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The Mail-
Vol. 13,-No 64
S2.50 Per Year-
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Crosse & Blackwell's Jellies
Jams and Condiments
All Fruits, Raspberry, Strawberry, Peach, Plum, Apricot, etc., Crosse A Blackwell's flnest-thc name is a guar
antee of quality.   Put up in 4 Hi. tins.
01 Cents
Made of Finest Seville Oranges, Crosse A Blackwell's
Roods. Purity is assured. These people turn out the
finest tn Iio had.   Put up in 7 lh. tins at On* Dollar
C. A I). Best Mult Vinegar. This in something you
should look for purity in. Put up In quart bottles tn sell
at 35 Cente
Or Olive Oil for Salad Dressings, etc. Perfectly pure
Italian Oil, put up by Crosse A Blackwell In 10 ounce
bottles. 50 Cents
English Sour Piekle. Put up by Crosse A Blackwell.
We have a fine assortment In Glass Bnti Ies m finest malt
vinegar, all sizes. Finest Italian Olives, Real olives, no
itnit.ition cheap goods, but the real thing put. up by
Closse A Blackwell in nil size bni.il. s.
We have any amount of sll kinds uf Gloss
Jars and other Preserve Jars.
Se.-i'iiig Glass Jars:
Pint Sizes at per dozen 	
Quart Sizes at per dozen	
Hulf Gallon Size at per dozen.
Crown  Self
SI. 15
C. B. Hume & Co.. Ltd
Sawmill Supplies, Belting, etc. Stanley's and Starrett's
Mechanics' Tools. Simonds' and Shurly and Dietrich High
Grade Suwb.   Garden Tools in great variely.
**        Paints and Oils, Kalsomine, etc.
T        Plumbing, Tinsmithing and Electrical Departments in
9 connection.
S        Estimates given.   Job Work Done.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
&        Convenient Offices for Rent Upstairs.
Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's
and Sawmill Supplies, etc., Plumbing and Tinsmithing.
■Jh|*M^M^*|#h^|hHi ji $ ifr ili ili fli ift $ ij»
Two-Storey Dwelling, Dots 311, x 100, on Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered-Cash $950, terms on haltince.     PRICE   $2,450
Two-Storey   Dwelling,  pliislete.l and stone basement, I a its
78 x 100 on Second Street.     Cash 1(050 and terms on balance.
One-Storey Dwelling, Lot 50x100, near Cowan Block
PRICE  $850
in the hot weather il you please, but don't overlook
the Snaps in well located LOTS, FURNISHED AND
gmmmmwmmmmm ■ mwmmmmm
At G. M. Sproat'i Farwell  Estate Olliee.
COWAN BLOCK.       -      -      -       THIRD STREET
Jap Run Over by Work Train at
Three Valley. — Verdict ol
Accidental Death.
A fatal accident occurred on Thursday mom ing two milea west ol
ThreeJ Valley, on the C. P. R. main
line, when a Jap laborer was run over
by a work train and killed. It appears
that the Japs were operating the
hand cna on the track when a work
train backing up, came round a curve
towards them. The Japs, thinking
that they would have no time to get
the cars clear before the train came
up, jumped clear. Ono man, however,
ran back to tbe hand car tu get a hag
of iie which he had lelt—tbe car
knocking him down. Unable tu regain hia feet quick enough, the legs
of the unfortunate man were both
severed under the wheels of the train.
The injured Jap was conveyed to
Revelstoke, but died belure the cily
was reached. Tlie coroner, Dr. Cross,
held an inquest the same night in the
City Hall un ibe deceased, the jury
bringing in a verdict of "accidental
death." The funeral arrangements
were in churge of the Canadian Nippon
Society and took place Irom Howson's
undertaking parlors.
Dominion   Government   Has
Taken Action.
Vancouver, Aug, 16.—Chiel ol
Policen.aniherl.iin received a telegram
last night Irom Lieutenant Colonel A.
P, Sherwoud ul Ottawa, Commissioner
of Police (ur the Dominion, tfferin-
a reward of 1(500 for the arrest and
detention of Bill Miner.
When it is onceded that the reward
ii insignificant and would not tempt
any one outside ol the regular officers
to take active measures to locate "Bill"
or even to give him up were he in seclusion among aome of his "friends,"
it ii recalled that Miner has already
cost the Dominion government $5,000
in rewards in addition to the expense
ol outfitting search partiei and track
ers while he was in hiding alter hia
robbery ol tbe C. P. R. train in 1904
No mention ia made in the telegram
of McCluakey or the other escaped
convicts, and it is evident that whatever strenuous efforts n.e directed
toward the capture of the outlaws
muat be concentrated up, n Miner.
What appears to have been a camp
ol the convicts has been discovered ou
Lulu Island. Prison clothing was caat
off there, and evidently two men
stayed there fur the night,
Mediowe Hat, Aug. 16.—Natural
gas i* now being bottled up in tanks
and will be exported to take the place
ol gasoline aa a commercial commodity. Some dilticulty is being experienced in obtaining a suitable material
lor these tanks which will be at once
sufficiently strong to withstand the
pressure, and at the same time light
enough to keep the freight rates within
bounds. Experiments are now being
carried on with considerable success
upou aluminum and it is expected
that this material will prove adequate
in every particular.
The gas ie taken directly from the
ground in its crude state and confined
It is estimated that whon once placed
upon the market it will take the place
ol gaioline in several ut the lines in
which that by-product is employed,
especially iu motor cars and engines,
Ior il the tanks now being experimented will piove satisfactory, the now
commodity can be placed upon the
market at a price less thau one-quarter that ol gasuline.
Consolidated Purchase Interest
of Phoenix Amalgamated.
Tokonto, Ont., Aug, 16.—An important deal haa just been closed by
which the Consolidated Mining and
Smelting Company ol Canada has purchased the properly, mining claims
and assets of tbe Phoenix Amalgamated Copper Mines, Limited, located
at Phoenix, B. C, which includes the
following claims: War Eagle, Hed
Rock, Dandy, Dandy Fraction, Pin
hook, Lulu, World's Fair, Misaing Link
and Bald Eagle. The company has
alio purchased the Keyitone. No
time hai been loat in commencing
operation! and a large force of men
li at work on tbe properties.
To Maintenance of British Navy
says Earl Grey-Other Directions more Important for
Canada's Surplus Energies.
St. John, N.B., Aug. 10.—Speaking
belore the St. John Canadian Club,
Earl Grey said:
"I have good reason for my view
that Canada should not make any immediate contribution to the ll.-et.
Thero are other directions in which it
is more important in Imperial interests that Canada should expend her
present energiei.
"Canada and (he Empire are necessary to each other. Without tlie support and strength which Canada enjoys as a portion of the British Empire, Canada might soon lore her
national existence. On the other
band the British Empire without Canada might soon cease to be an empire.
"So it is of tbe tirst importance to
the Empire that Canada should be
strung and that consequently all her
surplus energies should be concentrated on what will iucrease her strength.
Tlie fact that the Dominion Government is not prepaied to undertake
obligations which these steps will invoke until she is financially stronger
than she is today is conclusive reason
ag ....st tier undertaking an expenditure whicli shuuld follow and nut precede those steps to which I have
Earl Grey's remarks were heartily
Important Announcement of
Development of Iron Mines
Vancouver, Aug. 17.—Within two
years we shall be supplping steel rails
to all points on tbe continent west ol
the Rockies and the Orient. Ideal
conditions Ior the creation ol a great
iron industry exist in East Kootenay
owing to the proximity of iron and
coal, eaid Mr. C. P. Hill, general manager of the Hillcrest coal mines ol
Hillcreet, Aita, Mr. Hill is here on a
holiday trip.
Mr. Hill was the original locator of
the famous hematite iron deposits,
eighteen miles west of Kootenay
Landing, Several years ago he disposed of a controlling interest to
prominent eastern officials ol thc
Canadian Pacific Railway, including
Sir Thomas Shaughnessy and Mr.
Charles Hosmer.
On a recent trip east Mr. Hill wns
authorised by the members ..I tbe syndicate to lay out acomprenensiveplau
ol development involving an expenditure ul several million dollars. It is
understood that a large blast furnace
will be erected on Kootenay Lake next
year. The plans will be drawn by a
well known Pittsburg expert.
"The iron veins on our propeitiei
have been traced and prospected for a
distance of seven niilea," eaid Mr/Hill
to a Proviuce reporter today. They
are ten in number, the widest having
a thickness ol twenty-three feet. We
have all kinds ul fluxes in close proximity to tbe iron deposits.
In connection with thia industry we
purpose developing water power on
the Elk and Goat Rivers. Tbe deposit! are within three miles ol the
Canadian Pacific Railway line and wo
have a down grade. The ore will be
handled by retarded oonveyon with a
capacity oi three thousand tons every
twenty-tour hours. With coal in
close proximity there is no reason why
the steel and iron business ot the
west and tbe Orient should not bo
controlled by Ci.midi.iiii within the
next five years. Wo have tho advantage ol location as compared with our
eastern competitors."
Astoria, Ore, Aug, 16 —With the
gambling dens gone, tbo dance balls
closed and a Sunday elosing law, As
toria is enjoying for the first time this
moral distinction
Under instructions Irom tho prosecuting attorney to the county ollieials
all gambling ceased in Clatsop county
last night at midnight, To this order
there will be a tacit obedience and no
contest will arise over it. All the
gambling devices will be placed out ol
sight and dismantled io that there
can be no suspicion that they will be
operated and many ol them will be
shipped to other places,
Rhubarb, caulillower, cabbage, peai,
beets and all other green vegetables at
C. B. Hume A Oo'i.
No Strike - Fatal Collapse-
Sea Tragedy -White Canada
-$600,000 Robbery—Other
CincAiio, Aug. 17—At the con-
leienco held here last night between
Prcei.teut S. J. Small I the Commercial Telegraphers'Union of America,
Secretary Kussell, President Gompors
ol ti e Amerloan Federation of Labor,
and several other labor leaders, it was
decided definitely that there should
be no Btrike ol tbe lorty-seven thousand railroad telegraphers ol the Unitid
Chicago, Aug. 17.—Five perBonB
were killed aud eleven others were
in,ured, three seriously, early tod.y
in the collapse ol a two-storey frame
huildiug at 55 Fry street, occupied as
a boarding house Four of the victims were instantly killed aud the
filth died a few minutes alter being
taken to a hospital.
Vancouver, Aug. 17.—Four fishing
boats with uels, Bails, and gear al-
atlacbed, nut completely wrecked und
piled up on tlie beach at Puint Grey,
bear mute evidence that the last has
nut been heard of possible fatalities
irom the blow on the gulf on IVs-
day ..ight. Although no definite news
can be had from Steveston that fishermen are niiBeing, the finding of the
(uur boats at Puiut Grey would seem
to indicate that it is almost certain
that lives have been lost.
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 17.—Western Canada will pruduce this yeur
from uiuety tj ninety-five million
bu.-bels uf wheat.
WiNNlPKii, Aug. 17.—A " White
Canada " is to be the cry uf Winnipeg
trades unions on the question of
Asiatic labor for the Dominion. This
was demonstrated at a meeting of tbe
Trades and Labor Council at Winnipeg last night.
Halifax, Aug. 17.—Sir Charlee
Hibbert Tupper in addressing a
meeting here yesterday, announced
that when the election came and it
might comesoon, he would choose as
bit fighting ground the good old
Province of Nova Scotia,
St. Peter81iurg, Aug. 17—The
police ol Odessa are searching Ior the
aulhor ol a robbery of $600,000, whioh
has taken place ou the Kharkov-
Odessa line, near Lubolin.
Proclamation to Issue Shortly
Putting Act in Force-
Regina, Aug. Hi—It is understood
a proclamation will be iasued eh. r ly
to bring into Ior e certain acts passiU
at the last Be sion of tl.e legislature.
By the terms of the acts Iheir coming into force waa postponed, but
probably they will become operati
from September 16th next. The effect
of the principle of these assures a
model judicial system for Saskatchewan. They comprise acts respecting
Ihe establishment of district courts
and practice and procedure therein
respecting establishing of supreme
court for province; establishment ol
district courts and practice and procedure therein respecting surrogate
courie; jurors and juries, certain
officers of courts, legal profession aud
law society of Saskatchewan; liens of
mechanics, wage earners and others.
Tho sup.eme court act, otherwise
known bb Judiciary Act, provides Ior
a supreme court ol Saskatchewan aud
so far ae tbe province is concerned
abolishes tho supreme court ol Northwest territories. It provides lor judge!
ol whom lour no doubt will be judges
of the supreme court of the Northwest
territories who now reside in the pruv-
ince, namely Justices Wettmcre, l'ren-
dergait, Newlands and Johnstone. A
fifth judge has not yot boon appointed
and it remaiui, also to select a chiel
justice. Judges arc required to reside
at the capital ol the province and will
g > on oircuit. In all the jurisdiction
ol the court is transferred to the new
provineo with certain alteration! which
after ripe consideration have brcn
thought to be advantageous.. There
will be no break in the continuity of
tho legal system in tho province nor in
tl.e procedure of the courts ponding
the making of rules which judges of
the new court are given power to
make. Tbe district courts act provides for new departure in legal By
stem. District courts are given large
jurisdictions but celiacs which their
judges ean try have money limit ol
Headquarters for  Tetley's   Teas
And   you   will be perfectly
satisfied.     Your  neighbor
won't have better edibles
or get any lower prices
on the same quality
Come in   and   examine    our   stock
of Fine  Goods  such   as     Imported
Olives, Salads    Dressings,    Sauces  and
Extracts, They are as good as can be obtained
Headquarters for Tetley's Teas
$500 CASH
Buys New House finished with all modern
conveniences and ready for occupancy.
idi, Ll
Offices :—Molsons Bank Blilimng.      Telephone 31
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office  Toronto, Ontario.
Urnm-li-.:. iu llio i'r..,ince, uf Manitoba, Allwrla. Has1,.tcliflw.ii,
Hri.l.h Colambi., Oi.tioi... g.ioliw
Oapltal AuthOriied        •        .        ■       110,000,000.00
Oapltal Paid Up ....   m,8JS,ooo.oo
Reserve Fund ....        $4,826,000.00
D. H. Wilkik, President; Hun. It. Jafphay, Vice-President,
A General Banking Businesa Transacted.
Drafts auld available in all parts of Canada, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collection!,
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposit's from date of deposit and ciwlited
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.-A. E. Phipps, Manager.
Huntley A Palmer'a nureery biscuit! I Harness—heavy team and driving-
are the very best biscuit for your chil-1 riding and pack saddles, eto. Bourne
dreo.   For sale at 0. B, Hume A Co'i.' Brui. She flbaiMberalb.
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Chas. MuhpBT.       Harolo Fisher
Bur'.U.l' Bollcitora, Re.
K..,i.us. r.CK,.,.i<in.
In 'bkui,  Bask Hi-oca, Hsvkl-
'rroaa, H.C.
A. M. l'lSKHAS.
ReTelsWikt. B. (..
J. A. HlltVKV.
("raurooli II.
1. M. Scotl l.L.U
W. I. Brims.
Barristers. Solicitors, Etc.
MnNF.Y to Loan
uoucrror ■.[por^Molsonb Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
assayer a chemist
A »ay> ot .11 Ore. Sample, by nu.ll or express
receive prompt .(tendon.
Term. Moderate.
•    •     Box .32 K1U.L0, B. C.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 113, Revklbtokk.
Notary Ptjimc, Etc.
F.O Box 10
Phone 2    NEW DENVE1, B.C.
(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, Timher Limits, Mines,
Mills and Buildings prepared in shape
for submission to prospectiveinvestore
or porchasers.
Gbe flfoatWIbetalb
"l would . . . eaiuc-itly advise them Ior
tbeir food to order this paper to be punctually
eerved up, &nd to bt looked upon as a part ol
the tea - iiilpige."-AiiDi3os,
resources will bring to the surface the
real existing conditions as offered to
intending honieaei-ki-ra in Canada aud
the report brought back by some of
England'! reliable writers will bring
blessings lor this country and scarcely
less fur the thousands in the home
land who will be inlluenced hy such
■eportsas will undoubtedly be published in their respective journals,
cither to remain where they are or to
make a home out here. Tlie Winnipeg Free Press in dilating on tl.e
growing interest in Canada by tl.e
Imperial authorities says:
'Canadian!   never realized better
than they do now that it is very important tbat tbe people ol Great Britain should have correct information
concerning  the dominion,  and  the
motherland itself iB also taking steps
tu get more and fuller information regarding Canada.   Ol all the colonies
ol the empire perhaps Canada ha-,
during the last decade, been molt per
Bistent in her clforts to place correct
information  regarding ll.c advantage!
she offers lor hoiiiemaking befoie the
Britiah people.   There appears to be
no diminution ol her /.eal in this ie
spect.   The dominion government lias
done ita share; but private enterprise
has aleo been active, the moat noticeable inetance ol which has been the
present visit, upon the invitation ol
Sir  Thomas  Shaughiiessy,  of  some
eminent British journalists.   None ot
the gentlemen  who  form   the party
have previously visited Western Canada.  They are seeing (or themselves
what the country ii like and what it
is capable of producing. This ia much
more satisfactory than getting information second hand aud Irom "letters
to the editor" emanating Irom dissatisfied immigrants who lind that the
country will not adapt itself to them.
In bringing so intelligent a group of
newspaper men  holding responsible
positions upon some  of  the   leading
journals of Britain and   Ireland,  the
West ii especially  indebted  to  tl.e
Canadian Pacific Railway.
When matters affecting Canada
come up for publio discussion these
men will be in a position to deal with
them intelligently, or st anyjrate with
the great advantage ot having leen the
country. The influence of their penp,
ai a result of their visit, will have
great effect in bringing the English
people into a more intimate relationship with the Canadian people. Although the Canadian Pacilic Railway
acted upon business motives only,
nevertheless in doing so, it is doing an
important public service in taking
these gentlemen across the Dominion
Discuss Important Questions
Affecting the Civic Welfare
—Adoption ol By-laws-
Much Interest Manifested.
Tbe second meeting ol the Citizens'
League organisation has been held and
the same interest wai again evinced as
on the previous occasion,    That this
movement, although  indirectly  the
outcome of the events ol the pait lew
weeki, hai, neverthelen, been aloot lor
aome considerable  time, is generally
recognised, but there waa that unanimity of purpose and spirit ol initiative necessary  amongst the citizens
belore tbe scheme could be properly
eet in motion.    For a corporation of
this kind to bs ol any material uie, its
membera muat be always ready to meet
when called upon to do 10, linee matter! ol public interest crop up at all
times, and in many cases undue deity
may mean the deatroying ol the good
lor which tbe League is arriving.    On
the other hand the League would be
unwise  in milling into every matter
which  may  be considered ol public
moment, without  taking  all   things
into  consideration   and   thoroughly
studying every phase ol tbe situation
For the beat results to bc obtained and
result! which will have moat weight,
tbe public ibould respond to any call
that may be made lor tbeir presence
snd not leave decisions too much in
the bands of a few. whu may perhapa
do whit was  in  accordance with the
general   leeling  and   perhaps    not,
While the interest in lhe work ii there
tbe League will have mure weight in
carrying out what they have proved
to be lor public benelit ind 10 long ••
the idea aimed at by the lormation ol
this League, it, carried oot tl.e popularity  in   the  movement will never
diminiah.   There ehould be no hint at
party  (action,   but  the citizens as a
body ihoold conduct  all   proccedingB
for mutual interest.
The provincial exhibition which is
held in Victoria on September 24th to
28th promisee to be the biggeit and
best ever undertaken in British Culumbia and every effort is being mnde
to make it a grand success.   Tbe committee is now completing an extensive
improvement to the grounds, whicli
cover an expenditure of $50,000.   On
the race track over $3,000 was expended and it has been  kept in such condition until now it is recognized aa the
best half-mile track in this part ol the
country.    The prize litit has been in-
creased  nearly   fifty per cent, iu the
stuck divisions, while the uther departments have  also  been added to
until  the  amount  of   cash    prizes
total!  nearly  $10,000.     In the commercial (ruit exhibit two prize! ol $lli
each  aro  given   while other smaller
awards will also be competed for.    In
addition to  this  several cups are in
competition in this class     A drcided
jtep lorward haa been  made by the
committee  when  arrangements were
concluded with the Canadian Pacilic
Railway (or hall rates (rum all points
on their lit es west of Calgary.    This
includes   freight   as well as passenger
traffic.    Four day! of  the exhibition
will   be devoted   to horse racing (or
which prize! amounting ko $5,1X10 will
be given.     Among  lhe other attractions will I-e a b.oncho uniting contest lor the championship  ul   British
Columbia.    The   feature  this   year
however will  be a blo.al hound chase
in thil event, a stage  will he held up
in lull view of the apectatora and alter
tho bandit ii given an opportunity to
escape the bloodhounda will be brought
in and sent in pursuit.     Any luitl.er
11.fnr...alio.1   required will lie given on
application t'i Secretary Smart.     En-
trie! close Sept, 16th.
Many and conflicting are the report! being circulated in England and,
indeed, in all Europe regarding Canada
as a field tor proaperoua immigration.
It seems hardly creditable thit Borne
of these reports circulated in England
can be vouched lor ai the truth, and
such being the case, it 11 scarcely to be
wondered at thit thole intending to
settle in Canada are doubtful and
•keptioal ol what Canada can do (or
them. Until Canada ia represented
in the true light there will be diantii
(action, and the presence ol Britiih
newipaper men inthecountry making
a personal inspection and study of its I
Ottawa, Aug. 13— Although apreas
despatch am.....ores that tbe royal
assent has been given to the British
North America Amendment Act, thu
finance department baa nut received
any word 11 that client from   la.ndon.
It is officially announced that no
stcpa will Ik. taken to send out cheque!
lor increased subsidies to tho varioui
provinces until tho texl ol the bill hia
been received, in order that the Do-
minion may bc Hire that its interests
have been duly safeguarded, sn the
provincial treasurer! will hare lo pirn-
seal their souls in patience for some
necks—Daily Province.
A meeting of the Citizens League
was held on Thursday night in the
Oity Hall when a large number of
citizens attended. This was the second meeting since the organization ol
the league and the chief business on
Ihis occasion waa to receive the report
ot the bylaw committee.
C. B. Humo, as president, took the
cl.air. The minutes uf the previous
meeting wero read and adopted, Tl.e
report ul tbe by-law committee wai
then received and the dralt of the bylaw! read, Each article wus read and
discuBscd separately, the whole being
linally passed after tlie necessary alterations had been made, as billows:
1. The Citizens League ol Revelstoke.
2. Tu conserve and promote the
beat interest! ul the city aud adjacent
country. To unite and educate public
opinion on all question!, including the
commercial, industrial and moral interests of the community, and acting
ai an advisory board to aid and support the civic authorities in requiring
a faithful observance and enforcement
ol the laws enacted by the civic and
provincial authorities.
3. All persons resident in the city
who eubscribc to Article 2 will be
entitled to full membership.
4. Nine members, including officers,
shall conetitute a quorum for the
transaction of business.
5. The ollicen of the League shall
be lour iu number, and shall constitute the executive, viz, president,
vice-president, lecretary and treaiurer,
(1. PreBideut, C. B. Hume; Vice-
President, J. M. Kellie; Secretary, W.
Bews; Treasurer, R. Howson.
7. The election rl officers shall
take place on the first Thursday ol
each December.
Order ol business.—Opeuing hy
r mt and roll call of officers.
Reading minutei of previoui eeenon,
correction and approval of same. Reports of officers and committees. Unfinished business. New business.
Notices of motion.   Adjournment.
9. Regulation and management of
the League. The presence ol at least
nine registered members shall be
neceisary for the discussion of business. The president shall act as chairman at all meetings. In the ab-ence
of the president, the vice-president
shall take the chair, and in the absence
uf both said officers the members may
appoint a chairman to act by an expression of the vi lea present.
10. That no motion dealing with a
matter ul public interest be passed at
any meeting unless previuu! nolice ol
intention to introduce such motion
shall have been given at a previous
meeting or unless with the unaniuioui
approval of the members present at
such first mentioned meeting, and not
in tbe event ol any n.eniLcr present
objecting tu such motion passing at
such tirst mentioned meeting. Tlie
said motion shall be dealt with at a
subsequent special or general meeting
ol which dtle notice shall be given
according to tbe by-laws, and such
notice -hall specify the special business to be transacted.
11. Every member desiring tol
speak to the meeting shall rise in tbeir I
place and address lhe chairman.
12. When two or more members!
rise to apeak at the same time, the j
chairman ihall decide which one is'
entitled to tbe door, Bui t motion
may be made thai any oik- membei
who has risen, he now heard,
13. All motions must, I* seconded,
otherwise tl.e chairman shall not put
the motion to tb» meeting,
14. a  membei called to order by
the chairman shall subside but .ill la.
allowed (o speak before the close ol
15. Tl.e League if appealed to shall
decide on the case without debate. II
there ia no ippeal the decision ol tl.e
cl.air shall la. linal.
18, Thai general meetings shall la-
held ,n lirst Thursday ol each month
at 8 pm. and that special meetings
may lm called at three days' notice by
the executive by their ow.. motion, or
on a requisition signed by at least five
members, and that notice ol special
meetings aball lie given liy advertisement in liaial press or by using
17. That, bylawa may be altered or
amended at any general or special
meeting on nne month's notice.
E. A. Haggen iai.1 that the police
magistrate should be put on a regular
salary and would make a motion to
that, affect, hnl aince he would not he
preient at the next meeting the mo.
tion wai dropped.
The question ... to how m.itten
regarding the Improving of the cily
moral itanding w..s discuiied and (I.
8. McCarter aaid that il the police
wore lelt  alone  tbo  remits attaiued
would bo more satisfactory and that'
the police commissioners should let
then, alone. He sai.l that several nt
tlie tinhorn element had taken tickets
for out ol town and lhat things were
going along very w-11.
At this j.lifeline a collection was
taken lo deliiiy all incidental expense-,
Moved Rev. ,1. It, Robertson and
Second-d F. B. Lewis, that the question ul Sunday closing be taken up at
the next meeting.   Carried.
H. N, Coursier said that, there wai a
metier ol much importance (or the
League to take up, although it wai a
delicate one. He said lhat the children going lo and Irom the school bad
to pasi through a very bad element
which wai a coarse and detrimental
example to the young.
J. M. Kellie said thnt this was a
very important subject and une which
the League should carefully consider,
He said that there was too much freedom of certain classes in the city and
that a strict limit ot where tbey should
be allow. .1 to go put on them. If thii
cla.s had to cnine up to town Ihey
ihould be made tu come up in closed
II. N. Coursier mnde notice ol motion that this subject be taken up
at tl.e next meeting, and the question
ol undesirable residents and their
effect on the school children passing
through that locality to and Irom
school, deult with.
E. A. Haggen introduced the subject
ol licencing ot hack drivers.
R. Howsou laid that thu eity council had obtained copies ot the Van
cuuver by-laws on this subject, and
that they would be discussed at tl.e
next meeting. Ue added that the
drivers of hicks should be made to pay
the licence thi.mselv.js und lhat a
price schedule wsb necessary.
G. S. McCarter poin'ed out that it
was not a question ul money but ol the
H. N. Coursier laid that belore
granting a licence to a hack driver
tl.e man's character should be looked
into and that tho driver should be
made to pay for the licence himself.
The meeting unanimously agreed
thut licences should be personal to the
driven and he only granted wilh lull
approval ot the chairman and com
mitlee ol licenco and by-laws. The
meeting then adjourned.
lncoriKirated by Act tf 1'tirlinnent, 18W.
Wm. MiiuiiN Macpueiison, Pies. H. H. Ewino, Vice-Pres.
James Elliot, Gk.i.'I'iiI Manager.
Capiat paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two brunches in Canada and Agencies in all parte of the
Interest credited foul' times-i year at current rates on Savings
Buik deposits, until further notice,	
Ri.VEi.aTOi.-B, B. C,
H. W. tUW/uuio
neer lli-iuk AuIim I. Pint., Fi.il, Ktc,
ill I KT I li
Animal  if.mm Vl.-nnleil,
I' O. llnxSl.
Rtntlln:  Onni.-r.-l fii-.st. nnil Movie A-..
J. H/cir TSFE &SCN
Full line ol Groceries nnd Dairy
Produce, Men's Supplies. Elc.
Fresh slock always arriving at
lowest prices,
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
to oui-jSloi-e if you want, tu purchase
a New Carpet, Pine Oriental or Wilton rug, matt ing or linoleum and see
how much further its contents will
take ynu iu purchasing thun it will at
any othei store in the cily, Our
Hpriitg styles arc ready for youi-
Place your orders for your
Harness..—Man. 1 make Hoots
and I'ii .ey Leather Goods. . .
Mmmfncliiwl for nil clnsmsslof btiUdintf-
All I*.iml*,of liiiilrilujr and iil-mtorin-i
Import direct from Country ot origin.
HEAD OFFICII!: Cauiahy, Ai.iikrta. #
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchant* J
Furk Puckers anil Duitler   In Live Stock.   Markets in nil tl.o principal  (ilttcs an.l m
Toii'ns nf Alberta. British „...iiml.i;i an.l the Vuk.ui.   Packers of the Celebrated Hrniul f
Mm ur  or" llama mi-l Bacon, anil Shamrock llr.oifl. .,..;i(. nr... a*.
Revelitoke Cigars-Union Made- Our
Speoial, The Union, and Maroa Vuelta
art ahead of all others.
fv» VVV^*^"* vvvvvtvvvvvv wwv% **%-*/%/•*%
For Agricultural Implements, ferriages, WhrouVi Btc.JJJohn
Deere Ploughs, Mollue Wagons, Canada Carriage Company1-
Buggien, Plaoet jr., Garden Soedera and Cultivators, Wlieel-
» wright and Blacksmith Work attended to.   Horse Shoeing &
V HliHcinliy
Local Revelitoke
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets Pint and Third Wednesday In the month
in -Selkirk Hull, upstairs, at 8 p.m.    Subject (or
illicuivi<>n-"Arraini,fraent of CapitalismT'
interested are welcome
^^^      C. W. 0. w.      	
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
MceU Second and Fourth Wednesdays In
oach month, in Selkirk Hall. VlBlttng Woodmen cordialljr Invited to attend.
W, p. AltMSTUONQ, Con. Com.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
To Buy Property In and Around
Never Again will lt be $o Low
1 have lor sale Ihe following.—
One Collage, corner Charles ami
Douglas St.—$Soo, easy terms.
Two Houses,  Third St.—$1,500
One House, eorner King anil
Front Sis.—$1,700.
One House on Douglas Sl— $800.
Eight Aeres just outside the City
Limits, suitable for fruit—$100 per
acre. Together with larger lots
of Fruit Lands near the City.
Also one 25 foot lot suitable for
business sile on First Street, close
to McKenzie Ave.
For full particulars apply to;—
Revelstoke, B. 0.
All Kinds ol Light and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
F. 0. E.
The regular meeting., are held in the Selkirk
Hall  every Hnd aud lib Tuesday evening At 8
o'cloc.. Visiting brethren are cordially invited.
H. A. BROWN. President.
Koot, nnv LoC-ra No. IB A.F,**A.M,
Specialty. »
Improperly filled glasses are worse than
no glasses and neglected eves often means
Our Optical Department is in charge o
Mr. M. S. Hastings, Ref. D., and positively guarantee satisfaction.
I. has been proven lhat oo per cenl. of
headaches are caused by defective eyes
and il does nol follow that because you
have good eyesight thai your eyes are not
Have your eyes attended to now and
save trouble and expense.
Dealer in Wood, Coal and Fred.
Phone 71. Houae Phone
The regular meeting., are held In the
Masonic Toniple,
jdd Fellows Hall.on
the third Monday In
•jacli month   at
p.m. ViHll.inpbreth
ren cordially "
.-. ... frt.a'UNIEH. Sbchetarv.
SELKIRK LODGC NO  12. I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Thursday
evening ln Selkirk
.Hall at 8 o'clock
(Visiting brethren cor-
^^^^^^^^ dially Invited to a'-
V.. TI'.IMill.K. S*.U. .1. MAIHtlC, Bap
Central Hotel
a—,     RFVrl RTflkF  b. C.
Newly built.     First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day, Speci I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
Mo. 28, Revelitoke, S. C.
er-ei'l Third WedMldlJ "I
,.»,n r..f.iit.i ... 'If." .id.lli.ll.iiv,"
Hail «. a n-.-l.K-k. Vl.lilni
KnlihU. we cordimiy invited.
Court of Revision.
Notice ia heraby given that the hnt
sitting of the Court of Revision to revise and correct the Assessment Roll
as prepared liy the Assessor tor the
City of Kevelstoke for the year 1(107,
will he held at the Council Chamber,
Oity Hall, Revelitoke, B.C., on Wednesday, Septemlier 4th, 1907, at. 7:110
t d H. FLOYD,
Cily Clerk.
iuuushjw, .:.'*
i.   II   IIKC K. K
H. A.
,f 11   AS.
The beet Mri.-k in tin" Province,
Well i.fiin! Brick In large nr
■mall .|u.iiitities ,n Reasonable
suitably  furnished with the choicest the
market affords.    Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
.   ALBEET    ST03STB    PROP.
Mimnfll ol holh kj" »l''; ,"> «;
, 'met. t..ii.l-...ne.  in.|«.r.ed
1-o.t lard, «nd jour tun... «'|"'|r4']'1|r|"1
H addon   Bldg.
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver— UfgMt
Soap Factory weal.nl Winni-
|K.|<. Houae cleaning nnd
waai.ingareeasy with itsliclp
And the money Having is lhe
Premium System
Booklet tell" what we give for
lloval Crown Wrapper!. Hend
(nr it—Froo—Alnn try the
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C
Queens ftotel
Best brands oi Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Fish CrceK wiil find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel. |L
CHIEF  YOUNG,        -        -       Proprietor
'Under  New   Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C.
First-clan accommodation lor travellers.
Beet brands of Wines, Spirits, and
RATE8   $1   AND   $1.50   PER   DAY
From France, Holland and
reliable varietica at re.iaonnt.le prices.
Fertilizer!, Bee. Supplies, Spray Pumpi
Spraying Material, Cut Flmven, etc.
OldeBt citablishi'd nui'tery on tl.e
mainland ol 11.0.   Catalogue tree.
James Evans
Dealen In Heel, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fiah anil (lime in
Heainn. (Irderi promptly attended to.
First St. Revelstoke
All kinds of Green Vegetables ready lor the Market,
Fresh local grown Strawberries $3.25 and $3.50 Per
Ripe Gooseberries 10c.
Per Lb.	
Front Street, Revelstoke
Halcyon Hot Springs
Under tbe new management of
Harry McIntosb,    oilman  Houae
TRE MEDICAL WATERS of Halcyon are the moat curative In the
world. A perfect, natuial remedy for
nli Neivous and Muscular dlnasea,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning, A sura cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
i-utee on all boat* and trains, Two
mails airlve and d. a.t. every day,
Telegra h commun atinn with all
marte of the world.
Terms- 812 to $18 per week,  For
further particulars apply to
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow Lake. 8, C
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prioes Paid
p.  B.  WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
. 1
Ollicial Announcement Expected in Winnipeg Shortly—
Construction to be Soon
Winnipeg, Aug. 16,—Official announcement of tho intention ol the C
P. R, to undertake tl.e comtruction ol
lhe Kootenay Central Railway thia
year ii expected in tho course ol a lew
dayi. A decision to build the line hns
been reached aa a consequence of a
tripmidc recontly over the projected
route by Mr. William Whyte, second
vice-president- ol the C.P.R. He covered the around in nn automobile, and
una so favorably impressed that immediately upon hia return tu Winnipeg he took up the question ol construction willi Sir Tlmi, ShaughneaRy.
Airangenietila preliminary to the letting ol contracts lor coiietrticlion are
now proceeding.
The line will conned Golden, on
the main transcontinental line, with
Fort Steele, on the northern bank ol
the Kootenay River, and thence to
Fort Steele Junction, on thc Crow's
Nest Paas line. Tl.e road will follow
the north eastern hank of the Kuotenay rive; trom Fort Steele to Canal
Flat, where il will cross the river and
run along the wist shire of Upper Col
umbia Like, crossing again at the
lint of the lake and lollowing the
eastern bank of the Columbia River to
Uolden. About len miles ol the road
waa built last year out Irom Golden.
Kill than. all.
Irlng akaui
whan imm aa
mdcoiiti, mem mi ennui mm
to* par padwi, ar t aaakata far f la.
will MM a
Two Hundred Engines a Year
Being Added.
Mr. D. McNicholl, vice-president
■nd general manager of the C. P. R.,
returning to Montreal alter hii viait
to thc weit, eaid: "The wheat crop
promisee well," he aaid. It may be a
little later than usual on account ol
'he unusually late lummer, but !r.-tn
what I have seen there is no reaion
fur alarm." £*,
" How about the supply ol can to
handle it ?" wai asked.
"With busineBa growing «i it is in
this country," aaid Mr. McNicholl,
"can are always ihort, but I do not
think Ihere ■ ill be any particular
difficulty in handling the Western
harveit, ai we have greatly increaitd
our rolling slock lince lnt year. At
the A iirus shops we are turning out
twenty-eight freight cars a diy. This
year'thero will be 6,000 new cars
available for use when the aeaion lor
movement ol crops arrives. The compsny has spent something like $10,-
000,000, in rolling stock for the movement ot passengers and Ireight. By
the lall we ihould have 200 new locomotives in use. That includes seventy
which will have been built at our own
shops, where we are building a new
locomotive every five days, in addition
to repairs that are always in progress.
"Two hundred locomotives per year
we are now adding to the system,
do not think the record ia had."
NELSON, b c.
18, 19, 20, 1907
Larger and Better
Than Ever
Something Doing
Every Minute
Cheap Excursion Rates
On All Transportation
For   I nformation   or
Prize List, Write
P. 0. Box 95,
Ng Niuuupi w
Rill..■-, Shotguns, Revolvers,
Fishing Tackle, Tents, Hunt-
i..g .mil U.ili.i|{ Hull", Camu-H,
FI...U-, Tvpeivrileis nuri Otfl.-e
D'sk, Field uud Opei ii Glasses,
All nt less lhan half price.
Write ut once for hig list,
Nauwlgewauk, N. R., Canada.
25c. to 50c. on the $
Your Grocery, Clothing
Drygoods and Shoe Bills
Persona having timber for
sale kindly write, slat inj,- full
particulars, tn
W. J. Robido. 601 Elmwood Ave.
Buffalo. N. Y.
RcvcMnke Land District.
Dlstrictof West Knot nay,
Take notice thai Warren Andrews of Revel.
sink.', H (- .occupation I'niKpeclor, Inteiuin to
apply fur special limber license* ovor the following described lands;
1. Commencing al, a post planted at the
north-OHst coruer nf T L Will), marked "Warreu
Andrews1 N. W. conior." thenceeast WQchuins,
thenee south -10 chains thonco west lfiU chains,
thence north 40 chains to t* int ot commencement containing 040 acres more or less.
2. Commencing at a post plunled atthe
north-ii list corner of T, L. 9t?57, marked "Wur*
ren Andrews' N.W. corner." thence east 80
chains, thetice south SO chains, theuce west 80
chnius, theuce north 80 chains to point of commencement, coutaiuiug 640 acres more or less.
3. Commencing ata post plnnted one mile
east of the south-east corner of T. L. 9o7>7,
marked "Warreu Andrews' 8. W corner,
theuce oust M) chains.thence north 80 i'liains,
theui'e west 80 chains, theuce south mi chains to
point of commencement, coutaiuiug tilu acrus
more or less.
4. Commeueiug at a post, planted at the
south-east cornerof T. L. 101(19, marked "Warreu Andrew;' S, W, coruer," theuce eust80
chaius, thence uorth 80 chaius, thence wost 80
chains, thenco south 80chaius to point of commencement, contaiuiug t>40 acres more or less.
ii. Commencing at a post planted one mile
east of the south-east coruer of T. L 104V.>,
thenc? eaS^'di-ti'i^theuce^uoJlh Sins' I int*n'1 * ** **'" Honorable, tlio Chief fiti*
point of commeucemeut, coutainiug640 acres
Revelitoke Land Imtriet.
DUtrii'tof Went Kootenay.
'lake notice that Chimes K. lield, n( Crnn-
limuk, ll ('., occupation Druggist, intends tn npply
fur special licenses over llie following described
l. Commencing at n pint planted about ion
clmins nnrlh from the mouth "f Big i'r.*,*. un.l
almut 80 ehaiiis westof Comaplix an.l markod
"Charles K. Rotd's s.K, corner poat," thouoe 80
chnius Hi'st, Ibeuiw 80 chains north, tlieureeO
chains cu*.!, ihi-iice 80 clmins souih tn point of
commencement, and containing 6w ucrus more or
t Commencing at a post marked 'Charles B
lleld'i N. K. corner poit," plauted ulmut 100
liains north from the umuthof Big creek and
ilmni 80 rlinins weHt of Coinaplix, thenee 80
-liains west, thence 80 chains soutli, thenco mi
liains east, tlieiue 80 clmins north to point of
oommencementi and containing (Mu acres more or
3, Commencing at a pout marked "Charles K
Keid's S.W. corner post," planted almut 100 chains
north from the moutli of Big Creek and almut 80
chains wes. of Comaplix, thence wi chains north,
iheuce 80 chains east, tlienee 8u chains auuth,
I hence 80 chains weat to point of commencement
and coulaiuing 040 acres more or less.
4. Commencing at a post marked "Charles B,
Kefd'a N. W. corner pest,'' plauted shout 100
chains north from the mouth of Itjg Ooek ami
about 80 chains west ol Comaplix, thencu south 80
chains, thence eaat 80 ohains, thence north 80
cliains. thenre west 80 chaius tu poinl of com-
uitmeeroenl, and coninining 840 acres more or less.
Dated-July 18th, 10117.
CH..HLK8 K. HK1I),
sat jly 20 Nicholas Powers, Agent,
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take nm i-i- that Charles ti. Reid of Cranhrnuk,
B.C«t occupation Druggist, Intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following descrilied
Commencing at a post marked "Charles K.
Ifi-iil'.* S.W. corner post," plauted about .10 ehains
imrih of a poit inarked "W.P. 13d7, U- Orr preemption," and ahmil 1) miles north of Camhomu,
U. C, thence north 80 chains, theuce east bii
chains, theuce soutli SO chains, thonce west 80
chaina to point of commencement, and containing
040 acres mo e or less.
Dated July lSltl, 1907.
sat jly SO Nicholas Powera, Agent.
Notice Is hereby glvon that 30 days aftor
date we inlend to apply to the Han lho Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, for special
licence to cut and carry away tiinbei from the
following described lauds:
Commencing nt a post planted at the northeast, corner of Robert Glcndiiming's pre-emption No, 611, West Kootenny District, and
marked "Big Bund Lumber Company's southeast corner post," tlienco uorlh 40 ohuins.thence
west. 100chuius, thence souih-lochains,tbence
east 100 chains lo point of commencement.
Arrowhead, B.C., July bth, lftff.
aat jly 20        Bm Hbnd Lumukk Co., Ltd.
Notice la hereby given ibat 00 daya afterdate I
Railway   Company   Donates
$30,000 to Organization.
Kekora, Man., August 16—An
nouncen.ent wai made here today ol
the first gilt made by tbe Canadian
Pacific Railway to the Young Men'a
Christian Auociation ol $30,000, with
which tun. an excellent structure will
be put up here. The building will
have a large number ol dormitory
rooini, a reitaurant, bath rooms, and
possibly a gymnasium. It will be (our
stjr.es in height and will embody all
leaturei considered valuab'e in work
among railway men. The preient
grant of $30,000 is the Hnt to be
made to the Auociation by the Canadian Pacific, with the exception of a
grant ol $100 per month for current
expenaei to Revelstoke. It is anticipated that other large gilti may follow, and that tbe Company may aid
in erecting buildings at other points
where large numbers ol their men are
Federal   Business   Exceeds
Ottawa, Aug. 13.—The financial
statement ol the Dominion for the
■ first quarter ol the present fiscal year
allows a total revenue ol $32,21)1,888,
with a total expenditure of $17,191,683
on conaolidated fund account, and
$1,511,641 on capital account.
Fur the lour monthi ending July 30
the surplus ol ordinary revenue over
ordinary expenditure is $10,100,223,
and the surplus over the total expenditure both on consolidated and capital
accounti iB $14,638,582.
The Ouitomi revenue lor (our
monthi totali ths record amount ol
Wi PAY FMEICHT to any railway station
in Western Ontario, Maniioba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia,
Writ! for our Latest Prlos List, it is
mailed Iree on request.
We only handle the "best goods money
can buy, only goods of best mills, manufacturers and packers shipped.'
Ws mak* Prompt Shipments.
Wl absolutely guarantee satisfaction
and DellM./.
All Coodi Guarantied or Money Refunded.
It is a duly to You, to Your Family and
to your Pocket Book to investigate our
We do nol belong lo Ihe Jobbers' or
Retailers' Guild or Association or any
References: Any Rank, Railway or
Express Company in lhe City, or the
names of twenty thousand satisfied customers in the lour provinces.
Writ! for Our Prioe list To-day.
Northwestern  Supply   House
239 and 261 Stanley Street
I have many enquiries for
Fruit Lands (rom Winnipeg,
Toronto, and Vancouver. Per-
loni desiring to dispose ol
their holdings, large or small,
will do well to lilt them with
me. Correspondence solicited.
Jas. I. Woodrow.
Notice Is hereby given tbat thirty days after
date I Intend to apply to the Honorable Chlel
Commissionerof Lands and Works for special
license to cut and carry away limber from the
following described lauds situated lu West
Kootenay, Upper Arrow Lake District:
1. Commenolng at a post planted on the
•outh side of Leon Creek, aud about twenty
chains Irom thc Creek, and about four miles
from the mouth of said, marked "E. N. Hillock's south-west eurner post," theuce east 80
cbaius, thence north 80 obaina, thence west 80
chains thence south 80 chains, to place of
2. Commencing at • poet planted on the
north side of Leon Creek, and about 50 feet
from thc soulh-east corner post of of Timucr
Limit No, 7488, and about 50 feet (rom ue
south-west corner post of Timber Limit 7842.
marked "E. N. Hallock's initial post," tbence
west 80 chains, tbence south 40 cbaius, theuce
east Uio chains, thence north 40 chains, tbence
west 80 chains to place of commencement.
8, Commencingat a post planted on the
south side ot Leon Creek, about ulne iniles
from tbe mouth, near the south-west coruer of
T. L. No. 7490, marked "K.h. Hallock's northwest corner post," tbence s-nith 40 chalna,
theuce east loo chains, tbence north 40 chains,
thence west 160 chalas to place of beginning.
4. Commencing at a post plauted on the
oust side of Uie south fork of Leon Creek, and
about two miles from the forks, marked "E. N,
Hallock's north-west comer post," thence
south B0 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
uorth 80 chains, (hence weat 80 chains lo place
ol beginning,
5 Commeueiug at a post planted on the
west tide of the soutb forkof Lcou Creek, aud
about three and oue half miles from the moutb
oi said fork, marked "E. N. Hallock's northwest corner post," theoce soutli so chains,
thenoe cast 80 chains, theuoe north mi chains,
theueo west a chalna lo place of begtuniug.
Commencing at a ihsI planted on the
wesl aide of the south tors ol Uuu creek, and
abont four and one-half miles doin tbe mouth
ul said fork, marked **K. N. Hallock's north-
wtst coruer post," thencu south Sochains.
IhtncacutSOchalus tbence north 80 chaius,
thenoe west do chains to place of beginning.
Dated July Jlil, 1907, Kevelstoke, B. C,
re or less.
Commencing at a post planted at the
north-east corner of T. L. 10409, marked "War
reu Andrews' S. W. coruer." thence uorth 80
chnius. thence east, So chains, tliouce south 80
chains, thunce west to chains to point of commencement, coutnining 640 acres more or less,
7. Commencing at a post planted one mile
east of the north-east corner of T.L.KM-, marked "Warreu Andrews' S.W.corner," thence
east 80 chuius, theuce uorth 80 chains, theuoe
west 80chains, theuce south 80 chains to poim
of commeucemeut, coutaiuiug 840 acres more or
8. Commencing at a post planted at the
south-east corner of T. L. 9817, marked "Warreu Andrews' N.E. oorner," theuce south20
chains, theuce east 20 chains, theuce south 140
chaius, theuce west 20 chains, thenoo nnrth 20
chains, thenco west 20 chaius, theuce north 140
chains, thouce east 20 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 ncros more or loss.
Dated July 3rd. 1907.
9. Commoncing at a post planted at the
south-west corner of T. L. 9785, marked "Warren Andrews' N.E, corner," thence south 80
chains, thenes wost, go chains, theuce north 80
chaius, theuce east 80 chaius to poiut of commencement, containing 640 acres mora or less.
10. Commencing at a post planted at the
soutb-west coruer of T. L. 9785, marked "Warren Andrews' 8. E. coruer," tbence west 10
chnius, theuce uorth 80 chains, tbence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
11. Commencing at a post planted at tbe
north-west corner of T. L, 9782, marked "Warreu Andrews' uorth-oast corner," thencesouth
80 chaius, theuce west 80 chaius, theuce north 80
chaius, theuce east 80 cbaius to pointof commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
12. Commencing at a post planted at tbe
north-west coruer of T. L. 9785. marked "Warren Andrews' south-east eoruer, thence west 80
chains, tbeuce north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, tbonco south 80 chains to point of com*
meucemeut containing 610 acres more or less.
13. Commencing at a post planted at tbe
soutb-west coruer of T.L. 8823, marked "War
run Andrews' south-east corner," theuce west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thouce east 80
hains, thence south 80 chains to [joint of commeucemeut, coutaiuiug 640 acres more or less,
14. Commeueiug at a post plautod at the
north-west coruer of T- L. 8873, marked "Warreu Andrews' south-east coruer, theuce west 80
i'linins, thence north 80 chaius, thence oust 80
chaius, theuce south 80 chaius to po.ut of commencement, contaiuiug 64o acres more or loss-
15. Commeueiug at a post planted at tbe
nortb-eust coruer of T.L. 9182, marked "Warren
Andrews' south-east coruer," theuce norib 80
chains, thence west 80 chains.thence south 80
chains, theuce east 80 chains to point of commencement, coutaiuiug 610 acres more or less.
... Commencing at a post plauted at a puint
So ehains north of the north-west corner of T.L.
9192, marked 'Warren Andrews' south-east
coruer," theuce west t>0 chaius, thence nortb 80
chains, thenceeast 80 chains, thence south 80
chaius to point of commeucemeut, containing
tilu acres more or less.
17, Commencing at a post planted 80 chains
norlh of the north-west corner of Timber
Limit (.S23, and marked "Warreu Andrews'
smith-cast corner," thunce west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thenco ease 80 ehains,
thenco south 80 chains le point of commence*
ment, containing 610 acres more or lens,
18, Commencing at apost plantod about 20
chains nortb of the souih weat corner of T. L.
TMj, marked * Warren Andrews' south-east corner," tbenco norlh 160 chains, thence wast 40
ohains, theuce south 160 chains, thence east 40
chains to pointof commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
19, Commencing at a post planted at. the
south-west oorner of T. L. 7856, marked "Warren Andrews' south-east corner," theuce wost
80 chains, thenoe north 80 chains, thence east,
80chains, tbence south ll chaius to pointof
commencement, containing 640 acres more or
ai. Commencing at a poet planted at the
south-went cornerof T. L. 7850, marked "War-
run Andrews' south-east corner," thence west
SOohains, thence uorlh 80 chains, ihenco oast
80chalas, thence south 80 ohains to pointof
commencement, containing 04') acres more or
Daled July lth, 1907.
purchase the following described lands, situated
on Upper Arrow Lake, District of West Kooleuay:
Commencing at a post planted at tho S. K.
cornerof ltalph Simpson's application, tlience
loii <..i.uus northeasterly following the Like
shore In Galena Hay; thence north 20 chain*-;
Ihencu -nuiiiwesterly 105 chains paralleling
Lake shore; Ihence south 2D chaius tu point of
commencement, and conlaining 117 acres, more
or less.
Dated Arrowhead, H. C„ Juno 1. 1907.
jun 22 sal A, W. DICKINSON,
Agent for Lamb-Watson Lumber Co, Ltd,
Diatrict uf West Kooteuay.
Take uot.RD that Henry Ambrose
Morris of Reveteloke, occupation Free
Minei*, intends to npply for Bpeclal
timber licenced over the following
descrllieil lanuBi
1. Oi.mijmncinp; itt a post planted 2
miles up the north-east fork of Five
Mile Oreek, Hig Hend, and inarked
"Henry Amloose Morris18.B. corner,"
theuce north 80 chains, thence west 80
cliiiins, Iheuce soulh 80 cliiiins, lhcuce
east 80 chains l.of point of commence*
ment and contaiuiiiK (140 acres mote
or less.
2. Commencing at a post planled 2
miles up the north-east forkof Five
Mile Creek, Hig Hend, and murked
"Henry Ambrose Morris' S.W.corner,"
thence nnrth 80 chains, thence enst 80
ebains, thencesouth 80chains, tbence
west 80 chains to point of commence'
ment and containing (140 acres more
Daled July 8th, 1007,
3. Commencing nt a post planted
about one-half mile smith of the southwest corner of No. 1 on the north-west
forkof Five Mile Creek, and marked
"Henry Ambrose Morris' N.K.corner,"
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres more or
4. Commencing at a post planted at
the uorth-east coruer of No. a on the
north-west forkof Five Mile Creek
aud marked "Henry Ambio.se Morris'
S.K. coiner," tbence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains.thence east 80 chains to point
of com mencenient) containing (Hi)
acres more or less.
5. Commencing at a post planted
aliout one-quarter of a mile nortli of
the north-west corner of No. 3, marked
"Henry Ambrose Morris* N.K. corner,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, tlience
east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing (M0 acres more or
fl. Commencing ata post planted at
the uorth-east corner of No. 5, marked
"Henry Ambrose Morri^ S.E. corner,"
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
cliains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing (U0 acres more or
Revelstoke Und Districl.
Dislrict of Wesl Kooteuav,
Take notice that Hugh McLean, of
Revelstoke, B. C, uccupalion Prospector,
intends io apply for special limber licences
over the following described laiuls:
i. Commencing at a post planted a1
lhe  north-west  corner ot  T.   L. 9251,
marked "Hugh McLean's north-east corner," thence west 80 chains, thence souih
80 chains, thence easi 80 chains, Ihence
north 80 chainslo poinl of commencement,
conlaining 640 acres more or less.
2, Commencing at a post planled 2}i
miles wesl ol Columbia Kiver and 2%
miles soulh of Smith Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's norlh-easl cornerpost,"
thence soulh 80 chains, theuce west 80
chains, thence norlh 80 chains, ihence
east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
3. Commencing at a post planled 3 li
miles west of Columbia River and 3^
nilcs soulh of Smith Creek and marked
'Hugh McLean's north-east corner post,'
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, ihence norlh 80 chains, ihence east
80 chains to point of commencement, conlaining O40 acres more or less.
Commencing al a   post   planted 4
Notice is hereby given that 60 days after date I
ntentl to apply to the Chief Commissionerof
Lands ami V* urka for permission to purchase the
following described lands, situate in West Kootenay District:
Commeneing at a post planted 40 chainB
norlh of south east coruer of T. L. 7016, and
marked "ll.c.Morris's north-east corner post,'
tbeuce south 80 chains, west SOohains, uorth
80 chaina, easl SO chains to point uf commencement.
Dated June fith. 1907.
wedjun 12 H. C. MORRIS.
Ilevelstoke Land District,
District of West Kootenay,
Take notice tbat Bowman Lumber Company,
Ltd., of Kevelstoke, 11. C, occupation Lumber
Manufacturers, Intends to apply for a special
timber licence over the following described
Commencing ata pst planted ou the south
side ot northeast arm Upper Arrow Lake and
marked "Bowman Lumber Company's N. K,
corner posi," thence east 80 chains,thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north
bO chains to point of commencement-, and containing 640 acres, more or loss.
Dated July 31,19*i7.
wag"    By their Ageut, John O. McCarthy,
Rovelstoke Land Dislrict.
District of West Kooleuay.
Take notice ihal we. Lamb-Watson Lumber
Co., Ltd , of Arrowhead, occupation Milluwu-
ers, iu .end to apply for permission to purchase
1 In: following described laud:
Commencing, at a post planted at the S E.
corner uf ltalph Simpson's application, Oalenn
>.ny, thuncu north so cliains, lhcuce cast 40
chains, ihuncj north 20 chain-, thence east 20
chains, thence soutli 20 chains more or less 10
Galena Bay. thoncu southwesterly along north
uiiureof Galena Bay to poiut of cuuimuucumunt.
Dated'--3rd July, l!W7.
Lama-Watson Lumiiek Co,, Ltd.,
wed aug 7 U B. N. Wilkiu, Agent,
NOTICE is hereby given that 60 days after
dale I inlend to apply to tho lion, the
K hicf Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchaso the following descrilied
lands, situated in Weet Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted 20 ehains
westof blind Ray, marked D. U. Rae'anortheast corner post/' thencesouth 8) cbaina, west
80 chains, north 80 cbaina, eut 80 chaiua to
point of commencement.
Dated June 6th, 1907.     wJ12     D. M. RAE.
Lillooel Land District.
District of i4llooet.
Take notice that Andrew Kltson ol
Revelstoke, B. <'., occupation Miner, Intends
to api-ly for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
1 Commencing at a poit plantod about two
milea nortb of Smoky House Creek near the
north-west corner of T. L. B165 aud marked
"Andrew Kitson's N.E. corner," thence run-
ning aoutb 80 chains, tbence west 80 chains,
theuce nortb 80 chains.thence east 80 chains
to point ot commencement and containing 640
a res more or Ies ,
2. Commencing al a post planted about two
miles north of the moutb of smoky House
Creek, near thc norlh-west corner of T. L. 816A
and marked "Andrew Kitson's K. E. corner,"
theoce running uorth HO cbaina, tbence weat
80 chains, theoce south 60 chains, tbence east
80 chaini lo point of commencement and con*
talniug 640 acres more or leaa.
Dated July Bth, m'7.
wed aug 14 ANDREW KITSON.
Any person or persona found cutting or carrying awaT timber off the Comaplix townsite,
without permlasion flora the owner Hon.
ilawitt Roaiock, or hla agent Chief Young,
will be prosecuted according to law.
Dated thia loth day ot Augua , 1907.
wed aug 14 2m BKW1TT BOSTOCK.
Notice la hereby given that the underafgned propose to Incorporate a Company, to be known aa
the "Columbi. Kiver tramway Company, Limited," under the Tramway Company Incorporation
Act and Amending Acts, wiih power to build,
maintain and operate a double or single track
railway or t run way with the necessary branch
lines, side-tracks, switches, turnouts, pules,wires,
conduits and appliances upon, along or over any
lands situate in that part of the District of West
Kootenay in the Province of British Columbia
comprised within that certain area within a radius
of live miles from Death llapids in the District of
West Kootenay, to carry passengers and freight
and to use such motive power as may be deemed
advisable and for ether purposes.
The general route of said proposed railway or
tramway is aa follow.) Beginning at a poim on
tbe bank of the Columbia Kiver near the foul of
Priest Rapids in West Kootenay District, tlu-nce
in a northerly direction along lhe valley of the
Columbia Kiver to a polut at or near the mouth of
Fissure Creek. 1
Dated this 24th day of July, 1007.
satjlyltfBOd F. McCAKTV,
(I. H. McCAKlKR.
Dated July 9th, 1007.
7. Coinmeneing at a post planted
about 80 chains north of the north-east
eorner of Timber Limit No. 10507, and
marked "Henry Ambrose Morris' N.E.
corner," thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of coinmencement, cuntaining nil) acres more
or less.
8. Commencing at a post planted
at the north-east corner of No. 7, and
inarked "Henry Ambrose Morris' S.E.
corner,' thence west 100 chains.thence
north 40 chains, thence east 100 chains,
thence south 40 chains so point of commencement, containing 010 acres more
or less.
Dated July 10th, 1007.
0. Commencing at a post planted at
the south-east coiner ot Timber Limit
No. 10507, and marked "Henry Ambrose Morris' S.W. corner," tlience
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
tlience south 80 cliains, thence weBt 80
chains to point of coinmencement,
containing 040 acres inqre or less.
10. Commencing at a post planted
at the south-east cornerof Mcintosh
P. K. one-half mile east of Boyd's, and
marked "Henry Ambrose Morris* S.
VV. corner," thence east 60 chains,
thence south 40 chains, thence east 40
chains, thence north 60 chains, thence
west 20 chaius, thence north 40 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south 60
chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated July llth, 1907.
sat jly 27   Henky Ambbosk Morris.
Revelstoke Land District.
District uf West Kootenay.
Take notice that we, John Occonor
and C. O. Woodrow, of Poplar Creek,
B. 0., occupation Lumbermen, intend
to apply tor special licences to cut timber over the following described lands:
1, Commencing at a post planted
on the east bauk about um mile up on
the tirst south forkof Poplar Creek,
thence suuth 100 cliains, imnce west
40 chains, thence north lOOchains,
thenceeast 40 chains tu point of cnu
2. Commencing at a post planted
on the west bank of tne first suuth
fork of Poplar Creek, 8 miles up,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
nurth 80 chains to point of commence-
miles west of Columhia River and 4
miles south of Smith Creek, and marked
'•Hugh McLean's north-easl corner post,'|
llienee soulh 80 chains, Ihence west 80
chains, thence norlli 80 chains, Ihence
easl 80 chains lo point ol commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
5. Commencing al a posl planted 4
miles wesl uf Columbia River, ami 7 miles
south of the moulh of Smith Creek, and
marked "Hugh McLean's north-east corner posl," thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thetice east 80 chains to point of commencemeiil, containing 640 acres more or
6. Commencing at a post planted 4
miles wesl of Columbia River and 7 miles
soulh of lhe moulh of Smith Creek and
marked "Hugh McLean's north-east corner post," Ihence soulh 80 chains, tlience
wesl 80 chains, ihence norlh 80 chains,
ihence easl 80 chains to point of commencemeni, containing 640 acres more or
7. Commencingat apost planted z%
miles west of Columbia River and 2 miles
north of Forty-nine Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's north-east corner post,"
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
eesl 80 chains to poinl of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less,
8. Commencing al a posl planted 3$
miles west of Columbia River and 2 miles
north of Forty-nine Creek, and marked
"Hugh McLean's north-east corner posl,"
thence soulh 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
easl 80 chains lo pointof commencemeni,
containing 640 acres more or less.
9. Commencing at a post planted on
the north bank of Forty-nine Creek, 5
miles west of Columbia River, and marked
"Hugh McLean's soulh-east corner post,"
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated Julv 6th, 1907.
10. Commencing at a post planted on
the north bank of Forty-nine Creek, 5
miles west of Columbia River, and marked
"Hugh McLean's north-east corner post
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, Ihence north 80 chains, 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 ot Columbia River, and marked
"Hugh McLean's soulh-east corner post,"
ihence norlh 80 chains, Ihence wesl 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains lo point ot commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
12. Commencing at a post planted}
mile norlh of Forty-nine Creek, 6 miles
west of Columbia River, and marked
"Hugh McLean's north east corner post,"
thence south 80 chains, tlience wesl 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
13. Commencing al apost planted 4
miles wesl of Columbia Riverand i\ miles
south of Smith Creek, and marked "Hugh
McLean's soulh-east corner post," thence
north 80 chains, theuce west 80 chains,
thence soulh 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to point of commencement, con
tain'mg 640 acres more or less.
14. Commencing at a post planted 3J
miles wesl of Columhia River and 2.J mile:
south of Smith Creek, and marked "Hugh
McLean's norlh-easl corner post," thence
soulh 80 chains, thence wesl 80 chains,
thence norlh 80 chains,  Ihence east 80
liains lo point of commencement, con-.
Kevelstoke Land District.
Distriet of West Kootenay.
Tnke. notice lhat Warren Andrews, of
Revelatoke, H. ('., Projector, intends to apply
for special tlmtor license.- over thc following
described la**da:
1. Commencingat n post planted on north-
ra*i corner of T, L WHO. and marked ' W*. Andrews' n, \v c'Tiicr," thenoe cast sn chains,
■hence south ni chain*. Ihence went 80 cualnh.
Ihence nnrlh hi i hains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less:
2. Commencing at a post planted at the
Mju'h-ea-i coruer of T L K50, and marked "W.
Andrews'9 W. corner," thence cast no chains,
theuce north SO chains, thence went so chains,
ihonce south 80 chains to point of commencement, coninining IHO ncres more or less.
3. Commencing at a post planted at the
south-east corner of T.L. 7806, and marked "W.
Andrews' H,W. eorner" thenoe north so chains,
• hence east 8u chains, thence *oulh 80 chains,
thence west 80 obaina to point of commencement, conlaining 610 acres more or less.
I. Commencing at n po*t planted at the
south-wist corner of T.L. HOT, and marked "W.
Andrews'S.W. corner," thence easi SO chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence wesl Bfl chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of oomn.euce-
ini'iit, ron tali ling 610 acres more or less.
5, Commencing at a post planted at lhe
south east corner of T.L 7808, and marked "W.
Andrews' S.W*. corner," thence east 80 chains,
lhcuce north 80 chains.thence weat SO chains,
thence souih so chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less,
& Commcii'jng at a post planled nt thc
southeast corner of T.L. ftTOQ, and marked "W.
Andrews'S.W, corner," thencecasl 80 chains,
thence north SO chains, thenco west SO chaius,
thence south 80 chains to point uf com ence-
mont, containing 8W acres more or less
7, CuniineneiiiK at a post planted nt thc
•outh east corner ol T L 7810, and markod "W,
Andrews' 8.W. oornor, theuce east 80 chains,
ihence nortli 80 chains, tlience weet80chains,
tlienco south 80 chains to point of commencement, containing -910 aores more or loss.
Dated Juucttlh, 1907.
8. Commoncing at a post nlanted 80 ''halns
cast of suuth-east corner of T. I* 7810, and
marked "W. Andrews' N.W. corner." thunc*)
cast 80 chains.thence south 80 chains, theuco
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains to point
of commencement, conlaining ii!" acres more or
0. Coinmeneing al a post planted 80 chains
east of souih-ea-'l corner of T. L. 1800, and
marked "W. Andrews norlh-west corner,"
thenceeast 160 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence west l'>o chains, thenc uorth to chains to
poiut of coiniiiencet, Odo acres more or less.
10. Commencing at a post planted 80 chains
easl of north-east cornerof T. U7807. aud
marked "W.Andrews' S.W.corner," thenco
easl KVjchiius, thence norlh 40 ehnins, thunce
wesl 100 chains, thenoe south 40 chains to
point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or le-s.
II, Commencing at a post nlanted 80 chains
cast of northea-u career 01 T. L. 7*7, and
marked "W, Andrews' N.W, corner," thence
cast 160 chains, lhcuce south 40 cbnins, tbence
west 160 chains, thenco nortli 40 chains to point
of cot u uie nee m cut, conlaining 640 acres more
or less
12. Commencing at a post planted BO chains
east of soulh east corner of T. L. "80". and
marked "W, Andrews'ti. W. corner," Ihence
ea-t 160 chains, thence north 4o chains, Ihence
west 160 chains, thence south 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 610 acres moro
or l&sR,
Vi. Cummencing at a post planted SO chains
east of north-east eorner of T. L. 7806, and
marked "W. Andrews' N.W. corner," thence east
ItiO chains, tbence south 40 chaina, thence west 160
cliains, thence north 40 chains to place of commencement, conlaining 640 acres more or less.
14. Coumencing at a post planted Sochains
east of southeast cornerof T.L 7S0S,and marked
"W. Andrews' -S. W. corner," thence east 100
chains, thence north 10 chains, thence west ISO
cliains, thence south 40 chains to point of commencement, cnnlainiftg t>t" acres more or less.
il.il--.IJum-2-.Hh 1007.
sat aug3 WARREN AN'DRRWij.
'T'Commencing at a post planted fining 640 acres more or le
West Kootenay Land District. Dlstrictof Kev
elstoke, ll.c. Take nutlco that Rupert William
Haggen, of Revelstoke, B.C., occupation Insurance Agent, imt-mis to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land;-Com-
menclni at a p ist planted on the western shore of
Upper Arrow Lake, al llannock Point, and marked "R. W. Haggen's south-east corner post,"
situate about 30 ehains frmn lhe southern extremity of Bannock I'uiiit, thence norlh 40 cliains to
tlie southern boundary uf (leorge Boyd's pre-emption, tbence west 10 chainslo the eastern bound*
ary of Lot 811, thence suuth SO chains to the shore
of Upper Arruw Lake, thence east following the
shore of Upper Arrow Uke to place of commencement, contalng an area ol 160 acres, mure or less.
Dated July 80th, 1907.  Hupeit Williams Haggen.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has
applied to His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor
in Council under tho previsions of the Rivers and
Streams Act, to clear and remove obstructions
from Frisby Creek in the District of West Kuotenay, British Columbia, from a point where It
empties Into the Columhia River to a point on
said creek about 4 miles frum the Columbia River
and to construct and maintain booms at or almut
the mouth of said creek and in the Columbia
River adjacent thereto, aud to attach booms to
the shore of Frisby Cteek and said Columbia
River at said points, for holding, sorting and delivering logs anil timber brought down said crook.
The lands to tie affected by the said work are
Crown lands and the tolls that an proposed to bo
charged are such as maybe fixed by a Judge of
the County Court of West Kootenay.
Dated this Uth day uf June, 1007.
wedjnelB-SOd PL DONNKLI.Y.
Nolice i. hereby (lien thnl 6.1 day. afler .Lite I
Intend to apply to the Chlel ConnnlBHltmur ol
Land, and Work, for permission to purehaHU the
lollowing described lands, situate in West Koote-
nay district:
Commencing at i poat planlcd 40 chain,
north ol south-cut cornei ol T.l. 7010 and
marked "J. K. Johnson', north-weit oorner
post," thence east &.. chains, south 80 ohains,
west SO chain., north 80 chaina lo poinl ol
Uated Juno 6th, 1907,
wed Iunu J. E. J0I1N80N.
on the west bank about 4 miles up Ibe
Hist south fmk of Poplar Oreek, tbence
west 80 elinins, thence south 80 chains,
thenceeast 80chains, thence north80
chains to ,.oint of com.ne..cement,
Dated June 15th, 1007
0, 0. woouitow,
4. Ooiu.nencinK nt a post planted
on the west bank of Poplar Oreo'l,
5 l-'l iniles up, running west 80 chains
along O, E. Itevell's No, 2 Limit, south
boundary, Ihence south 80 cbnins,
thence easl 81) chains, tbeuce north 80
chains to point of commencement.
i'i. Commencing at a post planted
on the west liank of Poplar Creek,
about 5 miles up and running iiIoiik
O, li, itevell's north boundary of No,
2 limit, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 ehnins, thencu east 8(1 chains,
Ihence soutl. 80 chains to point of commencement.
Located June 15th, 1007.
0. Commencing at a post planted
8000 feet from C.P.R. track opposite
the 27 mile board, about one mile west
of Rapid Creek, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence cist 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to point
of co.nmencen.ent.
Dated June 27th, 1007.
wed jly 81   J. C. RADY, Locators.
Ilevelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenny.
Take notice that Arthur G, Johnston
ot Poplar, British Columbia, occupation, merchant, intends to imply for a
special limber license over the following descrilied lands, situated on Poplar
Creek In thc West Kootenay District.
Commencing at a post planted about
6} miles from the town of Poplar, H.C.
on the eust side of Poplar Creek,
inarked."A. O. Johnston's soulh-wesl
corner post," thunce east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains,then ..e west 80
ihalns, thence south 80 chains to point
of commencement, and containing (lln
acres more or less.
Located June 23rd. 18*17.
Commencing al a post planted 5
miles wesl from Columbia Kiver ami i\
miles south ol Smith Creek, and inarked
"Hugh McLean's soulh-east corner posl,"
llienee norlh 80 chains, Ihence west 80
chains, Ihence south 80 chains, thence
easl 80 chains to point oi comn.enccnie.il,
containing 640 acres more or le...
16. Commencing al a posl planted 4J
miles west of Columbia Riverand :J iniles
south of Smilli Creek, and marked "Hugh
McLean's north-easl corner posl," Ihence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, Ihence north 80
chains lo poinl of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Daled July 71I1, 1907.
sal aug 3 HUGH McLEAN.
Kevelstoke Land Ulsirlct.
Dlstrictof West Kuotenay,
Take notice that I, Anton Hansen of Poplar.
B.C,, occupation Miner, Intend to apply for
permlsilon to purchase Die following described
Commencing at a post planted on the north
side of the Lardo Kivor. opposite the town cl
Poplar, marked "A, Hansen's N.W, corner,"
thence cast 40 ehains, tbi'iice south 10 chains,
thenee wesf 40 chains, theuco north 10 chains
to pointof commencement,and containing 40
acres, more or less.
Date! '2nd July, 1W7,
wedjly 10 ANTON IIAN8KS.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Richard Davit. Agent, of
Revelstoke, B, C, occupation, saw mill manager,
intends lo apply for a special llmlwr licence over
the following descrilied lands;
Commencing at a post markeil "north-west
cornor post." situated about a i|uart«r of a mile
below rive Mile Creak, on the west bank of the
Columbia River, running east eighty chains,
thence south eighty chains, thence west eighty
chains, thence north eighty chains to the point of
Dated July 17,1807.        __
Kevelstoke Und bl.irlct.
District ol We.t Kootenay.
Take nolice that Richard Iiavls of Revelsloke
B.C., occupation Saw II ler, Intend, to apply lor
a special timber license over the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post iilanled about one
mile below Rook Point, and abon. n. .-hams
Irom lhc eaat bank ol lhe Columbia Kiver, and
marked "Richard Davis' i,...ih*u. corner
post," .hence north IU chains, .banco weal a.
chafns, llionce south 160 chains, tbence east 40
chain, to the poinl ol commencement, and
containing 640 acre, more or leu.
Daled Augu.t 3rd, 1907,
wed aug 11 RICHARD DAVIS.
Itcvrlstoke Land District-,
Dlstrictof West Kootenay.
Take nolice that Hugh MoLean of Ilev-
elstoke, H.C, Protpecior, intends to apply for
special timber liccusee over the followiug described lands:
L Commencing at a post planted two miles
nuith of Big Mouth Creek and three miles east of
Columbia River marked "Hugh McLean's H, W.
corner post," thence nortb 80 chains, thence eaat
80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to puint of commencement, containing 040
acres more or less.
2. Commencing at a post planted on the nortn
bank of a small creek four miles north of Big
Mouth Creek, and two miles easl of Columbia
River, inarked "Hugh McLean's S.W. corner post,"
thence nurth 60 chains, thence easl 80 cliains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west &0 chains to
point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less,
,1. Commencing at a post planted 80 chains
east of south-east corner of T. I 34, marked
"Hugh McLean'sS. W. corner poit," thence north
i' i chains, ihence eM SO chaina. thence south 80
chains.thence west W chains to poinl of cummencement, containingM0 acres more or.less.
4. Commencing at a post planted i miles uortb
of Big Mouth Creek aud two miles east of Columbia Rlter. marked "Hugh McLean's 8. W,
corner post' thence nurth bo cliains, thence east
sll chaius, llienee south 80 chains.thence west 80
chains to point of com meneement, containing 640
acres mure orless.
5. Comment-inf at a post two miles east of
Columbia Kiver aud C miles uortb of big
Mjutn Creek, marked "Hugh McLean's8. W.
eurner post," theuce norlh so chains, thence
easi so chaiua, lbenc-1 soutb BO chains, thence
ut-st Go chaina to pointof commencement, eon*
laining &40 acres more or less.
6. Commencing at a post planted about 6
miles north ol dig Mouth Creek and 3 miles
east ol Columbia  Kiver, marked "Hugh Mc*
can's S. (V. coruer post," thence north 80
cbaius, thence east 80 chains, tnence south 80
chains, tbauce west .*o chains to polut of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less,
7. Commeucng at a post planted Smiles
east of Culumbia Kiver and 5 miles nortb of
Big Mouth Creek, marked "Hugh McLean's
a. W. corner pout," theuco nortn 80 chains,
tbence east so chains, theoce south sochains,
tbence west 80 chaius to point of commencement, cont-Ouiug 640 aerea more or less.
Commencing ata post planted 8miles
I'li-inl i'oiumbia Kiver and 4 miles north ol
Uig Mouth Cieek, marked "Hugh McLean's r*.
W, corner post," theuce north »ochains, theuco
east N.' chains, thence touth so chains, thence
west sn chains to point ol commencemont,
containing 640 acrei* more or less.
8. Commeuelng al a post planted a miles
en-t of Columbia River aud 4 miles north of
Big Mouth Creek, marked "Hugh McLean's ti.
W, coruer post," thence uorth 80 chains,
theuce eut so chains, thence south tft> chains
tnence west w cbaius to point ol commencement, contaiuiug 640 acres more or less
Commencing at a post planted 4 miles
north ol Big Mouth Creek and 8 mileseast o
Columbia Kiver, marked "Hugh McLean's N,
W. coruer posl," ihence easl bocbsius, Ibeuce
south sochains, iheuce west Sochains, (hence
north so chains to j-uiut of commencement,
containing 640 ncres mure or leas.
10. commencing at a post planted'J mllea
north "I Big Moutli ('reek and 4 miles eaat of
Co.umbia Kiver. msrked '-Hugh McLean's
S VV, corner poet," theuce north 80 chains,
theuce east so ehains, thence south (W chaius,
iheuce west hi chains to poiul of communce-
meut, coutalnlug 64o acres more or leu,
11. Commeueiug at a pMt planted at the
north-easl cornerof I. L. >,fi6tt, marked "Hugh
Mci.eau's *•), K, corner post," iheuce north 80
hains, thence west 80 mains, theuctBOUth SO
haius, thenceeast st) chains to point of cummeucemeut, coutamiug i>w acres more or less.
15, Commencing at a post planted at the
noith east corner of T. L. 7*8, marked "IfugU
McLean's B, W. corner post," thence norlh 80
ehalus, thence east 80 chaius, theuce south 80
chaius, tbence west sochains to pointol com-
lueucemcut, contaiuiug 640 acres more or le:s.
l.i. commeueiug al a posl plautod at the
uorth-east coruer of 'f. L. :.w, marked "Hugh
McLean's N. W. corner,'' theuce esst 80 cbaius
ihence souih SO chaius, thence west 80 ehalus,
ihence nurth 80 chaius to point of commence*
meut. contaiuiug 640 acres more or loss.
14 Commencing at apost planted one mile
east ol tbe north-east corner ol T. L.7.%9.
marked'Hugh McLean'* fi. W. coruer poet,"
theuce east so chains, theuce north 80 chains,
thence west80chains, thencesouth B0 chaius
lolut ol commencement, containing 040
acres mure or less,
16. Commeuelng at a post planted i mllei
eut ul the north-eut eoruer ol T, L, 7668,
marked "Hugh McLean's 8. W. corner uoit."
thence eui so chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence wcsttW chains, tbeuce soutb 80 cbalni
to point ol commencement, couiainlug (M0
acres more or less,
10. Commonclng ala post planted one mile
north of the north-cut corner of T, L. 7568,
marked "Hugh McUan'a a K. corner post,"
theuce nurlb 160 chains, thenoe west 40 cbalni,
theuco soulh 160 chaius, thence eut 40 ohalm
io poinl of commencement, contaiuiug 640
acres more or less,
17 Commencing at a pott planted one mile
nortb of lhe north-eut corner of T. 1,7668,
markod "Hugh McLean's S.W, corner," theuco
uortb M chains, thenoe east 80 ehalui, thouco
south 80 cbalm. thonce west 8U chains to point
ol commencement, coutaiuiug 640 iciei mora
or lesa
Dated July lit, 1907,
Wc are pushing  Shirts  and  Coats  to  make  room for thc New Goods coming to
hand.   All offerings at less than price to manufacture.
$5, $6 and $7 SKIRTS FOR $3.50
$9.oo and $1o.oo SKIRTS FOR $5.oo
.♦. ,t. A, At At At .'ft ifi iti ill it* it'i iti
Ml W 111 IJI IJ,* if} tj? 'X'"' 'J.1'+''+ T
J     WHY?     I
7 Vi... should leave youi- Pre- T
9 scription with us TJ*
S    BECAUSE    f
We use the Purest of Drugs ty
g\ and Chemicals
jF Every Prescription ischecked
ty before il goes uut
Our prices are reasonable .mil
,*. we will deliver your p.escrlp-
9 lion if ynu wish il.
I Canada Drug & Book Go.
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nllli • J,* tti ejj 1^,1'JJ H1 ■J,1 H' '+1 '+''+'
Saturday. Aug. 17, lor 'IA hours.—
Unsettled, showery with bright intervals. Stormy with moderate westerly
wiods. Indications ot fair change.
Temp., Max. 61 degrees, Min. 49J
Local and General.
Several oi the directors of the Fruit
A Produce Exchange ot B. C. are in
town today,
Thursday night a business meeting
will be held in the Y. M, C. A. lor
election ol six directors snd other
Tbe B. C. Gazette announces the
close season lor prairie chicken within
the Kamloops electoral district until
August 31,1908,
Kev. J. A. L. Romig will conduct
the service in tbe His-iion Hall, First
Street, tonight at 8 o'clock. Come
snd hear the good news.
Mr. Smitli, newly arrived in tbe
city, died suddenly at bis home on the
Adair ranch this morning. Deceased
is the lather ol Mrs. Fletcher,
Thursday night a meeting for the
election ol six directors ol the Y. M.
C. A. will be held. Active members
are asked lo attend this meeting.
The junior lacrosse boys are endeavoring to get a game with au outside team on Labor Day aud are
looking to citizens to help them out.
Three good looking race horses
came in from Medicine Hat this week
tbe property of Mr. Root. Emmett,
and will train here till the meeting ou
Sept. 12 and 13,
Constable Terry returned this
morning Irom tbe Coast with Chas.
Turnross who has been arrested on a
warrant for suspicion of being implicated in the recent hold-up case here.
Tbe Scandiuavian Methodist people
bad sn enjoyable and profitable alternoon and evening yesterday at Hie
h-.me ol Mr. Charles Landmark, notwithstanding tbe downpour ol rain.
k handsome collection was made
Irom tbe citiien* and merchants yes-
t.rday by the Turl Association for
prizes for tbe annual .ace meet to U
held here Thursday and Friday, Bepl
1J.18, and some good iporl is promised
Anumbei ol young people ol tbe
city drove out on Thursday evening to
Mr. and Mr.-. 11. F. Hays', to celebrate
the anniversary ol Mit*- Mabel's birtl:
day. A most enjoyable time wis
spent in music and dancing, tl.e party
.eturning home in tl.e early hours ol
the morning.
Only .. glance nt. our stoek
..f Groceries will encourage
you to try I hem.
A trial will convlnoe vou
t bey aretho purest and best
on the markot. Try onr
j Hobson & Bell j
a  Grocers, Makers A. Confectioners a
• •
There will be a meeting of St,
Peter's church committee this evening
at the Rectory at half-past seven.
It. L. Borden, leader ol the Conservative party in the Dominion, will deliver seven andresses during his visit
to the province at Vancouver, Victoria, New Westminster, Kamloops,
Nelson, Grand Forks and Cranbrook.
Another wire has been received from
Woll Island, Kingston, Ont., from
Murphy, whose disappearance has
caused much local disturbance. Murphy has written to tbe local police,
but as yet the letter hue not been
The city council have donated $200
each to the Turl Association lor the
race meet on September 12 and 13,
and for the Labor Day sports on Sept.
2nd. The report of the council meeting last night will be reserved till
Wednesday next.
Survey parties report tbe discovery
ol an extensive ledge ol quartz, carrying galena and in all probability gold
ou the north shore of Seymour Arm,
Shuswap Luke. Tbe samples appear
to be rich ore and will it is claimed
assay high in silver.
Dr. Fngan, provincial medical health
officer, in company with Dr. William
Stephen basarrived.it Kamloops (r..n.
the coast, inorder to complete arrange,
ments for tl.e transfer of the line site
near Kainloups lor the erection ol the
tuberculosis sanitarium,
To Buy a House.
To Rent a House.
To Buy Nice Building Lots
close in.
To Buy Splendid Kmit
Kincaid & Anderson
Kincaid .nil Anderson
Real Estate ami Insuranoe Agfa.
Social and Personal
H A. Brown lelt for the soutl. this
G. Sumner returned from the coast
this morning.
Mrs. H. N. Ccursier will not receive
on Tuesday the 20th.
Miss E, Paget returned yesterday
morning from the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Smythe have
returned Irom a visit to thc coast.
T. Sturdy has returned Iron. Manitoba to rejoin the local police force.
Dr. Graham lelt on Thursday night
tor Vancouver where l.e will take op a
Mrs. .1. II Jackson and liimily returned Ik.iu tbe Okanagan Landing
.... Wednesday.
T. Ai.ken ol N itch Uill is spending
a lew days in town thegueitol Mr
an.l Mr-. H. Cunningham Muiris.
iiuum i   vuuiu
At tbe sitting* of the County C>.int
Thursday, Judge Forin presiding, a
case ot some local interest was tried.
Mr.and Mis. I>. Taylor sued ll.c cily
of Revelstoke lot $211!) !..r damages for
turning their lodging '.lou-o into [a
pest house on April last and omitting
to pn.vi le a suitable isolation hospital
to treat a rase of diphtheria that
developed in tlie lodging house.
It was shown that pbiintilT had
protested {against the action ol the
city ollieials and asked to have the
patient removed, also that the man
could have been safely removed, but
the mayor and health ollicer when
applied to did nothing towards removing him.
The judge held that the city was
liable (ur part of tbe damage claimed
and gave judgment against the city
for $131.50 and costs. He held that
it was the duty of the Council to
provide a proper isolation hospilal lur
such cases and that they failed to
perform thei. dulies by omitting to
provide one.
Messrs. Harvey, McCarter A rink-
Imiii represented thc plaintiffs and
Messrs. Scott A llriggb appear...! for
thc city,
King v. Cochrane—Guthrow, Chis
holm and lleaty, charged with rolling
Captain Kidd.
The evidence sl.owid two ol the
men kept guard while tbe other two
went througn Kidd's pockets when he
was silling asleep ut the Windsor
Hotel, hut it so happened at the time
lhat Scottie McGurlie and John G..le
were on.ho other side of the street
and saw the whole performance, The
accused were lound guilty and Itefily
sentenced tu two years au.l the othor
three to th.ee months each.
J, M.Scott f.r the Crjwn; 0 E.
Gillan lor tl.e del. nee.
 ..» .   	
Considerable activity will be .cen in
the Big Bend nnd Canoe River districts this autumn and next year if
present plans are carried nut. Several
mining camps are pushing operations
there nnd several new logging c.unps
are to he opened up.
A company is being incorporated lo
build a tramway around Death Rapids
to counect with the steamer Revelstoke and ano. „.-r steamer to be ph'ced
on the river above Death Rapids and
on Canoe River. Navigation facilities
will then be such as to reach 50 miles
up Can... River and around the Bend
of the Columbia to a point near the
mica mines located in the divide
opposite lhe mouth of Canoe River.
The trail up the Culumbia from
Goldstream to the mouth ot Canoe
River is bIbo to be completed at once.
The construction ol the tramway
will be commenced as soon ss right of
way has been secured. This development will add much to thc prosperity
of Kevelstoke.
The Turl Association have arranged
a very interesting programme of track
events for Sept. 12-13. A purse ol
$1,500 will be hung out and divided
up liberally between tl.e events. Local
horses will also have an opportunity
to distinguish themselves.
E. C. Fromey has contracts (or Unbuilding of a modern seven room
bouse ou First Street and I'earce St.,
two tenement houses oi seven rooms
each near tl.e lame corner, an.l a
business block of one storey on Plr,t only daughter of Mr.and Mrs. MoNWei
St.   near   Guveri.me.it   St, the latter and Will.an. A    Chambers,   both   ol
Tbe  Howard-Dorset Co. now playing  iu   the   Opcia   House here have
produced uvo highly amusing and well
staged plf.vs    "'Christopher Jr." was
I p. t ,.n on  Thursday night and much
I appreciated by a fair sized audience,
lib', laugh    ' .ei'.cumstances surrounding Christopher being well portrayed.
  I The company work well together and
A very pretty wedding was celebrated  "tll0"t the lea8t bitchor ivvkwur*1'
on Wednesday last a. 9 o'clock in ti.  l re«-e-   'J9t "i«ht "The Xominee" w"9
evening at the residence ol Mr. ind
Mrs. McNiven, McKenzie Avenue.
The contracting part.es being Edwins
One reason   why   we sell so
much perfume is becuuse we
carefully watch our trade and
make Ita point to always have
on hand the particular pei-fumes
which are popul.ii* In this locality.
Sen Tour De« Prairies.
Druggist and Stationer.
Mail Orders   prnmplly attended
10 al lius Slore.
(or A. McRae.
Mrs. H.A. Hrown, M. E. C. lor the
local temple ol Pythian Sisters, will
bold an installation ceremony at
Arrowhead on Monday night ol a
Pythian temple in that town. The
movement has been very p .polar both
at Arrow1,e...I and at  Revelstok.. and
this  city.     Tbe   kev. Father Pecoul
performed the ceremony,
The bride, who was attired in
■i handsome gown ol blue voile
trimmed with velvet  and pointe de
spray   and    Carried     «    magnificent
bouquet..( carnations pink" and roses,
put on  and   kept   the audience in a
Mate ol hilarity from beginningto end.
"i i.e  '.ingle,!   situation of   the candi-
.iiie * I o, while having a  "hot time"
in Sen   York, is supposed to be elec-
tioneering hundreds  of  miles away,
and finally li.ids himself elected h the
wrong   psr.v,   is  well  brought  out. bit tho shortage of teachers, which it
"The Nominee Isceitaiuly one ol thells thought will exist with tl.e begin
A Clean Sweep
The Balance of Our Summer stock must go if low prices will m."-*e it,
we make some new* prices that should close them out.    We have a  lot ol odd
throughout the Store that we have not room to advertise, but you
II lind them
md to-day
lines,  too,
very low
Gingham Wash Dresses- Only $3.00 Bach
Lawn Dresses. Prettily made - " 2.50 Bach
Misses Chambray Dresses- " 2.50 Bach
Ohildrens' Wash Dresses, White
and Colored   . -  "  1.00 Bach
 s _^
All this Season's Styles, pretty and plenty:, of sizes—38 and 40,   You can get them
here now at 1-3 off.
Ladies' Black Cotton Hose - - - - 10c. Fer Pair
Ladies' Tan Lace Hose - - - - 35c Per Pair
We have a nice line of Ribl ed Cotton Underwear for Children 8 to 12 years old, Shirts
and Drawers at 25c. Each.
READY-TO-WEAR HATS.   Your choice for $1.00 Each.
boys surrs
We have a lot of Boys' Tweed Suits in smatl sizes, 4 to 7 years.   We are clearing them
at $1.50.    Boys' Wash Suits only $1 each.
$4.00        Men's Shoes       $4.00
See Our Window—Stylish Lasts, best-stock, Goodyear   Welts-All Styles at $4.00
Ladies' Fine Wool Vests, White, no sleeves—50c. eaeh.
from our own corrsi.oi.dunt.
Mrs, F. Fox return,d on Sunday
from Vancouver.
Mr. J. Whitebread, ol Calgary,spent
a lew days at his home here.
Gold Commissioner Fraser was in
town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Salley lelt on Monday lor Vancouver.
Dr. Hamilton spent Wednesday
Dr. and Mrs. Morrison, ol Revel,
stoke, were in town Thursday and
E. McGaghran is in Kamloops,
Miss Whitebread has resigned her
position as assistant in the post offlce,
L. Bentley left Wednesday for his
home at the coast.
Mr. J. Bull is opening up a branch
storo in Nakusp. Mr. broadbent will
he in charge.
Mr. 0. A. Lucas, who has for sometime been stenographer lor the Lamb-
Watson Lumber Co., lelt on Friday
for Chicago where hc has accepted a
position with the Edward Hynes
Lumber Co.
Mr. 0 Lachmund went to Vancouver on Thursday.
On Wednesday evening next a social
will I e held in Lightbnrnos hall, in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Warner, who
will leave shortly Ior Seattle. An
invitation ie extonded to everyone.
Vancouver, Aug. 17.—Tl.e provln-
ial authorities hnve been lorced to
adopt extraordinary measures to com
it ii to be hoped that at the inaugur- was attended by Mis, Wade, Charles
sti..11 of tl.e new temple to be named !
Purity   Temple No. *t    all  who can
wil! attend.
The Lee Lumbal Company ha« been
incorporated l.y Fred Robins..1. and
associates, with a capital ol |60,000.
The company are building a saw ...ill
near Wigwam on the Arrow Lake
branch ol the C. P .11, and will get
their timber supply Iron, their limits
in tl.e vicinity of the mill and iu tin*
tlig Bend. Mr. Robinson is the
lather ol the saw mill business in ibis
locality and has been so successful in
the past that it may Is. taken (or
granted thai tl.e new indiiHtry will be
a, prosperous one.
..albs... Is'.i.g Lest man, Only a lew
int.10.it.- Irletldl ol tbe Ian.ily were
present    Alter the ceromony a ban-
J funniest plays ever seen in Kev-I itoke,
! Mr. Howard is a comedian ol rare
1 iblllty, possessing all tl.e '|i.alification«
.1 liun.'-i as well ss pathos. Thc
\ .vV.le company wo.k in harmony wit.,
I tne leading part and  as an a;grega-
...n ol * .lent can hold *,beir own any-
t, was held when the health ol  the
rbere     Tonight   Arabian Nights,'* a
masted. Tbe brides gift to the bride
groom was a handsome gold signet ring
the bridegroom.' gilt to the bride was
travelling and dressing case. Tbe
hri.le wore B hfti.'l .<.no- travelling dres*
..I champ,gne linen, an.l the happy
couple lelt the same night on No. I
for a fortnight's honeymoon ll the
coast cities, utter which they will return and  make their home in Revel
> "
known   English
m .li.ced.
No. 2 sactbouod ran   into a heavy
rock and mud slide near Olftnwllliam atoke.    The presents were handsome
shortly bolore 11 o'clock last night
The engine was derailed ind thrown
into the gully, but lortunately no
injuries were sustained l.y any ol ths
crew ;,r passengers with the exception
of one mnn who was tl.ro.vu out nl
bis be. 11, aud sustained several cuts on
bis hend. When the news ol the
accident was received here a wrecking
train was immediately df.spatchi..l,
and alter several hours woik the track
was cleared and the train, r.limaly
followed by No. llll, arrived at 10:16
this morning.
Blackberries, peaches, pears, plums,
blue grapes, bananas and oranges at
C. B. Hume & Co's,
nod numerous. Mr. and Mrs, Chan,
hers nro popular here, and tbe M.i 1..
Hkkai.ii extend congratulations and
many wishes for their future happiness.
I'resocving pe.cl.es and plums ..re
expected to arrive next week, so leave
your orders early.   C. II Hume A Co.
oiler us 26 per cent oil' our relrigern-
tors, Wc have a low Inlt nnd don't
want to store them, snd il you can see
.. bargain In this we will stand the
loss.   Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd,
Opinion of   Eminent  Toronto
Physician Expressed,
LoJnoR, Aug. 16.—Speaking at th
1 International Congress of School 11)
giene, Ux. Oldright ol Toronto diver-
lity dealt with the question ol tl.e
icboolrnom as a (actor in tuberculosis,
Hi- referred to the lamentably prou.i-
position held by the  teachers  ol
Onfarloln the death list. Iron, consumption, and suggested that lhe
causes were foul conditions ol air In
the older schools, nnd ths Inhalation
r.f chalk dust from blackls.nrds.
A new line ol French soaps at Hews'
I (rug Store.
Magnificent display ol Fall Rain
Coals, our now skirts hnvo arrived,
don't buy your coat, or skirt without
looking over thn lines wo are showing.
—Oressman * Morrison.
ning ol the next school year next
month. For one year Irom June 30th,
1907, ,-egular certificates ol thc Education Department ol British C-.lumbia
may bn issued to those holding first
cLs. -o'tificates from other provinces
ol the Dominion and who have received
professional training nt approved Normal schools, such teachers tola.granted the regular first clnss certificates
Irom lhe local department without
further examination, The usual Ice
ol %ii will be exacted.
Tin. shortage ol teachers has been
a-... ..II,- growing great.r. Last yenr
eighty-lour temporary permits to teach
were i;ra.ited by the department to
* 1.-ii'iiilifiwl persons in order to cope
with th. demand. Those temporary
permits nre good only lor one year iu
which tbey are granted, and all ol the
eighty (our expired last-lirst ol Julv
..nd cannot la. renewed, so that the
-.it....linn is .1 serious one,
It is thought thnt the new provision
which by an nrder-in-council takes
effect immediately, will, however, relievo tl.e situation. Qualified lead.ers
Irom the cast holding, though they
might, Oertlfioatel Iron, normal schools
in other provinces, were compelled to
take tl.e uon-prolcssional examination,
her.., though tbey were relieved of the
necessity of taking the N irmal course
in this province,
Catholic—Rev. father R. ['cental,
O.M.I., pastor. Services every Sunday
at the lollowing hours: 8 a.m. Communion Mass; 1(1:30 a.m. High Muss
and Sermon; 2 p.i)i. Illptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday School; 7:30p.m. Rossry,
Instruction and li. nedictk...
St. Peter's An.ii.kian—Trinity XII.
Holy co........ni....  at 8 11, .11 ; matins
and Litany nt lla. ni. and evensong
7 30 p. ni,   Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.
St Andrew's PresbyIkkian—Rev.
W. C Calder, pastor, Services 11 a.m.
7:30 p.m , Sunday itohonliiid Pastor's
Bible Class, 2.30 p.m. .. Morninu sub
ject, "The Atonement," Evening
subject, "China snd some ol its Mis
siot.aries." Young People's Meeting,
Monday 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wed
nesilay 8 p.m. Choir practice and
Teachers' meeting, Friday 8 p.m.
Knox Prkuiiytehian—J. lt, Robertson, B. D, minister; The usual services at 11 a.m. ai d-7:30 p.m. Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m. Mr. P. McKenzie
will co..duct both s rvices in the ab
sencc ol tl.e pastor, who is conducting
communion services in Mr. McKeu-
lie's Mission, Field. A cordial welcome is given tn nil, and strangers aie
specially invited.
Baptist—In Mission Hall, First
Street. Sei vices (or Su- day, August
18th. Morning service al 11 o'clock
conducted by Rev. W. P. Freeman.
Sunday School 2:30 p.m. Evening
service at 7:30, Rev J. A. L Romig
preaches. The Misses Cave will sing
at all the servicei. These services are
very interesting aniLftill ot pnwer.
Methodist — Rev. T. W. Hall,
pastor. Services at' 11 o'olock a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting and
Epwortb League united fur summer
months. Morning, sermon particularly add.es.ed to Sunday School
teachers and pupils. Evening, third
■ermun on "The Tragedy of Job." All
Business Locals
Nothing bettarthu Our "Speoial.
Fishing t.icklo, guns and ammunition.   Bourne Bros.
Huyler's New Yoik chocolates at
Bews' Drug Store,
Special bargains in odd lots ol wall
papers at C, ll. Hume A Co'i,
Patronize Horn* Industry. Imok.
Rsvelitoke Cigars.
Mattraases, pillows snd hed cnmlorts
—a choice selection at C. B. Hume
A Co's. •    . it
Fresh today—Grapes, plums, peach.
es, blackberries, water .melons, tomatoes, crab apples, eating apples, oranges, lemons nnd bananas. Bourne
Wc hnvo a splendid assortment of
lace and tapestry curtains. Call and
see 1 iieiu,   0. I). Hume A Co.
While Ihe Quebec Quarantine Hospital a lew years ago had s v.ml hundred immigrants under treatment, at
present, with a very much lurger vol
u.ne ol immigration, there are only
sixty persons in .ho hospital. I r.
Hryce s.ys that tbe majority ut ea-es
detainoil lor treatment ur deponaiion
ooine Irom the continent. The best
physical, types coining tu Canada are
the Galiciaus. Out 0! 201 persons
deported last year 169 were ol English
origin. Out of 1600 Galioians only
one persou was sent back as phsio.lly
or mentally unfit.
Marriage Licenses Issued
Revelstoke Hospital Sooiety
NOTICE is herehy given that lhe
A,nmi...l General Meeting of the Ho.
ciely will he held at the Council room,
City Hall, Rovelstoke, B. C, on Tuesday, August 20th, 1IID7, at 8 p. .11.
Ottawa, Aug. 1(1.—The condition ot
tbo immigrants now striving in Canada is (ar better than ever before. This
is due to lhe rigid Immigration Act
passed 1. lew years ago, and tn the
manner in whicli it is being enforced,
The steamship companies knowing
that thev will have to bear the cost ol
deporting, are refusing diseased immigrants, and exorcising the greatest
care at English arid continental ports.
and are refusing to carry any person
likely to be rejected on arrival in
TENDERS will hs received l.y the
undesigned   up till noon,   Tuesday.
August 'Mih, fm.entering for refreshments on the grounds .... l,,il.<ii- Day,
I Jib...- Day Spurts Cumniittee.
Apply Victoria Hotel.
wishing to leave Revelstoke ns
soon as possible will sell entile stock
at cost-Miss A. Maiden, ..pp..site
Knox Church, Second Street.
House on Third St.eel,
to E. A, Haggen.
LET - Furnished
WANTED - Everyone having a
house tn sell ol' rent to list It
with me, I am flooded with enquiries
for house properties. Phone, call, or
drop me a curd wilh full desc.lption
and purchase price, or rent required	
K. A. Haggen, Real Estate and Ins....
mice Agent, Revelstoke, B, 0,
WANTED-Forly Rive. Drivers-
Apply Bowman Lumber Company's Camp, Fish Creek,        ag 17
WANTED-A   dining ruomgirf,
I ..-Ian.I Ilolel, Nakusp, $:« per
of hnrBes suitable- for farm
work. Weight about 1100 lhs. each,
Apply staling price to E. A. Huggen,
Kevelstoke, B. C, t ag U


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