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Array Qtlje  5*aiUj   ��ana
fa.   No. S3.
NELSON, B. C., MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1907.
Fifty Cbnts a Mont*
1
Government Will
rosecute
IRE UNCERTAIN
C.   P.   R.   Extenelon.
Mm rat fjt�� on Statute Forbidding
ations in Restraint
I of Trade.
hug.   5.��� Pursuant   lo  the
imadc lonM time ago Hint
enera) of Alberta was ro-
[     ���fcldence taken by the par
���feomnilttoc  of    Inquiry  ap*
the  luat session  of  the
���fsrllani.nl    to   Inquire   Into
���YaBber combine In the four
keen of Manitoba.  Saskul
and  Hrlth.li  Columbia,
to   taking    such    action
Hpaber dealers  In   Alberta
ed by the state of attain
WO tht*   ev,<*,eI,co  lnk,'��   by
Hon. C. W. Cross, at
tSBued     the     following
In  an   Interview:
government has kept
the investigation held in
Ottawa Is     ISreh  and   April   last,  con
M charged for lumber
|�� ****����� MM of Manitoba,  Alberta
kn, and as early as pos*
en.nni...ih   mass of evi-
In that  Investigation,
wan  put  In   itosBesslon
at evidence and a copy
ort of the Bub-committee
krllamcnl to InveHtlgate
The evidence given In the
���/jftxtendB over   seven   hun
�� Mfcnty-seven cloudy   printed
I SS4 p necessarily  lull uf detail.
pHCe       Il8t8f      C.H T��'Hl!l>n<l��'IlC.'.
and a mass of other ma*
IStjulres   to   be   very   closely
B order   to   ascertain   what
f$|jii:Sonnectlon with this matter
c*y*B^5
1���       M/ecelpI of the evidence the
ey-general  has  been  con-
gaged   in   sirtlng   nnd   un-
Hfc as to be In n position to
^Hovei-mmm as to  what  a.*
Oati |  be  taken   in   tbe   premises.
As S KO' 1,le examination of the
ade, the government have
that  the   fa.-is  disclosed  call
TpiveBtlgnllon.     It  would  be
me  at this stage  to Bay
.'���eft    J*lnk the  result  of n  charge  In
DOS   with    the   lumber    combine
^KThat  Is   for   the   court  or
gelid    before  whom the mutter
f- comes,    but      il    cillinot      In*
1 the question whether there
tg *a ^^B) combination between lum-
hST Krtiould be made the subject
Sf ^Enquiry   by the laying of a
���pbntravention of the code In
UlStlnS ^conspiracies in restraint ot
trMS .the   Interests   of   the   general
IBiately   it   is   practically   Im-
(the government of this pro-
_[ alone, to indict the Alberta
jaber   Dealers' Association, as
| conapiracy with the  Moun-
ManufacturerB'  AsBocIa
UIbIi   Columbia,  because   the
���atlon Is not within our Jur-
^Bd it must rest with Ihe gov*
^O   llrltlsh   Columbia   lo   lake
�� Mains!    lh.in.   If   they   consider
���ly to do so.    I say linfortiin-
���kise the judgment of a court
Mubject as to whether the ar-
^gexlsts between these two ns-
Ja Illegal and a contravention
**M anliui)   code,  would   go   to   lhe
���At WO* whole mailer.    This ques
H'er> wl" doubtless be decided
In the course of the prose*
Bbh tt is the intention of the
~^Mj lo Institute against the of
Bse  Alborta Lumber  Dealers'
taannliflns
"By   reason   of  the   fact   that   all   Hu*
MhtMts, Including the list  of lhe mem
Mraot the Alberta  Lumber  Dealers' As
���aelSttM, were handed bnck to the wit
bjr tbe speclnl commit lee of par-
���Bal were not printed In the re-
,*pBtt.ljt;'Ok* evidence, the government Is
UKMeiit in possession of evidence
ito   ^Bt firms compose thlB assoclu-
Bpject, however, of the prosecu-
fch as wo have already staled,
g before the courts the ques-
legallty of tills combination,
Ists. will be for practical pur*
clently decided by the Indict-
government proposes  to  lay
e executive officers of the as*
after   will  bo   taken   up   inland a charge laid as I have
Contract   Let   for   New   Branch    Frort
Moose Jaw to L*    _    *e.
Winnipeg. Aug. 5.���The % 1. let
it big  contract   this  morning   ft     'Ing
an extension of the line runnin,  v>    V
wesi   from   Moose  Jaw   on  the v\   -^
La.-oiuli.* and   Kdmonton.    Tin. line   .'-���*
be linm.'diui.'ly extended  northward  I*
tlie Soutli Saskatchewan river, crossing
It u short distance southwest of llanloy.
The contract has been awarded lo
J. li. McArtliur who will begin work
at mile post r.o nnd continue to mile
imst 12:1. Mr. .McArlbui* does not take
tlie contract for the erection of the
bridge across the river nor for the laying of the steel. For the seventy-three
miles it is estimated that the cost will
be In the neighborhood  of 1100,000.
Mr. McArtliur has already completed
nrraugemeills lo put a large force of
m.-n on his contract and operations wilt
be begun at several points,   a consider*
able proportion of the grading will be
completed (luring tiie next three months,
which is considered the most favorable
portion of the year for such work. The
construction of thiB extension will
mean much to lhe people of Cloose
1.11k*', who have conferred with William
Whyte several times in reference lo It.
The last time was a few days ago. and
Mr Whyte assured them then that
every effort would be made by the company to complete the rond lo the South
Saskatchewan this year. This deputation consisted of W. E. Knowles. M. P.
of Moose Jaw and Speaker Sutherland
of the Saskatchewan legislature.
PROSPECT FOR HEDLEY
Grading   From   Keremeos   Expected   to
Begin  at  Once���Engineers
Again In Fteld.
Medley. Aug. b.���The people of Medley are, fur the niont pftft, Hatlsfled that
the Ureal Northern Railway company
are not disposed to keep them waiting
any linuser for n railway than la nc^c-eH-
sary, any a the Hedley Gazette. Thin
week they have hud another evidence
of this in the appearance on the scene
of Mr. .1. II. Kennedy, chief engineer of
the V. V. &. E., who waa accompanied
by Mr. T. G. Gallagher, who was one
of lhe most prngreKstve of the aub-con-
tractora operating between Midway and
Molaon during the period of grading operations Ihore. The work done hy Gallagher's grading camjiH covered Home of
the heaviest work on the route, and particularly the portion of it from Myera
cret'k. along the ateep. rocky face of
the aouth hank of the main Rock creek
and in the vicinity of Saw creek and
Haker creek.
He has lately had part of his force engaged in Phoenix camp putting In a
Great Northern spur for one of the
mines, and aa that work Is nearing completion lo such an extent that the services of n. part of it at least can be dispensed with, they will be removed over
hero to push grading operations north
of   Keremeos.
Messrs. Kennedy and Gallagher came
Into Keremeos on Friday evening on a
special which waa bringing in supplies.
After consultation with the superintendent on track-laying, ballasting, etc.,
and inspection of the work, they proceeded up the river accompanied hy
C. A. StoesB to examine the route as far
north as Hedley, but as they had to
make hack to Keremeos to catcli the
work train returning to Oroville, which
leaves Keremeos about 5:.10, they were
obliged to cut short their stay while
here.
The piece of work which apparently
received ctosest inspection was the
rock work on the face of the bluff at
tho south end of Smeller Flat and Immediately eaat of the Hedley Lumber
company's sawmill, where lu nil probability Ihe  flint  work  will  be done.
Between here and Flfteeen Mile, and
particularly around Flfteeen Mile, there
will he a good deal of work, but below
that the work will be light, the bridges
over the Slmalkameen at Webater'a and
Ilruahy lint torn being the principal
features.
No definite date for arrival of the
working force wan mentioned, hut in
all probability the grading outfit will arrive at Keremooa hy rail from Midway
any day, and he teamed up lhe river to
prints where camps will be eatahllahed;
and it la not unlikely that the middle or
Auguat mny soe at least some of the
work under wny, and the grading force
Increased later, aa men become more
plentiful  after the harvest.
Killed by Mock Duck,
noston. Aug. 5.���Mock Duck, said to
be one of the leaders of the Hissing
Tong, was arrested In Qulncy today and
locked up here on a charge of being
concerned In the fatal shooting In
Chinutown, when three membera of the
On fcteong Tong, another Chinese secret
society, were killed. Mock Duck hnd a
revolver In hla clothes when arrested.
Seven of the ton Chinese who were said
to have taken part In tho shooting hnve
been apprehended.
FATALATTEMPT
Running Kootenay Rapids
Ends in Death
DaVID NOBLE DROWNED
Proposed Voyaging From Slocan Junction to Trail in Canvas Boat���
,0ne Swam to Safety.
Kootenay river has claimed another
life. Yesterday afternoon about 2
o'clock two men attempting to navigate
the Kootenay and Columbia from t-ilo
can Junction lo Trail in a collapsible
canvas boat, were thrown into the Kootenay a few miles above Its mouth, by
the caps zing of their boat, and one,
Uavid Noble, was drowned.
Duvld Noble, aBsayer and chemist at
Ihe Trail smelter of the Canadian Consolidated Mining and Smelting company,
and John Miller, superintendent of the
refinery of the same plant, came over
to Slocan Junction for the express pur
pose of running tbe rapids and travelling back to Trail by the rivers. They
spent Saturday evening at the Junction
aud yesterday at about 12:30 p. in. they
set out on their voyage, possibly not
realizing how dangerous It was.
After an hour and a half of good sport
wiih tbe river they passed Thrums and
were Into the bad water which goes almost to ihe confluence of the livers.
There were a few minutes of excited
stiuggllng with currents and eddies,
and their frail craft capslsed.
Neither could help the other in such
circumstances, and each struck out for
shore. Mr. Miller chose the south bank
as his objective and reached It after an
exhausting fight with tbe current and
undertow of the rapids.
When he looked back neither his late
companion nor the boat was anywhere
to be seen. He at once began a search
which he continued far Into the night
and resumed again this morning, not
now for n living comrade but for a lifeless body. Up to the time when the
train from Uossland passed tho spot this
morning his search had been vain.
David Noble came from Ottawa. Prior
to his acceptance of hlB position al
Trail he had been an engineer In the
service of the C. P. R. and later in the
Yukon. He was about 27 years of age
and unmnnled. He was a fine athlete,
a lacrosse and hockey player, an oarsman and a iiowerful swimmer. He was
extremely popular with all hla fellow-
workmen and with the whole population
of Trail, who will deeply regret his untimely death.
SAN  FRANCISCO'S  MUDDLE.
Appeals   In   Many   Courts  to   Find   Out
Who l�� Mayor.
San Francisco, Aug. 5.���A general,
movement along the line of battle will
be made today. It will extend from the
session of the grand Jury, which ts accumulating evidence against the officials
of the telephone company, to the state
supreme court, where the champions of
Mayor Edward Robertson Taylor are
lighting to establish the validity of his
appointing power. The task of Impanel
ling a Jury to try Theodore V. Hasley.
outside agenl of the Pacific Telephone
Co., on a charge of bribery, will be resumed before Judge Dunne, while Emile
M. Zininier. the vice president of the
corporation, will appear In the police
court for arraignment on a charge of
misdemeanor In refusing to testify at
the trial of Louis Glass.
The justices of the supreme court
will meet today lu regular session and
will take up the application of Harry
McKannny. Mayor Taylor's private.secretary, for a writ of mandamus compelling Auditor Horton to sign his aula-
ry demand. McKannay's petition Ib n
Bhort cut toward settling the queBtlon
of the validity of Taylor's tenure,
passed upon by Ihe highest state court.
The csbo of Louis Glass, vice president
of the telephone company, was set for
re-trlnl Wednesday, subject to possible
conlinunnce.
FRENCH   RAILWAY   HORROR.
Certainly Not.
Ottawa, Aug. 6��� Secretary of State
R. W. Scott says no government action
has been taken to plant the British flag
on IbIo Roynle and claim possession for
England. "There is nothing In any such
story," he said tonight when told of
the reported planting of the flag by
Captain Young.
Suspended Pilgrimages.
Rome, Aug. 5.���Pope Plus has directed the suspension of tho first of the
Jublleo pilgrimages to Rome, notably
two which were about to Blurt from
Prance. Tho dates when pilgrimages
will bo received by tho Pope will be In
1 future  decided by  circumstances.
Car   Full   of   Passengers   Plunged   Into
Waters  of   Loire.
Angers, France, Aug. G.���Forty passengers In a third class railway car
and the engineer of the train were
drowned Sunday ariernoon In a railway
accident three miles southeast of Ibis
town. The locomotive ot a crowded
local train jumped the track when entering the bridge over the River Loire
at Lea Fonts de Ce. The stone railing
gave way and the engine plunged Into
the river flity feet below dragging
down with It Its lender und lhe baggage and third class cars. No other
rars went Into the water, as the coupling between Iho second aud Ihlrd class
cars broke. Tbe conductor and the
tin-men were the only persons whose
lives were suved. They escaped by
swimming the third class car was well
rilled with passengers but although part
of Ihe roof was blown off by the con-
lined air as it sank, not a single passenger extricated himself but all were
drowned like rats in a trap. The engineer polished beneath the locomotive.
RAIDED SEAL ROOKERY
Japanese   Poaching   Schooners   Driven
From  Copper   Island by
Russian Guard.
Victoria, Aug. 6.���Advices have been
received of an attempted sealing raid by
the Japanese sealing schooners Kaki
Maru and Midori Marur on June 1st on
the seal rookery at Cooper Island,
guarded by Russians. The schooner
Kalkl Maru has returned to Noyoka,
Japan, and reported three of her sealing boatB and 12 men captured by Russians. The other Japanese sealing
schooner, the Midori Maru, which had
been anchored close to the Kalki Maru,
had been fired upon by the Russian
rookery guard and her mast had been
damaged by the shell fired from the
field gun on shore. Investigation by the
local authorities* sh-r-ws that the two
schooners had gone to Cooper Island to
raid the seal rookery and had been surprised by the Russian guard, which had
been strengthened and armed with a
field gun in addition to rifles since the
organized raid of several Japanese sealing vessels before. One of the Japanese
was shot and 12 captured from Kalkl
Maru. It Is not known yet what befell
the Midori Maru crew.
KING  OF  SIAM   IS  ILL.
Chulalongkorn   Attacked   by   Malaria���
His Jewelry   Fad.
Berlin, Aug. 5.���King Chulalongkorn.
of Slam, who arrived here on bts tour
of Europe has had to call in physicians
to attend him. He has been Indisposed
for several days, it is reported, as a result of an acute attack of malaria.
The king, who has a fad for jewelry,
is credited with having spent (2,500,000
for gems in the course of his European
tour. A London firm has sold to the
king jewels valued at $625,000. In
Frankfort the king spent (500,000 for
Jewelry.
Fire Chiefs Organizing.
The question of organizing a provincial iu sedation of Ure chiefs and firemen has been receiving a great deal ol
consideration from the heads of fire de
partments In this section of the province. The adjacent country has organized and it was considered advisable to
hold a meeting in Nelson, B. C, on the
18th of September to bring together
those Interested. A constitution and by
laws have been prepared. Several matters of paramount Importance to Are
protection and of benefit to the various
departments will be discussed. The
constitution allows also the presence of
a member from each department, from
the ranks, to consider and advise on the
wants and  affairs   of  the  members.
Prospective Coal Strike.
Pittsburg. Aug. 5.���Today promised to
bring developments In the controversy
between the local district of the United
Mine Workers and the Pittsburg Coal
Co. From Indications at a late hour
last night there Is every expectation
of a sympathetic strike being called
some time there. The strike will be
confined to employees of the Pittsburg
Coal Co., according to an official of the
company last night, who at this time refuses to be quoted. Either President
Feehan. of tho local lodge, must modify
demands or the company must concede,
and Ihe latter step, It was said, was Impossible. Feehan, on the other hand,
claims thnt he hns Incorporated nothing
In his complaint that cannot be considered, according to the terms of the
scale agreement.
"King of the Cattle Ring."
The above company arrived from
Procter this afternoon and will give a
performance In a lent thla evening. The
production is said to be rather Interesting.
The Juvenile Bostonians.
This organization will again visit
NelHon,N beginning a three-nights' engagement, August 16. Since Its Inst
appearance here the company has been
strengthened both as to principals and
chorus.
LITTLE ROMANCE
British Army Described
From Within
FEW CARE TO RE-ENLIST
Force and Hanger the Only Efficient
Recruiting Sergeants���Dark
Picture Drawn.
London, Aug G.���H. W. Nevlson, who
has bad a wide experience In the British army, makes some pungent remarks
on that army in a review of tbe book
"John Bull's Army From Within," by
Robert Edmondson, a former Bergeant
in a famous cavalry regiment. He says:
"Except in the United States and our-
Belves, all nations trust to force to fill
the ranks of their regular armies. What
the United States trust to I do not know
from first hand knowledge. We In Great
Britain and Ireland trust to hunger. 1
do not mean that without force or hunger there will be no soldier in the
world, but I do mean that without one
or the other of these grim recruiting
sergeants no nation could maintain even
a skeleton of its present military
strength for a single year. Most nations use force;  we use hunger.
"At one time I was engaged In passing the rich into the army as officers,
and the great triumph of my life was
when I got tbe stupldist man I have
ever known Into the Foot Guards, where
he was conspicuous for his weather rather than his stupidity. Afterward for 15
years 1 belonged Co a service that
brought me into close touch with a
class that supplies the ranks.
"In that time I passed more men into
the regular army than the most persuasive recruiting sergeant in St. George's
barracks, and I never knew one who enlisted unless he was out of work and
likely to remain so. Every man and
boy who passed through my hands into
tho army was driven to it by hunger.
Mr. Edmonson maintains that 80 per
cent of our soldiers enlist In the army
through hunger. My experience puts
the percentage higher."
Another passage, after a sarcastic reference to Rudyard Kipling's raving
about the "lordliest life on earth," says:
"Let us remember that the short service scheme of 1903 absolutely broke
down, because after three years of the
lordliest life on earth hardly a soul
would reenllst. Let us remember that
of these recruits one in ten deserts
rather than endure it longer, and that
suicides In the army are nearly four
times the number of suicides In civil
life.
"So long as-officers enter the army as
the best of all sporting clubs, while we
treat the Tommys as refugees In a superior workhouse, all of Secretary of
War Haldane's manipulation of figures
and organizations can produce no genuine reform.*'
Need Federal Troops.
El Paso, Tex., Aug. 5.���The supreme
federal court, sitting in Juarez, for tht
investigation of whoesale smuggling
investigation of wholesale smuggling
terday handed down charges against
Mayor Sllano Montez, who disappeared
on Monday night of last week, of smug
gling 20 cars of wheat, upon which
charges he Is liable to duties and pen
altles amounting to $00,000 and 12
years' Imprisonment. Other charges
much more serious, are pending
against Montez. There is no abatement
of the excitement and It has been found
necessary to call for reinforcements ol
federal troops for gunrds over the
prlBon.  courts  and  seized  property.
Simple Defence.
Chicago, Aug. 5.���Denial of any violation of tho Elklns law, will be the defence entered by A. Booth & Co., the
fish corporation, when brought to trial
In the United States court of indictments for accepting rebates, which
were returned Saturday by a federal
grand jury, according to a statement
made by Justus Chancellor, counsel for
ihe Booth company.
Richard Mansfield Retires.
I.akc Saranac, Aug. 6.���The continued
Illness of Richard Mansfield, tho actor,
since his return from Europe has
aroused some apprehension as to the
effect on his stage career. Mr. Mansfield has been advised to take a complete rest and to free his mind entirely
from business cares and professional
matters.
LIKES NAME OF THIEF.
Rockefeller,    Interview   In   Church,   Is
Quite Cheerful.
Cleveland, Aug. 5.���If Judge Landls'
decision has been a great blow to John
D. Rockefeller, he does not show It.
Bright, almost blithe, and with a joke
on his II ps as he spoke of It, be attended
service at the Euclid avenue Baptist
church yesterday.
"There is nothing to say about the
decision, is there?" he queried good
naturedly when pressed to discuss it.
Then he backed away from his interviewer and up the church aisle to a
sure position, lingering just long enough
to Impress upon their minds the necessity of being prompt tomorrow in keeping their engagement with him lo play
golf. "I am an early riser," he said with
a laugh. "I suppose you newspaper
men think 8 o'clock is an unearthly
hour, but you know it was the early
bird  that   was   caught.
"I find that hour, however, the best
to meet my friends," he continued, more
.seriously, "about the best time for conversation is during a golf game. There
are many excellent golfers In Cleveland
and I hnve been quite happy with them
I assure you." He shook hands with a
friend whom he had not seen for some
time and Inquired where he had been.
"I have just come from North Carolina, Mr. Rockefeller." the man replied,
"they are going after the combines
down there, too"
The oil magnate smiled slightly, replying, "Keeping them going all along
the line." He stepped Into his automobile with the Rev. Mr. Wilson,, whom
he entertained at dinner.
MIDSUMMER REGATTA
New Canadian Liner.
London. Aug. 5.���Harland & Wolff
nre building the steamer Dominion for
the Liverpool-Canada service, wherein
the new combination turbine and reclp-
ro a'lng engines aro adopted. Tbe
steamer has three distinct installations
of machinery and three propellers.
Programme   of   Aquatic   Sport, te  Be
Held  Thursday   Afternoon-
Many Competitors.
Thursday afternoon of this week the
people of Nelson will have an opportunity of seeing a regatta in their home
waters. The programme -ill be sufJI-
clently varied to provide continuous Interest and every effort will be made to
avoid, by alteration ot dissimilar events,
the long and tedious intervals which
used to mar the boat club regattas.
The official programme has not been
drafted yet, but will be completed as
soon as the time for entries has expired for tbe lapsteak and single scull
events. In the miscellaneous events,
as usual, post entries will be accepted.
The participation of ladles has been
provided for by the Inclusion in the list
of canoe races of ladies' doubles and
mixed doubles. There will also be double and single canoe races for members, and swimming and tilting competitions. The executive of the club has
arranged for prizes for all these events.
The chief features of the programme,
however, will be the single sculls race,
and the lapstreak fours. This ia the
first season that any degree of attention
has been paid to single sculling. The
club's equipment In this respect Is better than ever before, and many of the
members have gone in for what ts,
after all, the supreme test of individual
proficiency.
In the lapstreak races there will be at
least four entries, which will provide
three races. If there are more entries,
more races will be required and the
final may not be reached on Thursday.
The Nelson boat club Is now the holder
of the Junior Fours championship. The
oarsmen who won that distinction for
the club are now seniors and disqualified from junior events. If they are all
available next year Nelson's chance for
the senior championship will be excellent. But In the meantime a new four
must be developed to defend the cub
that now belongs to Nelson. That
should, and undoubtedly will, be sufficient spur to all the oarsmen to do their
best to qualify for the honor of maintaining Nelson's prestige. The honor
Is appreciated by the members and
there are already enough keen oarsmen
In training to assure spectators a series
of close contests In that department of
the regatta.
Next Fight.
Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 5.���Joe Gans
arrived from San Francisco yesterday
and immediately went to Arcadia.
Lucky Baldwin's ranch, where he donned his training togs and started to conditions himself for his coming bal lie
with Goorge Memslc, tho Chicago boy,
which Is scheduled for August 16. Gans
Is accompanied by his trainer and a
coriis of assistants.
German Steamer Lost.
Muscat, Arabia, Aug. 5.���The German
steamship Teutonln. from Bassorah, Asiatic Turkey, for Hamburg was totally
wrecked on July 20th on the southeast
coast of Arabia. Sixteen members ot
the crew are believed to have been lost.
They left the wreck in boats and have
not  since  been   heard   from.
Three Weeks of Racing.
New York, Aug. 5.���The Saratoga
, racing season will begin today with the
** running of the $10,000 Saratoga Handicap as the feature of the opening of the
meeting, which, in 22 days of racing,
will distribute more than a quarter ol
a mil ion dollars In prizes.
MOORS JLARMED
French Demonstration Is
Effective
FLEEING FROM RAISULI
Tribesmen Urge Surrender of Caid Sir
Harry MacLean���Business in
Towns Suspended.
Tangier, Aug. 6.���Up to noon Sunday
no further advices had been received
from Casa Blanca. The arrival there
of the French cruiser Galilee last Wednesday made a good Impression but the
Europeans were still greatly excited
as 2000 Arab horsemen were in sight of
the city. The commander of the Galilee
offered to bombard the town but the
foreign consuls prevented this action.
All foreign business houses and the
banks are closed and business Is at a
standstill. The Italian cruiser Etna
with the Italian minister aboard haa arrived at Casa Blanca. The excuses presented by the emissary of Mohammed
EI Torres, foreign representative of the
sultan, for the disturbances at Casa
Blanca have been received here with
derision. There is no confirmation of
the report that the Zaer tribesmen
threaten to attack the town ot Rebat.
In spite of his wounds, tt is reported
that General Baggatl. head of the government force operating against the
bandit Ralsull, In an endeavor to rescue
Cald Sir Hurry MacLean, Is pre*Jflng on.
It Is said the tribesmen are frightened
at the manner In which Bagatti is sack-
ins; and burning villages and are negotiating with Ralsull for the release of
MacLean.
Official advices received here say that
the Shereeflan troops have attacked and
burned the village of Huuta, near Ral-
BUli's abode.
It Is now transpires that when, on
July 27, the Kmas tribesmen demanded
that Raisull surrender Sir Harry Mac-
Lean because they feared an attack by
the sultan's troops, Raisull suddenly
vanished .taking MacLean with him Into
the hills where he left him in charge or
his (Ralsuli's) brother. Maclean then
was badly treated but after five days
was brought back again. Negotiations
for his release continue.
Poor but Proud.
Rome, Aug. 5.���Oulda refuses to receive offerings sent to her by the Italians. She tears up the bank notes and
throws the pieces In the street. The
Tribuna publishes a letter from the
mayor of Massarosa, who says ho vainly attempted to deliver to her $12 offered by one of the Trlbuna's readers,
and It warns Italians not to show generosity towards an ungrateful foreigner.
It concludes by quoting the proverb
that charity begins at home.
Will Be Believed of Course.
Boise, Aug. 5.���Harry Orchard will
repudiate his confession, and will be defended by the firm of Root A Breen, of
Buute, when he Is arraigned for trial
in the district court of Canyon county at
Caldwell for the murder of ex-Governor
Steunenberg. This startling assertion
was made yesterday by men close to the
Moyer-ltaywood-Pettlbode defence, and
circumstances Indicate almost beyond a
doubt Its truth.
Laundry Machinery Combine.
New Aug. 5.���The news of the formation of a combination or makers of laundry machinery has been received In the
financ'al district with Interest, and as
It Is the flrst combination that has gone
through safely. It is stated. In several
months. Its authorized capital Is $12,-
5000.000, of which $2,500,000 Is preferred
stock.
Copper Declining.
Today, for the first time In many
months, the American quotation of casting copper Is below 20 cents a pound.
It Is noteworthy that exp-erts on copper
still declare that there Is absolutely no
ground. In the relation of visible supply to prospective demand for any decline from the high price reached, **.."> t
cents.
Prices ef Metals.
New York, Aug. 5.���Sliver, 69%c;
copper,   19T4c;   lead, $6.25.
London, Aug. 5.���Bank holiday; no
quotations.
Visit Spain  Next.
Bordeaux,    Aug.    6.���The    Japanese
squadron  has left here for  San Sebastian, Spain. t^TMW<
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Monday,   August  5,   1907.
A    HUMILIATING    POSITION.
After the echoes of the last hurrahs
for Wilfrid Laurier's return to Canada
have died away even his own followers
will begin to take a calm survey of his
performance abroad, and of what Canada has gained or  lost by it.
The purpose of the Conferences between statesmen of the Mother country
and of the self-governing colonies is to
seek and p-srfeol meani of co-operation
among them, and in time to convert
What is now a loose association of self-
governing peoples into one organic-
whole. Each ��step in advance must be
made voluntarily by each nation. That
was accepted as an axiom at the first
conference. As the interests of the parte
are diverse it requires statesmanship
and devotion to the Imperial Idea] to
pave the way for each advance.
Unfortunately the issues have been
obscured by Mr. Chamberlain's crusade
for inter-Iiuperial preferential tariffs,
Piohably a zollverin of the kind he
proposes will corne wiih ihe years. The
colonies are all Protectionist and the
Mother Country cannot much longer
support the burden of free Import! and
slaughter markets.
But at the best, fiscal union is only a
means to an end, aud it was most unfortunate that the end should be obscured by an initial disagreement about
the means.
The really important consideration
lor statesmen of the Empire is the organization of its strength to resist attack. It. Is vulnerable at a thousand
points. An insignificant enemy might
do Incalculable damage at one unguarded   S]K>t.
It iB not to be thoughl of tha Unpeople of the "dominions beyond the
seas," constituting, in the self-governing colonies, one fourth of the British
population of the Empire, nre to leave
to the Inhabitants of the home iHlunds
the whole burden of Imperial  defence.
The answer that in time of danger
the daughter nations wiij rally to the
aid of the home land is wholly illusory.
In the South African War the entire
contribution of men from the colonies
including those actually invaded by the
enemy was less than 30,000 men, not
one-twelfth of the force required. Of
those Canada furnished less than 3,000,
and refused to pay even those few.
What is of still greater importance, and
not much less discreditable, the colonial soldiers, especially the Canadians,
required six months training in the field
before they were ready for the firing
line.
Such colonial aid, offered for a really
formidable struggle with a first-class
power would be absurd. If the Empire
is to endure there must be far better
orgaaadation, and more loyal co-operation than was shown then.
So far, the British ministers have
never pressed upon colonial attention
tbe question of military organization.
.They expressed no regret when the
Canadian government decided that a
volunteer chief of staff would do instead
of a veteran officer. But they have
asked for Colonial co-operation for
naval defence. The response has been
favorable from all  but Canada.
That w-as the most. Important, almost
the only important, question raised at.
the late conference, and on it Sir Wilfrid Laurier's 'reply was a blank negative. The excuses offered by him, If
sincere, were puerile. If he really
thinks lhat the Canadian constitution
would be violated by any undertaking of
his. or hy his even expressing approval
of the proposal* he has the simple remedy of proposing it himself In the Canadian parliament and making Canada's
contribution purely voluntary.
To say that Canada cannot draw
closer to the rest of the Empire without
losing her own freedom is either insincere or childish. Is British Columbia
less free because It is part of Canada,
nr California less free because 11 is one
of the United States? That kind of argument will surely not beguile even
Canadian Liberals.
That Canadians do feel the humiliation the country has Buffered from the
act of its premier is evident from the
OOmmentfl of the Eastern preBH. Liberals are fond of quoting the Toronto
News when it criticizes Conservative
public   men.     We   subjoin   the   News'
criticism or Sir Wilfrid Laurier's attitude on the only important question before the conference, presumably therefore the achievement for which he expects   applause:
At the Imperial Conference Australia
and Soutli Africa were In favor of establishing local naval forces. New
Zealand desired to help in the work of
defence, hut was undecided whether to
adopt the new principle of local forces
or to stick to tlie old plan of oonetri-
butlng to the navy. Canada refused to
do anything. Sir Wilfrid Laurler argued
that we have to put our energy into
public works, and Mr. Brodeur submitted an argument, which surely cannot
be taken seriously, that in policing our
fisheries, charting our coasts and establishing u wireless telegraphy system
for the benefit of shipping, we are adding to the war strength of the Empire.
Putting Bfilde Mr. Brodeur's argument
as frivolous, it appears that Canada's
official position is tbat she is too absorbed In public works to spare any
money for naval defence. The old "taxation without representation" objection
has disappeared, for the Mother Country
and the other Dominions across the
Seas came to a complete understanding in favor of local forces. The Admiralty is now making of us the request
which the War Office made in 1S70. Just
as we then agreed to keep up a iniiitia
to provide for the local land defence,
we now are asked to maintain a local
force lor coastal defence under our own
control. Canada's reply is that she is
too tansy with her public works, and
cannot afford to do so.
It Is to be noted that Australia, New
Zealand and South Africa all have the
same need for public works. Indeed, it
is a greater need for none of them are
as prosperous as Canada, and Australia
and South Africa are dependent to au
extent unknown here upun railway communication. Vet they are wiling to do
something for their coastal defence. If
anything, Canada is better able to afford  the expenditure than any.
The expense would not be formidable
in this day of hundred-million sessions.
The Australians went to the conference
with a plan for a flotilla of 124 torpedo
vessels, entailing a capital expenditure
of ��2,250,000, or $10,800,000, spread
over five years, and an annual cost of
maintenance, when complete, of ��167,*-
970, or rather over $800,000. The admiralty made a counter-suggestion that
the local naval force should consist
largely of submarines. Each submarine
costs at present about $400,o0o, and half
a dozen���say one nt Belle Isle, two at
Sydney, one or two at the Bay of Kun-
dy���would keep hostile warships well
out in the Atlantic. Such a force would
cost only $2,4000,000 in capital expenditure, or a quarter of the expenditure
Australia is offering to take on herself.
To keep these vessels up, and to train
a naval militia, need not add more than
half a million to our present militia expenditure.
It remains to be seen whether the
country relishes Sir Wilfrid Laurier's
declaration that Canada Is too poor to
protect her own coasts and too absorbed in transportation problems to increase her defence expenditures by a
few hundred thousands a year for a
naval  militia.
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Notice to Delinquent Co Owner.
To Charles 0, Blrapeon, or any other person
to whom he may have transfe* red his interest In
tlie "May Blossom" mineral elalm, situated nn
Hrown Mountain, two and a halt miles southwest ol Ymlr, in the Nelaon Mining DIvIfJod, of
Went Kootenay Dlstri-t, ami recorded lu the
Recorder's ofllee, for tbe NePon Division.
You ***nd each oi you are hereby notified that
I have expended two hundred and Ave dollars
(2Ofi.O0> in labour and Improvement! upon tbe
above mineral elalm tn order to hold the same
under the provisions o( the Mineral Aet. and If
within ninety dayi from the date of this not lee
you fail or refuse io contribute your portion of
the expenditure, (which .*.*- one hundred and two
fifty dollars (SMUD) lor the two years ending
nth May. 1S-W7,) together with ah costs of adver
Using, vour Interest in the said claim will become the property of the undersigned under
See. 4 of an Act entitled : "An Ac; to Amend the
Mineral Act, 1W�� "
Dated at Ymir, B. 0 . 16th May, 1907.
JOHN F HARBOTTLE
IN THE MATTER of the "Rivers and
Streams Act" and amendments
thereto,
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of an Application of
The Canadian Pacific Timber
Company,  Limited.
Notice !��� hereby given that 60 days after date
Tbe Canadian Pacific'' imlier Company, Limited,
Intends to submit to the Honor-Able Chief Com-
mliBsoner of l^ands and Works a nr poaal under
the provisions of the "Klvers ana Btreanm Act"
and amendments thereto, for the right to Improve Trout creek and Its tributaries from the
sources of such ereek and tributaries to the point
where the same flows into Tnnit lake In the District of West Kootenay, aud to remove obstructions therefrom Hnd make the same fit for driving, storing, sorlinir and booming logs, rafts and
crafts, and the fluming of lumber thereon, also
lor the rieht to eolle-L tolls thereon.
Tbe lands affeetei are Crown laud**, and Lots
770, 7900. 7��51, 77'/, 771 7CJ, 762 and 190, all In
Group 1, West Kootenay.
Dated this HOth day of May, 1907.
THK CANADIAN  PACIFIC TIMBER
COMPANY, LIMITED.
bv their solicitor, B. M. Macdonald.
For Sale
House, 5 rooms and bath;  close in $1600
16  lots  on   Innis   St.   for       $450.00
6?4 Acres within mile of centre
of City, suitable for market
garden Terms   given
160 Acres on Kootenay river,
good springs, first-class railway   service $3,000
P. B.  LYS
Real   Estate  and  General  Agent.
We.t Baker Street. NELSON, B. C.
Ill
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Agent for Tniscoti Launches
aud Deterborn ( nn... -
Fluent Lot of Bests in B C.
H.   U.   LIINDSAV
Foot of Josephine Bt
W.    a.    GILLETT
Contractor   *hm��J
Builder.
Sole agent for the Porto Hi< > Lun ber ��"o., Ltd.,
retail yards. Rough and dressed ��� . **������ ber, '.urned
work and brackets. Coast latli an 1 ih ingles, sash
and doors, ('ement, brick and lime lor sale
A u tomatlc grinder.
Yard and factory: v.-n    - Bt    east of Ball
rvB-usorv, B. C.
P. O. Box 282. Telephone 178
TIMBER NOTICES.
t ol West Kootenay.
i Andrew Kosr, uf
DU ui.-. IO apply fur
r the following des
poll planted   about
���i'   ooundarv
. '-st of the K note tit. y
���ortb of the norto-
ce   Ko.   HOO",   thence
l BQ chains, thence
i *> ehains to point
��� training dtu acrw,
Nelson I -.'.'I District.   Distr
Take no lire that Villi..*
Fernle, B C . hotel keeper.
n special limber llcenee oi
i-r2oed lands!
No. 1 ��� Commencing at h
three ml e* uorth of the inn
line, and about eight miles
river, and about two mile
west corner of timber lli>*i
north 80 chiiius, thence e��
sonth vi chains, thence we
of commencement, aud ������
more or less.
Located 12th June 1907.
No. 2.~Commencing at a post planted at th
���.ontti' a��t corner of William A Bom*1 No. 1 claim
and about two miles nortli ot lite N. W corn- r
.d timber licence No ��*"". thence u-irth 80
chains, thence west 80 chain*-., thence south 80
chains, thenoe east B0 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or
lean.
Located 12th June. 1907.
No 3. -Coramenelng at a post planted near
Bridge creek, about one tn i t ���-.������:��� ��� the northeast corner of William A. Ross's No. 1 claim,
and about Ave miles north of the international
boundary line, tbenee nurtn mo chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, tbence
cast ho chains to the point of (-ommencement.
aud containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located 12th June. 11407.
No. 4.���Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge creek at the southeast corner of William
A hoss' No 3 claim, thenee north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thenee south SO chains,
thence west 80 chains to the point ol commencement, and containing 6(0 acre*, more or leas.
Ixx-ated 12th June, 1S07.
No. ft���(-ommencing at a post planted near
Bridge creek, at the soutneaot corner of William
A. Koss' No. 3 claim, tlience south mo chains,
thence wesi 80 chaina. thence north HOchalns,
then'-e east 80 chains to the point of coin in ���-to <--
ment, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located 12lh June. 11*U7.
No. 6���Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge creek, at the southeast corner of William
A. Boss' No. 3 claim, Iheuce south HO cbalna.
theme east 80 chains, thenee n-rth no chain-.
thence wesi 80 chains to the point of commence-
ent, and cout*inin
Located tMtOt �����������*, ^^^^^^^^
No. 1.���Commencing at a post planted about
one mile south of the southeast coruer of William
A Rosa' No. ft claim and about two miles north
of the international boundary Hut, thence north
HO chains, thence west hu chains, theuee south hu
chains, thence east ho chains to the point ...
commencement, and containing MO acres, more
or less.
Located the 12th of June  1907.
No. 8,���Commencing at a post planted at the
sou heast corner of William A. Hois' Nu. 7 claim
thence north ho chains, tbence east 80 chains,
thenoe south 80 c ihIiin, theuee west 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 040
acres, more or less.
Located the 12th dav of June. IW7.
Dated this Ub day of July. 1907.
William Andrew Kohs
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenav
Take notice shat 1'aul August fauls' n. of Kitchener. B.C, occupation  lumberman,   inieiids
to apply tor a special timber Ueeiioe over tbe foi-
Kail way, tnence following said right-of-way in a
north-easterly direnion   to place of commeni*
ment. and containing 6��0 acrea, more or leas.
Dated JulVJnd, 19U7.    PATH. August Pa-pi-son.
Notice Is hereby given tbat 00 davs after date I
intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and w'orks for permission to puri hHse
the following described lands, situated in West
Kootenay district: Commencing at a |mm1 marked by name m�� initial poMt of the Booth Fork
branch, one hundred feet from the junction ot
U>sl creek with the south fork; thence one-
quarter mile to the north west corner post, the net-
one mile to the uortheart corner pout, thence
one-quarter mile to the southeast corner poit,
thence one mile to the place of commencement
j one 27,1907. Located by WW. Connolly
Notice is hereby given that 80 days after dale i
intend to make application to the Honorable the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work*., Victoria, B. c , f m special licence to cut timber on
the lollowlng described lands in West Kooteuay
district: Commencing at a post situated on
Blueberry creek, about "Four miles from its mouth
and adjoining !he N. W. corner of my applies
tlon No. l, thencu south 80 chains, (hence win
80 ehains, Iheuce north 80 chains, thenee east 80
Kojunhon.
chains to polut of commencement.
Dated May I&tb, 1907. K. .W
Nelson Laud DUtrlot District oldest Kootenay
Take notice that Moore, Kepple A ��� o., of car.
land, Penn , occupation lumbermen, Intends to
apply tor a special timber licence over the foi.
lowing described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on Mosquito creek, on the west side of
Arrow lake, and about one half mile west of the
southwest eorner of timber limit No 4877. thence
north H'l chains, tlience west 80 chains, thenoe
south 80 chains, thence eait no chains to point ol
commeneemeut. aud containing MO seres, more
or less.
Dated 16th. July, 1907       Moor*, Kei-i-lk A Co.
John K. (Jalkinb Ageut.
Nelson Land District   District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Voore. Kepple A Co., of-rjar.
land, Perm , occupation   lumbermen,   Intend to
apply ior a special   timber lleence over the  following described lands:   Commencing at a post
planted on Mosquito creek, *tl   the west side of
Arrow lake, and about one half mile west, of the
southwest comer of timber limit No. 4877, theuee
���outh 80 chains, IheACS  west HOchalns,   thence
north 80 chsins, thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement, and  containing M0 acres, more
or less.
Daled Lfjtb July, 1907.     Moors, Kspclb A Co.
John K. Calkihi, Agent.
FRED IRVIINE <& CO'Y
Bargains in
Embroidery
Wash Belts
100 Doz. Fancy White WashBelts
Regular Price 50cts    '7^-.    T?^ ^.t
We Se'l Them at . .    ^C    -CaCh
FRED IRVIINE <& CO'Y
N. ."in i ������.'. : Dlstr*l t   District oi w',-i k."'it-nay
Take notice thai William Ainirvvt Komi., of
Ferule, Il ("., hotel keeper, iuI*��� nd**��� 10 apply ior a
special Umber llcenee over the following described  lands:
No   1     Commencing   al a   pout   plauted  about
�������� ci-Hiii-. . .1-* <���! :N. northeast ��� ��� ��� - . iui��t
licence So. tOTt, and about BO ehalni north of the
northern boundary Ol tinilx-r llceOCi No 807)1,
and about 12 miles went of tfts koot.-nay river,
and aboOt two ami a half inlli-f north of lhe;iu-
ternati'ina.   boun-'ary   Hue,    m   the   District  Ol
Wast KooU'tir-iv, thenoe iouth ���>chains, thence
west ho chains, thenos nortli ni chains, tbence
east 80 chains to the ["dtit of commencement,
containing M0 sir.-*, mors or LSSS.
Located Uth JttOS. ttffl.
No i. -CommennfM nt a post planted at tlie
northeast cortn-r id ^ illiam A Koss's No 1 claim
and attout onetnth Dorth of the northern boundary of timber llcenee N" ht: thence south ho
chains, thanes easl B < ��� balna, thou s north so
(hams, ihenee weat SO rhaina to tin- -fK.int of
commencement, ami roiiUtug t>*0 a< res, more or
less
[fOOatol Uth of June. 1907
William Ant-Kiw Hot-s.
Dated this4th of Tn"y, IVT.
Ht 1-oti Land District.   District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that George Alexander, of Kaslo,
B C, lntendi 'n apply for �� ipsrlaJ iim^-r
Uoenoe over tiie lollowlng -.It'scnoe-d lauos:
Commencing at a p"*-! planted at tbe northac-st
oornsi <>i tot Hon IS. ��� owushlp 7, Kooteuay dis
trtet. bi-llig alaitit one-third of a mile south of
tbe south boundary line of tbe Indian receive;
thenos MUth ala>ut Zb chains to the easterly
hank of Kootenay rlter; theuee -.,*:.*..������*���.
aloug kooteuay river hank about 60 chains to
tbe south iHnindary ol Section 12. Iownahlp ':
thenee easterly about bo cbalus to the uorthweil
corti.T of Lot Al; tbence north 80 chains along
the irsst '.��� .:.'���*.- . of Dot 81.'; tbence we��t tu
chalua to the point of commencement, aud containing Mo snrss. more or leas
Dated Julv 4. 1907- Lsoaoi AtMXAMtMtA
Nelson 1 and DUmct.  District <d West KooU'Uay.
lake notice that   Krau   MrOelland   Fraser, ol
Fernie, B. 0-, (dork, intends t<u apply for a special
Llosnee   ors��   the   EoUowfag   imsiiiflisil   lauds:
i'"iomenelng al a post planted atantt seven
miles WSSl nf thi Kootenay river, aud about one
mile north of the international boiiudary line,
and attout one and a , m.i i.-r uorth-easterly from
the uorth euil coriu t of timber licence No.  tat'.:.
thsnos south 80 ehains, thonce ��eatao chains,
thence norih ���� chains, tbence east so chains to
poiut of commencement, aud cun tain ins ^Vi
u* res, more or less.
Located l-'th, of June. 19U7.
���     ���.--���.���..    i   ; .���.  Fkasks.
Dated this 8th of Jul). 1907.
Take noUos that Q   ('. Clark, ol Nelson. B. C,
saloon keeper, intends to apply for a special timber licence over the lollowlug described land :
CommeuciUK at a post planted on Morumg
Mountain, ahout one mile west of -tn> Iter creek,
and a-ijoining C. C Clark's location for timber
licence No l, and about one mile south of Nelson, thence west ho i liilns. thence aoutb 80
chains, Iheuce east 80 chains, thencs north 80
chains to pliu>- ol tieginnlug.
Dated July l����lh, 19U7 G   C. Class,
Davii> Booth, Agent
Ncl*.on Land District. District of West Kootenay
lake notice that Frank Flanagan. A 8 Klder,
and K. W. Smith, ol tfpokalie. Wash , o-tvupatloo
rain-hen>, intend to apply for a special limber
UosnoS over the following '.. -��� - :i..- t laoda:
Coinmenclug at a [>ost planted at tbe sou l iiea��t
coruer, about six miles from tbr Kootenay river,
ou the west side, tbeuee north 8" chains, thenee
west 80 r-halns, thence south so chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement, aud
coutainlug (>*) acrei, more or less.
hated July LUh. 1907. FsaKK PlAJUAAjL
A  8. Kuiih,
K   W. Hmitk, Agent for Appli  anu.
Nelson Land District DtStrtot of West Kootenay
Take notioe lhat Frank Flanagan, A .-. >.i:.r.
and K. W. Hmlth, Hpokane, Wash , occupation
rancher*, Inteud to apply for a special tlmner
licence over ihe fol'owtng le.- 11 ���������������i lands;
Commencing m a post planted one mile north
aud one mli<c east of poal NoJ, which poit Is
about six mili*s from the KoorFnay river, ou the
west side, thence north 80 chains, tbence west so
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence eait 80
chains to '���������:.������.: of commencement, aud contain-
iUK MO acres, more or leal.
Daled July !*".**     1907. FbanK Flawaoaic,
A. 8    >IMB,
K. W. Hmith, Agenl for Applicant!.
Nelson Land Dlstrlot Dlstrictof Went Kootenay
lake DoUos thai K- *���"��� Hmith, Frank Klana-
giiD, aud A. B. Bid*, r, of Hpokane, Wash., occupation ranchers, inteud to apply for a special
timber licence over lhe following described
lauds: Commencing at a post planted at tbe
southwest coiner, sbout eight miles from the
Kooteuay river, on the well side, and about
three ml'ei north of the international boundary
line, ou tlie west bank of Bridy creek, ou the
north fork, i bence north SO chains, tnence east
80 chains, theuee sonth 80 chaini, thence wesl 80
chaine to point of coiiiini-iiceineut, and containing M0 ufrcH, mote or less.
Dated Juh-lHth, 1907. K.W"  Hmith,
I'htNh  Flak a oak,
A. H   KLi'SK,
K. W. HMITH, Agent
Nelson I snd District District of West Kootenay
lake notice that K.W. Hmlth, Frank Flaria-
giui. and A. H Flder, of Hpokane, Wash, oecu
pai ion rniichers, Intend to apply for a special
limber licence over the following described
lands: Commencing ata post planted at the
southeast corner, uout oifht miles from the
Koutonay rivi-r. on the west side, and about
three miles north of the international boundary
line, on tlie west bank of Hrldg creel, on the
ii'irth lork, tbence north 80 chains, thenc*. west
H>i ehains. thence south 80 chain*. UMBOS east 80
��� ��� n..... to point of commencement, and ctmtaln-
iiik t.40 acn s, more or less
Dated July 19th, 1907. K. W. Hmith,
I   LAM.    1   I.AVAMN,
A.  U    hLbSR,
K. W. KlilH, Agent.
Take notice that SO days alter date I intend to
apply to thu Hon the ' hi'f Commissioner of
Lands and Work?, Victoria, for jterinlaslou to
cut and carry away timber from the following
descried land, in West Koot* n��y:
No. 1. Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of tlmncr license SMC, thencu
well 80 ehnins. tbence south 80 chalua, theace
east 80 chains, thenco north 80 chains lo place of
commencement.
Dated May HI, 1907.       J. T. HriWK-M, Locator.
J W   Colrttrn, Agent.
No. 2. Commencing al a post planted at the
southeast corner of upplicatlou No. 1, thence east
HO chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains theuee south 80 chains to place of commencement
Dated May 81.1007.       J T. Burursh, Locator.
J. W. Coi-nrsN, Agent.
Nelnon Land Distrlcl District of West Kootcnsy
Take notice that Fan I Auaust I'auison, ol Kit
chener, H, C, occupation lumberman, intends
toapply for a special timber licencn over the following described lands: I ommencing atapost
phioted at lh" southwest corner of mir\eyed lol
788.-(��.], thence east 40 ehalni, thence north N
cLalns, theucecaitto t esoiitheailcornerof said
lot, thence north to the northeast oorner of said
lot, thence cast te the west boundary of pre-nmp
tlon No. 092, thenoe south to ths north boundary
of tlmlier licence No. 8MB, thence west along
said north boundary to the northwest cornerof
said licence, thenos south to the north boundary
fd timber licence No 7018 thence west to �� point
due south of commencement, thenco norlh to
point ol commencement, and coutalulng 640
acrei, more or less.
Dated July 2ud, HW7.   I'aul ADut si 1'ailhon.
Notice Is hereby given 'hat On -lay* after .late I
Inland to sppiv u> the Dooorabls the �� bieli -am-
inlssloiier of f.ninl* and Works tat a * I ���**���-��� 1*1
Ueense to * nt and earrv awav ttmlHi from th��
fiillo-alng daaotlhni lands n, W'est Kootenay district :
No I - ('ommencing at a itost mark- : U'lillim
���A n l ii. -hv. planted at KCUMtl tiek Hid I OS <>n
ths Proetat eitrnsloti, on the west side �����! l--t
IAJ2. on llie iouth side of the West Arm of K-h.[.
SOay lake. commenciiiK  al lhe N    F.   DOISi I  i    ll
ranni��i ��outh so chains, west so chalm, nwu ���
chains, t-ast - chains to plan- of lo-ginning.
Located Brd June, IIM'7
W'lLUAM  W'AIJISUtT, UM-ator,
��� ��� -I.    llrnitAai' as Agt-"l
LAND NOTICES.
Nil ton :��:.'! District District of WmM Kooteuay
Take notice that 1. John I<atig. of Baton*, |l < ,
ocrupatioii mlnwr Intend to spply for p*rmis
���Ion io purchase tbe following ���;. .* ni- i laudi
< om* <OU i"g al a post plaui^d at the N B ft
Lot ">*42. tilt-nee east JU rhaiui. thcoca soutb 20
Cbalus. IhsnOS west 20 chains, thenc* BOTth -��'
ehains to point of cunniriiiviiKiii, containing 40
acres, more or leas.
August 2ud, 1907, John Lak*..
HollOS is hereby given that SO days alter date, I
intend to apply to the Bon. chief OosmsmbIoom
of lAnds and Works for fH-ri-niaslon to purchaae
ifn- following deacribed land In fmttat Kootenay
dlitrirt. on weit sh >rv of Lower Arrow Lake.
ad joining Lot No ; <t" on the south : Beginning
at a ;������<*���'. marked "Marry McLmmI's N.K corner
upland t>lant4-d on the short of Losrw Arrow
��� ��� > at the southeaAt cornet of < apt F(**lnnd's
. 4-��i��. thence west ��) chains, thi-m-e wiuib 30
chains more or lees to the north boundary of K.
Fullroore'i I'. K , thenco A-�� bain* mat aloug tbe
said boundary to lake, theu'-e norlb along tbe
lake shore A> chains, mure ur leaa lo polut of
commencement.
May :ti i. l9Vt. J   li  Moors.
Agent for Harry MeLeod.
Nelaon I-and Dlitrlct.   Dlstrictof Wm! KooU<nay.
Take notice that tieorge Kufus Carter of mrdar.
in-. '.[>.' .*.!. brldgeman. intends to apply for per-
mission lo p ri : -.. th,- folmwiug ioombod
laud t omitieining at MM planted at the uorth
weit corner of B. Komh' appllcatlou to |- , r- !.�����.������.
markfl H W., thence north 40 chains, thence
east 40 chains, thenur soulh 20 chalm lo A.
Curry'i pre-emption, tbence west 30 ebalns.
tben<e aouth JU �� UaliiM, tbeuee west r>i ibslu* lo
place of - .u-iiiK ;.��� .-i-;. :,! routaiiiHig IJO srn-i
more or leu**,.
Dated July 12, 1907 (igoat.s RlPia i'��ntH,
W. J   HtoTT. Agent
Nelion Uiud District. District of Went Koolenay
Take u.*il- -��� that (ivorge hturm. <���( Hillings,
Mon la us, V N. A . uccu pat Ion, men haul, intends to apply for permission t.- p .i. ii��*<- the
following described land: ObflUnanetng at a
poal planted on the wi-at shore of Cpi-*r What
shall (t 'ariboo) lake, aud at the tmrtli w.-��t currier
of in! ��l iv. thence west �� chains. th��-iu-< south
40 chains, thence ci*.i J��i chains, tlo-nce north <o
chains Ut polot of eornmeuoemeut, aini cotitaiu-
�����lh. 1907.
���������"!���. .   .
Nelson l-*ud District    Dlitrlct of W.-nt EootOUT.
Take notice that Walter McNeil, of Billings.
Montana. C. H. A . Dpi u pat ion men-hanl, ml. odg
10 apply for i" *'���; :.s|i'n to purchase the follow-
Ing deM-rit>ed laud : Commencing al a ;��� ���' plan I-
e.l on tbe went shore of I'ppt-r W hatshau (< litrlboo]
lake, aud at the norlhwest cornerof laul niw.
Iheuce Meat 2U ehalus. Iheuce north HO chains,
thence easl 'At chains, UMBOS south no chaltm to
point of commencement, and containing K*
acres, more or leas.
May   ��� ���:;.    lSt/7 W'aLTCK McSgll..
I. the undersigned, after SO days intend to apply to the Jlou. the ('hlef CoinmiMloiier id Laml*
aud Works to purchase the followlug de-icrlbed
laud: Commeucing at the N. K. *.. of lot *. ..tv
I*. 1., theuee west 40 chains, thenoe north .v
ehaius, tbence east so chaini, thenee soutb 'JO
chains to polut of commencement, containing 80
acres more or leu.
Locate.' March 2*th, 1907. W. A. MILLS.
Hlxty days afu^r date I purpose  making application to the Hon   Chief Com in isslotier of I^nds
south,   thenoe SO chains  cast,  tbenee HO  chains
uorth   to  polnl of commeneemeut,  containing
������t-. acres, more or less.
Dated the 2nd day of May, 1907
(btgned) II. WiVRKN,
pur F   Q* FArgciKR. Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that 00 days after dale I
luleud to apply lo tbe Hon. Chief commissioner
of Lands and Works for i-ermisHlim to purchase
the lollowlng described tract of land, situate in
Wesl Kooteuay district: Commencing at a post
planted ou Haecrcreek, near lis conllucuce with
Hummlt creek, murked Margaret Mcl,*m-lilali's
N K. corner' iheuce south 40chalns. thence west
no uhalns, tbence north 4o chains thence east 8o
chains to place of commcneemeii t.
2��rd Msy, 1907. Mahuakst Mi* Lai'i iilan,
William BakhoI'r, Agent.
1, the undersigned, Intend aiLerftldays toapply
tu tbe Hon.thecblef (-ommissiouer of Ltiu*i- mid
Works for permission to puichase the following
described laud: Coiiitnenclng h! a post marked
T. M* Hharp'i 8 K C . loeated on the west Kb ore
of Hlocan lake, about twelve miles from the head
of Hlocan lake, thence west 40 chains, thetiee
norlb 49 cbaini thence cast 40 chains, thenee
soulh along shore of Hlocan take to point of
commeneemeut.
Located May 4th. T. M. Hniar.
Nelion Land Dlitrlct District of Weft Kootenay
Take notice that Kdward Peters of Ymir, f'rlt-
lsh ' oh; in l.in. occupation, miner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
descrilied land: (-ommencing at a post planted
on the north hank of I,osl creek, about three
miles easterly trum the Junction of Lost creek
and Huh..on river, in the Nelion laud district,
tbence north On chains, thenee west 60 chains,
ibence south 80 chains, more or less, to lnM
cieek, thenco eaat followlug said creek to point
ot commencement, and containing 4H0 acres,
more or less.
Dsted June f>th, 1907. RdWard  I'Kii:it-
Nelion Lund District. Distrlcl of W'est Kooteuay
Take notice tbal John I'hllbert of Nelson,
British Columbia, occupation, sahon keeper, intends to apply for -permission to purchase the
following desert bud land: ('ommencing at a
post plauted on tho north bank Lost creek, and
about two snd oue quarter miles easterly from
(he jnititt Ion of lolt creek and Halmon river, iu
the Nelson land dlitrlct, thencu north 60 chaina,
thence west 80 chains, thence south 80 OnalhS,
more or less, to Lost creek, thence cast following
said creek to point of commencement and containing 480 acres, more or less.
Dated June Md. 1907. John Fhilhsrt.
oorn.r, th.D-j�� ���.., �� ,'h��"..,-ht"����Vorih^6 !
.-h.lli., tbeti.-.*   w.st  *l H.ait,,   ,.���
^liSS*' ^'''"��71
Sl *���""-��� ^n'l Dtitnei.  DlitrhToTw^i-
Brlllihl'olnnibta. ��rrupat|..|, S a-
apply for |>ermUslon to purchi tki i
d.*rrllM^I landi:   Commet.Hr.^. rtimmm
on tho norti, bank of Cat eress Xl
mil.- easu-riy   from   the   ;in.ciioi^flJB
and -alruuti river   in   the   Nelson 1
fbanOS   north ��o chains,   tiirn.* ����. *:
tbanss ��outr, so chains. tii^t,.-t msm
polnl   Bl   comueueenirut.    sn-l   ��S
���'res, more or lem. **a
DMisa June 5lh. 1907. 990M9 Kdi
���tltv
/���..V?.���"*' d*" ' ��'->sauifiiSJ
1 i.ii-t i HtoiuiMi-iii'i of LaamgoMm
Victoria. H C , to purrhiM the HUm2
m ���: i- i laud, situated in !.. *..; tmin
trb-t: Commen'-lng at a poat potW
west side of Kootenay lake star tat
!-.n* i. and marked J. M< Kmaus't tt
I��mI, tbence weal 80 ��� : �� u> t'.-L-t
< bates* tbence eait ������chain* taurr <������ m,
shore, tbence along lake n.orr to (*>u:*
I- ��� "io-:! i lit
I '-t.-d April 4. 1907. -,rr ���     '  V i
Nelson Utnd District,   Di��:rtr-i-: a��.tl
Take   uotlca   thai   E'lairi rraarrSI
Montana.   1'   ���*   A ,  oreupalion  and I
ten its to r
bdiowlng -         -u
,....i planted  on   the wen  iSMBSl MM
��� han (< arlt^M.i lag*, aod ��i tbesontl
of U..t SISy, thenre weal X ��� hslM fl
SOsaasBS. the-oca east *Sj ��� i.siiu. Um
i halm, thenoe ����������� 40 chain*. tanr��#'m\\
west shore of I pi-r W ���-- .- ,
thunce northerly and wesU-rly siost kl
shore SO ehaius,   mon or less, tspaMt
��� .I'll- ement.  and  containing JXirnag
May rsth. iscn.
�����'.-. h
Hlxty days attej date I eufposi t
cation   to  the    Hun     the < hittta	
!*-''��� and W ������ k* Inr J- -r ����� Uif
following de��ierib��| Und
p<Mt placed at tbe north-*-****- term I
-ktiiner's application Ut powlun I
*R h'i N \\ cororr post' '���*-���.'
e.a*tcru Imu&daryof said -r;. ������
ami ib. tbeo-w running sti rtiilas ��_
chains north Ui the st.uthern bouadf/l
HauuiDglon ��� appltrmtloo '.*. j ,	
- hsiri*   wnl  along same t.  p.mi o! ma
OU nt. containing MO acres  mortar MS
DatfHl .-tid day of May. 1KT.
fllliltll
per rd    }'.   _   :*���   ���*:   |
HUly days alter date 1 mu-n-4 W s.
Boa Cbl�� ( nmnlMlonrr ..f Uad��a
I-t i- rri.!������>).-n to piirrt at* Ibe Is.S
scribed land in Wait K .-.hust imm 4
monelnc at a -(--oat marked A C.tT'
ksrasr post, ruooiug �� rhsiat sa
tbe boundary of Tltnbtr 11c��iht Ss
IO��thorty bo chains, then'-* w-wtwi*-**
thi-i.i. northerly bO chala* ���*...�����-<
trai-k ui lhe place of commeni-rmsnt.M
two huiidfT^l at're-i. more or   ��� ������
1.*- ��i. .1 ibis Stb 'lay uf v.      ��*"
A C -tes
Notice in hrrvuy glren that soasyil!
luleud toapply to tbe H..*..***.1 ��� ic-
mlBitoner of Landi and Worki for. .
u* purchaM- lhe fnllnwltiK dSMffMMMBg
in Weit KiH.tenay dlstrin ' o*antMl
pc.it plant d at the west t*-"iti<lsrj rflsq
and about 10 chains south nl :���.-'*'"
of the rlght-<if way of lh*
way, and marked P. A I
thenos west luu rhotns, thi ik-v oortfckB
Umndary of Ibe Hsbt-of way of B t
railway, tbenoe following said hooa*J*T*l
right-of-wa> in an ewtrrTr (nm-UonS��F
boundary of Lot Sfl2 (11. tnenvt sonlk BM
cointuuncemvnt, containing ia1 sewt*
leas.
Dated Ihli 14th day of  '     -  l*7-
pAt't- AWWT too
Notice la hereby glreo tbst lUU *j|
date I intend to apply to .bt nmeoarm
CommtHioner of Lauds aDd WorktsjP
slon to purcbaie the follow tug ���lewrlW^
land iltuated in West foot IS IT] <Hstf��*l
meticlng at �� poit planted uu ���"���-���" * ,
atM.iit one half mile north wst froi
���������I J.H Mcl.'i N K. corner, ihrnc*'
thence south 40 chsins. :i ��� :. - <
thence north 40 chaini lo pUtatttt
ment. , __
lOrd May. 190T. Jo��s 8- ******
William Bak-wc*.M��J
si* 4
lake notice that Harry William* s J
B (. rancher. lnteDdi to apply fffjl
to   purchase   the lollowlng dewrtbsa bp|
P'      	
Wesi Kootenay dlitrK... ,  Mi..
Commencing at a poal planted ^i***
southeast cornerof LoC six thOOMMin
red and eighty-Ore (6985). i.r.-upow >^
district, thence south twenty !*M rhtl��
west one hundred aud sixty il��) t^**."
north twenty (JO) chains, tin-*nre ����"" ,
red and   ilzty (100)  ebalns to rhepot"1".
mencement and  containing *J�� *fr,t
lew.
rated the 19th day of May, 1**"      _..
' 11*S��T "'���
I. the utMlerslgncd, after ��'- da���� ��-*Jm
ply to the Hon the Chief CoiiniilM>"��"BIV
and Worki for permission to PDjKTJfc
lowing descrilied land: OoW��W��"|3
marked N K. v , sltuslcd 00 ��* f-SB
bhican lake, ��U>ut twenty miles fro*��""JJ
thence west 40 chalm, the nee scuU *
thence east 40 chains, " "" -",B""
shore ot lake M> chains l
ment. uM
Looated May 4th.       m.iifT,h%aT|
thelice s,.uW^a
theme  D0rtbj3|
R ui point of rt��^l
BRici WiitTf. *
"���^iW
',np".'i."<- "*^5i
-_._ Ja��si .
Hon   to   the Chief Commit
W'orks for iiermlsslun t-t
described land:    Cumin
at the northwest corner of
ed "I*. MiC'uHK. corm r post.    --. ,
so chains north thonce so cbsius "f"1:
chains iouth, thence 80 chain* "lrt*
commencement, containing &*o acrw.
less.
Iiated this 6th day of May, tWt.  UrCV)JMt
(Hlgned) P9n9UAm :
par D. A. MKVi.w��H^J
Nelson Und Dlitrlct. Dlslilct nt Vr**X ,\
Take notice that I'aul August PsJJJ Q
chener, B.C. occupation Inn*''''"1'"S,!
to appK for permlaslon to PuTi'uT���. S��'
Ing described lands: Oommscow^ g
planted on the wast boundary nt '���",*,���...;
and about 10 cbslui south of tbl "JJ^Si
of   thu  ituhi of-wny   of   tbr   ��"��"
jdR.n
Boiithrrn K��ll����y, ani matte* ' ��� *��� a
east com.r," thenoe west ltH.,, ' r��,l^
norti. lo Hi. .outh boiind.ry .���' **���*? ini
'     lie   British   l.olumbl.   ".'""'".ut*
m ii.iiowiint ..id iKMiii<i��*-y.��I"MtM
In ��.. e.��u.rl�� dlre.-tl    'A, ,��� H
��� *" """"bt**
ol   the   British   Columbia
thenee
ary of Y.*Tn7.T_-W2-U l7 thenc
'���'.min.���in*, i.t'iii. and  eoiilaliili'*
or less. ,Iuf. j
Hali.il this lBUi day ol luly, '*''���., PiO^
Paul ai��'"" *J>I
i...ini* ,*mhi to .)...ma, theu.t
thenee WoBt��) chain, to pl.t."' ol |
J8rd May 1K07. w"-*-
**
Aat
j The Daily Canadian
���eat
rospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
ie BACON We Sell
Jives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and  Smoked.    Our Hams Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
Burns & Co., Ltd.
NELSON, B.C-
ER NOTICES.
w m hereby given lhat SO dayi
hnd to apply to the Chief Coin-
Land and Works, lor a special
an-l carry timber from the follow
lands, situated on the ioutheaat
"jl   river,   in   the    district   of  went
Jbmenelng at a poit placed siwut
of Eoss l-eaf ereuk marked "R. M.
kwest corner," ihente "0 chains
SO  chains  east,   ihenee HO chains
'���0  chaini   west   to   place   of  com-
ts 1Kb day of Jun*��, 1S07.
R   M. Resvks, IxK-ator-
li   hereby   ftv.-u    that   Wi   dayi
Hend to  apply   lo the  Chief  Com-
frauds   and   Works,   (or   a   Hp*e<-lal
and earrv  timber from tin- follow-
" i   situated on   the   soutln-ast
Iver, in the  dlstrictof   West
vHiwUUll At �� P"��t placed about
Of Ri*.. U-af creek, marked "it   M.
1 soutti weit   corner,"   thence  SO
theme SO  chains   east,   thence MO
theuee 90 uiialus west to plact- of
IS 10th day of June, 1907.
r. m   Kttvw. tmootmf.
Iitri't.   District**! Weat Kootenay
that   William   Andre*   Ross,   of
Tel kaspnr. intends u�� applr for
licence over tbe  following  dei-
���n-y  at  a   p"*t planted about
.���ftbe  Kootenay  river,  on  Corn
mstrict of West Kootenay, and
l Biles north of the international
ABd about two miles west of tiui-
esc.i, ihenee  south *w ebalns,
talna.  thence  nortb SO chains.
Ins to point ol commencement
__j a- res, more or leu-
Fune. 1907.
aelnK  at  a post  planted at the
Ol William A   Roil'No. ! claim,
jhains,   thenoe west  HO chains,
���hatn*-.   thence easl   HO chains,
ifnencement,  and  containing
������.ft
icing   atapost   planted   alK>ut
BSlisSTSSt  T*   " *    northeast   i-i.rner of *** tl
liS'lll f ���laim,  Hi.'in ���    south ho   chains,
��� ** (Shains.   thenc.    north   ho  chains,
*���*"-"-Uw to the poim of commence-
tng wu acres, more or less.
19177.
mrlur at st ��� I>"it pt��nled at
_Ol-r.tr of WUilsra A. Koss' No. a
north ho cbaini, thence west HO
South no cbains. thence cast su
' into!  commeneemeut. contain*
 r less.
,1907
tancins at a pest planted at the
t of William A. Roes'No .1 claim,
cbalm, tlience west ho chains,
ehnins. tbence .aai K0 chains to
liH'iir**-irit-nt. an.l   c.iiianiiuK '���'"'
mt.
fnnc, l*'~.
tSnclnK ��* * P0* planted about
J of the   northeast   corner of   ��il-
0 A claim. theuee south HOchalns.
chains, thence north so chains.
ehalni- In the -point of commeiiee-
italnlnK ^*�� acres, more or less
June, 1907.
lencing at a post planted st the
ierof William A. Ross' No 6claim,
chains, thence east -* chains,
Chains, thence wesl HOchalns to
etic.-ni- nt.    and    containing  0*0
June, 1907
lencliiftata   pout   planted   about
1 Of the northwest cottier of Wil-
lo t claim, thence north Hi chains.
Chains,  tbence  south ho cbains,
ehalus to the point ol commence-
���talning MO acrei. more or leas.
June. 1907.
jnenciiiR at a post planted about 40
j| the uortbweit cornerof William
��� claim, thence south HO chains.
Chains, Ihenee north HO chsins,
chains to the poln* of commence-
talnlng ���'�����(' acres, more or less.
June. 1907
mencliiR at a post  planted   steal
jt of the   uorthcast  come, of Wll-
Ho 9 claim, thence south ho chains,
chains,  tnence  north   no chains.
chains to the point of commence-
talning NO acres, more or less.
June. 1907.
_��enclng at a post planted about
it of the northeast corner of William
9 claim,   thence  north  HO chains,
chains,  thenee  soutb  SO ebalns,
chains to the -point of commence-
tainlna r*40 acres, more or lesi.
June. 1907.
menelng at a post planted about
th   oi   the   northwest   corner   of
��m'Nn. 10   claim,   thenoe s-Hith HO
i-i-st  HO chains, thenc*' north HO
_��� jail tw cbaini  lo point of coin-
End containing M0acres, more or leas
Jtiue.lKfl.
menclnK at s post planted about
oi  the northwest corner of Wll-
No.  10   claim,   thence   north   HO
west  HO chains,  thenee ���oath HO
eastHO chains to the point of >-om��
End containing 040 acres more or less,-
*6th day of July, 1907.
WlLMAM AHPSSW   RcKU..
i*TS
District    Distrlcl of Weal Kooteuay
tliat Walter Kdwards, of Ferguson,
Ion  cook,  intends   to  apply   ior  a
licence over the  lollowlng  del-
t'ommenclng at  a post   plauted
i creek  running  into the  head  of
oo  the  oast  side of Cariboo  lake
���'Walter   Kdward'*  northwest corn-
���outh    80  ehaius'   thence  cast 80
   north HOchalns,  tbence  west HO
(fait of commencement, and coutaln-
i. more or leas.
l27th,I9>7 Waltkb ITdwar-us,
by his agent F. O. If ankinu.
I District District of West Kootenay
_J that Walter Edwards, of Ferguson.
atlon cook, lntendi lo apply for a
pr licence over the fallowing de��-
Commencing  at a post ft1*  mil0!
{creek   and  a  Ja  mile  eaft from   A.
���er  post No. 9, and  marked   "Walter
""Orthwest corner post," thence oast
jance south 160 chains, theuee well
hence north   1G0 cbaini  to  point of
pant, and containing 040  acrei, more
rMth, 1907. WALTRR Kdwarps.
by hii agent F 0. Mannino.
fed District.  District ol West Kootenay
.�� that Walter Edwardi, of Ferguion,
ation  cook,  iuteudi  to apply   for a
pber  licence  over  the  following  des-
���i:   Commencing  at   a  iwist  planted
n from tho head  of Cariboo lake  and
���St of said lake, and   marked   "Walter
����ntInvest   coruer," theuco   north  HO
eait SOchslnB.  thence  south 80
ince well H0 chains to point of com-
\ and containing MO  acres,  more or
rMth, 1907. Walter Kuwasdi.
by hli agent F. C. Manning.
Nelion Land District. Dlitrlct of West Koolenay
Tase nollec that Arthur K. Evans, of Heatou.
li i*., cm*, upatioii i-rulst-r, inteud*" I" fpply f<��r s
���pedal t.mlwr UcenOS over the following described landa: Cummeiidug at a post UanteO
alHitit '> miles up Steven* creek running into the
east side of Caribevo lake inaikid 'A. r- rvan I
southwest corner post," thenee north 80 ehaius,
thence east 80 chal's, tbence south 80 chains,
thence west no chsins to p dot of commeneemeut. and conlalniug G4o seres, more or let*
Haled May Pah. 1W7. Arthcii K. M**m.
by his agent F. C. ManniN��.
Notice Is hereby given that thirty dayi after
date I intend to applv to tbe Hon. the Chief Com-
mliiioner of I-ands and Works (or a ipecial licence Ui cut and carry away timber from the
following described land* in V*eat Kootenay
dlitrlct: Comnieheiiig at a post planted on the
ucrth bank of leu Mile creek, about one mile
and a half from Hlocan lake, marked H. H Pitts
northwest corner post. Iheuce cast 100 ebalns,
iheuce south 40 chains, thence West 180 chains,
thence north 40 ehsliis to place ol commencement.
Hat<-d this 26th day ol Juue, 1907.
H. 11   Pitts, Ixxator,
A. W. HTt'BW-, Agent
Notice is hereby given that tnirly days after
date I intend to apply to tbe Honorable
Chief Commissioner of l-nicl- and Works al
Victoria. ��.(-., for a special UasnsOtOCUt and
carry away timber from lhe following described
lands lu West Kootenay district: Commencing
atapost planted on the weal bank of Bineller
creek, about one mile south of the City of Nelson,
thence soutD SO chains, tnence weit 80 chain",
then<-e north 80 chslni. thence east 80 chains to
plaee of commencement.
Dated this llth day of June, 1907.
C. C. CbARK. Locator.
D. Booth. Agent-
Take notice that Hcnery John Johnson. I ost-
masterot Ferule, B. C, lntendi to apply for a
special timber licence over the lollowlng described landi:
No. 1 ���Commencing al a post planted Iu the
District of West Koolenay, about two mil-n norlh
of the international boundary line and about
oue mile west of Boundary lake adjoining and
beiwei n lic-uees .No H-Tt and 80*19. iheuce south
ho chain.-. thanoS west HO chains, thence north 80
Ihenee east HO chaini to place of commencement.
Dated June 8, 1907.       fl   J   Johnson, locator.
Anil IIAi krtt. Agent.
No. J ���Commeucing at a post planted abaut
one mile north ol the northwest corner ol II. J.
Johnson's No. 1 timber claim, tbenoe sooth HO
chains, ihenoe esst HO chains, tbence nortb HO
chains, thenoe went HO chains lo place of commencement .   .
Dated Juue s, 1907.       H.J   ttmttaoat, Loca'or.
Ann. Harnitrr. Agent.
No 8.���'ommencing at a post planted at lhe
uorthwest conn r of II. J. Johnson's No. 2 limber
claim, theuee south no chains, thence went HO
cbains. thence north HO chsins, tnence east BO
chaini to place oi commencement.
Dated June*, 1907        11   J   Joh*Ikin, Localor.
Anu. Hackktt, Agent
No 4.���Commenciug al a poit plauted at the
BO fill SB ft tXHIW of H. J. Johnson's No 8 timber
'���laim. thenee north HO chains, tbeuee west 80
chains, tbence -south so < h in-, thence eait 80
chains to plana or commencement
Dated June 3, 1W��7 H   .1. Johnson, Locator.
And. IUi KS-TT, Agent.
No. fi.���Commencing atapost planted at the
northwest corner of H J Johnson's No 2 timber
claim, thence nortb HO chains, thence e��it 80
chains thence south So chains, ihenee west 80
chalro. to place of commencement
Dated June 8,1907.       H   J   Johnson, Locator.
And. IIackktt. Agent
No.fi -^Commencing ata posl planted aboat
one mile north of tbe northwest cornerof H.J
Johnson's No. & timber claim th.cu.-e soulh 80
chain'., ihence easl 80 chains, thence north 80
ehaius. theuco wesl HO chains lo place of com-
meticemeat. ,     - .
Dated June 3, 1807.       II. J- Johnsov, Locator.
Ani��. Hacks-it, Agent.
No. ".--Commencing sAaPOSl planted st the
northwest coruer of II. J. Johnson's No. 6 timber
claim, thenee south m chains, tbeuee west 80
cbains, thence noith 80 chaiui, thence east 80
Ohalna to place of commencement.
Dated June a, 1907.       11. J- Johnson, Locator.
And. Haikbtt, Agent
No 8���Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of 11. J. Johnson's No. 7 limber
claim, thence north 80 chains, thence west HO
chains, tbence soutb 80 chains, thence east 8o
chains to place of commencement.
Dated June 2. 1907.       H. J. Johnson. Locator.
Am* Hackktt, Agent.
No. 9���Commencing atapost planted at tbe
norlhwest eorner or 11. J Johnson's No. 6 timber
claim, thence norih HO cbalus, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 ehaius, tbeuee west 80
chaini lo [mint of commeneemeut.
Dated June I, 1����7.       H.J   Johnson, Locator.
No. lev-Commencing at a post plauted at the
northwest corner of Unbar licence 8074, Ibence
north 80 ebalns, thetiee east 80 ehains, thence
south 80 ciialns, theuee wcrt So chains to place
of commencement.
Dated June 8,1U07.       II   J   Johnson, Locator.
Anu. Hackktt. Agent.
Take notice that Dan Baker, prospector, of
Klko, H 0 , lutends to apply for a special timber
licence over tbe following described lands:
limber  licence No. 80&7, thence north 80 cbaini,
theuee  cast  80 chains,  thence south 80 chains,
tlicnce west Ho chains to place of commencement.
Dated 1st June. 1907. 1>an Bakkk
No 2.���Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest coruer of 1'tin Baker's No. I claim,
thence north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thenee south 80 chalm. thence cast 80 chaini to
place of commencement.
Dated 1st June, 1907. Dan Baker.
No. 8.���Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner oi Dan linker's No 1 claim,
theuee north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thenoe west 80 chaiui to
place of commencement.
Dated lit June. 1906. Dan Bakkh.
No. 4.���Commencing at a pwl planted at the
northeast eorner of Dan Baker's No. 2 claim,
Ibence north 80 < luiius, theace west ni chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east chains to
place of commeuceineut.
Dated 1st June, 1907. Dan Hakkr.
No. b. ciinimeiifiiii: at a post planted at the
nor'hwest corner of limber licence No BOfiV,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 ehalus, thence west 80 chains to
place of commencement.
Dated June 4th. 19o7- Dan Baker.
vo. 6.--Commencing at a post plaaled at the
northwest corner of Dan Bakers No. 6 claim,
thence north 80 chaiui tbence cast 80 chains,
thence sou'h 80 chains, thence wesl 80 chains to
place of commencement.
Dated Juue 4th, 1907. Oan Baksr.
No. 7.���Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corn, r of timber licence No. 8080,
���heme uorth HOchalns, theuee well 80 chains,
thonce south 80 chains, thenco east 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Dated June 4th. 1907. Dan Baksr.
ho. 8.���CommeAelng at a post planted at the
northeast corner of Dan Baker's No 7 claim,
thence nortli 80 chain**, thence west 80 chains
i hence south 80 ehalus, thence eait 80 chaini to
pine- of commeneemeut.
Dated June 4th, 1907. Pan Baku,
FOLLY OR HYPOCRISY
Distinguished    Physician's    Defence    of
Use  of Alcohol���Teetotalers
Only in Theory. **
Ivondon, Aug. 3.���The battle goes on
over the question of the value of alcohol. Sir James Crlchton-Browne raised
it on Thursday night at the annual dinner of the Medical-Psychological association. He took the company present as
an object lesson in support of his views
as a friend of alcohol.
With the friendly assistance of the
manager of the dining room where the
dinner was held Sir James made a careful record of what they individually
and collectively drank. Then when he
pro-posed a toast to science he sprung
the result of his observation with the
following remarks:
"We have at this table many of the
highest authorities In tbe country on
the alcohol question. The medical su-
l*rintendents of lunatic asylums, who
see much of the evils of alcohol, are
strenuous advocates of temperance and
have supplied teetotaleers with some of
their strongest arguments. I thought,
therefore, that it would be interesting
to ascertain how far they have adopted
lhe extreme views on tbe nJoohol question which are now being promulgated.
"There are now at this tahle 84 mem
bers of the association. Of them 6 per
cent, have declined alcohol, although
all the rest, 94 per cent., have partaken
ur alcohol in some form, aud a large
majority in different forms. I dined a
fcntnight ago with 18 of the leading men
of science of the day, from the venerable Lord Kelvin down, and not one of
them declined   alcohol.
"These are facts," added Sir James,
���and in view of such facts It would be
a farce or obsession or gross hyperbole
to speak of alcohol as a deadly poison.
Those who declared alcohol to be a
deadly poison should also state that we
constantly carry about in our bodies
more deadly jioisons or toxins, but
these human poisons are harmless and
may be beneficial so long as they are
kept in their right places, and our aim
should be to keep alcohol in Ub right
place."
Nelson Land District.  District of Wert Kootenay
Take notice that "David Henry Telford." Baa-
katoon, Sask., occupation lumberman, lntendi
to applr for a special timber llcenee over the tol
lowing deacribed landi:
No 1 Commencing at a port planted about 5
chaini north of the north weit corner ol Timber
Limit 8144. west branch ol Little Slocan river,
Wesi Kootenar, thence west SO chains, tbence
..outb W chains, thence east SO chains, thence
north 8U chains to point of commencement and
containing M0 acres, more or leaa
Dated July��th,l��07    David Hawav Tmforu.
No 2 Oommeuclnr a poat planted on the east
hank ot i ������tig��r ereek, and on the north boun-i-
r��ry of Umber limit 8144, west branch ol Little
Slocan river, them-e north 160 chains, thence
east 40 chains, thence soutb 100 chains, thenoe
mat 40ebains to plaoe of commencement, and
containing 640 acre*-., more or lear.
Dated July 10th, 1907. David Hbxkv Tklfoep.
No 3 t'ommenclng at a poM planted on hank
nf Kussle creek, about V> cbalna south of the
south boundary of timber limit 8147. west branch
-���f Little Sin-can river, thenoe west <8i chains,
thence south HO chains, thenee east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point ol com-
meucemeut and  contaiuing 640 acrei.  more or
Dated July llth, 1907. David Hnar Tblfomd.
No 4. Tommeiiclng at a port planted about S
ehalni east from eait bank or Ruasle creek, .and
on the weat boundary of limit 8 ihenoe weit so
ebalns, thenoe aoutu 80 chaini, thence east So
chains, thence north SO chains to point of commencement, end containing 640 acres,  more or
e"ated July llth, 1907. David Hbnbt Tklfokd.
No. 13. Commencing at a poat planted about
00 chalm west ol Goose ('reek and about six
miles from IU mouth at Slocan River, said poit
is anout ��o chains west from P H Tellord's timber application No. 11. thence east 40 chains to
timber application No. It, tbenoe north 160
chains, tbence west 40 chains, thence south 160
chains, to point of commencement, and contain
Ing 640 acres, more or lers
Dated July nth, 1907. David Hairav Telford.
No. 14. Commencing at a poit planted at the
southwest corner of No. 1*, then* e west 40 chains,
thence north 160 chaini, thence eaat 40 chains,
thence iouth ISO chains to point of commencement, and containing 610 acres, more or less
1 ated July 17th, 1907   David Hkmbt TELFoan.
A  Milton, Agent
Take notice that John Ross, of Ferule. B C,
hotel keeper, Intends to apply tor a special tim-
tM?r licence over the following described lands:
1 Commencing ata poat planted in the District ol West Kootenay. Nel ton Mining Division,
on the north fork of the south fork of Loat creek,
about five milei up creek from where two foiks
meet and about six miles north of the International Boundary Line and about twenty-eight
miles west ol Kootenav Klver, thence eait Sit
ehalni, thence north 80 chains, thence west SO
chains to bank of said creek, thence down stream
to place ol commencement.
v J. Boes, Locator,
2 Commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner of A4 Roai'l No 1 location, thenoe
west K0 chains, thence nortb m chains, thence
east no chains more or less to bank of said creek,
thence down stream to place of commencement.
J. Koas, Locator.
8. Commencing at a post planted at or near
the southwest corner of J.Koss'sNo 11 location,
tbenoe west 80 chains, thence south 80 cbains,
theuee east 80 chains, more or less, to said creek,
thenee up stream to place of D*j��iJ?n,n<f^to
4. Commencing at a post planted at or near
the southwest eorner ol J Ross's No. 1 location.
then e east 80 cbalm, thence south 80 chains,
UMBOS west SO chains, more or less, to bank of
said creek, thence up stream to place of com
mencement. ���
J. Ross, Locator.
6. Commencing at a post planted about; two
miles south n! the southwest corner of J Koss i
No. 1 location, on the north fork of the south
fork of L it creek, and about four miles up
stream, from where the two forks meet, thence
east 80 chains, thence north 80 ehalus, thence
tvest 80 chains, more or less, to bank ol said
creek, thence down stream to place of commence-
ment.
J. Ross, Locator.
o. Commencing at a post planted at, or near,
tbe southwest corner o( J. Ron's No. 6 location,
on Lost erees, thence west 80 chains, thence
north SO chains, tbence NO chains east, more or
less, to bank ol aald crevk. tbence down stream
to place of commencement.
located jMh June, 1907 J. Roes. Ixicator.
Nel on Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that James Keeth, of Spokane,
Wash., occupation, miner, lntendi to apply for a
special timber lleenc* over the following described laud!": Commencing ata port about 18
rods north ol the center of the nortb ihore line of
Houndarv Lake and at the southeast eorner of
T|mi)er i.imli No 8074, and marked James
Keetb's S. W. Cornerpost. thence north 80 ehalni,
thence eaat 80 chains, thence south SO ohalna,
thence west 80 chaini to point of comment
ment. and containing 640 acres, more or leu.
July 8'J, 1907. Jambs Kkbtd.
Nelion Land District. District of Wort Kootenay
Take notloe that Jaracs Keeth, of Bpokane,
Wash , occupation miner. Intends to apply for a
special timber llcenee over the following described landi: Commencing at a poit planted Bt
chains north of the center of the north shore line
of Boundary 1 ake and at the northeart corner
of timber limit No. 8074, thence west 80 chains,
tbence north 80 chains, thenre east 80 chains,
thence south ho chains to point of commencement aad containing (do acres, more or less.
July SO, 1907. Jambs Ksktn.
ALL STIGMA^ REMOVED
R. F. Green'* Reputation Cleared From
Any  Suspicion  of  Corrupt
Aet or Motive.
Of the Libel suit Instituted by R. F.
Green against the Vancouver World,
and the conclusions from the evidence
and the verdict, the Victoria Colonist
says:
"The libel suit of Kobert F. Green
against the Vancouver World Is of general public Interest, not only because of
the prominence of the persons whose
names were associated with it, but because of the principles involved. The
circumstances out of which the Buit
arose are familiar to all persons who
took any interest in the last provincial
elections, and it was a charge hy the
World that Sir Adolpbe Caron had offered Mr. Green, thhen commissioner of
lands and works, some shares in a company which was seeking concessions
from the government, which Bhares Mr.
Green did not receive, but told Sir
Adolpbe he might issue to Mr. Nell McKay. The newspaper aleged that this
was a corrupt transaction. The World
pleaded justification and the jury decided In Its favor. The important evidence in the case was that of Mr. D. W.
lijggings, who was editor of the World
at the time and wrote the article complained of. He said substantially that
having received certain Information he
made Inquiries of Sir Charles Tupper
and Mr. Cowan, who as counsel for
Sir Adolphe Carou, would be in a position to know the facts, and that, while
they did not give any information, he
Inferred from what they did say that
the Information was correct, and he
published It accordingly. There was
very little dispute as to facts, and the
verdict of the jury does not seem to
amount to anything more than that
under the circumstances Mr. Higgins
exercised no more than the legal right
vested in a newspaper. Nothing was
proven at tbe trial which the public did
not know already. Mr. Green was subjected to severe cross-examination and
nothing was elicitedcalculatedinthere-
motest degree to reflect upon his honor
as a public official or private citizen.
Although he did not receive a verdict
he obtained what is far better Jin op-
I>ortunity to face a public cross-examination in the course or which all his
acts and methods could be fully gone
into. The most unfriendly critic will
have to admit that nothing brought out
In the trial reflected upon his integrity,
aud while there may be differences of
opinion as to whether or not he exercised good Judgment in his reply to Sir
Adolphe Caron, the cross-examining
counsel, according to the report in the
World ltaelf, said to the jury that 'he
personally had no lll-feellng against Mr.
Green but personally felt an admiration
for him.' This tribute from hostile
counsel, who, it so happens, is and has
been openly opposed to Mr. Green politically, is all that Mr. Green and his
friends could ask for. It la better than
the verdict of a jury, because it was
a voluntary tribute to Mr. Green's
worth, whlcb the learned counsel was
not under any obligation professionally
to offer."  ^^^^
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Mellon. B. 0,
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
BATBB ri  FKB OAT
Ltrie and Comfortable Bedrooms and Flnrt-
eleesiilnlDg Boom.   Hunple Rooms tor Commer-
elal   Man
HB8. I. <: < l.AKKE. ProprietriM
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Kooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room is unexcelled in tbe city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
Take notice that an application haa been made
to register Arthur Hamilton ^Buchanan as
the owner In Fee Simple, under a tax sale deed
from K J. MU'iuon. Deputy Assessor snd Collect
uf the Slocan Assessment District, to Arthur
Hamilton Bucbansn. bearing Gate tbe 7th ot
November. A D, 1106, of all and singular tbat
certain parcel, or tract, oflaud. and premises,
situate: lying and being In tha DUtrlctoI Kootenay, in th" I'rovinoe ol British Columbia, more
particularly known aad described as:
Lot number Dine hundred and seventy (9;0),
(���roup one (ij, in the District ol Kootenay, "Bun-
set Mineral Claim- ���  -j"
You and each oi vouare required to contest tbe
claim ol tbe tax purchaser within fourteen days
from tbe date of the service ot this notice upon
you, and in default of a caveat, or certificates of
lis pendens being filed within such period, you
will b�� forever estopped and debarred from setting up any * 1 iUn to. or In respect of the said
land, and 1 ���.bail register Arthur Hamilton
Buchanan as owner thereof.
Dated at Land Registry Office, Nel<ou, Province of British Columbia, this25th day of April.
A D"' lW' H. F. MscLKOD,
DUtrtct Registrar.
To BatjAMii* F. Davim, u
The Hunset   Gold   A   Silver   Mining  Company (foreign).
NOTICE.
In the matter of ao application for the ls"ue of
duplicate of tbe certificates ot Title foi Lota A, 7,
H.aml 17, Block 2, 1 own oi Kitchener ( Map (WW)
and Lot 6187, Uroup One, in the District of Koute-
nay.
Notice Is hereby rItco that ft Is my intention
to issue at the expiration of one month after the
first publication hereof, duplicates of Certificates
of Title of tbe above lots lu the name ot Joseph
Walker which certificates are dated 22nd day of
June, 1908 and immlxTcd 2481 A and 2tn2 a respectively.
Land Registry Office, Nelsou, B. C.,38rd July.
t907.
"H.F.MAcL-aoD,"
District Registrar.
INOTICE
Notice is hereby given that tbe undersigned
have submitted tu the Lieutenant Governor-in
Council a proposal under the provisions of the
"Rivers and Streams Act,"/or cle-rlng and removing obstructions from Goat Klver and Mea
dow Creek, in the Dlstrictof West Kootenay, and
for making the same fit for rafting and driving thereon logis, timber, lumber, rafts > ud crafts,
and for erecting and maintaining booms for
holding, sorting and delivering logs and timber
brought down said creek and river, and for attaching booms to the shore of said creek and
river for said purposes.
The lands tn be affected br said work are:���
Lots 862. 0187, 451M, aud sub-lots 1, fl. 11. 18,14 and
16 of Lot 46V2, Group 1, Kootenay Dlstrlot.
The tolls proposed to bo charged are such as
may be fixed by tbe Judge of the County Court
of West Kootenay.
Dated 81st July, 1907.
Tub International Lvmhkk A Mkkhsth.k Co.,
Ltd.
J   A. EBICKSON, Proprietor
Telephone. 250.    Opposite Court Rouse
and Postoffice. Nelson. B. C.
Tremont House
Jtarope��n and Ajnertcn PUn
HMI. J5 cu.   Boom. Iron 96 ota. to IL
Only White Help -tmployed.
M ALONE
Biker St.. Nelsou
*  XRKOIL1.U8
Propria tor.
Bartlett   House
GEO. W. BABTL*nT,
Proprietor.
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar u the/Inert.
Whit. Help Onlr Emploreo.
JoMPhlne Bt.
Nelion. B. O.
Royal Hotel
HB8 WILLIAM BOBUtTB.
Bate, fl and $1.50 a Day.
Special Bate, to Regular Boarder.
Athabasca
Saloon...
COMER
BAKU AUD
I00TEHAY
STREETS.
Most comfortable quarter* In NelaonJ
Onlr the baast ol Liquor, and cigara.
BILLIARDS.
FOOL
MARTIN   IVENS JNO.   PHILBERT
INOTfGE.
In tbe matte: of an application lor the Issue of
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title lor Lots
16 and 17. Block 26, Town of Nelson-
Notice Is hereby given tbat it is my intention
to issue at the expiration of one month after tbe
first publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for the ahOTe Lots In the name of
Franoea a Day, which Certificate is dated the
19th September, 1899, and number?.1 23SOK
Land Hc-a-h*try  Office,  Nelson. B.C., 15th  June.
1807 H. F. MacLKOD,
District Keglitter.
INOTICE.
Not M Is hereby elven that after the expiration
of sixty aays from the ��at�� hereof the Patrick
Lumber Company, Limited, Intends to submit to
tbe Honorable Chief Commissioner ol Lauds and
Works a proposal under the provisions of the
"Rivera and 8treami Act" and Amendlnt Acts,
for the riirht to improve the Slocan river from
the mill dam of said company (altuate about
three miles above the junction ol said Slocan
river with the Koolenay river.) to the mouth of
the Little Slocan river, and to Improve the Little
Slocan river and brancbea thereof to tbe northern boundary of gub lot 2, lot 71*00, and nob-lot 1,
lot 71B1 group one, Kootenay district, and to
improve the tributaries of said rivers; and remove obstructions from said rivers and tributaries, snd to make the same fit for driving, storing, sorting booming and ratting logs, timber,
lumber, rafts, and crafts; also for the right to
collect tolls thereon.
The landi to be affected are the following: (a)
Lots KO, 73G9, MM. 6451, 6463. K10. 6997, M4��, 8609
7523, 7065, 3b30, 4*12. all In Group one, Kootenay
district; aiso lands covered by pre-emptions
numbered 46, 108, 115, 185. 148.1*4 and 570; also
lands covered by timber licenses numbered 5856,
UM, 55S1. 6585, 5586, 5687, and 5688; also lands o(
tbe crown.
Dated this 6th day of July, 1907.
THK PATRICK   Lt'MBKR  COMPANY,  Limited,
hy lu solicitor. K. W. Havmukitom,
Fot Sale Cheap
BOIU.BR
One 60-Inch diameter, by lGft. 8ln.
long, underflret, return multi-tubular
boiler, In fair condition. Eighty-two
2U.-in. tubes, 2 1-3x2 1-6 In. Bteani
dome. Boiler Is good for testing to 150
lbB. per square Inch, and a working pressure of 80 to 90 lbs. Mountings consist
of safety valve, stop vilve, water
gauges, try cocks, sludge cock and
check valve, set of fire bars and bearers.
E1NOHSB
One 9 iu. diameter z 14in. stroke, high
pressure, variable cut off expansion,
valve engine with governor. Fly wheel
and belt pulley are those not originally
supplied with the engine but are suitable for ordinary requirement. Bnglne
has been used to drive electric iight
at the smelter and Is tn good condition.
PBBD  HEATER
One vertical multi-tubular exhaust
steam heated feed-water heater, 4 ft.
high, lii'-in. diameter with openings
for 3-ln. exhaust pipes. Corrugated copper tubes Inside through which the foed
water passes, stop valve, drain cock
and safety valve. Apply to
The Hall Mining: & Smelling Co.. Ltd.
NELSON, B. C.
.������'M*****'**.*****^**'**'**'-^'*^*.*'-'-*1**^^
We have had placed in oar hands one of the prettiest best paying
DEVELOPED FRUIT FARMS
Of THIS COUNTRY.
This is up for a quick sale on account of owner's ill health. Call and get
full particulars. If you have f6,000 we can make a good easy deal with you
for this property.
8. M.  BRYDGES,
Brydges, Blakemore 4 Cameron, Ltd.
********
FAIRVIEW ADDITION TO HELSON LOTS ADJACEWT TO OTY PARK
ON TRAMLINE
Lota for Safe at from $100 to $200
Prices will be raised 15 per cent, after 1st August.    Buy while they are
cheap.    Terms one-third cash, balance in six and twelve months.
THE  FINEST   RESIDENTIAL   PROPERTY IN THE CITY.
T. O. PROCTER
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
MADDEN BLOCK, WARD ST.
We Have For Safe One of the Prettiest Homes to
Nelson. Situated to Fairview, Clone to the Car Line
Large 7-room house. Stone foundation and first-class cellar. Complete water system. 10 lota under cultivation and planted in large, bearing fruit trees.   Thla la a snap.   For particular* apply to
STUBBS   &  RITTS
FRUIT LANDS
REAL ESTATE
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10.000 Acres
of the
Choicest Fratt Lands to
Bettlsh CotomDia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE.
Nelson. B. C.
FRUITVALE!
GOOD SOIL
NO STONES
EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION (Daily Tralna.)
ABSOLUTE TITLE
EVERY TRACT SURVEYED
EVERY    TRACT    ACCESSIBLE
EASY TERMS
Something for the practical man.
Just Investigate!���That I* All we
aak of you; and you owe that much
to yourself.
Kootenay Orchard
Association
WAXDST.   -   NELSON, B.C
GOOD TIMBER
on  1600   acres,  south   of  Burton   city,
for sal*.   Apply to
The M. k W. Land Co.. Limited,
ALTONA, MAN.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Sec. C. E.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL  LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Ofllee: Bealey Building.   P. O. Box 434
Baker St.. NELSON, B. C.
CANADIAN
RAILWAY
Summer Excursion
.... Rates East
FPOM INeLrSOIM
To Winnipeg $46.20
To Port Arthur. St. Pant
Dnloth. Sioux Gty
.   $52.50
Chicago S64.00 Montreal (84.00
Toronto S78.S0 St. John ��94.00
St. Loui* MO.00 Ottawa  $82.55
New York ��100.00 Boston $85.50
Halifax S101J30
On Sale July 3. 4. 5.   August 8. 9, 10.
September 11. 12, 13.
First Class Roond Trip, 90
Days Limit.
Corresponding reductions from all
Kootenay points. Tickets available for
lake route Including meals and berths
on lake steamers. Through rates quoted
to any station In Ontario, Quebec or
Maritime provinces on application.
R. J. OOYLK, J. S. OAB1EB,
A.O.P.A..V.noouTer. D. P.A.. Nelson
IN   THE   MATTER   OF "THE   PLAN8
CANCELLATION ACT, 1906,"
AND IN THE MATTER OF the plan of
th* Townslte of Robson, part of Lot
Thrj* Hundred and One (301,)
Group On* (1,) Kootenay, of record
in the Land Registry Office at Nelaon as "62S."
F. C GREEN       F. P. BUKDEN        A. H. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers. Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
COR.VICTORIA k KOOTENAY STS.. NELSON.B.C
f. 0. Box U5   rtMcMIB.
Take nntlrw lhat on tb. J511*. .l��y of July, A. D.
1907, *t the hour of *0:So o'clock iu the forenoon,
at the Court Houso In tbe city of N.-lson. In the
Province of -Rr'ttah Columbia, application will
be made to tbe Judge of tb. County Court of
We.t Kootwiar, by tbe Columbia and Kootenay
Railway ami Navigation (.ompany for an order
that the plan of the aald Townslte of Robson. ol
record at Nelaon, lo tb. Province ol British
Columbia, as "6 6" be cancelled, and tbst tbe
applicant may enjoy the Lands comprised within tbe .aid Town Hlle free from any casements
or rights ot auy person to open any laud or
lanes, street or streets, square or ay-area, park
or park* across, within or upon sal.I landa.
Pated at the City of Nelson, In tbe Provlu.-e of
llrltlsh Columbia, this 27th day ol Juue. A.P.,
MOT.
MACDONALD A  HALT.,
Agent, for Long heed, Bennett, Allison, T..I  r
A McLana.   Holicltors and agen'i for th.
ColumMa A Kooteuay Hallway A Navigation Company, appllcanu.
To MARTIN MoMASTlNS,
To U. BULL ""cOMl-AKV. 1W
���u
The Daily Canadian
CAIN  YOU  SEE
Oo You  Know What This Is
It Is tha Royal Standard Hying over at my camp. Willi a good, ordinary pair ot eyes ii is plainly visible. If yon cannot sou it come down
to  my ofllee  and   get   lined  with    proper glasses.
WE  ALSO   HAVE   BINOCULARS
$15   to   $60.00.
J. O. PATENAUDE
MANUPAeTURINa
jbvvbll.br...'
Watchmaker and Optician
Oar THU J MAN MIXTURE
In manufactured fio-m ihe finest tobacco, s .n-
ripened mid dew-sweetenvd     it'i mild, full-
flaroted and pool.    \ tobaueo you
ought to try
W. <A. THURMAN,
robatcconlsta    Baker Street.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frott,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICE:
N. E. cor. Baker   and   Ward   Sts.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & St
Next Door to Dank of Co mm ore p.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders will find it to their advantage to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
Umltt.-i.��.
3 to Consider
24 LOTS, an excellent block. $500.
Easy terms.
5-ROOM HOUSE. Hoover St.. splendid
garden, fruit trees, etc. $1,500; one-
half cash, balance $15 per month,
6 per cent.
6-ROOM HOUSE, verandah, garden, one
and a half blocks from car line.
$8 50; $375 cash, balance easy.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER   8T.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean*
Ing Stove*, etc.
JACKSON   RADCLIFFE,
111 Eaat Baker St. Phone No. At 14
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in htuple and fnnoy Groceri*-*'
Batter, EgKH.
Oantp and Minora* Supplies.
-Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
%o to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale.
All kinds of Dlnnerwaro In stock, rat-
terns.
S. Sa FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
INBL.SOIN,     -     B. C
MRETINOS
Soolall-st f-��nrtv met'iK ever* Friday
l-enlng at 8 I. m., iu Hie .Miners' L'niou Hall
.II ,.r.- InvitOO! any .nu* allowed to take part In
be .let.ates.   T. Austin, Secretary.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
Cor. Va��t-non   and Wot-u .strueta,
NBLiON, ��. *ai.
.1. T. Vogler, Chicago; C. P. Cote, St.
Louis: J. EUngteln; D. A. Ferguson, \V.
II. W'yatt, .1. P. Hughes, M. Andrews,
Winnipeg; T. H. Hoben, New Denver;
('.. 11. Cook, Minneapolis: J, T. Blowy,
Edmonton; A. Klder, Miss 11. M. Hill,
C. D. Jennings, Toronto; .1. T. Dobley,
Vancouver; 12. P. Eastman, New West-
mlnatei ; 'I Stewart, Revelstoke; J. J.
Wood,   Hosslaud.
Patronize:! by Earl Grf y and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
Bui located Hotel In Nelson
Apartment. Blegtvnt.   Cnliin-a Choicest
Civility and clealillliess
I'mler tbe management ol   K. K. Noble,
late ol Toronto. Ottawa an.l
Winnipeg.
G. Albeny, Perth Arthtir; A. Krrlngs,
Thorold; S. Fox, Toronto; P. Brook-
bank, Arrow Lake; F. \V. it. George.
MacLeod; E. II. Carter, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Qauther, Vancouver; .1. Patcrson,
Quint.v; T. Ellis, It. Jaffety, Toronto;
S. L.  Lammers, Spokane.
QUEEN'S
I). Davis, J. McMillan. Medicine Hat;
A. S. McAulay, Edmonton; M. A. Thor-
ton, Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howes.
Creston, \V. S. W. Causland, Calgary;
.1. Johnston, Fernle; H. S. Goodwin,
Crawford Bay; R. Sparks. Spokane.
GRAND CENTRAL
J.   Simpson, Toronto;   J.   O. \V.  Fox,
B. H. Fox. ri-Mlle; H. S. Pownall. How*
ser; T. M. Heath, Creston; T. H. Lamer.
Bonn'.ngton; G. Sheriff. NeedleB; B. Disney. Heaver; C. H. Hohag, .1. M. Hohag,
Minneapolis;   S.  Silver, Shields.
ROYAL
L   F. Simpson. Victoria; E. Standing,
A.   Macdonald,  T.   E.   Standing   Moose
Jaw;  J. Copeland, Procter.
TREMONT
.1. D. Cameron, J. A. Flnlayson. Bottineau; T. Johnson, Seattle; \V. II. Mc
Donnell, P. McCarthy, Kootenay Landing; S. Stenson, Horney; G. Malt land,
G. Ilenzel. Mtlenster; F. Patatuce, Revelstoke; C. S. Johnstone. Bonnlngton;
1). J. McDonald, Procter; P. Seymore,
Spokane.
NELSON
Tonight   Only
EILER S
King of the Cattle Ring
COMPANY
Under  Canvas 30���People���30
���STREET PARADE AT NOON���
SAMUEL  A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
\\\ Kinds nf Heating Plants In Stock.
SANITARY  PLUMBING.
Victoria St., Nr. Opera House.      Tel. 181.
LOST.
QQuU   CHAIN,   between   Hoover   and   Vernon
Btrecti      Hultiibk1 reward will   be pulil (or Hi
rtluru.   MeDermM ��t McHardy.
A PEARL BUVBUBflV   PrN.   Finder   return to
tliiH oflice ��� Hewarc] Offered.
A l'OCKKTBOOK containing a signed cheque of
the Seen nd   Belief Mining Company,  payable
to <!. O.   Wade, and   letters.     Finder   **-'-   *
leave at No Place Inn.
kindly
TO LKT
TWO FIR8T-CLAtfB ROOMB, ���team heated    Applv honaekeener. 3rd flat. K. W. C. block.
WANTED
A   PARTNER   with  12,000  to   purebaie a  fruit
ranch near Nelaon   A good speculation.  Partner need not be actively -t-Dsaged on raucb.
l'ui particular! apply T. G. FHOU'l til.
Sold His Launch.
Carl  Larsen  has  sold his  launch  to
Hairy   J'iku.     Thu   boat   is   oue  of   the
lust on the lake.
Good  Fishing.
Many flnu baskets of trout wore
brought in last night by numerous parlies from Procter, Granite and Slocan
Junction.
Joined   the   Fire   Brigade.
J. J. Swain has joined the Nelson fire
brigade. Ho was connected with the
Victoria tire department for nine years
nnd  is a iirst-class fire  tighter.
Seriously   III.
Mrs, B. A. McGregor, who only returned a li'w months ago from Kngland.
is seriously ill. Yesterday she was in
a precarious state, but it reported
Slightly   improved   this   afternoon.
Fire  Alarm.
An alarm of fire was sent in from
Fairview last evening. Investigation
showed that the blaze was the result nf
burning a brush pile on the vacant
property opposite J. A. Dewar's residence.
C.  P.   R. to  Spokane.
Commencing on the 8th inst the
C. P. K. will issue tickets to Spokane
for $6.6<) fur single fare and %\ZAb for
round trip good for 30 days. The route
will be by the Kuskanook and the Spokane International.
A  Day  in   Nelson.
P. G. Ebbutt, secretary of the board
of trade and of tho 20,00 club, received
this morning a telegram from George
Ham announcing that the visiting British journalists will arrive in Nelson Saturday night, spend Sunday here and
leave on the Crow boat Monday morning.
Leaving for Vancouver.
W, B. Davison, for many years connected with the Canada Drug & llouk
Co. in Nelson, will leave for Vancouver
tomorrow evening, where he will reside
in future. Mr. Davison has many
Friends in Nelson who will regret to
learn of his departure. He has secured
a position with the well-known firm of
dark &   Stewart.
Police Court,
In the city police court this morning
one drunk paid the usual "trifle on
account of pleasure past." One half-
breed is retained in the station under
peculiar circumstances. He was liberated a few days ago from the provincial
gaol after serving four months for vagrancy and drunkenness. Since his liberation he has been drunk continuously.
Tlie police are awaiting advice from the
government agent at Lethbridge, his
former home.
20,000 Club.
A meeting of the entertainment committee of the 20,000 club, consisting of
A. W. Dyer, I. G. Nelson, aud K. G. Joy,
will be held in the club office tonight at
7 o'clock. A meeting of the general
executive committee will be held tomorrow evening at 8:.'10. The work for the
season In connection with preparing
iind forwarding collections for exhibition at fairs In the Prairie cities Is over.
Tbe Moose Jaw fair, the last at which
a Kootenay display will be made, will
end Wednesday  night.
Don't   Miss
t i i n*
PROMENADE
SMOKING
CONCERT
TO   BE  GIVEN   IN  THE
Exhibition   Building
Thursday Evening, Aug. 8
Tickets   for   Promenade   25c
Seats 25c extra
Commences at 8 o'clock
City Band In Attendance.
The Store of Quality
Preserving
Berries
$2*00 pet Crate
Fresh In every morning. An
excellent chance to get your
preserving fruit at a moderate
cost.
CASH TALK8ATOUR 8TORE
Rob.M,Hood&COe
K. W. O   Block . Phone  10.
HOT WEATHER
BREAKFAST FOODS
Puffed    Rice 15c pkg.
Toasted Corn Flakes ��� 15c pkg.
Shredded Wheat Biscuits - 15c pkg.
Malta      Vita ....     15c.   pkg.
Grape     Nuts    -    -    ���    -    2   for   35c
All Cooked Foods Ready for Immediate Use
C. A. Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine 81s.
PMOraftJ 7
We Sell
Talking Machines
On Easy
Monthly Payments
See us or write us about it.
Why forgo tho ploaaur* and entertainment to be derived from a good Phonograph or Graphophone, when the payment of a small amount each month
will secure the IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  of one?
W. G. Thomson
BUI IKSKI.I.KR snd
BTATIONKB.
Nelsou, B.C.
Phon. 3*4.
FOR  Sj-XLE
430 acres on Kootenay Lake, between
Balfour and Coffee Creek; $12. GO
per acre.
Geo. G. McLAREN
Baker St., Opposite Queen's Hotel.
SPECIAL   GENERAL   MEETING.
A special general meeting of the
������harehulders of the Koou-nay Fruit
Glowers' association will be held In the
court house. Nelson, on Tuesday, Aug.
-0, 1U07, at fc p. in. 1J>- order.
D.  C.  McMORRIS,  Sec.
PERSONAL.
R. 3. I.^nnie left for the Coast Saturday evening on professional business.
W. J. Ilaird and wife will leave for
Vancouver this evening, where they will
reside in future.
Mrs. F. A. Slarkey nnd Miss Rica
Starkey left this morning for u weeks
outing at New Denver.
J. R. F. Stewart, of Collingwood, Ont.,
Is visiting Nelson. He Is a prominent
lumberman of the Eastern province.
Maxwell Stevenson, of Philadelphia,
president of the Highland Mining company, and the Misses Stevenson, who
have been spending a couple of days in
Nelson, left for Ainsworth this morning.
Miss Gussle 1-angford. who haa been
confined to her home for several weeks
w-lth an attack of congestion of the
brain, has fully recovered, and has returned to her ixisitlon with E. Ferguson & Co.
R. McGulre, the distinguished Irish
scholar, of Pass Valley, has been vlsll-
Inf for several days with Postmaster
Gibson. Mr. McGulre is an enthusiast
In the matter of reviving the Erse
language.
Prof. R. W. Rrock, of Queen's university, for many years of the Dominion
geological survey, arrived In Nelson
Saturday night, and left this morning
for the Lardeau to Join Mr. Hoyd, who
has been engaged for ahout six weeks
In doing topographical work for the government report on that district. When
the work In I.ardeau iu finished Mr.
lirock will go to Rossland to compl.ip
his already elaborate report on that
camp by Hu. addition of the latest available details.
J. Roche & Co., Mouse Painters, etc.
See me for prices. General Delivery.
Post Office.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wt.ok'i-ule kii-I   Retail Donluri in
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on Hhortest notice and
lowest price. Nothing but  trvmh and
wholesome meats and suppler kept in stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E.  C.  TRAVES.   Manager.
^Eaiiyozs
Is Pemow/ied
FOR
lT5 5CEA1Ef?Y
Its Business Energy
AND
RASPBERRIES
WE   WILL   BE   RECEIVING
PLENTY  OF   RASPBERRIES
IN  THE  NEXT FEW   DAYS
AND ANY ORDERS LEFT
WITH US WILL BE
PROMPTLY  FILLED.
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK
TIMBER   NOTICES.
i '-..tun No. 1
NHium I^nil n.nlrict. imtriet of Went Koou-nay
Take UOtitO tlirtt A. L. Hemllng, of Arrowhead, B. <���'.. ore ii nation, earpviiUir, lntendi to
aj>f>iy for a upwial timber Ilrenite over the following '!--'������ i'" i .hi*.I- < .'in in,'ii- i ii k at �� t'M-i
�� Unlet) (������ :i..,!i ������- ..in ..f - K corner of T. L. 7.-
16, thence south 80 ehaltiN, tbence eaat 80 chaini
thenee nortli no cbatnn, tbence weit HO chalua t.��
point   of  loiiiini'iieeiueut.
lune mil '������'���''���     Arthur Ui hkuck Bradina.
Claim No. 2.
Nelson Iah'1 Dlatrlet Dlstrlot ol Wort Kon*cn��v
Take DOtlOO that A. U Keaillux. of Arrow-
hooA, B 01 ooonmtSon, carpenter, intenda to op*
nl)- ft.r a IpOOUJ timber lleence over the foi
lowing dOMftbOtf i anil a; f oinmehrliiK at a
port plantod KO < i ...���<���- * ������ ,::, ol A..L. K. n Iiii*.*-'-
OOrOOf ("������ ��� No 1, thence -Koiith ���*������ chains, tbeuee
t^atit 9h chains, thence nortli no chains, tbence
wt-Bt 80 cliaitis. to polnl of commencement.
June 28th 1W<7. AKi:nt'u Lai'iisncr Hiadinu.
(latin No. 3.
Nelaon Lb ml District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice tbat A. L. Headline, of Arrow.
bead, B C , occupation, carpenter, Intends to
apply for A ���paolml timber license over the following described IuikIs: Commencing at a post
planted ft) chains south of N E. cornerof A. L.
Ketidlnn's claim No I, ibene.- south 100 chains,
tbenee cast 4<i chains,   thence   north   IM) chains,
tbonoa west 40cbalna to point ol oomteanoomant
June 28th, 1*7.    Aktiii h I ���, ��� i.i* ��������� i  KradiNU.
Claim No   4.
HalaonLond Dinrlct   District of West Kootenay
Take notice that A. L. BeadliiK, of Arrow-
head, B.C . occupation, carpenter. Intends to
iipply fof a Ipaolal timber license over the foi-
i..>\ nu- daaerlbad lands: CnmniencinK at a unit
plantod 40 chalm iouth ot M�� K. corner of A. L.
RaadlOf'f claim Ko 3, thence south 100 chains,
tht nee ea-t in chains, thence north IM) chains,
tlience waai Cu-balns to point ol commencement.
June .Mth, r.-'       Artkir UAWUWOI EUUHtm.
Claim No. ft.
Nelson Land District.   Dintrlct of Went footenay
TaVc notice t'.at A L Rttdlnti ol Arrowhead, B.C., Occupation, carpenter, Intends to
apply lor a special timla-r license over the following daaonbod lands:   Oommanrtni at a port
filanied ID ebalns   south of   N.K, corner ot   A. I.
taadlng'l  claim No. 4, thence south   IM) chains.
tin in.- out   to chains, tbence   north IM)Obalt>��,
ll.enee   west   40   chaliiH   to   point of   commelii*
me lit.
June 20lh, UQT.    Ahiiii K Lacrrnce  KKAIiI1��U.
Claim No. 0.
NeUon I and District. District of West Kootenay
lake notice that A. I. KeadiiiK, of Arrow-
head, 11. t. , occupation, carpenter. Intends to
apply for ii special timber license over the (ol-
lowltiiB described lands: 1'oinrnenclUK at a post
pi an* ad 40 chains south ol N   K Corner or A   1.
���   .111-.*.������, - i.iiiM No *. iii. mi i  aouth im) ohalna,
thence Otll *���'��� cliaitis, tlience north lMfchalns,
tbenoe west 40 chains to point of commencement.
June BBtb, 1901      ARTHI
< lain *o  7.
[And District. DiHtrl
.AI'ltKNCK KRAIUSO.
SeUonLaml  Dtstrict. DlHtrlet of West KootcUftT.
Take notice that A L. IteadlUK, Ol Arrowhead
B ('., , . ii p it n -ii , carpenter, inleuds to apply for
u special tlmjkf r licence over the following described lands: CorninencliiK at a post planted
70 cbains south of B K corner of A L.BMdlnf'1
claim No fi, thence snu'h 00 chains thence east
ni chains, thcucc nortb 80 chains, thunce west 80
cbains to point of coniuienceni- tit.
June 29th, 1907.    Arthur Laurrm k KEAhittu-
ANNUAL SALE
Of   LOINI -I.I1 **-*.   In
FIT-REFORM SUITS
Values nt
tlfi.00, *IH.00,*ai) 00 to ��*iB.W.
All one Price
$12.50.
EMORY & WALLEY.
I 'it -Ruforin
Wurdrob*
KODAKS And All AccttMfal
===========================   (Fresh Stock Twice a Week)
This is the season for taking photos of
Kootenay*s  unrivalled scenery.
TOURISTS,   We can supply you with
anything in the Kodak line.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD.
Phone  81
NELSON    IROIN    WORKS
A.   ISAAC
R.   W.   HINTON
EP^ailNfiEMS    AND   CONTHACTOR8
KOUINimiRW  A1NL>
MACHINISTS
McpnlcluR   Mini  Jobbltli   CIMLUtwIwIlll   I >��>S*|t*��t *u 11 .     Nh��vt  M.tn
\N"r-k,   .Miialtiu   uml   .*> \ 111   Mm   liliwr\,       MiinufMuturarsol
<>i-*j   Wfii-i**,   ti.   ti.    Contriiutora'   Cnra.
Corner ol Mall and
From ritreeU.
NELSON,    B. C.
I "  h..i:��
A.Q. LAMBERT & CO.I
MANUFACTURERS    f   '        (^     Cf,i--��,|A.
AND DEALERS IN    Litmteta   dUiflgleS,
Lath, aVlouldinKs, Doors, Windowt,
Turned Work nnd BruukctM.
VKHINO-N 8TUI5BT   ���
Mail Urden promptlj tiVHnMl I
-     M:I..MI)\,   I*.  ,=.
The Hall Mining and Smeltty|
Company. Limited.
INEUSON, B. C,
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
SHIPMENT OF
���*-.-.*' \-��/ ��� ^ v** ���*���*' vV *���
SEMI-READY
TO HARD
J. A. QILKER
UAKI-W 81'RII-T, INIJUSOIN.
STARKEY & CO.
Whoieiiain ProvUlon��,
Produce, - fruit.
OoTornment OrenniBry One Pound Brblkl received weakly freib fro��� "���
nhurn.    For wilo by nil lending (rrooeri.
Office and *warehou��e: Honaton Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street. Nelaon, B. C.
Hammocks
Our shipment of these has been delayed in transit but wc ha"|
them now, and in order to clear before the season is too
far advanced we are selling them at prices that
should place one in every home.    Call and
be convinced and enjoy comfort.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware!
Company, Limited. N��"����n Br,"**ll
Galvanised Iron
Work
^
Our facilities for turning out Qalvanlxed Iron Work of overt
description are unequalled In tbe KootenayB.
Eve Troughs, Conductor Pipes, Smoto
Stacks and Fornr re Work. etc.
SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
Wood Vallance Hardware Co., Limited
Wholesale
NBUSON
Retail

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