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 ��l>e   $totl#   Ccmafcicm
MK 2.     NO.   78.
Fifty Cents a Month
Ambitious Programme of
[astern Empire
lion fur a long time to provide funrtB
for lhe road for tin* next tan year* hits
hei-n practically completed and will he
announred HI Boon as It has been approved  hy the company't-i attorney.
Leader of Mutiny on Russian Battleship
Returned   in   Disguise.
|Eu.cuu* To Be Assimilated and Race
Hade Homogeneous���Plans for
Physical Improv ment.
Iv.in. S. ul    I     The     Dowa*ajr   Kin-
ArcBshas aipniiii'il Yuan Bbi Kal to be
K kdIkt <il 'li ���",l   "'   fOrajlga   al-
lire, and the (rand   councillor  of  ths)
lourtl claas.   In 111 foreign office lu will
null as tlunl minister.
Chilli i'l'.i  Turin, viceroy   of  Shimmy
|Eha Islo, baa been appointed a (rand
Boiinclllur ol Uu' fourth clan.
Th- rlcsro) ��.i> ���tuamonad to lvkin
OOD   ill   a 1th   the   dnwag< t
fmpri^s itgarditic tin' alarming growth
lilanclin ���entimant lu China, on
Yuan  Shi   Kal  haa  basD
touuitins "Ita Hi 1 MaJ. sty.
Pekin. Bapl   I     Willi   the arrival  of
lluaa Shi  Kiii,   ,'i,iiiin;indi'rin-i'lil,-f   ot
1 CsIium forosa, thara began in the
fuainiir palace today an unusual series
,,;>rauuim  concerning  tho   coudl-
��� niliiic.    Tho Dowager Em
��� i.u.-: ii.-.i rubied   her most   Impor-
lad ititlneiittul   advisers   and   tha
.a. A Vilitii; Chang Chi Lang who
1 on  ptlgrimaga   from   llankuw
nrnasded *ilh secrecy.
Th-j imj^nril luiurly belleveH. anil the
mmynt fears that the Chinese race
|s ta-nt ui/rii unhealing   the   Manchuu
1 ..' ��� '   ....   .,.,. ..mill;   In ot  Man
origin.   AU devices adopted hy Hi'1
.��� dlatlnctlona batwaen
.�������� aad Hanchua having failed, ihe
r.-   i..iw   iiijiieiniilates   (he   ainalga
n jf the races,
B led  lie   limine   recently
all fur tuggsatloni  from the  Mem
Iriallats.   T:���  ,   oama and a course- of
tin la said to he ready for  proniul
The fnur iiirilii points are:
l'ii 1   Tin  dUibandmant of the Man-
*�� bsjuun troops, ihe abolition of their
'in  rubtnerslon of their oftl-
f"i- ::.'n Ihg r. pilar army.
Second-The daughter! of Cliitiain. rr
Y ih.- ijppe, classes will be allgibla to
"try Into n,, imperial tamily, and this
Jranises a .uture Chluoae-Miincliu em-
Thlrd���Chinese families will no long*
fr be permitted to bind their reel, thus
removing tho dllterenco In appearance
*'����n Chinese and Manchii women.
Feuth���Manchus will he required to
|ake snrnaim s like Chinese.
Tli" k-iivi-riiureiu    hopes    that  wllllin
("n y.;,rs ,i���. ,������ mc,.H wln bo India-
Thl>iii.,u cornel   was a subject  of
fnilnns dlsouaaton today, and the court
' iUtarbed nn aeoount of the universal I
���lief that ihe oomel praaagea revoiu-
The Dowager Qmpreai is tailing
Sn��' has suffered from apopleptlo
���li'ikra in Hie past year and her vital
*lerity |s |,.ss,.���iMK Tll0 falling of
*��� Kniirress' health has been acconi-
WniHl during the last days of her reign
W�� kaleidoscopic recast of the depart
*"'" of sun,, aa well as a resolution
J" P'epiire china for a constitution.
''���horn-ore, l|���. empress coiilemplales
"�� reaching changes in the matrono-
1 government   She plana 10 change
power   since   the   days   of
Odessa, Sept. 4.���The police or this
city have succeeded, after much difficulty, lu arreating the sailor. Matu-
sclienko. who 1 id the miiliny on board
the Russian 1, ,1 ileshlp, Knlaz PotenV
kine. In the summer of 1006. Mriht-
schenko had been for two pears In New
York, where he was employed In an
Iron foundry, lie grew homesick, however, and last .Inly returned to Russia,
iu disguise and under a false suspicion
baring been aroused, lie was continually watched hy ilet'clives. The olll-
, era of the law. however, took no ac-
rlnii till Mrrtriseheiikii fiirmod a revolutionary organization. All the members
of llilw hand were taken Into custody
along with their chief, and thrown Into
ihe Odessa prison. They will be opart-
P.   R.'s   Popular   Publicity   Agent   Attains Age of 60���Shower of Congratulations.
Lindsay Admits Ambitious
Acknowledges Keeping Double Agree
ment a Secret From Partners
to Share Rebate.
I llm
the throne from
Mt5tedotflCretarlat whi''h h,,s
\l\, I?108   flyntuty, into  a   moderat
���.<h, and n- roBCU|
PronilacuoiiH fcdviBera.
Home cf Compulsory Arbitration,
''"���on,   Bept,    1.   -IMspatcheH    from
I ^wungton, x,.w Zealand, star that the
<*r appeals then, iuih finally o>
2? ,l"' BMk" ,,f ,,u' "latt^hter
lflttl Il',:'1 an(1 theiriympathJiehi in ll
tin', .. " workin�� men who are par
^Wta* in the strike, tha court holds.
bating the award of th
a eroek ami lust Kri.iay, Qeo. u. Ham.
the well known Canadian Tactile official
in Montreal, who recently visited Victoria with tin* Urilttih JournullstH, had
a birthday and tho occasion was referred to in the following terms by the
Witiifss of that city:
Today a well-known C. P. R. official is
celebrating his birthday, uamely. Mr
(Jeorge H. Ham, who looks qnlle thirty-
two, and is understood to own up to
thirty-live, but as a matter of fact it waa
sixty years BMO when he was born. Th**
natal event took place at Whitby. Out.,
and in that serene little town he re.
niained until he gol big enough to bo
ambitious, tht-n he drifted nway to Win*
nlix-g. Winnipeg did not know him
Urj\ so It did not como out to meet
him. as it does nowadays. Consequent-
Iv, he found life werything but a bed of
ru.-es, but from the lirst he generally
miinaged to get at least one meal a day
nnd a place to lay his head at night.
His early hardships were powerless
to quench the twinkle of his merry
blue eyes, or to stop tin* flow of his
ready wit. lie saw fun in everything,
and it is said that he, and not Mark
Twain, was the author of that joke
about the cigar box. Being seen in the
streets of Winnipeg one day frith acignr
box under his arm, one of his acquaintances congratulated him on his evident
"This is not a box of cigars." was the
ready reply. "I'm shifting my diggings.
and this is my  baggage."
Finally, he joi regular employment in
a newspaper office. Then he bought
a newspaper, waa next elected an al
dermis of tho city, and became the
registrar of deeds. Tbat did not cause
him to forsake journalism, however,
for he ultimately became the Ottawa
correspondent of one of tho Winnipeg
, papers, bolng for years the most popular member of the press gallery.
, About fifteen years ago he left jour-
' nalism to join the 0. V. H.. being, it Is
said, one of the many lucky 'llnds' oi
Sir William Van Uorne. Nobody has
ever heard what his exact position on
the c. P. H. is, but what everybody
does know is that \u\ has done more to
udvrrtis-- that great system than any
other single man, and he is known in
evory town and settlement from one end
of the line to the other.
He is at his best when he is conducting a party over the ('. P. H. lines, and
he does so much ol* this kind of work
that last year he spent six ont of the
Brat nine months in the railway cars,
lie made the trip to the Pacific, coast
three or four times, and then he went
to  Victoria,  B,  0., for tils holld.iy.
Those  who   know  him   best   say   Ihul
they  have  nevor seen him
out     of    humor.    C
he  accepts  it  with
phie humor.
Tho case of Undsay vs. Hrydges is
still before the court, aud looks likely
to last for several days more. Most of
t."lay's siasions were spent taking the
evidence of the plaintiff. Lindsay, on
direct examination, adhered to his story
on examination for discovery, as outlined by his counsel yesterday. On cross-
examination he admitted that a part of
the $2,000 he received from Kisher and
Hamilton might be considered as reward for his Mnricee in connection with
their acquisition of the lands in question.
W. K. Mawdsley, called hy Mr. Taylor,
deposed that the lands sold by Hryd^es
to Maddock were largely under his control, as representative of H. E. Croas-
dalle & Co. At the court's older he was
excused to procure a full description ot
the land.
K. K. Lindsay was then called. He
���Wore that he first met S. M. Hrydges
in 1905. He was then a newspaper man
In October, 1905, he discussed with
Brydgea the possibilities of introducing
BBastern capital into Kootenay lor investment tn lartd. The first approach
to a definite arraugement was in the
Spring of 1908 by letters. UryUgCa wad
submitting definite propositions for
Lindsay to work on. As a result he.
Lindsay, sent out V. C. Maddock to deal
with llrydges and a sale of .property on
Queen's   Hay   near  Procter   resulted.
A letter from llrydges to Lindsay
dated April 7th'. 1H06. was rqatd, in
which llrydges agreed to split the com
mission on the sale, aud told Llndsaj
his share would  be about  $1000.
Mr. Taylor then snld that he did not
propose to take the plaintiff over al.
the  ground already covered.
Lindsay, continuing under direct examination, said he Introduced Hamilton
to Maddock, and accompanied Madddcl
and Hamilton from Winnipeg to ProC
tar. There they met Mawdsley and
llrydges. He was surprised to see
llrydges as he had seen a telegram from
llrydges stating that he could not go.
Mr. Taylor stated that a copy of thai
telegram  could  not  be   produced.
Mr. Lennie objected that there was
no evidence of any such telegram am:
his objection was sustained.
His Honor   remarked   that   Lindsay :
made. He admitted that he had made
no formal acceptance of llrydges* offer
of two and one-half per cent.
Lindsay admitted that he was to have
been a half-purchaser with Fisher and
Hamilton, and that he was to get hla
funds from the proceeds of the secret
rebate of $7 per acre, using his own
shan* and borrowing Mad dock's. He
kept those circumstances secret from
his prospective partners. He also admitted having borrowed money from
llrydges which he had credited to the
account of the commission.
Mr. Lennie then proceeded to go over
with the plaintiff some of his correspondence which revealed the ambitious
design of getting options on-vast tracts
of fruit lands and selling them In London. The cross-examination was still
in progress when noon recess was taken.
At 1.:.0 the cross-examination was rerun.ed. Lindsay denied that his sole
prospective profit from the second deal
was the rebate. He was entitled to a
commission In addition.
To the court's question as to the
ground of Fisher and Hamilton's corn
plain! of the $7 advance in the price,
Lindsay said that he was acting with
and for Fisher and 11 ami it on and
thought he should have told thera. They
were being deceived.
The Court���Who deceived them?
Lindsay���We all did.
Lindsay also said that the $2,500 paid
him by Fisher and Hamilton was for
other services, not connected with the
deal in question. After he knew that
Fisher had discovered the double agreement, he, Lindsay, made a clean breast
of his share in the transaction.
The Court���Did you know when you
were relinquishing all claims to, Fisher
and Hamilton, you were cutting out
Hrydges'   profit on   the rebate?
Lindsay���No. I relinquished my
claim without any consideration. I was
not responsible for Mr. Ftsher's learning of the double agreement. He learned it in Mr. llrydges' office. I had done
a great deal of other work for Fisher
and Hamilton. I did not make a dollar
out of this deal. Mr. Fisher expressly
said that none of the $2,500 was for the
Lindsay admitted, however, that possibly the deal was in Fisher's mind
when he made the gift.
Re-examined by Mr. Taylor, Lindsay
produced a copy of the last letter
written by him to Hrydges before the
trip west with Hamilton and Maddock.
It showed that he did not expect
llrydges to be one of the party.
W. F. Mawdsley was then recalled
to show who really owned the land In
Quc-utlon. He gave the names, acreage
and price at which It was to be sold to
llrydges. varying from $7.50 to $15 per
Two Brothers in Alberta
Town Succeed
pepect to Be Ready for Trial Trips
at Fair at Stettier Within
a Fortnight.
Will   of   Richard   Mansfield   Read���Left
Practically Whole   Estate to
flustered  or
  good,  come   III,
the same phUoSO*
Some time ago, when he
was attacked with appendicitis, and
was carried to the operating room of lhe
hospital, he said to the surgeon:
'Doctor, 1 give you leave to r
my appendix, and mv  preface a
incKs  sake,  leavi*  the  laid-
iitraH     ��� court  of
iC?;;; an,i ��"����� be fined, and  in
n ii-puymem maybe Imprisoned
"rra not exceeding one year.
Funds From Ahroad.
e* *>*,jsept. 4.--President a. B.
the ('hicagoorent Western
*hom i.,, V"    n,,,ll,����,'l     from     abroad
_"  W lum bet
U*W.   has
V  Pt,"nul1..t.��."" '"V  f��f "Ome time  past
SC        n *iMl  itookhoiden  am
i,lan wiiich'hn-T1?'" ,hul   ,np <ln*nclal
����n has |,t.on  umkir 0Oft|WgTft.
but   for good
of contents.'
Then ho  cheerfully  took    his  fill  of
During his career he has been the
rerlplent of numberless presentations
from his many friends. Only last night
he was banquetted lit the Place Vlger
hotel by the Hrltlsh journalists whom
be has been escorting over
"tit, and    presented
the contin
^^^^ with   a    traveilng
and a letter expressive ot thanks
from   the   party for  the  delight   he had
continually afforded every nno
Friends near nnd far���h
and mer tbe border and h_.	
���will unite in congratulating hint toda
and In wishing him long llfo "~J **
of them.
�� in Canada
ond Hi
��� and happl
surprise was it relevant, evidently men
Uonad io support the construction tha:
Brydgea had nothing to do with tin
second  sale.
Lindsay, continuing, swore that he
had seen a telegram from brydgea u.
���Maddock of earlier date than the one
produced, in which Brydgea said he
couid not meet them at Procter.
Mr. Taylor explained that all elToiU-
tu .obtain the earlier telegram had tai(-
ed. Ho contended that its sending was
established by the evidence of Lindsay
aud Maddock and the admission <>,
Mr. Lennie renewed his objection to
proof of the contents of the telegram,
aud was sustained.
Lindsay then told of a temporary
agi cement between Maddock, Hamilton   and   himself   as   to   possible   pui-
ohases the evening after the visit to the
Llrydges entered his, Lindsay's, bedroom one morning before i> o'clock, auu
told him he wanted $8,000 rake-oiT on
the second sal e, and that Lindsay
should waive his right to the first commission. He, Lindsay, had refused. Ho
told llrydges he was not sure of making
anything out of it himself. Brydgea replied that he. Lindsay, was making $80,-
000 II It went through. The conversation was renewed by letter and also
verbally on tho occasion of another
deal. llrydges wanted him lo sign an
agreement but he refused, lie also had
trouble with Brydges over money at the
time. He again refused to pay llrydges
$^,000 or any  other sum.
The question was raised again in
llrydges" office In the fall of 11)00. Lindsay again refused.
Cross ���examined by Mr. Lennie, tho
plain Iff said he had not objected to payment being deferred, he was glad of
the opportunity offered him by Brydges
unci was satisfied thai ! u-ydges would
deal fairly. When llrydges told htm
the sale to Maddock was not a cash
duil he must wait he had not objected,
but he denied that he had agreed to
tuko his conmiiHston as payments wcro
New York. Sept. A.���The contents or
the will left by ltlchard Mansfield have
been made public here by Irving Dlttcn
Hofferer, who was In charge of Mr.
Mansfield's legal affairs. The will was
made in 1894, and after providing for
the payment of all just debts left by-
Mr. Mansfield, the entire estate, both
real and personal, is left to Mrs. Mansfield, who Is made the sole executrix.
As the will was made In 1894. which
was before the birth of Mr. Mansfield's
son, George Gibbs, the boy will take his
share of the estate as it Mr. Mansfield
had died without a will.
The estate is much smaller than was
generally thought. The Insurance on
Mr. Mansfield's life, which was placed
at $::ri0.o.M.. turns out to be $60,000.
$40,000 of which goes to the widow and
the remainder to the estate, the value
of which is given as $50,000. Mr. Ditton
Hofferer said for the last ten years all
Mr. Mansfield accumulated, either lu
real estate or personal property, had
been placed in the name of bis wife at
once. The house on Riverside Drive.
and the Connecticut farms wore all
transferred to Mrs. Mansfield immediately after their purchase. All plays
and manuscripts as well as all stock
held hy Mr. Mansfield In the Klchard
Mansfield Co.  are  left  to the  widow.
Calgary, Sept. 4.���But a few short
years since the man who was known to
be a believer in flying machines, was
laughed at even by his intimate acquaintances. But all that has passed
as a result of the more or less successful attempts at aerial navigation which
have become more frequent. Aeronauts of many nationalities have for
years been experimenting upon various
kinds of air craft, and each has learned
lessons from the others' failures and
Within a few miles of Stettier lives a
family by the name of Underwood, who
are of an Inventive turn of mind.   Mr.
Underwood,   Sr.,   waa   the   Inventor  of
the first rotary plow In use In the world
He Invented this implement some thirty
years since, and later sold the patent
to the  John  Deer company   who have
lt upon the market.    It has many advantages  over  other    plows,    and  six
horses  can handle  with  ease  this  ten
disc  Implement,   which   plows  a   strip
five feet wide.    In addition to this, ht
and   his   three   sons   have   invented  a
number of other articles, some of which
have  ben    stolen    from  them by  un
pripcnlled   men.    For   the   last   ten   oi
fifteen years the three sons, viz., John
B.,   Elmer   A.,  and   George   T.   Underwood have devoted a great portion of
their time to the perfecting of an air
ship.     Having   heard   so  much   of   Alberta's sunny climate and knowing tha;
the  population    were    chiefly   farmer:
who  would  be  more likely  to  ridicule
than   pry  into    their    invention,    they
moved here from the United States last
year and have been hard at work upon
their  Invention In    a    thick  clump  of
trees near the farm house.    The writer
who visited the scene of operations last
week, was not a little surprised at the I
amount of work expended upon the in
ventlon, which    when    completed will
cost in the neighborhood of a thousand
The inventors claim that they have
a perfect flying machine of the aero
plane class, or rather that the design
Is perfect, though they may be some
weeks adjusting everything so that it
will balance perfectly. The Underwood
brothers are now anxiously nwattlu-;
the arrival of their six-horse power
motor cycle engine from New York, so
that they may make the trial flight.
If it Is possible to complete the machine
In time the first flight of any distance
will he made into the Stettier fair,
which takes place on the 18th and 19tii
of this month. The Inventors have
every confidence that their invention
will be a success, and Stettlerltcs are
naturally anxious that this,, best of at!
drawing cards, will be on exhibition at
the fair this month.
WaBhburn, of Rachine, Wis., is in line
for the highest office and will be elected
Friday. Minneapolis, Pittsburg and
Jacksonville are seeking the honor of
entertaining the  next convention.
Harmless Explosive.
Chicago, Sept. 4.���At an explosion in
the Btore of Stanley R. Graham, dealer
In paints and wall paper, noth State
street, at four o'clock this morning,
partially wrecked the building and
threw out of bed several persons who
were asleep on the second floor/'" 't no
one was i ljured. The explositv. /pis
heard a mile away and the guests at
Virginia hotel near by, as well aa tu
occupants of the houses in the vicinity,
were aw kened and all for a time were
greatly excited and some people ran into the streets. The cause of the ex-
p'osion is supposed to be gunpowder.
Every window In the building was
broken and the contents of the store
were demolished. The families of E.
C. Hall and W. Clark occupied the second story.
Funeral of Archbishop of
Sum of $200,000 Set Aside as Nucleus
of Fund for Benefit of Company
Trit'%  Paid to Illustrious Dead by
Cu     -uid Laity ol United
Su     and Canada.
r"i"''       Unfortunate Accident.
.Inmes r.lchan. an employee at Koch's
mill, had his hand cut to pleceB yesterday while working at a circular saw.
The accident was noticed by some of
hlKlel'ow-workmen and every precau-
ilnn was takin to prevent Iobs of blood.
Ilichan was brought In last night to the
Heme hospital, and Dr. Hall made an
examination of the injured arm. He
found It nerasary lo amputate the hand
at the wrist. Today the Bufferer Is resting easy, considering the severity of his
Injury.  ^___
Moors   Fought  Desperately  in  Spite  of
Artillery   Fire.
Casablanca. Sept. 3.���Bight Frenchmen were killed and seventeen wounded In an engaciuient yesterday outside
the camp. The dead Include Major
Provost of the tlrst batalllon of the foreign legion, and Lieut, llenlzzas. of the
secr-nd batft.lion of Algerian sharp Bhoot-
ers. The Moors concentrated the largest force they bad yet mustered In this
vicinity and returned to the attack
again and again after encountering the
deadly fire of the French artillery and
niaohiiie guns. The enemy's losses are
described as enormous. The lighting
was started hy an attack .made by the
Moors oh  a French  scouting  party.
Good Catch of Mackerel.
Portland, Me.. Sept. 4.���The niaeken I
fleet of sixty-flve snll, composed mostly
of craft from this port and Gloucester,
Mass., Is now In ,iort and report that
In the aggregate the vessels have struck
1600,000 worth of fish. The Oreyllng,
captain Jos. Smith, of Gloucester,
caught and sold $25,205 worth of mackerel. Each man of tho crew earns $tW7
as his share of four months' work.
Captain Smith is seventy-four and the
eldest skipper of tho fleet.
General  Chapter  In  Session.
Milwaukee Sept. 4.���The twelfth triennial convention of the General Chapter met at the east side Masonic temple
today. Over 300 delegates, representing
every state In the union with the exception of Deleware, are present. In
addition delegates are here from Canada. Hawaii and the Philippines. Moat
Worth Grand Master Mrs. Madeline D.
Conkllng. of Oklahoma City, and the
most worthy grand patron, Dr. Wm. F.
Kutiii, of St. Joseph, Mo., delivered addresses and presented their reports at
the opening session. Tho revision of
Ihe constitution is one of Ihe important
things to bo considered.    Mrs.  Klin  B.
Montreal, Sept. 4.���The appropriation
of the sum of $200,000 to form a nucleus of the pension fund for officials
and employees on the Grand Trunk
system, for which legislative sanction
was obtained in the Dominion parliament last session has formed the subject of some adverse criticism by shareholders and others in the London financial papers, but it is thought in official circles here that much of this is
due to a misapprehension of the facts
and a lack of knowledge on the part of
the critics- of the conditions prevailing
and the practice now followed by iome
of the leading railways on this continent.
The question of the reorganization or
the Grand Trunk funds has been Lie
subject of careful consideration by Ibe
management, and the scheme had been
gone Into very thoroughly by the officials who had the direction and administration of the Grand Trunk benefit
The appropriation Is not regarded in
the lib!u oi a burden or of a lavish disbursement of the funds that shoul I go
to the swe'Mij oi dividends, but rarher
as a good business Investment. It is
not a new policy so far as the Gra id
Trunk Is concerned, but the placing upon a practical basis of a plan that has
been maturing for some  time.
The Grand Trunk has completed a
most successful half year and the present is regarded as a most favorable
time for the inauguration of a pension
The accounts of the companj for
the half year ending June 30 show that
the gross receipts amounted to ��3,-
381.200 sterling, working expenses ��2,-
446,500, net receiiits ��934,700 while net
revenue charges for the half year less
credits are ��480,600. This leaves a balance of ��454,100 for the six months.
There is still a deficiency of ��S7.-
800 in the Canada Atlantic division and
of ��11,000 on the Detroit Grand Haven
and Milwaukee, making a total of ��98,-
800, but, deducting this, there remaius
a surplus of ��355,300. To this there is
added the balance of ��13,000 which
was left over after the dividend dlstii-
button for the half year ending December last, which brings the total up to
Out of this ��36S,000 it 's piopo..fd
to set aside ��40.000 to form the nucleus of the pension fund which bad
been the subject of discussion among
the London shareholders.
The balance of ��328.000 admltB of
the payment of dividends for the half
year in the 4 per cent, guaranteed stock
and first and second preference stocks,
leaving about ��14.000 to be carried forward.
The accounts for the Grand Tiunk
Western for the year ended June 80
show a surplus sufficient to provide for
tho interest on the mortgage bonds ami
leave a balance of about ��18,200.
It Is expected that tho future conti I-
biulons to the pension fund will amount
to  ��15,000 per annum.
Boston, Sept. 4.���Honored by a prince
of the church, the cardinal archbishop
of Baltimore, an Intimate friend for upwards of half a century, by a host of
prelates  and   priests,  by the  commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the city
of Boston, where he was born, the Host
Rev. John Joseph Williams, archbishop
ot  Boston,  and    Dean    of the Roman
Catholic    hieraarchy    in    the    United
States,    was     today     placed    in    the
cvrr.it beneath    the    high altar ot the
Cathedral  of the    Holy    Cross   which
stands as a monument to his labor. The
solemn   ceremony   of  transferring   the
body   from   the  huge   catafalque   upon
which the casket had rested since Monday, to its place of repose beneath the
great  white  altar, following a pontifical
mass of requiem.    The requiem, which
was    made    deeply    impressive    by a
wealth of solemn splendor and elaborate ritual, was celebrated by Cardinal
Gibbons, whose rank was bestowed upon
him by Pope Louis XIII. at the request
of  Archbishop  Williams,  who had declined the honor In favor ot hla closest
friend in the hierarchy.   Following the
chanting of the Nlcene Creed, the deceased prelate's coadjutor, and now his
successor, the Rev. Wm. H. O'Connell,
delivered  an  eloquent  eulogy.     Before
the solemn pontifical mass, masses tor
the late Archbishop Williams .were said
or   sung  in   the   parish ' churches   and
chapels of  the  Jurisdiction.    Although
admission was by  ticket the cathedral
was crowded to the doors long before
the beginning of the service, and thousands of people stood In the streets.
Killed   and  Injured.
Toronto, Sept.  4.���The dead in yesterday's wreck    are:      Jaa. Banks, ot
Perth;   Norman  Tucker,  12  years, son
of Bandmaster Tucker, Flesherton; Jno.
Thurston, Walter's Falls;  A. A. Miller,
Markdale;   Jas.   O.  Buller,   Princeville,
and one unidentified  person.    The  injured:     A.   J.   Robinson,  Orangeville;
J. M.    Davis.    Markdale;     S.    Hoggin.
Guclph;  A. McDonald, Shelburne;  Mrs.
A. ��� McDonald,    Shelburne;    Mrs.    Dr.
Caldwell, Flesherton;  Mrs. McCormlck,
Markdale;     D.  Madill,    Caledon;   John
Body, Flesherton;    Mrs.    S.    Webster,
F.orntng'.i Mills;  Frang Graham. Mark-
dale: Geo. Rutherford, Shelburne; Q. E.
Gray, Markdale; J. A. Kelly, Shelburne;
F. A. Kelly. Shelburne; W. A. Hlllhouse.
address   unknown;     H.  H. Albert,   Orangeville;     Maggie   Patterson,    Badge-
row;   Surah   Patterson,  Badgerow;  one
unidentified.     The   accident   seems   to
have been cause by the ditching of the
train through some as yet unexplained
cause and the telescoping ot the cars.
Paint King's Portrait. M^
New York, Sept. 4.���Mrs. Leslie Cotton,. who has been commissioned by
King Edward to paint his portrait has
high social position in thlp city. Among
her paintings are likenesses of mary
well known persons of the metropolis.
She was Miss Marietta Benedict and !n
a woinun of beauty and much charm of
manner. Her art studies took her lo
Paris Where, under the Instruction of
the best masters, she developed her
talent for portraiture. She painted pi r-
truits of Prince lllsmnrk. the Duke of
t'auibr'id'*e. and other Kuropeun celebrated poople.
Musical  Stars.
London. Sept. 4.���Willie Schuller and
Betty Wolf, the latter the youngest
prima donna on the stage, who will ap- .
pear in an English production of Buc-
cini's Madame Butterfly, have Just arrived here from Europe. Hen* Schuller
is the hading tennor of Germany. He
was formerly a soldier In the German
army and was decorated hy the emperor
for saving the life of a drowning child
at Metz. He used to sing to his comrades In the evening, and on one occasion he was heard by professor Weull-
ner. riie conductor of the German symphony concert, who persuaded htm to
take up an operatic career.
Great Composer Dead.
Bergen, Norway, Sept. 4.���Edward
Hagerup Grieg, the composer, dlod
suddenly here this morning. Dr. Grieg
was born at Bergen In 1843, of Scotch
ancestry, and received his musical education at Lelpslc and Copenhagen,
'" Successful Fruit Growing.
F. G. Fauquier came down from the
Needles last night, and will remain In
the city for a few days attending to
some urgent legal business. Mr. Fauquier has had time to appreciate the
value of his year's fruit crop on his
ranch at the Needles. It will be borne
in mind thut this is the first year he
lias engaged In shipping fruit as a business proposition, and when lt Is stated
that already his returns for small fruit,
etc., amount to nearly $1,500, it will be
roneluded that fruit growing on the
Arrow lakes has passed beyond tbe experimental stage. Mr. Fauquier's fruit
Btnck Is all young, and next year under
ordinarily favorable conditions his crop
should at least treble that of this sea-
son. Tho real hard work of the ranch
has been done, and It will only remain
-low to give careful attention to the
trees and plants already In. In other
words, the Investment has already been
mado. and future crone will be almost
the clean profit of tho time, labor and
U *! ���
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We are now
o))imi ing up a large
shipment of
Limoges Elite China
These   goods   are   assorted   so that   you   can   select  any   pieces   you
prefer and make up to your taste.
Mijjl-iest Quality at Lowest  Prio��s*a.
A carload  of '"31", k.
ha* Just  arrived.
These goods have advanced  slightly,  but we offer them
man Sir Fred, Burden haa loritf eince
lost the respect of the country. Ills retention iu ihf cahinet is an even more
pluring advertisement of the mental
ami moral poverty of the T^lbernl party
than the appointment of Messrs ttraham
and Pugsley.
It seems tu he generally admitted
that .Mr. Sifton was invited to re-enter
the cabinet. The invitation can only lie
interpreted either as a deliberate defiance to public opinion of the country
born of an awakened civic conscience,
or as a counsel of despair. Mr. Sifum's
record is bad. His methods, political
and financial, admit of no defence. Hut
he is a man of undoubted ability, and
he was. perhaps still is, a political force
in  the  middle  west.
Mr. Sifton is said to have required
as a condition of his return ihe retirement of the three outworn veterans.
Sir Richard Cartwright. Senator Scott
and Mr. Paterson. Sir Wilfrid If
probably shrewd enough politician to
recognize the wisdom from a party
point of view, of the recommendations,
but he is quite unequal to such heroic
measures, and he probably shrank in
dismay from the appalling task of finding three more ministers even In provincial   legislatures.
On the whole the now restored cabinet is the weakest by far that has ever
assembled at Ottawa.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office
D. B. WILKIE. President.
Cspltal Authorized
HON. ROBEKT;jAFFRAY, Viee-President
Capital   Paid   Up   ..
Branches in British Columbia:
Interest  allowed on  deposits  from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
nbuson bra-vch      J.   JM.   LAV,   Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated   A.  D.  1869.
Capital $3,900,000     Reserve   Fund $4,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of Banking  Business.
Savings Bank Department, and
Interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Publlabed ilx nays a wee* hy the
Baker St..   Nelson, B. O
tUDacrlptlon rates, 50 ccnu a month delivered
IB tha city, or $5.00 a year lt nent by mall, when
paid in advance.
Advertising; rates on application.
All monies paid in settlement ot The Dallj
Canadian account*, either lor subscription*, or
adTertlslng, mutt be receipted for on the priutea
forms ol the Company, other receipts are not
valid.   .
Wednesday,   September   4,   1907.
If the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Corn-
any can ship from GO to 80 cars of coke
a day out of the country, it need experience no difficulty in fulfilling its statu
tory obligation to supply the requirements of the British Columbia smelters
and Northport. There is not much excuse for the smelting of the product of
a British Columbia mine on the other
side of the international boundary. It
is building up an American not a Canadian town, and the owners of the smelter have the privilege of paying nearly
all the taxes of the county In which it
Is located. Still the smelter is there
and no one would wish to hamper Its
management it is not likely that the
g ivernment could insist on the Crow's
Nest Pass Coal company supplying the
Northport smelter with coke, as its
charter does not provide for that, but
ao objection need he raided to the shipment of coke across the boundary line
for use at Northport in treating British
Columbia ore. This is really a side
issue, however,. The big coal company
can easily supply all the home smelters
and Northport and still have coke to
export. Its starving of the home smelters
was neither involuntary nor accidental.
Tat i
Land District.   Dlatrlct of West K on ten
notice that K. K. r. Smyth, nf   troeter,
C occupation lumberman, int-nds to apply (n
a spec la limber licence over Uie following de-
M-ribctl landi:
No. 1. Command na ata post  planted near the
northeast QoraeijMMi ol Lot Aa   .1643, en Lemon
Creek and marked K. B   1*. Smyth 10 Uth well OOP-
tier pott No l, theme -w chums north more "r
|��N to about midway of the south boundary line
yt timber Llcettee No. 9066, thenee no chain*.'east,
theme -10  chalus  south,thenee   In  (tonus eaat,
thence 40 chalua eolith, thenoe B0 chain* weet,
more or Ian to the southeast ooroer of af..rc**aid
l^.t tto. 8MS. tnanue 4u chain** north, thenee U
chains weal lo Uie point of Commencement.
Dated -&th July, jyo7. k s. p. .-myth,
Henry Keichert. Aire tit.
Nelson Land District. District of Weet Kootenay
No. 3
Take   notice  that J. It. F.  Stewart, of cuing-
wood, Ont, occupation   Lumberman, intends  to
apply for a special timber licence ever the following dcscribid hunts: Commencing nt it p ������t
planted about 56 chains south an.l Mi hains west
of post No. 2. marked J. li F. strwart'a N. B, corner post, thence south lfio chains, thenee weal i"
chains, thence northlM chains, thence eaet 40
chains to place oi commencement contalnlngtMO
acres more or lest*.
July |Mth, 1W7. Jamks ft. F BTXWAXT.
Nelson Land District     District of We* 1 Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry Keichert ol Nelaon, B.
C , prospector, intends to apply for a special licence to cut aud carry aw ay tlmbei Iroin the following deseiibed la nils:
No 6, Commencing at a post planted near the
northeast corner post of Timber Licence Po 89B4
snd marked Ueury Keichert noribwect corner*
post No 6, IhVIlOe HO chaius aootb, thence ��0
i halns east, thence 80 chains north, thence 80
Ohalna west to place of commeiicemout.
Dated July 26th, 1907.
No. 7 Commencing at a post plained near the
northwest corner [Mist of Umber licence No 9265
and marked Uenry Keichert et, west corner post
No 7. ihence 160 chains cast, theme -to chains
north, thence 160 chains west, theme 40 chains
south to point of commeucemeut.
Dated July 26th. 1907.
No. 8. Commencing at a post planted on Monument creek about 7o chains more or less from
where Monument creek empties into Union
creek and marked Henry fteli nerl nortbeaal corner post No. 8 thence 16U chaius south, theuce 40
chains west, thence 160 chains north, thence 40
chains east to place of commencement
Dated July s*tilh, 19u7 Hjcnky RncKVBT,
1 .oca tor.
Since Sir Wilfrid Laurier's return
from Ixmdon every expression of interest In the performance of his pressing
tank of reconstructing the cabinet has
beeu promptly and angrily rebuked by
the Liberal press with the rather unnecessary information that the premier
would take his time and would not be
Well, the premier has taken his time,
evidently he has not hurried and the
result is the appointment nf George ".
Graham, of Brockvllle, and W. F.
Pugsley of St. John. It cannot be said
that the result is worthy of the care
and  deliberation evidently  exercised in
the   choice.     It  has  met   with   unfavorable   criticism   in    every   independent
paper, and with at least no euthusiasm
from   the     regular     supporters   of   Ibe
Personally Mr. Grihim li an unexceptionable  choice.    Th i  fact   lhat his
appointment   may  >-e  tlltLftStetul  to cM
Liberal   members  frou   Ontario  .��   not
at   al!   discreditable     to     Sir     w; Mid
Laurier.    It was quite evidetu fro;., tiu-
flrst that the premier had decided that
his following in parliament did not <on-
tain any possible cabinet material. That
he had  so decided is coWl ined  toy Hi*
fact that both his new lieutenant*. hi��ve
been chosen not from hid DUPPOl era at
Ottawa but from prov-j-nl Ugis'atutes
Mr. Graham is personally popular. Ills
public  record  Is clean, and  uj  tlicw d
tact and   skill  as  well  as  courage and
loyalty in his leadership of the extreme
ly slender representation of the Libera]
opposition at Toronto.    Hut except for
the  last few  weeks of the existence of
the   dying   Robs   government,   Mr.   Gra
ham has had no administrative experience.     His   capacity  for   directing   th*
work of the department of railways and
canals  la entirely problematical.      His J Is no mention.
appointment, indicates unmistakeably
that Sir Wilfrid Laurier was not seeking strength for his cabinet for the administration of the country, but strength
for his party in the next campaign.
The appointment of W\ F. Pugsley is
of a different kind. I'nlike Mr. Graham
he has had some administrative experience, and not altogether unsuccessful
although the net result was a huge addition to the provincial debt of New
Brunswick, and the task bequeathed to
his successor of raising a forced loan of
$1,500,000, on most unfavorable terms,
to meet the pressing liabilities of the
But if he has a slight advantage over
his new Ontario colleague In respect of
experience, the advantage is all the
other way on a comparison of personal
merit. Mr. Pugsley has been everything
from a Conservative to a Socialist, including Liberal and Temperance candidate. The defeat of a party has ever
been a signal for Mr. Pugsley's desertion. His present association with the.
Liberal party dates from Its victory at
the palls In lfc'jG. During the years of
Conservative ascendancy Mr. Pugsley
was of course a loyal supporter.
His present acceptance of office alone
constitutes a crowning act of personal
treachery. His latest political benefactor was H. K. Kmmerson. Mr. Kn.nor*
son resigned from the cabinet professedly to secure greater fredom to pursue
his private foes. He was to be entirely
vindicated in the courts, and his vindication was to be followed by his triumphant return to the Dominion cabinet. The counsel who was to secure
bis vimlfc.'tion In the courts was W. F.
Pugsley. The trial stopped owing to
the rejection of a technical objection
advocated by Mr. Pugsley. Mr. Kmmerson was not vindicated but still not convicted. His reputation might have been
saved by the friendly cloud of doubt for
an Indefinite period,    it remained  for
his loyal friend and engaged counsel to
oonrtet him at the bar of public opinion
by his hasty acceptance of ihe office to
which Mr. Kuimersou had promised to
One new minister with practically no
record and one with a distinctly bad
record, are tbe result of Sir Wilfrid's
profound study and  deliberation.
Of the remaining tainted members of
his   cabinet,   whose   removal   has   been
openly and  persistently  waged even by
Liberal organs. Sir Fred. Borden, there
As a minister and us a
Less than three weeks remain now
before the opening of the Nelson Fair.
The directors have spread their work
over the whole year and all preparatory
work is done. It remains for the people
of Nelson to rise to the occasion and
make the Fair as successful financially
and every other way as any of its predecessors.
It is not necessary to quote the
Montreal Star and the Toronto World
to prove that Mr. Borden Is not advocating Socialism. All that is required
is intelligent reading of his own speech.
Selson Land District.   IMsim-i ol West Kootenay
Notice is hereby given that80 dayi after date
I intend lo apply to the Chlel < ommlssloner oi
LaihIs and Works for permission to cut and
carry away timber from the lollowini deacrlbed
No. 1 Commencing at a posl marked H. �� 8.
N. W corner 200 chains east "f the N. K. cornel
of lot No 812, post marked EC. 8. N. K. corner,
theuce east 80 chains, theoc- south 80 ciiaius,
thence west 80 chains, theme north SO chalus to
plaee of commencement oontalnlng 64n acres.
No. 5 commencing at the N, w corner of H .
at S. timber claim No. 4, thenee north -������ chains,
thence east HO chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west Ho chaius to place of 1-omnieiic.inienl
ai location pjst No. 5, containing 640 aerea
I   (J. StHKKMKKiioie-'. 1-ocator.
fieo   Huscroft, Atfent.
Dated July 8tb.liW7.
Nelaon Laud DfltrlOt District of West Kootc.iav
Take notice shat Paul AugUlt Pauls* D, of Kitchener, B. 0.| occupation lumberman, intends
to apply fora special t; i r licence over the following described lands : rommeiietng at a post
planted at the Bouthwest comer of surveyed lot
T-ril-t, 1 thence south to the northern boundary
of timber licence No. 701*. thenee west to the
northwest corper of aaid limber licence, tbence
south to the northern boundary of lot &1-. thenee
following said boundary, of said lot weet to the
ritrbt of-way of the British Columbia Southern
Hallway, thence following said light*ot*>wa7 in a
north-easterly direction to place of commencement, and containing t>*0 acres, more or lets*
- Dated July 2nd, li*/?.    PAUL ai<,i>t PAt*L*ON.
Notice 1b hereby given that GO days* alter date I
intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to port base
ihe following described lands, situated in Woat
Kootenay district: Commencing at a jk.si marked by name as initial post of the South Fork
branch, one hundred feet from the junction of
Lost creek with the south fork; theuce one*
'piarter mile to the northwest corner poat,thenoe
one mile to the northeast corner posl, thenee
one-quarter mile to the southeast corner post,
ihence one mile to  the place ol commencement
June 27, i*)7. Located by Wm   Connolly.
NelBon Land District. District oi Weat Kootenay
Take notice that Moore. Kepple A; �� o., of Garland. Penn , occupation lumbermen, intends lo
apply lor a special timber licence over the fol
lowing described lands
Commencing at a po
planted on Mosquito creek, on the west side Oi
Arrow lake, and al-out one half mile west of the
south west cornerof timber limit No. 4MT7, thence
north HO chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south HO chains, thence east Ho chains to point of
commencement, and containing 6-to acres, more
or less.
Dated 15th, July, 1907.     Moor*, Kcri'LK it Co.
John B. Calkins, Agent.
One of Nelson's Pretty Home Cottages of 2 bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom; hot and
cold water; large basement. Nice view
of lake. (1,600, $900 down; balance on
easy terms. Certainly a snap. 3 lots
75 x 125. Apply to J. R. B-, Daily
Mottee is hercby-adven that after the expiration
of-ixty uays from the date hereof the Patrick
Lt inl.er Company, Limited, Intends to submit to
the Honorable Chief Cominisnloner ol Land- and
Works a proposal under the provisions of the
"Itlvers and streams Act" and Amending Acts.
for tha rfrhl to improve the Hlocan rlvtr from
the mill dam of said company (situate about
three miles above the junction ol sain Hlocan
river with the Kootenay river.) to thp mouth of
the Little Niveau river, and to improve the Little
slocan river and branrhes thereof to the northern boundary ol sub lot 2, lot 7180, and Bub-lot 1,
lot 7161 group one, Kootenay district, and to
improve the tributaries of (.aid rivers; and re-
meve obstructions from said rivers and tributaries, and lo make the same fit for driving, storing, sorting booinlui,' and ratling loss, timber,
lumber, rafts, and crafts; also for the right to
Collect tolls thereon.
'I he lands to be affected are the following : (a)
Ixits :to:,, 73fift, MM, MM , 645?, 3*il0, 6H-J7, M46. SfttW,
7028, 7065, R0O, WIS, all tn Group one, Kootenay
district; also lands covered by pre-emptions
numbered 46, ]-���.;. 11.%, 13A, 143. 164 and 570; also
lands covert", by timber licenses numbered MM.
ftfWt., .V*m, 55H5, 5586, W-H7, and 5588; also lands of
the crown.
Dated this 6th day of July, 1907.
by its solicitor, R. w. IIanninotom
Take notice that BO days alter date J Intend to
apply to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, Victoria, for permission to
cut and carry away timber from the following
described land, in West Kootenay:
No. 1- Commencing nt a post planted at the
southwest corner of timber license 8546, thence
west HO chains, thferi'-e south 80 chains, theuce
cast 80 chains, thence north 80 chains to place of
Dated May 81, 1907.       J. T. Bt'ROMa, Locator.
J   W, t'oLBPRN, Agent.
No. 2. Commencing al a post planted at the
southeast corner of application No. 1, thence east
HO cnalns, thence north m chains, thence west 80
chains, theuce south 80 chains to place of commencement
Dated May 81, 1907.       J   T. BURGKsn. Locator,
J. W. colbuiin. Agent.
The 8ilver Grill has opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The beat 35 cent
meal In the city.
Ladies' New Fall
and Winter Coats
We are showing our firs*^ importation of Ladies'
Coats. The very latest and nobbiest styles in clothl
etc. Now is the time to make your selection when
stock is complete. No two coats alike, we invite in-
Nelson Land District.   Hiauict of Weal k'u.'teiiay.
Take notice that George Alexander, ol Kailo,
B. l\, intends to aptdv ior a special limber
licence   over   the    tollowlntt   described    lanoet
Oommanolag ��i a poal planted ai tbe north weet
corner of Se. ttoii 13, ownablp7. K otenay OU;
trlct, being about one-third of a mile south of
the south boundary   Hue  ol  the Indian reeei v.-;
thence s -uth about :�� chains t.. the eaiterljf
bank of Kootenay river; thence - utheaataiiy
alonn Kootenay river bank at ���out �������� chains to
the south boundary of Section 12, Towneblp 7;
thence easterly about M chain* to '!"��� northwest
corner of Lot 2M; Ihebce north hi chain**, along
the weM boundary ol Lot SU| thence mats)
chains to the point of noromt nceiueiii, and containing 6lo urn s, more or 1< s>
Dated Julv 4. 1W07. (Jfokok Ai kxani-ih.
Nelson I and Dlatliol    Diitrti to! Weal Ko.it.-nay.
Take notice thar   1 van   tfe< 1*11 nnd   Fraser, of
Ferule, ti. 0 . Clark. Kite   ds tfi apply for a IpOOJa]
licence  over  the  following   deaerlbad   laud-;
Commcncitiri at   a    poat    planted  al-out seven
miles west of 'he K.M.euay liver,  aii-i about one
mile norlh of the In-ernaitonaJ boundary Line,
and about one and a .-uarter north-easter!]1 from
the nor'h eaat eornei of timber licence No. BOc.7,
thence south SO chains, thei.ee weat to phalna,
thence north ao chttiua, them ���- east ��� I t.altis to
jioiut of commencement, and containing 64o
acres, more or less.
Locatad tatii,of June, I907.
KvjN M( (I.r.LI.AN   I  i-.i.-i* i;
Dated thisHth of July. IW7.
Nelaon Land District.   Dtflrlft of West COOtonay
lake notice that Voore, Kepple .v Do - ��������� Qai
tumbarmiin, Intend to
P the   lol-
I p.
land, Penn., occupation
apply lor a special timber licem
lowing desonbod Landa:   Commencing
planted on Mono,ulto creek, t>n  the  went itdi
Arrow lake, and al>otlt oue half mile treat, of the
���-. uth weal corner of timber limit No. 4��77, thenee
south xii ehalns, thence west HO chalus, thence
north no .bains, theuce east HO chain-- lo point of
.  until, tic. tin;nt, and   coulaiuiiiit ������40 acre*, more
' I)ate��] 15th July, 1907.     Mookk, K ai-ri.l ,t To,
John K.cimini, Atceul.
Nelaon Land I'istrtct. Dlgtrtotol Wat* Kootenay
Take notice lhat William Andrew Koss, of
Fernie. B C. hotel-keeper intends to appiv foi
n special limber licence over the following described Landi;   Commenclnf at a pout ntanted
��� bootall mllea ��esto| the Kootenay river, on
i urn   ' reek,    in the   District   ol  West   Koofenay
and being about m mile** north ol the inter
imti >nal boundary line, and situate at the
inn -tin .t��t .Miner of William   Andrew   1'.. ��������-'   No
B timber claim, thanoa north no chains, thenee
west Be Chalnei   thence  south Ho  chains,   thence
aaal ^i chalna, to the point of cominetireiueut
Located Juiyiard. 1&U7
I   , ���    . the Mh of Auk    ''*'���
William Avorkw r ���-
Take notice that Q. 0. Clark, ol Velson, B. 0.,
saloon keeper. mteUils to apply for a special timber licence over the Following deacrlbed land:
Commenduir. at a p -t planted on Morning
Mountain. at>out one mile west of Sun Iter ��� reef,
snd adfotnlngO. ��� Clark's location for timtxT
licence No 1, and about one mile south of Nel
sou, thence west fiAJ chaius, thenee sotith mi
halns,   thenoe  east HO chalna,   theuce   north ni
���hains to place of tivKllining
*-*i, 1907
Dated July Iflfh,
C.  (.'. CLARK,
Daviii B(��oth. Attent.
Nelson Land District.   District ol Wa
that I. H. F.  Wallao
per. intend to apply f-.
the    follow in-.'
p*"*t planted about lour
inay river and one mile
tm; boundary inn-, thence
c ni-! ho chains, thence
[���>��� west ao chains to tbe
rontalnlng 040 acre*,
Nelaon Land District. Dlstrlctof West Kootenay
Taka notice that I, Kllzabaifc FerKUson. of Nelson. Brltlah Columbia, occupation marrlct wa
man. intend lo appiv for p rmlA->|oti to piircba��e
tbe following describe'! land: Commencing at a
post planted 40 chains Veal Ol the souih��*ast corner of  nee-lion ri, Tow imhipfia. Kootenay, and
inarkeil *'K. K.'s N K corner.'' thence Waal ft]
i haitiK. theuce south 4" chalus. thence east Nl
chains, theuce north 40 chalus to the place of
commencement and containing   '���'������ acres more
l.'.th Julv. A. D. I*i7.
KLlj-lTETH Faaot'Lo'i.
by w. a. Gaidar, aaent.
F. C. GREEN       F. P. BURDEN       A. H. GREEN
Gvil Engineers, Dominion  and  British
Columbia Land Surveyors
Y. 0. Box 145    Phooe24JB.
Take notice that John Koss, of Fernie. B. (;.,
hotel-keeper, lntandi to apply for a special timber licence over the following, described lauds;
1. Commencing at a post planted In the D|i-
tridof West Kootenay. Nelaon Mining Division,
on the north fork of the south fork of Lost creek.
about Ave miles up creek from where two forks
meet and about six miles north of the international Boundary Line ami about twentv-elgbt
miles west of Kootenay Kiver, tbence east BO
chains, tbence north HO chains, thence west HO
chains to bank of "aid creek, thence down stream
to place of com mi-neetneut.
J. Kohh, LooatoT,
2. Commencing at H pott planted at the southwest comer of I. Kihu'k No, 1 locution, thence
west HO Chalna, thence north HO chains, thence
east HO chains more or less Ut bank of said creek,
thenee down itream to place of commencement.
J. Koss, Locator.
3. Commencing %\ h ..on planted ator near
the southwest corner of J. Koss's No. 1 location,
thence wcatao -hains, thence south HO chains.
Ihenoe eaat BO chalna, more or less, to said creek,
���henee up stream to place of beginning
jT koh3, Locator.
4. Commencing at a post planted at or near
the southwest corner of J Moss's No. 1 location,
thente east so chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west ho ehalns, more or less, to bank of
said creek, thence up slieam lo place of commencement.
J. Ross, Locator.
B. Commencing at a post planted about two
miles south ol the southwest corner of J. Ross s
No.l location. On ihe north fork of the south
fork of L st creek, and about four miles up
stream, from where the two forks meet, thence
east tm chalus, thence north 80 chains, thence
west HO Ohalna, more or less, to bank of said
creek, thence down stream to place of commencement.
J. Ross, Locator.
g. Commencing at a post planted at, or near,
the aOutbWeal corner of J. Ross's No. 5 location,
on Lost creea, thence went 80 chains, thence
north ni ^ in thence 80chains east,  more or
less, to bank of <-ai-i creek, thence down stream
to place of commencement.
Located JBtb June, 1W07. J. Ross, Locator.
Time for advertising extended by the Assistant
Nelson Land District    District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that Thos. K. L. Logan, of Hon*
ncr's Kerry, occupation painter, intends to apply
lor a special  timber  licence  over  the  following
descrila-d Lands*   Commencing at a post planted
on the south shin of Houtolary creek about 10
miles west of the Kootenay tiver, theme weel HO
chains, thence aoulh HO chains, theuce east 80
chains, thence north 80 chalus to the point of
commencement, and containing MO acres, more
or <<������-.
Dated July 6th, 1907. Thomas K  L. LOOAN.
r7L-��yt*orntr of
-haflis, thence
Take notice
B  Oh hotel k
limber   licence
mllea west of the
north ol the lnternatii
south hi) chains. ihcu>
north 80 chains,  then
point of commencement,
more or leas.
Dated JulyMrd, 1907.
2. Commencing at a poal planted at the north
west corner ol location No.l, thetoe south ho
chains, thence weat ft)chalna, thence north HO
chain-, thanea east 80 chalna to the point of
commencement, containing Olo acres, .more or
Dated July 23rd, 1907.
3. Commencing at a post planted at norlh
west cornerof location No. 3, thence north Ho
chains, thence west ho chains, thence south HO
chains, thence aaal 10 Ohaina to tbe point of
commencement, containing MO acres, more or
Dated July 2-.rd. 1907.
4. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of No. 1 location, thanea north ho
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south HO
chains, thence west 80 chains t o the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres, mure or
Dated July 23rd, 1"07.
ft, Commencing at a post planted about two
miles north ami 'j, mile cast of the northweal
corner of location No. 1, ihence aouth 80 chaius,
thence east 8" chains, thence north Ho chains,
thence west HO chain?- to the point nf commencement, containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Dated July ��tnl, 1'JU7.
6. Commencing ut a pott planted at northwest corner of location No. *>, thence south 80
chains, tbenoa west HO chains, thence north 80
chalua, thence cant ho chains to the point ol commencement, containing 6*o acres more or less.
Dated July MM, 1907.
7. Commencing at a post planted at the north*
west corner of location No. 6, thence north 80
cnaine, thence weal ni chalna. thence south 80
chains, thence east ho chains to the point of commencement, containing 64*i acres more or less.
Dated July 23rd. 1807
Commeiiclnjr at a pout planted it the north
of   location  No.'i,   thonoa   north   ho
Ho chains,   thenee  fouth ni
chains. tnen'*e weal Ni chains to the point of commencement, containing tilo acres more or leaa.
Dated July 23rd, 1807.
it. Commencing at a post piantc-t about 2
miles west ol the northwest cornerof location
No ft, thence south 80 chain-, theuce east - ���
chains, thence north Ho chains, thenee west H
chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or leas.
Dated July 24lh, 1907.
10. Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner oflocitinn No. 9, thence not th
ho chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south BO
chains, thence west HO chains to the point of
commencement, containing 010 acres, more or
Dated July 24th, 1907.
11 Commencing at a post planted al-out I
'., miles wcl of itie north went corner of location
No 9 and about U mile south thereof, thence
south 80 chains, thenee east ho chains, th- n c
north HO chains, thence west SU chains to ihe
point of commencement, containing 0W nana,
more or luss.
Dated July 24lh, 1907.
IU. Commencing at a post planted at trie north
west corner of location No 11, thence north >vi
chains, thenee east HO chains, thence south 8u
chains, thence west 80 chains to the point ol
commencement, containing 610 acres, more or
Dated July Mill, 1907.
13. Commencing ut a poat planUh! u the northwest corner of location No 11, thei.ee north 60
chains, thence wast 80 chains, thence soinhNi
chains, thence eHst 80 chains to ihe point of
commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or
''Dated July 24th. 1907
14. Commencing al a post planted at the northwest corner of location No, 11, thence south 80
chains, thence west Ho chains, thence north 80
chains, thence cast HO chains to the point of
cninmencement, containing 64o MUM, more or
Dated July 2tth, 1907.
16. Commencing at a post planted about two
miles north of north west corner of location of No.
11, them e south Ho chains, thenee east ��h chains,
thenee north HO chains, thence west 80 chain**
to the point of commencement, containing 640
acres, more or less.
Dated July 24th, IMF.
]fi, Commencing ata post planted al the northwest corner of locntlon No 15, thence north HO
chains, theuce east HO ohalna, thence south 80
Chains, thence west HO chains to the point of
commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
Dated July 2tth, 1907
17. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of location No IA, thenee north 80
chains, thctiee west HO chain*-, theice south Ho
chains, thence east HO cbaini to the point of
commencement, containing i-10 acres, more or
Dated July 21th, 1907.
18 Commencing; nt a post planted at the
northwest corner of location No 15, Lhenoeaonti.
80 chains   thence west HO chaiiiM, tbenoa north Ho
chains, thenee eaat 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing Mo acres more or less
Dated July 24ib, 1907. H F. Wallace. Locator,
John BhowN, Agent,
Nelson I-aii l District.   District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, David <J    Kurti. of   Nelson,
H   ��  I'rtr: .,*���  merchant, Intend   to apply [or
permission to purchase the following described
lauil: Commencing al a post planted at the
aoathweet corner of section 34, township W.
KOOteoay, and marked "D. U. K.'s H. W. corner."
theme north so chains, theuce east 40 chains,
thane* Math tD chains, theuce west 4" chalus
to the point of coiuuu:uc,-ment and containing
3H0 acres more or leas.
1Mb July, lst/7. DATTJ>Q   Krext,
W. A  Calder. agent.
Take   notice that 1. Thomaa Harry Wilson, In-
ten.I tn apply (or jHTiiiiM-hni to purchase tne n>i-
lowtng deacrlbed landi Commencing at a post
planted at the H. K. comer of ]ot7,VW*nd marked!
.n, k. corner,thenea south lo chain-', thanea
weat 10 chalna, thenoa Booth lo chains, thanea
west 10 chains, thence south 10 chains, tbence
west lo ciiaius, thence south 10 chains, thence
west lo chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
aft 4o  chain*-   to   point   of  commencement and
June 7, 1907
-oh taming lis.) acre**, more or less
"   1907
William alokxo Mills, .'gent
Ni l--.ii Land Dlxtrlct.   District of We-si Kootenay
Take notice that I. John 1    ng. of Nelaon, B.C.,
occupation   miner   Intend      i apply for   perinis-
sion   to purchase the (ol' twiu ! flesarlbod lauds:
Commenelxtg at a poal planted *t the  s   k  of
Uit HoVi, thence east 20  chains, tnence  aOUth 90
Chalna, thenee  west i��   chalus, thence   north  31
chain-- to i-.ii.! ol coinmeiicement, containing 40
acres, more or less.
August 2nd, 1907, John La ho.
Notice Is hereby given that 00 days alter date, I
' Col
the following described   laud   In  West Kootenay
Intend to  apply to the Ho
Land-   and Work" for  pernils-iou to j
dlatrlct, on wem ibore ol Lower Arrow L*k
adj.in,ing Ixit No. 4'JIH, on the south : lleglnuiug
at a post marked "tiarry McI>-im1'k N.K corner
i>"*l and planted on the shore of biwi-r Arrow
Lake, at the southeast cornel of Capl Koslnnd's
. IBM, thence sent 20 ehalns, theuce south 20
chains more or leas to the uorth boundary of K
Fulimore's P. R , thence 2o chalus cast along the
said boundary to lake, thence north along the
lake shore 20 chains, more or less to point of
May 2nd, 1907. J. D, KoorB,
Agent for Harry HoLaooL
Nelson Laud District.   Dlstrlctof West Kootenay.
Take notice lhat 'ieorge Rufus Carter of Sirdar,
ooenpetion, brumamaa, intends bo apply for p*.*r-
tnlaalotl to purchase the following described
and : t omii-eii'tnK at post nlaiiti*d at the norlh-
waal Corner Ol ll. Ross'application to purchase,
mark- d .-i. W., tbonot north 40 chalna, thenee
cunt to chains, thence south JO chains to A.
Curry's pre-emption, theuce west BO ehalns.
thwi . -ontli 20 chains, thence west l!U chains to
(dace of commeucemeut containing i jo acres
more or less.
Dated July 12, 1907.        OEOHOE ROPOl CartKH,
W. J. 8��ott, Ageni
Nelson l -in l District. Dlstrlctof West Kootenay'
Take n.itlee that (Jcorge Hturm. of Millings,
Montana, 0 H. A., occupation, merchant. In-
tends to apply for permiaslon to purehaw the
following 'lescrtbcd land: Commencing ���t a
|H>st planted on the west shore o( uppar What-
i-han (Cariboo) lake, and at the north weM . <-rio-r
of i ot 8139, thence west rO i haltn,. thenee toutfa
lo chiiltis, thence east B chains, ihenre north p>
r hains to point of commencemeiit. ,,n<l containing ao acraar1 more or less.
laymh, iwr7.
Oan Hrran,
Nelson l -us.i District,   Dlitrlct of West Kooteiiav.
Take notice lhat Walter   McNeil, ,.f Billing,.,
Montana, I'. H. a., occupation merchant, intends
to apply for permission to purobaha the follow-
Ing described land : < ominelieing at u post planted on i he went shore of I'pper Whati-lihli (Cariboo)
lake, and at the northwest cornerof Ixit 8139,
ihence west H chains, thence north ho chains,
theuce east 20 chains, thcuie south HO chains to
point of commeucemeut, aud comalullig 160
acre", more or less.
May nth, 1907 WALTER MCNKIL.
I, the und(;rslgned, after CO days intend to apply to lhe Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works to purchase the following described
laud: Commencing at the N. K < . of Uit 7ft39
0, I., theoce west 40 chains, thence north 20
chains. Ihence east 4o chains, thence aouth 20
chains to point of commencement, Containing 80
acres more or less.
Locatad Mason nth, 1907. w. a. Mill*.
Notice Is hereby given that 60 days after date I
Intend PUpply to the Hon. Chief ( ommis-loner
of Lands knd Works for permission to purchase
tin* following deacrlbed tract of land, altnata m
West kootenay district: Commencing at a post
planted on t'laccrcreek, near II* confluence with
Hum mil creek, marked Margaret McLauchlati's
N. K. corner* theuce south 40chalns, thenco west
>V\ chains, Ihi-nc.. north lo chains thenco east HO
chains to place r,( commencement.
23rd May, 1907. Mahoahkt M- Lai.hlan,
William Hahiiour, Agent.
Blxty days after date I Arthur Allen Durum,
ranch, r, of Durum City, intend to apply to the
chief commlaalonar of Landa and Works, victoria, B. 0., to pun-base (he following described
��� arid*, -itiiate east o| Burton Commencing at a
ppat marked "A A B ��oiithwcsl corner" and
Planted at the n w comer of lot BOafl 'i 1, and
running north viehelu, tbence east 40 chains,
ihence south 00chalna, tbenoa west 4o chalua to
place of comment ement.
August 1st, 1907. ABTllua A. BURTOM.
Nelson Uu-1 DUtrlct.    DlCtrlotof Watt Knot
Take   notice   that   John   I'hllbcn  ��t  �� f*T
British Columbia, occupation"X?���,������*���
lends to apply for parmlaalon tovuSSSL'it.
following  deacrlbed   fend;   1 ,1IllinV    r s'
post plante.1 on the norlh bank   lit   ��� SSt "J\ 1
about two and oue quarter   mUaa  TuUthrU*  I
the luiwtion of I.ost creek and  halm,,     ll U"a
the VeDon land district, thet.eeT,   \   ftl Vum   i
thenee weat tw chains,   them,   w-uth �� 2*S
wore or less, lo U,st creek, ihemveas. f0 iji";
said creek to point of  comine,,ctment lad5?  I
lalniug-480 acres, more or less *****
Dated June ftth. 1907. _Joh�� pllItmi
Take notice that 1. Arthur Alex. Pitchi^TTT
tend to apply for permission to puihaaataah
lowing Oaacrlbad lauds;   Commeneuu . ,, ,'
planted at tbe N. K. corner of Lo, utfAfilff
ed ,s. K. corner,   thence   north to cj,�� r". ',?"!
westapchalna, thenoa south ��, ,.,,,���,; gg
.*��st ao chains to ,-oint ol e��nmeoa��iB��oLl3
cm tainiug H0 acre-., more or leas '"
June 7. 19U7. Artiu-k Ai.at 1'imuws
WILLIAM AlA.��*>Miua.AgS   "*
Tear notice that 1, William H jarTi7~rntoia
to appl) for permission to purchase the wi '
lu le.crlb.-d lauds: Commeiiemg st , L 1
planted at the B. �� corner oi l^.t uw ,n,| a.%f !
e-l northeast corner, thence wen 5 r-SE
thenee south 40 chains, thetic ,.t��� g95
thence north ��u chains to point of aaantS
merit, and containing UV acres tanr* >,i 1���
June 7. 19U7. William Kkoinau. ;*iriK
 William alowio Milu, AIent. ^
Notice la hereby given that st itvdatsahrrftut
I intend to apply U> the Hon Chief CummimimZ
o| IjuhIi and Works for i-tiiii-.-hi t-.i^rru*
the follow Ing described tract .,I lai���i sitaaia n
V, est Kootenay dlstrlri: Comni, ncttn 4l , -��
planted about one-half mile imrth Irom furkjisl
Wnmmlt creek. markeO Jesn < atn��run> H 1
corner, thence east 40 chains, then�� north 9 I
chalna, thence west 40 chains, thence ttmlk 0
chains to place of commeucement.
2��rd May. 11*07 Juk CAaraa
-        William BAaa00B,lgantj
Nelson land Dlstrlei.   District of Wr��t Knotm
lake notice that Krank   McDuuald. ��� I .%*���*;
Hritish 1 olumbla. occupation miner, tutea-lils i
Bjiply for i-ermlasloii to purchas*  ulf f,,LV*(tf !
deacrlbed lands;    Commencing at a post ^taw  j
on the north bank of Lost creek an.] lU-etuas
mile -asUTly   from   the   Junction ot Ixat rrsd ,
and Salmon river, tn   the   Nelson lanj dinrkl
theuce   north 00 chains,   thence  etst Oi -JUtSl
thence south fto chains, theme west u>(fesim|��
point  o' 1 ������tniaencement,    and   coDtsialai �� i
acres, more or ���������-���
Dated June 6lh. 1907. Faiwa McDojuia.    j
Hlxtr days after dale I Intend to tppij lo ��
Hun. Chief Commlasloner of I*n-i- cinm
Victoria, D. C, U> purchase the !���,--.:.(.���-
M*rlbed land, situated in the West si/-.m.**.:*
trlct: Commen>-lng at a i-oat plSitri oi tht
weat aide of Kootcuay lake, near Bdiikkwoi
point, and marked J. McKtunon'i s. E.nwaet
post, theuce west 80 chains, thence Son- ���
chalus, thence east 80 chains more or .���������-. .u<-
shore, thence along lake ihore to point ol me-
Dated April 4, 1U07. H|gne-1 J  HrKlsTOi.
Nelson Land District. Dlstrlctof WwtK<*>kMi.
Take notice that Kdward Frasfr, of BiJiap.
Molilalia. C. H A . occupation wool bnyer, ia- 1
tends to apply for nernils-f.rj to putrhAKtlM
following dc��f-rit-cd Uod: ''ommnirtisr it��
P*"t plante-1 on   the w- -ire of I'ppr WlM*
shan (Cariboo) lake, ar   I at ���' ���* soiitlmai! "TWr
of l��t 8139, thence wee* M < nalna, th^n.t wats
fiocnalus, thenee eaat gO chains, thenct* M>t.ik>
chains, theuce easi 4o chains, men-or l--*i t��lsi
west shore of I'pper Whatshan (1 snls-o) Istji
thence northerly and westerly sleiit; the �����
shore HO chains, more or less, to [anniol ta��-
mencement, ami containing .ta) acres, mort*
May rJth. 1W7,
KhWAkii Fi*na.
Hlxty days afUT date 1 intend to applrU**
Hon    Chief Commlasloner of Lai
fdllowlni ��
or iH*rmlsi
scribed laud in West Kootenay district.
menotng at a post maiked A C. B ��norttw*
liorner jxist, running 40 chsins c*i>u-r!T *J��(
the bouudsry of limber licence No. ��n9, tttW
southerly fiO chalus, thence wrsterir # ���bvA
thence northerly '����� chains along ibe I' *���*"
track to the place of commencement, conttiaaf
two huiidre-l acres, more or lens
Located this 9th day of May, 1907.
A  0, BiiH.Lwt��r._
Notice is hereby given that W days sitei ';��J*J
Intend to apply to the Honorable lhe I ���.iff'-**
mlaalnner of Lands and Works for P�����2
to purchaae the following denenbed Uud.wW��
in West Kootenay district;   CommraanuHi
post plant-d at the west boundary nf Lot *���^
and about lo chains stiuth ..I the south U'ji��-��*7
of the rlght-of way of the H. ��'��� ^',llhggVST
way. aud marked D. A I"s ioii'hcAitw���,
in. tic west loo chains, thence north lotneww
nndary of the right-of-way ol  B <'.w��^
gL-  -
llway. thence following said b
y tn an easu-rfy dlrafl
right of
boundary o'f 1 -.i ���* .��� (.1. then
tn.n toihua*
south to pas* ��
iiuiencement, contalulog  luo acres,
Dtt��d this I4th day of June, IWL
Pacl Af.nn rsria*
Notice is herebv given tbat sixty '���*}'�� 'JJ
��� late I intend lo apply to lhe Honors'^'^
commissioner of Uuds and Works h-r P^JJ
���Ion Hi purchase the fol lowing des.r lliefl �����
land, silualed in West Kootetia) dlslrirl ���-��
ineuclng at a i-osi planted on Btt��"* =S
about one-haif mile llorlbw-s! frOJB "/��;,��.
e.u.H MeL's N 1.corner, thanea weat v"g
thenee  south   40 chains,   thence east *���'    '
thai   north  40   chains to  place of i-tinwuBw
M May, W07.                  J""" H s' ,;*t,,1!lU!,'
William Baaanra, Agpat	
flueuce with Hummlt ere
N. W. corner. I
t 40 ehalns. lb
at 40 chains to pla<
WiN.uM B����rorl_
Bn Mav 1907
Nelson Land District.   Hlstrlcl of W"est
Tak�� iM.tlcc that Paul Augusl P��o|"0��,JU#
,Ft KeoW'rt'
u, ol Ktt;
to apply lor pormlsiion to pnrohau.~
ing described lands: Commci ciuf ai .
planted at the south boundary of tba^ U*
way 01 the Hritish colnmbiH ���JJjKQaaai
way anil atamt :ift chains westeri) ","',,, ,-,eD'(
ihalna. ti.
eaat CO chains, (hence norlh to
ary of the right-of-way of the
Hotithern    Hallway,   thence  wt
said right of-way lo place of 001
Dated this '
Bu& OB
Nelson Land Dlatrlct.  Dlstrlri 0  ''"'^"i
Tak.noiio.that K.iwar.i i',,";["1" .,,,,!,loan;
lab tlalutul.la, ownpatloll. mlnpr. '"."^lioirlr.*
ply Ikt lUTmlKalmi to piin-liaa. '" ��� plan'���'
.Urn rtb.il l.ll.l r 1'm.rn'""" ��'J '"isn't ll-' '
on tlur norlh hank ol Ua>l ��'**;. |/,��l'���"'','
mlluseastorl)- Irom tlif Joll'"< . ���,, .ll.nl
ami Halmon rlvrr, In tlin ~'���'*""''���,60 olia' *
tlii'nro north "n chnlos. Ill,,""1,t ji.a,. I" '' !
thanea asuth no onalni, ����" ,,, ,.r,.rk to i��'
<ilwk,tliclii'|.fasl lollnw't.B '��,.,1,'���,   4,11 -" *
01 i-oniiiH.n.puient,  anil   contalnim
mom or ieaa ynwaan r-7***'
Dated Juu.6tb,l��07. ***' prospectors
Who Waut a Good Arcticlc Will Buy
|fhe BACON We Sell
h Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and  Smoked.    Our  llimi.s  Arc
Excellent   Also.     All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
li r.',v ."....".'..VT'. ��E
J-                         .,',   (v���rk.   lor . st-yl.l
I   i on Un- soatneaat
I .,,     .1,.,,!,,  ol  ��..i
I ,, , poal plaoad about
1- r,..l creek m.rk.-.l "It. M.
I r      i . 0 chalua
aaal    Ih.noSSO snaln,
real  la plaoa M tun.
��� ,flu.,..l��0T.
!t  m, ftaavaa, i-oent'-r.
I.      .. hereby Riven   thai M daya
totho - hie ' on.
CwloafT, of Undi and Worka, for a special
���LwJ-toruiand carry timber from the follow-
���udaKriU -led on the southeast
I; - :���   dlatrtctof Waal
1, . ummenclni *i a posi pu*��*d aUuit
��� '���,".r. r- a. iimrkt-d "It   M.
���;...���.. ...-:. ornar,"   th* in ���   R
T*iio�� kartl    lb      i W chalna cast, theuce��
Ita.in* wiiih. thanea Ml chalni west ui ptaaa ol
1 ment 	
riops.*'! t��u thelOlb day of June, 1907.
H, M. Httvaa. Locator.
ke^-oUai Dlatrlct. Diatrict ol "Teal LCootnnay
[   ,.        (tea fir.*.   William  Andrew   Kom,   of
per. Intehda to  apply   lor
UmfarUwno oral tlM following dat-
leriW*. laadi
I >. ��� !:imvminr at a post planted about
- iltanaj   river,  on   Corn
in tin- inttrlei ol weal  Kootanay. aiul
. ->.; .,i ni. ��� - north of the Interimlloual
i*t line, sri'i about two miles west of tiin-
��� . ��� n ��� ������.... in< ii-����� south Ho chains,
- cu thenoe north ko chains,
-���nataUrhalna to point Ol e.-mmeticerneut
I, -'inre or leS*.
��� nuen   ���'���.���   ���'  a p*��*t  planted at the
���VilliamA   Kosa'No. 1 claim,
:'.-liee   west   50   chain*.
1     baina,   theuce eaat 80 chain-.,
bom. of cotmn-'uceineut,  aud   coutalulUR
or leas
| Uenadl ta lone, 1101,
I He.L-Caaunenctni ��t a post planted about
������roniiw**-^; ol the northeaat corner of Wil-
���lusBaaM'N      . -.-��� sooth Hit   chains,
Y thenoi    north  Wl chains.
h'iv> ��.m *   | slna lo ihe point of commvtice--
rB*a:.md contain nut HO aerea, morv.* or leaa.
Lontellitl) Juiie, ivr,.
��� ommrtirliiit  at at a post  planted   at
Uaaarifcwaateornei ��������� Wnilara a. ltoas'No. a
p tt  fa) t iihHi*.   thence   went *u
khiioF uwaaa south ao chalna, thenae east ho
(��-���-��� t- ��� ��� ..| ��� .-ramencemeut, contain-
��� .
r���WUI, Jim-   . .���
' nmuai-ut'ltJK   at   a |>o��l   planted at the
ol William A. Host-'No :t< laiio,
<���������.'..-��� chains,   tbence  *.vf*i>--0 chains.
I    ��� ������������-. thenca eaMananadnaao
til iil'tirami no in. in, and eoutaltllug f-40
[l[a.t,-Commeneinf at a poet planted about
[* - ���' aastoli  ���   northeast corner of Wtl-
K ������  ' i.l i.. uce M.uth m ehalns,
thenoa north ho chains.
������������������> i obaltu to the point .-I r..inijienee-
"WHkii'.eotiUlimiKi-Ha' re*,, more or leaa.
MaiadUtb lone, 1901
s  "     romancing ata po*i planted at the
.. ''-i.i-.ni A..to*VN<i.Sr.a1tn.
I -     natm   thence aaat mo chains,
I ibifoi tuuni thenoa weal an chains to
���"��� "I "unmencemeiit,   and   containing 040
nritt, Bmrf or less
'���'"���  I ���-��������� 1 una, 1901
L���'   Commencing at a poat plumed about
I^UMothol the northwest eornor ol  WU-
I ��� N" I' lalm, thi ace north Mehalna,
'"���;s   '!���'������;.-    t;,, n-���   -..lutu -o chains.
******>eii��jn>* to the point oi eouimeuce-
���        ..la-linn,- ��,, urea, more or leaa.
i leaad Uth June, iwn,
ltillir.!^!!lnj:;"1" to- ��' H poetnlaniad about 40
P^��athoflbenortl.wc*.t ,,�����,r ol William
;...   ' ' ���       ih.-iii-c   -aouth   80  ehalns,
'   ' *���-^ chalna. thence mnih   ho chains,
���Lt s^ft*��,l""hsto ibe |K>m- of commence-
l!i?!i iV;[,t*lm,": r'1" ��*�������� ��Oti or leaa.
w"*-*.-.! IMh June. l'JU7.
I :]::1"; [?l��t*poa1 planvad about
I,,.   ���        "���.      ��� "-'    horih.-aH   corut'i.d W tl-
Itheoftwi.iS i    ""���   '"<'�����'��'   ""��b  80 chains,
I - to the point ofoommenoe.
1 u����av " ' ���   ,*0^*|,��� mo"- or taan-
" *������'������ I itn lone, IBOt.
��teniusTS25eAelD�� *! ��� i>"'1 i'i*"tp*l *b��nt
northeast corner ol William
1     clam, tbence north ho chains,
>''���-.   II ence   M.uth   HO chains.
������ o:        Uu--  .:.
^iii'icn,.- Rtapost Planted about
"SS a'SSJ.^  !h"  noraweat corner ol
|*f��m��. ihan<
1 ' claim, thenoa moth to
1 80 chains, thonce north 80
' "* chalna to point ol coto-
'",:i;'i!1,;'I'K ��t a poat planted abo
S5Weni;V"1 Ht "��� P������ planted about
llMa A    It,,;      k      Ul" ""rthtteBl . uiner ol Wil-
5**i th,,,,    ���,'   lu claim, inanea  north n
,lU1*" lhann ,     ,*'   Nl, ''""ii".  tbence south 80
letSl��m.-ia h���,i\.? ','lm,lt* ,0 lllv l,"lll> Ol com
Villus Andrkw Kiws
>1"'taMI"��til.-i.  l'lKin,,���,w,.��iK,���>u.nay
" ''.,'ii'i'1,'',H,.,'1"',,'.,i',..!l',!';L_s.t'-,*"il. "1 Collrng-
I 'v '
;;: ' ''l������i".n-��. tin-ni-o ��.-i *r
lya' t" l'��l( '-'laliia.  tht-lico west KJ
I hsi.'     ' jA>lk:* R- ��, Ht����aht.
s���.T Um ���"���Wot. District
to! Wi'Sl KoOtSlMT
'"in iij ,.,,���. ;.'���'"'"^ wast mi chains,
J.misR K. Hkew��kt.
��.S" ''''"l-o" Ihi?, "'"lr'el ��' *���<���" ".ooten^
"'ttJ ,. Vv I klM hi , 'r ?J th��north ahoral no
"'(���ai,,rll,nii rfoSni #ilht oorthoasi twrnar
"""'���r n,rl!' Hil '���loui'is 11'.'"'" m'Rt m ohalna,
���WimR? ���" chains i V' ���*���* Wl onalna
' w- Wn, * ,l,u tores, more or less.
Notice   is hereby kU.-u   thai   ll.i/iy   daya after
date i in lend to apply to the Hon   the Chief 'oni-
tnraaloner ol l-audi- ami Worfca (or a sikh-ihi u
eence to cut and cany imnv limls-r iron, the
following   <leM-riU*<l    hint-   in   West   Koot. n-tv
dlatrfa i I omin. netna hi a poal |.Unted on the
north bank of  leu  Mile cn-cu, about one mile
and a half from -..���������> i, lake, inaiked II. II   I'ltts*
northwaart ooniar poat, thanea **��*t i��o chains,
il.. Itoa aotttb 4o chains, them,- west 100 chains,
theme ni.rth ��j i bains in iitt-ee nl commeiiet;-
Datad this ���jl.tl, day of June. 1907
ii. ii  Pins, LoaaloTi
A. W. STCBMa. A Kent
Notice 1s hereby given lhat thirty -lays afb*r
Hate 1 Intend to apply to the Honorable
�� hicl Commissioner of I-ands and Works at
Victoria, K.i.., for a special license to cut and
earn away timber from tha following described
landa In Weat Komeuay district;   Commencing
at a |-o��t planted on lhe west bank of timelier
Break, about oue mile south nf the City of Nelson,
Ihoaoa south mi chains, thence west Ml chain*.
thanea   north hu .-halns. thence east 80 chains to
place oi oonunenoanieni.
Datad this nth day of June, 1907
C. C. t'LARg, IxH-ator.
I>. BcoTH. Agent.
Nabtou I^iud iMilrtct.  I��latrlct of West Kootenay
Take notice tbat   "I'svid   Henry Telford." Kas-
utoon, aaal.,ocennaueti   lumberman, intends
to apply for a special timoer licence over the fol
lowing described lands:
No 1. Commencing at a post planted about S
chains north of the northwest corner of Timber
Limit MM. west branch of Little Hlocan river.
Waal Kootenay. theuc* west MO chains, thence
south W chains, theuce east 80 chains, thence
north ho chsins to point of commencement and
.-.uitaming MO a<*res. more or lea*
l��ated July 9th. 19��r7     Iiavw Hkhhv Tn itoku.
No- 2     Co-nnv-ii.-iiig a post planted nn the east
bank of Cone;*' ctneh. and on tha north bouni-
ary of timber limit -144. #,-*t branch of Little
-*li��-an river, ttieuco north 100 chains, thanea
east 40 chains, tbenc* south 160 chains, thence
weat eOohalna to place of oomrnancement, and
conuti.iUK MO ��* r. -. more or laoe.
Daaad J*��iy loth, 19f7. Darts Hbnry Tai.nian.
No   :i.    Comiueueliig nt a \--< planted ou bank
of Kuatde erect., about to ohalna south ol ib<-
aonth boundary of t!nl-cr limit hi *7. west branch
of Little Btooan river, tbence west Kt chains,
thence kotith ho chains, thi-iut: easl ho chalna,
LheO0�� north 80 chains to the point ol com-
tnetict-meiit aii-1 coiitalniiis; M0 acres, more or
liated July nth, i��o\ iuvm llgsav Tau-oan.
No 4. Commet-cliif-, at a post planted about 3
t-haius east fr.rm e^st l.snk oj Kuhsle creel*, and
on the weM laiundary ot limit 3, thenoe west K��
chains, theuce south HO chillis, thence east M>
chains, thenee north ho chaius to point of com*
in-n-enniu. and coiitalutiiK Mo acres, more or
Hated July 11th. 1907   I'avii- IIkmiv Tai.roau.
No. Ki. Commencing at a post planted about
60 chains west of <loo*e Creek and about six
mtie-, fr(,m nh luoulh al Slocan Kiver. said post
1- about 40 (dial us west from 1> H Telford's timber appiti-atuin No. 11. thence east 40 chains to
timber application No. It, thenee north IBO
chains, theuce west 40 chains, thence south l6o
chains, to point ���>! commencemeut, and contain
Inir MC acres. HBOTC or Loai
Datad July l'to. 1107. Datto Hkkry Tai.ruim.
No. 11     Commencing at a i-o��t   plant.-1   at the
southwet oornar nl Ho. I ;, then a weat 4cchalua,
theuce north HKi (halns, thence eaat 40 chains,
thence south lf-o chains to p<>iut uf commence-
inent, and containing 610 aires, more .-r leaa
i vied July nth, iwi  luvio Bum i auroao.
A    MlI.ToN, Agent.
Notice Is heretiy given ; hat tiO day** after dale I
Intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Land* and Works for a apodal
license to ont and carrv away/ timber from the
following described lands in ttmi K(M>tcnay district:
No. 1 ��� Commencing at a post marked William
Walnislcy. plant.-I at   Kokance Cieek Bldlnj <>n
the Procter extanaton, on the west hide of lot
WW, on the south side ol the West Arm of Kootenay lake, commencing at the N. K corner post
running south ho chains, weat ho chalus. north 80
.���bains, ea-t s" ' lialu-i to place of beginning.
Located fed June. 1907.
WTUsUa WAt.��tsl.��v, locator,
JaMKh Hcruaho asAge'ii.
Nelaon i-aud Dlatriot. nistrict ot West Kootoaay
Take notice that James Keeth, of iSpokalie,
Wash , occupation, miner, Intends to apply for a
��� pedal limber licence over the following de-
Korlhcil land*: Commencing ata post about l:t
roils north ot the center of the north shore Hue ol
Boundary I-ake and at the southeast corner of
Timber Limit No 80"4, and marked James
Keeth'sB. W. CorncrpoM, theuce north SO chains.
theuce east 8U chains, theuce aouth 8t�� chains,
thence west HO chains to point of commencement, and containing ��40 acres, more or leia.
July fc., 19.n. Jameh Kkktii.
Nelson l-an-1 Uutrl  I    Hlsirict ol Weal Kootenay
Take notice that Henry Keichert, of Nelson.
B C., prospector. Intends to apply for a special
licence to cut and carry away timber from the
following dest-rtt-ed lands:
No. 9 Commencing at a post planted near ihe
northeast corner post of timber licence No. '.i.'M
and near Henry keichert B. W. corner poat ol
Umber location No. 7, oh niHiti b'liitili creek aud
marked Henry Keichert southeast corner post
No. u, theuce Ho ohalna north, theuce 8b chains
west, thence ho chain* smith. thence 80 chalur
aaat to Ho* point of commencement.
li,,!,-,! JuJ>lT,iOtn.
No Hi Commencing at a post planted about'
chains more or lata south from the uort
west corner of Lot so 8M1 on main Wmon
.reck and maraed Henry Kci�� hert ea��t corjier
post so   10, thence 40   chains mirth   more or leas
to about midway ol tha aouth boundary line ol
timber licence mo. WM, thence iwehauu weat,
ihence -in chalus south, thence It'-u chains east
lo point pi commencement.
Dated July 1*7^,1901
mo. ii Oommenolnaal a post punted on tfonn*
ment crecR, about JO chains, more or less, apui li
from where Monument * reek, cniptys into Lemon creek and near llenrv lleicherl liorthenst
corner po-l ol timber location No 8, and marked
"Henry Keichert northivi-si corner pout Ko. 11,
thenoe 180ohaina aouth, thanoeaH chains cast,
thenoe loo ohaina north, thenee -i" ohalna west
to lb- point of comui'-u.'cmeut.
Dated July 87th, 1907.
Nelaon Laud Dlatriot District of Weal Kootenay
Tako notice that I. Alexander  Qflloaplr, ol
Fernie, R 0 , clerk, Intend to apply for a special
timber   licence    over   the following described
V   Commencing at a poaj planted ""1j;,l<,V'1:
llncnce of the north fork of Corn creek with the
Main creek, thence north ��> chains, theuce west
LDO ohalna tbence aonth *t}0 chalna. thenoa east
|B0 ohalna to the place of beginning, containing
MO aoras, more or less.
Ixieated AuguHt 17lh. 1007.
4 Commencing at a posl pl-tnicd on the bank
of tha horth folk ol Corn creek about four mileH
from lit. conn uencc with the Main i in tit, t hence
so.iTI.hu clmlns, tbence wes' BO Qhalni, H't-nce
north Ho chains, thence cast B0 ohalna lo the
plaoa of beginning, containing offl acrea, more
ol the north fork ill Com proa* about tpnr mllsj
I mm itsi'imlliienn. ��llli 11"' Main '""''���"..
horthSah.lna, HiaooD west n-uislna, tttaooa
...mh sn onalna, Ihanoa akaj *','���"""" l" ' '*
plaM ol iK.RiiiiiiiiK. oouUtslngMfsofas, mora
or loss.
LaMatad Ausoal Wth, Iwi,
K   ALtxamiKK OtLUaVn, l^nator.
A. HaiKITT, Agent.
The Daily Canadian
Independent Opinion  of the   Latest  Ap-
pointeea to the Dominion
"Tho rw.rimi.iziitlon of the F.-de-nil
QoTenimwit, *<> tar gg li Iihh proci'udpfl,
Ib DOt IinprpBHlve. Mr. PtiRHl'-y la a com*
iiMirciui politician with goma kuuwltHi^i*
of bngingaaf, utiO pimHihly with f.ilr ability Lu manage a ilfijartnu-ni But hi: Ik
a  Lihcral  becftUfM tor th��   limo  IJberal-
Ikiu is dominant, ami la in mi*. Puga*
loy*a inLt-n-m. ah parties ohanga, Mr.
Pugaloy channoH. Ha ta a typical rap*
rcscntativo of the oommerdal elamanl
in N��*v,- Branawick poUtloa. ah g Pad*
iMal Minister he i�� ukfliy to bo faithful
to tha toachiiiK of lh BOoOOl 1<i which he
"Mr. (.raham is capable, popular, a
good platform speaker, and effective in
Parliament. From th��- available Lib*
erait* lu tha tatagsatatlUv, or the House
of OomiQjOna, tin- Premier could hardly
have made a better KHedion. ilis ap-
lotntmt-nl will itot be well received by
certain Lib-nil memtiera of the Rouae
of Commonu who aspire^ to the place
to which hu hat: beer, uppolutuil, ami
whose aspirations were neither unnatural nor contemptible. Hut any feel-
uf pergonal Ill-will to Mr. Graham will
readily give way before his attractive
personal qualities and straightforward
"Mr. Oraharn leaves the Opposition
In the l^episluture in a forlorn eundi
tion. It is not at all likely that he could
have defeated Mr. Whitney in the next
Provincial ninteat. but it is certain that
under his leadership tbe Liberal party
was lapidly regaining its unity and
spirit, and the chance* are that in the
next Aserably he would have headed ft
much more formidable opposition. His
desertion now, and lhe word is not used
offensively, throws the opposition into
confusion, and will leave only a few
months during which his successor may
establish himself in the confidence of
the party in the legislature and throughout the province. It Is important to
have an active and efficient opposition
lit the legislature, and in so far as  Mr.
Nelson Land DlShrlet. District of West Kootenay
Tafcf* notlc- that we, .* rehlbuM Bremner and
--e-oTKe VoUMf. both of the etty of Netnon. In tho
Province <>! British Columbia, lumbermen, Intend u�� apply forapt-Mi..] tlmner Ucenaeaover the
following lie-scribed lands: .,..-��
I lommencliKt st a post planted about 250
yards westerly irnm the juit-tlon of tbe north
and main forks ol Summit creek, a creek Bowing
into Kootenay river south of tbe .-outhcrn end ul
Kootenay lake in the dmriol of West Koottnay.
whleh Junction ts about 18 or "A- miles from the
inoutb of such creek, thence aouth 40 rhatns,
thenee eaat  160 chains, vbtnee  north  40 chains.
thenoa w��*��t too chaius to the polntoloommanee-
meu: and eoiitaininK <*> acres ir.ore or leaa,
������...���    ' *������ i' Hkwmnkh.
Dated this Mb. dav ol August. 1SOT.
2. Oommenrlnit at a post planted about 2W
��anl* westerlT from the main and uurth lorks ot
suinmii creek, a creek [lowing into Kootenay
river south of the houtbern end of Kootenay lake
in'lbe dlsirut ol Weal IE on-��nay, thence south W
��� ���halns, thenee weat lo ebalna, thence south 40
Dfaaina Ihanoa weat ��0 chains, tbenee north So
Ohalna Ihenoe east *�� chains, tht-nce north 4o
chains, tbence east 4o,*haitiB lo the point of com-
Tneiic\>uieut and coutainn.K 6*0 acres more or
1, rb. (tBOROB Yoimo.
Dated this .'��th day of August, 1907.
:i iJonimttiinlna at a poat planted about 200 feet
north from the bank of the noun Summit creek,
and about 2 miles westerly from tbe Junction ol
lhe nortn fork and the main fork of such creek,
h creek flowing into Kooleuay river south of the
aonthern end of Kootenay l**e in tbe district ol
West Kootenay, thonoa soutn ��o chains, thence
��*st��0 chsins thence north ��) chains, thenee
Weal *������ chnlns to the point of commencement
nnd contaiuiiiK O10 acres more or less.
Am-iiiBALi. Baaauraa.
Dated Ibis &th day of August, tao*..
4 Conimt-ncintt at a post oiatitert about I miles
p  an   unnamed   creek   flowing   Into  summit
-���re. it from the south al annul U miles from the
mouth of Summit cn-ek which latter is a creek
Boa ine Into Kootenay river south of the southern eua of Kootenay lake in the dlstri-t ol West
Kootenav. thenee north ��0 chains, thenee east Ki
chain*., thence aouth SO chains, thence west Ho
ohaitta to the point Ot commencement and con
tuiuing 640 ni ii-* more or leaa.
Dated this 5th day of August, 11W7
5 Commencing at a post planted two miles up
mi unnamed creek flowing Into Summit creek
from tbe south a*, about 2"! miles from the mouth
��� if enmthit (Ueafc, which latter is a creek fiuwlng
into Kootenay river sonth of the southern end
of Kootenay lake in the district of West Koote-
iiny tlnmca south ���**> chains, theuce eaat So
chalna. thenoa north ho thalus, thence west 80
rbalhs to the point of cpmmenceineht and containing SW aerea more or lose.
Dated this 5th day ol August, 1907.
g Commencing at a post planted about one
hiuI a half miles up the north fork of Summit
creek, a creek flowing into kootenay river south
of the southern end of aootenay lake in lhe district of West aooteaay, tbence siast 80 chains,
thence south 40 chains, theuce east 40 chains.
thenoa south 40 OhalnJ, theuce we��l 60 chains,
theuce north 40 chains, thence west 40 chains,
theuce north 4o chains to the point of commencement and containing W0 iicree more or lesa.
'.!���������).     K   Sf,'..,.
Dated this ��th day of August, 1����07.
7 Commencing at a post planted about one
mlieanda hall up the north fork of Summit
creek   a creek Mowing into Kootenay river south
of the aonthern enaolKootenay lake, in the
. I l-^t r let ol West Koolciiav, thenee north*) chains,
tin me west 4i.i chains, theuce north 40 chains
thenceeast BO ehaltis. thente south 40 chains,
ilni.ee east 40 chains,  thence south   4o chains,
tbenoa west BO ohalna to the point oi doaamanan*
ment and  containing 6W acres, more or loss.
Dated tola 6th day of August. 1-KT7.
AKCtllBALti Bbiunek
8. Commencing nt a post planted about a
quarter Of a mile westerly from the norlh fork
-f Summit creek, aud "bout two tulles and a
half up such mirth fork from its junction with
the main summit creek, a creek flowing Into
Kootonay river, south cf the southern end of
Kootenay lake iu tbe district oi West Kootenay.
thenoe north SO chtins, thenee ensl HO chain*,
i hence south SO chains, theuce west SO chains to
the point of cnmmcnjemeiit, aud coutrtlniug 510
acres, more or less
Dated this Oth day of August,;ii*07.
Uloitoa ^t'NO.
9 Commencing   at   a posl planted   about a
tianerof amlle   westerly   front   the north   fork
of -Summit creek au I about three, miles up such
north fork from Its junction with the main bum,
mlt creek, a cree** (lowing Into Kootenay river,
south of tho southern end of Kootcuuy lake in
tho district West Kooleuay. thence west SO
chain*, thence north Ho chain-*, thence east m
Ohalna, theuce aouth ��> chains to the point uf
commencement, aud oontalnlng 8*0 acres, more
or laat.
Dated this Oth day of August, 19U7.
10 Comtuciu'tng  at a   post  planted  about a
���uarter of amlle waatarly from the north fork
nl Summit creek and about three miles up such
north fork from its Junction with the main Summit cruek, a creek flowing into Kootenay river,
south oi the southern end of Kootenai lake. In
the district or West Kootenay, thence west 40
chains, thence south IflO chains, thenco east 10
chains, tbence north IM chains totht point of
eonimetiremeut, and containing oio acres, more
or less
Dated thla80th day of August, 1007.
AKt HlHAl.tj Ita* mm;ii-
II Cnmmcncluir at n post pUnted about half a
mile uisterlv from the south fork of Summit
creek and Kbotil oncniUo so 1th of the main
Suuiiiiit creek, a ere- k flowing Into Kootenay
river h.nith of the southern cUtl of Kooleuay lake
lu the diHirict of West Kooler&v. thuncc east KO
chains, Ihence aouthaO chalna, thenee wist htl
chains, ttieiieu north TO chains tn the point of
commajiicemcnt and oontalnlng bfl acres more
Of leHS AMi'lll ri\ ' U BltBMSEH.
Dated mis Jisi day of Augum, 1V07.
Graham'g withdrawal weakens the Liberal contingent at Toronto It is to be
resetter, however good results may
follow from his translation to Uie Federal cabinet.���Toronto Newa.
Latest   Mechanical   Device   Invented   by
New York, Sept. 4.���No longer Ib It
ih*< i*sary Tor a man the surface of whose
head reaeinfch-B a miuiattire mountain
range to submit hlniBelf to phrenologists, tso that the meaning of the varioua
excrescence* may be explained. The
"automatic electrical phrenorneter" will
do a'l that for him, and do It too In
half a minute. Not only does the machine measure bumps, but It records
the exact proportions or the moral qualities corresponding to those excrecen-
The bump machine is a heavy steel
helmet suspended from a movable bar,
above tho electrical mechanism, and
fitted Inside with a great number of
stel prongs or fingers. The subject Is
placed underneath, the helmet Is lowered, the steel fingers close tightly upon
his cranium, a steel prong catches hold
of his nasal organ with a strong and
resolute grip, and there he is, looking
for all tho world like a prisoner In a
torture chair of the Spanish Inguisltlon.
The operator winds a little handle,
there Is a whir of the machinery, and
in thirty seconds the bump machine has
not only dissected his character, but has
by the* printing contrivance beneath.
put it down in black and white, on
clean paper. Those who have tried it
have found it most Ingenious, and occasionally   embarrassing.
Son  of  Milan  Diacjuated by  Refuaal  of
Family  Name.
London, Sept. 4.���A message from
Constantinople says that George Chris-
tlch, ihe legitimized son of the ex-King
of Milan, of Servia, attempted, recently,
to commit suicide while visiting Prln-
kipo  Island, In the  sea of Marmora.
He applied for admlsion Into the
Thereanium, In Vienna, and for the
purpose asked for a medical certificate
fium the Austro-Hungarian Embassy
at Constantinople. His family wlnbed
that the certificate be made out in the
name of George Obrenovltch, the latter
the family name of the ex-King Milan,
but the Embassy physician declined on
the ground that he had no knowledge
of any such individual.
The refusal exasperated the young
man. who is of a highly nervous temperament, and he determined to end his
life by taking a dose of arsenic. His
purpose was discovered In time to apply remedies, and he Is said to be out of
N-1-.in Land District.   Dlatrlct of Weat Vootenay
Take uotice that I, Harold N. Edgecombe, of
Ferule, B. G . clerk, intend to apply for a special
timber licence over the following deacrlbed
'2. Commencing at a \*m\ planted at the confluence ol the north fork ���? Corn creek about
two miles from Its confluence with the Main
reek thence south 40 chains, thence west 100
chalua, thence north 40 chains, tbence east 160
chains to the place of beginning, containing 640
acres, more or leaa.
Located August 17th, 1907
9. Commencing at a poat planted on the bank
of tbe north fork of Corn creek about two mllea
from its continence with the Main creek, thenca
south HO chains, thence west HO chalna, thence
north BO chains, thence east SO chalna to the
place of beginning, containing (140 acrea, mora
lxtcaied August 17th, 1W7.
3. Commencing at a poat planted on the bank
of the nortb fork of ��'orn creek about four mllea
from it�� confluence with the Main creek , thence
Mouth Ko chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north SO chains, thence weat SO chalna to the
place of beginning, containing 640 acrea, more or
Located August 17th, 1907.
5 Commencing at a post planted on the bank
of the north fork of Corn creek about G in ties
from its confluence with the Main creek, thence
north 40 clmio��, theuce eaat 160 chalna, thence
south 40 chains, thence west 160 chains to the
plaee of beginning, containing 640 acrea, more
or less.
Dated Augo-'t 16tb, U07.
6 Commencing at a poat planted on the bank
of the north fork of Corn creek about six mllea
from Ita cmiluence with the Main creek, thence
south H0 chains, ihence eaat 80 chalna, thence
north M0 chains, thence west 80 chalna to tha
plaoa of beginning, containing 640 acrea, mora
" Located August lBlh, 1907.
7. Commencing at a post planted on tbe bank
of ihe uortli fork of t'orn creek about six miles
from ltM cohilnence with tho Main creek, tbence
south 80 chain*, thence west 80 chalna, tbence
north m chains, thence qui go chains to the
place of beglnnlug, containing mo acrea, mora
or less
Located August 16th, 1907.
H. N. KnuscoMBi, Locator.
A. Hn'KKTT,   A guilt.
Nelaon Land District. Diatrict of Weat Kootenay
Take novice llmt Paul August Paulson, nf Kitchener, B. C, occupation lumberman, Intends
to apply for a special limber licence orer the following described lauds: * ommenclng at a poet
Planted ot the southwest corner of aurveyed lot
ml-O.1. thenca eaat CO ebalna, thenoe north 80
chains, theuce east to tr e aoutheaat corner ol aald
lot, thence north to the northeaat corner of aald
lot, thenceeast tc the west boundary of pre-emp-
���lon No. 5W, thence south to the north boundary
of timber licence No. 8548, thence west along
���������aid north boundary to the northweat corner ol
aald licence, thenoe aouth in the north boundary
of timber licence No "HIS then -e west to a point
due south ol commencement, thence north to
point ot eommeiiceuieut, and containing MO
acrea. more or less.
Dated July '2nd, 19(f7.   Pmil Auauer Paulbom.
Take notice that Ira F. Taylor, clera, of Arrow*
head, B. 0 , intends to apply for a rpecla! licence
to   cut   timber   from   the   following   described
No. 1. CommuiKlng at a post planted 70chains
distance In an easterly direction from Cariboo
lake marked "Ira F. Taylor's, W. Parklna' 8. W.
corner," bounded on the south by T. L No 7066,
on the west by t. L. No. 767a, thence north 80
chains, thence eaat 80 chalna, thenoe aouth 80
(halns, theuce west 80 chalna to point ol com-
No. 2. Commencing nta poat planted go ehalns
ilistanc* and in a . a-terly direction from Cariboo
take marked "W. Parkins', Ira F Tsylsr'iS W
corner poat," bounded on the west by T. L 7667,
south by Ira K. Taylor's and W. Parkins' T. L.
No. 1, theuce north 40 chalua, thonce east lt-o
(hains, thuuec. south 40 chalna, thence west let)
chains to point of commencement.
W.   a.    G1LLET|T
Contractor  aancg
Bole agent for the Porto Rleo Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail yards. Rough and dresswd lumber, turned
work and bracket". Coast lath and -"tilngles, caah
Hint dooru. Cement, brick and lime for aale.
AOtpniaUfl uriudur.
Yard ana factory: Vernon 8t.. eaat of Hall
NHLJ40N,   14. O.
P. O. nnx -X2. Telephone 17*
Queen's Hotel
Bsfca. Btrsat, Nelson. B. 0.
Lighted by Klectricitj- snd
Heated by Hot Air
rs. and Voaalorubla Bedrooms and Fltat-
BCjnlSf Boom.   Sample Booms lor Commar-
MBS.  B. C.CLABKB. Froprlelre.s
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly reno.ated and refurnished. Rooms CO cents upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. ERICKSOK, l'roprietor.
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court Ilousc
snii Postofflce, Ni-laon. B. C.
Ticciont House
European and American Plan
Itaala J6 eta.   Kooma from as eta. is 11
Only While Help aaastsyad.
Baker St.. Nelaon Proprietor,
Bartlett   House
Best Dollir-a-Diy House in Nelson.
The Bar la the Finest.
Whits Help Only Employed.
Josephine St.
Royal Hotel
'     raoraierasae.
Rates |1 and fl .60 a Day.
Special Bates to Regular Hoarders.
Moat comfortable quarter.     Nelson
Only the beat ol Liquor, and cigars.
Ui Kinds of Heating Plants In Stock.
Victoria St, Nr. Ooera House.      Tel. 181.
Id Uie matter of ao application lor the Issue of
a duplicate of the tVrtincatt; ot Title for lot rJ.
and tbe west half of lot 21, block til, in the Town
of Nelaon.
Nolle** la hereby ilven tbat it ta my lr-tentlon
to lai-ue at the expiration of one mouth after tbe
tlrat publication hereof a duplicate of thecertin-
L-ate of title for the above lands, lo the name of
Lydla Phil-Ms. which certificate la dated the 21st
day ol December, 1900, and numbered 3991k.
"H F. MacLeod,"
Dlatrlct Reglatrer.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
have submitted to the Lteuienaut���Oovi-rtmr-in-
Councll a propoaal under the provisions of tbe
"Rivers and streams Act," for clearing and removing obstructions from Uoat Kiver and Meadow Creek, in the District of Weet Kootenay, and
Ior making the same nt for rafting and drlv
ing theraou togs, timber, lumber, rafts snd crafts
and for erecting and maintaining booms for
holding, sorting and delivering logs and timber
brought down aald creek and river, and for attaching booms to the short* of said creek and
river for aala purpoaev.
The lands tn be affected by said work are:���
i-ots 862, Ml?, <1592, and sub lots 1, 6.11. IS, 14 and
16 of Lot 4&9EI, Group 1, Kootenay District.
Tbe toils proposed to be charged are such aa
may be tiied by the Judge of the County Court
of West Kootenay.
Dstad ��l*t July, 1907.
Thb lNTBtua'ATio.NsU. LrmiKR & Meki antilk Co.,
In the matter of an application lor the isaue of
a duplicate ol the Certificate of Title Ior Lots
iu and 17, Block 98, Town of Nelaon.
Notice la hereby given that It la my intention
to issue at the expiration of one month after the
11 rst publication hereof ���> duplicate of the Certificate ot Title for tbe above Lots In the name of
France* K. Day. which Certificate la dated the
l'.'tb & ptember. 1899, and numbered 2&>OK.
Land Keg 1st ry Office, Nelaon, B.C., 15th June.
1907. fl. F. MActr-OD,
Dlatriot Keglatrar.
Take notice that an application baa been made
tn register Arthur Hamilton Buchanan as
the owner in Fee Rlmplo, under a tax sale deed
from K. J. Stenaon, Deputy Aaseaaorand Collect
of the Hlocan Aaaesimcut Diatrict, to Arthur
Hamilton Buchanan, bearing date tbe 7th of
November, A D., 1906, of all and singular tbat
certain parcel, or tract, of land, and premlt-es,
situate: lying and being in the Dlstrlctof Koote-
any, lu th* Province ol British Columbia, more
particularly known and described as:
Lot number nine hundred and seventy (������>'��),
(.roup one (1)- in the District of Kootenay, "Sunset Mineral Claim.
You and each ol von arc required to contest the
claim ol the tax purchaser within fourteen daya
from the date of the aervice of tbla notice upon
you, and lu default ol a caveat, or certlflcatea ol
Ita pendens being filed within such period, you
will be forever estopped and debarred from setting tip any <lvm to, or tn respect of the *-uil
land, aud I thuil register Arthur Hamilton
Buchauan as owner thereof.
Dated at Laud Registry Office, Nelaon, Province of Mulish Columbia, this25th day of April,
A D., 1907. * *
H. F   MacLKOD,
Dbttrh-t Keglatrar.
To iu**.iamin V   DAvtca,
The Hnnaet  <*old   a   silver  Mining Com-
L_pauy (foreign).
We have had placed in our hands one of the prettiest best paying
ThiB is ap for a quick h&Iu on account of owner's ill health. Call and get
full particulars. If you have $ii,000 we can make a good easy deal with yon
for this property.
8.   M.   BRYDQES,
Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron. Ltd.
Fire, Accident, Life and Employers' Liability Insitfancc
Lei us quote you rates in the best board companies.
Choice Fruit
I Have 10,000 Acre*
of tfie
Choicest Frtitt Lands ta
British CofaunbU.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
Nelson, B. C.
The house contains two bedrooms and  hall npstaira, dining room, parlor, kitchen, pantry and hall downstairs, hot and cold water.   Electric light in all
Two lots in a good position.
PRICE $1900.       Terms can be arranged.
$10 DOWN
We offer you best fn.lt lands;
best terms; best location; best
climate. Absolute titles. You
don't have to use all of your means
In paying for land. We want you
to put it into development. We
also have tracts of 50 to C0O0 acres.
prices and terms the best. We own
these lands and handle nothing on
If you don't see Fruitvale you
miss the best in B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Ward Street, Nelson, B. C.
For Sale
COTTAGE���3 rooms, water and electric
light, woodshed, chicken houses, fruit
trees, % block from car line. For
quick  sale.    Terms given.    $750.00.
G% acres within mile of city. Suitable
for market garden.   Terms given.
I.-AND on Kootenay and Arrow lakes.
Slocan, Kootenay and Salmon rivers,
etc.    From $10 to $45 pjr acre.
Real  Estate and General Agent.
West Baker Street, NELSON. B. C.
A. M. Can. Sec. C. E.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office:  Bealey Building.    P. O. Box 434
Baker St.. NELSON. B. C.
In the matter of an applU-tttinu lor the Is ue of
dnpllfateof the t-crtiNcaicR nf Title foi Lota ft, 7.
8, and 17, Block 2, 1 own of Kitchener ( �� ap tW8)
ami Lot6187, Gnmp Oue, in the D - et of Kootenay.
Notice Is hereby jrivon that It mv intention
to lam at the expiration ol oue month after Hie
first publication hereof, duplicates of Cert 111 eaten
of Title of tbe above lots lu ihe name of Joseph
Walker which car till en. ten are dated 2i!nd day of
June, imt and numbered 'ilMAand M48A re-
Land Registry Office, Nelson, B. C. ,a3rcl July,
'MI. F. MAiLaotV'
Ulstiiet Heglstrar.
To Winnipeg and points In
Ontario. Quebec, Maritime
Provinces, Central and Eastern States, August Sta, 9th
and JOth, September i tth,
12th and 13th.
Full particulars as to stop overs, etc.,
< 11 application.
Splendid New Soo-Spokane Service,
**5'/2 Hours Between St. Paul and Spokane. Catch the Flyer at Cranbrook for
All Points East.
Daylight service between Nelson and
Spokane including 50 miles on Kootenay Lake in elegant new steamer Kus-
1 anook. Fare $6.60. Return $12.46.
Cood for 30 days.
Scenery through Arrow Lakes and
Rooky Mountain resorts unexcelled In
the world.
A.G. P. A.. Vainonier.
D. P. A.. Nelaon
Piano and Singing Lessons
Given by Mrs. Winter Every Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certificate from Trinity
College. London, Eng., for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conservatoire of Music for singing and piano
playing. Address Box 796. Nelaon.
In the matter of an application (or tha laaueol
duplicates of the CertttleaUe of Title tn lota It*
12 aud 13, aroup 1, West Kootenay District, alao
known ��.- the ��� Kootenay Chief," "Comfort" and
"Lulu" mineral claims respectively.
Notice ia hereby slveu that it la my intention
to isMic at the expiration of one mouth aftrr tha
II rst publication hereof a duplicate of Certificate
of Title .>o 6901a of an undivided 81 100ths in
each of the iv-oveluts, issued on the 17tn day of
May. A 0.18ft. In the Q.meof John U. Ainsworth,
and also a duplicate ol Certificate of Title No,
6'JoOa of au uii.livi.t-'-l 19-Uttli* iu each of the
above lot', Ismea on the 17th day of May, A. 1)
lrjtie. in the name of t.it.-orge J. Ainsworth.
_ Land ltcgu>iry office, NUaon.H. C, August Gilt,
���'11. **". MacLkou,"
Metric. lUglM.i.1.
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The Daily Canadian
Lest  You forget
The   Birthstone
for    September
Take u look in Patenaude's Window  and see those Fine
Sapphires, $2.00 to $45.00 each.
Watchmaker and Optician
��� roaniilai-tun-l  from  rne IIuoti   tobacco, s-n-
ripened and dew sweelened      ll a mild, lull-
flavored and cool.    A lubaeco you
ougiil to try
fobacconist.   Baker Street.	
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frt.it,
Foel &. Pooltxy Co., Ltd.
N. E. co.. Baker   and   Ward   Sta.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
to Acre Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & &
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils tor)
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will find it to then advantage to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
5-Room House and 3 Lots, Observatory street. House
well plastered and in good
shape. $1,000. Good
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning  Stoves,  etc.
111 East Baker St. Phone No. All-
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries
Botter, Eggs.
Damp and Miners' Supplies.
Patronized by Earl Ore, and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
IBcst Located Hotel in Nelson
Apartment. Klcaant    Coialne Choicest
liviiity anil 1 leanlinaaa.
Under the management of R. E. Noble,
late of Toronto, Ottawa and
.J. N. Ellis. Chicago; L. Edwin, Toronto: H. English, A. D. -McKay ami
wile, Winnipeg; it. S. Francis, A. I.
Francis. Procter; Mrs. A. Fenwlck and
daughter, Fort Steele: C. E. Busby, ll.
Sjennyn. Vancouver; W*. How. Chesaw;
Miss Davidson. Miss .1. Davidson, Mis-
B. Davidson, lone; A. K. Shanty, wife
and boy, Carstairs; V. L. Parsons.
P��rr*��ip... * TiS^e I-r*fu-- ���
Cor. Vernon   rtncJ H'ard 8treett��,
>EiU��0>-. M. Oe
H. C. Hullis. Bonniniuon; A. Ballard.
Procter; H. Geiserich. Kaslo; F. Stik-s,
Seattle; G, S. Morley, Meyer's Falls;
J. M. Anderson. Quesnelle; I. C. Seller-
merhorn. Cranbrook; D. M. Telford.
Saskatoon; G. F. Wilson, Kegitia; G.
H. Smith and wife, H. C. Martin. To-
runto; J. llisho]), G. Genovise. New
York; L. Pratt. Sandon; K. Solberg,
Seattle; J. D. Caverhill. E. A. Hudson.
It. B. Merron. Vancouver; T. M.Callum.
G:and Forks; F. G. Fauquier. Needles;
C. R. Stayer. Winnipeg A. M. McKellop
Calgary; Mr and Mrs. H. M. Cherney.
St. Louis; \\". Walmsley, Cascade; Mrs
J. V. Ingrain. N. Ingram, Phoenix.
G. S. Morley, Meyer's Falls; F. J.
Sammons, Procter; W. Foster, II.
Kethro, D. A. McKenzie, Winnipeg, D.
E. Burben, Port Arthur; A. B. Gracher.
Kootenay Landing: G. McFadden, A.
Lee and wife Calgary; Miss N. Gayeon.
Cranbrook: C. Jones. Fernie; J. .1. Quail
Medicine Hat; Mrs. W. Bunting. Miss
C. Utas, Grand Forks; Miss M. Call.
Colville; L. A. Gomico, Spokane.
T. Stanton, M. Sturson, Winnipeg.
H. Burnham. H. Trevor, Slocan; B.
Cole, Ymlr; T. Nlckols, Hunter V.
R. B. Uougan, Spencer Creek; G. W.
Ainburg. wife and family. Procter; C.
C Lewis, Willow Point; T. Taylor, J.
Taylor. Brandon: M. McColl, Revelstoke
R Legauit, Slocan; 11. Greenwood,
Cranbrook; P. W. Raveatyn, Koch Siding; S. Breeden. Doer Park.
H Saunders. Arrowhead; R. J. Foley.
Koch Siding; .1. Knox. Moffat; J. Murray, H. .1. Wright. Ainsworth: D. David
son, Bos well, W. .]. Moore. Edmonton;
It Water-son, Alberta: E. ValUe, L.
Vallfe, Blairmore; H. J. Wright, Ains-
wonh; H. Watson. Seattle; C. Koval-
esky, Wlnlaw; B. F. Burluch. L. Bur-
luch,  D. Neff.   Sayward.
Mrs. Walker, of Caitmel House. Tun-
sta'l. Staffs, England, would be pleased
to correspond with any person who
knows of the whereabout* ot <*itIn*r
Qdward Walker or hlfl friend. Iluizh
Macltae. Mrs. Walker h;is not heard of
her wn since last  October.
' lost���a p��ir of long, brown elorct. batwetn
VICtoriH hii��1 corner of  Htatik-y kiiU Cftrbonat*
street'     KoP.rn to Chn��-1 i����  Ofllir.
HOI A) CHAIN, between Hoover mid Vernon
Streelu. Riiitnble r-'war'l will be jm!.l Ior lid
return.   tfoDermld A: MrHu.nl>'.
Old Curiosity Shop
if you want to buy or Bell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale.
A.11 kinds of Dinnerware In stock. Patterns.
INELSOIN,     -     B. C
A FOCKKTBOOK enntalnluit A llg&M ontqUBO.
tbe Second Relief MiniuK Comp��n>i panbla
to O. ('. Wnie. and letUrs. Finder kindly
leave at No Plaofl Itm.
TWO nBaT-OLagB KOOMH, IWUO heated     Apply bouickeei-er. fed flat. K. W. 0  block.
i PAKTNKR with 12,000 tc pnrCOaM a fruit
raueb near Nelnuii A rho'I upei-uliiilito. I'art-
iH-r liei-il riot 1��* aetively euj-KKC'l ou ranch.
For piirtloalari apply T O. PBOOTER.
AT  ONCK.      A BELL   BOV       Apply tbe  Strath-
WAN! i I - bj young KtiKii-i.inHli, job witli Iruft
farmer where be can thoroughly learn tbe
but-lnekh At preni-tit iu Winnipeg but would
come at onee.   Address H. l>��� Dally Canadian.
TBAUHEB   at  MeadOWl      HO  per  mouth.
Bpratley. Secretary, Krle. P O,
FOR BALE --Hlx-toorne'l MttM*. Htanley siprot
near Mill Mo.lern Improvement!*. ��l,G<J0.
Term���> given.    Apply Mm   Kaaon.
On  the   Police   Force.
Win. Ward, one of the Scotsmen set
out by the Rev. J. L. Brooks, has n
calved an appointment on the pollc
ft rce uf Rossland,
Local  Fruit.
Local apples and plums are now arriving on the market in great abundance, The fruit is of the best quality
and most of it has been grOWU on the
opposii.   side of the luka.
C. P. R. Office Changes.
The staff of the office of Capt. .1.
I lore, C. P. It. superintendent of lake
and river navigation, now consists of
.1. Munton, late of Winnipeg, in place
of Victor Evans, resigned, and Miss
Pearl   McGregor,  stenographer.
Will Have a Fast Team.
Nelson  will  have a aose team in  t
races which  will lake place on the n
reeatlon   grounds  on   the  afternoon
the 18th inst.    Practices will shortly
held and it is expected a  good numl:
of the old runners will be present. Wo
has   been   received  that   Fernie.   Moy
Ritzville   and    Rossland   teams   are
Phenomenal  Fruit Growing.
"The thing that couln't has occur-
red" in two Kootenay orchards. F. (1.
Fauquier has a pear tree on which he
grafted a now shoot last fall. The old
limbs have a fine crop of pears, and
the new wood now bears a number of
tiny specimens. James Johnstone has
had an exactly similar experience this
year with an apple tree.
20.000 Club.
The 20.000 club has now enough
funds in sight to pay all the liabilities
provided only that the work of the club
for the balance of the year enables its
executive to collect the subscriptions
promised. An effort will be made to
have the club offices painted hefore the
Fair. A meeting of the executive committee was held last night, and reports
and accounts were submitted.
The  Coming  Man.
In an interview with the Rossland
Miner A. H. MacNeil, K. C, who has
lust returned from London, says: 'Hon
Richard McBrlde made an exceedingly
good impression in London during his
Short stay there. I heard on all sides
expr-itssions of admiration for the able
manner In* which he handled the case
for the province there. There he is
now looked on as the coming man in
Canadian politics."
Uncle Tom.
Downie's Uncle Tom's Cabin company, which give matinee and nigh*
performances under canvas in Nelson
on Thursday, Sept. 12. is said to carry
the greatest troupe of genuine Southern
Negro jubilee singers, dancers and cake
walkers in the business. Little Miss
Hackett, who plays the part of Eva. is
a wonderful child. She is only seven
years of age, and is very versatile, and
her sincing and dancing specialty is
c'aim^d to be one of the most pleasing
features of the performance. A street
parade will be given daily. Admission
25 cents and  DO cents.
Fire Chiefs* Convention.
Chief Deasy has issued a circular letter outlining the programme for the fin*
chiefs' convention. The meeting will be
called to order hy Chief J. H. Watson,
of New Westminster. Mayor W. O.
Qlllett and President F. Starkey of the
t.oard of trade will formally welcome
'he visitors. President T. Procter and
the reception committee of the 20.000
club have arranged railwsvr rates and
other details. Important matters, of
interest to every section of the province, will be discussed e.t the convention
In connection with the meeting of the
association a tournament will be held,
in which competitions will take place
for the championship o< the Pacific
"Young  Protectivea."
Several members of the "Young Men's
Protective Association" have returned
by various routes from the Coast cities.
where they received considerable attention from the feminine branch of the
order. Their attenuated bodies prove
the meeting held in the terminal city.
which took place in an automobile, was
both Invigorating and swift. Toy found
but one ex-member in their travelH, a
former resident of Nelson, and his greeting proved interesting and Instructive.
Spokane afforded an opportunity for reciprocal greetings with the fair members of the order, in a city where they
abound      The   return   of   the   prodigals
The Store of Quality
Ram Lai Tea
Packed in the Gardens Where
It Is Grown-Can Be Bought for
the Same Money as a Cheaper
We Stake Our Reputation on
the Quality and Reccommend
It to All Tea Drinkers as Absolutely the Best Value Offered.
50c per lb.
KOLL  TOP  OFFlCtt   Dk\HK   hu.i   office Cbair.
Apply I'll*tor Hhauki.
K. W. C. Bloak  . Phone  10.
C A. Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts.
our   long   delayed   shipment   of
has come to hand and we can now supply anything you may require in either
books or supplies.
W�� G. Thomson
8BT��A0T,I^LKIkER*nd   Nelson, B.C.
Phnn. .T-��.
Plums, per basket 35c
Peaches, per lb 15c
Pears, 2 lb. for 25c
Apples, 3 lb. for 25c
Crab Apples, 3 lb. for  2.5c
Telephone 161.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
A.nil (01 Troaoott launches
au'l Pstarboro Caurwa.
Flues! Lol .,1 Hn.u in B.C.
rDotofJoaaphln. at,
will be celebrated by nn attempt of the
young ladli-s of Nelson to again enter
the fuld of the tniiiinu' youths.
.1  Y. Oriffln. Winnipeg, Is In the city
E. K. Beaaton haa heen ipandlag Uu
week at Procter.
F. W. Rolt learea for Edmonton to-
morow morning.
J. C. Bebermerhorn has returned to
Nelson and will reside bam it: future
F. A. Starkrv returned last night from
a business trip through the lloundniv
where he found condition** excellent
Maxwell Smith, Dominion fx-iilt. In
Hpector, wn. In tin- city yesterday on
one of his  regular trips of Inspection
J. D. Caverhill, lata of the Hume hotel
staff, arrived In tha city last night. Mr.
Caverhill Is now 1 ravelling for Itumsuv
Wliult-.uk' and   K.-tittl DeukTu In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Oftinpi tnppltofl on ihovtMl notice and
lowest price. Nothing hut Crnh and
wliolaaonio meals and mpplai kepi In ntiK-k
Mi til nnlerN i-tH-cive rureful uttontion.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
els Remowied
ts Business Energy
Telephone 227A P. O. Box  155
A Magnificent Production under Canvas
...J?.AY.,.AT N00N- TWO BANDS.
MAKKSsnd his Jfrrrrriy Donkor
UNOLB TOM and bla On Cnrtl
�� p.  m.,  AFTERNOON.  NIGHT I p. m
.\I>.VllJS��IOIN, 2*^ unci JSI K;
Call at our targe storerooms on
Baker Street, and see the largest stock
of Furniture, Carpets, Ruga, Linoleums,
and the celebrated Buck Stoves. Our
Fall stock Is now opened up.
During Fare week we pay freight for
50 miles from Nelson,
Complete  House  Furnishers and  Undertakes.    Agents   Mason   <��   Risen   Pianos
All  the authorized Text  Books for
Public and High Schools.
Mail orders promptly filled.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phone  81
' B.   A.   ISAAC
B.   W.   HINTON
M��.pnlrlii��r ...,.l ,I..hl.lt.it ������tuloil with DaapnUh.    m,,,. m_...
Work, Mlnlna ��.,u Mill Maehlnar-r.     M...iLii..ttu"S?��oi   ""
Or. Our..,   IV-   K.   riiillll aillllll m~   Uar..
NELSON,    E5. C.
MANUFACTURERS    T  ������^t.^     Cf-i i
AND DEALERS IN    Ltimtetf   OllltlgleS,
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Windows,
iirnoU Work unU Urackuta. Mail Orders promptly attended it
V8RNON MTRI5IJI    -   -   -   inhusoin, t*. o.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company. Limited.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
WhoicHiiiu Provlalonii,
Produce, - Prult.
lOoTernment Oreamory Oni> Pound Urn ki. rwelvi-d weekly fresh from li"
cihnru.    For aalo by all loading (inn it..
Ofttco and warehouse: Houston Block,    Phone 7��.
Josephine Street.        -        - Nelson, B. C.
Our shipment of these lias been delayed iu transit but #t l>art
theui 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 aud
be convinced aud enjoy comfort.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited. Nei.on en��*
Gttns and
If you arn Hilnklnir of buyini/ a Itifln or (Inn thin leaiM n'11
anil LDjJJfj60t our stock.
We also carry all tho liest makes of Ammunition, iinli"llll,f
Dominion,     Eley,      Kynoch,      U. M. C.
and Winchester.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Limited


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