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The Daily Canadian Aug 16, 1907

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VOLUMH   2.      NO.   63.
iflarriman Could Manage
American Railways
Dtrican Road Magnate Gives Hii
Vitws on Interference of
Federal Authority.
Reno.  Sew   Yor.   Auk    li.���"All   the
i.ioi.de In the country would be  mine
1 oonld  get  oontrol  of  thcin."   Bald
d��ard  II.  Ilarrlman   to  11   reporter  ul
Bute   Journal    on his   arrival   at
irks,  Net .   the   divisional   terminal.
���tenia; in the coiu-m of an Interview.
irini; which be dlecnned hie work and
ambitious.     1   liavt-   been   ijaoted
nuusiy far an expreeilon made Joan
rlj iu tin- effect lhat 1 would manaja
|e rsilioada for    tbe    federal  govern
it. that I  would   turn   my   hoMlngl
ler to the  United   Stales  for   a   fair
���miieuatlun. and act then  as a com-
Issluner."    Mr      Hurlman     continued
(lit  I am misunderstood.       Tlie   time
not oonie for  federal   ownerahlp.
Irsuually, with all the lines In my |k>b-
Von. I would be better -suited."
Umarklng tbat since  Mr.   Harrlman
not yet own all  the   railroads  of
country, a statement of hie  policy
[the light ol   lh.    i.newed   agitation
more drastic regulation by the fed-
kl t'ovt'rnment with respect to those
I does own. would be of interest, the
asked: "What Is your poll*******-
kcernlag the nian.-iciiient of the rail*
f     lhat we are told you own?"    "It
* pay dlTidcnd-i," came the decisive
fsince 1896 we bave spent   *:I0(I.00(I,-
In Imprgrementa. We want some
urns. Don't you think we arc en-
Bed 10 some returna iiom such an ex*
pditun*.? Mine then Is a financial
[ley; I watch tbat end of Ibe pmi*
ere It not much to this policy exiting to make a good investment
Iter. Results, they bring success."
pi   Barrlmaa added:   "Some of your
lions I would not anawer any more
you would   If   I   asked   you   from
n you got your suspenders, or how
Kh you paid for your Bhirt.    1 could
give  specific   answers   to   all   the
^stlons In justice to my associates In
purchase, llut. now that the pro-
"llngs have been started to Ret these
llles. I will probably not refuse again
Juirles directed at me lu connection
the Chicago and Alton case will
Ihaps retult In the answers desired
1 the Interstate Commission. It was
puslncss principle Involved that pre
��t.-'l Dm from answering questions,
answer when  ibe matter comes
I aKaln."
Bernard   Shaw's   Escape.
���otidon. auk   IS.���Oeorge    Bernard
���**' .lh.-  author,   had   a   narrow   es-
'rom drowning,  according lo  the
'    Mail.       II,.   wn8   bwIiiuiiIiik   off
���"beder, Merlonetsblrc, with  I  friend
f�� 'he  current   carried   them  away
1 shore.   After a long struggle the]
Mted to reach a  distant sandbank.
'��� Sbaw  waa  utterly exhausted   when
I lilace of safety   was   reached.     lie
���j in* had K|V,.��� Up nop, aml on|V
���wt on swimming to postpone ub long
laissllile    the    unpleasantness     of
tlie statue was lo receive. The statue Is
lo have new windows In the head, the
Interior frame work will be cleaned.
and - I. wi!.*!:   Installed.
Nightmare Waa a Bicycle.
I Fort Hodge, Aug. 1G.���The ghostlike
(apparition of the girl astride a bicycle
(Hitting about the Btreets after midnight
'will not startle the residents In the eaBt
end any longer. For weeks iiedestrlans
abroad late at night have been mystilled
by seeing this sight. Last night a policeman, attracted by a crash and a
scream, ran around a corner and solved
th.* mystery He found a young and
pretty girl clothed In a thin night dress
will, b had suffered considerably when
the wheel Bhe was riding struch a brick.
The girl was dazed, but told the policeman where she lived. He eBcorted her
home and startled her father, a well
known merchant, who thought his
daughter was safe In bed. The girl said
she bad no recollection of her night
Pacific Cruiaer Squadron.
*a**iiiKton, Aug. ie.���Capt c. B
��� '�� to command the cruiser Soulli
F'bi as soon as that vessel Is put
P oommlarton. The south Dakota la
Vena one of the new cruiser squad
ps Intended for the Pacific coast and
Ph in addition to that vesBel is lo
Mist ot the California and  the  Ten
lut 1 n,"    Wa��Mngton.    whieh art
Ire l8l'..ndaV"   ��W   A""ntlc coaHl  f"r
Will Wear the Green.
IrTo !*Tk* A"K* "--Those who have
r"   'hw   the   groonlsh   coat   which
�� ���,'"'    ,h" '''"'"nuts have left  upon
* Btitute of Ub.rt, ��� to be rumm,(,(1
I',"!1  "ml   b'"��K need   no   longer
-   it is not the intention of the en
J    "of the   war    department     who
fj'��.i   which  has  softened  the 0U1
I   Cataii,Ki'."1,,u ""d ,n,1<1'-' " beantl
t'alser*   ���"","n'-  commanding   Ihe
""*��� whut ��ort 0f oreealni up
Explosion at Doemltz.
Merlin. Am. 18.���A dynamite factory
at Doemltz. Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg Schwerin. exploded today. One
life Is km wn to be lost, eight persons
are missing and thought to lie dead,
twenty Ipereona axe danguroilKly Injured and sixty slightly hurt.
Swiss Guides   Explore   Kokanee  Glacier
for C.  P.  R. and  Recommend
Tourist  Route.
Kaslo. Aug. 1*0.���One night recently
two men. evidently foreigners, pounded
on the door of J. K. .Mervyn's residence.
South Fork, and inquired In broken
English Ihe way to Kaslo. They stated
that they had com.* from the La I'lata
mine by way of Kitchener Glacier. After
receiving directions they came on to
town, arriving here between 11 und 12
the same night. The next day the foreigners, who carried little other bag*
g.g.* than a couple of alpenetoeka, disappeared.
The men In question were Swiss
guides In the employ of (he C. P. R.
and Uley had been Instructed by officials of lhat road to proceed from
Nelson to Kaslo by way of l-a Plata
mine. Kitchener Glacier and the Soutli
Fork. They were instructed to spy out
the country for tourist traffic possibilities and rejMiri ou the bcBt location or
a chalet hotel, at or near Kaslo's greatest glacier.
The guides left tho La Plata at 3.30
a. m. on Friday morning, just when the
great peaks were tinted on their untrodden summits with the first faint
tinge of dawn. Striking to the north
they began a iierpcndlcular climb of
about 3,000 feet to the glacier, which
they reached at 6 o'clock. All day was
spent In the crossing of the great ice
field and the guides who had been raised
among the mountains and glaciers, marveled exceedingly at the size of this one.
About sunset the end ot the Ice field on
this side was reached and they arrived
at the Index  mine aboul S o.clock.
This little excursion mny be taken as
showing a fore-running of Interest on
the purt of the big railway In regard
to the wonderful tourist attractions of
this section.
There are two routes by means of
which the glacier can be reached, viz..
by Kokanee and Kaslo In the Judgment
of those acquainted with the country,
the latter has the advantage, there being a splendid waggon road lo within
Tour miles or the lee-Hold uud an easy
grade (rail tbe rest of the road. The
approach from Kokanee Landing is all
right until the l.n Plata mine Is reached,
when a trail becomes conspicuous by Its
absence, while to reach the glacier a
sheer climb or almost half a inlle Is
Build Steel Ore Dock.
Two Harbors. Minn., Aug. 1C���Work
has been started by the Barret and
Record company on the construction ol
a new steol ore dock for the iron range
road here. The pile foundation Is to
he filled with rock and above this will
be land concrete for five feet above the
water line. Tin- dock will be the first
of lis kind on the lakes, and although
smaller thnn many others will ucst
about 11,160,000.
Teach Police to Fight.
New York, Aug. 16.���Robert Fltzslm
mons, the pugilist has been asked to accept the position of physical director In
tho school or Instruction lor policemen
just organized by Mayor ('has. J. Flsk,
ol' Plaiiilleld. N. .1. Fltzsimiiions recently
has been living on a rurm near the New
.lerBey town. Fltzslinnious Is considering the offer. _^____
See Laurler.
Ottawa. Aug 16.���Sir Wlirrld Lnur
ler's cullers this morning included Mr.
Van Borne and Senator Oox. The object or their visit is not known, hut it
is surmised tbat It lain connection wllh
s. me developments lu lhe light between
the conl and stool companies of Sydney.
Belfast Troubles Aired
in Commons
Strikers Declare Willingness to Accept Arbitration by Appointee oi
Chief Secretary.
London. Aug. 16.���When the House
of Commons met this afternoon, the
Irish secretary. Mr. Hirrell, faced a
shower of questions concerning the
Belfast strike. The Irish members of
parliament wanted the troops withdrawn from Itelfast aud other urged
the necessity of a full Inquiry. Mr. llirrell said:
"The government Is fully alive to
the urgency of this matter and Is doing
ali lt can to secure a settlement of this
most unfortunate strike."
The president of the board of trade
was sending a representative to Belfast
today, the strike unionists of Ireland
having Just notified him of their willingness to submit to arbitration.
War Secretary Haldane read a report
from the officer commanding the troops
at Belfast In which lt appeared tbat one
of the objects of the military demonstration was to separate the Catholics
and Protestants, lt appears tbat In the
trouble at Belfast, as usually happens.
there has developed a cleavage on religious lines. The Protestants have
cheered and supported the troops, while
ihe attacking partleB apparently have
been composed of Catholics.
Governing Body of Province of Rupert'a
Land In Session.
Begin, Aug. 16.���Storms without and
at times slight breezes within prevailed
at today's assembly of Ruiwrt's Land
provincial synod. A protracted debate
sustained from many lines of thought
was evoked hy suggested reforms In re-
s|*ect of the Metropolitan See, but on
return nfter lunch Ihe status quo was
maintained, the necessary two-thirds
majority of clergy and laity not having
been obtained for Mr. Canybeare's motion for election of the metropolitan by
ihe house of bishops. This question
absorbed the chief attention, but another matter of great importance raised
by Archdeacon Lloyd's motion as to reorganization of diocesan boundaries in
the province, the synod having passed
the better part of the day In considering other prob'ems, remitted the subject
of the resolution to the house of bishops
on whose reply largely depends the
proceedings of the house of delegates
tomorrow morning. It has been explained that the concurrence of the delegates
In one ol the episcopal motions yesterday, dealth with the transfers of clergy-
anil not with divorce as was generally
supposed The synod prepared to con
slder the Rupert's Land memorial and
Mr. Conybeare's amendment thereon.
Dividing the Spoil.
New York. Aug. 16.���The contest be
ween the Baltimore aud Ohio and the
Hill-Morgan interests for possession of
the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railway
company, it is stated today, will have
ended. An arrangement haB been reached by virtue of which the Baltimore &
Ohio und the Chlcag, Baltimore &
tjulncy systems will become Joint own
ers of the Chicago Terminal company,
ami will use its facilities In accordance
with an equitable division of Its track
Centenary of Steam.
New York, Aug. 16.���Shippers will
celebrate tomorrow the ono hundredth
annlvoisary of the Introduction of steam
as a propelling force for vessels In
America. It Is one hundred years from
the time the Clermont Invented by
Robert Fulton went up the Hudson
river. Representatives of the steamboat Interests have sent out requestB
to al! Ihe shipping Interests lu the harbor to observe the day.
Seklng Settlement.
Ottawa, Aug..16.���Lewis Simpson manager of the Montreal Cotton Company.
Valleylleld. arrived In Ottawa thU morning, had a long conference with Mac-
Kenzle King, deputy minister of labor,
respecting Ihe dllllculty. The Lemleux
Act does not upply to the strike us com
mon factories aro not In the class of Industries usually designated as public
Orphan Save* Girl From Drowning and
StarU Career.
New York, Aug. 16.���Lewis Oldlng,
11 years of age, an Inmate of an orphanage, has by hU bravery won for himself
a home and probably a good future. He
jumped into the river yesterday and
saved the life of Rose McGowan, 13
years old. the daughter of a contractor,
who had fallen into the water while
gathering moss along tbe river bank.
Oldlng, who happened to be plc-
nlcing in the vicinity with the children
from the orphanage, went to the rescue
while several men stood by apparently
afraid to make the venture. Hugh McGowan, the girl's father, says he will
care for the orphan in the future and
will bring his act to tbe attention of
the Carnegie Hero Medal fund.
American    Authorities   Will    Prosecute
Harvester   Company   Under
Sherman Law.
Washlngto. Aug. 16.���Suit is to be Instituted by the government against the
International Harvester company for alleged violation of the Sherman antitrust law. The papers in the proposed
actions are being drawn at the department of justice and the indications are
that the company will be hauled Into
court In the Immediate future, lt Is
likely the proceedings wll] be begun In
Chicago, lt Is alleged that this company-
controls practically all of the big reaper, mower and thresher plants in the
country and that an apportionment of
the country Is made among the Various
subsidiary concerns in such a way that
no one of them will come into business
conflict with the other. It is further
alleged that prices of farm machinery
manufactured by the International Harvester company are fixed by the concern and from these prices dealers are
not permitted to vary.
In thla way and through iu control
of tbe many plants, the company Is able
to dictate the output of such machinery,
the parts of the country Into which It
shall go and the prices at which it shall
be sold. These conditions apply, it Is
said, to the United States, to the Canadian west, and to foreign countries as
Greeted    Witha    Full    Houae   on    the
Opening Night of Return.
The members of the attractive must
cal organization, known to fame as the
Juvenile Bostonlana, cannot have any-
ground to complain of their reception
on Ihe occasion of their present visit
to Nelson. The house was crowded and
the enthusiasm of the audience was
manifest throughout the evening. While
the chorus la not as strong as on former
visits, the soloists have Improved In
their singing. Of course Babe Mason
Is pretty nearly the whole show, but
every member of the company Is considerably above mediocrity. Halcyon
Martin must have a special word of
praise. It Is almost Inconceivable how
a child of ber tender years has been
able to reuch such a degree of perfec
tlon In memorizing and boIo work.
"Dorothy" Is a very .tretty opera, and
certainly Its production last evening was
attractive. The minuet was very pretty
and those who took part in It must be
complimented on their graceful movements. Tonight the performance will
take the form of a minstrel show. Babe
Mason will Imitate Lew Docksteader
and sing "No Wedding Bells for Me."
This Is a companion Bong to "Alez-
ander," the rendition of which" flrst established Babe Mason's credit with a
Nelson audience. "Olivette" will be
given at the matinee tomorrow afternoon.
School SUIT.
The latest vacancy on the school
staff has been filled by the appointment
of Miss Mabel McVlcar, of Nelson. Miss
McVlcar Is the first graduate of tho
Nelson high Bchool to be appointed to
the regular staff. She obtained a certificate In July, 1902, and has since
taught In Cascade, Slocan and Cranbrook. When the schools reopen on
August 26th the personnel of the staffs
will be as follows: High school, C. M.
Fraser, M. A., MrB. W. S. Pearcy, B. A.;
puTiHc school. A. Sullivan, Miss K.
Scanlan, Miss B. 8. DeBou. Miss L.
Thomas, Miss M. L. Moffalt, Miss K
Thom, Miss M. L. Wade, Miss M. Tay-
lar. Miss C. Milligan and Miss M. McVlcar. The aBBlgnment of the new
tcachere will as usual be left to Principal Sullivan.
Meet Tonight.
Court Kootenay nell No. 723, C. O. P.,
will meet this evening In the K. of P.
hall. Regular business will be transacted.
Will Respect Algeclras
^    &n   fields.    The
 ch   day   are  of   un-
ustlal interest and are arranged with a
thought of deepening the spiritual life
of the young women and to Inspire
them for Christian leadership In civic
and church life. Noted speakers such
as Dr. Howard Agnew Johnson of New
York, Dr. Charles E. Bradt of Chicago,
Augustus Nash of Cleveland, and J.
Goodwin Perkins, tducatlonal director
to the Y. M. C. A. of Chicago, will rep-
��ent the home field, while the work of
Cabiiet Ministers' Views on Horoc-
. can Situation���Keep Ports Open
aad Preserve Prestige.
Paris, Aug. 16.���Following the statement of Foreign Minister Pinchon that
France does not Intend to embark on
a conquest of Morocco or send an expedition into the interior, the semiofficial Temps, this evening, reiterates
that the government intends to pursue
only the measures necessary to fulfill
the spirit of the Algecircas convention,
adding: "The German Newspapers
which pretend today that the convention Is only a scrap of paper now, regarded it as more Important In days of
yore. They talk of letting us conquer
Morocco and ask us In exchange to
make certain compensations. They are
very good, bat the questions are not
before us officially. We shall take In
Morocco with firmness 'jut without imprudence the steps necessary to maintain order at the open ports, as well as
those essential to the re-establishment
of European prestige, nothing less and
nothing more,"
Vice-Admlral Phllbert telepraphed on
Monday reporting that, according to
rumors In Maiagan. tribesmen had
pillaged the town of Azemour, but the
rumor had not been confirmed. H.
Pinchon. Marine Minister Thomson, and
War Minister Plcquart conferred today
on this subject of Morocco and discussed the advisability of further precautionary measures.
For Tennis Honors.
New York, Aug. 16.���Interest of lovers of tennis Is now centered In tin
sectional matches which begun today
on the courts of the Crescent Athletic
club at Bay Ridge. Teams representing
the east, west and south are contesting
for the honor of playing for the national
doubles championship, lt Is the first
time that a southern team has competed with representative of the east and
west tor the sectional doubles championship. The southern team Is made
up of Bryan Grant and "Nat" Thornton,
who won the doubles championship of
the south at the Atlanta tournament
last month. Alexander and Hackett
are the western representatives, and
Little and Wright make up tbe eastern
team. The pair winning the sectional
tournament will have the honor of competing for the national championship at
Newport next weey with Holcombe
Ward and Beals C. Wright, the present
holders of the title.
Very Rude of Nicholas.
Chicago, Aug. 16.���According to the
Tribune's correspondent at Spearfish,
South Dakota, Mrs. Alice Roosevelt
Longworth, while she and Congressman
Longworth were in Yellowstone Park
with Vice-President Fairbanks, met
with an accident. According to the
superintendent of the United States
flsh hatchery at Spearfish who was In
the park at tlie time, the party was
looking at one of the large clay pita
when Mr. Longworth slipped aud fell
head foremost Into the pit. It was filled
with a soft oozy red clay, and Mrs.
Longworth was a sight to behold. Instead of displaying his usual gallantry.
Congressman Longworth stood by anil
enjoyed a most provoking laugh, it is
George Ade's New Play.
South Bend. Ind., Aug. 16.���Seldom
has there been gathered In a city or
this size so many notables as are nowhere for the purpose of witnessing the
first production tonight of George Ade's
new four-act eomedy, "Artie." Theatrical managers and players and authors
of national and International fame hnve
come from Chlcgo, New York, Indian
spoils and other points to give the new
play a rousing send-off. After two performances at the Auditorium here the
piece will be taken to Chicago and put
on for a run.
Christian Women in Session.
Lake Geneva, Wis., Aug. 16.���The an-
nuul western conference <->r the American committee of Yoi ag Women's
Christian Associations opened today
and will continue ten days. The worn
of the conference will he Bible study
and   discussion   of association  work  in
/./A,'""el8n Held will be represented
>*j ���*���'*>,.~"ertram Shuman of Buenos
Ayres. ��� .Mary McElroy, Miss Harriet Tayio. * s Mabel Gratty, Miss
Emma Hays, k . Anna Brown and Miss
Lillian Long of the national board.
Motor Company Assigns.
New York, Aug. 16.���The assignment
of the Pope Manufacturing company
and of Its subsidiary connections, the
Pope Motor Car company, Cleveland. Is
the only subject of discussion among
automobile dealers in this city. The
general impression Is that it will prove
only temporary and tbat the plants at
Hartford and Toledo will continue to
Manufacture automobiles. Albert L.
L. Pope, receiver for the Pope Manufacturing company, has sent a statement to the agents In which be says:
"The business will be continued without
Interruption by the receiver under the
order of the court, and our product will
not suffer any delay on account of these
new conditions."
Preliminary    Competition    Begun    for
Places on Rifle Team for Palma
Trophy thoet.
Port Clinton, O., Aug.. 16.���Prellmln-
competition for places on the American
team which la to go Ottawa. Canada,
next month to compete for the Palma
International trophy began today on the
military rifle range at Camp Perry.
From the aggregate of the scores made
in this preliminary competition tho
team will be selected���nine on the basis
of the highest aggregate and three by
the executive of the National Rifle Association of America, making twelve tn
all, of whom four will be alternates. Of
the twelve the eight men to shoot on
the team will be selected by tbe team
captain after preliminary practice on
the Canadian range.
Lieutenant Colonel N. B. Thruston of
New York Is to be the captain of the
team. He is exceptionally well qualified for this position, having been captain of the New York team for many
years. The New York team under his
direction has been victorious In a large
number of hard-fought interstate contests. Colonel Thurston Is noted for
his abilities as a coach and is one ot
the foremost authorities in the United
States on rifle shooting.
Indications are not lacking that the
competition for places on the team is to
be heavy and spirited. New York has
entered Captain A. E. Wells, Captain
George Corwln, Seregant George H.
Doyle, and Dr. W. B. Short, three of
whom���Wells, Doyle and Short���were
on the Palma team that went to England four years ago. Massachusetts
has entered four men, Maine and
Georgia one each, New Jersey three,
Ohio ten, and there are alao some of
the best rifle shots of the United States
army, navy and marine corps.
The international contest for the
Palma trophy will excite the wideBt Interest, as it will be competed for by-
teams composed of the best riflemen of
England. Canada and the United States
Three years ago when the Palma contest was shot at Blsley, England, the
American team won the trophy. The
board of judges, however, decided afterward that on a technical point���a matter of arms used���tlie Americans had
not won the trophy fairly, and so
though the team had won It and
brought it home It was returned to
Newfoundland has decided to send six
men to shoot at the D. R. A. matches.
It Is almost certain that the six who are
coming will have been Increased to
eight and the team entered for the
Palma trophy.
German Noble Robbed.
New York, Aug. 16.���Announcement
was made today that burglars entered
the home of Count Max Seckendorr,
formerly chamberlain of the Empress
Agtistut, at Darlington, N. J., early
Tuesday morning and stole $7000 worth
of Jewelry. The countess awoke while
the thieves were at work and gave the
alarm, but the invaders escaped.
Sullivan vs. Flynn.
Denver, Aup. 16.���The De|nver Athletic club has arranged a good card for
Its boxing show tonight, the wind-up to
be furnished by Jack (Twlnl Sullivan
and Jim Flynn. of Pueblo. Flynn has
won honors tn many good fights In this
part of the country and Is counted on
to give the New Englander a hard tussle
The articles call for a ten-round bout.
Railway Telegraphers Are
Nut Involved
Great North Western Company Not
Seriously Inconvenienced���
No Application Made.
Ottawa, Aug. 16.���Considerable surprise is expressed here that the Great
Northwestern Telegraph company has
not applied for the appointment of a
board of Investigation under the Lemleux act. It Is thought that the company cannot be very seriously inconvenienced, or it would do so. A business man who is familiar with the workings of the Lemleux act, says tbat if
any walking delegates come to Ottawa
with the object of inducing local operators to go on strike he will in ail
probability be proceded against under
the section of the act which provides
that any one who Incites, encourages or
aide men to strike before applying for
a board is liable to a fine of from fifty
to one thousand dollars.
Chicago, Aug. 16.���At the conference
here last night between President S.
J. 8 Small of the Commercial Telegrah-
ers' union of America, Secretary Russell, President Sam Qompers of the
American Federation of Labor, and several other labor leaders, It waa decided
definitely that there should be no strike
of the 47,000 railroad telegraphers or
the United States. The operators will
be called upon shortly to contribute a
strike fund of $60,000. Two of their
officers attended the conference
Part of New Line Into San  Francisco
Costa *400,000 a Mile.
San FranciBco. Aug. 16.���Orders have
been issued to begin construction work
on the Northwestern Pacific, a joint
Southern Pacific-Atchison enterprise
which will give San Francisco a new rail
connection with Eureka. It will eventually be continued along the coast Into Oregon to connect with the main
branch of the Southern Pacific, making
an eaay grade all the way to Portland.
Some of the construction work will be
very costly. Tbe 110 mile stretch between Wlllitts and Shively will cost
about $13,000,000, and there is one
stretch ot seven miles which lt will
take $3,000,000 to build.
Five Drowned at Montreal.
Montreal, Aug. 16.���A party of five
men were drowned in St. Lawrence
river off Montreal this morning according to information given to the police
today by a man named Roy, a survivor,
who said he and five others were out
rowing late last night when their canoe
was upset by wind. All were thrown
into tbe water. Roy Anally reached
shore In an exhausted condition where
he was found by Constable Turner. So
far search has tailed to find the bodies.
Fire Chief Watson Censured.
The report of the select committee
of the Victoria city council on the origin, conduct and circumstances connected with the recent fire was formally
read and adopted Tuesday night without debate or discussion of any kind.
One paragraph of the report reads:
"After weighing carefully the evidence
adduced at tbe Investigation your commute are of the opinion that the evidence shows, and the results of the observations of the members of the council who were present at the Are. support
the finding, that the manner In which
the operations of the fire department
were conducted at the Are, exhibited a
lack of systematic direction on the part
of the chief of the fire department, In
the handling of the men and appliances
of tho department and volunteers who
assisted at the fire, and that this luck
ts due. In a great measure, to the chief's
apparent misunderstanding of his position in that he assumes to do the work
usually performed by the men of his department, rather than to direct them."
The Canadian mint will be In operation within seven weeks. Metal for the
copper coinage will be obtained from
the Trail refinery.
The Grand Trunk Pacific will be completed from Winnipeg to Saskatoon by
the time the snow flies.
Mat bison Bros., of Leavings, Alia.,
cut 100 acres of winter wheat this week.
The crop averages 45 bushels to the
Earl and Countess Oroy spent this
afternoon In Fredericton, returning to
St. John tonight.
t '������'������
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m The Daily Canadian
II 'j
Wo Ore now
opeuing apa Large
shipment ��>t
Limoges Elite China
These   goods   are   assorted   so that   you   can   select  any   pieces   you
orefer and  make up to your taste.
E-Iijjl.tswt* Quality at Lowest F>ri-je��.
A carload   of
haa Just arrived.    These goods have advanced slightly, but we offer them
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Off-Ice t   Toronto.
Capital Authorized   $10,000,000
Rest   .	
HO:'. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vioe-President
Capital   Paid   Up          4,830,000
D. R. WILKIE President.
Branches in Uritish Columbia:
allowed on  deposits  from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
J.   iVi.   L.A.Y,  Manager.
tent Ions of the Nelaon board. They
have also given the Nelson board valuable advice us to procedure aud the
presentation of tlie case, and expressed
their willingness to treat the appeal as
soon as it is ready. The path is clear.
The Nelsou men know now exactly
what they have to do. They must collect
and arrange all the data which will
strengthen their case, and give their
counsel opportunity to familiarize himself with lt. That involves expenditure
of time and money. The campaign cannot be waged without funds. A successful issue, however, which would lead to
a reduction of the cost of living in
Nelson, would be worth many bundled
limes the expense of securing it.
As the canvass for support for the
2ii.nun ctub proceds and the response is
shown to be fairly general, the voice of
the pessimist becomes lainter. Nelson
cannot afford to let the 20,000 club die.
Apart from the claim to gratitude established by the faithful few who have
rendered splendid service In the last
year aud a half, the certainty of the
continuance of that work Is now established. The 20,000 club of Nelson ia
known from Winnipeg to Victoria and
recognized as one ol the most efficient
aud enterprising promotion and advertising organizations that exist in all
the growing cities ol Western Canada.
It would be the height of roily to let it
expire now that It has achieved a name
and a position or greater usefulness
than ever before. The people of Nelson
recognize lt too. They may not patronize excursions or concerts very lavishly, but an appeal on a straight business basis ts not In vain. Some ask for
tangible evidence of the efficiency of
the club's work, lt would be Just as
reasonable to ask a merchant to specify
a sale effected through a particular advertisement. The general Increase In
values of city and suburban real estate
is due to the work of the 20,000 club
more than to any other single cause.
Nelson Land Diatrict. District of Wm Kootenay
Take notice Hint K.W. Smith, Prank Klana-
g��ii, iritHl A.d. Elder, of Spokam\ Wa-sh.. occupation ranchers, intend to applv ut a ipeoul
timber licence over tbe follow ing described
lauds: Commencing at a post planted tit the
southwest corner, about eight nille***, (nun the
Kootenar river, ou the west side, and about
three *���'.���.:���'-. norih of the internal tonal tmundarv
luie. on tht west bank of Bridie creek, on the
north fork, thence north 80 ehains t.dice east
no chains, thence aouth no Ohalns, thenee west ho
chalua to point of commencement, and containing W0 uores. more nr less.
Dated July lyth, iyo7. K. W  Smith,
A. 8   Kl.l'tK,
K. W. Smith. Agent,
Nelson Land District.   DUtrlct Ol Weit Kootena
Take notice that K. 8. t. Smyth, of Procter, li.
C , occupation lunibermfsu, intends to apply for
a special timber licence over Hie following deiorlbed landi:
No. i. Commencing at a post planted neat the
northeast comerpostot Lot No 3548, un IamiioIi
Creek aud marked K. K P. Pmyth ���southwest cor-
nerpoat No 1, thence 40 chains north more or
lola to ahout midway of Lhe south boundary Hue
ol timber licence No. B806. thence BO chains east,
thence 40 chatus south, thenoa -to chaina eaat,
thenco 40 chains south, thenee BO ohalna west,
more or less to the southeast corner of aJoreealu
Lot No. 3048, thence 40 chains north, thence 10
chains we,t to the point of commeuceiuciit.
Dated JOtta July, 1907. R. 8. 1". .Smyth,
Henry Relchert, Agent.
Nelson Laud District, District of Weat Kootenay
No. I
Take notlre that J. K. P. Stewart, of Colling-
wood, Onto occupation lumberman, lntenda to
apply (or a special timber Licence ever the following described lands: Commencing at a pjst
planted al>out 65 chains south and i"**hmns west
of post No 2, marked J. It F. Stewart'* N. B. corner post, thence south 160 chains, thenoe west 40
chains, thence north l6o ohalna. thence cast 40
chains to place of commeneemeut containing 640
acres moro or lean.
July 24th, 1907. James R, F. -tkwaRt.
Ladies' New Fall
and Winter Coats
We are showing our firs' importation of Ladies'
Coats. The very latest and nobbiest styles in cloths
etc. Now is the time to make your selection when
stock is complete. No two coats alike, we invite inspection.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporato-l A.  D.  18G9.
Capital t3,900.000
Reserve Fund..
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of  Banking  Business.
SPECIAL  ATTENTION   given  to the      I      HOME  SAVINGS  BANKS   Furnished
Savings   Bank   Department,   and
Interest    credited    Quarterly    on
Savings Bank Accounts.
on Application, In Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Br.irich, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Published sixuuja -a w.'i a hy the
baker Bt.. Nelson. B. O
Ouoscrlntt.m rates, rw .cuts il month delivered
iu tho cllj, or W.tai u star 11 seul by mull. whet,
paid In uivanee.
Advcrllalun rates nu application.
AU monies pal.l in n-lllcmtnl ot Thi* Hall!
Canadian  accounts,  cith.-i   lol  ���UbwrlpUOUS OI
ady.Ttl��lu(. must I COlpted lol On the printer
lorma ol the Company. u*.h..*r rcoulpla are uol
Friday,   August   16,  1907.
The aniiounci-nn'iit thai U��a manage-
ment of the Hall Mlnea Bmelter haa
dlapoaed or arranged to dispose, of Ita
aupply of ore now on band, and is taking atock of ihe Situation before announcing  lis polloy   for  the future  will
cause no surprise*. The deelalon baa
heen expected hy tniiilm; men in Kootenay for many montha, nnd hints bave
been given to the puWlo from time to
When the Bllver King mine was
closed down a r.*\v tears ago, Uu* Hall
Mines smelter became dependent tor Ita
operation entirely upon custom oree. Tba
use ror which H had been di Bigni d was
gone.   Its sole purpose bad been the re
ducilon of Hi *ea oi the BUvei  King,
whieh was and Ib, the chief property
ot the company.
With the Bonndarj diatrict served b)
three lar*...* reduction plants and Roaa
land ore treated at Trail nnd Morthport,
the local smelter's only aouro s of supply were the Slocan aud Ymii districts
and a small part of But Kooti any. The
character of those sources of suppl)
constitutes the explanation of the
chequered history <>f the smelter, and
probably of the decision just anii-mnni!
Kor the Insl seven years mining In
the Slocan has been in a depressed con
dition. For a while ll was explain.-d
hy the low price of lead: arter that bad
been offset llrst by the government
bounty and luter hy the advance Iti the
price, the reason assigned for ecuiin
ued Inactivity wus the hi Kb freight and
treatment charges, These have alnca
been reduced to a lltrure ut which no
reasonable complaint can be made. The
only explanation now available is pending litigation. Probably all lh. cause..
mentioned bave been contributory factors in retarding the development of the
Slocau as a mining district.   UiH prob
ably  the chief reason  Is  that the first
strikes of silver which made the Slocan
famous were near the surface and soon
. xhauated.    The real  wealth,  the only
p.isslble   source   of   permanent   wealth,
is  at depth.    In one    mine    only, the
knnihl.T-Cariboo,    has    the    necessary
work been undertaken to reach the main
ore bodies of the mine. Beginnings have
been   made   In several  others.     Hut iu
the   great   majority   the   Beginning   of
work  on  a   large   scale has  yet to  be
made.    Whether It Is that  the owners,
a- a rule have not the means of under*
taking such  work,    or    lack    faith   in
i in* value of their properties, tlie pres-
.iii  effect Is the same.   Tbe result Is a
ridiculously   small   and   most   irregular
out put from a district eonlalnlng more
partly  developed    properties of    great
promise, than any other district of the
same Blze iu Canada.
Such has heen the character of the
chief Bource of. ore supply of the Hull
Mines Smelter. The llrst necessity In
smelter operation Ib economy in handling and treating, und for the exercise
of economy it is esBetilial that the manager should know from month to month
how much ore and of what character
be can count upon. Thai knowledge
has never been available to the management ..I lhe Hall Mines Smelter since
It has heen engaged lu the treatment
of custom ores.
There are however, two hopeful fea-
lii:. s uf the situation. The Silver King
mine, on the testimony of several who
know It well, has yet many years ol
life. Us ores must he reduced ut the
local plant. The Slocan. according, not
to chronic optimists, but to men who
have known and believed in the dlBtrlct
thioiigh good times nnd bad. Is on the
eve of a revival, which will see nil its
developed properties back on the ship*
ling list wllh many additions. If their
i pea are realized the element of un-
certainty us to the ore supply which has
iiundicapped the smelter management
su heavily and persistently may be
Our morning contemporary has at
last perpetrated something which comes
dangerously near being humorous. The
caption "C. P. It. Telegraphs and Tupper" Is a fair indication of tbe logical
coherency of the article. Why didn't
the title include also Borden, *kreBrlde
and some others? The despatch from
Halifax referred to was absurd and inaccurate, so much so that we took for
granted that it emanated from Machine
headquarters. We of course accept our
contemporary's assurance thut ths
C. P. R. news service Is responsible
We don't quite see w*hy we Bhould join
In abuse of that service on account ol
one foolish report. We get many even
more ridiculous from the Associated
Press. So does our contemporary. With
the niixed guessing contest lhat closes
our contemporary's first offence of the
kind, we have no concern. R. L. Borden
and Hichard McBrlde are leaders possessing the confidence of all Conservatives. Sir Hlbbert Tupper has rendered
distinguished public Bervice. HiB return to the political arena would be a
matter for congratulation to the country. It waB the suggestion that he
would seek to undermine R. L. Borden
that Indicated Liberal authorship.
Nelaon Land Dlatrlet   District nf Weal Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry Relchert ..I Nelson, B.
C , prospector, Intends to apply lot a special 11-
otnOB to cut and carry away uml-cr from the lollowlng described lands:
No. 6. Commencing at a poat plauted near the
northeast corner poat ol Timber Llcenee Vo Wb6
and marked Henry Relchert norlhwest corner-
poflt No 6, thence 80 chains south, thenee SO
chains eaat, thence 80 chain, north, thenee 80
cbalna weat to place ol commencement.
Hat.* 1 July a-.lh, 1907.
No. 7. Commencing at a p*.*-t planted near the
northwest corner p..-t *>! timber li'euee No y263
and marked Henry Ketchen s. west corner post
No 7. theuee 160 cbalus .aat. Uicnce an chains
uorth. thence 160 chaina treat, theace �� ehaius
aouth to point of commencement.
Dated July Mth, 1UU7.
No. 8. Commencing at a poat planted ou Monument creek about 70 ehatna more or leaa from
where Monument creek emptlM into Lemou
creek and marked Henry itei.inert northeast cor-
nerpoat No. 8 thence 1C0 ehalna aouth, tbenee 40
ehains west, thence 160 chaina north, thence 40
chain, east to place of commencement
Dated July ��th, l'JC7
1 .*���' ae.r.
Ex-Mayor Hayward, of Victoria, Writes
Of Canadian Exhibit.
Thore Is a lull for a while In the
campaign for fairer freight rateH to the
Kootenay. Tho members of the Railway Commission have given their opinions on the points raised by the Vancouver board of trade, many of which
have nu Important bearing on the con-
An interesting letter has been received hy a friend in Victoria from ex-
Mayor Charles Hayward. who, with A.
11. Kraser, sr.. has been touring the Old
Country. Writing from the Imperial
Hotel, Dublin, under date of July !*4th,
Mr. Haywood says: "The Canadian exhibit Is far ahead of our most Bangulne
expectations, both of us gladly writing
our names In the visitors' book, and recording our expressions of congratulation lo those whose energies brought It
about. It Is a wonerful advertising
agency, and ennnot fall to produce satisfactory results. Outside of the splendid
exhibits of the products of the country,
most admirably arranged, there are
written on every available space the
opinions of those who have visited us,
and of prominent men amongst us. In-
eluding Earl Grey, Sir Wilfrid l.udler,
Lord Strathcona. Sir John A. Macdonald and others, all of the most encouraging and optimistic character. In fact.
as 1 left the large building devoted lo
Canada, I regretted that I had parted
with a single foot of my real estate.
Some of us may not be spared to see lt.
hut as sure us the rising sun the immediate and immense expansion of Canada is assured, and our own Victoria
must  participate in  lt."
s-t-iia-.il Laud bliirict.  DUtMoi ol Weit iCoot-t-uay
Notice !��� hereby given tbat AQ davu after date
I intend to apply tu the Thief CommUatuut-r Ot
Iaiids and Worka for p- r:u'.--i..:i to cut and
carry away timber from tne follnwinit dcKcrlbed
No. 4 Commencing it a poit marKed H. & 8.
N. W corner,'100 chalUH eant of the S K. corner
of lot No S12, poat marted K. H. N. K. corner,
ilii'iK'? east HOchaloH, thence iouth no chains,
thence west tw chatuu. tlience north no rhaina to
plaoe of commencement containing m   acres.
So- b Commencing at tbe N ** . corner of H .
A 8 timber claim No 4. tbence nortb 80 chains,
thence east SO chains, thence south HO coalns.
thence west ���*��< chains to [>lacc of comtnenc-umcut
at location post No. b, containing 640 ><   r��� -
I. Q. tmiMOMMMMOMM, Locator,
tieo   HuscToft, Agent.
Dated July Sth. 1W7.
Nelson Land IMstrlct District of Weal Kootenar
Take notice sbat I'aul August Paulsen, of Kitchener, B.C., occupation lumberman, intends
to apply for a speoial timber licence over the following described lamia: Commencing atapost
planted at the louthwest corner of surveyed lot
,221'Q.i thciici- south to the northern boundary
of timber licency No. 7018, tlience west to the
nonhwest corner of said timber licence, thence
south to tbe northern boundary of lot *>li. thence
following said boundary, of said lot ���*.���. ������>: tn tbe
right of-way of the British <'���*.;������ :n I .*t Southern
Katlway, tbence following said right-of-way in a
north-easterly direction to place of commencement, and containing 6U) acre-*, more or leab.
Dated Julv ^nd. 190..    PAUL AioitsT tfAULMOX.
Notice is hereby given that GO o��ts alter date I
inteud lo apply to the Hon. Chief CommtttBloiii-T
o! Lands and Works for permission to purchase
the follow Uis described lands, situated tn West
Koolenay district: Commencing at a pnbt marked by name aa initial post of the Houth Fork
branch, one hundred feet from the (unction of
Lost creek with the south fork; thence one-
quarter milu lo the northwest corner post, thenc*
one mile to tbe northeast corner post, them*
one-quarter mile to the southeast comer post,
thence oue mile to the place of commencement
June 21, 1907. Ixicated by Wm. COWHOLLY.
Notice is hereby given that 9u days after date i
intend to make application lo the Honorable the
Chief Commissioner of iAtids and Works, Victoria, B. ('., fnr a si>eclal licence to cut timber nn
the following described lands In West Xootenay
district: Commencing at a post situated ou
Blueberry creek, about four miles from Its mouth
and adjoining me N. w, corner of my application No- 1, thence south HO chains, thence west
HO chains, tbeuee north BO chains, Iheuce east HO
chains to point of cnintiieticement
Dated May l��tk, 19u7.
Nelson Land District. District ol Wmi Koot.-nay.
Take notice that W tlltum Andrew Koss, ol
Fernle. B. C, hotel keeper, intends to apply for
a sivecial timber lllcence over the following de��
cr'iucd lauds:
No. 1-('ommencing at a post plan lad about
three mt m north ol lhe International ooundary
line, and about eight mi lee weal of the Kootenay
river, and about two miles uorth of the nortii-
���wcut comer of limber Ihenee No. HO.'.", thence
north tw Oh Mm, thence cast hu ehnins, theme
south M chains, tlience west 80 chains to point
of connn* ueemeiit. and ���.���uuiuintug MU acres,
more or less.
Located l-'th Dine 19o7.
No, 2. -Commencing atapost planted at tn
south a-i comer of ft illiam v ttott'l No. 1 claim
and about two miles north til ihcN.W corner
of timber Itceu. e No BOB?, tlielice north SO
chains, thence weal 80 chain*, thence south 80
chatus, thence eaM #> chainn to the point of commencement, aud containing cto acres, more or
Located Uth June, 190*7.
No. 3,--Commencing at a post planted near
Bridga creek, about one mile er-*st of the northeast coruer of William A. Rosb'b No. 1 claim,
ami about five miles north of the international
boundary line, iheuce uorth no cbalus, thence
west Ho ciialnn, thence couth HU chains, thence
east HO chains to the point of eommeucement,
and coutalulng -&40 acres, more ur leas.
Looated Uth June. ltW7.
No. 4.���Commencing at a post planted near
B.idge creek at tne Koutheast corner ot William
A Hoss' No 3 claim, thence north 80 chains,
theuee east 80 chains, thence south 80 cbalus,
thence west HO chains io the point of comineuie-
ment, and eoutatutng &40 acres, more or less.
bOOAted Uth June, 1*17.
No, 5,- Commencing at a post planted near
Itrldge creek, at the southeast corner of William
A. Ross' No. A claim, tlience south 80 chains,
thence west 80 ������1..*i-- iheuce north HOchalns.
thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement, an.l cnutuutng A10 acres, more or less.
Located Uth June. tW)7.
No. 6��� t'ommenclng at a post planted near
Bridge creek, at the southeast corner of William
A. Koss' No 8 claim, thuuee south 80 chains,
theme east HO cbaiua, thence north no chains,
iheuce went ho chains to tne point of commencement, and containing &40 aerea, more or leaa.
Located 12th June, mfl.
No. 7.���Commencing   at  a post ptauted about
one mile south of the'southeast comer ol Wiutam
A   Boss' No   b claim   ami  about two miles north
of the international bouudarv line, iheuce north
H0 chains, thence west HU chains, thence south HO
chains,  thence east  hu chains  tu   the  polut of
commencement, and contaiuing (M0 acres,  more
or less.
Located the Uth of June. 1*307.
No. H,-Commencing ata  post  planted   at the
southeast corner of W tUtam A. Boss' No. " claim,
thence   ii.-iti   >���  chaloB,  theuee  east HO ehalus,
thence aouth H0 ohalus,  tbence wesl 80 chains to
point of commencement,    and   containing  -640
acres, more or less.
Located the 12th day of June. 1907.
Dated this bth day of July. 1907.
William A.nhrew Koas.
Notice to Delinquent Co Owner,
To Charleg CJ. Slmpaou, or any other person
to whom he may have transfer re<l his tnterct in
the "May Blossom" mineral claim, situated on
Brown Mountain, two aud a half miles southweat of Ymlr, tu the Nelson Mining ImviHou. of
W.-at   Koiiteiiay    Distrlcl,   and   recorded   tn   the
Recorder*! office, for the Helton Division.
You and each of you are hereby notified that
1 have expended two hundred and five dollars
(206.00)lu labour and improvement* upon the
above mineral claim in order to bold the same
under tbe provisions Ol the Mineral Act ami If
wlthiii Qlnet9 days from the date of this notice
you fait or refuse to contribute your ponton of
the expenditure, (which Is one hundred and two
fifty dollars [UOSJKh lor the two years ending
Mh May 1801.) togeth-r with all costs of adver
ttalng. vour interest tn the said claim will heroine the property of the undersigned uud*. r
^������c. 4 ut an Art entitled: "Au Act to Amend tbe
Mineral Act. 1900."
Dated at Ymlr, B. C, 16th May, 1907.
J        N ��   HAKBOTTLK
Ndsou Und District.   DUtrlct,,, West K^n���
Take notice that John I'hlibert nf k ,
British Columbia occupation. i3&t*��fB
ends to apply for permission tojmSBM
following deseribe��i Und: homtaaAahmS*
post planted on the north bank l��t2!LV I
about two and one quarter mile* eLwrTt^
the nin.tton of Loe?erwf ami ZhTLTSLft
the Nelson laud district, thence ourthWi
���""���<����� east lotSq
them e west HO chains.   Lheiit
more or less, to |.,.-t creek, then>
said creek to point of
alulng 4H0 acrea, more or less
Dated June 6th. 1907.
mmvaremeni M(j
Johk Philiik.
Nelson 1-and District. Dlatricl oi West Kootenay
Take notice that I, Kliratwth Ferguson, of Nei-
aon, British Columbia, occupation marrie.i tt,>-
man, intend to apply for permtssiou to purchase
the following described laud : ComincnclnK at a
poat planted 40 chains weat of the southeast corner ol section 22. Township <"�����, Kmitenay, and
marked "E-K.'i N. K corner,"'thence west ao
chatus, thence south 40 chains, thence eait m)
rhalns, thence Uorth 40 chains to the place of
commencement and coutalulng ;i2li acres more
15th JulT, A. D. 1907.    KL17.AT1TH Fit BO? LOP.
by w. A. Gaidar, agent.
N.laon Land District. District ot West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1. David U Kurtz, of Nelson,
B. C, occupation merchant, intend toapply for
permission to purchase the following described
land . Commeucing at a post planted at the
southwest comer of section H, township cy,
Kooteuay. and markt��d "i�� B. K.'a H. W. corner,"
thence uorth SO chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south H" chains, thence west 40 chains
tothe polut of commencement aud containing
880 acres more or loss.
16th July. 11W7. DAYiDG   Kl'BTl,
W. A.Calder. agent.
Take   uotlce that 1, Ttioma
tend to apply for permisi
'owtu-g  described laud:
K. .W RoBiNeow,
Nelson Land District.   District ol Weit Kootenay
Take notice that  Moore,  Kepple A to,, of Oar-
laud, ivtiii , occupation lumbermen,   intends lo
apply lor a special limber  licence over  the  following deacribed lands:   Commenelng at a post
plauted on Mosquito creek, on the west side of
-Vrrow lake, and about one half mile west of the
southwest corner of limber limit No. 4877, thence
north HOchalns. thence  west 80 rhalns,  thenc-
south 80 chains, thence cast Bo chains to point of
commencement, and  coutainlug C40 acres, more
or lesa.
Daled 15th, July, 1907.     Moor*, Kbiti.k A Co.
John k Calkins. Agent.
One of Melton's Pretty Homo Cot-
tagee of 2 bedrooms, sitting room, din*
ing room, kitchen, bathroom; hot and
cold,water; largo baaement. Nice view
of lake. $1,600, $900 down; balance on
easy terma CArtalnly a snap. Apply to
J.R.B., Dally Canadian.
Take notice that 80 days alter date I intend to
apply to lhe Hon the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Work*, Victoria, for fiermlsslou to
out and earrv away timber from the lollowlng
described land, in West Knotenay:
No. 1. Cnmtneiictng at a iK>st planted at tho
southwest corner of timber license 8548, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thcucc north HOchalns to place of
Dated May :il, 1907.      j.T. BnwWi Locator.
J  W   ("oi hi un, Agent.
No. 2. Commencing at a post planted at thi,
southeast corner of application No. 1, tnanoaOMt
80 ciialns, thenee north 80 chains, thence west ho
chains, theme south 80 ehnins to place of commencement.
Dated May rti, iwn.      J T. Braoass, Looator,
J. W. Colhurn, Agent.
Helson Land Dlatrlet. Dlstrictof West Kootenay
lake notice that I'aul August 1'atilHon, of Kitchener, B. C-, occupation lumberman, intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the following described lands: <'ommencing nt a i ��� ->.
planted at the southwest corner of surveyed lot
7221-U.l, thence cssl 40 chains, thence north ho
chains, thence cast to tt n southeast comer ot sum
lot, them-e north to the northeast comer of sBi()
lot, them-e put to the west boundary of pre-emption No. 682, thence south to the north boundary
o( timber licence No. HrAH, thence west ttlong
said north boumlary to lhe northwest cornerof
said licence, thenco south to the north boundary
of timber licence No 7018 thence west to it point
due south of commencement, thence north to
point oi commencement, and containing (Mb
acrea, more or leas.
Dated July 2nd, Ufcfl.   Paul Atjouht 1'a.ulson.
Nelson Laud District. District ol West Kootenay
Take notice lhat William Andrew Hoas, of
Kerule, B. C, hotel keeper, lutends to apply lor a
���pOCtal timber licence over tbe following described lauds:
No. 1.���Commencing ata post plauted about
HO cbalna east of the northeast corner o| timber
Uoenoe No. OOln, and atiout HOchalns uorth of the
northern ti-oundary of timber licence No. Wll,
aud aoout 13 miles west ol the Kootenay river,
and about two and a half miles north of the lib*
t- i intii-'ii-r.: boundary line, In the DlBtrlct of
West Kooteuay, Iheuce south HO chains, theoce
WOat H0 (hains, thence north BO chaina, thence
cast m) chains to the point of commencement,
containing 540 acres, more or less.
Located 14th June, 1907,
No. "2.���Commencing al a poat planted at the
lortheaat corner of William A. Itoas's No. 1 claim
.ml ahout oue mile north of the northern Imund-
.ry of timber llcenee No. HU12, thence south ftt
l.- no. thence east 80 chains, thence nortb 80
bains, tbence west 80 chains to tbe point of
ommencement, and contaiug 840 acres, more or
LbcaWd 14th of June, 1907.
William ahijriw Host.
Dated this filh Ol July, 1907.
Harry Wilaon, lu-
> pun-hate tbe lol-
ineuclng at a poat
plauted at the 8 K. Conor of lot 7 Mm and marked
N. k corner, tlience south 10 chains, thenee
weat 10 chains, thunee aouth lu i halna, thence
-weal 10 chains, iheuce south io ehalus. thenee
weal 10 chains, tbence south 1" chains, theucu
weat lo chains, thence north 40 chains, thenee
east 4u chains to point of comiiiencemeut and
containing 100 acres, more or less
June 7, li��07 1 ROMAI Hknky Wil��oM.
William Ai.nf.z-o Mills, Agent
Nelson Land District. District of Weat Kmitenay
Take notice that I. John I-ang, of NeUon. B.C.,
occupation miliar intend to apply lor p"riftis-
alon to purchase the following ateCflbod lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the N. K. of
Lot HUy2. theuee east 'Al chains, thcucc couth 'JO
chaltiB, tbence west Jo chains, thcucc north Al
cbalna to point of commem-euient, coutainlug 40
acres, more or less.
August 2nd,  ]���>���.. John LaMQt
Notice Is hereby given tbat 60 days alter date. 1
ietend to apply to tbe Hon. Chi* I Commissioner
ol I.anils -and Works for permission to purchase
tho following described land iu West Kootenay
district, on west ar. m- of liower Arrow Lake,
adjoining Lot No. 4<#��. ou thesouth : 1-icginntrig
at a post marked "Marry MclA'od's N.K comer
post and planted on the shore of Lower Arrow
Lake, at lhe southeast corner of Capt Poalnnd'i
14948, tbence west 20 chains, thence south A)
chains moro or less io the norlh boundary of H.
Fullmorc's I*. H , thence BQ chains eaal along ihe
laid boundary to lake, thenco north along the
ake shore 20 chains, more  or  less  to potut of
May 2nd, 1907.
Nelson Land Dlatrlet    District ot West Kootenay
Take notice that Moore, Kenplc .t Co., of'iar
land, Penn., occupation   lumbermen,  Intend to
apply lor a spuria)   timber  licence  over the  following described lands:   Commencing atapost
planted no Mosquito ereek, --ii   the  west side ol
Arrow lak<*, and atiout one hslf mile west, of the
southwest corner of tlm tier limit No.4M"i7, thence
south HO chains,  thence wont HO chains,  thence
north no chsins, theme east 80 chains to point of
commencement, and  containing f40 acres, moro
or less-
Dated Uth July, 1901.     Mo..us,, K gi-i--i.it a Co.
JoilK It* t *i.aiNi, Agent,
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay.
Tako notice that tieorge Alexander, ot Kaslo,
B 0.| intends to apply for a special timber
licence over the following described lauds:
Commencing nt a post planted at the northwest
corner of Section 12, iowuship7, Kootenay district, being about oue-thlrd of a mile south of
the south boundary Hue o( the Indian reserve;
theuee south about ;15 chains to the easterly
bauk of Kooteuay river; thence southeasterly
along Kootenay river bank about 60 chains to
the south boundary of Hectlon 12, Township 7;
thence easterly about 60 chains to the uorthweBl
cornerof Lot tbl; thence north 80 chains along
the west boundary of Lot 812; thence west 80
chains to the point of commencement, and con-
tinning 840 acres, more or less.
Dated Julv 4. 1907. (igogflg Ai.aXA.MDBa.
Nelson land District.   District of West Kootenay.
lake notice that Kvan McClelland Fraser, of
Fernle, 1*. C, clerk, lutends toapply for a Ipaolal
licence   over   the   following    described   lauds:
Commencing nt a post plauted about seven
miles west of lhe Koolenay river, aud about one
mile nor'h of the International boundary line,
Hmi about oue ami unjiarter north easterly from
the north-east corner of timber licence No. BOW,
ttience south 80 chains, thence west ��0 ehalus,
ttience north hi) chains, thence east 80 chains lo
polut of commencement, and containing Mn
acres, more or less.
Located 12lh, of June, 1907.
Dried this Hth Of July, 1907.
Take notice that C. 0. Clark, ot Nelson, B. C,
saloon keeper, intends to apply for a special timber licence over the following described laud:
Commenoina at a post planted un Mornliig
Mountain, about one mile west of Bmelter DteWE,
Hiid adjoining C. C Clark's location for timber
licence No 1, and about ono mile aouth of Nelson, thence west 80 chaina, thence south R0
ciialns, tbence cast R0 chains, theucu norlb 80
chains to place of beginning.
Dated July l��th, 19u7. C. C. Clark,
Davio Booth, Agent.
Nulson l.iui'i District. District ol West Kootenay
Take notice th"! Frank Flanagan, A H Klder,
and K. W. Hmlth, of Hpokane, Wash., occupation
ranchers, intend to apply for a special timber
licence over the following described lands:
Commencing al a post planted at lhe southeast
corner, about six miles from the Kootenay river,
on tbe west side, theuee north 80 chains, thenco
weat HO chains, tbeuee iouth HOchalns, them-e
east HO chains to point of commencement, aud
containing MO acres, more or 1MB,
Dated July 18tb, Ml. FftANg Fi.anaoah,
A H. Kbiiaa,
K. W. Hmith, Ag.-nt for Applicants.
Nel-oii Land Diatrict    histrict ol West Kootenay
Take notice thnt  Frank Flanagan, A   H  KJdnr
and K. W.  Hmith, Hpoknnc,   Wash., occupation
ranoban, intend tti apply tor a special (lmbet
licence over the following described lamla-
Cotntm iieing at a post pbinted one mile north
Hiid one mile east oI post NoJ, which iwist la
about h\x mllea from the Koofrfnav river, on tht
weat aide, thence north BO ciialnn, "thelice west Bo
ehnins, thencu sou tn ito chains, thence can ho
chains to point of commencement, ann oontaln<
luu till) acrea, more or less.
Dated July 13th, 1W07. FRANK FLa-aoam
A. 9   Kl.nia'
K. W. Hmith, Agent (or Appiio-mu.
J. D. Moort,
Agent for Harry M ��� I . ...i.
Nelson I-and Diatrict. Dlstrictof West Kooteuay.
late notice t ban ieorge Kulus Carter ol rdrdar,
occupation, brldgeman, intends toapply for permission to purchase iho following diaerlbed
land : Comment-lug at post planted at the northwest corner of   B. Ross" application  to pun-tiaae
marked   h. w., tbence uorth 80 chaina, thanoo
east 40 challia, thunce south 30 chains lo A.
< urry's pre-emption, thence west 30 ehalna.
theme south 90 chains, thence west At chaina to
place of commencement coiilaiiiiiiK ISO acres
more or less.
Hated July 12, 1807. Ogogo* Kens (Amen,
W.J. Htvrr, Agent.
Nelson Lund District. Diatrict of Weat KootennyJ
Take tullue that tieorge Hturm, of Hlllingn,
Montana, U H. A., occupation, merchant, intends to apply for permlsaion to purchaae the
lollowlng described laml: Commencing at a
poat planted on the west shore of I'pper Whataiian (Cariboo) lake, ami at tbe north neat rorner
Of U>tSIM, thence wesl rti ehatna, thence aouth
40 ehalna, thenco east SO chaina, tlience north 40
���hains to point of commeuceineut, and coiunln-
rtay *^��th, 1WJ7.
QlOBOa HTliltM.
Nelaon Land District.   Diatrict of West Kootenav.
Take notice tbat  Walter   McNeil, ,.f Killings
Montana, u.B, a , occupation merchant, lntenda
toapply for permission to purchase the following described land: Commencing ,,i a poat plant
ad on lhe west shore of Upper Whataiian (Cariboo)
lake, and at the norlhwest corner ()f Lot SUM.
thenco west V0 chains, thenre nortli HO chattm,
tlience east 20 chains, them a loath BO chaina to
point   of   commencement,   anil   containing   ��5
cres, more or less.
May 29th, 1007.
Wai.tkk HO
I, the undersigned, alter 60 dan intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief Coininla-Hiomr of Lands
and Works to purchase the following descrilied
land: CommencinK Rt the N.K. c, ol Lot 7.'.:i'j
d. I., thenea weat 40 chains, thenco north BO
chains, thenc�� east in chains, ihenee south 20
chains to point of commencement, containing HO
acres more Oi lei
located March 3Btb, l'J07.
W. A. Mli-i.S.
Notlee In hereby given that 60 days after date I
of l*nds and Works for permission to purchase
the following dearribed tract of land, situate in
West Koolenay district: Commencing atapost
Hutiimlt creek,  marked Margaret Mcl.auchhin'N
N. K. rorner thence soutb to. I  thetiee west
wiahalni, Ihonrr. north 40 i-bitlna. tbence eant Ho
.".'".V." pla'''' "I'^iiinieiHeiiieut.
'Jilrd May, IW/J. MahftAitKT Mt I.aih hi.ah,
W|[,|,UM   liAIlHOUH, AgOIlt.
Nelson Land DlfctrlOt District of W��8t Kootenay
uJ��kJlnotlOi that Kdward I'elersof Vmlr, nnt-
18b DolnmhU, occupation, miner, inteuda to nn
Ply lor permlsHton to pnrehuse the following
(leacrlbad land: Commencing at u post planted
OU the north bank of Loat ereek, about lltreo
milosftMterly from the Junction of Loit creek
and Halmon river, In thu Nelson land district,
tieiKo north 6o chains, thence west fW chains
thence south hu chains, more or lew, to Lost
creek, thenco oaat lollowlng laid creek to point
oi oommonoament- and containing 4so aortSi
moro or less '
Dated June 6th, 1807. Howard I-aiana,
thenco north 40 chsim, SSL
.hence aoutb 40 chalm  B
halna to  point ot commcnceBMt. uj
loiitalning no acrea, more or less.
JuuaT. 1*/J AkTHtrBALtj ttrtaMtM.
      WIU4AJI AUiMao Mills, Ipmx
Taac   notice tliat I. William K.   JarvU   -���>-
to apid) (or pemiiaslon to purchaae ihe IS
ing described lauds*.    Comaaentfng ai7m
planted at the h. K corner oi Lot uu Stuat
d   uortheact    coiner,   tbence   pma ��, ,_   ,
theme  south  40   chalOB, iheuce cast io tkitv
them,    north 40 cbains to  point of ron*a��2
in. nt   an.l oontelntng 180 acres more or \*m
June 7. 1*907, William BaawAiaiTS.
W u : i4M a:���v, milu, Agent
Nollec In hereby glrett that Biit>(lkfitfuiak
1 intend toapply lo the Hon. Chief CotiBltoa
of Ijtnds and Works for pcrulsslun u> t 7^
tbe following described tract of land usiwi
Weat Kootenay district: Cuuiusuciai um
planletl about one half mile north froa brtai
Summit creek, marked Jean usineroD-iSI
corner, theuee east 40 chaina. thenr* uwa��
chains, thence west 40 chains, ���... 0 , ,. .,, ���
chains to place ol commence ment
23rd May, 11107 Jbaji finw
William Hakhoia itri
Nelson Land DUtrlct. District of We*ttoeW
Take notice that Frank Mol>onal<l. otAma,
Hritlsh Columbia, occupation miner, ",>:'ia
apply for |>*rmlsslou lo purchase ths locate
descrilxHl lauds: Commencing at s poat jw3
on ttie north bank of 1 ��������t creek ana i*- -;m
mite easterly from tbe Junction of Um pm
aud Salmon river. In tbe Nelson Isn.l dutria
tbence north 60 chains, tbeuee east hi Tbtlm
ttience Boutit 60 chains, tbence weat '��� -: i:r.
point of ' ���utiiai tii-emeiit, and can lain: if ���
acres, more or leas.
Dated June 6th. 1907. Fbaix McOcv^u
Hlxty days after date I intend to��w��ai
Hon. Chief Commissioner uf I an it ���*.:,' v-n ���
Victoria, B.C.. to purchaae tbe folbsug 0
scrtt>ed land, aituated tn the West K,. . -.v',��
trlct: Commeueiug at a post ^sntal oita
west aide of Kootenay lake, near RklMNBl
point, sud marked J. McKlnnoD'i 8 Itttat
post, thence west 80 rhaiaa. thents wrtl t
chains, thence cast 80 rbalBB more or lt����ktf
shore, them-e aloug lake abora to polBUaa-
Daled April 4, 1907, Signed J Mtltaa.    '
Nelaor. 1-and District.   District of West looKM).
Take notice that Kdward Fraser, o! MM
Montana,   V. S A. occupatioD wool baj��. a
'-���ndB to apply   for permission  to pur*'
o apply for permli
following described laud
post planted on the ***** ��:. >re of Cpper 'Hi
slian (CarltKM)) lake, ai I st - aittnhcu*'��������
of l^it HI3*J, ttience we-: JU ei'*ini. th*in<��'*��
80cnalna, thence eaat-����� - h*.i..a. UweeiMia
chaiUN, thence eait 40 chalUB, more er l��a.-i��
westahnre of I'pper Whatsban (tsrlbo*)-*
thenoe uorttierly ami westerly alone torn
shore 80 ciialns, more or leas, u> point w*
meucemeut, and containing TJOarna. bmk
May wth. 1907. idviu fuaa^
Hlxtj dava after date 1 tuienfl m ���^���-if" I
Hon Chief Commlulouer of Laadlta**** 1
for permission to purchase the folwsli|a T
scribed laud in Weat Kootensy aiatrin ��� 1
inencing ��t a post marked A C. h'inorU"* |
mrnei p<iat, running 40 chaina eaiterlf J
the boundary of Timber licence No. M��.* .
southerly R0 chains, ibence wetiet,j * '-J* |
theniv northerly 5e chains alnng the I r�� I
track to the place of eommonoameat,eotaa^ |
two hundrecf acrea, more or leu.
Notice ia bcrwby given that 60 dsyi sttM***1
Intend toapply to the Honorable tha I Dim���
mlssloner of Lands and Works tot P"w��
to purchase the followlug described l*al "'-*,
in Weat Kootenar dlitrlct: Cotntmn ^l'''
poet plant, d at the west boundaryaCM��"H
and about 10 chains south of thesouth atmwa
of the rlght-of way of the H.^Ww���*!
way, and marked P. A l"s ��oiiih(i*"5
theneo west HO chains, theme north to OAiaw i
boundary ol the right-of way ol B.C JhWI
railway, thence following said Knind��ry**��r I
right of-wny in an v-asterly dlrecllnti *���JZ I
i, nort* I
boundary of Let :w>2 cl, then
Dated this Mth day of .lone, 1907
Aihicbt r*?**�����
. nK'iit, containing 100 scrrt.'
f Jn'i
Notice la hereby given tbat sUty 'JWttf I
date I intend to ��,.ply io :he ����.iierst.�� a
Commissioner of Cauda and Workiif" f���^ |
alon to purchaae the following daMflBQ��r
bind, situated in Wesl Kootsnsy MM"f*
menelng ai a im.bi planted ��n ""^"l, 0gt I
about one-half mile northweat Irom f"r'* bl�� I
ed J. H. Mel/s N   K. rorner..tbenee *jj "^ I
i utii*1!
���������' '2.1
mil "* I
then.*.*  aouth  *��) chnlna. tln-n.*'
thanea nortb *' onaina to i>i*rt-
IWr.l M.y. 1W0-7.
WlUUB HuNll*,.*!"1;	
Ink.*  uollct.  lhat   llnrrjr Vil<"n���' "miim
II   .., rnn.hfr. Hllin.la lo "I'l'1'   'T u��l��
to   l,iiri*l,n...   tin. lollowlliK ���li*a<*rll**> ��*
W.*-| li....I,-liny .llalilrl. t ..tlsitniw"?,
i * nn in. o* I ni; ��l n tH.Bt pISIil.'.i an bu-^* I
nolllh.-n.l for "rr ol lx,l all Hi "   "ml,, Ml
r.*'l ninl ..lithly live (in***"!. >"""\" ' ,,i>r����l
.llstru-t, ihouro sonlh Iwenllj�����)��" ,',�����!
went one liuntlroil ninl alily (If'1) '���''*"';, ������!> I
north twenty (-20) ohalni, 'I'',*"?''* .,,t<*|-<*l
r.*.l nn.l alxty (160) chnlna lo 'f,JS! a/A**
ini.��i*vint.|it anil oonlalnlna I"" *""'
llntc.l tho Uth itny Ol Msy. WH^ B*,uiil��.|
I W.alKoPl"1'!
Nalaon Und Dlatrtot Dlrtrloi orww    ^lt.w
Take notlre thnt Paul Allan"'.''"Jl, lo1'* I
ohonar, II. C .  ocrupallnli Inn >'��� ��",h, *^J
to appl, lor pormmnlim to I"1',"".,,, ,1'ffl
|.lm.l...l oil tho west I'OUU.'Of) "' lK,���nllj
and BbwtlOohalni woihoitMJoJ' ,.1)lll,i��
ol tha rlahl-ol-wnv 01 th' Ki", l"|W��*
nm.ll,"rn U��llway,.n,l ����^&a\el �����
aaat oornar," thanoa >��.*���' '"'.v1'. ,i,i.i-��.*,,
oonh 10 Ho. aonth lioiiiii "f)' ' f'���'���" li,��
ol the Hrlllsh ,1��l"'lll,lr,,^;"l..l.l'|l''!l
then,.,* fnllowlllK ����"   bo"?A-lK thi -a"1 '".I
111 i
easterly .lire. Hon ffi'W I
-rsi.fi.I. ih.*1":" .""."olsi-rei,1"'' I
ary ol lnl No. WU-fll.  Ujanjo """����� arral. ���
."inmelieclaent. ami eonlalnlin
"ri!ut.";i thli uth day ol JnlJ '�������� r^ciJ*,
-���rnririer *!'* P
���at.lr.l May Jvul.
'���A'.-al 1 " ll0P'��'jjjijl(
���13�� I The Daily Canadian
Who Want a Good Arcticlc Will Buy
|The BACON We Sell
It Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured aud  Smoked.    Our  Harris   Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   I'ure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
NELSON, 13. C-
.���iiv    .oven    that 00 day*
Emm* al Land anfl Worka, (or a metal
i " ''. i an��l carry timber from the foilow-
K.wrih.'illsii-l...  b-.'mated   on   tbe aoutb. um
Pf ! V .     .,-, m.T   in lhe   dUtrlot ol Weal
���flentr   Ci-iium-ii- lnB at a pml DloAoA aboqt
,11   -Vw.itol Una.- I>*a( inek marked "K- M.
I   ., u.riiiwi-M  oorner." ibence no <-baiua
h  thtLn chalm eaat, ihenrewi chain*
Ertb. thenee W ehalna weal tn placo ui com-
|B��5Sm tha nib day ol June, 1W7.
KM. Uekvk-s, lafx-alor.
��� So i Xotlot Ii herebj H-��W that *�� -days
I:, dat, | intend io ippli ta (hi OkW Ootoo*
Klionei, ol Landi and  Worka, lor a fP*M��l
mSito cot and earri  ttmlwr (mm tbe foilow-
��� ilBM-ribeil   I mid"  aunat.Hl on   the   Boutin ����t
LoTSJ toiaoB riw. U lhe dUtrtolol Weel
inttmv Commencing at a pi��t pliwed ahout
TVardVirmt ol Horn Uaat creek, marked "it M.
L'^*s  \���   i wuthweat    ^'o^ll�����^,,'    tb'*tM'.-   BO
Cliui m.rth. ihenoe* ebelni eaat. Ihenoe SO
Sun. iouth, ttaauei H ehalna weat to place ul
iLot-aUsi on the 10ih day of June, 1KB.
K. M. Kbk\ an, Ux-ator.
i Un.l Dlitrlct. Dlatrlet of Weal Kootenay
doUm that Jam* Keetb.ni BMfcene,
oocauatlon, tinner, lntendi to apply for a
i timUr Llcenoeorer the following dr
I landi   Commenclni ata pom ��u>ut i;t
.rtii   ! ii.' ceriU-r of tba nortb ahore Hue ol
ary Lake and at ihe aootbaaat corner ol
:   i-lmlt   N<>     HATii,   and    marked   Jamea
a - u Cornafpoat. thenee porthjp ehalttat
��� ran ho chain*, thenoa ���ootfa w ohalna,
...-��� -   balm to  i-dni  of commend--
th ! contalafng MO acres, mora or leaa-
so im Jax��. Kkbhi.
L�� l*n.t I'Uirhi. Dlatrlet of Weit Kootenay
nolle*   that Jameit   Kc-eth, of   Hpokane,
... , o.i-upall.'Ti mim r. intend" to   apply lor a
vial tlml'-r ..-*> rer    tba   following   dc-
htiedliii'l*' ���" .'inm-ti.mn at a pout planu-d M
iininurili ot thi a r id the nortb ntum- Iin.-
���Boiimiftry Utr m** n ibe northeast corner
Wmlmr ilinll Ho U.4, Ihenee   W9Mt 80  cbalna,
���ocanorth u ehalni thence eaat no rhaln*.
Kui-�� mutti ���*' chaini lo jx.iui of eonawMa
Ju: tn) .(ititaiuina MO acrea, moru or leaa.
���Uy n, im, mo - Ion,
litfe la Vr.! v itUcn that thirty ilaya afler
el Inteud lii-tr-jil) to Hie Hon. tbe Chief turn-
ui.iiier ol Un *.. and Worka for a apeeial u-
l t sti'l  i-arrr   away   timber lroin the
'-wtuit described   lands   in   Wni  Kootenay
lit: ' .:i:i;.-h i:ia at a |��.iil planted on the
hth hank ul leo Mile croak, about oue mile
'I a half (rumi-tioean lake, marked 11. H Pitta'
*������' turner   |>oat.   theiue   eaat 180 chain**,
- i.iutii in ebalns, ihanee went iw chain*,
I north *) Ohalni   to   plac I commence-
ft;. :���,!:... it. day of Juue. 1907.
II. 11  firra, Ix>cator,
A. W, HTtraas. Agent-
fiDUnl Matrtet   DUtrUM ot W��l Kootenay
Ug notice  that   William   Andrew   Kuan,   ol
Wji B '   ������> '��� I keeper. Intend! to apply for
��t'\A\ ixmU't live urn- over tlie   following   d en-
bed UDdi;
1    '''tiinii-ii'-tiig  at  a   pott planted about
itlt'i wen i.f the  Koounay   river,  on   QDm
f��, in the Dutrtcl ol We*.t Kootena*. and
At tUmt rli mlln-t nortli of the liiieruattotial
���ndtry Hue, aii'l about two nillea  wn>vt of tlm-
at llceaes Ko  G64&   thenee  aoutb *t ahalna,
���tun-.t.t ni ii.aina,   thenre  norlh HO chaina.
���ni*e wt'it KUrhalnR lo point ol coinmellcemeul
fl cniitamliiK f'��" a. r--��. more or 1cm.
pM-sted Uth June, n*r,.
-    liitninn-iirliiK   at   a pout   planted at thu
pbweitcoroer of t\ iUiini a Hon-.' s.��. | olalm,
���pcewnitti ni chaina, tbence weit SO chat tin,
JM north mi chaina,   thence eait  ��> rhaina,
���oe hiini ,,(,,,]���,���, ;���,.,,,,���(    mu,i  containing
���Ji'Ti'i, more or if**
Wfcted 1Mb June. 1907.
���V-'Miinnitm inn   at a pom   planted   about
illttWNl   o|   (he   nortbeaat   corner ol Wll-
���*��������� v.. 3 lUlm, thenoa nouth ho  cbalna,
�� I Nl ohalna, thenoa north ho chainn.
1 liHinn to the point of commence
PWUdoontalntni mo aorea, moru or lean.
w��U-di:.tli June. 1907.
l0n��,',i.(l,InNlt',1,lnlt *l *> �� I***1 plante*! at
l������J*Wt0Oroei ol WUltan A. Koaa' So. A
t���;V!|,f   norlh   **" ,,'����lh��.  tbence  went HO
kiiiat .?'"' *"",tl1 h,t 'ham-, thenoa Mat no
fcfvLi l"'lllt "'   ' "tuuiencemeut,   contain-
f MU-u-re* mnr�� or leaa.
'"hi��.(,umm,!"<'1,lK   ���t  hpOtl   planted at tho
EiT-n . ,'t"11""' thence went H0 clialn--,
t mi tu I lhl*lnh' tbence eaat HO chaina to
p- ti1,,rrV,r'hIllll''u',''II,'U1, *"'1 c��nt*Inlni MO
'��� -'��'ii:,ih Iuirmdot.
J'ij*:111''11' northeaet oorner ol wn
i.... .  *.*"��� ',',1��ti". thence nou ib HO chat nn.
ISSigMMna,   Iheuce   north   Ho  clmin.-..
ti,,i,'7.      Ul" '" ,l'c point of commence-
lHat��  i ,'    i    Ull,: rv4<11"'"'-". ">����re or leas,
���""���led l.itli .Im,,,, j<xn,
ivii-*.,','"""""".".*# Rl R P-1"1 pl'intcd at the
���SaMithia?, k riatft? A-1���11��o.k0��lm.
KnnthS \UVUn'   ,,"-'"��'��   ��'Hnt   Mi ciialnn,
���iu oi , , ,; ,1HlI,H* l'"-'""'��' weal BDphalni to
Rmoworlaaa?*m*<l     *��     '���",,u1ii1"k ��lltl
,M*h*dl.'Ul, Jitm-.liKn
WiuilSffihMWaa1 !*��J"! P*9h%M6 abonl
h rtSMS'    Ihvtaat comer ol   Wll-
��oi itulm ,ifi,;l"1,n-'i" nee north B0 ohalna,
r'"na*liui..i.   i      . ���   l\ivlu'i'  nouth Mt  chains.
i.iiuleiiiiL.    'H   ��.""' lM,lllt ,,f fiimmouco-
IUini^SS%! -92! I>(,", !�������������� �����'����"����
K? n   V .   . 1,,rH���1 ��������� ��' William
���^wattBDehSina1 . '""'''' M,lini h,t ,-llMl>"'.
>��5tff-��Sul  ""u-*.   north   BO  chHtnn,
o lu
f> mil
.. it
C"        "MlRr,,Hl  P\MhtM4i  about
ou-TJo    ,  "'  ,m"'"'HM -ornciolWil.
���'"M mi "hi , ""Vi Uu'ni��' ,,*,,,lll W) ''halna,
Ll'^l*ll��   ^,,   T,,,,,',,mrUl   Hond.Hlna,
IWaled 1 .th I ini,.  ^'-i'1 H,'rt'H' """���" ��r 1MB.
rJ'nil'- wciVnVtn'o r',Kr?.1 * p��"' DlmitfMl aboul
I"'*""' No. ����L���,nnof^����toon��erolWlUUin
���hOBMlt Htl e| ��� ,,J   V.1"11"'   norih   HO  chalua,
KpYMt-fteSait 1 i,.   V'1"'1'    th   m <'��i��ins,
iL^^a^nffi&^'P^W foin'iH-nce-
|J��*t��l Sth yan!ruOT,*w&' moto or l0,i-
���Jjutnu i
I.    l!: th   m   ���! '"a"1 Whh-W about
EU,U   ���>   k'kL' nV,    j1'   "orlhwct   comer   Of
fe '"��� tl1"'"" ftut m    l|i "Mltcncc north Mi
CIS"'11"*  ��','*., i,,"1',"".1' "" ** l1"1*1'1 H
K?'. IU�� ,.��;,:���"!, " 'allia,   ll���*ll<*.. soul 1,  HII
I111'* III
Willum Anphkw Uoea,
Notlet' |n ticreby given that thirty dayi after
dale I intend lo apply to tbe Honorable
Chlel Commlaaloner ol i.��i. .* and Worki ai
Victoria B. i ., for a kjieclal liceuae to cut and
i arr\ away timber (rem the following deNSrlbed
l*ndj In *<N c-tl Kootenav iliKtrii-i; idmnienclng
at a poal planletl on tfie met bunk nl Hni'-lter
orau, about oik- mil.'mmtli of the <lty of Nclnon,
theue�� aoutb Ho . imlitn, thcucc went HO chain*.
thenoa u-.m, -o . i,..iii-, tbenee eaat HO cbaini to
|iln*v ..I commencement.
Hated nil.- iiiii day of June, I'un.
i'. < . t'l.AHK, ljocator.
li. It'oTM. Agent.
'luke not). ��� thnt Hetiery John John-ami, I'ont-
in ante r oi Kcrnic.lt. 0., jnlcndn lo apply fora
ipocta) tlinbfr liceuce over tiie following deacrlbcd laudn:
Wft. 1. OnmiliaimllH at a poit planted in tho
Hlntrtcl el W.Kt KiHotcuay.alioiiiiwo mllea north
of tbe international boundary line and about
one inlh- went td Moiiu0ar> lake adjoining and
between Ueeuaa Mo ho-u and n*9, thence nouth
ho ehntne, thenea went hi ohalna, thenre north so
thelice eaat mj rhaina to place o( commencement.
Duted June 3, lyuT.        If.  '. JoummjN, I����'alor.
ANU. IlAcKltTT, Ageut.
Ifpi 1 Oomiaeimtni at a poit planted about
one mile north ol the northweat corner ol II. J.
Jobnnon'H So. 1 timber claim, thence aouth H0
chain*, thenee cant HO chaiui, tlience uor tti HO
chalm. tlo-nce went HO chami to place of commencement
1'nt, .1 Jnne :i, itftrr.      II. J. Johnioh, UMntor.
Awn. llaiarrr. Agent.
No 3.���Commencing at a poit planted at the
northweat corner of II. J. Johnson*! No. 2 tiinl>er
claim, tbenee nouth Hu ctinlni, thence west 80
chaiui, thetiee north Ml ciialns, tneuce eait B0
chaini to place o{ commencement.
l'ated June 3, 1B07.        11. J    ������ *i *������*��������� S. !.*.*��� ator.
AMD. n v. k i i .. Agent.
No 4. -t'orninrnrlug at a pont planted at the
nortbeant corner ol H J. Jolinton'i No. 8 timber
< laiiu, tio-t.. .- north HO chain*, thenet) weit 80
. liHin-, theneo aouth HO ohalni, thenre eaat B0
ciialnn tO place Ol cotumenceniyiit.
l��;itcd June a, l\*>~.        H. J. Johnhon. I-.. ator.
And. Hackktt. Agent.
No. ft.���-Commencing at a pom planted at the
northwent cormrOl H J Johnaon'a No 2 timber
claim, theuee north mi chainn. tbeiicv eaat HO
chain* Ibem-e aoulh *J chaina, thenre went HO
chainn to plac** of cominencx-ment
Dated June 3, ;.**���. H. J   JoHrfnoM, locator.
And. Hackktt, Ageut
No. 6 ���Commencing at a poet planted aboat
nnu mile north of tbe northwent corner ol H. J
Johnion'i No. 6 tlmtier claim thence aouth HO
chainn,   then-ire   eant MJ chainn,   thence   north BO
ahalna, thenoa waat ho chalua to place of com-
I'at'   1 June ��, I'.a'T. H.J   JOHNRON, |jH-atnr.
Amii. Hackktt, Agent.
No. 7. ��� Commencing at a mint planted at tbe
northwent ���������*-*.��� -i of IT. J. Jonn-ton'i No. 0 timber
claim, thence iouth Ho chaina. thenee weit HO
chaina, thence noith tw chaiui, tbence eait B0
chainn to place of commencement.
hated .'.'*.-       ':���**' H. J. Johnion. UK-ator.
AND.  llAtKKTl, Agent
No B ���Commencing at a poit planted at the
io'U.. : -*. corner ot 1C J Jobuioirn No. 7 timber
claim, thenoa uorlh hu cbaini, thence wait 80
chalm, ttience nouth HO ebalua, thence eaat Ho
.'���>*������- to plac ot commencement.
Hau-1 June :i. 1WT.       H. J. Jumnhon. Locator.
Awn. SaOKSTT, Agent-
Ko. t OUUllliaiHlllll at a post planted at the
northweat corner of It. J Johnao'.i'n No 0 timber
claim, thenoa north Mi chalm, Iheuce eant 80
chain**, thence m.utli hi chaina, thence weit BO
chainn to point of commencement.
Hated June t, tool II. J   Johnhos, Ua-ator.
No   b.-I'ommelicitiK  at a poit planted at the
northweat oorner ol umber Qeenoa mit-i, thenoa
uorth mi ahalu*. thcucc eant HU chaini, Iheuce
aoulh *��'������ *..!.-. thenoa weat Bo chalua to place
of commencement*
Dated June 3, 1W7.       H- J- Johnioh. locator.
Alto. Hackett. Agent.
Nelaon I���nd Dlitrlct.   Dlitrlct of Weit Kootenay
Take notice, that -1>b\ id   Henry Telford," 8ai*
katmm, Haak., occupation lumberman, inlcndn
to apply for a njr-ecial timber licence over tbe foi
lowing deacrlhcd lands:
No 1 Commencing ata poat planted about 8
chaini north ol the northweat oorner of Timber
Limit HM4. went branch or Little Hlocan river,
Went Kootenay, thence went Hu chainn, thT-nec
..outb Mt cha.im, thenoa eant 80 chains, thence
north -i cIihIus to point of commencement aud
eonlalnlng 610 acren. more or lesn
Dated July ttth, U01     Daviu Hknhy TSLIOBS.
No. 2 Oonunanotng a pont punted on the aaat
bauk ol Concar oreek.nnd on the north boundary of timber limit M41, went branch of Little
Blooan   river, theiue  north   It'iO cbiiliin,  thence
aaateOohalna,thenoa nntn iw> chain*-, thenoa
weat 40 dial un to place ol commencement, and
containing MO acren, int.re or leap.
Dated Julv Hub, 1907. luvin Hknrv T ki.kord.
No a. Commencing at a pont planted on bank
of tliiM-de creek, about 'A) chainn aouth of the
���outh iM.undary of timber limit8117. weat branch
of   Little   Hlocan   river,   thence   went  M)   ciialni,
thenea iouth mi Ohalna, thenoa cant mi chaini,
thenoa north Mi chalim lo the point of com-
liicncciucnt and containing MO acren, moro or
leu. ^
Dated July llth, WW.   DavitI IlKNRY Tai.FoRD.
No 4. Commencing at a Mat planted about 8
chaluicant from cant bank of Kunnlu creek, and
on the Weet boundary of limit a, thonee well HO
chalim. tbence aoulh 80 chalm, thenoa eant Mi
chains, theuco north HO chalim to point of commencement, and containing 540 acren, moro or
'"*-- n
Dated July Utb, HOT,  Daviu Hknrv Tai.roRD.
No. Li. Commencing at a poal planted about
60 chaina   went   of  Homo Creek    and   about   nix
mllea from Ita month at Blooan Klver. laid poat
in about lu chainn weit from D II Telford i Umber application No. 11, thence cant 10 diainn to
iitnlK-r   applloatlon    No.    11.   theuco    north   UO
dmiiiH, thenoa weat 40 chnlna, thence wrath UO
ohalna, to polnl ol commencement! ami contain
lug fitO ucrea, ttioio or leu
Elated July 17th, IW}. luvin Hknrv Iblkoiiu.
No. 14. Oommaholng at a poal planted at the
���outh weal cornerof No. U, thenre weat 40 ohalna,
thenoe north 100 ohaloa, Lhanoa cunt 40 chaini,
thenoi nouth 180 phaftu to point ol oommonca-
ment. and oontalnlnroH aorei, more or leaa
Dated July 17th, WI   Daviu IIknky  I Kt.mRn.
A. Milton, Agent.
Nolnon -Land DlltrlOt. DlJtrlOt Ol.WWt Kooteuay
' Take   notlco lliilf   J. R. F. Htewarl,   o|   Collilig-
wooi, Ont. ocoupatlon lumberman, lntonda to
upplv for a i.teehil timber   li u'tieo over   tho   lol
low tiie dead ihc.i landa: Commencing at a poit
planted on a imall itream aoout one mile smith
ot Columbia Rirer near llio bead watonof ttran-
ile Creek, murKed J. U. V. Hlcwart'i N. K. Angle
pott, thenc north 4H ehnliin, thence west 40
ohalni thence iouth80chaini, thence went io
��� dialtiH, th.-nco nouth  48 chaini. thonce  cunt  Hu
ohalna, tbanoe north w ohalnk. thenee weitw
chainn to puce of comincncenient, containing
tipl auro**, more or lonn.
July Srd, WI. JaMM R. F. HrawiRT.
Neiion Laud Dlitrlct.  Dlitrlct of Wont Kootenay
""iikc notice that J. R. F. Htcwart, of Colllu-g-
wood, Out., occupation lumhpriniin, luteiidH to
apply fora apeclal timber Unenoa over the (ol-
lowing dcicrlbcd Inn.In;   Commencing at a Mai
planted on the nouth ildeoi aimaJJ oreak: ��w
trail ol tha Mountain Men flow mine, about so
ohalna eaal oi Orantta    reck  marked J. m. v,
Btowart'l N. K  angle innt, thcucc eait BO chaini,
thenoe houiii vo chiuni, iiiouei
thence aoulh W clmlni, thenoi
tbence   norih  7ft chaini, thenc
thoncoiouih 80 nhalaa to plaoe oi
ment Oontalnlnj 840 acrea mare or [>
July -:ith, liKn.
eit ���-'" cbalm,
'Ht mi chalm,
nt M)  chainn,
Jamkh R  F. BkkWABT,
Major  Baden-Powell   Dlacuaaea.   Britiah
Proyreaa���French Jokea on
Prernier'a Aacent.
London, Aug. 16.���"If a war were to
occur In Lhe near future between Britain and another power tthould we be
found wanting, and, consequently han-
'li'*uiMH-d. in the matter of airships ?"
Such was the question put to Major H.
V. 8. Haden-Powell, the well known
aeronaut, yesterday.
' IVance," Bald Major Hadcn-Powell.
"has niadtf Kreat headway; Germany
has now shot suddenly forward; but
Bngtaad will not be left behind. The
authorities are keeping their eyes open
to all new developments, and though
I would not divulge any Information
of a technical character, I think I may
state that experiments have been attended with good  results."
Major linden-Powell, however, reluctantly admitted that the KngllBh experts had gained no practical exper-
perience. In their quarters at Alderahot
they luivc had plans and models tn abundance; but never once haa a military
airship ben Railed in Kngland. Prance
onthe other hand, already possesses two
which have proved guccesful, and it Is
stated that five more are in order. Prom
these the French army would receive
invaluable assistance in the event of
war. In England the lack of funds for
experiments is the great handicap.
"As to the utility of these for combative purposes, however," continued Major Iladen-Powell, "I am rather dubious.
For scouting purposes they should
prove of Inestimable service in the
procuring Information as to the
disposition of the enemy's force. But
the limited amount of ammunition
which they can carry will render them
almost useless as war machines. Dropping a chance bomb into a fort will do
Taka noti.-c that John Roaa, of Fernle, B C,
hotel-keeper, lntcmlR to apply lor a ipeclal tlm-
!"-r llcem-e over the following deacrlbod landi:
. < ���-.uimencinjt ata poat planted in the Dlalrlctof Weit KooteuaT. Nel��on Mining Plvlilon,
on the north fork of tne Honth fork of boatcreek,
about five mllea up creek from where two forki
meet and about ilx mllea north of the International Boundary Line and about twenty-eight
tnllci weit of Kootenav River, tbence eaat SO
chainn, thence uorth 80 ehalni, thence weit 80
chaln!> tu bank of nald creek, thence down stream
to place of commencement.
J. Koas, Locator,
2. CotntneuctaR at a pout planted at the aouth-
weat corner of '. Koai'a No. 1 location, tbenoe
weit 80 chalm, thenoe nortb 80 chains, thence
east Hi chalm more ur leas to bank of aald creek,
theuee down itream to place of commencement.
J. Roaa, Locator.
3. Commencing at a poll plauted ator near
the south weat corner ol J. Koh'i No 1 location,
ttience weit 80 chalua, thence aoutb 80 cbalm,
I hence east 80 chaina, more or leaa, to aald oreek,
thenee up nt ream to place of beginning.
JT Roaa. Locator.
4 Commenclag at a poll plantod at or near
the southwest coruer of J Rosa's No. l location,
theu'-e i-a-t 80 chains, thenoe aonth 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, more or leas, to bank of
frti'i creek, thence up stream to place of oom-
J. Roaa, Locator.
fi. Commencing at a post planted about two
miles south of the southwest corner of J. Ross a
Nn. 1 location, on the north fork of the south
fork nf Lost creek, aud about four miles up
itream, Irom where the two forks meet, theuee
eait 80 cbalm, thenc-.* north 80 chalm, theuee
west 80 clialn-, more or leaa, to bank of said
oreek, thence downstream to place of commencement.
J. Rosa, Locator.
8. Commencing at a poat planted at, or near,
the southwest corner of J. Rosa's No. & location,
ou Lost crev*. thence weat 80 chains, theuee
north 80 chains, theuee 80 chains east, more or
lens, to bank of said creek, thonce down stream
to place of commencement.
Located ��th June, 1IW7. J. Roea. Locator.
Claim No- I. ���
Nelson Land Dlitrlct. Dlitrlct of west Kootenay
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, H d occupation, carpenter, intends to
apply for a apeclal timber license over the following deicrlbed landi: Commencing at a poit
1.1��nt- -1 i" chains iouth of 8. K oorner of T, L. 7.-
i., tbence iouth 80 ohalni, theuco uait 80 chains'1
tbence uorth 80 chalm. thence west 80 chains te
-polut   of  commencement.
Inn ��� 28th, 1907.    Aktio it Lai-rbmcb RaiDlNa.
Claim No.*.
Nelaon Land Dlitrlct.   Dlitrlct of West Koo'enay
Take   notice  that  A.  L.  Reading,   of   A*roi
head, B C, occu*f>atlon, carpenter, Intends to ap
ply for a special timber licence over the foi
lowing   deicrlbed   lauds:      Commencing  at  a
ply   for  a  special  timber  licence  over  the  foi
Mug   deicrlbed   lauds:      Commencing  at  a
DOet planted 80  chains aoulh of   A.L.Reading's
jorner poat No- 1. thenoa south 8ochaim, thenco
cast 80 chains, thence north 80 chaina, thence
went 80 chains,   to point of  commencement.
Juue 28lb 1907.    AaOHUR l.-uintNis Rbadinu,
Claim No. 8. _ w
fteleon Land District.   Dlstrictof Weit Kootenay
Take notice thut A. L. Reading, of arrowhead, B C, occupation, carpenter, Intends to
apply for a special timber license over the lollowlng described lauds: Commencing at a poat
planted 60 chains south of N K. coruer or A. L
Reading's claim No. 1, thence south 180 chains,
thenco east 40 ohalns, theuee north KM) ohalns,
thcucc west 40 ohalns to point of commencement.
June 28th, 1907.    ARTHiK Latmnroa Kiadihu.
Claim No  4.
Nelaon Land Dlatrlet. District of Weit Kootenay
Take notice that A. L. Reading, ol Arrowhead, 11. C, occupation, carpenter, intends to
applv for a special timber liceuae over the following described landi: Commencing at a poat
planted 40 ohalna south of ft. K. corner of A. L.
Reading's claim No 8, thenco south 180 chains,
thonce oast 40 chains, thence north 160 chalm,
thcucc west 40 chains to point of commeneemeut.
June'a-.Mli. lain.   Aimira Hunawci Rainrifo.
Claim No. fi.
Nelson Land District. District of West Vootenay
Take notice that A L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B.C., ocoupatlon, carpenter, Intends to
applv lor a Kpceinl timber license over the following described lands: Commencing at apost
plantod 40chalm south of N. E, cornerof*. X.
Reading's cla'm No. 4, thonce south 160 cbalna.
thencu oast 40 cbains, thonce north 160ehaln%
thenco  west 40  chains to point of commence
Clatm-.No. 6.
Nelson I-and Dlitrlct.  District of West Kootenay
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B. O.i occupation, carpenter, Intends to
apply for ii special Umber license over the fol-
owlng deiorlbed lands: Commencing ata post
planted 40 chains south of N H Corner of A L
Heading's claim No. 8, thence south 180 chains,
thonce oust -to chaina, thence north itunohains,
thence weat 40 ehalna to point of commencement.
June .Nth, l'J07.   AHTitt'H Laurrkcr Re-umno.
Claim vo,7.
Nel <mi I-and District. District of West Knotenay.
Take notice lhat A. L, Reading, of Arrowhead
11. Q , oocupstlon. carpenter, tntouds toapply for
it ipeclal timber licence over the following deicrlbed lands: Commencing ata post planted
70 chulus south of N. K oorner of A L. Reading's
cla'm Nn 6. thenee south 80 chains thence east
80 chains, tneuce north 80 chains, theuee west P0
chains to polut of commencement.
June vwih, 1W7.   Arthur Laurrncb Hbauisu.
little barm.    It would be extremely dlf
flcult for them to hit a gun.
"In the chance of war during the next
year or two the presence of airships
would mean nothing very revolutionary,
but before ten years are passed many
new inventions will doubtless have
made them an Important factor."
Paris, Aug. 16.��� Mlnltiters generally
do not seem anxious to Imitate the example of M. Clemenceau and Gen.
Plcquart, who were passengers in the
sixth aerial voyage of the Patrie on
Monday last.
The premier has had to Btibmit to a
good deal of Opposition chaff in consequence of his journey tn cloudland.
What would bave happened to the country If M. Clemenceau had not come
back ? Did France run the risk of a
coup d'etat while the Premier and the
head of the army department were in
the air ? These are some of the Journalistic pleasantries which have beeu
hurled  upon  M. Clemenceau.
i snt badinage of this kind does not affect the premier. He had been up In a
captive balloon, but never before in a
dirigible, and both he and M. Plcquart
are greatly impressed-, with the possibilities of the aerial fleet, on the lines of
the Patrie, which, as pointed out in the
Daily Chronicle a week ago, France contemplates  building.
M. Berteaux, ex-Mlnister of War and
chairman of the Army Budget Commission, made several trips In the Le-
baudy last year, when she carried out
her trials in the neighborhood of the
eastern frontier, and he is an ardent
supporter of the scheme for increasing
France's aerial fleet.
Yesterday M. Clemenceau had a long
chat with M. Julliot, the constructor of
the Lebaudy and Patrie, and warmly
congratulated htm on giving to France
what experts agree Is the most perfect
type of dirigible yet designed.
The Patrie Is not to go to her own
station at Verdun for the moment. She
is still at the balloon park at Mendon,
where she is employed in the training
of the crews of the future airships, and
in this connection she will make a
series of ascents weekly.
M. Clemenceau contemplates making
another aacent shortly, this time with
M. Thomson, Minister of Marine. Some
of M. Fallleres' intimate friends suggested that he should go on a presidential cruise in the Patrie, but M. Fallleres Is said to have reported that he
will think about it when his term of office haa expired.
Second to Wlttelabach.
Kiel, Aug. 16.���The German second
class yacht Wittelsbach won the race
today in the series of contests for Emperor William's cup, beating the
Marblehead, which was Becond, by one
minute 12 seconds.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Henry Relchert, of Nelson,
B C, prospector, Intends to apply for a ipeclal
licence to cut and carry away timber from the
lollowlng described lands:
No 9 Commencing at a poat planted near the
northeast corner post of timber llcenee No. 93M
and near Henry Relchert 8. W. corner poat of
timber location No. 7, on main Lemon ereek and
marked Henry Relchert aoutheast oorner poat
No. v, thence to chains north, thenoe SO chains
west, thence ao chains south, thence K> ehalna
east to the point of commeneemeut.
Dated July 27,1907.
No. 10 Commencing at a post planted abont 20
chaini more or less south from the northwest corner of Lot no. 3MS on main Lemon
creek and maraed Henry Relchert east corner
poit no. 10. thenoe -to chains north more or less
to about midway of the south boundary line of
timber licence Mo. ��266, thence 160 chains west,
thence 40 chains south, thenoe 160 chains east
to point of commencement.
DaWd Julv -Tth, 1907
no. 11 Commencing at a post planted on Monument creea, about 70 chaina, more or leas, south
from where Monument creek, empty*- Into Lemon creek, and near Henry Relchert northeast
corner pout of timber location no. 8, and marked
"Henry Relchert northwest corner poat *o. 11,"
thence 160 chains iouth, tbenee 40 chaina eaat,
thence 160 ehalus north, thenoe 40 chains west
ui the point o< commencement.
Dated July'/ftb, 19U7.
Hsnhv Reichrkt, Locator.
Nelson Und District. District of West Kootenay
'lake notice tbat K. W. Hmlth, Frank Flanagan, and A. a. Klder, of Spokane, Wash-, ooeu
patlon ranchers, intend te apply for a special
timber licence over tbe following described
lands: Commencing ata post planted at tbe
southeast corner, aoout eight miles from the
Kootenay river, on the west side, and about
three mllea north of the International boundary
line, on the west bank oi Brldg creek, on the
north fork, thence norlh 80 chains, thence west
SO chains, tbence south SO cbains, thence oaat ao
chains to point of commencement, and coutainlug 640 acres, more or less.
Dated July mh, 11*7. K. W. Bmitm,
Frank Fi.anauan,
A. 8. KLnaa,
K.W. Sunn. Agent.
Notice Is hereby given mat 00 days afler date I
Intend toapply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a speoial
license to cut and carry away timber from the
following descrilied lands in Weat Kootenay district:
No. I.���Commenting at a post marked William
Walmiley, planted at Kokanee Creek Hiding on
the Frooter extension, ou the west side orLot
i-il'J'i, ou tbe aouth tide ot the West Arm of Kooteuay lake, commencing at the N. K oorner post
running south 80 chains, west80 chains, north 80
chains, east 80 chains to place of beginning.
Located 8rd June, 1907.
Wii.mam Walmslby, Looator,
James HuaaaaD aa Agent
Take notice that an application baa bean made
to register Arthur Hamilton '.Buchanan as
the owner In Fee simple, under a tag sale deed
from H. J.Htenson, Deputy Assessor and Collar I
of the Blooan Asicsiment District, to Arthur
Hamilton Buchanan, bearing date the 7th of
November, A. D., 1906, of all and lingular tbat
certain parcel, or tract, of land, and premises,
iltuate: lying and being In tbe Dlstrictof Kooti-
nay. In the Province of British Columbia, more
" J -crlbed as:
particularly known and de
I<ot number cine hundrc
��� ���roup one (I), in the Dlatrlet of Kootenay,
1-ot number cine hundred  and  seventy  (970),
roup one (I), in thu DlHtrlet of Kootenay, "Bi
net Minpral (Mai
You and each ot you are required to eonteat the
claim ot the tax. purchaser within fourteen days
from tho date of the service of thla notice upon
you, and in default of a caveat, or certlfleatea of
111 penduiis being filed witblu such period, you
will h" forever estopped and debarred from setting up any ilalm to, or in respect of the said
land, and I shall register Arthur Hamilton
Buchanan as owner thereof.
Dated at Land Rcglitry Office, Nelion, Province of Hritlsh Columbia, thls2Sth day of April,
AD., 1907. *
H. F. MacLKOD,
-.   - ��� Diatrict Registrar.
To Ba-NJAMINF. Davim.
The Htinsot Hold A Silver Mining Company (foreign).
Queen's Hotel
Bate, BtiMt, Nalaon. 8. O.
Lighted by Kleotrioitj and
Heated by Hot Air
L*r���� and <;omlorUble Bedroom! and nnt-
claaauintuB Room.   Bample Kooma lor Comma,,
clal   Man.
MBS. I. O.CLARKK, ProprletraM
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. ERIOKSON, Proprietor
Telephone. 250.   Opposite Court Houae
and Poatofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Tremont House
Bnropean and American Plan
������all IB eta.   Kooma from ******* Ms. to �����
Only wait* Help Bmployad.
Baker St.. Nelaon Proprietor,
Bartlett   House
Best DoOar-a-Day House in Nelson*
The Bar la the Flneat.
While Help Only Employed.
Josephine Bt.
Royal Hotel
Rates tl and |1.60 a Day.
Special Bates to Regular Boarders.
Moat oomtortable qnartera In Nelaon]
Only the beat ol Liquora and Ugera.
In the matter of an application lor tbe laaue of
�� -lupin-ate of the Certificate of Title lor Loti
16 awl 17, Block 36, Town of Neleon.
Notice U hereby a Wen that lt 1�� mj Intention
to time at tbe expiration of one month after the
tlrat publication hereof a duplicate of the Certlfl-
oato of Title for tba above Lou In the name of
France* Jt. Day, which Certificate la dated tbe
19th September, 1899, and numbered 2SSOK.
Land Be* it try Offlee, Nelson, B.C., ISth June*
1907. H. P. MacLKOD,
Dlitrlct Registrar.
ttot.ee li hereby f Wen that after the expiration
tf sixty aayi from tbe date hereof the Patrick
umber Company, Limited, lntendi to mbmlt to
the Honorable Chief Commliiloner ol Landi and
Worka a proposal under the provision! of the
���Riven and tttreami Act" and Amending Acti,
for the right to Improve the Slocan river from
the mill dam of aald company (altuate about
three mllea above the Junction ol said Hlocan
river with tbe Kootenay river,) to the mouth of
tbe Little Hlocan river, and to improve the Little
hlocan river and brancbei thereof to the northern boundary of tub lot 2, tot 7100, and mb-lot 1,
lot 7161 group one, Kootenay dlatrlet, and to
Improve the tributaries of aald rlvera; and remove obstruction! from Mid riven and trlbu-
���arltm, And to make tbe aame fit for driving, itor-
lug, aortlng booming and ratting loaa, timber,
lumber, rafta, aud crafts; alao for the right to
collect tolls thereon.
Tbe landi to be affected are the following: (a)
Lota 303, 7369, 6460, 64M, 6451. 8610, 6897, M46, 3609,
7W.H. 7065, 3b20, 4812, all In Group one, Kootenay
���llitrlct; alao landa covered by pre-emptlona
numbered 46, 103, 115, 186, 148,164 and 670; alto
landi covered by timber llcenieH numbered babOt
:-sSM, bbH4, 6686, 6686, 6th7, and 6688; alio landa of
t he crown.
Dated thla 6th day of July, 1907.
by Ita eolteitor, R. w. Havninotom,
In tbe matter of an application for the luue of
duplicate! of the CertlfloaUi ot Title to lots 11,
12 and 18, group 1, Weat Kootenay District, alio
known aa the "Kootenay Chief," "Comfort" and
"Lulu" mineral claims respectively.
Notice la hereby given tbat lt la my lotentlou
lo laaue at the expiration of one month eftf r the
ii rut publication hereof a duplicate of Certificate
ot Title oo. 6901a of an undivided 81-I00tha In
each of the ahovc loin, laaued on the 1"th day of
May, A. D. 1886 tn tbe name of John O. Ainaworth,
una alio a duplicate of Certificate of Title No.
tvtooa ot an undivided 19-100tha in each of tho
Hbove lota, Issued on the 17th day ot May, A. 1)
1 stiff, tn the name of George J. Aim worth.
Land lteglitry OfUce, Nelion, B. C. Auguat 6th,
"H. F. MAcLaon,"
DUtrlct UegU'trar.
In tbe matter of an appllrailou for the tone of
duplicate of the certlfleatea of Title for Lota 6,7,
8, and 17, Block 2, Town of Kitchener (Van CAR)
aad I.*ot5187, Uroup One, in the Dim: <nt of Kootenay
Notice ia hereby given that IU my intention
tn lime at tho expiration of one month after the
flwt publication hereof.duplicated of Certificates
ot Title of the above lots lu tbe name of Jmeph
Walker which certlfleatea are datod 22nd dayof
June. I **ai and i mm tiered 2481 A and X482A re-
Land Registry Office, Nelson, B. C.SSrd July,
"H. P. MacLeod,"
District Registrar.
Contractor  mntt
Bole agent for the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd..
retail yarda. Rough and dreaeed lumber, turned
work and brackets, Coaat lath and ahlnglui, paab
and door*. Cement, brick and lime for aale.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. eaat of Hall
t, O. Box m Telephone 179
We have bad placed in our handa one of the prettiest best paying
This is ap for a quick sale on account of owner's ill health. Call and get
fall particalars. If you have t8,000 we can make a good easy deal with yon
for this property.
8.  M.   BRYDGES,
Brydges. Blakemore & Cameron, Ltd.
Lota for Sale at from $100 to $200
Prices will be raised 15 per cent, after 1st August.    Buy while they are
cheap.   Terms one-third cash, balance In six and twelve months.
We Have For Sale One of the Prcttteat Homes to
Nelson, Situated to Fairview, Clone to the Car Line
Large 7-room houae. Stone foundation and first-class cellar. Complete water system. 10 lota under cultivation and planted In large, bearing fruit trees.   Thla la a snap.   For particulars apply to
Choice Fruit
I Have 10,000 Acrea
of the
Choicest Frott Lands in
Can sell afay quantity from 5 acres to 3,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
Nelson, B. C.
#700 CASH and the balance tn monthly payments will purchase a Six-
Boomed House and Two Lota on Robson Street, within half a block of the oar
line. Thu house contains three bedrooms, dining room, parlor, kitchen, bathroom and electric light.     The garden haa fruit trees in ��>��"'"b���alao email fruits.
px2&S" *^# i|i ^# BIRD
$10 per Honth
W. offer you something practical���something that will make a
real home���something that will
yield an Income. Every tract surveyed. Every tract near the townaite. Dally train*; serviceable
roads; absolutely good soil,���and
all these In a community, not In a
Kootenay Orchard
Notlco Is hereby liven thai the linden if tied
have mi tun Hied to the Lieutenant Uovt-rnor in-
Council a proftoeal under the proTUlom of the
"Blvors and sm*am�� Act,'* for clearing and re-
moving obelrm-tlonn from Unat River ami Meadow Creek, In the DlHtrlet of West Kootenar, and
for making the name fit for rafting and drlv
log thereon logs, timber, lumber, raAs �� nd crafts
and for erecting uml uinlntaintng booms for
holding, sorting and delivering logs and timber
brought down aald creek and river, and for attaching bin-mis tothe shore of said creek and
river for said purpose*.
The lands tn be affected br said work are: -
Lots ���%*��, 5187, 4b'J2, and sub lots 1,1.11. IS, 14 and
1& of Lot 4A93, Uroup 1. Kootenay District,
The tolls proposed to be charged are such as
mav be fixed by tbeJudgaof the County Court
ol Went Kootenay.
Dated list Julv, 19(17. .
TUB ] NT BUN AT ll in A!.. LUMBIK A MlRI ANTll.i Co.,
F. C GREEN       F. F. BURDEN        A. H. GREW
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land S-arrcrors
r.O.BoiUS   Ftat24lR.
To Winnipeg and points in
Ontario, Quebec, Maritime
Provinces, Central aad Eastern States, August 8th, 9th
and 10th, September 1 Ith,
12th and 13th.
Pull particulars as to stop overs, etc.,
on application.
Splsndid New Soo Spokana Service,
45i/2 Hours Between St. Paul and Spokane. Catch tha Flyer at Cranbrook for
AU Pointa Eaat.
Daylight service between Nelson and
Spokane Including 50 miles on Kootenay Lake In elegant new steamer Kus-
kanook. Fare ***6.60. Return 112.45.
Good for 30 days.
Scenery through Arrow Lakes and
Rocky Mountain resorts unexcelled In
the world.
A.G. P. A.. Vam.ou.er.
0. P. A.. Nelaon
A. U. Can. 8m. O. a
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offlce: Bealey Building.    P. O. Box 434
Baker St, NELSON, B. C.
'f\m . ;;|:|
*'   :     1
j j .;   ;   ;
The Daily Canadian
We iu-'- wi' "> -��> -'- i" **; J     irtB -'" ''"' "' "��� il nuvT Um' of ta*** faT<
Ita arttoles ..f jewelry than we are now -showing.   Whatever your
(h, , nitmil in oar atooJc and tba
-t r.'asonal.l...
Watchmaker and Optician
I, inan*.if��.-.-*:r.*l   from  'He  Bowl   lobaoro. SSB-
rSwd and aew-aaroeteni .     If. mild, tall-
da*, m I u ��� Atobaceeye-B
fobacconist.    Biker Street.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay  Ice, Frott,
Foel  A Poultry Co., Ltd.
N. E. cor. Baker   and   Ward   Sts.
Sec Us
For Good Fruit Land
io 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 for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will tiud it to their advantage to UBe our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
I    .in   ���   It    -L.,.1.
Victoria St. Property
4-Room house; good cellar, fine level lot.
verandah; $1000; $300 cash, balance
$15 per month.
6-Room    house;    all    modern;     between
Stanley and Josephine; $1,500 cash.
7-Rootr.  house:   all   modern;   excellently
finished,     Coast    Fir,     etc.;    $2,200;
4   Lots,   best   location   in   Nelson   for  a
pretty view; $1,300;  good terms.
General Job Work. Chimney 8weep
Ing. Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean
Ing   Stoves,  etc.
111  Eaat Baker 8t Phone  No. A114
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in Ktai>l<- aud fancy Uroceri.i**.
Bntt-er, Hgftt.
(Jump aud Miners' SupplieB.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Quods HOW on sale
All kinds of Dlnnerware In Btoek. Patterns. 	
3. <w.
flk>e!a.ll-Kt Pnrtv   neeu  even*   Pndgv
. *    :.:���-..:  -..*.  -  I :;.     .;i   UM  I Uk-arS**  I'nloti   Hall
AH are ii ���*> *:��� one allow-.l to uiJi-t- part lu
tb<- debut*.   1 AU'i-.n, Decratwy,
Cor. Vernon ��iu.: Ward 4*ti--*tt��Bt**,
J. M.. Cameron. Nakusp; C. Callahan
and Wife, Sidney; N. K. McNaught, Sil-
ve: ton; Mrs. H. Al. Stevenson. Ainsworth ; L. Buchanan, G. (Jagne, Kaslo;
J. J. Thompson. A. C. Grantham. J. A.
Birmingham, G. H. Howards, Vancouver
We J. Ingiis, M. A Wilson, Montreal:
Mrs. J. L. Mohr, Miss M. Mohr, J. Patterson and wife, Spokane; A. Laiman,
Given wood: \V. H. Brandon. Silverton:
W. E, A very, Redditch; A. Clarkson.
W. G, Turner, Ymir; M. M. Haley,
Salmo; W. L. Baker. H. S. Holton,
Fatronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
Best Located Hotel tn Nelson
���'������ ;���!     :* ��� : *   Elegant.    Cuisine Choicest
Civility autl ''leaiilinefls
t'lidt'r the management ol  K   K. Noble,
Late uf Toronto. Utlawa ami
A. B. Coleman and wife. Pittsburg;
.1. H. Parker, Spokane; .1. C. Dufresne,
Blue Bel!; W. \V. StevenB. B. B. Bates,
New York: F. Fisher, Kossland; Rev.
Dr. Bryce, Winnipeg; W. J. Brotherton,
Wife and children. Medicine Hat; C.
McBurney, Liichute; Juvenile Boston-
i;ins; C. E. Cartwright, Vancouver;
Miss S. HowgOOd. Winnipeg; J, Scarlett, Buffalo; J. C. Turner, Hamilton.
II. Gregory, Trail; F. W. Macpherson,
Sydney; .1. McLaren, F. W. McCreary,
Detroit; D. Henrick, R. Parkinson, Rev*
elBtoke; J. Mighton. Woodstock; J.
Bi ownlee, W. Wallace, T. H. Genset,
Bl eau; G. W. Pickerin, Sirdar; F.
Dourey, J. Regue, Laughton; J. Mc-
Gregor, Crawford Bay; H. Devlin, E.
.inhnson. Phoenix; D. Dye, Kokanee;
R. Fuiler. Westley; T. Blanchard, Cour
(I'Aitiie; It. llelmers, Spokane; G.
Peace.  Ymir.
O. Breedon, A. McKachren, Greenwood; EL Hoss, E. Armstrong. T. Ken-
ned\. J, Kennedy, Koch Siding; W. A.
Shell, W'taskiwin: E. Holyrod. Spokane
K P Wheatley. Beaver Lake; J. Thrus-
ton. J. Lund. D. Hand. A. Reel, Ymire;
J. Peacock, A. Griffin, Phoenix; S. Mc-
elligott, WesUey.
G Inman. W. R. Burgess, Coleman;
R. T. Neston, Rossland; L. Fruit, Blue
G. E. Smith. Vancouver; G. Baker.
Granite: J. Inglis, Mayock; B.C Alfleck.
Grand Forks.
K. B Atchison. .1 W. O'Brien. J. D.
McGBllvary, Ponoka. O .1 Hawkey, S.
Sminie, Regina: C. F. Richey and wife.
Mrs. Hendley, Spokane.
Rowfeoats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
A*KfUt for Truneott Launches
aud 1'ete.rboro ' aii'wr
Fi*m**t Lot of  Itoaw in B  C.
Foot Of Josephine 8t.       Tel* AID
QOjLD CHAIN, between Hoover and Vernon
HtreetR Hultable reward will be paid for iu
return.    Mct>er��iid A* McHardy.
���\ PKAJtL Ht'N'Hl'K8T PIN. Finder return to
Mil;, office- Keward  Ofli-red.
A 1'UCKETBOOK ootrtftinJJQf a .ilgued cheque of
tin- Sei'oitd Relief Mining (-ompaiiv. pavable
to . i. Wade, and letter*. Finder kmdiy
leave at So Plaee Inn.
PWO rifiOT-OLAflfl ROOMS  steam heated    Ap-
ply hoiisekeeiier. Hrd flat. K. W. C. block.
1   PAKTNKK   with  t2,ti00 to   purchaae a  troll
ratn'li tienr NeUon    A good speculation.   Part
per n< ot tin! lie ttctivelv eneaged on ranch.
For pKUti ulam apply T  Q. pROt-'iKk
A'   tlNOK
eon a.
A BELL  BOY.     Apply the Btrnth-
\V-\1A to luk.'i-hurBe of ehildreu ami do llsbt
hoiuework. t'htuanian employed. Apply Mr��,
tt. B. Lttunle, Hoover Ntreet.
Burn this tuonriug, to the wife of W.
Matthews,  Stanley   street, a son.
Got   Six   Months.
The Chinamen who Attempted to re-
move Sidney Kflly's household effect!
without authority was this morning be-
lore Police Magistrate Crease and sentenced to six months in tht common
Smelter  Plans.
A circular letter to mine managers
has been issued by the Hall Mines
Bmelter asking for contractu for definite
and rt-gulur monthly shipments. Receipts of ore lately have been very light
and the reserve is nearly exhaueied.
Strike   Probably   Settled.
Though no word to that effect has
come it is evident that the telegrapher?'
strike is settled or suspended. Despatches have been received today from
American offices that were prohibited
last night.
R, M.  R. Dance.
Cards are out for a midsummer dance
in the armory Wednesday evening, Aug.
:11st. The armory is to undergo some
repairs and will be closed for a month,
so the dancing men of the Rangers
thought one dance before closing would
be appreciated.
Improving   the   Road.
On the Fairview end of the tram line
the car ran off the track several times
yesterday. This was due to defective
ties and bad road bed. The ties were
removed today and new ones put in
their place, and the road bed there and
at ether points is being attended to.
At St. Paul's church last evening
Rev. .1. T. Ferguson solemnized the
marriage of Donald Alexander McKay
and Miss Hilda A dele Carlson. The
groom was supported by Mr. John McPhee, the bride by Miss Hilda McKay.
Mr. and Mrs. McKay left for Spokane
this morning.
Remembered  by  Kaslo.
Mrs. J. We Cockle, on behalf of the
Kaslo friends of Dr. and Mrs Harttn.
presented them with an address, a
leather lounge and a handsome china
cabinet. The address refers feelingly
to the recipients' 11 years residence In
Kaslo and the esteem in which they
are held there.
Okanagan   Fruit   Crop.
R. M. Palmer has been visiting the
Okanagan and reports the fruit crop iu
that d.strict in excellent condition except in the neighborhood of Vernon
where a recent hailstorm has .somewhat
damaged the apples and plums. Early
peaches have been harvested at Suni-
merland and Peachland.
Will   Install   Meters.
The meters for the power users on
the U20 volt, circuit have been ordered,
and when put in operation will put a
stop to all kicks in that direction. Superintendent Smith is now having all the
circuits on meters that he possibly can
get. Owing to the JJ4U volt power circuit not being on standard he finds it
very difficult to procure meters for
Death of J.  E. McMillan.
ThoBe who were acquainted with him
will regret to learn of the death of ex-
Sheriff J. E. McMillan, which occurred
at Victoria at midnight Tuesday. Deceased was a journalist of considerable
reputation in the early days of British
Columbia. He came from JJowmanville,
Ont,, and was connected with several
of the earlier British Columbia publications. He was sheriff of Victoria for a
number of years. Deceased had reached
the advanced age of 82 years.
Severe   Injury.
Duncan McArthur went out fishing
yesterday and narrowly escaped a serious injury. He had been fishing for
some time when he felt something pulling heavily at his line. He soon realized
that it was a fish, and he thereupon
started to land him. This was not such
an easy matter. The fish was a 21-Ib.
salmon trout, and he fought hard for
liberty. Mr. McArthur, in order to
make a more determiner fight, tried to
get his feet behind some rocks, but at
that moment the trout made another
haul and drew the fisherman over the
rocks. Mr. McArthur held on, and
whib- painfully injured succeeded in
landing the fish. It was one of the
largest caught this year, and  while he
The Store of Quality
$2.00 pet Crate
Fresh In every morning. An
excellent chance to get your
preserving fruit at a moderate
K   W. C. Blosk  . Pbuoa 10
L-trge Tins 45c
Fine For Lunch During
Hot Weather.
Ct A. Benedict
Corner Silica and Joaephlne Sta.
See the New
"Peggy from Paris
The very latest and daintiest novelty
In handbags. They're practical and convenient too.
They come at 50c, 76c, $1.00 and $2.00
You can see them hanging in our window.   Also notice the general display of
which we make in our window including
Handbags, Purses, Wallets, Cigar Cases,
etc., etc.
W. G. Thomson
^fflrfcl* and   Nelson, B. C.
Phona .3*4.
AH Kinds of Heating Plants In  Stock.
Victoria St., Nr. Opera House.      Tel. 181.
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, L-ondon, Eng., for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conservatoire of Music for singing and piano
playing. Address Box 796. Ninon.
was the cause of considerable suffering to the fisherman the reward is considered ample compensation.
The midBummer regatta of the Nelson
Boat club, held yesterday, showed
plenty of promising material for next
year's crews and gave the people of
Nelson a very enjoyable afternoon. The
finals were won as follows: Single
sculls, T. D. DesBrlaay; single canoe,
H. Ferguson; double canoe, Robertson
and Egg; double canoe, with lady cox-
wains. Miss Peacock, J. W. Ford and
F. J. SammonB; mixed double canoe,
Mrs. Procter and H. Robertson; lap-
Btreak four**. Ball, Cheyne, Pool, Teague,
N. F. McNaught of Silverton is at the
Neil McKay, M. L. A., has returned
to Kaslo after a short visit to the coast
J. C. Dufresne came down from the
Blue Bell mine yesterday and is at Che
C. BL Cartwright. chief engineer of
the C. P. R., arriver from Vancouver
last night and is at the Strathcona.
���lames McGregor, inspector of metalliferous mines, was in Rossland yesterday Inspecting the cause of death of
the late John Covello.
L*eo Buchanan arrived from Kaslt)
yesterday, and went to Creston this
morning. Tomorrow he returns to Vancouver to resume his law studies.
W. H. Brandon, of Silverton, returned yesterday from Trail where he had
gone in connection with tbe ore Hhlp-
ments he is making from the Canadian group, situated on tbe divide between   Silverton   and   Sandon.
D. Lennox and wife left for the east
this morning after a visit of a couple of
weekw with relatives in Nelson. Alter
a short visit to Toronto they will return to their home in Tucson, Ariz.,
where the doctor practices ills profei
Rev. D. George Bryce, principal of
Manitoba college, arrived from Winnipeg last night and has Bpenl today in
Nelaon at tbe Strathcona. Dr. Hryce it*
paying one of his annual visits to the
British Columhia supporters of the
Manitoba college. He leaves tomorrow
morning for Spokane where he has
been invited to preach on Sunday. Dr.
Bryce Is one of the best known men in
the west. He Ih an enthusiast on higher
education and is in i-ympathy with British Columbia's efforts to establish a
provincial university.
U  :.,,.. -.,..    tin]     KftKll   I't-Hi'*"    IU
Fresh and Salted Meats
CampN Supplied ou shorte-st notice and
lowest price. Nothing but   fresh and
wholesome meats and supples kept iu Stook
Mail orders receive careful attention.
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Is Remow/ied
lT5 5cEflERY
lT5 5uSiriE55 EflERGY
Telephone 161.
For Sale
Hciise, 5 rooms and bath;  close in $1600
16 lots on   Innls St. for   $450.00
63/4 Acre* within mile of centre
of City, suitable for market
garden,    Terms  given
160 Acres on Kootenay river,
good springs, first-t lan railway   service $3,000
Real   Estate   and  General  Agent.
Wett Baker Street. NELSON. B. C.
Sherman's Opera House
Friday, Aug. 16 . . . .Select Minstrel Vaudeville.
Saturday   Matinee "Tips"
Saturday  Night "Olivette"
Prices.  50c,  75c, $1.00.
Plan at Rutherfords Monday Morning.
A kik'cUiI general III���lllig of the
li;ir. holders of the Koot.*nny Fruit
GroworH' n*: '.rial inn will be held In the
court hoUBe, Nelson, on Tuesday, Aug.
20, 1!��07, at 8 p. m. By order.
D. C. McMORRIS. Sec.
In the mutter of an ��t*ij.iliratlon lor tho iMOf M
a fin pi tnati-nf the (.rrUiWte of Title for lota,
����n*) the went half of lot 21, hlock HI, in the Town
��i Nelaon.
Notlre Ih hereby ftTMl   Lhat it Ih my lOtMlfclOB
to it-pue nt the ���������(������������'->'������. of one month nf" t Die
firm puhlii-atl'iti hereof a 'luplleate nf ��� t.-* r-ertlfl-
' ule of title for the abov<- lainl-p, In the name of
I.v'lla Hhiel'lh. which certificate t�� ::���-������; thu lint
'lay of lMfi:cmUr, llxm, and mimbireO UW1 K.
"H F Ma< Leon "
DlHtrlet Keflitrar.
Hay and Timber Land���About 40
acres of hay and SO lures of timber,
right beside a R. U Hiding and only a
Short dlBtance from Nelson. $20.00
Iter acre.
Bsker St., Opposlts Queen's Hotel.
KODAKS And A11 Accessor^
* (Fresh Stock Twice a Week)
This is the season  for taking photos of
Kooteuay s unrivalled scenery.
TOURISTS,  We can supply you with
anything  in  the   Kodak  line.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phone   81
.   A.   ISAAC
R.   W.   HINTON-
Wcpn t.-ii.u  ...ul .lohhlnn  uavcutral with  Daapatch.    *H,,Ma.t M_.
Work,   Mllilns  mill   -Villi   >A..ulill,or> .       Manurauluraranl
Ora   Uara,   14.   tj.    C.ntractora'   Cars.
Ps'EL. SO IN,    B-  C
MANUFACTURERS    T ^-.t..     Cti-,^!*.
and dealers in i*itmDetf oHitigies.
L,ath, Mouldings, Doors, Windows,
Turned *Wor*k and Driiukvin. Mail Ordera promptly stuatiatt
VBRNON sTRf-iR-r  -  -  -  TaiiL-Morv. a. O.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company*. Limited.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
WhoiesuiK Provlalona,
IGoYenunent Creamery Oni- Pouurt Hrum rweived weekly fresh from It*
nharu.    For sal. by alt lea-din**; grocers.
OBioe and wnrebimse : Honaton Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street.
Nelson, B. C.
Our shipment of these has been delayed in transit but we "a
them now, and iu order to clear before the season is too
far advanced we are selling them at prices that
should place oue in every home.    Call and
be convinced and enjoy comfort.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.
The name
on Carpet Sweepers stands for Perfection.    We sell them.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Limited


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