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NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, (907.
Fibtt Cbnts a Month
NS MANGE
ction From Liberalism
Is Due
fAHiO MEMBER'S VIEW
towney, M.L.A., Discusses Gcn-
1 Political Situation in Can-
^da-Admires McBridc.
[pre Flint the l*aurler poveru-
JrHI l��c di'feuted Ui the next gen-
It'ciiiJii^, waa IIki statement of
towney, ConservatlVB member for
IWellinKton in Uie Ontario legis-
Uak'HB all tho stgm, full," con-
Mr Downey, "there will be a
���reaction against tho uuintnlHlru-
lij political luuihodH now In vogue
iwa."
Downey, M. Ij. A., Ib editor of
eluh Herald, As ataled yesterday,
Ived in Nelaon on hla way hone
Kalifornla, and ia spending a cou-
daya here with rciulimm und old
Yesterday   afternoon   ho   uc-
���-i    T.   MeAstockor und   T.  J.
|lu uu a lanuch trip up the Arm.
evening,  he consented   to  chat
liica aud other things with a rep*
JBtive of The Dallj Canadian, anil
the opinion quoted above.
niario'i polities in which he ia ut
more   directly   Interested   Mr.
tutld: "Before the last election
i   were  cunatantly    urging   that
thiluej   waa  a  man   of   unproved
|l> ami his prospective colleagues
Dlrled.   It is now universal-
iilttitl (hat he hua made good on
|int8,    Kvi-u   tho   Torouto   Globe
emarked:   Tho Whitney govern*
11b u government that does things.
I��pec��al |.oiut   In   Mr.   Whltney'H
ii- thai   In   keeps   hla   promise*.
lb nui denied.    Ills latest achleve-
Hk Uie brpaklng up of the achool
panoply,   .\a a result tho coBt of
bookB la reduced  more  than 5u
nt.
|e New  Ontario   secetision   move-
I don't think it Is serious.    Of
they have grievances but they
separable from the conditions of
country,   As their needs are pro-
| for the discontent will disappear.
. I have .seen the mention of O.
dam as a possible Dominion mln-
' think It unllkoly.    The  party
iriu Ib very weak.     Dr. rPeBton
tlieli ablest men, Is about to re-
f Mr. Qraham goes too, there will
���  Mr,  McKay   left as a  possible
Ontario  Conservatives   are  exit great deal from Mr. McHride.
ognin him  ns  one of the  big
i Canada, and a coming leader,
mired and sympathized with his
>r better terms for his province,
are glad that he met with some
e nt' success.    He Is a statesman
born political leader as well ub
frl'l'1 administrator. ,
I um on a holiday now nnd I
particularly want lo talk iiolltics.
"eady In love with Kootenay. I
that neither maps nor descrlp-
���M given me any conception of
at. and nothing had prepared me
\\* grandeur of Its scenery.
i trult mowing Industry la a reve-
' had always 'bought of Brit*
"idilii ils a rugged country with
se lmi mines In the mountains
Phlnu at the Coast. Now, I should
surprised to see It become the
H of Canada."
powney Ih enjoying bis brief visit
ich. He will leave for home via
���tidie  tomorrow.
| OTTAWA VALLEY FIRES.
is Lobs to Lumbermen and Others
of Mattawa Dlatrict.
. June 20.���Mr. Colin Uankln,
|ttawa, who arrived in the city toys Hint the forest (Ires are uppal-
ihe Upper Ottawa valley.   Some
o amoko is so dense as to darken
ftreets  of Mattawa, although   tho
' many miles away.   Mr. Hunkln
|<>l the great danger to life along
ontreal river.   Reports have roach
lutiawa of  men having  hud  very
escapes, so sudden was the in-
I of the flames on the  timber  re-
The lumbermen who own  tho
In Ihe Temlskaming district will
enormously,    The   prolonged   dry
fn had such an effect on timber that
almost impossible to save it.
i'  heavy  rain  of  laat night  com-
|'y  fcxfingulahed    tho    bush   fires
have been  raging  for  the   past
lift the parry   Sound line.    The
fW is nothing In comparison lo the
irea over which  the flro swept.
i>  Mutawaska  uud   Whitney,  for
tjSlflorable distance on each side of
railway track, the ll��,il!y wooded
mi was burned clear. The heavy
vii iiabh, Umber limits further back
lllu right-of-way were practically
touched, the region destroyed being
mainly (hat which had been cut years
before and Is now springing up atfalii
In thick scrub. The Ht. Anthony Ivnn-
her company, .). It. Booth und the
0. *T H. huve the rights lo tbe territory
swept.
AMERICAN   REGATTA.
Oarsmen of  Eastern Colleges  Compete
at  Poughkeepsle.
I'otighkcepBie, n. Y., Jnne 20.���R��gat>
lu day broke bright aud promising for
the rowing of the thirteenth annual Intel collegiate regatta on the Hudson
river this afternoon, when the oarsmen
of seven colleges will mutch their skill
und brawn for aquatic supremacy. The
ihe lirst raw, the University I'oiit-ouiv.I
shell for the Kennedy challenge cup,
brings together Syracuse, Pennsylvania,
Columbia and Cornell In fight over the
two-mile course. This event ll scheduled to start at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
The second ruee, the freshmen's eight-
oared shell, sends Cornell, Wisconsin,
Syiueusit, Pennsylvania und Columbia
over lhe two-iulie course for the Stew-
ard sup. This nice Is scheduled to
start at 4:48 p. in. The university
eight-oared shells, over the four-mile
course, lor the Varsity Challenge cup,
will find seven competitors at the stalling line, Columbia. Cornell, Syracuse,
Pennsylvania, Georgetown, Wisconsin
und Annapolis. This will be the ilrst
appearance of the Naval Academy boys
In the Poughkeepsle regatta and tho
midshipmen from AnnupoIlB, who are
here on a practice cruise aboard the
United States monitors, will see the
race from ten curs on the observation
train which have been reserved for
their benefit. The big race is scheduled to start at 6 o'clock and Cornell
is favorite. The weather is hot and sultry and there Is no wind.
A3 VIEWEBJN BRITAIN
T. P. O'Connor'* Sketch of Hon. Rich,
ard McBrlde���Premier Wina Respect for Province.
T. P. O'Connor lu P, T. O. for June
sih. Iiuh uk hla lending article .suiuu coin,
tnenls on "A Canadian Dinner." It was
u dinner given by Mr. Kumar Greenwood, M. I'., tu a number of Cunudiuu
public men In London ul the time of tbe
conference. The following extracts will
be of particular Interest to Hrlllsb Columbiana:
"And now lo tbut curious und Interesting little dinner parly which Mr.
Greenwood gave the other night. It was
to the ministers of several of the prov-
ines of bis native Cunuda. You may
think that you have exhuu.ted the powerful personalities of Canada when you
huve known Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Sir
Frederick liorden and a few others of
whose names you huve been reading in
the newspapers. You ure quite mistaken. There are niauy legislature* lu
Canada, and each province hus, besides
its legislature, Its own cabinet, with a
prime minuter and all the oilier great
officers we have lu our cabinet at homo.
Do not run away with the Idea that this
meaus there ure too many parliaments
and too many officials in Canada. For
Cunada occupies a larger amount of
ihe space of North America than do the
United States.
"I allude to this Cunadlnu dinner because It brought home to me, even more
than I realized already, what a tremendous heritage UiIb Empire has In that
country. The mind almost staggers before Ihe gigantic possibilities of Canada's future. I sat next to Mr. McHride,
the prime minister of British Columbia.
Here you have an excellent specimen
of the provincial ruler of Canada. They
build their men In those young countries���at lenst, the men who get to the
front'���on large lines. Mr. McBrlde, Is, I
should say, over six feel. Ills face, still
looking almost boyish in its freshness,
with a strong jaw, fine dark eyes, the
mobile mouth of tho speaker and the
politician, Is surmounted by white hnlr,
tlie one murk, porhiips, of the strenuous
life through which he must have passed
to have got so high at so early un age
It was when you found yourself face to
face with un embodied llrltlsh Columbia
like tills when you begun to realize
what a Canadian province meunB, nnd
whut aro the duties and repsonsibllllles
of a provincial prime minister. Have
you any Idea of Ihe extent of British
Columbia? Well, here Is what It Is. 1
quote from 'Chnlmer's llnzeticer':, . . .
"Iu this colony are somo of the
biggest mines In the world. There are
boundless traota or virgin forest. There
nre millions of acres calling for Iho
ploughs nnd Ihe strong llrltlsh urms
behind Ihem. And yet. Ihe population
Is only a quarter of a million. Mr. Me.
Mrltlo is here in connection with (lie
business or his colony, lie and the Dominion government have been carrying
on a very polite, bul a very reBolulo
fight for years as to Ihe contribution of
Mr. Mcllrldc's province lo the expenses
of the Dominion, nnd I should think
that even the subtle and suave Sir Wilfrid���who, 1 nm told, conceals under
his beautiful olghlconth century
French exterior a will of Iron���I should
think (hat even Sir Wilfrid would have
all his work cut out for him to bent
this iiriiish Columbian >"ii"B Btftnl with
his will of Iron also iiiulerneulh nn
agreeable exterior. Perhaps l look on
the struggle wllh tome additional Interest from the f*0t that Mr McHride Is
the son ol Vlsler parent*, ami I recognize In him some of l��e sturdy quail-
lies of that robust and aelfusertlve
race,"
Nationalists Will Fight to
a Finish
CONFIDENCE IN REDMOND
Party Co vention Declares Unanimously   for   Virile   Campaign
Against Liberal Government.
Dublin. June 2ti.���Carrying to a logical
conclusion their recent repudiation of
ibe government1.; attitude towards Ire-
laud, the Nationalists, today formally
cut themselves adrift rrom Sir Henry
Cuinpbell-Hunnerman und his colleagues
aud Initiated a new and active campaign for Home Kule. A meeting of
the Irish League directory assembled
here, under the presidency of John Redmond, and sut for four hours today. The
official report records the adoption of
several important resolutions. Hy the
lirst of these It was resolved to "Inaugurate without further delay a great
aud really virile movement to win that
full national self-government which
must be secured before the foundations
of Ireland's future prosperity can be
laid."
The resolution affirmed the country's
demand for nn elected legislature and
executive, responsible thereto, and urged a speedy and united expression of
the national determination to secure
these rights. The directory wus empowered to organize a series of great
public demonstrations to this end
throughout the country, and all tho
members of the parly were called upon
to energetically devote themselves to
lhe promotion of vigorous and sustained
agitation throughout the coming nut-
uinu and winter, '[he meeting recorded
Its confidence In Ihe parliamentary
l>arty under the leadership of John Redmond, and heartily approved tbe party's
decision to withdraw Its general sup
port from the present government.
SIR  THOMAS  CHEERFUL.
Prealdent   Shaughneaay   Optimistic  on
Crops and Railway's Future.
Winnipeg, June 26.���Sir Thomas
Shaughnessy was here for a few days
conferring with Mr. William Whyte on
the reduction of grades, the securing
of more locomotives and rolling stock,
aud other matters In connection with
the Canadian Pacific. He left yesterday
afternoon ror Minneapolis where he will
meet the directors or the Soo line. He
expects to be back ln Montreal by Sunday.
In the course or an Interview Sir
Thomas said tlio present quietness in
Winnipeg was only natural. It was just
what occurred at times in all lines or
commercial enterprise, and was not
serious.
"Do you expect that your new Soo-
Spokane line will take much of the
traffic of Ihe States to the const away
from the other roads across the line?"
he was asked.
He replied: "We expect that It will
be a factor In transportation, but there
will be so much truffle through the
Western States that the other roads
will hardly notice what we take."
"What will be the effect on tho Canadian Pacific In the West, from the en-
erancu of the Hill lines and the completion or the Grand Trunk Pacific?"
"We are still going to remain In business, nnd will endeavor to get some of
Ihe traffic. We aro not going to give
up."
The crop situation, Sir ThoinaB said,
he had looked'into quite carefully with
Mr. Whyte, since he had been in Winnipeg. Tlie prospect for the season ho
considered to he rosy. He wns also satisfied there would he no great farm labor scarcity tbls year.
Speaking of the comparative cost of
electricity and steam ns motive power
on the railways, Sir Thomas discussed
nt length the technical poinls which
would be encountered In the chungo.
"With the present volume of business,"
he snld, "I thing the cost or electricity
on the mountain grades at present
would he somewhat greater than steam.
The condition, however, would he reversed with the great Increase ol traffic
which will come. The generation of
electric power by water will not be a
very big Item, and I think we will have
plenty of water power where we will require It. The Introduction of electrical
power will not do away with tho necessity of tunnelling In some of the grades
In the mounlnlns. We have nlready let
contracts for somo of the work, or
course, many or the grades will also
be cut down ench yonr."
What Next?
Ottnwn, June 20.���Montreal 'longshoremen  have  officially   notified  the
minister of labor that they will not accept the award of the hoard or conciliation and arbitration In the recent strike.
The next step In the dispute Is uncertain, but the men may again go on
strike. The award gave the men practically everything Ihey asked.
RICH COPPER STRIKE
By   Old-Timers   in   Boundary���General
New* of Grand Forka.
Grand ForkB, June 2C���Just across
lhe Kettle river rrom Franklin City, on
Ihe North Fork of Kettle river, Joe
Jeldness and Alex. Otnon, two old time
prospectors, have made a. phenomenal
strike on their copper properties. The
ore body on one of these claims has
been uncovered fo^ many reet and has
exposed a rich body or high grade ore.
It is said tbat tbe owners or these
claims have refused several good offers.
A general feeling of satisfaction Is
felt here over the fact the tho local
lodge Knights of Pythias, through their
Grand Chancellor, Mr. Jeffrey Hammer,
hus presented a very handsome gold
locket, appropriately engraved, to Joseph Snlvely as a slight recognition of
his bravery in rescuing Mr. John Hutchinson from the water or tbe Kettle
river during the recent high water.
A recent assay from the C. P. R. prop
erty. on Welcher mountain, ran as high
as $43 ln gold alone. Tbls claim has
been developed by various shafts and
open cuts and the owners, MesBrs. Horner and Shaw, are making extensive
preparations to still rurther develop
this claim this summer.
On Gloucester creek the White Bear
groug is showing ep well. The group
consists of some half dozen claims and
is owned by a syndicate of Grand Forks
business men who will work the group
all summer.
W. H. Covert, of the fomous Covert
ranch, Is today authority for the statement that Leonard Vaughn has again
appealed the famous water right* case
of this property from the Supreme court
or British Columbia to the Supreme
court of Canada.
Fire at Exposition.
Norrolk, Va.. June 26.���One whole
block or the fine beach section Immediately adjoining the Jamestown Exposition grounds waa swept by fire today.
The big Arcade hotel, the Berkeley hotel, Caroline hotel and several other
smaller hotels and a large part of the
outside Warpath were destroyed. The
loss may run up to $3011,000, partly insured.
Load Too  Heavy.
Utlca. N. Y., June 20.���Daniel K.
Johnston, 28 years of age, of North
Creek, and Timothy Hurley, 28 years
old, of Glens Falls, while boating on
Sand Rlquette lake In the Adlrondacks,
were drowned. The boat had been too
heavily laden and suddenly went down
when the waves washed over the sides
Johnston's body was recovered.
FAREWELL TO HJSHIHI
Royal Japanese Viaitor Leave* Victoria
on British Cruller After Magnificent Tour.
i Victoria, June 26.���This morning
punctually at 11 o'clock, Prince Fushimi
accompanied by Hs Honor and his suite,
took his departure from Government
House. They proceeded to Ksquimalt
to the navy yards where a guard of
honor, composed of blue jackets from
the Monmouth, were drawn up in order.
His Honor James Dunsmulr took farewell of His HighneBS on behalf of the
imperial government, Miles W. Lamp-
son, M. C. V. O., bade him farewell on
behalf of the governor general of Canada, Capt. D. O. C. Newton, A. D. C,
on behalf of the Dominion government,
Joseph Pope, C. M. G. and W. R. Baker,
representing the Canadian Pacific railway.
The Prince, accompanied by his suite,
then embarked on the yacht and proceeded to the cruiser. As she approached the 12-pounders on the war
vessel gave the royal salute of 21 guns.
No time wns lost In getting under way.
A few minutes after noon tlie warship
had cleared from Esquimau and was
on her way to the Orient.
Accident to Child.
Yesterday afternoon while playing at
the residence of C. D. Busk, the little
son of H. A. Stewart got two fingers of
his right hand caught in a lawn mower.
The ends were nearly severed. He was
brought to the city at once and received medical attention, but whether
the fingers can be suved or not is un
certain.
Indian Canoe Race*.
There will be a number of Indians
ln Friday to arrange for the canoe
races. The Indians have forwarded a
proposition to the celebration committee that they will prepared to take part
in the water sports with six canoes, one
race ,two Indians In each canoe; the
other race, two women in each canoe.
Should be Repaired.
There Is a dangeroUB hole In Ihe upper road leading to Fairview; near 10.
A. Crease's restdenc. The crossing has
been swept out ,ln1' " is exceedingly
dangerous to drive a carriage along the
road at that point.
ARMY- UNCERTAIN
France Alarmed at Show
of Disloyally
HOLD SOCIALIST VIEWS
Danger From Soldiers Causes Greater Uneasiness Than Revolts
of Wine Growers.
Paris, June 26.���The government's
hope that the return of Marcelin Albert,
leader of the wine growers' movement,
to the south after hlB Interview with
Premier Clemenceau would result in a
change of attitude on the part of his
followers, has  been   blasted.
The federated committees have decided to maintain the civic strike and the
"redeemer," or "apostle," as he Is variously termed, has no alternative but to
surrender himself to the authorities in
accordance with his promise to M.
Clemenceau. Nevertheless, the excitement in the disturbed territory continues to Bubslde, and the government
believes that barring some unfortunate
which may again Inflame the people the
latter will gradually come to their
senses and realize that a prolongation
of the present situation will only increase their misery. The government,
now, apparently, is quite as much concerned about the Insubordinate spirit
manifested among troops as the attitude
of the wine growers, for in spite of the
efforts to minimize them, new incidents
showing the lack of discipline in the
army are occurring dally.
' The government seems to have awakened to the ne��essity of dealing sternly
with the demoralization engendered by
lhe Socialistic anti-military propaganda,
and tbe press commends the decision of
the government to exile the mutineers
of the 17th Infantry and to postpone indefinitely the bill providing for the abolition of court martinis ln time of peace.
The position of the cabinet grows Increasingly difficult and M. Clemenceau's
sole object seems to be to weather the
storm until the summer vacation of parliament affords a breatlng spell. Tomorrow, when the premier replies to
the interpellation on the general policy
of the government, is likely to decide
whether he will be able to overcome the
difficulties In his path or fall in his attempt to do so.
Resolution of Condolence.
At the regular meeting of Nelson
lodge No. 25, Knights of Pythias held
at the Castle Hall, June 25th, 1907, theh
following resolution was unanimously
adopted:
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
God, in his infinite wisdom, to remove'
from us, by the hand of death, on Friday, June 21st, 1907, our beloved brother, Sir Knight Achilles J. Rainvllle:
Resolved, that in this time or affliction we do tender our heartfelt sympa-
they to his father, and would, in so trying an hour as this, remind you that
consolation must come only from God,
who, in His infinite goodness and mercy
will comfort and uphold you.
In the first hours of so great a bereavement you will find It hard to see
any comfort tn such a dispensation, but
ever remembering the splendid character of our dear brother, we may later
be thankful that the lost one was spared
any further Buffering, and that his spirit
was taken home without the painful
Interlude of any longer Illness.
We will not, therefore, by useless condolence, open afresh the wound of your
grief, nor will be say a word more,
where words are In vain, but that it
Is some comfort to us all that the time
is not far distant at which we are to
deposit in the same cerement our sorrows and Buffering bodies, and to ascend In essence to an estntlc meeting
tn that Castle Hall above, with the
friends we have loved and lost, and
whom we still love and never lose
again.
May God bless you and support you
and yours under so heavy an affliction
Is the prayer or Nelson lodge No. 25,
Knights or Pythias.
Be It rurther resolved, that a copy of
this resolution be sent to the press,
and also spread on the minutes of this
lodge.
We remain, yours in F. C. and B.
R G JOY C C
E.' W. WIDDOWSON, K. R. and 8.
Preacher Disgraced.
Toronto, June 26.���Charged with Immoral conduct, Rev. D. M. Coulman,
former pastor of the Baptist church ln
St. Catherines, has been expelled from
tho ministry by Ihe Baptist council. A
resolution wns passed at a meeting on
Monday at which charges of Immorality
were  preferred   against   Mr.   Coulman
and at which he was summarily deposed, which divests blm of the right of
ever again holding a position as an ordained minister. Mr. Coulman had not
been preaching for a year, but has been
Interested In mining stocks, doing business ln Torouto and London.
FIR8T  ROUND  OVER.
Emmer*on Appeal* From First Court'*
Ruling���Off Till January.
Frederlcton, June 26.���The last has
been heard In the courts of the Em-
meison-Crockett libel case until January next. Judge P. A. Landry last evening refused to allow tbe application
for a postponement. The decision contained a lot of not easily mistakable
language. Once more he asserted his
opinion that the article was written by
defendant editor in the public Interest,
and once more he decided that the defendant's plea should stand and that
the demurrer of prosecution should not
stand.
Canadian Honored.
New Haven, June 26.���The award of
honorary degrees by Yale university announced at the commencement exercises today Included doctor of science,
Archibald Byron MacCallum, professor
of physiology In the University of Toronto.
Italy Should Join.
' Milan, June 26.���The Secondo today
comes out ln support of the triple alliance, that of Great Britain, France and
Spain, which the paper refers to as the
"nucleus of the future United States ot
Europe,'' and then severely criticises
Italy for clinging to Germany.
WATER CARNIVAL PLANS
Splendid  Liat of  Event* and  Pri:
All Invited to Participate and
to Decorat*.
All arrangements are completed for
the boating and general water features
In connection with the Dominion Day
celebration. The following report will
be presented tonight by G. P. Wells:
Monday, 3:30 p. m.
Launch Races���1st, 17 feet and
under, solid leather suit case. 2nd, 17
loot to 21 feet, cut glass decanter. 3rd,
21 feet to 26 feet, pair field glasses.
4th, over 26 feet, cut glass claret jug.
Boat Races and Aquatic Sports���
4-oared, four scarf pins. Mixed doubles,
Japanese bronze shaving stand, and
sterling silver bon bon dish. Single
sculls, military brushes, silver mounted.
Water-tilting, two silver mounted flasks.
Diving, silver cigarette case. Swimming,
silver-mounted corkscrew. Indian canoe races, impromptu, cash prises.
Tuesday, lp.m.
Water Carnival���Grand Illuminated
boat parade; prises for best decorated
launch. 1st, sterling silver mounted
wine set. 2nd, silver manicure set Beet
decorated rowboat, ornamental bronze
and pearl electric stand lamp. Best
decorated canoe, ornamented basket.
Beat musical event in any boat! 1st,
hand-painted china, two pieces. 2nd,
hand-painted china plaque.
C. D. Busk will tow the procession ot
launches, and J. A. Erickson the boats
and canoes. Captain Gore has promised
a barge to be stationed near the boat
club house for the fireworks display,
and another near the city wharf for the
band and the general public.
A. special appeal Is made for general
participation ln races and decorations,
to justify future celebration committees
in retaining the water carnival as a permanent feature.
A general appeal is also made to all
citizens for the display of Sags, buntings and lights. The city lights are all
being repaired for the occasion.
The prizes are on view ln Fred Irvine Co.'s windows.
DID'NT MEAN KOOTENAY.
W. J. Brandrith Restrict* Application of
Story  About  Fro*t.
"A week ago today The Dally Canadian published a series of short comments by local fruit growers in reply
to the publication of a statement made
ln Vancouver by Secretary W. J. Brandrith, of the B. C. Fruit Growers' Association, that the fruit was damaged by
frost and drought. The Dally Canadian's Interpretation was that Mr. Brand-
rlth's statement had no reference to
Kootenay.
One real estate firm, the Kootenay
Lund and Investment company, saw the
advertising value of the article, and has
published it as a circular with the addition ot the following brief and self-
explanatory correspondence:
W. J. Brandrith, Ladner, B. C.
Do your remarks about failure of
B. C. fruit crop owing to frost apply to
Kootenay?       (Signed)
V. W. ODLUM.
Victor W. Odium, Nelson B. C.
No.' Remarks apply to Oknnagan,
Knmloops. Lower Fraser and Vancouver Island.     (Signed)
W. J. BRANDRITH
PR1VATEJEVENGE
Motive for Crime Set Up
by Defence
ORCHARD'S Will TALK
Alleged That He Frequently Threatened to Kill Steunenberg���Conspiracy of Detectives.
Boise, June 26.���Continuing tbe work
or breaking down the story told by Harry Orchard on the stand wben he laid
the foundation for the prosecution or
Wm. D. Haywood, tbe defence today
is bringing more witnesses to contradict statements by Orchard. So far
these witnesses have been to the occurrence* at Cripple Creek, Col., in 1903
and 1904, and ln the Coeur d'Alene section of Idaho, where Orchard says he
committed bis first great crime by
touching off one of the fuses that blew
up the concentrator at Wardner tn 1899.
killing two men. The defence 1* trying
to prove that Orchard was not at Wardner on the day of the explosion.
The defence has been allowed to aak
questions bringing out tbe story of the
disturbance at Cripple Creek daring the
great strike there. The state baa objected to the opening up the wide field,
but the defence persisted that It had,
the right to go deeply Into thla matter
of labor trouble that It may show what
was done by the military and the provocation that was given to the striking
miner*.
Today they will probably go into thi*
farther and show the action of the Western Federation of Miners, whose leaders, the defense claims, were always on
the side of peace, and consistently
against disturbances and riot
While the foundation tor proof ot conspiracy on the pare of the mine owners
to exterminate tbe federation and thus
eliminate an. elemeat that interfered
with their working ot the mines under
conditions such aa the mine owners
should dictate, makes a large part ot
the fabric the defence ha* built up ao
far, Orchard Is never loot sight ot, and
witness after witness Is called up to
show that Orchard, through all the
year* that Intervened between his
flight from Idaho ln 1899 and his return to the state ln 1905, carried with
him continually a private grudge agalnat
Steunenberg. It sufficient weight ot
evidence can be brought to show that
the assassination of the former governor was mostly the culmination of one
man's grudge, and not the part of a.
conspiracy, counsel for the defence
say that the state's case must tall. Or-
card will stand convicted out ot hla
own mouth of this one murder, and It
a conspiracy on the part of detectives,
hired by the mine owners to destroy
property or cause riot In order to continue a state of martial law can be
shown, It Is the opinion of the counsel
that the jury will abandon the conspiracy Idea and their client* will go free.
While the defence Is trying to break
down Orchard's story by sheer weight
of testimony the state Is pushing each
witness as far as possible to show that
they are subject to Impeachment later.
The large number ot witnesses to be
examined by the defence gives promise
of a long period of rebuttal testimony.
The Haywood trial was resumed this
morning at 9:30 o'clock with Lottie
Day, of Denver on the stand.
Zavitz-Dougla*.
At the residence of the bride's
mother, Mrs. Benjamin Douglas. 795
Thurlow street, on Wednesday afternoon, Mr. Richard H. Zavlta, who haa
been manager of the Allls-Chalmcrs-
Bullock agency of this city, and Miss
Ethel Estelle Douglas were united In
the holy bonds of matrimony by the
Rev. R. J. Wilson. Miss Audrey Lewis,
of New Westminster, made a charming
bridesmaid, while Mr. E. M. Breed was
tbe best man. Mr. T. A. Mulr, ot New
Westminister, a cousin of the bride,
gave her away. The happy couple left
by the Eastern train, and will reside at
Winnipeg. Mr. Zavitz having been promoted to the. management ot the Allls-
Chalmors-Bullock branch business of
the Prairie City. On their way East,
the newly married couple will spend
several days at Glacier, Field and Banff.
The groom's presents to the bride were
a handsome diamond brooch and a gold
bracelet. Very many other handsome
gifts were received by the popular
bride.
The above Is from the Vancouver
News-Advertiser. The bride Is a sister
of Mrs. R. S. Lennie and has visited her
in Nelson recently. The groom is also
well known here. Mr. and Mrs. Zavltx
arrived in Nelson lost night.
Off for 8**ttle.
Nelson's oarsmen tor  tbe N. P.  A.
A. O. regatta leave tonight for Seattle
by way ot the C. P. R.
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Wednesday. June 26th.  1907.
THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK.
Speculation as to the probable date
of the next Dominion general elections
ie common now in the press and in
private. The Laurier government was
last returned In the fall of 1904. By
the constitution, therefore, the present
parliament may live till near the end of
1909. But advantage of the fifth year is
Very seldom taken by a government. It
has been doue only twice since Confederation. It would, under ordinary circumstances, be a fair presumption that
the next elections would come in the
fall of 1901s. But there is a strong and
apparently general impression that an
appeal to the constituencies will be
taken at a much earlier date. Throughout the country both parties are nominating candidates and beginning prep
aration for the campaign.
The general expectation of an early
appeal is of course based upon the obvious reasons why such au appeal
should be taken. The scandals that have
been unearthed during the last two sessions in nearly every department of the
administration have shaken the confidence even of Liberals in the present
government. It is a long time since
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has had a cabinet
without vacancies, and two of the most
Important portfolios of all, public works
and railways and canals, are now temporarily held by the heads of oilier departments. Even in the interest of the
Liberal party a thorough reorganization
is necessary, and that can hardly be
accomplished without a general election
Sir Wilfrid had to go outside of the
Senate and Commons for Mr. Aylesworth. Now the Ontario Liberal organs
are urging him to invite (1. P. Ciraham.
the party leader in the provincial legislature to enter the Dominion cabinet
Such advise really involves a confession
that the party's representation ln par
liament   does   not   afford  any   cabinet
material.
Apart, however, from the necessity
of strengthening his cabinet, Sir Wilfrid must read the warnings coming
from all quarters of the necessity of
setting his house in order, Every important gathering of representatives of
religious bodies that has been held this
year, has made an earnest protest
against the wholesale corruption in the
administration and in the election
methods of the machine, and an appeal
to the leaders of both parties for cleaner
men and methods. Sir Wilfrid Laurier
dare not disregard that appeal. The
honest element in his own party will
compel him to put a stop to the many
grave abuses whose existence can no
longer be denied.
Recognising these facts the Liberal
organs are taking stock of the situation
and strenuously endeavoring to persuade themselves that there is no reason to fear from the result of the appeal
which they admit cannot long be postponed. Like the proverbial lawyer with
a bad case they proceed to abuse their
opponents. It is a poor augury for Liberal success when a government which
has commauded a decisive majority for
eleven yean, can offler no better plea
ior an extension of confidence than the
charge, in some cases at least an unfounded charge, that three or four of
their opponents have been guilty of
questionable financial dealings, and that
two otners are religious bigots.
it is not a question of the personal
popularity of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
It. L. Borden. Mr. Borden is undoubtedly a stronger man now than when he
was first chosen as Conservative leader.
Jlr Wilfrid Laurier's personal popular-
.ty probably stands as high now as ever,
and perhaps deservedly so. But it cannot be denied that his choice of colleagues has more often than not been unfortunate in the extreme. His cabinet
of 1S96, formed of the Liberal leaders
of all the provinces, represented a fair
average of administrative ability. That
cannot with any appearance of truth
be said of the cabinet as it is constituted today.
Another frequent claim of the Liberal
press, made rather diffidently perhaps,
as if from consciousness of its Impudence, is that the Conservatives have no
policy. And what policy, pray, hftVQ
the Liberals followed? Even the projecting of the Grand Trunk Pacific was
only an imitatfon of the Conservative
policy which resulted in the building of
the first transcontinental road. The
Liberals have never disavowed thir old
policy of free trade, though they have
nut dared to attempt to gfve effect to
it. They have Ceiled to secure trade
concessions from the limed States and
given up the attempt. They have
not reformed the civil service and they
have not reduced the national expenditure. Tbey have done nothing in aii
these eleven yean but eoutluue ihe policy they attacked. Even Sir Wilfrids
latest motion for a fast ocean service
is but a revival of Sir Charles Tupper's
.scheme of 1896 which was allowed to
lapse.
The Conservatives still stand by the
National Policy which has given Canada
progress and prosperity. The Leant
must be of men and methods. The peo-
ple of Canada must decide whether the
National Policy shall be carried out by
its authors or its detractors, and whether they approve of the character and
conduct of the ministers to whom Sir
Wilfrid Laurier entrusts the interests
and the reputation of ihe country.
EDITORIAL COMMENT.
It cannot be regarded as other than
unfortunate that the second general
meeting of the 20.000 Ciub should have
failed to attract a quorum. Enthusiasm
for the objects of the ciub is not only
essential to the attainment of its purposes, it is the only excuse for Its existence. The apparent lack of it���we
believe it is only apparent���is probably
due to an unfortunate tendency on the
part of N'elsonites to delegate their duties to others. If a few- are willing to
work, the many are quite content.
The definite reply of W. J. Brandrith.
secretary of the British Columbia Fruit
Growers' Association, to a question telegraphed to him as to the application of
his remarks on the damage to fruit this
year by frost, will make welcome reading. It is an impartial and absolutely
unbiassed acknowledgement by one who
knows that Kootenay has one decided
advantage over all the other fruit districts of the province, including the one
in which Mr. Brandith resides.
The speech of Hon. R. McBride
at the Colonial Institute was characteristic of the man. He modestly discerned having any important message
to deliver to the people of England,
praised the Dominion ministers, and
then gave an admirable expression of
the sentiments of British Columbians
towards the Mother Country and the
Empire.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Fruit,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICK:
N. E. cor. Baker  and   Ward  St*.
YffllR LICENCE DISTRICT.
Notice li hereby given thut J. W. Masteison
litis made uj.j'li' ation under the provisions ot
the "Liquor License Act, MOO," for a transfer of
hi* hotel licence for tbe Vmlr hotel, at Ymir. to
f-.trtrt Daly and James B. Bremner, aad that a
meeting of tbe Board of Ltcem.e Commissioners
Mill be held to consider such application at the
Courl House, at Nelson, on Tbursdav. 18th July,
UOTi at the hour of half past two o'clock in the
afternoon*
W H. Bt'tLOCKWEBSTKR,
Chief I.icenoe Inspector.
Kelson, B. C.,2.">tb June, 1907,
NOTICE.
Notice li hereby given that I will apply, at the
next meeting of tbe Lleenae Commissioners for
the t'ily of Kelson, to have the liquor license of
tbe No Place Inn, transferred from Archibald
Ferguson end to myself.
Dated May ��th, 1(^7. Wm. 009NELL,
By F.'Wer of Attorney.
IN THE HATTER OF THE
REGISTRY ACT"
���LAND
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of the issuance of an
indefeasible Title to F. W. Howay
and R. L. Reid to Lots 2 and 3,
In Block 12, City of Nelson.
Wherein the d*jcuraenta herelnnlter mentioned
are nnl in the |- <-~ ��� ->;<<r) of the aforesaid Howay
and Reld;
And whereas production of them Is required
tinder the "Lana Registry Act";
Take notice tbat all or any persons having
these documents In their poiaession or having
any interest in the same are required to produce
the mme to the District Keglstrar of Land Titles
at Nelion, B.C., on or before tbe 15th day of July,
1907:-
Conveyance In Fee, from A. Barrette to Alexander
Carney, dated Wth October. 1891,
Mortgage ln F ��e, faom A. Carnev and A Barrette
lo M. Melnnes and P. Burns, dated the iffth
of November,; IMS.
Conveyance. In Fee under power of Sale in
Mortgage from Malcolm Mclnnls and P. Burns
to A. II. Buchanan, dated 17th of November,
tim.
Conveyance in Fee, A. H. Buchanan to the Bonk
of Montreal, dated tbe 24th of August, 18W.
Conveyance in Fee.  Hink  of Montreal, to Rose
Mary Heathcoic   . -id  Joseph   Heatberlngton
Mo*ci, dated Uth N  vcmber, IM.
Conveyance in Fee, of ,.n undivided one-quarter
from  Mole Mary  Heathcote tn Paul Johnson,
dated the '."-'th of December, 1896.
Dated tbls 29th day of Mev. A. P., 1907.
U  F.MacLFOD,
District Kegistrsr of Und Titles.
For Sale Cheap
BOMa-jgR
One 6t>-inch diameter, by 16ft Sin.
long, undorfired. return multitubular
boiler, in fair condition. Eighty-two
2^-in. tubes. 2 1-3 x 2 1-6 in. steam
dome. Boiler is good for testing to 150
ibs. per square inch, and a working pressure of SO to 90 lbs. Mountings consist
of safety valve, stop valve, water
gauges, try cock* sludge cock and
check valve, set of tire bars and bearers.
BNOPNg
One 9-in. diameter x Hin. stroke, high
pressure, variable cut off expansion.
valve engine with governor. Fly wheel
and belt pulley are those not originally
supplied with the engine but are suitable for ordinary requirement. Engine
has been used to drive electric light
at the smelter and is in good condition.
PEEL)   HEATER
One vertical multi-tubular exhaust
steam heated feed-water heater, 4 ft.
high. lOHttt. diameter with openings
for 3-in. exhaust pipes. Corrugated copper tub^s Inside through which the feed
water passes. Stop valve, drain cock
and safety valve. Apply to
The Hall Mining & Smelting Co*.
nelson, b. c.
Ltd.
IN THE MATTER of the "Rivers and
Streams Act" and amendments
thereto,
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of an Application of
The Canadian Pacific Timber
Company, Limited.
Notlee is hereby given that 60 dayt after date
The Canadian Pacific Timber Company. Limited,
intends to submit to the Honorable Chief Com-
.'".--��� :.���.'.- of Lands ind Works a proposal under
:be provisions of the '-Biters ana Streams Act"
and amendments thereto, for tbe right to improve Trout creek and lti tributaries from the
sources of such creek and tributaries to the point
where tbe same flows Into Trout lake ln the District of neat Kootenay, and to remove obstructions theretrotn and make tbe aame fit for driving, storing, sorting and booming logs, rafts and
crafts, and the flaming of lumber thereon, also
for tbe right to collect tolls thereon.
The land* affect* J are Crown lands and Lots
7,0, 7��0, mi, 772. til TCP, Ttt and ISO, all in
Group 1. West Kootenay.
Dated tbls 30th day of Ma;, wot.
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC TIMBER
COMPANY. LlMim>,
 by their __________ R. M. Maedonald
Certificate of the Registration of an
Extra-Provincial Company.
"Companies Act,  1897."
I HEREBY CERT'PY tbat the "Kinney-Miller
Cedar Company," has this day been registered
aa an Extra-provincial Company, under fbe
"Companies Act. 1897," to carry out or effect al!
<>ranyo| tbe objects of tbe Company to which
F.be ltgislallve authority of tbe Legislature of
British Columbia extends.
The head ofl.ee of the Company is situate ln
the City of Spokane, in the Stale of Washington,
0 8, A.
The amount of the capital ot tbe company is
fifteen thousand dollars, divided into one hundred and fifty Hhar.*s of one hundred dollars
each.
The head office of tbe rom pan v in this province is situate at Creston, and William Henry
Crawford, merchant, whose address is the same,
is the attorney for the company. (Not empowered to Issue and tranfer stock )
The time of the existence of the company is
fifty yean from the ��th day of March, lsuf.
Ti e company Is limited.
Given under my hand and seal of office at
Victoria, PrOTinee of British Columbia, this 21at
day of May. one thousand nine hundred (and
seven.
(L. s.] H. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
'ihe object! for which this companv baa been
established and registered are:
1. To acquire tn any lawful manner, manufacture and aell or dispose of any and all kinds
of cedar and other timber:
'J. To acquire ln any lawful manner timber,
whether standing or cut, timber laads or other
lands, loga. poles, piling, posts, lumber, shingles,
shlngls bolts, atd any and all kinds of timber
product, to manufacture any and all such, and
todfsiioBe of same in any lawmi manner:
3. Toaequ re In any lawful manner stores,
Implements, and any and all kinds of merchandise or property not in violation of law, and to
dispose of same ln any lawful manner:
4- To build or to acquire In any lawful manner roads, tramways, or other meaua of transportation necessary or convenient to the other
purposes of the i.orporatlon, and to operate,
lease, or diSpor* of same as may bedeemtd advisable; provided the same be private ways and
roads only, and provided further that this article is not to authorize the Corporation to oper.
ate or maintain any public or lull road, nor any
public serving trausj>ort&t)on system, nor to be-
corae a common carrier:
6. To manufacture any and all kinds of ar
tlclee and products as may L*e deemed desirable
and nut in violation of law, and to sell and
dispcse of same in any lawful manner:
6, To do any and all other act* and things
necesaart or expedient for carrying on the busi-
new nf the Company an hereinbefore set forth.
Notice to Delinquent Co Owner.
To Charles O. Simpson, or any other person
to whom he may have transferred his Interest in
the "May Blossom" miners! claim, situated on
Brown Mountain, two and a half miles southwest of Ymi". in the Nelson Mining Division, of
West Kootenay District, and recorded in the
Recorder's office, for the Nelion Division.
You and each of you are hereby notifled that
I have expended two hundred and five dollars
C&Xi\il) la labour and Improvements upon the
above mineral claim in order to bold the same
under the provisions ol the Mineral Aet. and If
within ninety days from the date of tbls notice
you fall or refuse to contribute your portion of
the expenditure, (which Is one hundred and two
fifty dollars (1.02.50) tor tbe two rears ending
1th May. Un,] together with al. cost* of adver
tlsing. vour Interest In the said claim will become the property of tbe undersigned under
Sec. 4 of an Act entitled : "An Act to Amend tbe
Mineral Act. ISM) "
Dated at Ymir, B. C , lSih May, 1907.
  JOHN P HARBOTTLK
LAND NOTICES.
Nelson Land District. District of Weft Kootenay-
Take njtlce that George Sturm, of Billings,
Montana, I.' 8, a,, occupation, merchant, intendi to apply 'or permission to purchase the
following oeseHbed land: Commencing at a
post planted on the weat shore of Upper W'bat-
shan (Cariboo) lake, and at the northweatcorner
of t-ot 8139, thence wen **) chains, thence south
40 chains, thence east 'Ai chain*, thence north 40
chains to point of commencement, and containing 80 acres' more of lesm.
Ma.
Way 29th. l*v)7.
OtoMi tones,
Nelson Land District. Dufriet ol Weat Kootenay.
Take notlee that Edward Praser, of Billings,
Montana, V. B A , occupation wool buyer. Intends to apply for Dermlaslon to purchase the
following (learrlberf land: Commencing at a
post planted on the west shore of L'pper Whal-
shan (Cariboo) lake, and at the southeast corner
of Lot 81^9. thence west -A1 chains, thence south
on'-am-, thenre cast 90 chains, tbonce south *o
chains, thence eat' 40 rhains, more or less, to the
west shore of Cpper Whatshan (Cariboo) lake;
tbenee northerly and westerly along tbe aaid
shore 80 chains, more or leas, to point of commencement, and containing WO acres, more or
Mar 1Mb, INT. Bdwasd r*ussa.
FRED IRVINE & CCVy
Free Lessons in Art Needle Work���Conticelli Silks
Mis* Lockwood. an experienced teacher in Fancy Art Needle Work,   will commence a series of clans, |
Knight, of Pythia. Hall. Every lady In the city I* eapecially Invited to   avail   heraelf  of theae  le.,on, trtt
For   further   information  apply to Fred Irvine A Co.. who have a complete itock of atampod goods and .ilk,
Classes every day from 10 a.m.   to 12 a. m.; 2 p. m. to J p. m.
FRED IRVINE & CO'Y
m0~m
HeSSCO UBfl District.  DMrtct of West KoaleuaT.
Take notice that Walter M.-Nclt. of Billings,
Montana. t'.S A., rnvupation menhant. intends
toapplv fur permission to purchase the following deikvnbed land : commencing at a P����st plane
i��rojiUiswertihoreofUpperVVXietshant] srlbool
lake, and al the northwest corner of Uti ��u��.
thence ��t��t ��� chair-, thenre north *��� chains,
thence east ���� chains, thenc* wuth w chaius to
point of aOSSJMOesaient. and .outalmng iw
acres, more or leas.
Mar .'Sth. 19W7 UaLTEh Mcnim..
.Vot.ee Is hereby given mat �� dayi alter date I
intend to appiv to the Houorat.lc the t hief t om-
raiwioner ofl-and* and Work* lor permission to
purchase the following deac'itel trad of Uud
situate in w*eei EooWMJ di-.-ici: Commencing
at a post planted otvMacer cr.ek. Deer Its ��'on-
fluence wiih ^unimK creek, uiarfct.-. Wi.lints
Barbour's H. W. corner, thence south 40 chslns,
thence east *0 chains, tbenee norih to chains,
thence West*? ehalns to place of commencement.
ilrd May, 1907. WiiXUM Basbuib
Notice is hereDy given mat 00 days alter date I
intend lo apply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to pun:base the following described Und. situate
in West Kootenay district: Commencing ai a
post plant d at the west boundary of Lol �����**��],
and about 10 chains south oi tbe south boundary
of the right-of wr.v of the B. c. Southern rail
way, and marked P. A. P*g soui beast corner,
tht nee west lit" chains, theuce north to the south
boundary of the right-of-way of B. C. Southern
railway, thence following raid boundary of said
right-of-way in an eauterly direction to the west
boundary of Lot 3*J2 Ul* theuce south to place of
commencement, containing 100 acre*, more or
leaa.
Dated this Uth day of June, 1907.
Pail Avovst PaOUOM.
The Hall Mining and SmeltrJ
Company, Limited.
NELSON, B. C.
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay
Tske notice   that   John  Phllbert   of  Nelsoo,
British Columbia, occupation, saloon keeper, in
tends to apply  for permission to purehaae the
following   at>*UlD9d   land:   Commencing   at  a j
post planted on the north bank  Lost creek, and
about two and one ..usrier mites easterly from  I
the junction of Lost creek and Salmon  river. In   j
tbe Nel��ou Und district, thence north 00 chains,  i
thence west CO chains,  thence south 80 chains,  t
more or less, to Lost creek, thence east following
said creek to point of commencement and containing WO acrea. more or less.
Dated June sin, 1907. Johj* Philbiit.
Nelson Lend District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Prank McDonald, of Nelson,
British Columbia, occupation miner, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Lout creek and about one
mile easterly from tbe Juuciion of Dual creek
and Salmon river, in the .Nelson land dlatrict,
tbenee uorth 60 chains. '...���:.��� >��� east 60 chains,
thence soutti 60 chains, thence west 60 chains to
point ol commencement, and containing 3A0
acres, more or leas.
Dated June 5th, 1MV. Pbaick McDokald.
Nelson Laud District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Kdwant Peters of Vmlr, British Columbia, occupation, miner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
described land: Commencing at a pcH. planted
on the north bank of l...��i creek, about three
miles easterly from the junction of Lost creek
and Salmon river, in the Nelson Und dlatrict,
thence north 6o chalni, thence west 6o chains,
thence south 00 chains, more or leas, to Loat
creek, tbenee east following said creek to point
ot commencement, and conulnlng 480 acres,
more or leas.
Dated June .Ub, 1907 Edwabo Pttbbj.
District of Weat Kootenay.
Take notice tbat William David Anderaon, of
Sirdar, occupation bridgeman, Intend sto apply
for permission to purchase tbe following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at tb*
north side of Summit cruek, marked B. W���
theuce north 20 chains, thenee east 40 chains,
thence south 30 chains, thence west 40 chains
to point of commencement.
William Daym Andebhok,
W. J.bcott, Agent
Take notice that Harry Williams of Nelson,
B C, rancher, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the lollowlng deacribed lauds in
West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a poat planted adiacent to tbe
southeast corner of Lot six thousand nine hundred and eighty-live (6985), (troupone (1), In this
district, thence south twenty [.""j chains, tbenct
west one hundred and sixty (lfiO) chains, theuce
north twenty (20) chains, thenre east one band-
red and sixty (160) chains to lha polat of commencement and containing SAi acres, more or
leu.
L'ated the 19tb day of May, 1907.
Habiy Williams.
I, the undersigned, after 60 davs intend to ap-
'"   uda
permission  to purchase the fol
ply to thejlon
and Works for
the Chief Commissioner of Lamcl
towing described land: Commencing at a post
marked R.B.O. situated on the west shore of
!���]'���< an lake, about twenty miles from Hloean city,
thenee nest 40 chains, tnence south 80 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence north along the
shore of lake 80 chaius to point of commencement.
Loeeted May 4th. Bert Shabp,
Bhtck Whits, Agent.
Sixty days after date I purpose niakliigapptiea-
tion to the Chief Commissioner of Lends snd
Works for permission to purchase the following
described land: Commencing at a post placed
at the northwest corner of ,ol 4948CI and marked"!' KcCsSB c-ru* r post," running thenoe
80 chains north thence 80 chains west, thence 80
chains south, theuce 80 chains east. To point ot
commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Dated this Cth day of May, 1907.
(.Signed) Pbtsk Mccyi-looi,
per D, A. HcCoUaM H. Agent.
Sixty days after date 1 intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands aud
Woiksfor permission lo purchase the following
described lauds in West Kooten��y dlitrlct: Com-
menclng at a post planted on the south shore of
Kootenay lake, and adjoining c. P. K. block No.
10, and marked "Tom QordOn I northwest comer*
post," thence south 40 chnlns, thence fast 40
chains, thence north 20 chain*;, mere or less, to
Lake Shore, Ihence we��t 40 chains to point of
commencement
Dated thin 30th of April, 1907.
Tom (ioRwm.
81xty days after date 1 intend to apply to the
Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to pnrensse the following described land in West Kootenay district; Commencing at a post marked A C. li s norlbwest
nomer post, running 40 chains easterly along
the boundary of Timber tiossce KOJaty��,.thence
southerly 60 chains, Ihence westerly 40 rhains
thence northerly b* chains along the C P k'
track to the place of commencement, CooUlnJns
two hundred acres, more or less
located tbls 9th day of May, i����7.
         A.C, BOW, Locator.
����!*W��rr5i *"". rt^* ' intend to apply to the
Hon Chlel Commissioner of Lands xnh Worka
to purchase 80 acres of land located about Smiles
southeast of Burton: lommeii'-lnE at a iwni
planted at the southwest corner of lJ.tB.Cl,Vnd
?oVtheAn-hiii!u0ieri ���wU'eai.t corner, thence
ofbigSniig ' heDCe C,ut " chains to plsoe
Located April 20th, iw, 0.A huntis.
per A. Kiii.ss, Agent.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry (fai
startSeyXco]
Produce, - Prult.
Government Oreaincrr Oiip-Pomul Bricks rwoivod wrakJv fresh fnotji
ohuru.   For sale by till Loading gnxjera.
Office and wantons*: Houston Block,   Phone 79.
Josephine Street. Nelsoo, B.G
Notice Is hereby siren thai 60 days alter date I
intend to apply to the H n n thief Commissioner of
Uudsand Works, Victoria, for permission to purchase the following described laud: �� ommefn'liig
at a post planted on the west side ol Hloean lake
and about two miles norili of Kvali* ereelt, and
marked '.. h. U's soulheaai tonirr post, thence
north following shore of lake 100 chains, thence
westflo chaius, thence uonth bs) chains, thence
east to chains to polut of commencement, 0UO
acres more or less.
Located April 'A), 1901.
Uso B (.abbot, I^x-ator.
Wm.iVloi uh. Affect
Blily days alter date 1 intend to apply to ibe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands andWorks,
Victoria, to 1 irchaae tb following deacrioed
lauds adjoining the Arrow Ukes in West Kootenay: Commencing at a pout planted at the
N. W. corner of J. H. Porter's pre-emption, and
marked K. W's ri. W. corner post, thenceAtcnains
north along lake shore, ihence .Wchains eait.
ihence iW chains south, thenee a chains west to
place of beginning, containing 40 acres, more or
less.
April 18,1VW. Kviltk WATSOSf.
Notice is hereby given that so daysmfier date 1
intend (0 apply to the Hon. Chief < ommlasloncr
of Lands and Works for permission to purr bane
tbe following described tract of land, situate lu
Wett KooWnay district: Commeuclug at a post
planted on Maeercreek. near its coiillueuct with
Summit creek, marked Margaret laoLenehlen'S
N. E. corner' thence south tocbains. them s sTeet
80 lihatns, thence uorth 4orhalns theuce east so
chains to place of commeneement.
23rd May, 1907. Majo.abbt Mi Laiviilax,
                   William Babmoi'b, Agent
Sixty days afterdate I intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of lAuds and
Works to purchase p�� acres ol laud : Coin mend Off
at a post planted on the west side ol 6- M tl.- oreet
on Ibe wagon road about 2U miles from Kooi-
euay lake, end marked Nell McKerhnle's southwest corner post, tbenee west *0 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
south 40 chaina to place of i- .���Inning.
Located this S8rd day of April, !:-���*;
NlII. McKKH.flE.
R. J. ELLIOTT, Agent.
1, the underslgued. after 60 days intend to ap-
ply 10 the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of
Unds and Works to purchase the following described land: Commencing at a poit marked
in. K. C, situate at lhe mouth of Cove creek on
tbe weat shore of Hloean lake, theuce west a)
chains, ihence aoutb 20 chains, thenco west 20
chains, thence south M chaius, thence wesl 40
chains, theuce south 40 chains, thenee east so
chains, thBnce north 80 chaina to point of commencement
Locales' March 27th. 1907.     S. F McNaitqht.
J, the undersigned. Intend alterliodays tospply
to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Uudt-and
Works for permission to nutihajg the followlug
described laud: Commencing at a post marked
T. M. Sharp's ��. E. C, located on ihe west shore
of rilix'su lake, about twelve miles from the dead
of Slocan lake, thence wesl 40 chains, ihence
nortn 4�� chains tbenee east to chains, ihence
south along shore of Hlotan lake to polut of
commeucemeut.
Located May 4th.  T. M.Hhabi-.
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to Hon.
the Chief Commissioner of Und* ami Works for
permission to purchase iho following  described
Uuds lu Kootenay district: Commencing at a
postmarked Bruce Whites N. W. corner post,
situated at the northeast corner of P. K ��> about
a mile east of Hloean river, thenco south *
chaina, thenee west D chains, thenco soulh 60
chains, thenee ess! 40 chains, thenee north 40
chains, ihence esst ID chains, tbenee north to
chains, theuce west 00 chains to point of commencement, containing 440 acres, more or less.
Located Msvchjgth. 1907. IlRit'E Whitk.
I, tbs undersigned, atler CO days luteud to apply to the Honorable the Chief Commtsslouer of
Unds aud Works for perminsioii to purchase the
fol low int land: Commencing al a post marked
s. E C. of Ul I.16H, thence wesl wi chains thence
south A) chains, thence west so chains, thence
south 20 chains, Ihence west 40 chains, thence
��ou:h40 chains, ihence east Bo chains, thenee
north n chains to point oi commencement.
Located March 37th, 1W7.      M. 8. McNaouht,
N. F. McNacmht, Agent.
Blity days after date 1 purpose making application to ih" Hon. Chiaf Commissioner 01 Unds
and Works, for permission to purchase tint following* described Und: Commencing at a post
placed on the west shore of Uwsr Wlmtsliaii
Use, about a W mite from ibe outlet of same,
and marked "H. W's. N.K. corner post,' rtm-
���>ing thence*) chains west, tbenee ��> chains
south, thenre 80 chaina easl, thence Ho chains
north to point of cominencemeni, containing
640 acres, more or less.
Hated ihe 2nd day of May, l!H)7
(Signet) 11. Wabren,
per F  (i. Faiuvuikh, Agent,
Hixiy days iiftcj daw 1 nurpoKc mailing application to the Hon. the Chief CommlsHtntiur of
unds and Works for permission to purchase tho
following described Innd: OommtnoTng at n
post  placed   at tht   northeast  comer of ll. 0*
Ji4B.5w!S  "PP'icatioo   to   purchase   marked
K H s. N. W corner post" thence following the
eastern boundary of said application 80 chains
south, them.- running 80 chains east, thenoutto
chaius north to the southern boundary of h. W.
Ha nn lng ton's application to purchase, thcuce HO
chains west along same to point of comiiieuce-
menticoiiinr-lngfiluaf res, more or less.
Dated 2nd day of May, 1007.
(Signed) R.Snnu.,
PorF.Q. PsuQ.uiSft.Ageut.
I, th" undersigned, after 60 daysmu-stlaj
ply to the Hon. tbe Chief CommfMii>atro.ie
and Vtrrks to purchase tbe fotlnviui d*c
laud:   Cuinmeoclng at Hie N K. 1 ul Isf
0. I., tbenee  west 40 chains, ihence 1
'halus,  thence east 4u chains, tbeaw 11
chains to point of commencemtnt, robttl
acres more or less.
Localod March 2Sth, 1907. V.A.H
sixty '��>*. after date I intend lu ��ip;ii*l
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of UodisT
Works, Victoria, B C, to purchaM 40 ���
land : Commencing at a post planteJst _\
of Nelson's H E. corner post, on Koowisjir
theuce .v chains south, thence wesl Ad''
ihence north 20 chains, thenee rut.****
point of tommciieemetil. _
Nelson, B. c. April 24, ism.     v..'��� > m_
Notice Is hereby given tnaHOdsrisltMiH
iaicnd lo apply to tbe Hon. Chief 0mt*tjr
of Unds and Works for perinlsilon lopu
the following described land in West Soo
district, on west sb'ire nl lower Arrow 1
adjoining Lot No.4i.Ha. on the soiith: BagtS
nt a poat marked "tjarry Mcleod's S.B tf
post and rdanted on the shoreof I/iwer J
Lake, at ihe southeast panel ol Oast Foslsal
UW,  thenc*.  west 30 chslns, thenre f��ttfj
chains more or les* to (hi north ItfUBJtfrsT"
Fullmore's P. K , thenre 2' chalm NItwQ
Bald boundary to lake, thenee nnrthilMf
lake shore 20 chains, more or Itss toff
commencement* ��� "l ���
Mayjnd, 1W7. ..�����������]
Agent tor Hsrry kd-
Sixty days after date 1 Intend W jWl-
Hon the Chief Commissioner of UaUII
Works. Vlciorla, to purchase 1J0 "'"'"J
liH-ated on the west ��ide of Arrow IsleiMft
directly north of Lot '376: CommenHD(��Mj
planted at the S. E. corner ol lot :***��������
isi -H. B. ri. h. corner," and runnmr 1"
chains, thence west a* chains, thenes l
chains, thence west*) rhalus ttetut s_
chains, thence east 40 ehalns to pointeaw
u,uft- ., m I
April 23rd, 1307. Usstha W
J. at.AniABla.sl
Siity darn after date I intend ***friB
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Undi��������"
Victoria,   B.C., Ut purchase the vUm
scribed land, situated lu ihe ^t__ml_\
trict:   Commenolni at a  post W____
west side of  Kootenay  lake. :.��*��� *__*
polut, and marked  J. McKlum^' - *!Lm
post, thence west 80  chains. tl����**b"EB
chaius. tbeace east 80 chains niofiaiaww
Shore, theuce along lake ihoreWP01,lp
nieiicement. , ��� [.***���
Dated April 4,1907, fllgnedJ "(fc^|
Notice is herebyglvcn thai UxIf^M
I Intend to apply lo the Hon. Chief I *___��
of Lands and Works tor permfssleaj'li
the following deacribed tract of )��nJ UJTJM
West kootenay district:    CommitMV^T
planted about one-half mile mirth  __JM
fummli creek, marked  -lean **____7__A
corner, tlwuce east 40 chaius. tBSKSPjj
Chains, thence west 40 chains, lhei.ee**-
chalus tn place of commencement _,,,___%__
23rd May, 1U07 J***!*2l  ^
William \u*n>v*****_
Notice Is hereby glreu that V,1 r���.ffioj
date I intend to apply lo the.."''""'V
Commissioner of Unds and WorMjgE
si..11 to purchase tfaa following '>���".',.'.
land, situated in West Kootonay QP*_li
menclng  al a  j��.st  planted on m������" J
abnul oue-half mile northwr-st from rnrs
edJ.s.MeL'i n B.oorner,thenee��������*J
thetici' south 40 chain-, thence ��'"'*_,
thenee north #)  ehalns lo plsOtOI mm
ment, .        ��� ... rjsfltB
Mrd May, 11W7. '^iKS I
William Bakhoi's, U*__\
Bixty
1. the Chief Commissioner ����� -tj
... ���,r permission to P""'"***"'.*
described land: commencing ��i *J]j_Mm
at the southeast corner of * �� "' .-, *���
appll.atloii to purchase, market1 *�����
corner," running thence ���cWM-JJ"}flM
LP chains east, then<-e Wenalns soOjVJj J
Qhalnj west to point of commencement, cv-p
lpg MO acres, more or lew-
Datc-<l Um nth day of April, .��'���    fmtm��_
PcrF. a.VAViiVii^M^
SUiy .lavs after date   I   pun "'"^'ifll
cutlon to tlie Chlel Commissioner ��' 'Jgf-
Works for '""-mi���"���''>'��� t" 1 "���'������ ��� ��� ���"'���' >
81.1, Jay. .Iter Jal��;l P"'!���.'.'��� ,,?'"&��
..tion to lha BonpraW, a____S_xgw_M
ol Lands and ��mH Icr l*",\lni!%������mM$
a post plaoaJabout one ��� ,ll���l'"Jle ��"<?2
Sllv�� tip I'oliu, on W'ial.ha,, _V_M#_m
lie crook markoil "h.n.O.ll "���-���'��� . d :..-,��l
lllnj! tlieuoo H ulialll. weat to J �� a, a_t
by f h. ICimnion.t. a* agent, ho J��� ��� _W
norm, iheureUrhalna '""'��� l���? ossulSt
south to point ol eommenmincn',
840 aero*, more or It'*"*. IQn7 _
Dalod thoDlh d.y ol AprH, '*l70 luuinSS
Per r. 0. faioow^l'i'i-jr
����r d����* ��lt*ld*t*I���������fsAJUati! *S
Hon. fthlol t:ora,nls��l';nor "'   ,���,�� un jf'JS|
10 pnrohaH MO aero, ol l*Jd, ma* ,�����
slilo of Arrow lako.��buult�� mi 7h.a.t��JJ|
CuinmeiietiiK at n uo.t plan''',' ��J ,���. rorM'KB
of L 06-n, and nurkod v ���,,,'' ,ouih S*JH
runnltiR e*al W ohalns,l "f���,���ili *'"SI
thenoe wosl M ohain.|Jj"!",urta *&*m
thoneo anal �� ehain*. theoea uon. P
plaeo 61 hef Inn In*.   __, nkui��t-,     I
Burton, April*d,8OTiBt)��TOiiM,��l. )ominion Day Celebration!
TWO GALA HAYS
Base Ball
TRAIL       KA8LO       NELSON
���
Caledonian Sports
Foot Ball
COAL   CREEK    VS.   NELSON
���
ecial
ttes
I
Cricket
VERNON   VS.   NELSON
Lawn Tennis
Lacrosse
VANCOUVER   VS.  NELSON
Music
by the
Nelson
City
lilways
Pony Races
Gun Club Tournament
Log Rolling
Band
���
Launch Races
Fire                   Firemens'
Works           Tournament
���
Ml
B.C.
Prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
lhe BACON We Sell
: Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and Smoked.   Our Hams Are
Excellent  Also.    All  Are Canadian -', >
Goods.   Pure L:;rd in All Sizes.
P. Barns & Co., Ltd.
INEL^ON, B. O
TIMBER NOTICES.
I District District of West Knotetiny
i"- thai John I'hllbert, of Nelson.
utnbtaV, saloon keep- r, Inii'iids to
specie! timber license over tbe fob
ritted Iittnl-: CaininenelitK at a post
it three uilU-s up the Arst rich I
h of Loit CTSck ��ntJ about five miles
I in a wutbeutorif direction from
n of said '.out creeS and the south
ik.ii river in the Nelson land district,
ih 80 Chslns, ihcnee oast ��' chains,
! BO chalni*. theme west 80 chains to
immi TM'i'iiioiii,   and   containing M0
S'i Jiiiit- Will, 19)7.
John I'hii.hkkt.
Und DlstricL District of West Kootenay
Dotlcc th.a John 1'hllbert, Ol Nelson,
('���luinhls, saloon aeuper, Intends U
or h hpticlal timber 11 re u tie over the fol-
(lescrlbsd lunds: Coiinm-wlug M s post
lonihu north side of Lout creek ��limit
les dlhtant and In an easterly dircclion
belunotlonol Lost creek ami the south
BaUnon river In tlie Nelson land district,
fstHo ehnin , thence south HO chains,
Jt ho chains, thence north ��l ehulna
>f commencement, and ctnuuining i>w
re or IOCS
line 12Ul, 1907. John PllU-liKST.
1 Land District. Dlstrletof West Kootenay
"tic that John Phiibert, ol Nelson,
oliimbin, saloon keeper, intcu<is to
" iMfllal timber lleense over the fol-
���vrlbed lands:  Connitnolni nt a *>*�����.
���li 'lie north side of Lost (Tick about
i distant nnd In an easterly direction
' jinn-lion hi Mini Unit creek and the
k of Salmon river Hi the Nelion Und dis-
ice w ���) hOfhaius, thenco south IWclialns
��,,, fc-.ihnt.is, thence north SO chums lo
commencement, a��d eonuiiiing frio
IflJlltii��� l2tli,'li*J7. JOHS I'HILBCRT.
Land;District. District nl West i-'ooleimy
_. n?��ce thai John I'hllbert, of Nelson,
w�� ' oliimliia. saloon keeper. Intends to
_ speclsj timber license ever lhe fol*
|i' d-iiTiii,*,! mnils: Commcneltis at b post
.one and one-bull tulles up the tlr.t rttilil
branch of Un..reek, aud -.limit (our miles
��� ��nd In Hsouttieasterly dlreetloii from the
'"i pi rnid i.ont e eek an l the south fork of
" rlvt-r in the N.-lson land district, thence
viOhalna. tbonoc east SO chnlns, thenco
"> chalni. thence west ro chains to point
 "fluent   nnd   .imiiahiliix tHO acres,
rlr-i
uneUth. 1907,
John I'iui hkkt.
Notice Is hereby nlven that M days from date
I intend toapplv uithe Hon (;iileft'ommisnioner
of Lands and works for a special license to cut
and earry sway timber from the following deer.bed lands In West Kootenay district:
Comnieticitig at a post planted on tbe north
bank of io Mile creek, about one mile and a half
from Hloean lake, marked K Strand's northwest
corner post, thenee east 160 ehalns. Uu nre south
to chains, thence west iw> chains, theuce north
40 chains to point of comnieneemcnt.
Dated this 21st day ol March, 1K>7.
K. eTESHD, Locator.
p" Und District. Dlstrletof West Kootenay
" notlee that Fohn Pllberl, ot Nelson,
11 ��� ohiinliia. snlnon keeper, imcn-ls to
lor a H|<ueiHl Mm her lieiiuse over the fol-
Rdosorlbod lands; Commsnoin| at a poit
��� about two miles up the riiihi lim-l
'uu Dost ereek and atinut Imir mile' 3lS*
Jhd in u snuilH'Hslerly diVcctton from lhe
'"' .it en |d LoHtiruuk and the south fork
"linn river in tho Nelson land district,
';"'iJtli no ehalns, thence east SO chains,
<��� north Ho eliaiiiM, then- b west HJ ehalns to
oi noannonoeinontj and i:oiiialntii��a' MO
moreorlws,
M June lath, 1001. John Phii.hsrt.
a Land District, District ol Welt Koo'ctmy
o notlos that John Philbe t of Nelson,
js ii oiumhla, saloon keeper, Intends tp ap-
W. r " sptK-iiil timber licence over the fol-
. ,. ii'Neribed lands: Commencing at a
11'innteii on the north si le of l-osl creek and
ir miles distant and ln an easterly
Imm Mm Junction of paid Lost creek
tt��i.,i'i! . .",rlt "' s'L-"inn river in the Nel-
���an diHirut, ihcneft.ail At. chains, thonce
��� i a eiatiH, thence west no chalni, thenco
',, .ilo. 1H ,'!th0 P��la< *��' cotiiniencoineut
ml . i��� ''.V!10 RSE1*! ni"��- or less,
fled June lath, Ifl!,?. John PtttU*B��.
ft I  iL.J)0.rob.y 8[Jon. tbai thirty dnyi alter
IrU H"'"Hl,nu"r '" "Wdl and Works at
TviiLii',,v.!".,or,a "PWile' MeMisctocut and
Hsin vf,   . i^,r(n'm ,n" .ollowiiiKdesorll.ed
1 Ik t t.a���K,i,,,l"n"f' ,,tH,ll,,t: ComSenotni
K;ftL^K.^a "!' 'nowsst bank ol Htnclter
uu innV/u,1 ,,,lllHi ihence west HO elisliis,
eof ,, ���,'ll,,,,lf'- llu'"���(��� ont-t H�� chains to
is i, i,"mi""��'��ment.
^Odlh|rtlltl1(|liyl,f.I,lni,,pl,r7<
u. Q, OUrk, Locator,
D, Booth, Agent,
Nelson Land District. Dlstrletof West Kootenay.
No, 1 ���Take notice loat UeorKc A. Laurie, of
('reslott, R O.. luiiiborman, Intends to apply for
a special timber licence o*er the following described lauds:
CoiiimonciiiK sit a post planted about one mile
south of thu Lick cablu, ou tne Lick cabin trail,
on Inotiakt ln creek, thence north HOchalns,
thcuce cast 80 chains, thence south HOchalns,
thence west BO chains to the point of commencement and eoiitalnlng 610 acres, more or less.
May 1st, 1W7. (ito A. Uunis.
NeDon Und District. District of West K ootcnay.
No. 2���Take notice that fleorge A Laurie, ot
Creston, B. C, lumberman, intend toapplv for a
special timber licence over tbe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about one mile
mi,nil ol the Lick cabin, on the Lick cabin trail,
on Inonakltn trees, thence south HO chains,
thence easl HOchalns, thence north 80 chains,
thence west HOehalo* to the point ol commencement and containing tVIO acres, more or lees.
Ma) 1st, 1U07. titO. A. I-aibik.
Nelson Lnnd District   Dlstrletof West Kootensy.
No-S-���Take notice that W. H. I'age, of Fire
Valley, D. <-'., cruiser, intends to apply for s>
..puvial limber licence over the following described lauds:
Commencing ut a post planted about one mile
south ol tbe Liclc cabin, on the Lick cabin trail,
on Inonaklln creek, thenoe south so chains,
thonce west 80 chains, thence north H0 chains,
thenoe oast HO chains to the point of commencement and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Mav 1st, HW7. W. II. 1'aoi, locator.
Gko. A. La oris, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District ol Wost Kootenay.
Uo. 4���Take notice that \V. II. Page, ot Fire
Vallny, B.C., cruiser, intendi toapidy (or �� special
timber   licence  over   the   following described
Commencing at a post planted about one mile
south of thu Lick cabin, on the Lick cabin trail,
on Inonaklln creek, theuce north 80 ehalns,
llieiiee went HO chains, thenee aouth HOchalns,
Ihence cast Hi) chnius io the point of commencement and containing MO acr; s, more or less.
Mai- 1st, 1807. W. II. PAOli Lorator.
(ISO. A   Unm;, Agent.
Nelson Uud District   Dlstrletof West Kooicnay.
No.a-Ttke notice that George,A, Laurie,of
Ureston. B.0 ^umbermsn.lntenn*] m apply for a
special Umber license over lhe following dos-
erlbcd lands:
C.nniiien'liigata post planted about one mile
Honlli audoiie mile west, of lhe Lick cabin, on
ihe Lick ('ab)n trail, on Inonnkiin creek, thonce
west HO chslns. thence north 80 chains, thence
oast Hilchiilt.K, thenee south ta)chains tn tho point
nlcummomomeutand containing 6'O^creB, more
'"May 1st, 1H07 0��o. A. UUMS.
Nelson Land District. District oi West Kootenay.
Ko 0-Take notice that neorge;A. Lnurlo.of
Creston, It. C , lumberman: intends to apply for
a speciitl timber liccuBcovsr tho following del-
erilied lands: ,    , ,.
Oommenolng at a post planted about one mile
south and mm mllo west of th') Lick caDtn, ou
the Lick Olbln trail, on Inonaklln creek,  hence
west 80 chains, thonoe nouth M tthuui thence
cast 80 chains, thence north ho ohUhl, tc.the
point of ccmmfmcemcnt and containing 6*0
acres, more or less, _
May 1st, 1907 Ono. A. Lsimit,.
Nelion land DlstVlct. District of Wost Kootenay.
No.7.-Takeiinllce that Oeorgo A. Laurie, of
Cre" on, B. C, lumberman, intends to spply for
a special timber license over the following des-
" nlmilienctuK at ��� posi planted slamt one
ninr i o a illeln at easterly direction from
1 A cat I. on nouaklin eieck, theuce south 10
iVliait h I mice cost 1W) chains, theiice north 40
el-' c   vest 1W chslns to the polut of
"uayliMW. USO,A.LAVWi.
The Daily Canadian
FINEST ONJONTINENT
Appreciation of Canadian Rockies��� Described as the Switzerland of
America.
Sir William Mulock points out that
Switzerland, a country with a population or 5,000,000 people, has no Indua-
trfflfl worth speaking of, and that it practically "lives on ItB scenery." Sir William, on his recent trip to the West,
wus much Impressed with the scenic
beauties of BrlUil Columbia, and hy the
iiiimense pus.,-hi .ties of tourisL trade
there.
That Western Canada Is a fair rival
to epic Swltzedrland, worn old by the
feet of centuries of beauty seekers, is
a HtiuiiKe idea to many of our country
men who are within coirfparatlvely easy
access of ll.
But there is a certain group of tho
hitman fumily which has its representatives In all times and countries, a
group whose individuals have the pioneer spirit and who respond hy inHtinct
to the strange challenge of high places,
These are "tho mountain cllnthers,"
professional and amateur. To some of
these who have written with enthusiastic sympathy we owe brilliant gllnipBea
or the wonderland known as the Canadian Rockies.
One of the most adventurous of such
spirits, who haB also the gift of graphically communicating his impression is
Mr. .lames Outran,. In his book which
grew out of his camping and climbing
there, ho presents a vivid picture which
gives even a casual render a thrill for
"the. heart  of the Canadian Heckles.'
Me turns from a reminiscence of
Switzerland to say: "Hut though Its
scenery is unchangingly beautiful nnd
the familiar Alpine monarohs retain
forever the affection* of the mountaineer, yet his bouI will crave���and rightly
so���the chief joy of lhe climber'B ambl-
Ko 1. Notice la hereto given that SO days
after date I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner, ot I-t.ii.! atti Works, for a special
license to cut aod ram limber from the (oilow-
iiiK d'-MTihi'd Uii-1- sHuated on the southeast
fide of Balmon riv,r. in the district of West
Kootenay: Commencing al a post placed a twit
���Ai) yards west of Rose U��( creek marked "B. M.
Kecvcs's northwest corner," thence HO chains
nouth, tbenee SO chains east, thence 80 chains
north, thence HO chalni west to place of corn-
men cement.
Located on the Uth day of June, 1K07.
It  M. RSBVaU, Locator.
No. 2, Notice Ih hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner, of Lands and Works, for a special
license to cut and carry Umber from tbe following described lauds situated en the southeast
ride Of the Balmon river, in lhe dlstrletof West
Kootenay: Commencing at a post phvied about
AU yard* west of ROM Leal creek, marked "K M.
Boeyes'i No. 2 south west corner,'* thence t��
chains north, thence B0 chalni east, thence 80
eluins south, thenee SD chains weat to place ol
commencement ____
bowled on theiruh day of June, 1907.
"' - R. M. KlEvis, Locator.
Notice is hereoy given that 80 dari alter date I
luteud to apply to the Honorable the Culet Com-
missi.'iner of Lauds aud Works for a special
Ueense to cut snd carry away timber from the
followlug described taudi In Weat Kootenay district;
Location No. 1 -Commencing at a post planted
on the south bank uf BI icborry creek, aboui
four miles up the creek from railway track,
iiuiiic 120 chains east, thenoe w1 chains south,
Ihence to chains west, thenee -to chains north,
thence An Hiatus west, theuce 40 chaius north to
���mint of commencement.
April sth.iaoB.
Location No ".���Commencing at a p/ist plnnted
at th** northwest comer of Location No 1, theuce
tio chains wi'it, tt-encvr �����) chiiiiH north, thence
40 chains east, tbenee 40 chains south, thence 80
chains west, thcuce 4u chaius aouth to point of
comment-era cut*
April 6th, 1906.
Location No 3 ���Commencing at a post planted
120 chains west of northeast corner of Location
No. 2, thence 40 chalm south, thence 120ehains
east thence 80 chains north, theuce 40 chains
weit, uu net' 40 chains south thence 90 chains
west to point of commencement.
April etb.lWK. _ _   __
KaUfEiT W. Robinson.
Notice is hereby given that��) days alter date 1
intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands snd Works, Victoria,
lor permission to cut aud carry away limner
from the following described lands, ln West
Kootenay :
N0 i.���commencing at a post planted on the
southwest corner of surveyed lot No. 72itl Ul,
theuce cast 40 chains, thence north 80 cbalm,
thence eaat to the southeast corner of aald lot,
ihence north to the norlheasi corner ol said lot,
thence east to the west boundary of pre eruption
No 69-', thence south to the north boundary of
timber licence No. 8518, thence west along the
said boundary io the northwest corne.1 es said
license, thonce south to the north boundary of
limber ilc-.nse No. 7018, thence weat to a point
due south of commencement, thence north to
place of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or leu __.
Dated May IWtb, 1907. -   _   _
P, A  PaU'WON, Locator.
J, A. Bullivak, Agent.
No.2���Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of surveyed lot No. 722101,
thence south to the northern boundary of limner license No. 701H, theuce west to the nortn-
west corner of said timber license, thenoe south
to the northern boundary of lot No, 8i2, thence
following said boundary of said lot west to the
rlirht of way ol tbe B. C. Southern Hallway,
thence following said right-of way in a north-
easterlv direction to place ol commencement.
Dated May 2Mb, 1907.
P A Paulson, Locator.
J. A.BU1.L1VAN. Agent. 	
Notice is hereby given ttiat SO days alter date 1
Intend lo apply to the Uflnorablo the Chief Commissioner of Landi and Works, Victoria, tor a
special licenBP to cut and ca-ry away timber
Irom tbe following described land In lhe district
of Went Kootenay:
Commencing at a post about seven miles (rom
t|n> month of summit creek, In a westerly Three-
Hon, marked U M Penny's northeast corner
post, thenc 80 chaina west, thenee 40 chalm
miiith, tlience 40 chains west, thence 40 chnlns
south, ihence 80 chains tast, thence 4o cbalm
north, thence 40 chains ca.st, Ihence 40 chains
north to point of commencement.
IxjcatcfMay7tb,lW>7. ���
(J. M ItRNNV, Locator,
AHOIIS CURRIE. Agent.
Notice is hereby olvon that thirty days attcr
dale 1 intend toapply to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of T-ends and Works, Victoria, for
perminrditn to cut and carry away timber from
the Pillowing described lands: Commencing at
a post mumed No. 1, E. Klnux, and planted at
the nortlieaat corner of Lot 3688 C. I' K. block,
near tho west fork of Kettle rlvor, Yale district,
B. C, thence running 80 chains east, 80 chains
south. 80 chains west, 80 chains north to point of
eomraencement.
Paled April 27th, 1907.
No. 2,���Commencing at the northeast corner of
No. 1, theuce running cast 80 chalm, thenco
south 80 chalni, thenee west 80 chains, thenoe
north si chalas to point of commencement.
Dated April 27,1907.
No. 3 ���Commencing at a point about one half
mile weit of the northeast corner of C P. It.
Illook No, 8638. thence ruunlng north 80 chalm,
thence wost 80 ehalns, theuce south 80 chains,
thenoe esst so chains to point of commencement.
Dated April 29th, 1907.
No 4.���Commencing at the northeast corner
of No. 3, tbenee Tunnlns north 80 chaim, thence
went 8" chalni, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated April 29.h, 1.107
No (..���Commencing at a post planted north of
Conkling oreek, near west line of C. P. It. Bloek
No. 270i, tbonce running weat 80 chains, thenee
nouth wi chalim, thence east 80 chalm, thenee
north 80 chains tc point of commencement.
Dated May 1st, 1907. K. Kiopx, Locator.
tlon, a first ascent.' He turns most
naturally, therefore, to the great continent of America, where he expects to
find plenty of new things and generally
finds them on the largest scale. The
United States, with its enormous area
and limitless array of Nature's mightiest works and treasures, might well expect to possess some counterpart to
Kurope's pleasure-ground. Hut, hunt
as we may amid the upland solitudes
of Colorado's sea of lofty mountains,
the noble peaks and canyons of the
California Sierras, or lhe Icy fastnesses
of mi. Shasla and the Cascade Kange,
Ihe mors closely they are studied, the
more inlrinni<:ally are they found to
differ from Switzerland. Bach contain;-,
some of the splendid features that are
all comhfned within tho scanty limits
of the little European Republic, hut the
wondrous glacial fields, the massing of
majestic -ranges, the striking Individuality of each great peak, the forest
areas, green pasture lands, clear lakes,
and peaceful valleys are nowhere found
hnrmoniouHly blended on the western
continent until the traveller visits that
section of the Rocky mountains which
lien within the wife domain of Canada.
"Following the Continental watershed from Colorado northward, the
ranges of Montana begin to display the
characteristic features which culminate
in the Switzerland of the Western Hemisphere. The rounded or gabled summits here give place to broken pinna-
Hi*.-, precipices rise ln frequent grandeur, enormous seas of Ice pweep from
the Alpine heights Into the verdant heart
of pine and spruce-clad valleys, gemmed
with emerald and turquoise lakelets.
and silvery waterfalls and sparkling
rivulets unite In producing a series of
absolutely perfect mountain pictures.
Two variations from the Kuropean
prototype are certainly conspicuous.
The one, that in this country of superlatives the ranges and peaks are multiplied tenfold. The area is vastly larger
and the mountains are more closely
packed together, but, as a consequence,
the individual peaks, with some notable
exceptions, are scarcely so strikingly
characteristic as their Helvetian relatives. The other obvious difference lies
In the wildnesg of the Rocky mountain
region. Except where the railroad, with
Its intruding wheel of civilization, has
caused the springing up of one or two
small hamlets and an occasional section-
house, even along the highway of transcontinental traffic there Is but little
sight of man. The graceful chalet, the
climbing herd of cattle, the musical
tinkle of whose bells chime faintly
through the distance, the sturdy tolling
peasant, here are not. Nature alone
holds sway, rugged and wild and beautiful. And yet the seeker of these
temples of Nature, whether to worship
from afar or to explore the strenuous
foot the innermost recesses of the wooded valley or the topmost pinnacle of
some white summit, whence a bewildering panorma of matchless mountain
scenery Is unfolded before his delighted
gaze, need not endure a single privation
or discomfort in his quest. In all the
luxury of modem sleeping cars the
traveler is rapidly transported into the
very heart of the mountain world. Much
of it may be enjoyed without, passing
from the sight and sound of the great
railroad artery, where charming hotels
and rustic chalets keep him ln comfort
during his stay and combine with the
unsurpassed scenery to lengthen It to
the utmost limit.
"But to view the grandest mountains
and obtain the finest climbs, It is necessary to camp out for a short or long
period, as the mode of life Is one of the
most delightful of experiences, the necessity enhances the pleasure of one's
holiday. It adds to all the varied
charms of scenery a free and healthful
life, long journeys through primeval
forests, scented with the sweet fragrance of the balsam-fir".
Of Banff, Mr. Out ram says: "Banff
Is a place for leisure rather than the
strenuous life. Pleasant drives and
rides and walks abound; the river invites laziness in a canoe, and many a
delightful hour may be spent amongst
the shallow lakes or threading the narrow waterways amidst the trees and
bushes. Weird little Sundance Canyon,
the wooded valleys of the Spray, Lake
Mlnnewanka, and various minor altitudes can easily be reached by rail, and
the Hot Springs demand a visit and a
swim In the warm aerated depths."
To Lake Louise Mr. Outram took a
friend one day and heard from the
friend the comment: "I have travelled
in almost every country under heaven,
yet I have never seen so perfect a picture in the vast gallery of Nature's
masterpieces as you have brought me
to this afternoon."���Toronto Saturday
Night.
AN IMPRESSIVE BUSINESS 8UIT
Some  Gentlemen  Prefer  the   Cutaway
to the Negligee Sack.
The load!ng# cutaway coat for this
season is one of the most pleasingly
artistic garments ever designed by that
master of designing, the president of
tho Semi-ready company. To some
business men the sack Is too negligee
for propriety, and the cutaway frock,
with or without the heavy hip Haps,
meets their requirements.
The Semi-ready coat has the handsome rolling collar, with wide lapels
and blunt peaks, which Is a distinctive
feature of the season's styles. While
these suits are sold In the (20 lines,
most gentlemen prefer the $25 values ln
the flnor West, of England worsteds.
Nelson Land Dint net.   Dlntrtct of West Kootenay,
Notice In hereby given that thirty .lays alter
date I, J. I*. Bwcduere, of Nelunn, ft. C , minor,
intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief Commit.-
Blotter of Lands and Worki, at Victoria, for a
Mcelal licenie to out end carry a��ay timber
from the followine deacribed lands, iituated on
summit oreek, In the Went Kootenay dlitrlct:
No. L���t ommenclng at a poet marked J- P. S'i
timber limit, oorthcait corner poit, located ou
weit lork of Summit creek, about 2 mi-ei from
main creek, thence running south 8/ chalua,
thence running weit 40 chaim, thence running
north 40 chains, thenee west 40chaius, thenee
north tu chalm, theuce run nine eaat 40 chalm,
theuce running aouth 40 chalni, thence eaat 40
chaius to place of commencement.
Dated thla 8th day of June, 1907.
J. P. BwibDRRu, Locator.
Na. 2.���Commencing at a poit marked J. P. H'a
timber limit, northwchi corner poat, located on
west fork ntHuramltcrcot, about two in lies from
main creek, thonce runulng south 80 chalm,
thence running east 80 chalni, thence running
north 80 chains, thence running weit 80 chaina
to pla -e of commeucemeut
Dated the 5th day of .Juue, 1VW7.
J. P. Bwidhlvj, Locator.
Queen's Hotel
Baker 8u*st. Kelson. B. 0.
Lighted by Elootrtcitj- and
Heated by Hot Air
BATI8 12 FEB DAY
Large and (lomtortable Bedrooms and First.
olassDlnln. Koom.  Bemple Kooma for Commercial  Mm
MBS. t. O.CI.AKKK.  Proprietress
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room Is.unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. KRICKHON, Proprietor
Telephone, 260.   Opposite Court House
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Tfemont House
Bnropean and American Plan
Meals 28 eta.  Booms Irom M ots. to 11
Only White Help Implored.
MALONK  * TKEGILLTJS
Baiter Bt., Kelso* Ptoptlatort
Battlett   House
OEO. W. BAKT1.KTT,
Proprietor.
Best DolIar-a-Day House ia Nelson.
The Bar la the finest.
White Help Only Employed.
loeephlne St.
Royal Hotel
MBA WILLIAM BOBBBTS,
raoFBimutaa.
Rates tl and (1.60 a Day.
Special Rate* to Regular Boarder*.
Athabasca
Saloon*
CORNER
BAKER AND
KOOTENAY
STREETS.
Most comfortable quarter, In Nelson
Only the best of Liquors and clg.ra.
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN   IVENS        JNO.   PHILBERT
A. McDonald & Co*
WHOLESitLE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries
Batter, Egge.
Oamp and Miners' Supplies.
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Tenders adrtreued to the ondorslened, at bis
ofllce, lo tbe Court House, ln the City of Nelaon,
will be received up to the hour of Jive o'clock,
in the afternoon, of Friday, June 28tb. 1907, for
the puichase ot the "Tamarae Mineral Claim,"
Lot 880!, Group 1, Kootenay dlitrlct, which It
declart-d to be forfeited to the Crown, at the tax
rale, held ln the city of Neleou, on tbe 6th day of
November, 1906, for delinquent taxes ap till
June 3-!tb. I'JOS, and costs.
The upset price upon the said mineral claim,
wht'jh includes the amount of Ofllnquent taxes
and coats at the time of forfettUK, wltb interest,
taxes which have since accrued, costs of advertising, and fee for Crown Grant (126.00) li $1x0.90,
which is the least amount that will be considered as a tender.
Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque for the full amount of the tender,
payablo to the order of the Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works, at Victoria, B. 0., at par
Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 29th day of May,
1907. HABRY WRIGHT.
Government Agent. Nelson, B.C.
NOTICB
Notice Is hereby given that tho Wattsburg
Lumber company has applied to His Honor the
Lieutenant Governor ln council, under tbe provisions of the "Rivers and Streams Act," for the
right to Improve Rykcrts creek. In the district of
West Kootenay, British Columbia, by removing
the obstructions therefrom and straighten tug
tbe banks thereof, and to construct dams, booms,
elides and chutes, and make such other Improve-
mentH as may be necessary for the driving and
rafting of Iokp and theliuming of timber tfaeraon
Tne lands to be affected are guverment lauds and
Lota tftl and 'ivj, Group 1, Kootenay district, and
tbo tolls that arc proposed to be charged, If any,
are such as may be tl xed by a Judge of the county
court ot West Kootenay.
Dated this *t7tb day of Uarch, A, I). 1907.
WATTSBURG LUMBER CO.
NOTICE
In the matter ot an application for the issue of
a duplicate of the Certificates of Title for Lots 11
and 12, Block IM, Town of Sllverton (Map 674);
the south \4 of Lot 8, Block S, Town of New Denver-arid l.ot \, Block *1 and lot 8, Block itH,
McUilli v ray's Addition to New Denver (Map i*T��7);
Notlco In hereoy given tttat It In my intention
to Issue at the expliatlon of one mouth from the
the Ilrst publication hereof duplicates nf the
Certificates of Title to the above described lands
in the name of Henry Sheran and Harry Sheran,
which Certificates are dated the 17th Jimc, 1899,
the ��th of October, 1891, theiHrd Julv, 1896, and
tbe 19th January, 1898, respectively, and are
numbered 3tUlK,lMt7A,782C and S8itK, respe?-
lively
H. F. MacLEOD,
District Keglstrar
Land Registry Office. Nelson, BV
29th. May. 1907
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application lor the issue of
a duplicate of tbe Certificate of Title lor Lots
10 anil 17, Block i-ti, Town of Nelson.
Notice Is hereby given that It is my Intention
to Issue at the expiration of one mouth after tho
first publication hereof a duplicate of thu Corltfl-
cate of Title tor the above Lots in thu naiuoof
Frances K.Day, which Ccrtltlcato Is dated the
19th Ht-p-.embur, 1899, Hml numbered 23&OK.
Land Registry Ofllce, m-1m.ii, B.C., 16th June,
1007. H. F. MiuLKOI),
DlBtrlct Keglstrar.
We have five desirable residences for sale. Call and make
us an offer for all or any of these
properties.
Brydges* Blakemore & Cameron* Ltd.
1 **+*+++++*'
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3 Improved Ranches Fo* Sale
On Kootenay Outlet, between Nelson and
Procter.  Choice locations.   For particulars
inquire
T. Q. PROCTER
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
MADDEN BLOCK, WARD ST.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have i 0,000 Acre,
of the
Choicest Frait Laads tn
British ColtMiiMa.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,    -    Nelson, B. C.
We Have For Sale One of the Prettiest Homes In
Nelson, Sttoated In Fairview, Clote to the Car Line
Large 7-room hou**. Stem* foundation and flretelaat collar. Complete water *y*t*m. 10 lot* under cultivation and planted In large, tearing fruit tree*.   Thi* I* a map.   For particular* apply to
STUBBS  &
FRUIT LANDS
REAL ESTATE
Fire Valley Fruit Lands
We offer 180 acre* of Ant clas* (elected level fruit land In th* famoua
Fir* Valley Di*trlct, adjoining a highly cultivated property. Good water supply. Well located. Fruit grown in thi* dlatrict ha* secured ceverat flrat
prize* at Nelson and Winnipeg Fair*. Fine fiihlng and hunting. Oood transportation and markets.
Price en bloc $20 pet acre.    Toms 1-4 Cub,' balance o, 12 and 18 months
WE WILL 8ELL TWENTY-ACRE  BLOCKS AT 13000 PER ACRE.
Kootenay Land & Investment Co,
INEUSOIN, B. C.
ALAN BLOCK. WARD ST.
Phone 147.        P. O. Box 44a
FRUITVALEI
GOOD SOIL
NO 8TONE8
EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION (Dally Train*.)
ABSOLUTE TITLE
EVERY TRACT SURVEYED
EVERY   TRACT   ACCESSIBLE
EASY TERMS
Something for th* practical man.
Just Investigate!���That I* All we
ask of you; and you owe that much
to yourself.
Kootenay Orchard
Association
WARD ST.   -   NELSON, B.C.
NOTICE
Notice 1- hereby given that thirty dart alter
uio I ti.u-.i i to apply to the Hour*! of Licence
CnniinlHRlouen for tne Vmlr dintrust lor a tram-
lor nf the Ueenco held hymc lor the Fort Bhep-
pa-il hotel to K. Adtu.
(S!gm-d) A   U. HHIELLkU.
Waneta, B.��.:.. May lit, lam.
Canadian
Pacific
railway
Summer Excursion
*���*��� Rates Eaist
From Nelson $52.50
To Winnipeg, Fort Arthur.
St Paul. Duloth. Sioux City
Chicago 164.00 Montreal SS4.00
Toronto $78.50 St. John 1.4.00
St. Lout* ��60.00 Ottawa W2.S6
New York S100.00 Boston $86.50
Halifax 4101.80
On Sale July 3, 4,5.   Aojust 8. 9,10.
September II. 12, 13.
First Class Round Trip, 90
Days Limit.
Corresponding reduction* from all
Kootenay point*. Tickets available for
lake route Including meals and berth*
on lake steamers. Through rate* quoted
to any station In Ontario, Quebec or
Maritime provinces on application.
X. J. OOTLE, J. 8. OAKTKR.
A.G.P.��..V��ncouTer. D. p. A., Nelaon
w. a. atL,i*ETT
Contractor and
BuHdtvr.
Sole agent lor the Porto Rioo Limber Co., Ltd..
retail yardn. Rough and drotted lumber, turned
work end bracket*, Ooeat lath und ehluglee, Nil
and doom. Cement, brink end lime lor Mlt.
Automatic grinder.
Yart aud factory-: Vernon St.. eutol Hall
NBUttON,  B. G.
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for $2.75 J
Hotel Strathcona
Bet Lcatei Hotel le Nclwn
A partrnt ul- Elegant.    Cuisine Choicest
Civility and CleanllneH.
Supervised ly proprietor and wife.
ICI   ON   PARLE   FRANCAIS
BellTradingCo*!
Till stop? will bo Closs.1 Every ThOISdlT ���
Afteruooa in June, July and Aii.um      #
NOTICE
PJjnNISa ASH 'ir.AFTI.SU carefully auend
<S to Apply
HARRV WILLIAMS,
rtilT��r Kin. H.,��*>1.
Old Curiosity Shop
If yon want to buy or sell anything,
CO to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now ou sale
���Ul kinds of Dlnnerware ln stock. Pattern*.
See Us
For Good Fntit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & <��
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
SAMUEL A. WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
Ail Kinds of Heating Plants in Stock.
SANITARY PLUMRIKG.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooera House.     Tel. 181.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Bnilder  will find it to their ad-
viotage to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean.
lng Stove*, etc.
JACKSON  RADCLIFFE,
111 Eaat Baker St. Phone No. A114
Three Show Cases
and Two Counters
FOR SALE
W. cA. THURMAN,
f obacconist.   Baker Street.
E. H. Ilurden. Fredericton; G. F.
Weir, Traii; H. S. Wallace. Rossland:
\V. F. UuHols. Arlington Mine: A. G.
Donohue. Vancouver: R. S. Smith. C. G.
Hlais. Procter; C. Bleed, Phoenix; Mr.
ami Mrs. Gaier, Coleman; A. C. Flunier-
felt, Victoria; I.. A. Campbell. Rossland.
Cor. Varnon and Ward ����tra����t��,
NELSON.   H. C.
J. FRED HUME, Proprietor.
H. G. Pooler, \V. J. Brown. Toronto:
Q. \V. Meyers, New York: W. Rogers.
.Montreal; J. II. Foley. Slocan; J. Henry,
Ainswurth: U. McPherson, Vancouver;
W. II, Harris. Ilrantford; J. A. Dins-
more, Grand Forks: A. Townsend, Slocan; T. Thomson. Nova Scotia; D. Nicholson. Montreal; F. Ostler, Bonnfngton;
A. Lleutl'ody. Duniwo; J. Leslie. Leth-
bridge; J. Francis. Michel; E. Shanton,
Calgary: R. H. Zavltz and wife. F.
Gordon, R S. Draggett. wife and child,
Vancouver; H. Hinde. Calgary; R. L.
Trow and wife. Hosmer; M. McKlnney.
Boston: R. H. McKee, Armstrong; J. A.
Kinney, Castlegar.
QUEEN'S
A. Dontenwell. Bishop of New Westminster: P. B. Newklrk, Tacoma: O. N.
Winlaw, Winlaw; S. S. Fraser. Procter;
J. liradshaw, G-?��d Forks; C. Bourke.
13-Mile; Mrs. Muscloee, Vancouver; G.
P. Hart, Toronto.
BARTLiTT.
E. C. North, G. Reld. Ainsworth;  T.
McMillan, Poplar; J. A. Price, Kaslo.
GRAND  CENTRAL.
G. Holmes. Procter; A. Clark, Har-
ro|i; T. Weldon. J. Baker, L. T. Hurray.
SpoKaue; H. Voiyer, Quebec; S. A.
Reld. Senilis; W. P. Law-son. G. Rennie.
Movie: E. p. Soulhworth. Harrop; W.
Carruthers, Wcta.kimin.
ROYAL.
J. Bryans, Cranbrook; J. 'I. Stimson.
A. McGregor, Rossland, F. Henderson,
A. Kelly, Vancouver.
TREMONT.
A. Zabontain. Lardo; W. L. Jones,
Rcssland; D. J. McDougal, Kaslo; W.
Piagg, Spokane: E. Stoutenberg.
Shields: H. Sorell, Vancouver; W. H
McBrable, Beaslev.
Piano and Singing Lessons
Given by Mrs. Winter Every Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certificate from Trinity
College. London. Eng., for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conger,
vatolre of Music for singing and piano
��� :��> :iiL- Address Box 796, Nelson.
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
NELSON,    -    B. C.
F. C. GREEN      F. P. BURDEN      A. H. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers. Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
C0R.VICT0R1A * KOOTENAY STS.. NELSON, B.C
P.O. Box 145   PhoiK2*IB.
WANTED.
WOMAN FOR QKNERAL HOUSEWORK. Chinaman employed, Mr*. K. S. U-anle, Hoover St.,
DStWMB 9 a.m. ami 1 p. in.
IOOTJ STEWARD. immediately.   Apply Barred
Ht-arl Hospital, gpsengoodi B. C.
TO UST
t'WO KJR8T-OLA88 hOOMH. >U*tn tl.aled.   Apply housekeeper. 8rd flat. K. W. c. block.
TO RENT.
? ROOMKn HOUSE, i ion with bearing fruit
trees, Obwr.atory Street, 2 doors front Kooteu-
ar, rent IIS OU pe, month. Two Oood Boom,
above our office, Juit the plaee for office., rent
ti' ui per month. Toyed, Co., Baker Street,
Nelson. B. C.
r^t^^nj SAUCES west kootenay
^���^���������~���~i    "     *"-    " BUTCHER CO.
JsA��v>ArflA\rV~V\>VN*N
\     LOCAL AND GENERAL      \
Birth.
Born, on  Monday.   -4th inst..  to  the
wife   of   A.   W.   McFee,    Ffclrrfew,     ;i
dauphier.
Bought a House.
K J. McGreeur hM bought a bouse
and two lotl on Baker street, east of
Hall street.
Cricket Club.
A mtvtine of iho exoctitive commit-
t.-e of the Cricket Club is called for I
..clock tonight at the home of the sec
retary.
Changed  Quarters.
The 10,000 Club is ninvtni: today fltHB
the city hall to room %% K W C Hlock.
Thi> is al^o headquarters for the Win-
:���.:���-  r:\hibition committee.
Children'! Concert.
The annual closing exercises of St.
Jovttph'a school will be held in the
opera house this evening. An excellent
programme has been preiiared by the
children including soncs. choruses, recitations, instrumental selection, dialogues and drills.
Will Use the C. P. R.
The Phoenix Pioneer expresses the
belief that travellers from the Fknindary
to Ntlson will probably use the C. P. R.
exclusively hereafter, as under the new
schedule there are several hours to wait
for connections at Marcus���an exciting
proposition under any circumstances.
Fire Patrol.
The Davies-Sayward Mill & Land Co..
Messrs. McGoldrick & Lamars, Messrs.
Park McLaughlin and Mr. Smith, timber dealers in the Duncan valley, have
sent in six men to patrol thefr limits
in the Duncan territory for the purpose
of taking every precaution against fire.
They intend petitioning the government
to have these men appointed as assistant fire wardens.
Good  Words for Joe Carter.
The papers of the interior, with
scarcely one exception have a good
word to nay of Joe Carter. The Phoenix Pioneer concluded a lengthy editorial reference with the following words:
"It was a good stroke of policy on the
part of the C. P. R. to put Mr. Carter
in Spokane. Hi? will make good there
and bring much business to the company. It is the Kootenay's loss, but It
is Spokane's gain."
20.000 Club.
The regular monthly general meeting
of the 2i.��.uut> Club was due at $:?>$ last
night at the city hall. At y o'clock those
present were: T. G. Procter. J. M. Lay,
P. G. Ebbutt, D. C. McMorrls, \V. H.
Jones, T. Deasy. R. G. Webb and A.
Lean. As 12 are required for a quorum
the eight who were present dispersed.
The business that should have come up
was report*, of committees, especially
that on building. The lumber for the
new club offices Is on the ground but
not a single carpenter is available.
Procter &.   Blackwood.
C. Dudley Hlackwood, mining recorder of Nelson district since September,
1904, and holder of many associated offices, has resigned his position in the
Government employ to Join T. G. Procter In the insurance business. Mr.
Rlackwood has been in or around Nelson for a dozen years and has won a
wide popu'arity which will now stand
him in good stead. His fame as a lacrosse and hockey player and curler extends al! over Kootenay and have made
him many friends. The new firm
should be a very strong combination.
The Store of Quality
PP1DE OF
CANADA
MAPLE SYRUP
-AND-
MAPLE SUGAR
ARE ABSOLUTELY THE
GENUINE ARTICLES
Made only  by the Maple  Tree  Producers' Association, Waterloo, Quebec.
Shipment Just opened up and guaranteed U,e best ever brought Into Nelson.
Rob.M.HoodaCo.
K. W. C. Blo��k . Phone to.
For_Sale
50 ft Corner, Houston and ward, $375
50 ft. and Cabin, Mill, near park, $275
Residence���Centrally located, near sta
tion; six rooms and bath, electric
light, water, sewer.
AI��o buaineas property, factory sites,
etc., etc.
F. B. LYS
REAL E8TATE AGENT.
W**t Baker Street NELAON, B. C.
TRY A  BOTTLE OF
Gillard's Sauce
25c and 45c
Wh.��l��?����le tod .Mali Dealer*, in
Fresh and Salted Meats
No, it's not s> ir^x*d as I-ea &  Per-
rin's. but on y do *-half the price.
C A Benedict
Corner Silica and Joaephlne 8t*.
PHONE  7
Ciuur* suppht-,1 tin shortest notice ind
lowest pritv. Nothing but   fnwh nnd
wholesome ment* nnd supple?, kept in stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E. C.  TRAVES    Manager.
FOR SALE
Brand New Art Bell Piano
CHEAP.       APPLY
John T. Pierre, Baker St.
We have juat received another
big ahipment of
EDISON GOLD MOULDED
RECORDS
COME IN AND HEAR THEM.
We carry the
EDISON   PHONOGRAPHS
$15.00, $25.00 and $35.
COLUMBIA  (Disc)   GRAPHOPHONES
$15.00, $25.00. $35.00 and $50.00.
FLOWER HORNS for all Cylinder
machines,  $3.50.  $4.00. $4.50.
W. G. Thomson
It7��ir"'  Nelson, B.C.
Ption* S*.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Agent for Tniacott LAnoches
uud J'-t-: ��� ��� ���" < nr.���-.-��.
Klneit Lot of Hutu in B C.
H. L..  UIINDSAY
Foot of J<..-; :.;:.. St.      Tel   A1&
PERSONAL.
J��mes Cronln has gone down to Vancouver.
Mrs. Fred Squire has returned from
the Coast.
G. P. Wells returned from Kaslo last
evening.
A. C. Flumerfelt, of Victoria, Is at
the Strathcona.
L. A. Campbell arrived on the morn-
ing train from Rossland.
Mr. Cant and daughter, Guelph, are
visiting Dr. Glbsoa, Nelsou.
Mrs. P. Lamont and daughter are expected home from Winn: peg tomorrow
evening.
H. N. Galer, manager of the International Coal company, of Coleman, Is a
guest at the Strathcona.
What the Advance Man Says.
The biggest Instrumental feature ever
introduced on parade or on the stage
concerns the Cotton Pickers' band of
minstrel musicians led hy Robert
Leach, the colored Creatore with the
"Dandy Dixie Minstrels," which will be
the attraction at Sherman's opt-ru house
on Monday, July 1st. This clever band
of musicians comprises one of the most
formidable features of the Dandy Dixie
Minstrels, having been selected for
their Individual ability as soloists and
the great success with which thy met
during the all-summer season of the
Dandy Dixie Minstrels al the Wistaria
Grove, atop the New York theatre last
summer. Campbell Bros., the black
aristocrats, head the company of 40
comedians, singers, dancers and special-
ty performers.	
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Sec. C. E.
DOMINION  AND  PROVINCIAL   LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office:  llealey nulMing.    P. O. Box 434
Baker  St..   NELSON.   B. C
Is Refiowaed
FOR
It5 5cea.ei?y
TsBusmESsEriEROY
AND
\iiOW0
Another  Snap I
FINE 6 ROOM MOUSE, all furnished
neatly, electric light and city water. Two
good lots, level. 15 fruit trees, splendid
garden and lawn. Large shed for chickens. $300 cash, balance $UO0,at $25 per
month, 6 per cent.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER  ST.
Strawberries
WE ARE RECEIVING
Fresh  Local
Strawberries
DIRECT FROM THE RANCHERS
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK
FOR  SALE
160 Acre pre-emption, 2 acres clparod,
50 trees and some smull fruits planted.
A 3-roora dwelling, houses and Fheds
for 400 chickens $?,u0.00.
A pre-emption on Ik'aver Creok,
Little Slocan $450.00.
Geo. G. McLAREN
Baker St., Nelson.
Sherman's Opera House
ONE NIGHT ONLY
MONDAY, JULY tst,
The Dandy Dixie Minstrels
Direction of Voelckel & Nolan
The  Barnum   A   Ba^ey  of   Real   Negro
Minstrelsy.
Watch for Street Parade Monday.
Soats on sale at Rutherford's Saturday
 Prlc.'B 50c, 750, 11.00.
Dominion  Day Celebration.
TJe final mineral meellnK of the Dominion Dhv celebration committee will
be held In the court house this evening
at 8:.10. The programme will be finally
adopted.
SLATER SHOES
We have just received
a consignment of the
Genuine SLATER SHOE
for which we are sole
agents for this city.
Ever try a pair?
"Tjie Royal"
R. ANDREW & CO., PROPRIETORS
ONLY BIGHT SETS UrS
And no more c��n  be Imported   Into Canada after Augu
"RIGHT   UP-TO-DATE"
The Americanized Encyclopedia Brittanir^
In Ten Volumes Sprdal Cretin* pttaj
IN   FULL SHEEP BINDING $27.rj0
IN  FULL CLOTH   BINDING V22.50
CAN  BE  PURCHASED ON   MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd
COR  BAKER and WARD.        Phone 81
For a Stylish Suit
Huilt to Kit th,- Figure end Keep Its Shape Not (inly IlieFirst
Week You Wear It. Hut  All tlie Time      (let   It   Madr bj
Tavi.oii& MoytTAianl, the Reliable Tailors, of Knnlenjj,
Absolute   latlefietlon   guaranteed    or   money   refunded
TAYLOR & McQUARR/E
High Class Tailors, Baker St., Nelson, B.C.
THE LAST
SHIPMENT OF
SEMI-READY "%Z\
J. A. GILKER!
BAKUR SI KI-..:T, MCI.SO.V
Spring Is Here
We have prepared for this season by passing into stock all I
requisites far the rancher, gardener or householder. Spades, I
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Spading Folks, Tree Primers,
Tree Sprayers, Small Carder Tools, Etc.
Prompt attention  paid to  letter order*.
J. H. Ashdown Hardwai
Company, Limited.
NELSON   IRON   WORK*
B. A. ISAAC
eiMCIIINEERS   AND  CONTRACTORS
FOUNDERS AND
MACHINISTS
fl. W.  MINTON'
R��rnlrlr*B ���nd .lobbing exveuted wltn Oeatnaiech.   .Hhu.t M^*j
Work, MiniiiB nntl Mill .Mnuhlnvry.     Mttnufucturvrt* o'   '
Or. Cera*.  U.  U.   Contraotara*  Car...
NELSON,   B. C.
T��I����S��il
P.O. ���at*!
Spring Stock fust Opened Dpi
Carload Linoleums and Carpets
From OIhhkow, Scotland.
Beat Qualities at Low Prices.
Standard Furniture Company!
AOENT81
Muni) & Rjwh I'Unoi.
Oit>rmrn>r Hatlreinei.
Marshall r^nila-y .MnttreuCa.
Complete House Furnishm
Undertakers,    Embalmtn
A.O. LAMBERT & COJ
X?SK LtHnbe*. Shingles,
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Window*!
Turned Work nnd Brackets. Mail Orders promptly W����*"|
VBR.NOrW STRERT   ...   M:i.��(IN. B. C
f	
Summer Necessities
GARDEN MOSS
And NOZZLES
LAWN MOVVEW
And CLIPPER'
Door and Window Screens
LAWN SPRINKLERS
And WATERING CANS
GARDEN TOOLS
And SPRAYERS
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Lin*
Wholes*!!
NELSON
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