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t.il.t'MH   2.     NO.   74.
NELSON, B. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1907.
Fifty Cents a Month
IIRECTORS FIGHT
|tuyvesant Fish Shook
Harahan
|0T WORDS AND BLOWS
pray Meeting of Illinois  Centra!
Board���Ex-President Was
Looking for Trouble.
, \���. 29 \ Record lliriilil
fclal from Ne�� Yory says: A hand
burnt Ughl between Smi> vesunt Klsh
.1 1 Harahan broke up Ihe meet-
j0l il,. Illinois Central directors to-
Then were not words between
���deposed presldenl or tho road and
j ,ml   When   Mr.   llarahun
i.:    .,*   tbe  word  "liar", Mr.  Flsh
M upon IiIb opponent and clutched
In struggle toUowad.   Borne report*
uj thai blows were struck
At   Harahan was knocked to
:     a terrific -smash from  Mr.
, list.    Whether or not fists were
It Is  certain   that   the   two   men
|gled ub* 111  the   Imiad   room   until
horrified  colleague*   stopped  the
One of the   directors  who  at
tj the mo uui; said tonight that no
I blows huJ bean struck, no blood
.���eu shed and no rurulture broken.
In sold, "that Mr. Pish
bis t. injur aud probably regretted
,. ��� 1. later, lie did not strike
arahan, bnl he seized him violent*
the s.mi. time abasias blm vigor-
bj word of mouth. The broad
e-ai n cleared and there the
fin cloied.' Mr Fish Is a giant
alh He slnuds several inches
J 1. *-.i r.*.*: In height, tipping the
probably   at   'I'M  pounds  without
Eag any   t-iiriilus   ilesh,  and   prides
If  upon   his   physical   prowess.Mr.
��tm   mh 'ceded   Mr.   Flsh   In
���nsldenc]   of   tha   Illinois  Central.
Hi.   latter had   been  ousted  after
|cuniln*in*y ol many years duration.
niiiewlial  entailer  man physically.
kl> he oould probably   weigh in  at
V'd hli* broad  shoulders  suggested
*f mnacular uowar and vitality.
is the  regular  monthly   meeting
I in  of th*  Illinois Central
���routtlit together at noon nine m.*in
|.      * ������ lard    Theme who attended.
111   Harahan and Mr. FlBh.were
dloa VanterbUt,  Etobt   A.   Goelet,
p.s \   Peabody, Alex. S. lliicksiafr.
1.. Bercher, Walter Luttgren and
|i In Wnir Cutting.    Certain routine
1 ad I n disposed of sunimar-
In. 11  Mr   I'lsli  arose and  produced
Vm dabli      lypewrllen     document
appeared t" be lu the form or a
Innonj preambla and resolution.
Pi-.li proceeded to read the paper.
���v. 11 ly    criticised    the   present
Igemenl   of   th*   road.     The   docu
[arraigned Ur   Harahan In rather
'������mis.   it   is  declared,   und   Mr.
li* prooaadlni to ko Into ��� 81*
1 of    certain    accounts  at   great
when smne or tha board mam
ti synipuiliy   with   the   Harrlman
un  element   became   restive   and
"A.-'l 'hill ns several members were
l*'l      tO      keep   other    engagements
���I lhe afternoon, Mr. Mb should
1 Ids resolution on ilk* and suspend
rth*t dealing
1'isii protntad hkuIuhi being mm
PntS .mis golni on wllh the reading.
farahan, who sat al the head of the
1 as the presiding officer, was vlsl*
^'ti'iyid and was evidently making
rt to keep cool, us his predocos-
stentorian     tone*    went   on   to
f��* ills adinliilslrallon.    Mr. Goelet
t'*d lo adjourn and Tresldent
'"'a hastily declined thu motion
od.
I'lsli protested lhat the att.emiit
'*'* the adjournmenl was unfair
PQtragaona, "You cunnot do that
' a* cried, shaking his long, bony
f "' Mr. Harahan. -ThlB lB nol
P "ni1 despotism will not be toler-
I     Mr- l'*l��h stood glowering at the
""" �����* the road and Mr. Harahan
">������' M though to leave the room.
"ll '*'   Hu*   directors   had  already
���'f    Pointing   t���   the  retreating
,',���      Mr Pl'"hod.v and others, Mr.
;.';:''.'" f"" ��i*<��* Mr. Harahan and
IM,��� v"'  h"Vl' you ,n ,hel1* Powi-r
Lni'i, ",'""."��� Ymi are *-">'*������ �����>��'"*
wllb'a'l,,,. Mr*   l""*��ltan   turned
aafer, rose  and  faced the
towering form or Mr. Fish and retorted
"Any man who says I am tbe tool or
unother Is a liar."
Mr. Harahiin's own account of what
followed was to the effect that Mr. Flsh
leaped across to the end of the broad
table, seized blm aggressively by the
neck and shoulder** and shook htm as
a terrier shakeB at rat. Mr. Harahan
made what defense he could and tbe
two men lurched about the broad room,
clinching until some of the directors
who had not gone out munaged to separate them.
TRIAL   18 A  FARCE.
Russian   Court-Martial    Is   Not   Taken
Seriously by Officials.
St. Petersburg, Aug 29��� The court-
martial trying the eighteen prisoners
accused of conspiring against the life
of the czar, was held today in th.-
Nloska street prlBon. In which are lb,
quarters of Colonel Ouerasslmov. chief
or the secret nolle* of the capital, who
refused to attend the court at Its usual
place of sitting, declaring thut he had
sore feet. He entered the hall leuning
on a stick and took his place opposite
the prosecutor. He turned his back on
the accued and their counsel, and behaved with such urrogance that M. Mal-
akoff. a famous advocate and politician,
lelt tbe hall ln disgust Colonel Sptrdl-
doviteh. chief of the secrt police, was
one of Ihe witnesses for the prosecution. He denied the statement of
Nlkltensko, one of tbe prisoners, that
he acted Independently, without the Instigation or knowledge of any political
puny In the Douma, he said. Skilskl.
a social revolutionist, declared ln tbe
uame of his party that It had no connection with the conspiracy. Colonel
GueraBsimov supported Colonel Splrl-
dovitch. saying that at a conference of
the social revolutionary party In Finland. Deputy Sklllski was blamed for
making the above statement ln the
Uouma. When asked how he could
prove tbat he knew this. Colonel Guer-
asslmov answered: "That ls our secret." Counsel for the defence appealed
to tbe chairman to compel M. t.ueraa-
almov to auswer their questions, but the
chnirmau refused. Even if the defence
succeeds, it is doubtful If the court will
acquiesce. Tbe feeling among the counsel for tbe prisoners is growing that the
whole trial Is a faroe. and thut the result ls a foregone conclusion.
REVOLUTION IN PERSIA
Pretender  Haa   Large   Growing  Army���
Rebellion  and Turkiah   Raida
Diatract  tha   Shah.
l^ndon, Auk. 29.���The situation In
Pet-Kin ib not improving. Advices revived tn I^tndon Ptatt-that diBturlmncus;
art* beginning to break out again all
over the contry, and since the revolt of
Salar-ed-I>owlt'h at Mewhed people have
been putting their houses Into a state
or defence and storing provisions. The
Shah Ih not by any means popular, and
tlu* question of his alleged Illegitimacy
is openly disruHsed in the bazaars and
public meeting places. Some even go
M Tar as to say that he ls not of royal
descent  at all.
The Turkish raid already reported
proves to be a serious affair, and ls
the out come of the long and dilatory
boundary delimitation business. The
Turkish Boldlers have, as usual, been
deprived of pay for months past, and
have got beyond control of their commander aud let loose their passionH on
the Christian villages in tbe vicinity of
I'rmla. The Persian troops are powerless to assist  their countrymen.
The current rumors regarding the
movements of the claimant to the
throne of Persia seem to gain strength
daily, and the latest Information, via
Seistan, ls to tho effect that the Pretender left llamadan with some 35.000
armed men and was receiving reinforcements from Tabriz and other towns.
The National Assembly is full of trouble
and discord, nothing dellnlte belug done.
Meanwhile, the Shah shuts liimseir up
in his palace at Teheran, and has quite
abandoned the energy in interest In his
subjects which he displayed when he
ascended the throne.
Advices from Teheran received in
St. Petersburg state that the Turkish
force which recently crossed the Persian frontier is now said to be marching with lire and sword ln the direction
of Urmia, having, en route, shelled the
Christian village of Mewan, destroyed
the church, killed about ninety persons,
Including women and children, and carried off ten girls.
Wltte's New Job.
Iondon, Aug. 29.���Count Wltte, once
the most powerful man in Russia next
to the emperor, has accepted the directorship of the Hank oT Russia for exterior commerce, according to advlcen
received here form St. Petersburg. Thin
act, it is stated, murks the final severance of the ex-premier from the official
life of his country.
WILL COME AGAIN
Tourist's Expression of
Delight
NOTHING LIKE KOOTENAY
W J, Schaffcr. of Philadelphia, Places
It First as Beauty Spot of
the Continent.
Through tbe 20,000 club and its president Nelson has secured an excellent
friend whose inlluence promises not only a great impetus to its development as
a tourist resort, but an influx of capital
for Investment in mines and other industries.
William J. Schaffer, of Chester, Pa.,
solicitor for the Pennsylvania Railroad,
and prominent in financial and political
circles in Philadelphia, look his holidays
this year on the Pacific coast In the
Vancouver hotel Im saw some views of
Kootenay and some of the illustrated
literature disseminated by the 20,000
club. He immediately decided to visit
the land of beauty. Leaving the main
line at Revelstoke, as directed, he came
down the Arrow lakes and reached
Nelson Monday night. He and Mrs.
Schaffer put up at the Strathcona and
decided to stay at least a day to enjoy
the glorious scenery which they thoroughly appreciated ln spite ol the misbehavior of the climate.
Thursday morning Mr. Schaffer set
out to seek information. Being a lawyer he went flrst to the court house.
There he met a wise official who advised him to visit the office of Procter
and Blackwood. From that time the
ttuecetM of his mission was aasured. Mr.
Procter took him out in a launch and
showed him the glories of the West
Arm and Its orchards. He was easily
prevailed upon to stay another day, and
Mr. Blackwood took him to Slocan
Junction, showed him the i>ower plants
at Bennington falls, and helped him to
catch trout such as heretofore he had
seen only in dreamB.
Delight was too mild a word for the
expression of Mr. Schaffer's appreciation. Last night at the Strathcona, before going down to the steamer to leave
for home, he said:
*'I have spent holidays ln all the
beauty spots of the continent, on both
coasts of the United States, and on inland waters, but 1 never dreamed that
there was such a combination of mountain, lake, river and forest as I have
seen during these days in Kootenay.
"1 have only seen and heard enough
to whet my appetite. 1 am coming
back next summer with a party for a
six weeks stay at least. We'll take n
house boat and travel round your lakes
and have some fishing and hunting. 1
am especially interested in the big
game trophies I have seen.
"I have score of friends in Phlladel
phla who will Jump at the chance to
come with me when I tell them of the
Paradise I have discovered
"But it Ib not only the grandeur ot
your scenery that fascinates me. 1 am
not an expert on mines, timber or land
but any one can see. even In a two days
look around, thut this is an Immensely
wealthy country, You have unlimited
resources. 1 don't know of any territory now that offlers half so tempting
a field for investment aa this ls. 1 am
sure that those splendid power plants
down at the falls would never have
been built without fne certainty of pro
fltable markets for their product.
"My advice, to Nelson, If I a in not presumptuous In offering any, is to backup
your tourist association. In the new
countries the tourist, tho seeker after
new beauty spots, always goes before
the Investing capitalist, and the delighted traveller is the best missionary and
advlertlser. Keep on inviting travellers.
When they come, Just show them
around, let them sea all, and then don't
worry, they'll do the rest."
SHIPPING UNEMPLOYED.
Brltlah     Society     Supplying     Canadian
Labor   Market.
Winnipeg, Aug. 29.���Rev. John C.
Morris, secretary of the Central Unemployed body, of London, Kngland, arrived in the city this morning. He will
spend about a month In the west looking into Immigration conditions, as the
agent of the above society.
The   Central   Unemployed   Dody  wjw
created recently by an act of the British parliament, and its work is to look
after and assist the vast numbers of
men in London and vicinity who are
out of work and practically penniless
during the winter season. The winter
ts always the hardest time on the floating population and the months of January and February are especially severe.
The method adopted by the society last
year for the assisting of these men was
to send them to Canada. During the
two severe winter months last year
about Ave thousand men, women and
children were Bent out of the country-
Before commencing the next winter's
work the officers and supporters of the
society wished to get some reliable report as to how these people get along.
"I will see numbers of these people
we sent out last year," said Mr. Morris
this morning, "and inquire from them
how they have prospered. If my report Is favorable when I return about
tbe end of September, I am confident
that we will send out next winter at
least ten thousand men and their families."
if the people Bent out are not ln good
enough financial circumstances to pay
any part of their passage money to this
country it is advanced to them from
the funds of the society, and they pay
it back when they can.
Rev. W. Hazel!, the president of the
society. Is in Canada also on a similar
mission. He is in Toronto now but will
come west about the end of this week
to Investigate conditions here.
SOCIALISTIC HARMONY
International    Gathering     at    Stuttgart
Described as Saturnalia of Rancor
and  Hate.
Stuttgart, Aug. 29.The anti-military
resolution submitted by Heir Bebel, and
the French delegates on August 19, that
Socialists shall resist all armaments,
but should war be inevitable, shall exert all their efforts to bring about a
speedy end of it, was adopted today by
ihe International Socialistic congress.
So also waa the resolution expressing sympathy with William D. Hay- |
wood, who was acquitted recently in
ihoho. The assemblage opened with
Herr Bebel's grandiloquent assertion
that 'not The Hague conference, but
the present conference is the true peace
assembly, for it unites the proletarians
of the world."
Since Bebel's words were spoken, the
Socialist congress has been a saturnali
of rancor, vituperation, and unrestrained outbursts of the worst human passions.
One eminent authority who ls watching the meeting says: I
"No international assemblage gathered presumably for a common object
ever witnessed such divergence of
views, such bitter quarrels, such violent
language, such absence of self-control
as were indulged in by the self-constituted apostles of peace and good will.
They began with a furious wrangle over
militarism, which one would suppose
was the essence of anti-socialism. Yet
the militarists won. The different
brands of Socialists represented from
Kngland turned the confress into a bed
lam over their rival claims to the slmon
pure faith. The particular dispute was
of considerable political interest for It
exposed the complete disintegration of
the patty that now controls the Brit
ish government. It brought out the fact
that the British Trade Union delegates
desired recognition by the International
Socialist bureau.
"This Ib the flrst time that organised
labor in Great Britain has declared
itself in true colors. But the issue is
not really clarified at all. The delegates
are all ready to shout for socialism.
But what is Socialism? Stuttgart ls the
last place to seek for an answer. The
moment anyone ln the congress attempts to define It, Its representatives
metaphorically fly at each other's
throats and pandemonium reigns. They
are unable to agree upon any single
point when any definite application of
the term Is suggested. But this great
international congress of Socialists Is
an abundant success as an object lesson.
"From the p.tint of view of common
sense, tt represents discontent without
a remedy. It Is composed of men and
women who agree In the theory of
taking things from their possessors and
giving them to others, but when lt
comes to ways and means nnd deciding
on whose ox Is to he gored, there ls ni
possibility of agreement."
Barrington Begins Term.
St. Louis, Aug. 29.���"Lord" Frederick
Seymour Barrington was today taken in
an automobile from the Clayton Jail,
where he has been confined for four
years and seven months, to the Union
station today and conveyed to Jefferson City where he begins his life sentence in tlie penitentiary for the murder
of Jas. P. McCany. Barrington was
handcuffed for the first time since ho
arrest in 1903 to Thos. W. Morgan, who
was also taken to Jefferson City to
serve a sentence of 20 years for murder.
Barring) on was under sentence to bo
hanged here last Monday but Governor
Folk Anally commuted the penalty to
life  imprisonment.
FAME REDEEMED
British Columbians Id
Huy Prizes
MADE SPLENDID SCORES
Tyro Teams Competition Wen by
Sixth D.C0.R. of Vancouver
���Western Hen's Victories.
Ottawa. Aug. 29.���The 90th regiment
of Winnipeg carried off the honors at
the Dominion Rifle Association meeting,
when Sergt. Welford won first money
in the Walker match, one of the feature
events of the week. He takes the
Walker prize, $25. It was over two
ranges, with a possible of 70 and Welford put on 68. T. Wilson of Ottawa
tied him but Wilson had a smaller
score on long range. Staff. Sergt. Richardson of Victoria, won third money
Capt. Armstrong, of the Winnipeg team,
came in for one of the fifths tn money
prizes.
The lmportan: Harold L. Borden
match was won by Capt Duff Stuart, of
Vancouver, who takes the challenge cup,
medallion, and 120. He scored a possible at 600 yards.
The flrst place among the tyrd teams
of five men in the Borden medal was
won by the Sixth D. C. O. R. team of
Vancouver, with a score of 187, the 48th
Highlanders and 7th regiments were
ties at 183 points, and the R. C. R. and
13th, of Hamilton, each made 181.
CANADIAN   DESPATCHES.
Winnipeg, Aug. 29.���Bank clearings
for the week ending today were $10,-
720305;   1906,  $S,204,575.
Fort William, Aug. 29.���Engineer
O'Donnell. of this city who was injured
in a train disaster at Port Arthur, died
today.
Ottawa, Aug. 29.���"Pour quick firing
one and a half pound guns have been
mounted on the Canadian fishery protection cruiser Vigilant, on Lake Ontario.
Bresaylor, Sask., Aug. 29.���David
Taylor last night while haying was
knocked down under his horses feet
and so badly trampled that he died at
10 o'clock  last evening.
Winnipeg, Aug. 29.���A yield of from
75,000,000 to 80,000,000 bushels of
sma'l grain for the Canadian northwest
ts the estimate of the Winnipeg grain
men who returned from their annua)
excursion yesterday.
Montreal, Aug. 29.���July gross earnings of the C. P. R. were -7,008.274, with
working expenses of 14,701,422, leaving
net profits of $2,506,862. In July, 1*906.
the net profits were $2,371,811, the Increase ln net profits over the sami>
period is therefore $135,041.
Fort William, Aug. 29.���Miss Hudson.
American telephone operator, whose appointment as chief of the local station
caused the strike, has resigned but has
not left the city. The commissioners
are hourly expecting her to take legal
proceedings against them for compen-
sation.
Toronto. Aug. 29.���A writ of certiorari
against Charles R. Atkinson, magistrate
at Little Current, has been granted by
Chief Justice Sir Wm. Mulock, at tbe
Instance of W. 11 Becks, a carpenter
and builder, who claims that the magistrate was angry with him over some
financial transactions. He also alleges
further irregularities.
Woston, Aug. 29.���The official opening of tbe King Edward sanitarium for
consumptives, near Weston, took place
yesterday afternoon. Mr. W. J. Gage,
of Toronto, occupied the chair. Earl
Grey was present and made a brief address in which he praised the spirit
with which the national sanitarium had
combatted against all odds.
Toronto. Aug. 29.���A special Grand
Trunk train arrived here yesterday
from Buffalo with 1600 foreign laborers
bound for Northern Ontario to work on
the railways. Representatives of organised labor when told of the whole-
Bale Introduction of labor from the
United States, decided to take the matter up with the Dominion government,
through the president and their Boll-
cltors.
Montreal. Aug. 29.���ln view of tho
strong appeals made by Ontario and
other western members the convention
of the Catholic Mutual Benevolent Association expressed themselves today
In favor of admitting women as members, but In view of tho wish of Bishop
D-JWllng  of   11ui-.iill.iii.  grand  operative
advisor, it was decided to await the
wish of the hierarchy with power on
the part of the grand council to act accordingly.
Kenora, Aug. 29.���The encampment
at Ca- -*>n lake was the scene of a disastrous At -ent today. While drilling
rock for X'*k -*, Dan Fllnn, with his
three assist!. *���!&, longing to camp No.
5, were blow. ^#, pieces, doubtless
through a charge ^^ ��� exploded by a
sparke caused by in.' 'ous handling
og explosives. FortunaL. ', -her workmen wer in shelter, oth. -�� they
would have all been destroy., as the
charge was heavy and was felt a great
distance away.
Toronto, Aug. 29.���George Edwards,
one of the Joint receivers of the Imperial Paper Mills of Canada, Sturgeon
Falls, in an affidavit filed at Osgoode
Hall, states that the business should be
continued as a going concern and that
the debenture holders should allow the
receivers the wideBt latitude. The plant
of the company is valued at $2,000,000
and an equal sum Is being put into extensions. The company's affairs are in
the courts in process of re-organization.
Montreal, Aug. 29.���The OglMe Milling company has advanced the price of
flour twenty-five cents per barrel, and
the Lake of the Woods Milling company ten cents per barrel. Ogilvie's
first patents are now quoted at $5.30
and seconds at $4.70 per barrel, and the
Lake of the Woods Milling Co's flrst
patents $5.20 and seconds $4.60. The
advance ls attributed almost entirely to
the strength which has been displayed
in the Winnipeg wheat market this
week.
Gold for Germany.
New York, Aug. 29.���An engagement
of $600,000 in gold for export to Ham-
berg. Germany, on Thursday was made
today by Muller Schall & company.
Assassin Pardoned.
Toklo, Aug. 29.^���It became public today that Koyama, the Japanese who assaulted and wounded Li Hung Chang.
at Shimoneskl in 1895, during the Chinese-Japanese peace negotiations, and
who waa sentenced to life imprisonment
at the Abashlri prison at Kakkaido, received a special pardon August 25th.
ON INTERNATIONAL LAW
Representatives of Bars of Europe and
America Hold Annual Meet
at Portland.
Portland, Me., Aug. 29.���Brilliant
members ot the bar and distinguished
jurists and publicists of America and
Europe filled the assembly room of the
City Hall today at the opening of the
twenty-fourth conference of the International Law Association. The meeting
follows that of the American Bar Association, in session here the earlier part
of the week, and many of the distinguished members of the American Association have remained to take part ln
the   International   Association.
The International Law Association
consists of eminent representatives of
the bench and bar of the civilized
world. It was formerly known as the
association and codification of the laws
of nations. The object for whjch it was
organized at Rrussels in 1873. just after
the work of the Geneva tribunal was
finished, was the advancement of International arbitration. Among its pr.-s!
dents have been David Dudley Field.
former president of the American Bar
Association; M. Augtiflte Vlssoihors of
Brussels; Sir Travers SwIbs. Q. C,
Lord Alverstone and Mr. Justice Kennedy of I.ondon; Commendatore P.
Boselll of Turin; Dr. R. Koch of Berlin;
Dr. Frederick Sleveklng of Hamburg
and F. V. N. Relchmann of Troc'.hjem.
The honorary president of the conference. Chief Justice Simeon E. Baldwin
of the Supreme Court of Connecticut,
called the gathering to order this morning and delivered the Inaugural address.
The three subjects discussed during
the day were international arbitration,
divo'-ce jurisdiction, and International
law   and   international  trade.
Among those presenting papers were
W. G. Smith of Philadelphia, Prime
de Caasano of Rome, Dr. W. Evans Da r-
by of London, Professor C. Nob e
Gregory of the University of Iowa. A.
C. Schroder of Zurich, J. H. Balfour
Browne, K. C. of London, and J. Arthur
Barratt of New York.
Impossible.
Chicago. Aug. 29. ��� According to
Deputy Marshall Jos. H. Wolf. Mr,
Rockefeller has cheated himself In his
bill for attendance at the recent trlnl.
According to Mr. Wolf. Mr. Rockefeller
Is entitled to $85.60 Instead or $7:1.9.".,
which tho oil magnutu aaks for.
NDSSEJXPLAINS
Japanese Consul Has
Been Misunderstood
MERELY STATED A FACT
Declines to Argue With "Few Citizens" of British Columbia���Relies on Treaty With Dominion.
Ottawa, Aug. 29.���Hon, T. Nosse, Japanese consul general here, said this
morning in reference to the criticism
at Vancouver, "My statement has been
slightly misunderstood. The point which
I meant to emphasize was that owing
to the treaty, the officials of British
Columbia have no more right to deal
with the question than a few Japanese
would have to a similar case in Japan.
The matter is one which must be settled by the Canadian and Japeanese
governments, and citizens of either
country are bound to respect the existing treaty. Consequently I have nothing whatever to do with the British
Columbia people."
AUTOMOBILE   DANGERS.
French   Father   Captures   and   Carries
Off Eloping Daughter.
Paris, Aug. 29.���The romance of a
French heiress and her penniless lover,
their elopement, and a few weeks of
wedded bliss, have been followed by
the abduction of the bride in the paternal  motor car.
Some months have passed since Mile.
Piedallu met Victor Dehaulon near ber
millionaire father's chateau at Isle
Adam, France. A friendship sprang up
and ripened in to love. A few weeks ago
the elopement was planned and carried
out Mile. Piedallu and ber governess
went out shopping in Paris. The girl
gave her chaperon the slip and joined
her lover, who was waiting ln a cab.
So deep was the father's anger that he
swore to leave the neighborhood. The
contents of his chateau are to be sold
by auction before the place Is shut up.
The lovers drove to a railway station
and travelled to Ostend. There they
took cheap rooms, and Dehaulon obtained work at a well known hotel. His
wife carried his dinner in a bundle
through the streets each day.
Neither knew that the millionaire
who was searchnlg for them was one of
the chief shareholders in the company
which owns the hotel where Dehaulon
was employed. Discovery came owing
to   this   fact.
The heiress was carrying her husband's dinner through the streets of
Ostend when three men suddenly seized
her and placed her in a motorcar waiting by the kerb. Instantly the vehicle,
in which the millionaire was seated,
started off and quickly got clear of the
town. Dehaulon, alarmed by his wife's
non-appearance, ran to their rooms,
found them vacant, and learned what
had happened a few days later. Since
then he has been searching tn vain for
his wife.
INDIANS   WANT  MILLION.
Agents of Great Northern Negotiate for
Port Simpson  Land.
Vancouver, Aug. 29. ��� Winnipeg
parties are believed in the north to represent the Great Northern railway and
have entered negotiations with the
Simpson tribe of Indians for the purchase of the reserve at Port Simpson.
A provisional offer will be considered
at the tribal council to be held at the
end of the fishing s-rrson. Chief Dud-
erand will then proceed to Winnipeg
to close the deal. The Indians will, it
is understood, hold out for a million dollars for their property. The Indian
residents of Port Simpson number
about nine hundred and fifty, and the
price would give them something like
a thousand dollars each for every man,
woman and child. The offer already
made ls for a large sum. hut not for a
milion dollars. The proposition undoubtedly came from Winnipeg. A
public statement was made that It was
from a Winnipeg land company, but lt
Is stated positively that is for Port
Simpson as a Pacific coast terminal.
The Indians and the Hudson's Bay company divide the water front propeity
between them.
Strathcona's  Record.
New York, Aus. 29.���Lord Stratch-
cona, high commissioner who has just
started for England. Is completing his
151st round trip across the Atlantic.
This means that when he has finished
his present trip he will have made
302 vogages across the ocean. Lord
Strathcona is eighty yeara old. and
made his flrst ocean voyage when atlll
a child.
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terms from the party any time, and lias
done it repeatedly.
Nor must it be imagined thai the
machine is a malevolent creature ln
whose hands the government is powerless, lt ls the master of the Liberal
party, but it is the servant and tool of
the Liberal cabinet. To talk of Sir
Wilfrid Laurler punishing W. T. It
Preston Ih too funny. The leader of a
band of brigands does not punish his
most efficient lieutenant Tor robbery.
Our contemporary assures us that an
act to prevent corruption was nearly introduced in the session of 1907. Why
was it not introduced in 1D06, 1905 or
any other year back to ISitti? The Liberals were once blatant preachers of
purity. They professed horror at the
awful corruption practised by the wicked Tories, and their first act was to
be to make recurrence of buying of constituencies impossible. The promise
meant just as much as���and no more
than���Sir Wilfrid's personal vow "never
to rest until he hud wiped out the last
vestige of the iniquitous system of protection."
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Head Office
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Hest   ..
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Toronto.
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 ~       4,830,000
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nblson branch J.   M.   LAY,  Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
state rights revived
North   Carolina  In   Open   Conflict  With
Federal  Officers on  Question
of Jurisdiction.
TIMBER NOTICES.
.ink   thi
tips
Nelson Land Dlitrlot.  DlitrSol ol Wt
Take notloe thnt K.W, Smith, P
gan, and A. 8. libit r. ol Bpokane, w i
turn ranchers, intend to apply (or n ipw l"'
Umber licence orer the following described
lands: I'l'iiHiM'iinii*; hi H p.- planted ai the
southwest ooraor, about eight utiles from the
Kootenai rlier, on the wett aide, sod About
three miles north ol the international boundary
Une, on tho wait bank of Hi-idg creek, on ths
north fork, ihenoe north 80ohalni thence rant
hi ohalns, thenoe soutti BO ohalns, thenoe ��< wi 80
ohalni te point ot oommenoement, and con talnlng 640 acres, more ��>r leu.
Dated July 19th, 1007. K. W Smith,
I>ASK   KLAMlQAJI,
\.  S    Kl.HKH,
K    W. SMI PH,  .\S*ellt.
Nelson Land Dlstrlot Dlstrlot ol Wesl Kootena
Take notloe lhat R. 8. f. Bxuyth, ol Procter, B,
C, occupation inmbeTman, lut*��ndi to apply for
a special timber Qeenee over the following described lands:
No. l commencing at a i>��ist planted near tin1
northeast oornerposto) u>t >o 2643, on Lemon
Creek and marked k. B P. rtmvtii southwest cor-
nerposl No 1, thence 40 chaini north more i>r
leu tt, sbout midway t��r the *���*..,nth boundary line
ol timi-er lloenoe No.0200, ttience 80 chaina eiat,
tbenoe40 chulus south, tbence to chatni east,
thenoe 40 Ohalns south, thence 80 chains west,
more or less to tho southeast corner ol aforesaid
Lot No. 354s. thenoe to ohalna north, thenoe 40
ohalns west to the point ol oommenoement.
Dated 36th July, 1007. R. 8. P flnrra,
Henry Belehert, Agent.
Nelson Lan.l DlBtrlct. Dlstrictof West Kooteuay
No. 3
Take notlee that J, K. V. Stewart, ol foiling-
wood, out., occupatlou lumberman, Intends to
apply tor a special timber ||i ence at er tin* lollowlng described lands: Oommenolng at a p >st
planted aUmi B8 ehalus sonth an-l lOcnatm west
ul post No 2, marked J. It 9, Siewart'l S. K. corner post, theuee south 16u ohalna, tbence wen 40
ohalns, thenre norih 160 cbalna, ihenoe eant 40
chatus to place ol coin me nee in ����� in containlnffMO
acres more or lesa.
July ittti, 1907. 3AM09  R. 9, -T kwart.
Capital.
Incorporated  A.  D.  18G9.
HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL.
 $3,900,000     Reeerve Fund $4,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all kinds of Banking Business.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to the
Savings Bank Department, and
Interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
HOME SAVINGS BANKS Furnished
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A, SPINK, Manager.
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Thursday, August 29, 1907.
ELECTION     REFORM.
Our contemporary assures us with
every appearance of gravity that it is
only an accident that an act to secure
purity in elections was not passed last
year, that lt was postponed to let Sir
Wilfrid go to London, and that it is absolutely cdrtain that legislation will
be Introduced during the session to be
be held presumably this fall.
Well, it's better late than never. What
excuse Is there for postponing such reform for ten years? The Liberals went
Into office pledged to Immediate reform,
and ten sessions have passed with no
attempt made. Now they rebuke the
country's Impatience ln the matter and
protest that they are "just going to begin."
But in even pretending that they have
any such Intention they are making a
heavy draft on the credulity of the public. It ls easy to say "everyone knows
the Tory record." It is really a noncommittal statement perhaps unintentionally so. There Is an Implication���
possibly that too is unintentional���that
Conservatives have been equally guilty
with the Liberals In the matter of corruption. If that implication be Intended, we can tetort that every one who
knows the history of Canadian politics
for twenty years, knows that lt ls absolutely   false.
Not to go back too far-beyond the Canadian experience of our contemporary���
1891 will do for a starting point. The
Conservatives emerged from the general elections of that year with a majority of 20 ln the House of CommonH.
After protests, trials and bye-elections
were over, that majority had Increased
to over GO, as the result of the unseat
Ing of Liberal members for bribery. It
was matter of surprise even to Conservatives that there were ahout three
Liberals unseated  for every  Conserva
tive as a result of that campaign. It
was surprising because the elections
had ben Immediately followed fby a
Uliersil declaration that they had been
beaten by money alone. That, be it remembered, was during the period, when
Conservatives were in power, or as Liberals were fond of saying, had control
of the treasury.
Then with victory in 1890 came the
opportunity for really effective Liberal
campaign work. The machine, created
in Ontario by W. T. R. Preston and
operated for the benefit of the Mowat
government and, its successors, was
then rapidly developed into a national
institution operating iu every province.
The "dark lantern brigade" of early
days in Ontario has been emboldened
by success and immunity and now
hardly bothers about secrecy. Instead
of the tedious process of stealing individual votes they now steal ballot
Ijoxcb and polling booths; corrupt influence on an individual was too slow a
process; it Ib now exerted over cities,
counties and provinces.
Quebec is to some extent an exception. Corruption is hardly needed where
the word Laurier is the beginning and
end of the political education of niney
per cent, of the voters. But every other
province has Been the work of the machine in both provincial and Dominion
campaigns.
Now, the employees of the machine,
the ballot switchers and personators,
are not muckers, they are skilled workmen, they command high salaries and
they don't work between campaigns.
Their contracts call for support between elections, for facility for rapid
travel and for guarantee of protection
from legal punishment. The organizers
are Dominion civil servants. The arch-
machinist, W. T. R. Preston, Hug-the-
Machlne, is enjoying a tour round the
world as a Canadian represoiitat!vo-at-
large.
And ls It pretended that the Liberal
government Is going to take steps to
destroy tbe machine to which it owes
Its life, and punish its most efficient
workers? Nonsense. There Isn't a
Liberal in Canada who haB ever had
anything to do with an election that
doesn't smile at such  a  pretence.
No one dare suggest the punishment
of Preston. His crimes are known and
admitted, btt the government dare not
permit him to be placed even in a witness box.     He   can demand bis own
Washington, Aug. 29.���The Federal
authorities are intensely interested in
the situation iu Nortli Carolina where
there has been a clash between the
state and Federal judiciary over the
state railway rate law. The state passed
a law providing 2V4 cents per mile as
the proper charge for passenger traffic.
The Southern Railway company did
not obey the law, and two of its officers,
James 11. Wood, district passeuger
agent, and C. Wilson, ticket agent, were
tried and found guilty of charging more
than the legal rate and sentenced to
thirty days at hard labor in the chain
gang. The railway company disputed
the constitutionality of the rate law aud
appealed to the Federal court to release the agents. This ls only one case
of many now cropping up and whlcb
are reviving the old question of Slate
rights. Wliile no one in Washington
apprehends any such discussion of the
subject as preceded the Civil War, the
difficulty is not underestimated. The
very same case is likely to arise in
Virginia, and the President and the officers of the Department of Justice are
closely watching the matter.
Administration officials frankly admit
that the trouble in Nortli Carolina ls
"pregnant of embarrassment in a political way. Last December Secretary of
State Root delivered an address before
the Pennsylvania Society of New York
In whieh he declared in substance that
the tendency of the times was for a
stronger central government, made
necessary by new economic conditions
and the derelectlons of States.
ln June Senator Philander C. Knox
of Pennsylvania, who is a Presidential
candidate, using the view of Secretary
Root as a text, started a discussion of
State rights. This discussion has grown
out of the passage of Congress of the
railroad rate law and other acts which
are supposed in some quarters to be of
doubtful  constitutionality.
Now comes the excitement In North
Carolina, which Is expected to break
out In like form In Virginia and other
States of the south. Politicians are asking whether after a lapse of many years
State rights i3 to become one of the
principal issues ol the Presidential
campaign  of  1908.
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Helton Land District    DUtrtct ol Wait Kooteuay.
Take notice that Heury Keichcri  ol   NeUon, H.
C , prospector. Intend* to apply for h special liceuce to cut and carry away timber from the foi-
lowing deaeiibed lamte:
No 6 Commencing at it |>osi planted near the
northeut oorner pout of rimbei Licence .o 9200
aud marked Henry Relchert uoribweet coruer-
post No 6, thence HO chaiui M.ulh, thence SO
chains eant, thence 80 chain* mirth, thence so
chain*- west to place of comment emend
bated July i&ih, I9U7.
No." Commencing at a poit planted near the
northwent corner post of timber licence No 920b
un.l marked Henry Relchert i. west corner post
No. 7. theuee IfiO chains .,i-t thenee *' chains
north, theuee 160 chain." weit, thenee 40 chaina
soil')) to point of commencement.
Dated July 26lh, U07.
No. 8. t'ommenclng nt a po-t planted oa Monument creek about lo chain- more or l����i Irom
where Monument creek 1 mptlei into l^ranii
creek and maiked Henry Relchert northeast cor-
uerpoHt No. S theme 11*0 ehalni ���soulh, thence 40
chains  Welti thence  I'M) chains north, thence 40
riiatut eait to place of commencement,
Uaied July ttilh, 1907 Hknkv Kkichkrt,
Looator*
Nelson I-and District. District ol West Kootenay
Notice is hereby given that 80 day* after date
1 intend toapply to the thief Commissioner Ol
Luii.!- and Works for permission to nil and
carry away timber from tlie following described
lands:
No. 4 t'ommenclng atapost marked II,,U.
N. W corner. A)0 ehains east of the N K. er rner
of lot No IIS, post marked K. S. N.K. corner,
thence east Hi chains, lhcno-�� iouth so chains,
thence west so chains, thence nortli BO < hains to
place ol commencement containing bin acres.
No. 5  Oominenelttg at toe N .w  corner 01H.
A 8. timber claim No   4, thenoe north W) chains,
thenee east SO chaiut., thence  ��nutli  hi chains.
thence west so en aim topiace ol eonunenoemant
at location past Wp- 6. containing Mn acres
I. H. fccHERMKhiioRj-*, Locator.
��������������"   Huscrolt, Agent-
Dated July Hth, 1KU7.
Nelion Umd District District of West Kootenav
Take notice shat I'aul August Pauls'11. of Kit*
chener, B. C, occupation lumberman, intends
to apply lor a gpeolM timber Uoanoe over tiie tat'
lowing described lamia: Commencing ata
planted at the sotithweit corner of survi
1-2-il-t, I tlience south to the northern boundary
of timber licence No. 7otH, thence west to the
northwest corner of said tlm tier licence, thence
soutli to the northern boundary fif loi i)J. thence
following said boundary, of said lot wett to the
right of-way of the British ColuinUd Southern
Railway, thence following said right of-way in a
north-easterly direction topiace of eoinmencement. and containing 610 acres, more or leas
Dated JulvJnd. HOT,    l'*ri. Afurst Paulson.
Nelsou Land District.   DtMi Utt of West Kootenay.
Take notice that George Alexander, ol Kaalo,
B. C., lutends to apply lor a Ipeclal Umber
licence   over   ihe    lollowlng   de*    1    I amis *
Oommenolng at 1 post planted a: the northwest
corner of 8ectlon 12, ownahlp7, K otenardu-
trtct, being about one-third of a mile eonta of
the iouth boundary line <>( the Indian teeerre;
thence s. nth about 115 chains to tht ea-terly
bank   ot   Kootenav   river;   tbenoe ��� .'iihcacterly
aloiiK Kootenay fiver urn* about ��0ohalna to
the iouth boundary ol Bee Ion 13, rownahlp 7:
thence easterly about Wcnaln i" tbe northwest
oorner of Lot Al; ihenoe norih n. diaim* ��io��g
the west boundary ol Lol m ; thence weet80
chains tothe polnl ol wmm^ucement, ami containing fill) a**" k, in- re or li u
Dated Jniv 4. ISOT Ueob-oi Ai utam>gm,
Nelson I aud Dim, it     '.1-1.1.' of *H ���-' KoOtOttay,
lake notice thai   Kvan  lie lelland  Fraser, of
Pernio, B C,cloxk, tote ditoepply foraipeolal
lic-nee  ovi-r   the   following   dea rlbed   lands:
CoUltuiMlring al a poal planted almut aeveu
miles west ol the Kooti ...iv river, an-l about one
mile nor'h of the iii'MiiaU ual t.oiindary line,
ami abont one and a quartet north easterly from
the hor:h east eornei o; linilwi ;n .11. e No. HOfi",
thence south SO  ilui.in.    then.'   weet80  chains,
tiu-me north 8U ohalus, thenoe east 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing Wo
acres, more or lesi.
Located l-'th, of June, X907,
Kvan M<Ci.ki.i.an Fraskr.
Dated this Sth of July, 1907.
Take notice that Q, C. t'lark, ol Nelaon, B. <\.
saloon keeper, lntendi to apply for n medal Umber Uoenoe over tbe following deeorfbed land:
Commencing at a i .1 planted on Mornltig
Mountain, about one mile west of Bmfltei I reef.
and adjoining C.C  Clark's location for umber
li. ence No 1, and almut one mile south ol Ni 1
son, thence west so chains, theme wnth M
chains, then-e east SO chains, theti'v north SO
chains to place of beginning.
Dated July Itltb, 19OT. 0   C ('Lark,
Daviu Booth. Agent
Nelaon Land District.  Dlstrictof Weet Cootenay
Take   notice   that   William    Andrew     Ho--.   ,.[
Fernle, B C, botal-Jteeper intends to applv tor
a r�� pec in 1 timber Hence over thu following doi
crlbed lands: Commencing al a poet plnntid
about hi*, miles west of the Koon-nay river, on
corn creek,  in the  District of Wait  Kootenay
and being about six mllei north of the lniii
iiHii-'iial boundary line, and iltoate at the
northeast oorner ofWUltam Andrew Eton' Mo
8 timber claim, thenco north sn ehalna, tbenoe
weet88ehains, thenoe wnthio chains, thenoe
eact WJ chains, to the polut of conimctn-emcni
1-oeatcd Julv'JSrd. Iwn
Dated the -th of Aug    I'.Kn
Wii.i.iam Ashkrw Host*
NelMin Land District
Take
a poNt
rod Jot
Notice is hereby given that 80 days alter date I
intend lo apply to the Hon. Chief t'ominissloner
ot Landa and Works for permission to purchase
the following described lands, Mluatcd in West
Koolenay district: Com mem lug ata jmisi marked hy name as initial post of the South Fork
branch, one hundred feet from the junction ,,(
Lost creek with the south fork; tnence om-
quartet mile tO the northwest corner post, thenc-
one mile to the northeast (orner pOeti thence
one-qnart-SX mile to the southeast corner post,
thence one mile to the pleOO of commencement
June Ti, 1807.        Located by Wm. Connolly.
Nelson Land District.   District ot W est Kooteuay.
Take notice that I. B. F. Wallace, of Fernle.
B l\, hotel-keeper, intend to apply for a hpevlal
timber licence over the following deacrlbcd
lands :
1. Commencing at a post plantod about lour
miles west of the Kootenay river and one mile
north of the International boundary line, UmDOO
south (to ohalna, thenoe east SO chains, thence
north SO chain-,, thenoe west So chains to the
point of commencement, containing 680 aoree,
more or leas.
Dated July 98x4, 1907.
2. Commencing al a post planted at the horth-
woet corner of location No. i, thenoe south so
ohalna, thence weet 80chains, theme north80
chains, thence east SO chains to the point of
eoinmencement, containing i'*lo acres, more or
lesa.
Dated July ttrd, 1907.
ommencing   at a  post   planted at north
al   a   post
atlon   Ho.l
thence uorth
i enaina, them-e south so
ht  no   chains   to  the point of
ontalning Mn acres, more or
is hereby given that 3n days after dab
Intend to make application to the Honorable "
Want   Shore   Leave.
Honolulu, Aug. 27.���The offlcors ami
men of the United Statet* cruiser Raleigh complain of having had no whore
leave for the past two months, and as
a remit there has almost been a mutiny on board, and the coaling of the
cruiser has been  delayed.
INOTICE
In the matter of an application for tbe Issue of
a duplicate of tha Certificate of Title for lot 'Ai,
and the west half of lot 21, block 61, in the Town
of Nelson.
Notice Is hereby given that lt ls ray 1-tcnMon
to tune fit the expiration of one month afUjr the
first put'lication hereof adupllcato of the certificate ol title for the above lands, in the name of
Lydia*-hiidds. whP'h certificate Is daud the ulst
day of December, 1900, and numbered :i��91 k.
"H, F. MacLkop."
District Registrar.
Notic
th
Chief Commissioner ol Landi and Works, Victoria, 11. C , (or a spef lul licence to oat timber on
the following described lead* In West Kootanay
district: Commencing at a post situated on
Blaeberry ereek,abont tour miles from its mouth
and adjoining the N. W. corner of my application Nu. 1, thence nouth SO chains, thence weal
HOchalns, theme north so chains, thence east HO
chains to point of lonniiencemcnt.
Dgted May lyifc, iwn. K. .W KoiUNSON,
Nelson Land DtltrlOt, District ol Weft Kootenay
Take notice that Moore, Kepple A I o.. of Oar-
land, Penn , occupation lumbermen, intends to
apply tor a special timber licence over the following deeoribed lauds: Comineneiug at ������ i .. *
planted on Mo-uulto creek, ou the west side of
Arrow lake, and about one half mile wot of the
southwest cornerof tlm iter limit No. 4H77, thenoe
norlh so chains, theme went HOchalns, thenes
south HO chains, thence east Hi chains to point of
Oommencdnent, and containing M0 gans, more
or less.
Dated 16th, July, HOT,     Moon-, Kki-cu: .V. Co.
Jons R. Cai kins, Agent.
INOTICE.
Notice U hereby ttlven thataftcr the expiration
of sixty ��ays from the dat�� hereof the Patrick
Lumber Company, Limited, lntenda to submit to
the HonorablOChief Commissioner ol Lands and
Worka a proposal under the provisions of the
"Rivers and Streams Acl" and Amending Acta.
for the riirht to Improve the Hlocan rlvf r from
the mill dam of aald company (situate about
three miles above the Junction of Bald Hlocan
river with the Kootenay river,) to the mouth of
the Little Hlocan river, and to inprove the Little
Slocan river and brunches thereof to the northern boundary of sub lot 2, lot 7180, and st.b-lot 1,
lot 7101 group one, Kootenay district, and to
Improve the trlbutarlea o| said rivers; and re-
meve obstructions from said rivers and tributaries, Bnd to make the same fit for driving, storing, sorting Dooming and raping logs, timber,
lumber, rafts, and crafts; also for the rlghl to
collect tolls thereon.
Ihe lands to be aff-ctod are tho following: (a)
Lotn :m:t, -,'Mi, Wfin, mm, 04bf., anil). ��Btf7, MAO,.!����,
7fi28, loOb, WW, 481?. nil In Croiipone, Kootenay
district; giro lands covered by pre-emption*
numbered id, 108, UA, l��f>, Ml IM and fi70; also
lands covcre-i hy timber Hccns��'s numbered MM,
SMS, BS64, 6086, Botti tool, and Kins; also lands of
the crown.
Dated this ct h day or July, 1907.
THK TATRICK LUMBER COMPANY,  LlHirap,
by Its solicitor, K. W. lUKMNim-H
Take notice lhal .W days  alter  date I intend to
apply to the Hon the Chief Commissioner ol
Landi and Works, Victoria, for permlulon lo
cut and carry awhj- timber from the following
dcsor.hcd land, in Weit Knotenay:
No. 1. Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest comer ol timber license 8M0, them-e
west SO chains, them-e south BO ('hains, thenee
cast HO chains, thence north no chains to place of
commencement.
Dated May 81, 1907.       .I.T. BuMiww. Locator.
J   W. C'OLBl'KN, Agent.
No,'2 Commencing at a poat planted at the
aoutheast corner ol application No. 1, thenee cast
HO r iu,iii-. theme nortli HO chains thence west SO
Obalna, them-e south HO chains to place of commencement
Dated May Bl, 1907,        '  T. Burokhs. Locator,
J. W. COLHL'KN, Agent.
Nelson Land District.   District of Weil Koolenay
Take notice that Paul  August Paulson, of Kit
eheiier, B, c., occupation lumberman, Intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the fob
lowing described lands: < ommcm-iuK at a poat
planted at the Mouthwest corner of surveyed lot
���Jwi-u.i, thenoe eut-tt chains, thenoe north so
ci.nl iih, thence cast lot* �� southeast corner ot uald
loti thence north to the norfhenfct corner of KHld
lot, 1 hence east to the west boundary of pre-em p-
iion No. 502, thenoe south to the north boundary
of tlmbfr licence No. BM6, thence wesl along
said north boundary to the northwest corner Ol
said licence, thcucc Kouth tothe liorlh 1 mlary
ol timber licence No 7018 thence WOBl lo a point
due south ol commencement, theme north to
point ol commencement, and containing ts-ln
acres, more or less.
Datod July not, 1907.   Paul AMOR Pauioo*.
LAND NOTICES.
Nelson I-and District.   District of Went CootaUS I
Take notice lhal I. Klizahelh FofgOJOa, ol *������ ���
son, Brltl-I*   Columbia, occupation   married m
man. Intfti'I to
Nelson Land District    Dlatrlet ot West Kootenuy
Take notice that MporOi Kepple .*t Co., of Car-
laud, I'enn ,  nocupattoii   lumliertncu,   intend to
apply lor a special   llmMf  H'-ence   over the   fob
lowing desonbod lands:    t.nmmeiicltig al a post
planted on Mos(|ulto creek,  -n  the   west side of
Arrow lake, nnd about one half mile west, o| the
anuthwest corner of tlnihcr limit No. 4H77, thi U'-e
aoulh Hi chains,   thence  West  HO clmlna,   thetiee
north HO ehains, thence c.lhI so chains to point of
commencement, and  containing MO seres, more
or leaa.
Dated loth July, 1907.    Moori, Kr.i-i-i.s A Co.
John K, CALgtMl, Agent.
weat  corner
chains, theiue I
chains, thence fl
commencement,
lesa.
Datod July98x4, iwt.
4, (.'ommencing at a post plant-d at the northweat corner of No. l looanoo, thenoe north so
chains, thenee easl HO cbalus, iheuce south HO
chains, thenea great HO chains t o the point o|
commencement, containing   6*10  acres,   more   or
leea.
Dated July SBrd, 1907
o, Coinmenctng at a post planted about two
miles north and Wmlle east o[ the northwest
c.rmr of location No. 1, thence south HO ehains,
thenoe east Ho chains, thence north so ahalna,
thonee west HO chain-- to the point of commencement, containing MO acres, more or less.
Dated July *:.rd, HW7.
fi. Commencing at a post planted at north*
west corner of location No. 5, Ihenee aonth HO
chains,   Iheuce   west   HO  chains, thence north HO
Ohalna, thence east so chains to the point of eom*
mencc'neiit, i ontalning (,40 acres more or leas.
Dated July Kid, 19U7.
7. CommenclUK at a post planted at the northwest corner of location No. b, thence norlh SO
cnatus, thenee West SO chains, thence south HO
chains, ihenee east ho chains to tho point oj commencement, containing MO acres more or lesa.
Dated July SBrd, 1907
8. Commencing; at a pOfl planted at the northwest corner of location No ���>, theme north HO
chains, thenoe cant s�� chains, theme south Wi
chains, Uieine west so chains to the point ol com
menoement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated July Ord, 1807.
9. t ominen'iug at a post planted about g
mllea weel ol the northwest corner of location
No   b,   thenee    nouth HO    chain***, thelice   ea��t   HO
ehalna, thenoe north ho ehalna* thence went so
ih a iii'- to the point ol coin m en cement, ami con
lal ul Ok 640 acres more or lesa.
Dated -inly 94th, 1907.
10 Commencing at a post planted at the
n Tthwesteorui r of location No. 2. thenoe noi tb
so i halus, thenee east HO chains, thence louto B0
chains, tnence west so iihajni to the -point of
commencement, contaluiUK MO acres, more or
lesa
Dated July 24th,   iMffi
11 Commencing at a poal planted about 1
1 , miles west of the northweat corner of location
No 9 and aboul U mile south thereof, thelice
south HO chains, theiue cast HO ehnins, thenee
north HO chains, thence west HO chains to tho
point of commencement, eonlalnlng 640 ncry*-***,
more or less.
Dated July 84th. 1907.
ii. Commencing gta post planted at the north-
weet oorner of location Mo. 11,  thence north80
chains, thenco ea*t HO chains, thence south Ho
chainn. theuee west HO chain* to the point or
commencement, containing 640 acres,   more or
Daled July Nth, 1WI7.
18. Commencing at h posl planted at the norlhwest corner of location No 11, Ihenee north HO
chains, thence west ho chains, thence south ho
chains, thenee east Ho ehalna to the point ol
commencement, containing &I0 acres, more or
less.
Dated July Mth, 1007
14, Commencing at a poit planted >��� ��� t m- norlhwest corner of location No. It, thenoe south HO
chains, thence west HO chains, tlicnce north HO
Ohalni. thcucc eaat Hi) chains to the point of
commencement,  containing  filo acrea,  more or
Dated JnlyWtb, 1907.
IA. Commencing nt a post planted aboul two
mlli-s north of north went cornerof location of No.
ii, thence south ho ehnins, thenee east Hi chains,
thcucc   norlh SO ehnins.   thence west Htl chain"
tn the point of commencement, containing m*,
acres, more or leaa.
Dated July Mth, 1907.
16, Cnmiiiciic* nt- at ii post plnn'ed at the northwest comer of location No 18, ihenoe north M
chains, thence east Ho chainn. theneo south Hi>
chains, thence west HO chains to the point of
pommenoemont, containing 840 aoril, more or
lefts.
Dated July "itth, 1907.
17, CommonciiiK al a ptist planted at thciiorih
west corner 01 location No Ifi, thence north HO
chainn. theme w-i'St HII chains, thence south sn
chains, Ihenee east Bfl chains to tho iiolnt of
commencement, containing MO acres, moro oi
Dated July 34th| WI.
IH CommcmuiK at a post planted at thi
nor hw.st corn, roflnca* Inn No 16, thenecHouth
HO ehnins Ihenee went HO chaiui. I onoi north Hn
chains, thenOO east HO chains lo lh�� Point ul eom-
mencement, coulnllilut/ (.10 aert s more or Ichh
Dated July Mtb, l��/7. H  K. ffALLAOg, Locator
Joun Buowit, Agent,    '
DiNtrlrt.if WeMK-.nL.
Takr   noliee   that   John   Phllbert ,��� ��  ^
British cnh.mMa?oeonpeUon,a n wS,1
*   -T'ply   lor   perm
le* nbed   land    i ���J :
ndi
following
poal plante- ..
about two ���ud one quarter unlet ,.��....i-1.*"
���0   land:    t'm-jii,Ill'":"
the north Ui,k   U,:*!ltt'
an. Intend to applv tor permlailon to parabaac
e following deacrlf"��ed laud : Commeneins al a
posl planted 40 chains wesi of the soulhca-t cor
ner   of   m.Hon   '22, Township 09.   Koolenay.   and
marked ��� k F's N.K   oorner.*'thonee  west no
��� ham-, thenoe south 40 chains, them .��� east 80
chains,   tlience   north   40 ehains to   tbl pi a* a   ol
oommenoement and contaiuinu :t-i) acres more
less
15th Julv, A. D. 1801,    KU/iTITH mooum.
by ft, A. I'alder. agent.
Neleon Land District.    District of Weat Koolenay.
Take uotlce that I. David Q    Kurt', id   Helena,
B. C, (wcupallou  merchant, Intend   to apply (or
permlMton to purchase the following described
land*. Commencing at a post plantetl at the
xouihwer-t corner o| (ociiou W. township f.'J.
KtMdruay, aud marked "1>,Q, K.'s EL \\ . mrner."
theuee north HOchalns. thence east Ao chains,
thcucc soulli Ho ehaius, thence weat 40 chains
tothe point ol commencement and containing
3*) a**res more or hs*.
Uttl July, 11*07. Davii. "i   Kirn/.
W.  A. Calder. agent.
Take notloe that I, Tbomai Ban) 'Wllaon, intend to apply for permlulon to pnrohaae the lollowlng deeonbed land:   Oommenoloi ata pom
planted at lhe S K. cornerof lot 75* and marked
N.  K.   corner, tlonce   south   10   chains,   thetiee
west 10cbaini, thenoe south io chains, thence
went 10 obalna, tnence south in chain*, thence
Waet   10  chains, thence   south   lu chains, thence
weat 10 ohalni, tahanee north to ehalni, thonee
eaat <���' chains to point ol eommeucement and
contaiuing 100 acrao, more or leaa
Juue 7, 11SJ7 i ii- ���".- Hi shi   WlUOM,
William -iLOpgo Milu*. agenl
Nelsou Land Dtnlrlct.   DUtrlct of West Kootenay
Take notice that 1, John I-alig. of N.-lson, B. C,
DO npalli ilner   lnlen-1   tO apply for   p-rmi-
tlOD   to purchase the following dencrtUd latidn
Oommenolng at a post plantod at the N.K  of
Dot sow. theoce east Jo ehalus, tnence ���.outh JO
chains, thi-uce west Ai chains, thence north io
chains to p.out of conimencemeiit, containing 10
acres, more or leas.
August ioi\, iw7, lonrUm,
Notice Is hereby giteli that CO days alter date, I
intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Com in las lo ner
of Lands ami Works for |aTiniasion to purchaae
the following described laml in Went Kootenay
diatrict. ou west shore ol Ixiwer Arrow l.*ke,
adjoining l��t .No VilH. on the south : Ihnlnnliig
at a post marked '-Harry McU.,Mrs N.K corner
post and tlanled on lhe shore of Lower Arrow
I.ake, at the nouthta.-t eornei of 'apt Kosluu'l's
14948, thence wrat 20 ehall.s, thence aouih 20
chains more or le����. to the north boundary ol U.
Kullmore's P, It , thenoe *1 chains cast along tin-
said boundary to lake, thenee norih along the
lake shore 'Ai chains,  more or  less  to point of
Lommeneement,
May Jud, iisr:. J. d. Koort,
  Agent f*or Harry UeLaod.
Nelaon Land DUtrl.
I ake notice lhal I
District ol vveai Kootanay.
rge Kufun Carter of Btrdar,
occupation, bndgeman, intends to apply foi permission to purchaae lhe following deiorlbed
iand : Commencing at |a>sl planted ul the north-
Went corner of H. RuAt' application i,) pun haae,
marked 8 \v., thence norlh 40 chains, thence
easl   -to   chains,   theliiM   south    Al  chain**   u>   A.
�� prry'i  preemption,  thence  west au  chaina,
them .- nouth At chaitm, thence weat t"> . halna to
place of oommenoement  containing  lao acres
more or less.
Dated July Vi, 1907.       f)K����Rd�� Rt'ri's Castkk,
W. J. H<*)TT, Agenl
Nelson Land District.    Dlslrici ol Went Koolenay:
'lake   QOtloe   that  OOorgO  Hturm,   of  Hillingn,
Montana,   C     H.   A.,  occupation,   merchant,   fn-
tonoi to apply <or permtN.iioii topnroham the
following daaoribod land:   Oommenolng at a
pont planted on the west shore ol Cpper What-
shan (Cariboo) lake, and al the north w.-si corner
of ��� ot Hi.ill, thenee west J!0 chains, them-e south
"-hiiiim, thence east .Ai chains, theme north 40
1-oint of commemremeiit, Hiid contain-
i-hain.
tig Hti acren* more or It-
May.
39th, LOOT.
(iKohoi Sruaa
Ntdson Land District.   District ol Went Knoleliav.
Take notice thai Walter McNeil, of Bllllnga,
.Montana. I H. A., occtipalltni menhant, intenda
l" apply for permission to purchase the follow-
Iiik dMortbad land : I dlninciicinK at a pO|l planted on the west shore of Upper W hi tell an (< ariboo)
lake, ami at the northwest corner til Lot H|:tl*,
then,,. ��,.*,t |0 ehains. thenre north ho .hains,
thenc... east At chains, them v south Ht) chains to
point of commeticcmciit,
acres, more or lesa.
May Mth, 1907 WaI.tkk MOMSlt,
containing   KW
I. the undersigned, after flo dayn iniend to apply io the Hon. the Chlel Comminnloiier of Lands
and Worki to purchase the following deiorlbed
hind: Commencing at the N. K. (;. of Lot 75H9
<-. I., thence west 10 chaina, thence norih 90
chains, thenee Cast 4o ehalim, Ihenee -nouth '20
dial tin in point of eoinmencement, containing HO
acre*- more nr less.
MMatOd March 98th, 1907. W. A. Mll.l-S.
Notice Is hereby given that B0 days after date 1
Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commlasloncr
of Liuidn and Works fur permission to purchase
the fo lowing tlcscrlhed tract of land, lltnaU tn
Wait KOOtgnaj district: Commencing al a post
plan led mi Placer creek, near Us confluence with
Hui	
ummlt
ek.   m
et Mc Lai
tilm, the
. the lu
ll Mi
N. B. corner* thenee nouth 4tfbh.
m chains, thence north   10 chain
chains tti place of oommenoement
28rd May, 1907. MahoarkT McLai*. iil.AN,
Wii.i.iam Uaiuioiih, Agent.
Nelson "ml Dlatrlet    Dlatrlet of West Koolenay
Take notice that Bdward Pettriol Ymir, British Ccdumhla, tM-cujiatlon, miner, intends lo apply for nermlssion to purchase tbl following
described land: Commciieiiifc al a post plumed
on the north hank of Com creek, about three
mllea easterly from the Junction o( Uist crcok
ami Halmou river, In tho Nelson laml district,
thencu north 6n ehnins, Ihenee wettl I'm tjhalM,
ibence south ho ehaius, more t��r less, to loat
creek, Ihenee IMt following laid creek lo point
ol eominencciiK-iit, and containing 4H0 acres,
more or lesa
Datetl June 6th, 1007
KnwAKti Pktkhh.
I Arthur a iii'ii   llurioii,
Hlxty days after dnte
tuiel.t r. ot Burton City   inlcnd to apply to the
Uble! Oommlistonerol i.*im   and Works, Vic
torla, It   C, to nurchase the following described
lamb, iltoateea��t ot Burton    Oommenolng ata
pOlt marked   "A    A    B   southwest   corner"   nnd
planted at tho x  w  comer of lot H-'ia u   i, and
running north i.-uihllni, thenco east 40 ehnins,
thence south 60 ehalna, thence west 40 chains to
placo ol comineiiceiuent
AUgUlt lit, 1907. ABTIIUB A. BUBTOM.
iltrli
thenoe weel ��i ohalni, thenoe    '     2
manor lees, t��. i...hl ereek, ibt ���,*. ..'... ���
"Id  creek   to polttl   01
the lonetton ol Lost ereek and BelZ
the Nelion laud dlitrlct, tbenet Sort
talnlng tho acren, more or It!
Dated June.'.th. 1907,
tinceni-tnicEt i
J"H" 1'H-rifin,
Take nt.llee that I. Arth'ir
wind to apply for permlvloti to pareks^iH
lowing.dcMrlb^llamis;    ( ������������,.,���.���       "���*
planted at the \, k. corner of I/.-, ir  ���!, iw
edS.  K. corner,   (hence   moth 40,Ut^St
veil tt chains, thence no-nh v. ��.tlJ , ��*
east 10chains tn ,M1mt  o, . .������..��� ,���,.',!1**
cotiialiiliiKNOaen-N.mMr.   ���., ,.-.        '**��-**
J tine 7, 1907. Arthi's a i.Ki  J-nraam
Taie notice that I, William K ,v , "7
loaptd> f<.r iK-noi*��nioti lo ptir. hue u* k
Ing   described   Und-      i ommi i ,
planted at the H. K oorner ol i-
ed   northeast    corner,    thence   a��*l' ��� o��
them-e   nouth   40   chain-   thei
thenc.- north lo chains to p>iui -g �����
no-ni, and i on tain Iiik ;--��.. :���   ���    . .
June 7. USA. Wii.I.Um Kt-.ixiu, ,r
William ammoUtlia tJ
Notice IshiTeh) (ft vet. lhat fll ty.ltju.'W,
I Intend to applv I., the Hon . t,u"f i .imam
of Lands and   Workn for pen
the following deecrlbed tra/-t ��.f
Went K.a.teliay district: i ..min
plumed alH.nt one half mile nor
(summit creek,  marked   -leao  i	
oorner, thonee east 40 ehaini> thtmm iSM
ehalim. thence west 40 chslni. tl,eonmll
chains bi place ol commencement,
.tird May. 1SU7 JtAS Cua
William BjJaara,Aggl
1*4 W l W
*.- * ���urt
Nelson Land District. DUtrlct of W-niC��eg
Take notice thai Frank Mchtinsld. of^.
Hnti-h t'ohimhla. *tx*t upathm tniDer. IBMOI
apply Itir |iernits*��lo)i to purelw.- th* :**...��
described Uud*-; ( omnniKln-rai i pottfdtM
on the north bauk of I-o*-; creek an-j iUi*-r
mile easterly from lhe jnnciloa nl L.*: ra
and Salmon river, in the Nt-lK��D l��n, -Jaw
the me north un hains, thence eait 0 rna
thenoe south fiO chains, thence went I **Ua*>
point o�� commeneemeut, and coDUUUgfl
eoree, more or lesa.
Dated June Mh. 1-907.        Hmi iit-Dtsa
Hlxty days after date I intend loipftTlg-
Htm Chief ' ���tmml-.-i.iii-r ol Uu*:n^'l
Victoria, B IX, to purchaw thr fiHtftlgk
scribed land, Mutate*.! in ihr WettKoelmfa
trtct: Commencing at a po��i piuwj a*
west side ol Koottnajr lake, iirtr KilseiB
point, and marked J. M. Kiuii..;t *.Lana
pOBt, thence west HO chains. ih��w��ns4l
Ohalni, theU'e enst M) chainn mureorkMlMl
shore, thence along lake tboretopertaHW
mencement.
Dated April 4, l'JW, Hlgne,! i 9(tm
HelflOII taint. District.   Dlstrictof *tttSw��*
Take   notice  thst   Kdward Krsjer.ofl
Montana,   0,8  A , occupatlou suol *~
tendl to apply   for  nernil���1 r "
hdlowlng   tleacrll>e*il   l-id.    L__
poM planted on   the w ireflf t"p����"
shan (Cariboo) take, at   : nt "  ��� ���ntnlttMSlI
of Lot si.!.', thenoe w��t * uhiiaa tot
80 el alns, Ihenee east 10 i hain��. then**
chains, thenoeeau 40 chain*,mon-orfe
wrest shore of I'pper  WhaUhan (i'-*nV
thence  northerly and   westerly alfntlM
ahore HO chain",   more or ).-*u, tn pjit'**,
mencement,  and cimtaluIng Ml tf��!.������������
May Ztfth, 1*907. yiis*wFi����|
Hlxty
Hon
days after dale 1 inteud to "PPjllL
let Commissioner of Uti'itw.���
for perminton to pnroham Um ���
scrlbeii land in Wast Kootensy
menelng   at a   post  marked  ttC*riJ*\
uorner   [a.st,   runulng   01 obaOU W4S|
the boundary of Tlmbtr llernce S" w***.^
-..nil., rly   bo chainn,   '* - *   ���   ���*���* *' : ' r  V\
thence   northerly   \M  chain-  along tht'���**���
track 10 the place ol comiiieiici'inent.n��"
two huudn d acren. more or IctW-
UxHttod this Mth day ol May.lwJ.
_ <tiai
j    .        ",.| rjoVioraMethe"
mlMloner  of Lsnda  and   W��rk�� W ? 4
to purchase tbl lOllOWlni deneriN"!'��""**���
in  Weit Kootanay dlitrlct:  ,',,,l,m;tSS
post plant-d at the well bo ind*ry��if��
and about 10 chalua south ol lliem"
of   the   right of way   ol  tie    II
way,  and   marked   P.   A    I' a 'en  "*"' ^
* Ifaatni, theim	
lOtlM
AtM>9
. -.cudi^    ���
boundary of tbe right-of-way of am."jj
railway.'thenee  following nsid '"''^'"ImI
right of-way lu at, eanterly dirc.-li J ����,
boundary ot LntlC12HI, tnence """""Si
commencement, containing iwi *trn*
less. , lrt_.
Dated thll 14th day of .June,!
I'Afl.
&*ni
Notice is hereby fW Ual #gJH
date   1   intend   to ipplf t" ',"�� |o(^
Comminnloiier of  IJiinls slid  *V .VilS ��*
so.,, topnrchaeethof<^owngac��j*g,"l
land, slluate.l In Wett Koot��nil *>��"     -K
menolng ��t a poil ^^Jf^SL��iMkft|
nboul one half inltu northw��*al from ' -(((
inlJ.H. MeL'n N K. corner, I ht'��" <* * (|1 t*
thence aoulh  40 chalii-. ,1,,,"M ,)(| ,���ibbp
rd May, 190T.
���e norlh 40   (dtalns to I'lst
M1,'nl; --         JoatsK-N-'"^
.UlBiWW*^ -
id
T.k,. houm that Hmtt "Kfftrl
Willi
,,,���..��
to  pnTOhm  th,* lollowli
V\.*al Kootfiiiay .llalrli't:
 if'Ssgasa
��� ' wtJ^&lS^*****m
red and eighty -fl v
district, theme no
west one hundred
north tw
mencement and coiit
' Dated the 19th t!��y "I **9fi \fH
tiilitK M
l'Jtl7      ,
lUli��v '
Notice Is hi
iteiid to a
mlssloner 1
intend 10 apply tt'"'
o\ Landi
niirehasc   tilt-   foil
situate in west Ko
at a poat planted ���"'
lluetice with Hummlt
Harbour's N. W. corn
thence east 40 OhalW
thence West 40 cbalna
2Xnl May P.NI7
���d Work. JgJSM
it '*""*k* ?!5��*a
���,.,. 1 i.'i.��� ",,h e'K
(UlU""
,P1.0j
, ,11"
Ncl������, un.i Pl-ir,.,. ^"-^Sa
Take hOtlM Ui��'..V,iV^n'7'i'i.l��'r,,'%,W
iri'l'*.''. .1 ,t
or, 11.0
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h (".ivcs Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and Smoked.    Our Harms Are
Excellent   Also.    All  Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
1NELSOIN, B. O
TIMBER NOTICES.
i  1.    Nutlet
re by    Riven    that HO dayH
luic'lViVteml'lt)   aj.|.ly t<��   the   Chic!   Coin-
,n���Vr   ol   Und   ami   Works,  for  a ���pedal
I ..ml curry Umber Irom the   lollow-
,. ,���',��� laufli,   *ituated   on   the   southeaul
in   river.  ...  the    district of We.t
, itj    Com mend ni si a post placed a r^ut
,..���,-��� ,,( H  l--til ereek msrketl "K. M.
, ... ,\,.\ corner," thenee no diaiui
a ihenoe w ohalni emit, thence no ehalni
i.'. thenee BD cbaini waat to place n eom-
SSdon the Ulh day ol June, 1907.
K M. KKKVKN, IXHiilnr
��� Notice ht hereby glrOD that :t*�� days
,UU 1 lOUnd m ipplT, l�� the Chlel Coin-
.,,.,. r ol Und*- ami Works, for a upeetal
,,' to cnl nnd earn timber from the fidlow-
1,.,-t.t landi nit uated on the sou theaat
I .ftlmon river. In the diatrict of Went
���tenar    ' ou.int-o. ing at a pont ptwed  ahoilt
���   rdiVeil of Rose Leaf creek, marked **���   H.
, |   ���,,,   1  m ilhweet   corner."    theneo HO
-  uorlh    thence Ho ciialns   east,   thence HO
��� tootb, ihenoeOO ehabu weat to place ol
E*fa 1 oo Uu* lUlh day of Juue, 1*J7.
K. M. ItaevKs. Locator.
^n Und Dlstrlet. lustrictoi West Kootenay
,���. notice lb It William Andrew Ross, ol
fai.   ti i    hotel keeper, intenda to apply for
11*1 liinUr licence over the   lollowlng   des-
M landa:
lommeneini ai s  post planted about
���rest of tbe  KootOJfJAJ  river, on  00
ui  the   District   ol  Went   Kootensy.  antl
i about nx mile*.  iorlh of tbe international
jd��rv line, end aixml two in I lea west tit tlm-
[lii.ii .���   No   ��Ab,  ihenee   aoutb   00  chains,
rliains,  thence   north 80 chains,
cbaini to point ol commencement
bontilnlni MO m re*, more or leas.
faUdWfa June. lW/f.
ommenetni st a )K>at  planted at the
���*.������.: M illiam A   Koas' No, 1 claim,
1 south U Chains,   Iheuce  west   90 chainn.
e north X cbaini,  thence east  00 ehatna,
I point ot ���nmmenccinent,  and   coutainlug
������ ur iesa.
���*���.. I . itb June. 1907.
-Commenclug  at a post   planted   aboul
��� Weil   ot   the   northeast   eorner of Willi*,,..*S*- .��� -..nm, ihenee south HU  chains,
>���**{ -���    haiu*.  thence  north  HU chaina,
irest *- --tiatnt to the i>oint uf commence
md ���������tiui-ilug Mt) acres, more ur less.
fatod 1Mb J ana, iwr.
Coouaenclng nt st a post planted at
Ptrtbwestcornel ol Wiiitsm  A. Kirns'No. 8
, tbsOie   norlh   BO  chsins,   thence   weal HO
tnence Kmtb no chslua, theuee eest on
. to tin-point ol coumencement, oonutin*
��� urea more or leaa.
ated Utb June,ior,.
i.i t'eiiirneming st a poat planted at the
p*<->\ eorner ol William A. Hoss' No 3<lalm.
ith HO chainn, thelice went HO ehalna,
rth 80 i halni, tbenoe east HOchalns to
Miu ol commencement, and contaiuing 640
more or leaa.
pted lMh Iune.l9il7.
L -Commencing at a j-oit planted about
Qm sreetolthe northnasi cornerof Wll-
i Ross'No .'iclalui, thence south HOchalns,
�����-i B0 chains, theuee north ao cnalna,
seat80 chatni to the point of commence-
atnl containing M0 acrea, more or less.
ated Uth June. iwn.
irTa, Ross' No.lclalm,
irth 80 chaini, Iheuce east HO chains,
uth sn chain*, thenee west HU chaina to
ei conunenoement,   and   coutalulng oto
IB  er ieM.
*t. I lMh June, PJ07
t   Commenelng at a pont planted about
l*in����(.nth of the  northwent cornerof   Wll-
i  K.'-'Sii fi cl.iim. ihenee n<irth nn chains.
west09 Chalm,  thence   south HO chainn,
tesst 80 cbaini to the point of commence*
P. ��n 1 coutainlug Mo acrea, more or less.
fated 15th June, 1907.
-Commenettt| at * \n>*l planted about 40
������uth of the northwest corner ol William
no. 6 claim,  theuee  south  HU cbaios,
, west 8p ehalna, Ihenoe north  ho chains,
B eaal Hi t lodnn to the poln' of  commence-
aril r.uiiHinlng 640 acres, more or lesa.
fated lMh June. i��w.
Commencing nt a poet planted about
M   ffetl   ol the   northeast   roriiCJ ol Wll-
Kf.**v Ko v claim, thenoe eonth, ���> ohalni,
eeitap(^alnj, thenee north ho chains.
*��� ��t sii ehalna tti the point of commence-
Bu containing Mo acres, more or less.
���I ' -th June, 1W7.
1     Commencing at n pari planted about
���nwcoiol the mirtheaat coruer ot Will lam
No. 'j claim,  then,.,   north  B chains,
��M  *�� chalha.  thetiee  aouth  10 chslua,
ftli .- i     "*" '"-ft'nit b> the point of commence-
ated 15th June. 1907.
���hii*.'   l """"eueing at a poat id-anted about
I       ii   aouth   oi   the   iiorthw
of
claim,   Ibence south HO
��. tnence  wnt BO chainn, thenee north ho
i*. tJi.uee  eant so chaina  to point of coin-
mini Hiw  enutainiiig B-ioacros, more or less
sled ism June. 1UU7.
i!i!"-.< ���n,��""'����-lng at a post planted about
sltia aouth 01 the northwest corner of Wll-
*   "*""���    No.   it.   claim,   thcucc   north   ho
'���   "'���   WMl  M chains,  theucu south HU
���..,....''.       J**180Ohalni to the polut of com
IUJlhi-sn ,,ln"l**1ll'"H'H" Ht'res more or loss-
pt'l thllflth dny ol July, fjfff,
Wii.i.iam Aniihiw Roas
tan Und Dlitrlot. District ot West Kootenay
imtlcethi.t  J. R. F. Btewart.  ol  ColltOg-
v ior !���'",,,'",,.*ll,,n lumberman, intondiTto
���liu' .iMe.'o"  11 . ll,l1,her  H'cncoover  the   fol-
,... 'Midn:   Commencing at a irnet
11 ii Miiaii itream about one mtlo sonth
t  m��J2f Ile",r , ly be" waters ol tiran-
1    '"'J' R- V. KU'warfs N. K. Angle
���hlthan .*" ,,ll��l����.  thence   weat   40
I   " ! """ihlW cbains, thence   west 2o
' , , ,<>u 1' i? *'lialns, thenco east BO
'"'i-je north as chains, thenco west 30
i, JjJJ*()r"| ^'""imenoement, containing
Frsirtian.  c      jasM r. r. mti��a>t.
2 d ^lotrict.  District ol West Kootenay
Mi%0n\^oo\m!lJS9* B^w-��rt,ol OoljlOg.
fly lorn ��,.,.."""jHmbermnn, Intends to
IbiKdeM.riV,,i M!nb,'r 11,,<,n<'�� "ver the foi*
���ted onlSeinntfi^ P��nMMfl*ng -at a poet
P ��d tl�� Mo Vi t, t li i. U,tS ��' �� ��� m ��l I crook due
II"" can   ,Vt   ,' Meadow mine, about go
P*rt'sN k aSJT "l�� "reek marked J. It. P.
N-"iih wnS�� I'OBt' th0��c', *""t 'Ml chains.
wtiilh ��<oT.TjSLf*H*thOM west 'Ai chains,
borih 7r, .'V ."' t,ie"(-�� west 8i chains,
���OUtb 30 nl, . n"�� **h��nce east 80 chaina,
. ''blainiiL l oi1"1" vUco of commence
t.nsn. Jum K K 8ltlWAIlT-
P 'no/h 'm,ir,Cl- DlRtrlct ot Wo"1 Planar
BlWfftlS^ift?.^   Keeth, of   Bpokane,
i��  tunber 1, .     ',L'r' ���'""'Ida lo apply for *
TH Istlda-Co^m?...   ?er   lh0   '""owing   de-
{"""'trth oi the        ;;ltIK,?,t *��� P����l pUntert 81
Jo'indgry i Mk .Vt,,, . ,r "/ lm',,nrth "hore lino
fe?��i limit No 8��J ,tlht  ?0ftheai| corner
d��''*' ""HI, 80 o ;���,��� ' tV-1,cu we,t m ��halna,
R l' ����nith hii eh-i  1 ',lhen i�� 0R"t w "hains,
R n'"1 "oi'tei,lui'-i.,1" polul "' oommonool
Rl>'��--', LM7        Ultl'luHcroa, ninreor lew
��� Jamks Kbkiii,
Notice ts hereby gtven that thirty days at tor
date 1 in lend toapply tothe Hou. the Chief Commlaaloner tif l.nii'i*- and Works for a apeclal licence to cut and carry away timber from the
followlug deacribed lsnda lu Weat Kootenay
dtstrlct: Commencing at a pott planted on the
nerth bauk of Ten Mile ereek, about one mile
and a half from Slocan lakt, marked II. 11 1'itls'
northweat corner post, tbence east lflO chains,
thence south 40 chains, theuee weat IM chains,
thenee north 40 chains to plaoe ol commencement.
D*te,i this J6th day of June. 1907.
H. 11. Pitts, Locator,
A. W. Htubhs. Agent.
Notice ts hereby given that thirty daya after
date I Intend to apply Ui the Honorable
Chief ComiulMtoticr of l-melt- aud Works at
Victoria, U.t;., for a apeclal liceuae to cut antl
carry away timber from the following deaorlbed
li.i'l- In Wfi Kooteuay dUtrlct: Commencing
at a poat plauted on the weat bank of Hmelter
creek, about one mile sonth of the City of Nelsou.
i heme mintii ni chains, thence west 80 chains,
thenee north 80 chainn. theuee east BU chains to
place ol commencement.
Dated this Uth dayof June, 1907.
C. 0. t'LAKi. Locator.
D. Booth, Agent.
NeUon 1-and DUtrlct. DUtrlct ol Wesl Kooteuay
Take notice that "David Henry Telford," Bas-
kalr��ou, Hask., occupation lumberman, lutends
to apply for a s{N��cla1 timber licence over the lol
lowfug deeoribe-d lands:
No 1 Commencing ata post planted about g
chains uorth of the norlhweat corner of Timber
Limit 8144. west branch of Little Hlocan river.
Weat Koolenay, ibence weet 80 chains, thence
-���outh so chains, thence esat SO cbains, theme
north 80 chains to point of commencement and
contslnlng 040 acres, more or leas.
Daled July sth, liar;     Dsvin llisnv Tiinmii.
No. 2. Commencing a post planted on the east
bank of c.niK-r crccit, and on the north boundary of Umber limit 8144, west branch ol Little
Hlocan river, tnence north 160 chains, thence
��� n��t 40 chainn. theiu-e south 110 chains, thenee
weat *0chaina to pla-i-a of commencement, and
containing M0 acres, more or leas.
lotted July loth, linn. Daviu hsmsy Tihroan.
No. .H Commeucing al a post plant*.I on bank
of knasle creek, about 90 ehains south of tbe
soutb boundary of timber limit8147. west branch
of Little Hlocan river, thenoe west 8o chains,
thence south 80 chains, tbence east 80 chsins,
iheuce north 80 chains to tbe point of commencement and containing 040 acres, more or
less.
Dated July nth. 1907. luvin Haver Tn.roin.
No 4. Commencing at a post planted about S
chains easl trom esst bank of Ruaale creek, and
on the we��t boundary ol limit 3, thenc- weat ho
chsins, thence south 80 chains, thenoe eaat ho
chains, th. nee north 80 chaina to point of commeneemeut, and coiitaluiuK G4o acrea, more or
less.
Dated July llth, 1907. Daviu Munhy Tii ruao.
tin. 13. t'ommenclng st a poat planted about
���0 chains west ol Uooae Creek and about six
miles from lu mouth a'. Slocan Rlrer, aald post
la about 40 chaina weat from D H Telford's timber application No. ll, thsnee east 40 chains io
limber application No. ll, tbence north lfio
chslua, thence west 40 chains, thenoe south 10o
chains, to point ol commencement, and contain
Ins <H0 acres, more or leas.
Date*! July 17th, IW7. Dsvtn Hknhy Tai.roab.
No. 14. Commeucing at a post planted at the
miuthwest corner of No. IS, theme west 40chains,
then-e north 160 chalos, ihenee east 40 chains,
tbeuee aouth 100 chains to point of commencement, snd containing nut acres, more or leas
lated July 17th, IAJ1   David Hiniv liLroao.
A   MllT.iN. Agent.
Not ice U hereby gtveu mat 00 Oays afler dale 1
i tend to apply to the Honorable the thief Com-
intnsiouer of  Landa  snd  W'a��^for   a   apeclal
tabaf from the
'Koolenay dts-
llo.ioratiie tIn
mi y*'tmtAui
.rry a-fi^B"
Dda lu^Q^K
Intend to applv to <
mlsalonet  of   Laud..   _
liceuae to cut and carry a.
following deacribed lsnda in1
No! l. -Commencing at a post marked William
Walmaley, planted at Kokanee Cieek Siding on
the Procter extension, on the west aide of Lot
ttnvi, on tbe soulh aide ol tbe West Arm ol Kooteuay lake, commenclug at the N K corner pot-t
running south 80 chains, west80 ehains, north 80
chains, eaat 8o chains to place of beginning.
Located 3rd June, 1907.
William Wai.msi.iy. Locator,
Jamw HrsHAKi. as Age*U.
Nel-on Land District. DUtrlct ot West Kootenay
Take notice that James Keeth, of Hpokane,
Wash., occupation, miner. Intends to apply for a
apeclal tlmb��r licence over tbe following de
ae rlbed landa: Commencing ata post about is
roda north of lhe center ot the nortb shore Hue ot
ii..uudar\ Lt-.Sc aud at the aoutheaat corner of
Timber Limit No 8074. snd marked James
Keeth's 8. W. Cornerpoat, Ihenee north 80 chalua,
iheuce easl 80 chaina, tnence aouth 80 chains,
thence weat 80 ehalna to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, mote or less.
July SO. lthff. Jambs grani.
Nelson Land District.  DUtrlct of Weal Kootenay
Take notice that Henry Relchert, of Nelson,
B <\, prospector, luteuds to apply for a spocial
lloencn to cut and carry ewey timber Irom the
followlug described landa:
No. 9 Commencing at a post planted near the
nortbeaai comer posl of timber licence No. WJ&4
and near Henry Relchert H. W. coruer post of
limber location No. 7, on main Lemon creek and
marked Henry Relchert aoutheast coruer post
No. 9, thence** ehalna north, thence 80 cbalna
west, thence 80 chsins aouth. thenoe 80 chains
east to the polut of commenOemeut.
Dated July 27.1907.
No. 10 Commencing at a poat planted about JO
chslua moro or less aouth from tho northweat corner of lot no. 'iM* ou main Lemon
ereek antl marsed Henry Relchert east corner
noil no. 10, theme 40 chnlna north more or less
to about midway of the soulh boundarv line of
timber licence No. BttWl. Ihenee 100 chains west,
thunce  40 cbalna soulh. tbence 160 chains  cast
to   polntofeoiiimilUcetne.nl
Hated July -Tth. 1907
No. 11 Commencing at a post plsnted on Monument oi��ia, about 70 chama, more or less, aouth
from where Monument creek, empty* Into L*tn-
on oreek, and near llenrv Relchert northeast
corner poal ol Umber location No 8, end marked
���Henry Helohert norlhweat corner poK no. 11,
thenee 160 cbalna south, thence 40 chains east,
iheuce 160 chains north, thence 4o chains woat
to the point "' commencement
hated July-nth, 1VOT.     .   ��� ,
" hknrv RRiciiaaT. Looator.
Nelson Land pUtrtOk Ulstrlctol West Kooteuay
Tako notice that Frank Flanagan, A H. Klder,
and K. W. Smith.Ol Spokane. Wash., occupation
ranchers. Intend to apply (or a ipeclal limber
licence over the lollowlng described lands:
Commencing at a poal Pl��nled at the ���OttthMlt
comer, about aix miles from the Koolenay river.
on the west side, thenco north 80 chains, thence
west 80 cnalns, thence south 80 chains, thenco
cast Hit chains to point of commencement, and
containing "Ml acrea, mure or less.
it-rtrt July mth. is-ov        JGfeT^jUJg,
K   W. Bmith. Agent Ior AppllranU.
Nelson Land Diitrict.   Dlltrjot of West Knotenay
Take notice tbat Frank Flanagan, A a Klder.
and K.W.  Hmlth, Hpokane.   Walh.  OOOnpatlon
ranchers. Intend  to apply for a tjjtm ttmi cr
lleeneo   over    -he   following   deicrlb*d   lands.
Commencing at a post planted one mile north
mTonc  mile east ol poit No 1,  -Which POgtU
nbout six miles from the Kootensy river, ��    tin
west side, tbence north 80 chains,  heme wait g
chatni, tnence south 80 Ohklpi. IMMJ���MMtK
chains lo point of commencement, and eoniaiu-
thir MO acrei, more or leis. .*���*��*���
Dated July 18th. HOT. >��*����^*}{g^g
li. W. Bhith. Agent for Applicants.
MUCH-DEDICATED LIFE
Formidable   Liet   of  Tasks   Sir   Wilfrid
Laurier  Haa Sworn to  Perform
Before   He   Dies.
One of the Interesting features of
what may be called the "make-up"
of Sir Wilfrid Laurler Ih Illustrated in
the *'AIMled''liiie. Capitalists IomU-
ing fur a steamship bubuiriy have asked
the righi honorable gentleman to contribute a million u year of our money
towards their undertaking. Some
right honorable gentleman would have
regarded the proposition from the point
of view of business and would have
spoken of It with historical accuracy.
But not so Sir Wilfrid. Thai right
honorable gentleman asks us to believe*
that he devised the idea himself, and
represents that his patriotic spirit impels him to devote tbe declining years
ft his life to the task of working it out.
The Quebec speech makes Sir Wilfrid's   position  clear.     It  says:
"During the last Ave days of the conference 1 announced a new idea, which
has almost become historic���tho 'All-
Ked' Une.
"My proposition was the establishment at once of fast boats on tlie Atlantic and the Pacific.
"I am thoroughly convinced that my
Ideas are in the Interests of Canada
and the Kmptre, and although I have
grown old and white in the service of
the country I am prepared to work fur
Time for advertising  extended hy tbe Assistant
Commissioner.
Nelson 1-and Ulstrbt.   District ot West Kootenay
Take notice tbat Thai. K. L. Logan, of Bon
ner'i Ferry, OOOQpaUOtl pninler Intends to apply
toraipeclal Umber Incnce over the following
described lands: t oiuu..;nclng at a po&t planted
on the soutb ilde of r.mmdary creek, about IU
miles west ol the Ko.itinay ilvur, thence west Ho
chains, theuee smith 8o ehalne. thence cast 80
cbains, thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dated July 6lh, 1907. Thou** E  I.. Logan,
Take notice that John Koss, of Fernle. B. C,
hotel-keeper, intends to apply for a *.|H-ctal timber llceucu over tbe following described landi:
1. Commencing st a post plsnted in tbe Im*--
trlctof West Kooteuay. NeWon Mining Division,
on the north fork ol th* south lork of Lost creek,
about five miles up creek from where two fotks
meet and about six miles north nt the International Boundsry Line and about tweuty-etght
miles west of KontcnaT Klver, thence east 80
chains, theuee nortb 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to bauk o( itaid creek, thence down stream
to place of commencement,
J. hos-, Locator,
2. Commenelng at a pout rlauteo at the southwest corner ot ���'. Ross's No. I location, thence
west 80 chains, thence north -i ehains, tbence
east 80 chains more or lctts to bank of said creek,
thence down stream to plai-e ol commencement.
J. Hoes, Locator.
3. Commencing at a post plsnted at or near
the southwest corner ol J. Koss'x No. 1 location,
ibence west 80 ehalus, thence south 80 ehnins,
ibence esvst 80 chains, morcur leas, to said creek,
'henee up itream to place of beginning.
j. Koes.Xooator,
4. Commencing at a posl planted at or near
the f-.uiilivr.-t corner of J KotuTs No. 1 location,
then-e easl 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
theuee west 80 ehalus, more or less, to bank of
aald creek, theuee up stream tu place of commencement.
J. Koas, Locator.
-'.. Commencing at a posl planted ahout two
mllei south of the southwest coruer of J-Koss s
No. 1 location, on the nortb fork of the tmulh
fork of L'.st creek, and about four mil. s up
stream, from where the two forks meet, theuee
easl 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 ehalus, more or less, to bauk of said
creek, theuee down stream io place ol commence*
men t.
J. Kosa, Ixicator.
8. Commencing at a post planted at, or near,
the southwest corner of J. Ross's No. 5 location*
on Loht crece, theoce west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thenee 8U chains east, more or
less, to hank of said creek, thence dowu stream
to place of i-ommeneement.
Located Jftth June. 1907. J. Roa��, Locator.
Claim No. 1.
Nelson Land District. Dlstrictof West Koolenny
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B. IX, occupation, carpenter, tut, ml* to
app'y lor a special timber license over tbe following described lands: t'ommenclng nl a post
planted to chains soutb of 8. K corner of T. L ".-
IB, thence soulh 80 chains, thunce east 80 chatus*
ihenee uorth 80 chains, thence west 80 ehaius to
point of commencement,
lune 28th. 1*J07.    AnTHUR Lai iikncb RasntNO.
Claim No. X.
Nelsou band District.   District ol \\ est Koo'enay
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of Atrow-
head. B C, occupation, carpenter, lntendi to ap
ply lor a special timber licence over the foi
lnwlug described lands: Commencing at a
post plauted HO chains south of A.I. Reading's
corner post No. 1, thence s.uilh 8o chains, thence
fast 80 ehalus, thence north HO chums, thence
west 80  chains,   to   point   ol commencement.
June 28th 1H07.     Abuhck LaatgJtOa Kiadihu.
Claim No. 8.
Nelsou I-aud District.   District of West -tootenay
Take notice th^t A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead. B 0.1 occupation, carpenter, lutenos to
apply for a special timber license over tbe following described lanOs: ('ommencing at a post
planted 60 chains south of N. K. comer of A. L
Heading's claim No. 1, ihenee south 1C>0 chains,
thence east 40 ohalus, thence north 160 chains,
thenoe west 40 chains to point of commencement.
June 28(11. 1*07.    ARTHtn Ufmni-t: Kk.uunh.
Claim No   4.
Nelson Land Dlitrlct.   District of West Kootenay
Tako notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B.C, occupation, carpenter Intends to
npply lor a special timber license over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
plantetl 40 chains south ol ti. K. corner of A. L.
Reading's claim No 8, thence south too chafus,
thence east 40 chains, tbenee north Itto chulus,
thonce west -to chains to polutol commencement.
June 28th, 1907.    A in in k Laukbncr Rkauino.
Claim No. 6.
Nelson 1-and District.   District of West Koutenay
Take  notice lhat   A    L    Readmit,   ol   Arrowhead,  B.C,  occupation,  ear|>enter.   Intends  to
apply lor a special tlmIkt   license  over  lhe  lol-
lowine deannbtd landa:   Commenoina ai ������ j.um
Jilantcd 40 chslni south of N.K. cornerof, .L.
teading's claim No 4, thcucc south loo chains,
thence cast 40 chains, thence north IGOOhulnR,
thence wesl 40 chains to polut of commetico
ment-
June 29th, 1907.    A stuck Ladrbnck Rbamno.
Claim No. 8.
Nelson l*nd bistrlct.   District of West Kootenay
Ti.kc notice tbat A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B. 0.| n(copatlon, carpenter, intends to
apply lor a special timlier license over the fol-
nwing described lands: Commencing atapost
nlitu'ed 40 chslni south of N K Cornur of A L
Knsdlug's claim No* K, thenco south 180 chains,
thence east 4o chains, thenco north 160'chalns,
thence west 40 chains to point of commencement.
Juno 29tb, 1907.    aim -in ii i.m'iikm ���!���: UatbiNo.
Claim No. 7.
Nelson lAnd District. Dtslrlctof West Kootnnny.
Take notice lhat A L. Heading, of Arrowhead
B. ('., occupation, carpenter, intends ttt apply for
a special timber licence over lhe following de-
tcrlbed lands: ('oinuicuclng at a post planted
70 chains south of N t coruer of A, L. Reading's
claim No A, thence son'h 80 elm In* thence east
80 chains, thence north BO chains, Iheuce wesl 80
chains to point of coiuuicnuum*> nt.
Juue39th, 1907.   AhTHua Laukkmk Ubaiunu
ther and with all my encry gor the
cause."
It is therefore plain that the right
honorable gentleman thought out the
Hclit me in an idle moment, and that he
is going to fight it through until the
million a year is 'n the hands of the
applicants for the grant. The history
of the Grand Trunk Pacific is similarly
treated. Mr. Hays wanted a charter
for the railway which his company proposed to build. But Sir Wilfrid Laurier's orations intimated that Mr. Hays
had nothing to do with the idea. It
was Sir Wilfrid Laurier who flrst
thought of the road, and it is Sir Wilfrid Laurier who is building it. Moreover, Sir Wilfrid has dedicated his life
to the task of opening up the West,
now the home of the savage, to civilization and trade. The right hon. gentleman. It is interesting to recall, has
planned many other great projects,
and Is devoting his life lo them with
as much earnestness as to the other
matters of which he has spoken. One
of these is commercial annexation to
the United States. Of this policy he
has told us:
"Every great reform has cost the reformers years of labor, and these years
of labor I am prepared to give, and
though Democrats may be defeated in
the States, and though Canadian*-;
may grow faint-hearted in Canada, the
Libera] party, so long as I have anything to do with it, will re main true to
the cause of unrestricted luciprocity
until that cause is successful."
Another is the scheme for free trade.
We have the pledge of the right honorable gentleman that he will fight for
this policy until It is victorious:
"And now I ask you what is the policy of the Liberal party? 1 refer to
freedom of trade such as exists in England. We shall give you free trade,
and although it will be a hard fight.
We shall uot give in one inch or retrace
one step, until we shall have reached
the goal, and that goal is the same
policy of free trade as it exists in England  today."
Still another pledge is separation
Trom Great Hritain and the Empire:
"I hold out to my countrymen the
Idea of independence. If we are true
to our record we will again exhibit to
ihe world the unique, the unprecedented example of a nation achieving its
independence In slow degrees, and as
naturally as the severing of the ripe
tntlt trom tbe parent tree.
"1 have again and again repeated
that the goal of my aspiration is the
independence of Canada���to see Canada an independent nation in due
course of time."
So that the right honorable gentleman has a rather long programme to
go through.
He is under promise to sever us from
the British Empire by slow process,
and at the same time to give us free
trade, accompanied by complete or unrestricted reciprocity with the United
States, lt might be imagined by the
uninitiated that a politician who has
made separation from the British
Crown lhe goal of his aspirations, and
who further has decided, while building
the Grand Trunk Pacific, to fight to the
last ditch for free trade, and also for
unrestricted reciprocity, would not
have much time to give an "All-Red"
line in the interests of the . Empire.
But we must not forget that when a
gentleman works merely with his im-
magination he can cover many more
objects than can be dealt with by a
plain, serious and ordinary citizen.���
Mail  and Empire.
Take -potu-e lliM Ira F. Taylor, elere. ol Arrow-
tieatt, it. f , intends tti apply for a tpeelal licence
to cut timber Irom the following described
lands:
No. 1. Commencing atapost planted 70chains
iManec Iti nn easterly direction from Cariboo
late marked "Ira K i aylnr's, W. Parttns' 8. W.
eorner.1' bounned on lhe south by T. L No ",6C0,
on the west by t. 1- r*o. 7672, thenco north 80
rhalns, theuee en*l SO chains, thence south SO
ehalus, theuee west 80 chains to point ol com*
mencement
No. 2. ('ommencing ata post pUuted 80 vhslns
distant"* and In a easterly direction from ('ariboo
lake marked *'W, Parkins'. iraF. Taylor's a. w.
corner poet," hounded ou the west by T, L. 7667,
���Oath by Ira F. Taylor's and W. Parkins' T. L.
������Jo. 1, thence north 40 chains, thence east IH)
��� ���hains, thence south 40 chains, thence weit 160
rhuni to point ol commeneemeut.
Ncltou Laud Dlstrlot District of West Kootenay
Take notice thnt K. W. Hmith, Frank Flanagan, and A. I klder, of Spokane, w,lsii , occti
palton lanchcrs, intend lu apply for a special
ilmber licence over the lollowlng described
lands: Commenting ata posl nlanted at the
routhoaat corner, a out eight miles from the
Kootenay river, on tbe west slue, and about
three miles uorth of the international bnuudary
llne, tin the wet-1 bank of Hrldg creeg.onthe
north fork, t hence north 80 chains, thenc* west
K0 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence eaat hi
obalUe to point ol commencement, and contain
ing ('-io ucres, more or less
Dated	
I July l'Jih, liKfl.
K. W.8MITH,
Fkank Ii asai.as,
*. 8    M.DKIt,
K. w. smii u. Agent.
SAMUEL, A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
���VII Kinds ���f Heating Plants ln Stock.
SANITARY PLUMBING.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooera Houae.      Tel. 181.
VV.   a.    GILLETT
Contractor  and
Bulld*l%
Bole agent lor the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail yards. Hough and dressed lumber, turned
wortc and brackets, ('oast lath nnd shingles, Kash
and door**. Cement, brick and lime for sale.
Automatic grimier.
Yard and factory: Vernon Ht,. east of Hall
IMBUSOIN.   B. G.
F. U. Box 882. Telephone 178
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nelion. B. 0.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
BATES IB  PKK DAY
lAf-ce aod Comfortable Bedroom* and Flnt*
.tuaalJlnliiK Boom.   Hum jut: Kocma lor Commercial   Baa
MBS. I. c.ci.akkk. Proprtetrem
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. EEICKSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court House
and Postoffice. Nelson. B. C.
Ttemont House
European and American Flan
Heels 2b cU.    Rooms from 'A eta. to fl.
Only White Help Kmployed.
MALONE   A  TRKGIULUa
Baker St., Neleon Proprietor*
Bartlett   House
GKO. W. BARTLKTT,
Proprietor.
Best DolUr-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar ta the Fineet.
White Help Only Employed.
Joeephlne Bt.
Royal Hotel
HB8   WII.I.IAM   ROBKRTH,
raoraiETaaM.
Rates tl and 11.50 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders.
Athabasca
Saloon..
CORNER
BAKER AND
S00TEHAY
STREETS.
Moat comfortable quarters ln Nt'laon
Only tbe beet of Llquore and ulgeri.
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN   IVEN8
JNO.   PHILBERT
MUST SEND THE BEST.
Lord Strathcona Saya British Are Growing Fastidioua.
Ottawa, Aug. 29.���In his annual re-
|)ort to the Trade and Commerce Department, received today from London,
Lord Strathcona, as High Commissioner, says: "The prosperity of the United
Kingdom is shown by the trade returns
to he increasing month by month. As a
result the great consumers of Canadian
products, the working class, have enjoyed a full measure of employment,
and at present there is no indication
of any change in their conditions. It
may be stated in conclusion, however,
lhat the working classes in England
are becoming more and more fastidious
in regard to food products, and that the
authorities are Imposing greater precautions to insure admission of only
high-class products in first-class condition. It, therefore, behooves those countries, like Canada seeking the great
British market, to adopt the utmost
care and circumspection in regard to
the quality of the products intended for
the British isles."
He points out that while in 1886 the
total Imports into Great Britain from
Canada totalled only $4,056,340, last
year they reached the remarkable figure of $42, 305 043. The British Imports of Canadian cheese amounted to
95,634.288. as against $1,382,699 in 1886.
while bacon sales to Great Britain have
increased from $127,316 In 1886 to $3,-
135,391 in 1906.
NOTICE.
In tho metier ol an application tor the ts<ue ol
duplltatoof the eerttlW-HU's ol Title foi Lots 0, 7,
Kami 17. Block 2, lowu ol Klu-hei.t-r <M��ptW8)
and l.tit MS7. Uroup One, lu the D r ot of Koute-
nny.
Notlee Ib hereby given that It my intention
io iHJtut' *l the expiration of ono month after tho
ti rst publtoaUon hereof, duplicates of Certificates
of Title of the abov" l"t�� in ihe name of Jusoph
Walker which certillc-tieK aro datod 32nd day of
.1 une, 1WW and numbered 8tHl A and a*4H2A re
���^nectively.
Land Registry Offlce, Kelson, BTC.,��rd July,
I0QV.
"H. IT. MacLbod,"
DUtrlct Registrar.
INOTICE
In the matter ol an epplf cation for the issue of
dnpll('ttt��Bof the Oertlnr-atmof Title to lot-* 11,
19 aud 13, eroup 1, West Kootenay DletrtOt. also
known as the 'Knotenay Chief," "Comfort" and
"Lulu" mineral elalmi respectively.
Soiice Is hereby etvou that It U my intention
to Issue et the expiration Of one month after the
first publication hereof �� duplicate of C'ertillcato
ol Title no. 6901a of an undivided Hl-tOOthg In
each ol the avovo lots, tmuied on the 17th day ol
May, A l>.)88tl lu the no me of John C. Ainsworth,
and also a duplicate ol Certificate of Title No.
i.'.'.Hii-i ni an undivld d 19-WDthe in each of the
abovo lots. U"uct ou tho 1*7 t li dav of May, A. V
1880,It) the name ^MJeorgo 1. Ainsworth.
Land Registry Offleo, ... l-.ui, U. C, AiiKUitGth,
lftfl.
��H. F, H��rT**0ti."
District Registrar.
*" We have had placed in our hands one of the prettiest best p.iyiit^
DEVELOPED FRUIT FARMS
IN THIS COUNTRY.
This iH up for n <tuick Kalo ou arcouut of owuer'8 ill health. Coll and fret
full particulars, if you huve $11,000 wu cau make a good cosy deal with you
for this property.
8.  M.  BRYDGES,
Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron, Ltd.
TO THE PUBLIC
Fire. Accident, Life and Employers' Liability Insurance
Let us quote you rates in the best board companies.
PROCTER & BLACKWOOD
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
MADDEN   BLOCK,  WARD  ST.
1?.&A
We Have For Sale One of the Prettiest Homes
Nelson, Situated in Fairyfrw, Clo��e to the Car Line
Large 7-room house. Stone foundation and first-class cellar. Complete water system. 10 lots under cultivation and planted in large, bearing fruit trees.   This is a snap.   For particulars apply to
STUBBS
PITTS
FRUIT   LANOS
REAL   ESTATE
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Acres
ol the
Choicest Frott Lands ta
British Colombia.
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.
A COMFORTABLE HOME FOR SALE
The house contains two bedrooms anrl hall upstairs, dining room, parlor, kitchen, pantry aud hall downstairs, hot nnd cold water. Klectric light in all rooms.
Two lots in a good position.
f >RI^I i $1900.      Verms can be arranged.
10-ACRE TRACT
$ t0 Cash
$10 per Month
AT FRUITVALE
We offer you something practical���something that will make a
real home���something that will
yield an Income. Every tract surveyed. Every tract near the town-
site. Daily trains; serviceable
roads; absolutely good soil,���and
all these in a community, not In a
wilderness.
Kootenay Orchard
Association
WARD ST.
NELSON, B. C.
INOTICE
Notice Is hereby k1vuu tbat tbe iimlersignect
have submitted 10 the L'entenant Governor-In*
Council a proposal under the pr- visions nf tbe
������Rivera and Stream! Act." f.��r cle-rliiK and re-
movlnir obatim-timiH from (Inat River and Uendow Creek, In the DlMrtct nl Wen: Kootensy, tuid
for making the *-nrne lit for rufttm; and drlv
ing theram logn, timber, lumber, rafts' ml cruris
aud for erecting "ll11 uiHUitttlniuu boomtt for
holding, sorting and di-llvcrlng logs atnl timber
brought down said ereek and river, and for attaching booms to the nhore of -au] creek and
river for Mid purpose-.
The lands t" b'3 affected bf laid work are:���
Lots .nv>, blt\l, ib'ii, and sub lots 1, tl. 11 1.1,14 and
lfi ol Lot 4699, < J roup 1, Kooteuay District.
The tMls proposed to be charged are Mich an
mav be flxe-l by the Judge of ihe t'onntv ���.*..-. t
ol West Kooteuay.
Hated :*im July, iwn.
Th* Intibnationai. Li?miiih A Mkkcantimc Co..
LTD.
F. C GR1-SN       F. F. BURDEN       A. H. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers. Dominion and British
ColumbU Land Surveyors
COR.VICT0RIA fc KOOTENAY STS., NELSON, B. Q
F. 0. Box MS   Phone 261 S.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Special
Excursions
To Winnipeg; and points ta
Ontario, Quebec, Maritime
Provinces, Central and Eastern States, Augost 5th, 9th
and fOth, September J Ith,
(2th and J3th.
Full particulars as to stop overs, etc.,
i a application.
���
Splendid New Soo Spokane Service,
45'/4 Hours Between St. Paul and Spokane. Catch the Flyer at Cranbrook for
All Points East.
Daylight service between Nelson and
Spokane Including GO miles on Kooteuay Lake in elegant uew steamer Kus-
1 aiuii'k. Fare fC.60. Return 112.45.
Good for 'ill Uuys.
Scenery through Arrow Lakes and
Rocky Mountain resorts unexcelled In
the world.
K. J. COYLK, J. MOB,
A.G.P.A.,Vancouver. D. P.A., Nelaon
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Sec. C. E.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL  LAND
CURVEYOR.
Mining Work n Specialty.
Oillco: Beaiey llulldlng.    P. O. tlox 434
Baker St, NELSON, B. C.
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The Daily Canadian
COLONIAL
is the new style wo nre showing in
CUT GLASS
Among the new articles just
opened up are: Bread Trays, Nut
Bowls and Candle sticks, besides
Jugs. Bowls and Nappies.
Don't fail to get our prices on
these goods.
J. O. PATENAUDE
MAIVUI'ACTLKINO
,li:\VI3Ll.HR���
Oar THURMAN MIXTURE
Watchmaker and Optician
MBETINQS
1, munlutored Irom 'no nnoat  tobacco, s*:n.
rlwrn-'l ud (lew-awiiHeutd.      '   �� nilld, Illll-
flravuri'd anil Bool     A tobacco you
ought to try
W. cA. THURMAN,
Tobacconist.   Baker Street.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frott,
Fael A Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICE:
N. E. co.. Baker   and   Ward   St*.
See Us
For Good Frttit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
Hooltiliatt Part) meet! every Friday
ev.-ntiig at 8 1. 111.. ln lln* Mlnera* L nloii Hall
All art* Invlti-.l; aiiv one allow.*.1 to lake part ln
the debates.    1". Austin. Secretary.
H. E. Croadsdaile & <��
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils ior
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat BuilderB will find it to their advantage to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
Limited.
SPECIAL
House and 3 Lots, Observatory street. House
well plastered and in good
shape. $1,000. Good
Terms.
WOLVERTON & Co.
BAKER   8T.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweep
Ing, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean
Ing Stove*, etc.
JACKSON   RADCLIFFE.
111 Eaat Baker 8t. Phone No. A114
A
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceri ��
Bntter, Egt?s.
Oamp and Miners' Snpplias.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or Bell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale
All kinds of Dlnnerware ln stock. Part*
terns 	
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
En? truer.
1NE.U&OIN,
B. G,
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Birth.
Born In Nelson last night, Aug. '���"Hth.
(1, the wife of S. S. Fowler, a daughter
Dance  Tonlgt.
The   Twenty-to-One  club   will   give
dance In the K. of P. hall tonight
Will  Return In October.
After spending some time In Ireland
Harry Bird and wife are now visiting
friends and relatives ln England. They
will  leturu to Nelson  ln October.
Patronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
Best Located Hotel In Nelson
Apartment* KlcRaut.    CutBine Cholccat
Civility and Cleanliness.
Under the management ol   B   K. Noble,
late ol Toronto, *-lUw a an.l
Winnipeg-*
H. Ward, Brandon: K. P. Lindsay.
Grand Forks; C. Manners, .1. L. Stewart.
I. Jones. W. White, Toronto; J. Jerrard.
Kootenay Landing; W. U. Dowser and
wife, Columbia; E. Strlpp, W. H. raiding, Rossland; W. E. .Tacoby and wife.
Vancouver; J. H. Young, Grand Prairie.
M.ch.; C. W. Townsend. London; R. II.
Hewitt. C. G. Christie. W. Glenn. S.
.lakens, R. E. Metcalfe. Winnipeg; S.
Peterson. Albony. X. Y.
Cor. V��rnon   ..u.: \Va��i-a strtetM,
Mil.Sl��, B- O.
G. W. Orchard. C. 11. Edict, R.
Church. Bpokane; N. F. McNaught, \V.
Hunter, Silverton; W. B. Urydon. J. T.
Morley and wife, the Misses Carley,
Miss Clark. Tdronto; R. F. Lindsay. D.
S. lnglis. Winnipeg; Mrs. liloonifleld.
Mis3 Sniith, Midway; L. L. Howe, A.
Lucas, D. P. Kane, Kaslo; G. Mather,
L. L. Ramsay, W. C. Robinson, T. de
Wolfe, Vancouver; T. Stiles, Seattle;
A. Vaughn, Victoria; H. Arnold. Montreal; J. A. Dunsinuir, Grand Forks; J.
Clemens, Lirtle, Man.; Y. S. Shejiard,
D. Miller, Calgary; G. Wellwood, Greenwood; T. B. Moon, Cleveland; H.Clark-
son and wife, New York; A. W. Davis,
Rossland.
QUEEN'S
F. R. McNeill and wife, Spokane; W.
M. Carter aud wife, Victoria; L). A. Mc*
Kentle, Winnipeg; Miss N. Zwigley,
Cascade; Miss L. Duncan. Edmonton;
H. Estabrook, Vancouver; R. Revell,
Trail.
GRAND CENTRAL
B. Campbell. D. H. Hellmans, Thrums
S. Skate aud son. Seattle, J. E. Griffin
and wife. Greenwood; J. F. Wilson, wife
and  son. Robson;   F. Premelt, Wlnlaw;
J.   11.   Morrow,   Winnipeg.
ROYAL
H.   R.   Stewart,  C.   J.   Stuart,   Kaslo;
J. M. McPherson, Trail;   D. R. McDonald, Arrowhead.
BARTLETT.
G. X. Rankin, Creston; B. R. CreBton.
Rossland;   L. B.  White. Slocan.
TREMONT
W.     Hamilton.    Erie;     M.     Merede.
Fernie;  G   Tromonth, A. C. Tromonth,
Slocan;   E.   Petitdonc,     Winnipeg;     L.
Kelley,    Greenwood;    E.    Pollock,    H.
Wlckvoilt,  Dumsden;   J.   D.  Orby, Spokane.
SILVER   GRILL
The Silver Grill has opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The best 35 cent
meal  in the city.
SOTHERN    tl   JEWELL,
Proprietors.
LOST.
GOLD CHAIN, between Hoover and Vernon
Htreetii. HuiUible rewnnl will be pai<] Ior lis
relurn.   MrDerrald A McHanly.
A FOCKETBOOK coutalnlii�� a signed cheque of
the Kfcohd Relief Mining Companj, ptiyable
to <:. V. Wade, and lettem. Finder kludly
li;ave tit Su I'laeelnn.
TO  LET
TWO KIKBT-CLaBS ROOMS, .team beaUtd     Applv bousekeewsr. 8rd flat. K. W. (J. block.
WANTED
A   PARTNER   with  12,000 lo   purrhaK a  fruit
raueli near Nelson    A good apeeultulon.   Partner ni-eil not be aetlvely MUtMed on ranch.
For particular!* apply T. G. tKOO'lEk.
AT ONCE.
eona.
WAN "IF]
I
A BELL BOY       Apply the Btrath-
ANTF1'���by young Engllaninau, job with trult
larmur where be can thoroughly learn the
[Miatneaa At present ill Winnipeg but would
���oine at onee.   Aililreaa H. !��.. Oaliy t;ana.llHii.
,t.     *M'*0 per month.     W.
Irk*. P.O.
TIACSCB   at
Sprutl- -
Meadow
retury
FOR  8ALE
FOR HALK-Blx-roomed cottage, Stanley Street
near Mill Modern lmprovementn. $1,500.
Terma given.    Apply Mra  Kaaou.
BOLL  TOP  OKJ-'ltK   DBHK   Mid   Ofllee Ch��lr
Applr Paator Sbiskf.
U.  S.  Mail.
During the flrst week ln September
the postmasters of the various offices in
Canada will count the letters and weigh
the papers Included ln all mails from
the  United States.
The New Court House.
Work on the new court house Is progressing favorably. If the weather is
not too bad altogether Contractor Gillett hopes to have the roof on tho building before winter.
INOTMIINQ   LIKE
THE    BEST
McLaren's
is n IN
Baking Powder
Jelly Powder
Extracts
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
C. Aa aBenedid
Comer Silica and Josephine Bts.
The Coke Situation.
R. F. Tolmie returned last evening
from Kaslo and left this morning for
Fernie. While at Kaslo he met the
board of trade and received considerable information upon the coke shortage. The board passed a resolution endorsing the government for its promptness in dealing with the coke situation-
Improved  Device.
In the recent lecture to the Farmers'
Institute of West Kootenay Prof Fletcher advised paper funnel guards
around cabbage and other plants to
ward off cut worms, which it Is known,
t annot climb smooth surfaces. G.
Shields, on his ranch on Arrow lake,
has a better scheme. He guards his
plants with old condensed milk tins
from which he has removed top and
bottom. They are a more efficient protection and do not require renewal.
An  Indian Curio.
While digging out the roots of a tree
on his place over the lake yesterday,
J. Fred Hume came across a relic of
the early Indian settlers. It was In the
shape of a stone pestle, such as the
Indians used for grinding corn. The
tree was an old one, and the pestle
must have remained undisturbed in the
gnund for a number of years. Naturally Mr. Hume feels very proud of his
find and it will remain in his custody
until the formation of the Kootenay historical society.
Change  of  Residence.
August Thomas and Thomas Sproat.
contractors, will leave tonight for
Tacuma. where they will reside in future. Mr. Thomas visited Tacoma a
few weeka ago, and several good opportunities for making money presented
themselves to him, which is the reason
why he and his partner are leaving
Nelson. During his several years residence here Mr. Thomas has prospered
and made many investments. These
interests he will retain, satisfied with
the future stability or the Kootenay
metropolis. The citizens of Nelson
generally will regret the departure of
Messrs. Thomas and Sproat, and will
be pleased to hear from time to time of
their success In their new home.
Taken to  New Westminster.
L,ast night Constables McBeath and
Edwards left for New Westminster in
charge of Kenneth Murray, who was
yesterday sentenced to seven years ln
the penitentiary. After he was sentenced he became almost unmanageable
and it required extraordinary vigilance
to prevent him from committing suicide.
It was the opinion of many who saw
him that he had become mentally deranged, and he certainly acted like an
insane man. It may he that his madness was feigned; if not he will likely
be handed over to the Insane asylum
authorities. The statement that Murray
could not speak English is not true.
While he spoke Gaelic fluently, he
could carry on a prolonged conversation in English. His partner in crime
has not yet been discovered.
f��|-|OINJB   7
A Considerable
Advance in Price
On .All Edison
Phonographs
goes   into   effect   September   16th.      Secure one now while they may be
obtained  at present prices.
Owing to increased cost of manufacture and also to an increase in the rate
of duty, it has become necessary to advance the prices, and after the above
date (Sept. It'.th.) all Edison dealers will
be required to put the new schedule of
prices into effect, and it will not then
be possible to buy Edison machines at
present prices. So again we say, secure
the Edison Phonograph NOW, before
the advance goes into effect.
Gem, $15.00;   Records 40 cents each.
STANDARD,  $25;   Flower   Horns,  $3.50
to *4.75.
HOME,    $35.00;     Support    for    Flower
Horns,  $2.75.
W. G* Thomson
Sr^o^* an'1   Nelson, B. C.
Phon. 3*4.
PERSONAL.
French Honor*.
Newport, R. I, Aug. 29.���Mrs. Chad-
wick, wife of Rear Admiral Chadwlck,
I'nlted States navy, has been decorated
as an officer ln the academy by President Fallieres of France, ln recognition
nf Mrs. Chadwick's devotion to the
French cause and the active part she
took In the formation here of a branch
of the Society D'AlIiance Francalse.
Prof. B. L. Henin received a similar decoration In appreciation of his devotion
to French literature.
The Store of Quality
Ram Lal Tea
Packed in the Gardens Where
It Is Grown-Can Be Bought for
the Same Money as a Cheaper
Tea.
We Stake Our Reputation on
the Quality and Reccommend
It to All Tea Drinkers as Absolutely the Best Value Offered.
50c per lb.
Rob.KLHood&Co.
K. W. C. Blo��k ��� Phone 10
L. Hanna of Kaslo is ln the city.
W. Hunter, M. I.. A., came down from
Silverton last night.
D. P. Kane, postmaster of Kaslo, was
In the city yesterday.
N. F. McNaught arrived from Silver-
ton last night and Is at the Hume.
Robt. McLean and wife have returned
from a visit to relatives at Pictou, N. S.
Alex. Lucas, provinical assessor, arrived from Kaslo last night and left for
Fernie this morning.
Miss McCounan haa returned from a
month's vacation at the coast and will
resume her classes on Monday.
W. H. Aldrldge, manager of the Trail
smelter, passed through the city last
night en route to Fernle, where he will
Investigate the coke shortage.
Took Hit Medicine.
Atlantic Sity, N. J., Aug. 29.���Failure
to mall a letter to his wife who is ln
Vienna. Italy, cost Charles Pattern, a
western mining man, (212 in cable tolls
yesterday when he filed the letter over
the deep sea lines to make up for his
forgetfulness. "I 've got a letter here
that I forgot to mail on the last
steamer," he said to the telegraph official, "and I want lt sent direct through
as quickly as possible." The operators
gasped when they saw the closely wrlt-
tenBheets, but the dutiful husband never
even winced when he received the hill.
Whulea.le un.l   K.-utl Dealer! In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Cyclone In India.
Des Moines, Aug. 29.���A wind storm
struck the Iowa state fair groundB early
today causing damage estimated at
$100,000. The big tent of the International Harvester company was blown
down and the exhibit ruined by heavy
rain and fire.
As He Can.
New York, Aug. 29.���Prince Wilhelm,
after his round of social duties and his
visit to President Roosevelt, will spend
the remainder of his time here as Informally as he can.
FOR SALE.
One of Nelson's Pretty Home Cottages of 2 bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom; hot and
cold water; large basement. Nice view
of lake. $1,600, $900 down; balance on
easy terms. Certainly a snap. 3 lots
75 x 125. Apply to J. R- B., Dally
Canadian.
(lumps supplied on shortest notice aud
lowest price. Nothing but  fresh and
wholesome meats and supples kept in stook
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E.  C.   TRAVES,   Manage*.
INOTICE.
Id the matter of an application (or the lune of
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title lor Lot*
16 and 17, Block 26, Town of Nelnon.
Notice li hereby aWen that lt li mj Intention
to isiue at the ex tifratlon of one month after the
ft rut publication hereof a duplicate of the Certlfl-
rate of Title for f-.e above Lota In the name of
Franeei tt. Day, which Certificate In dated the
19th Heptember. 18ttM, and numberd 28.'>OK.
Land Eflfflrtnr OOcb, >olion, B.C.iftth June,
1BU7. ���* H. F. MacLKOD,
milrlut Keifiitrar.
Is Pemovmed
FOR
lTS5CE/iERY
Its Busies Energy
AND
1tI0EPE)5
ES2SM
FRUIT
Plums, per basket 35c
Peaches', per lb 15c
Pears, 2 lb. for 25c
Apples, 3 lb. for 25c
Crab Apples, 3 lb. for 25c
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK
Piano  and  Singing Lessons
Given  by  Mr*.  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 Conner.
vatolre of Music for singing and piano
playing. Address Box 796. NeUon.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Agent for Trntcott Launches
and Peterboro Canoes.
Fineit Lot of Boata ln B. 0,
H.   L.   LINDSAY
Foot of Josephine St.      Tel. A ih
ROR  SALB
Hay and Timber Land���About 40
acres of hay and 60 acres of timber,
right beside a R. R. siding and only a
short distance from Nelson. (20.00
per acre.
Geo. G. McLAREN
Baker St., Opposite Queeir*n Hotel.
For Sale
COTTAGE���3 rooms, water and electric
light, woodshed, chicken houses, fruit
trees, % block from car line. For
quick  sale.     Terms  given.     $750.00.
6% acres within mile of city. Suitable
for market garden.   Terms given.
LAND on Kootenay and Arrow lakes,
Slocan, Kootenay and Salmon rivers,
etc.    From $10 to $4B per acre.
F. B. LYS
Real   Estate  and  General  Agent.
West Baker Street. NELSON. B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application haa been made
to reuinter Arthur Hamilton Buchanan a��
the owner ln Fee Pimple, under a tax late deed
from K. J.Btenion, Deputy ARueiitor and Collect
of the Blocan Asieiiment DlBtrlct, to Arthur
fIhiii 11 ton Buchanan, bearing date the 7tb of
November, A D., 190fi, of all and singular that
certain parcel, or tract, of land, and premium,
situate: lying and irclug In the DlBtrlct of Kootenay, In the Province of Britluh Columbia, moru
particularly known and described ai:
Lot number nine hundred and teventy 0*70),
��� -Mm [i one (I) ln the DlHtrlet of Kootenay, "Bun-
net Mineral Claim.
You and each ol Tnuare required toconteit the
claim ol the tax purchaaer within fourteen dayi
from tbe date of the service of thlif notloe upon
vou, and in default of a caveat, or certificate! of
Ilf penderiB being filed within aucb period, you
will tic forever etitopped and debarred from letting up any daim to, or in respect of the tald
laud, and I ahall reglKter Arthur Hamilton
Buchanan as owner thereof.
!>ated at Land Registry Of!U-e. Nelion, Province of British Columbia, this 2Mb day of April,
A D., 1907.
H. F. MacLKOD,
District Keglatrar.
To Bkk.ia.min F. Davibi,
Tbe Buniet  Gold   A  Silver   Mining Corn-
pan 7 (foreign).
NEW   IDEAS
IN SCHOOL EXERCISES AND
SCRIBBLING BOOKS
All the authorized Text  Books for
Public and High Schools.
Mail orders promptly filled.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR  BAKER and WARD.        Phon* 81
IVEUSOIN    IROIN   WORKS
ersaitNEEws aind contractors
FOUNDERS AIND
A-1ACHIIN1STS
A. A,  ISAAC
R. W. HINTON ���
RavpMlrlnfl MtaU aJot>l>lr.B H��uut��d va-ltH haapiitth.    Hh��a*t MaHal
Work, JVUnlng nnd  .Mill .\Wa*^l.l'��aa*r->*.      Manulnvturvra of
Or* Oatrm,  ft.  u.   Cuntrautora'  On.
Corner nf Hal ��n.l
Fn.nt -ir. .ra.
NELSON,    Et. C.
A.Q. LAMBERT & CO.
Sw^e/Sh^w Lumberf Shingles.
Loth, iYlo-uldlnK-s, Doors, Windows.
I'urnod Work nnd Br��cltaT>t��. Mail Orden promptly ��ti.*n<i��*u.
VBRNON (TRBBT   ...   NBLSON, H. C.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company, Limited.
NELSON, B. C.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
THE LAST
SHIPHEST OF
SEMI-READY
2-piece suns
TO HAND
J.  A. GILKER
BAKER 8 I'RHfrr, NBUSON.
KtOOttttttOMM
STARKEY & CO.
Wholwan Provlalorw,
Produce, - Prult-
���^Government Oreamery One Pound Bncka received weekly ttath trom tht
churn.    For ��vle by all leading grooen.
Offioe-uid warehouse: Honaton Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street. Nelson, B. C.     \
Hammocks
Our shipment oi these has been delayed in transit but we &*"������*
them now, and in order to clear before the season is too
far advanced we are selling them at prices that
should place one in every home.    Call and
be convinced and enjoy comfort.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited. N.uon Br*.***-
G-ttns and
Ammunition
1
If yon are thinking of baying a Rifle or Unn thin etnao" ���"
and inspect our itock.   ���,
We also carry all the beet makaa of Ammu��Uion, intlnclinil
Dominion,    Eley,     Kynoch,     U.M.C
and Winchester.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Limited
Wholesale
NBU80N
Retail

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