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General Outbreak Feared
in Morocco
| Tribesmen Gathering Appifestlf *��
Combined Attack on French
it Casablanca.
Parli Auk 31.-A despatch *�� ,B4!
|a.U. from Tangier .ay. thajlfeto
I, Morocco l�� growing ".ore alarming
In,' (or-lsn legation* have made an
lauca.rrn.en. or place, of refuge for
l&wcuu in case ol danger. Number!
mlinruata are appearing IB hud
liMuna Hi.- ell) A curler from *���*.
|tc correii��ndent adds. stated thai
LlttiBen have attacked and utterly
Luted lhe troops under Cald Abwl
Killer, near Fei.
1 Th.-  Manna   I'aaablanca   oorreiopa.-
kit ay> thai Wednesday'! attack ob-
.Malr ��a�� directed by a person laWf-
Lbl' ci.nv.T��ant with the method* of
triers   warfare.    The    correapoajfant
���M that lhe natlvei made a .paslHd
itge and that only   the  ahella  fiom
01 ire  broke  It.     The   newspaper
Lrrenyadents had  a   narrow     *eeape
\m capture.    One   uf  them   ha*   kil
joule tilled.    The  correspondent   ��liO
_uy�� that an Arab  fugitive  luu  OOs**
I     Cutduca brlnglug  Malal  llaflg'i
��� inch he request* the llib**-
_��en U/ mak.. no further attack oa '\*
Irrachmi-n, laying that he hope, to ar-
r, Friday. ��ben "1   will coaster with
... Freud, and It good cornea from at,
jwill be for all, If not. 1 wUl Jean my
L-     wlih you and lead you."
Jummary of Situation aa to Produetlon
and Diitrlbution In Three  W����t-
trn Province..
| Toronto, Aug.  31.���A  apeclal  corres
mnent of lhe    Globe    writing   from
ferule, has the following to say of the
al situation uml prospect!:
I The mining   dlatrlcti  ol   the  Crow'.
lest Pais do not   reflect the   concern
Pilch la felt on the pralrlei with refer-
pce tu Uie fuel oullook for the coming
It la true that  a   shortage  of
an al aome of the mlnea and a acar-
1 of skilled labor are caualcg aome
lata to the opcrutors, and the aggre-
I output la not as large as It should
Hut the mate of affairs 1. generally
kporu-d tu be much  better than that
Phlch prevailed at this time laat year,
N such comparison  is   tha only   One
Jkich conveys, an Idea ol the true pronation.   Al the close of last summer,
I ��lll he remembered, ntfle or no coal
tu moving tu the east Iron, this nelgh-
>rhoo0   The (ialt mines at Lethbrldge,
principal  source of   domeatic  fuel
'My for the new province!, were tied
1 ���> the htrlke, and did not resume
f'Pping   operations    until    December.
smaller    mines    did   not   produce
mwcli in the aggregate to moot the re-
Cf���"��. ��"d the supply of Canadian
| ��'aclii. from llanff was not sufficient
"\*4�� up lhe deficiency.    The steam
f*1 which was produced In the Fernle
Ms not available for household
purposes, nnd  could   not   he   depended
JWI la uti  ,he  ��ilutttlon   wMch   the
r��n��i!e of aomtiUa coal caused.
uu 'he whole there waa room tor
,., ���noern un aceount of the .hort-
tJ "Mny a "ouaehold wa. In dee
R*-* A" "��** approached
I t .1 nation Improved slightly with re-
r> ��P'"ductl������ .but their, n.porta-
Mlw,,C"' ��ff"et ln��l *���������� The
I��l vX --" bU"y wlth the movement
..',y lh0 tlme ^e gr,,l���  movement
winter had been "decent." But it waa
motl unruly, and It per.i.ted In It. a*,
farloua work for week!, and even
montka. waiter Itahoufd have retired.
The priilongaiiou of the Intenae cold
furnished the treat difficulty. The
ptepafatHaa^aiwa. were made on abort
notice to m*M tW legitimate demand!
of the peopta wet* aat suacl.at to oov
er tha oiwratloaa of a aeaaw* which wa.
practically twloa tu long aa aa ordinary winter. There waa a great deal of
Inconvenience In aome of the more remote aettlementi, and there waa even
greater alarm over tha poaalblllty of
lam of life. The moat Intenae relief
WM felt wben spring Anally arrived,
and It waa hoped that tha waat would
be a pared a repetition of the experience
which a coal ahortage had wrought.
There  are   Indications   that   the   lea-
aona learned laat wlatar have bean taken   to heart   aad   that tha   uncomfortable Incident, which marked tha course
of   eventa   then   will   not   be  repeated.
It Ii true  that the general   public baa
not awakened to a sense ot Ita respon-
sibiaties. and la Indifferent on the .unlaw of laying In a .undent supply of
(til.    HaaBSja nature la said to be the
oajajay of ����� Indifference       It    I.    the
same  vaHaty af  human nature   which
rasWea to borrow trouble      The weet
ajmer win not cross p "    "
somes to It. and be r
���upnlv  of coal    until
cotota     It la alao
of e* Saskatchewan
not ��ad will not be '
ika} IfweattM of tha
who  war*   aapreparaal  to aaaaaaa  th*
financial     reeponalblNtr     'lamarl    to,
large ihlpBwnta of anal fa law*.   'Oka-
fact   that   the   maaaawaaaat  of  a   largaa,
grain crop will .iratllj   aiaalnUh tha
aupply of oar. la tha tall UK alao ha
taken  Into  oonatdaratloa.      Bat    .van
theae factor, do not overlook the Improvement ta the ���amoral altuaUaa.
Tha railway., mine-owner a aad provincial government! have taade tha
mo.t of their opportaalUaa durtac tha
apring and aamnver, aad the reault at
their joint effort! are ta ha aaaa la la.
creaaed atocka of coal at polnta convenient to tha great consuming diatrteta.
The wboleaale dealer, are doing their
utmoat to "Main large auppliee In order to be la a position to meet demand!
regularly and ateadlly. Many of tha;
retaUara are alao itocklng np liberally.
ihhnwoTh thU branch of the dlitrlbutton
Uy do mack more toward.
tha MhUc against  tha  paa-
a TtialBa. Tha aatalln*A.r-^::;
ml nee are complaining; of a .borvaaw of f SWttoahl
car*, while tha larger oaee are pvayiag
for a larger aupply of .killed miner!
The deficiency la tha labor market M
very noticeable, aad It apallee to all
departments of the work, it la felt particularly by thoae mlnee which employ
a large amount of machinery, aad which
require experienced mine worker! In
order to carry on their operation! to
the beet advantage. Thli M, Indaad.
the greateat obatacle, and If It were
overcome the fear of a fuel ahortage In
the weat during tha coming winter
would  practically  dlaappear.
�� trouble. Tjae west
oat �� brlatop until he
be will llfi hay In a
until fiwW wwather
a true that *�� eradlt
* goveammaat oaa-
aaed tajJTyeer tor
I aaaall aaat itaglna.
Fiptt Cunts a Month
Borden Platform Improves
With Acquaintance
Spc.ukUo* at Ottawa as to New
Liberal CaaWMatcs for Vacant
Seats la ComaiMS.
Brunawlck portfolio aWear to be ateadlly diminishing Within a few week!
after Mr. Pugaley ceased to be Premier
of New Brunawlck Ma .ucceaaor had to
go to the money market to borrow $1,
500,000 at live per cent,. which la a
pretty high rate for a government to
Diihetieety    and     Inaubordlnation
Moantad Polite.
lhe c"!; M<1 Wcre una��'�� to furnl.h all
���� rewind for the .hortage  of
OVOr     111 �������������� aa     iKV'MlUVIIt
r^tchewan ZaT P^ieal"^   ,n
fcbout ih�� . become acute.    At
P-?a?2 ,tl,n6 ,he "��""" �����"
Iai>.       ��al th��lr lunnlv .., ��� _
������,, ,, ""���""y <" coal from
P�� hta. .. .!"?* C0"'-"!. wa. not
'"go at i,        "  " """
P�� to coanBn!L!hou!" "e, and they be-
rlr""nB. All ."   " keep tn��'��- tralna
,A" tho  clrcum
���tance. would
l6,remi"���� effort.     .aen    thrOU��h    ">���
*"v   ��nu   b.2,,      goTefnment,   rall-
���"���Wpkl    official.    If the
Paya   With   Wine   far   Sllpplmj   Pram
taddt. an Parade.
Berlin, Aug. II.���It haa been tha custom In the Pruaalan army alnee the
time or Frederick the Great that an
officer who loat hla aaat ia tha aaddle
while on parade ahould at���� ��� wiaa entertainment to hla comrade!. When
Kmperor Wllllan illpped out of hli aaddle while renewing the Veterana at Hanover, oa Auguat 21th, he remarked
laughingly to the offlcera aorroundlng
"Tbla I. an ezpenalve Jolt for me as I
muat provide wine for all the officera ol
the army corpa," and later, when he
ordered wine to be aerved at all the
officers' meaaaa, he remarked: Tbla
little fine amusee me uncommonly.'
Plea Pram Pea.    ,
Tangier, Aug. 11.���The French crulaer
Deu Challlu arrived here fromL'Arun-
Icb with refugee from Fei.
New Pacific Line.
New York. Aug. 31���A new ateamahtp
company, to be known aa the American
and Manchurlan Line, haa been organised to maintain a fortnightly aervice between New Yor. Dalny and Port Arthur,
and porta In China and Japan and the
Philippine!. The United 8tatee Steel
Product! company la aald to be behind
the company.   	
Curb Brokers Stay.
New York, Aug. 31.���The application
made by Jamee A. Allan, a lawyer, to
oust the curb brokere from Broad St.,
haa been denied by Juatlee Ouy In the
eupreme court. Counsel for the broker!
submitted sffidavlta from their tenants
of the vicinity teatifylng thnt they were
not at all dlaturbed by the curb brokere.
Cheating Prenoh Customs.
Parla, Aug. 31.���Th* police have unearthed a acheme that ha. been in operation for a long time here to defraud
the French cuatom!. Bavernl officer!
and a clerk of a large trejjht firm doing bualneei with the Unltai Stales and
England, and a clerk In th* <rtt|jiMMd*;
partment, were taken into <**��**��� Th0
frauda are estimated at HflMMw.
Aug. 31.���The Borden platform la in all respects a policy for the
common people. He la not opposed to
tha all red line with it provision for the
rapid transit of passengers, but does not
hesitate to say that It Is more Important to give rapid, aafe and cheap transport to the products of the farm, the
oreharS ��ad the fisheries, and especially
ta JwrtaMaWe articles from the place of
orvJjfak ta TsM market. Where one man
aiiaaili ta* ocean or tha continent taoa-
aasaBS are talereeted a* coaaamen ia
easm��a. traaan.nrtaJ.iua. aba aenrdea apeaka
Ha. aaaaSa ate. lor the trav-
Canailt��� nlfira. for the
people vaao aaa or oajaTka to base the use
of the t��aa)iaph* aad telephones, for
tha Matter aa western land! who haa
the ambBe domain exploited by
to hla lo... He .peaks for
la the factory, the work-
la th* mine, for the nahermaa and
It is therefore not surprising that Oa Halifax platform grows
an favor Say w* day and that Mr. hordes)
himself I* to have aa enthaaiaatic r*��
caption In th* sight .revises* which ha'
shall tialt la ths next tmw weeka. ,
Th* fotcrament ha^saM $12,460 aad
Internet for the land aeajalred at Keot-
vIBa, Nava Scotia, by the militia de-
ajtna raaa~ Tbla la not
aearly aa maeh aa was nlilmid by a
H. Dodgs. It. P. P.. and hla political
partner from whom the alts waa purchased. Bat It la the extremely generous amount that the government offered when the land waa taken, and It
la doable the amount that the vendor.
paid tor the land Just before they sold
It to the government. The middlemen
ware active political aupportera of the
minister of militia In his own county,
sad were ao fortunate aa to know Just
where aad when to purchaae this land
so that It could be sold at once to the
department. There waa no reason why
the minister of militia could not have
bought the land from the original owner at the original price. But that la not
the way the Laurier government doe!
business A purchaae of land without
a rake-off would be a startling innovation In government  methods.
In addition to the four offlcera of the
new mint mentioned laat week a fifth,
to have the title of tint aenlor clerk,
haa been appointed. He starts out with
s salary of $l,80v to be Increased to
12,600. The five other offlcera Whose
ealariei are now provided for will receive 111,500 st the start and $15,000
when the increases come due. Either
of than smounta la con.iderably la ex
ces* of the average cost of the Canadian coinage in the laat ten years.
It ll believed that Sir Wilfrid Laurler
will make a atatement within a few
daya concerning the repairs to hia Oov-
Elections will be called for the four
vacant seats in the House of Commons,
8t John county. London City. North
Wellington and Eaat Northumberland.
It la predicted that Mr. O. C. Gibbons,
heretofore an active manager of Mr.
Hymen's elections will be the, government candidate In London. This is
the gentleman who testified in the London conaplracy case claiming that aome
of hi! party friends had been fighting
the devil  with  fire.
Ex Premier Pugsley, of New Ilrtins-
wick will be called to the Cabinet to
succeed Mr. Emmeraon, who is now
down and out for good. Mr. Pugsley
a few weeka ago wrote a public letter
to Mr. Emmeraon expressing confidence
that the former minister would be vindicated and restored. Cautious minister!, understandlnx the financial condition in which Mr. Pugsley left his
own province, and the lavish way In
which be threw out money to local
railway promoters, in whose enterprises
member! of the government bad more
than a benevolent Interest, are still In
terpoeing objections. But cheerful nnd
lavish spender! 'of public funds are
never without political Influence, and
Mr. Carvell'a  chances    for    the    New
Calgary, Aug. 31.���Desertion! from
the mounted police have become frequent of late. The last to decamp was
Constable Dearie of Banff. He took $��00
dog license collection! with him. Inquiries mad* In every direction Indicate
that he haa gone aouth. Hla capture ia
expected ahortly as the police have an
excellent aesciiption and photograph of
the man.
The first two men to leve the R. N.
W. M. P. were Boehart and Such, who
deserted at Saty some time ago. Neither
of these men have been caught. It ta
thought they went to the coast.
The grand total of such desertion!
during the laat few months ia seven
They are: Murray, Deane. Thompson,
Young, Lacy, Buchrat and Such.
When these man are found they will
be severely paatxdkwd, as It i. only by
���uch means that haadreds of others can
be restrained trows .saving the aervice.
It  I.   said  that  aaa moanted   police
atrthorlties view thaigrewlng unrest with
Volume *f Ore   llaaafcd StIH   Small-
Outlook Uncertaia���Stack Market
The week la mlmag has aaen little
new. The coke laortage 1* atlU Use
leading , fonwure. antpuix minister, at
mlaea. ft. T. TolaM*. it
and pal ay hla iwport to
ment tlrsra* CM on ho
time tha) gtnstten ar* crippled and even
Trail la ka.dlkMJsee or* than usual.
The Hall MiadVleilltor, for reason!. It
la understood 4N altogether connected
with th* coke atortage. will closedown
about September 10th.       ; t
snowed awesaaaea* In aearly every security, but with' a- large volume of bust-
neat! transacted. *
Albera Coal ft Coke weakened aad
aoM ~a* law aa 40 cents, bur! with, little
interest .pealent. J3. C. Copper fall oft,
and sold on Friday'at about IT.ltH aa>
dividend. Consolidated Smelter! ware
offered freely at flit with no buyer, in
evidence. Cariboo-McKlnoey continued
In demand with prices almost unchanged, offering! being taken at from 1*4
cents to 4M cents. Dominion Copper
fell off and sold at tha close at about
I4.62H. but aa ouotatlone were ao Irregular, and great difficulty found in
transmitting orders to the curb In New
York, but Little baalnssa waa transacted.
Oalbralth Coal waa perbapa mora in
demand than any other Mock, these
share gaining about one-half cent on
the bid price, with all offerings nt anything below the market quickly taken.
Diamond Vale Coal remained almost
stationary, fluctuating only a point or
ao with but little demand. International Coal remained unchanged, selling at
about 89 cents to 90 cents. Rambler
Cariboo fluctuated between 17 cents nnd
28 cents, with a larger volume of bull-
neaa noticeable than for aome time.
Sullivan advanced about 1% cents and
continued Arm throughout.
Following are the approximate quota-
tlonea for the week ending today:   .
Bid.   Aaked.
Rambler  Cariboo ... .17 21
Alberto Coal ft Coke $     .$���    $     .41
American Proposal as to
Debt Collecting
Czar Instracts U. HdidoU to Acceft
Sasjwmkjjtoft   law   *j|atnaftiil
���IvwaBjB^wjjBjsBjvWaaaBJi       ewCBBj        aj) ajaa a vaBBwesaawatea
iPaCrttap Ift fBlOK.
The Hague. Aag. 31.���In answer to
the Inquiry of President Nelldoff the
authorities at St. Petersburg have
cabled him that Emperor Nicholas,
after recaluaft an offer made on the occasion ol the laat conference, which
was not accepted then, eayi he will not
repeat the same offer, but that the
Russian delegation Is to support a aew
proposition, namely that lhe conference
meet every .even years.
Tha Americana have, drawn up a aew
resolution with iaspect to the collection
of contractual debta, differing from the
first proposition only la form. It la
practically Intended to do away with
the numerous reservation! made when
tha first proposal wa* pat to a vote.
Tha text la aa followa: "With the object of preventing armed conflict b*-
tweea nations arialng out of the de-
BHSvaa of the government af oee country tot payment by the government of
of contractual debu due to
of Ita aalloasllty, tha algned
not to have recourse
to eswsft aasae Bar recovery tor saah
This aUpalatloo la
r, whan th*
debtor state lawawaav or leaves unan-
of atwatratton, or la
al  a
to  conforavto
, Jsnpiis of the Hume
Sva school days _
Plv. 1��� Miss B. B
Bate���Freda Bul-
B. C. Copper	
Cone. Smelter.....
Cariboo McKinney
Dominion Copper.
Oalbralth Coal ...
international Coal
7.00 7.25
105.00 117.00
���OS* .04*
4.S7H 4.IH4
M .17*
���8��H -91*.
-11H .12*.
First Military Airship Nearly Ready at
Aldershot. Aug. 31.���At least one military secret has been well kept In England. It is now learned for the first
time that for the past two.years the
construction of a military airship has
been in progress here, and It Is probable
that within the next month Aldershot
will see the first of the British aerial
fleet floating over the parade grounds.
It is believed that the new airship will
approach the type ot Lt Fatrie, the
French military balloon. It will be
named after King Edward who recently
Inspected lt.
Another Un.aey  Consci.nc.
New    York,    Aug.    31.���Charles    M.
Schwab haa announced that he will give
the Pennsylvania State college a $1,000,-
000 Induatrial aehool.
istak. William Hodgan. Tomy Habegard.
Oettruoe Oalkell. Nelaon Jackson. Ethel
Jaoaaoe. Arthur Maurer, Murdo McLeod.
Rhode MoOresnr. Edith Ollchrtat. Ruby
ailchrist, Aahety PallUpa. Charlotte
Ringroes, TsU.phir. Marqai*. Bvaa-
gellaa Ycsmg. Thorwald Haaaen. Elisabeth Lynch.
Div. 1��� Mlaa A. M. Mi I aaaan Fliak
Bridoott, Ella Brown. Vara tJilchriit,
Walter Gllchriit, Bertha Ollehriit. Fra
qnhar Hodgin, Angus McLeod.':john
Marqnla, Oraes Maurer, Robert MeQref-
or. Myrtol MeHswa. Leonard Jackson.
James Rlngroe*. Alex. Smith. Muriel
Smith, Eather Hsbegaxde. Richard
Oaakell. .         ���       )
Expeneive Whiskers. ,
New York, Aug. 31.���George Palmer,
a wealthy farmer at Parksvllle. N. Y.,
haa brought suit for $20,000 damages In
the aupreme court against John J.
Relator, proprietor of a barber ahop at
Thirty-Eighth street and Broadway.
Palmer's grievance ta that hla. beaard,
of which he waa very proud, waa cut off
by one of Relaler's employees. Palmer
fell asleep In the barber's chair, he says
after having told the man simply to
trim hla wblakera, but the barber
stupidly sheared off all hla wblakera,
and ahaved hla face.
Convict Claim* Damage!.
New York, Aug. 11.���Whether a con
vlat can recover damagea from a atate
for injuries suffered while at work in
a penal Institute, la the question involved in an action about to be brought
by Joseph 8. Hay, a lawyer here, for
James Manning, an ex-priaoner here.
Manning will seek $15,000 damages in
the court of clalma. He was sentenced
to Elmlra reformatory In 1886, and he
alleges that two daya after hla Imprisonment began he waa sat to work, he
clalma, and lt reaulted In the loss within five minute* ot hi* left hand.
Record Load for Far East. '. .',
New- York, Aug.. ">31���The British
ateamer Wablnga will sail today from
this port with what is .aid to be ��� the
largest cargo ever dispatched to the
far east, consisting of nearly 12,000
tons of metal. She will have 2,000
tone-of rail!, 1,600 tons of bridge material, 110 railway cars. 18 locomotives,
besides many tons of machinery. Within the next twelve montha 163,000' tons
of rails, 8,000 tons of bridge - material,
250 locomotives and 3,000 cars will be
shipped to Dalny.-
Venexuelan Incident Closed.
Caracas, Venezuela. Aug. 30, via Wlll-
emitad, island of Curacao, Aug. 31.���
The Venezuelans consider that the Incident Involving invasion of a Venexuelan city by District Inspector of Police
W. J. Calder, British Guelna, and the
selsure of <a quantity of balata gum,
soil, haa been aatlifactorily closed.
President Cast , received ahapolo-
President Cast        ..,,..    *��ed aa apolo-
Warning Order Sent by
Sent Word to Quebec to leep Work-
off Structure Till It
Could Be EianBiKd.
Both Were Guilty.
Grand Forks, N. D., Aug. 31.���The
sequel to the charge of contempt of
court laid agalnat hla former wife by
William McGowan of Brandon, came
late yesterday when Mrs. Cqlt waa adjudged technically guilty and .fined fl.
Owing to McGewkn'a having- first disobeyed the court's order that their child
remain in the court's. Jurisdiction, by
apirtling it away. Mr!^,Colt, was let off
with the lightest one and a charge of
contempt vras- at once laid agalnat McGowan himself.        ,
"!.;." ' '     ' v.- -       ' .'
Rebuked Offensive Song.
London, Aug. 31.���A despatch from
Marlonbad reports that the sequel of
King Bdward'a displeasures at a theatrical performance there Thursday evening, when he reft the theatre In disgust
bieanai of the vileneas of nome of the
songs, haa been seen in the police court.
The manager or the theatre and a woman linger were.brought to court and
the alnger fined for having given ah
objectionable sons which was not on the
programme. The manager escaped aa
It waa shown be wss ignorant of the
linger'! Intention to ilng.such a song.
'/Left ���� toloiaris. \
Home, Aug/ 31/��� With tad approval of
Pop* Pius. Monsetgaeur. Aginsi.the ao-'
ostolic' delegate In \ the. MaUlpplne 1��-
lands. baa confided .the religious admin
latraMou of. the Islands to the Belgian,
in place of the departed
Boeenic at Honolulu.
Honolulu, Aug   ll,���A cue of plague
Juit arrived hare, a m<
beias. attacked.    The cabto paaaeaaaaa
have all been, landed.   The i*m���af
the atoamer will probably .be emdayed.
Handled Bomb CareJessly.
'" Odessa. Aug. .11.���An explosion resulting In the death of an artillery officer aad a policeman, and five policemen
being seriously Injured, occurred In the
courtyard in the central police station
here thla morning. The artillery officer waa examining a bomb recently*
found by - the' police when he dropped
the missile accidentally aad it, exploded. All the windewi in the neighbor
i hood of the police' station were shatter-
New York, Aug. 31.���Theodore Cooper, of this city, who haa been the con-
Bultlng engineer in charge of the work
on the huge cantilever bridge across
the St. Lawrence river at Quebec,
which collapsed Thursday evening,
feela keenly the accident that cost the
live* ot. aeventy-n lne workmen. In a
stntement ��� made' to a reporter he reproached himself for not having visited
the Works In two years though ill
health has kept him here, and he baa
tried to obtain hi! release from the re
aponsibliity of the position for that reason. Mr. Cooper also made the statement that on Thursday morning after
hla inspector had come to aee him and
told him that things did not look well
for the bridge, he had aent a telegram
to the man In charge of the work to
get off the bridge and stay off It until
It could be examined. Mr. Cooper haa
not been notified whether or not the
warning waa too late. "Of course I
believed the work as planned waa absolutely safe," Mr. Cooper said, "although in dealing with even an old
.type of work on, a hitherto. unparalied
scale, new and unexpected problems
now and- then jatise. One cannot pho-
phesy with Infallibility about something
that is absolutely new. I cannot tell
what ia coming out of this, maybe we
shall learn about thing! we never knew
before." ��� '"'
Mr. Cooper ll one of the most dli-
tJasaataaaeV malnaarn. to   this   country
oa wall as aaa af that moat experienced.
He Is (S years oM. He wss associated
with James B. Eads la constructing the
I. reported on the mall .t.ato��^ Storr^f.{JJ-* ^VlE.. "So wa?S
tondent of the Delaware bridge works,
and has been considered a bridge expert
in the finite*'. 8��sljBs and Mexico.
W. R. Trotter Declares Organized Labor
la Absolutely Oppoead to
Asiatic influx.
Russia'. National Bams.
Warsaw,    Aug,   31'.^Wiw    terrorists'
were executed ill the citadel here during the past week.
Lodi. Aug. 31.���A terrorist yesterday
evening .hot and killed a detective and
a'soldier who were riding In a street
car. A passing patrol fired on the terrorist, apparently missed , him, .and
wounded four pedestrian!.
Cricket on Monday.
Will Preeecute Antl-Cl.ricili.
Rome, Aug. 31.���The public prose-
cutor haa comrutialoned a maglatrate to
proceed to castle Dadalfo to Interrogate Cardinal Merry'Del Val, the papal
secretary of state, concerning the de-
monitratlon agalnat him at Marine Aug.
16th, when a mob of anti-clerical, hooted and Jeered at the cardinal while he
waa driving in the village. Tbli will be
the first .time since 1870. that ah Italian
magistrate haa come In contact with a
papal lecretary of slate.
The members of. the * Grand Forks
cricket team will arrfve in' Nelson tonight and- play a match with a Nelson
eleven on Monday The Boundary .men
have an exceptionally strontt team and
will give the locals plenty of .reason to
exert themselves.
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Old Oefemwr Sails Again.  .
New York.-Aug, 31.���Mnf. Eva H.
Barker, who own. the old America's cup
defender Mayflower has entered, the
yacht', in (he coming ocean race to
Jamestown and will Ball the famous
schooner herself. .'
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- - Mutineers to Prison.-
Stockholm, Aug. SL-j-aftie high court
of Justice at Aboh, sentenced forty of
the Sweaborg .mutineers to four years
penal eeryltudo. the ring leaden to eix
and five years; and several others tu
three years Imprisonment. 1
Archbishop Wltliame Dead.
' Boston, Aug: 31.���The funeral of Arch-
bishop Jno. J. Williams, whose death
hast evening. brought forth many ex*
presslpna of grief, today, will be held at
the cathedral, of Holy Cross next Wednesday.
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Pricei ef Metal..
New  York, Aug.  31.���Silver,    68%c;
Copper, 17%:  lead, $5.25.
London, Aug.. 31.���Silver, 31%d.
Calgary, Aug. 31.���VV. R. Trotter, the
organiser for the Dominion Trades Congress, returned from Edmonton yesterday, and left for the east early this
morning. On his way he will address
meeting! at Medicine Hat, Moose Jaw,
Reglna and Brandon, and will get back
to Winnipeg in time for the opening of
. Ia conversation with the Albertan
last . night, he said that there were
seventeen unions in Edmonton, several
of them have been organised within the
last twelve months. Ten of them are
affiliated with the congress, and the
others are considering the question.
Referring to the efforts of the Herald
to minimise the effect of his Calgary
speech on Saturday night , when he
stated that there were a large number
of skilled mechanics working as unskilled laborers in the city, owing to
their inability to get other employment
Mr. Trotter Bald the enquiries mude by
the Herald reporters had amply substantiated his statements and he intended to have the Herald article reproduced in other western cities as an illustration of the state of tho labor market in
Mr. Trotter added that the Canadian
Farmers' Society of Equity will be represented at the congress this year for
the first time. Mr. Owens, the general
organ zor, has been invited as a fraternal delegate by the congress executive.
Mr. Trotter, in conclusion, said he
wanted to make a clear stand of the
labor people with regard to Asiatic
labor. After his Edmonton speech a despatch appeared in the Albertan with a
heading which might be misleading to
those who were not acquainted with the
"I want to say," said Mr. Trotter,
"that we object to the importation of
Asiatic labor under any conditions, notwithstanding the position Mr. Oliver
may take In the matter."
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was a political necessity rather than
a commercial enterprise. The location
of the line was rather unfortunate to begin with, and lt soon had to compote
with a much shorter and more direct
line serving the same territory. But
the great handicap of the Intercolonial
hits always been the subordination of
its linancial Interest to political expediency. We do not charge that la
tills respect Liberals have done wotse
than Conservatives. But It Is time the
system should end.
Mr. Borden hits anticipated this objection also by his recommendation that
the management of the Intercolonial
Railway be transferred from a department of the Dominion government to a
In fact Mr. Borden's whole policy
should be rend as one document, lt Is
no collection of fragments, nor a background for catching party cries. It Is
a closely reasoned presentation of a
consistent and cohereut [policy with
Its parts interdependent. The adoption
of the policy as a whole would be the
greatest step in advance that Canada
has   taken  since confederation.
One passage In Mr. Borden's recent
speech at Halifax has been referred to
In every published comment, and in
such varying terms that it 1b quite evident that there 1b general misunderstanding on th* subject.
In Borne newspapers headlines have
annuunced that Mr. Borden advocates
public ownership, and the suggestion Is
made that such advocacy Is utterly uti-
conservative If not positively revolu
At the most Mr. Borden has suggested public control of certain railways,
and possible public operation of telephones and telegraphs. No one would
Bay that the government of Britain il
revolutionary, and certainly the government of Germany i. not. In Britain
the telegraphs are owned aud operated
by the government along with the poll
offices, and in Germany the whole railway system Is owned and operated by
the government.
Government operation, control or reg
ulatlon of certuln public services doeB
not necessarily Involve communism
or socialism as some people seem
to fear The governments of Alberta and Saskatchewan are seriously
considering the taking over of telephone sj-Btems. No disaster would be
suffered If the Dominion Governmenl
took lover the commercial telegraph
Bystem. Some people, our contemporary for Instance, probably think lhe
change would be a great Improvement
At all events there is nothing very revolutionary In the suggestion.
On the question of the relationship of
tho government to railways Mr. I'.or
den's position is far more definite, und
as It was defined by him many years
ago, and he has never retracted any
of the viewB expressed then. It will
be remembered that when the National
The  Cleansing of the  Lepers of  Whom
Only One Showed Gratitude���
Church   Services.
Transcontinental Railway bill was before parliament Sir Wilfrid Laurier
airily assured the country that the outside co-st to the /Dominion treasury
would not exceed $12,000,000. Hut a
member of the cabinet of that time
who knew something about railways
and finance, the late A. G. iiluir, estimated that $150,000,000 was about the
extent of the government's liability in
connection   with  the   project.
.Mr. Borden then declared that if
Canada had to find or guarantee practically the whole cost of the undertaking, the government should reserve the
rightof full control and also be at least
one of the beneficiaries when the now
uninhabited country through which
most of the line would pass is settled
and occupied and the road begins to
earn piotils aud pay dividends.
That is his position still, ilia declar-
alion is not, as some Liberals affect to
think, a bill tu catch Socialist votes.
Neither is it something new to dazzle
the ignorant, ll is a plain declaration of
common lenae and business-like views.
It might be better if urlvate enterprise
could be relied upon to provide transportation facilities at reasonable cost
to the public. Hut when the national
treasury ia pledged in support of a new
undertaking it is eminently right that
provision should he made for public
participation in the  results.
It is worthy of note too that another
portion of Mr. Horden's declaration has
an Important bearing on the question.
The great objection to enlarging the
sphere of government activity is that
in making many men employees of the
government it is putting a dangerous
amount of political patronage in the
hands of the ministry of the day. Mr.
Borden has anticipated that objection
by his declaration for a non-parlizun
civil service, entrance into, and promotion in, which shall not be dependent on lhe favor of ministers, members or patronage committees. If that
could he established the greatest of all
objections to government operation of
public utilities, when otherwise expedient would be removed. There Is no
reason to despair of the attainment of
such a condition in Canada. Australia  has  achieved  It.
Il may also be contended that Canada's one <x peri ment to date with a
government owned and operated railway has not been a success. The Intercolonial    Railway, like the C. P. It.
Tomorrow will he the Fourteenth
Sunday after Trinity. No holy days occur during the following week. In
several of the churches of Nelson preparations are being made for the usual
harvest thanksgiving services.
The gospel for the day contains the
story of the healing of ten lepers who
appealed to Christ for cleansing, only
one of whom, a Samaritan, returned to
give thanks. Many times in the story
of the life of Christ the virtues of the
hated and despised Samaritans are held
up to shame the cruelty, the ingratitude and self-righteousness of the people
of the chosen race. The Ingratitude of
the other nine, presumably Jews, 1b
typical, and doubtlessly recorded for
that reason, of the thoughtless Belf-
seeking of humanity in general. To them
their cleansing from leprosy was the
greatest boon they could have sought,
but they hurried away at once to rejoice In their renewed life, with hardly
a thought for the power that enabled
and the the love that inspired their
Livine Healer. One of the ten, an
alien, acknowledged his indebtedness
and thought of the hand that healed.
The following services are announced
for tomorrow In the churches of Nel
Church of England���St. Saviour's,
corner Ward and Silica street
Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity, holy
communion, 8 a. m.; morning prayer
and holy communion, 11a. in.; Sunday
School, 9.45 a. in.; evensong, 7.30 p. m.;
Rev. F. H. Graham, rector.
Romau Catholic���Church of Mary Immaculate, corner of Ward and Mill
streets: Low mass, 8 a. in.; high mass,
10:30 a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m
Rev. Father Althoff. priest,
Presbyterian church���St. Paul's, cop
ner of Victoria and Kootenay streets:
Morning service, 11 a. m.; Sunday
school, 12:30 p. m.; evening service,
7:30 p. m. Rev. J. T. Ferguson, minister.
Methodist church���Corner Silica and
Josephine streets: Morning service, 11
a. rn.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. Rev. R. N.
Powell,   pastor.
Baptist church���Stanley street, near
Mill: Morning service, 11 a. m.; evening service, 1:30 p. m.; Sunday school,
2:30 p. m. Rev. E. H. Shanks, pastor.
Salvation Army���BarracK* on Victoria street, west of Josephine: Spe-
cIl1 services for tomorrow. Knee drill,
9 a. tn.; holiness meeting. 11 am.; a
praise meeting at 3 p. in.; salvation
meeting at 8 p. in.
Nelson Land District. District of Went Kootenay
1 niti- m.iiiv tlml K W. Smith, I rr.uk Flaua-
iimii, ami A. H. Kldtr, of Spokane, ^ ash . occupation ram-hen, Intend to apply (or a *\�� ��� ��� *t
timber licence over the loTlowliiK describe1!
,1.1, I- t'ommenelug at a poit planted at the
southwest corner, about eight mile* I rum the
Kootenay river, uu the ��i-,i side, am! ft boat
three mi.. - uortti of the IuIniuh: i. >us boundary
Hue, ou the went hauk ol BrldjC creek. OS the
north fork, thenee north SO chains thenoe east
SO chalua, thenee aouth 80 chalui, thenoe WtSl 00
chalus to point of commencement, and containing '��������' acres, mote or less.
Paled July t��th, 1907. K. W  Smith.
t>4NK   Klanai.an,
K   W, Smith. Akcui.
C.i occupation lumberman, Intends   to apply for
s special  timber licence  over  lhe  following de-
Nelsou Land Putrid.   District of West CootSBS
Take notice that R. B. f. Bmyth. Of   I roetrr, Ii.
i-cupatlr- ������
.   rial  til
scribed laudi:
Nn. 1 Commencing ata post planted near the
northeast cornerpost ot Ut Mi 3648, Oh Lwnotl
Crash aud marked K. S F. rtniyth sooth west cornerpost No 1. thence 40 chains north more or
less to about midway ��t the south boundary Hue
of limber licence No. V2f��, thence ��0 chains east,
[hence 40 chains south, theuce 4o chains cast,
thence 40 chains south, thence W) chains west,
more or less to the southeast corner of aforesaid
Lot No IMS, thenee 40 chains north, theuce 40
chalus wed lo the point of commencement
Dated 26th July, 1907. R S. P. Hmyth,
Henry Rclchert, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
No. 3
Take notice that J. EL F. Stewart, of Colling,
wood, Ont., occupation lumberman, intends to
apply for a special timber licence ever the fol-
lowing described lands: Commencing at a pist
planted about 65 chains south aud 10<bains west
of post N�� 2, marked J. R K. tilewart't N. E. corner post, theuce south 100 chains, thence, west 40
chains, thente north 160 chains, thence east 40
chalua to place of commencement containing64X)
acres more or lesa.
July *4th, 1W7. Jambs EL F. Htkwabt.
Nelson Land District    District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry Keichert of Nelson, B.
C , prospector, intends to apply for a special licence lo cut and carry away timber from the following described lands:
No C. Commencing at a post planted near the
northeaat corner poat of Timber Licence !*o PAS6
and marked Henry Keichert northwest corner-
post No 6, thence SO chaius south, thence 80
cnalns eaat, thence 80 chains north, theuce 80
chains weat to place of commencement.
Dated July 26th, 1907.
No. 7. Commencing at a put planted near the
northwest corner post of timber licence No. 9266
and marked Henry Keichert B. west corner post
No 7, thence 160 chalus cast, thence 40 chains
north, thence 160 chains went, thenee 40 chains
south to point of commeiuemcut.
Dated July 26th, 1907.
No. 8. Commencing at a pot! planted on Monument creek about 70chalii<> more or lass from
where Monument creek empties into Lemon
creek and raftrked Henry Ken nert uortbeasteor-
nerpost No. 8 ihence 160 chains south, thence 40
chains west, thence 160 chains north, thence 40
cbafna eaat to place of commencement.
Dated July ��th, 19U7 Hinby Keichbrt,
Nelson Leaad District.   District of West Kootenay
Notice Is hereby given that ;w days after date
I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to cut and
carry away timber from the following described
No. 4 Commencing at a post marked H. .". 8.
N. w corner, 200 chalna eaat of the N. E. crrner
of lot No 812, poat marired K. H. N. E. corner,
thence eaat 80 chains, thence south HO chains,
thence west 60 chains, thence north 8u chains to
place of commencement containing 64o acres.
No. 6 Commencing at the N. W. corner of H .
ale S. timber claim No 4. thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chalna, theuce aouth *������ chains,
thence weat 80 chains to place of coinmcncuineiit
at location post No   5, containing 6-10 acres
I   Q. HcHstEMstKiioKJ>:, Locator.
oeo   Huacroft, Agent.
Dated July 8th. 19U7.
Nelson Land District District of West KoOtsnsr
Take notice ahat Paul August Paulsen, of Kitchener, B.C., occupation lumberman, intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the following described lands : Commencing at a pOBt
planted al the south west corner of aurveyed lot
7X21-0 1 thence aouth lo the northern boundary
of timber licence No. "016, thence west to the
northwest corner of aald timber licence, thence
aoulh to the northern bou clary of lot 812. thetn-e
following said boundary, of said lot west to the
right ol-way of the British Columbia Southern
Railway, tbem-e following sj,td right-uf-way in a
north-easterly direction tOplSOfl of commencement, and containing 610 acrert, more or leas
Dated July 2nd. 1907.    Paul ArrauST Paclson.
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
Notice is hereby given that 60 days alter date 1
Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works lot permlsalon to purchase
the following described lands, situated in West
Kootenay district: Commencing at a post marked by name aa initial poat of the Koulh Fork
branch, one hundred feet from the function of
Lost creek with the south fork; thence one-
quarter mile lo the uortbwestcorner post,thence
one mile to the northeait corner poat. thence
one-quarter mile to the southeast corner post,
thence one mile to  the place of commencement
June 27, 1907. Located by Wm. Connolly.
Notice Is hereby given that 8u days after date i
intend to make application to the Honorable the
Chief Commisalouer of Lands and Worka, Victoria, B. C, (or a special licence to cut timber on
the following described lands in West Kootenay
district: Commencing at a post situated on
Blueberry creek, about four milea from Ita mouth
and adjoining the N. W. corner of my application No. l, theuce south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chalna, thenee eaat 80
chains to point of commencement.
Dated May 19th, 1907. K. .W Robinson.
Ladies' New Fall
and Winter Coats
We are showing our firs' importatiou of Ladies'
Coats. The very latest and nobbiest styles in cloths
etc. Now is the time to make your selection when
stock is complete. No two coats alike, we invite inspection.
Nelson I-and District, ['ininct of West Kootenay-
Taka notice that iieorge Aleiandcr of Kaslo,
B C, Intends to apply fur a Special timber
Ucent* over the lollowiug described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted at the northwest
corner of BssuoD 12, township", Kootsnaf district, being about one-third of a mile south of
the south boundary line of the Indian reaerTe;
thence south about 36 chaius to the easterly
bank of Kootenay river; thence southeasterly
along Kootenay river bauk about BO chalua to
the south boundary of Section 12. Township 7;
Ihence easterly about &o chain, m the northwest
corner of l^it Xftl; itu-nce north N) chalus aloajg
the west Itoundary of Lot Mi] thence west HO
chains to the point of I'omiu-ncement, aud eon-
Nelson Unl District. Dlstrlctof West Kootenay
Takw notice that William Andrew Boss, of
Ferule. B C . hotel-keeper Intends lo applr for
a special limner Ueehoe over ths following das-
crloed lands: Commencing al a poll planted
sbaut six mllea weat of the Kootenay rl*��r, ou
Corn creek, In the District of wmt Kootenay
and being about six miles north of the international boundary Una, and situate at the
northeast corner of William Andrew Hoss' No
8 Umber claim, thenoe north SO chalus, thenoe
wast M chains, thenco south So chalna, thence
eaat HO chains, to the point of commencement
Located July iSrd, 1907
Dated the Mh of Aug   1907
William Axomw Koas
turning M0 acren, more or Us
Dated Julv 4. 19U7
Nelson land District.   District of ��>��! Kootenay.
Take notice thai lv��u Mc>.b-llaml Kraeer, of
Ferule, B 0 . Stork, lnt��ndt tw apply for a a)>eclal
licence   over   the   fol.owing     described    lands:
Commencing at a post plained about seven
miles west of the Kooteuay river, and about one
mile nor'b of the lue-nailoiial Umudary line,
and about one and a quarts' Borth-easterly from
the north-east corner ol : ruber licence No. 8067,
thence south SO cha.ns. thence west B0 chalus,
thence north SU chains, theuce east nj chains to
point of commeuevmout, and containing Mo
acres, more or leas.
Located 12th, of June, 1907.
Dated this nth of July. 1907.
Take notice that C.C. Clark, ol Nelson, B. C,
saloon keeper, intends to apply for a spt-clal Umber licence over the following described land:
Commencing at a p kflt plttmed on Morning
Mountain, about one mile west of Smelter t reel,
and adjoining C. C Clark's location for timber
licence No 1, and about one mile south of Nelson, thence west So chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east HO chains, thence north uu
chains to place of beginning.
Dated July 16th, 1907. C. C. fit. I ST,
David Booth, Agent
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I. B. K. Wallace, of Fernte
B C, hotel keeper, intend to apply (or a speela!
timber licence over the following describee
Not ce la hereby (riven thatafler the expiration
of sixty days from the date hereof the Patrick
Lumber Company, Limited, intends to submit to
the HouorableCbief Commissioner ol Lands and
Works a proposal under the provisions of the
"Rivers and Streams Act" and Amending Acts,
for the rieht lo improve the Slocan river from
the mill dam of said company (situate about
three miles above the junction of said Hlocan
river with the Kootenay river.) to the mouth of
the Little Hlocan river, and to improve the Little
Hlocnn river and branches theroof to the northern boundary of sub lot 2, lot 7180, and sub-lot 1,
lot 7161 group one, Kootenay dlatrlct, and to
Improve the tributaries of said rlvors; and re-
move obstruction.! from said rivers and tributaries, i' nd to make the same fit for driving, storing, sorting booming and ratting logs, timber,
lumber, rttftn, and crafts; also for the right to
collect tolls thereon.
The lands to be affected are the following: (a)
1, ,'s SOt, 7:tl)9, MVi. f,.,M , m.'i f, 8610, WW, M4fi. 8609,
:...'���: -;<-.'., :fe20, 4HU. all In Oroup one, Kootenay
dlatrlct; also lands covered by pre-emptions
numbered 46, 108, llf>, 186, Hi 1M and 570; also
lands covered by timber tloSDtU numbered MM,
50n, ������������m. v,H.'lt 5686, 5��87, and .'..'.*.. alao lands of
the crown.
Dated this 6th day of July, 1907.
by its solicitor, It. W. HAJOtlXtiTOM
Nelson Land District.   District Ol West Kootenay
Take notice that  Moore,  Kepple tit ( o., of Oar-
land, Penn .occupation  lumbermen,  Intends to
apply tor a special timber  licence over  the  following described lands:   Commencing at a post
planted on Motqnlto creek, on the west side of
Arrow lake, and about one half mile weal of the
southwest corner of tlmoer limit No. 4S77, Ihence
north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chalna,  theuce
south 80 chains, thentte east 80 chains to point of
commencement, and  containing M0 acres, more
or lens.
Dated 16th, July, 1907.     Moorv, KSi'f lk X Co.
John H  Caleini. Agent.
Take notice tbat .10 days alter date I intend to
apply to the Hon the Chief f'omraliiImi��r of
Lands and Works, Victoria, for permission to
cut and carry away Umber from the following
descr.btd land, In V* est Kootenay:
No. 1. Commencing st a [tost planted at the
southwest corner of timner license SMS, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chalna, thence north 80 chalna to place o(
Dated May 81, 1907.       J. T. Bciow, Locator.
J. W. CoLBttuN, Agent.
No. 2. Commencing al a post planted at the
southeast corner of application No. 1, thence east
80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated May 31,1907.       J  T. Brjaoww, Locator,
J. W  Colbuen, Agent.
HelSOn Lsnd District. Dlstrlctof West Kootenay
Take uotice that Paul Auguit Paulson, of Kitchener, B, C, occupation lumberman, Intends
to apply fo- a special timber licence over the following described lands: < ommenclng ata poat
planted at the southwest corner of surveyed lot
T221-0.1, thenoe cast �� chains, thence .north 80
ci.alns, thence east to tr e southeast corner ol said
lot, thence north to the northeast corner of said
lot, thence east to the weat boundary of pre-emp-
��� ton No. 592. thence south to the north boundary
of timber licence No. HM8, thence west along
said north boundary to the northwest corner of
said licence, thence south to the norlh boundary
of timber licence No 7018 thence west to a point
due aoulh of commencement, thence north lo
point ot commencement, and containing tw>
acrea, more or leas.
Dated July 2nd, 1907.    Pawl AVOVBj Pauijion.
Nelson Land District    District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Moore, Kepple A Co , of Oar-
land, Penn.,  orv-upatlon   lumbermen,   intend to
apply tor a special  timber  licence over the  following described lands:   Commencing slawit
planted on .Mosquito creek, ��n  the west side of
Arrow lake, and about one half mile weat, of the
soulhweat corner of timber limit No. 46T7, thence
south 80 chains,  thence  west 80 chains,  thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement, and  containing M0 acres, more
or 1ms.
Dated Uth July, 1907.    Mooss, Kim-lb a- Co,
Jobs ft. c'AUttm. Agent.
1. Commencing at a post planted about lour
miles west of the Kootenay river aud one mile
north of the International boundary line, thence
south 80 chalna, thence eaat 80 chalus, Ihence
north 80 chaius, thence west So chains to the
point of commeucemeut, containing MO acres,
more or leas.
Dated July asrd, 1907.
2. Commencing at a post planted at the north
west corner id location No 1, tbgKMM south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, theuce north 80
chains, theuce east so chains to the point of
commencement, containing bio acres, more or
Dated July 2Srd, 1907.
8. Commencing at a post planted at northwest corner of location No. 8, theuce north K/>
chains, thence west 80 chalna, thence south HO
chalna, thence east so chains to the )>olnt o|
commencement, containing Mo acres, more or
Dated July 23rd. 1907.
4. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of .No. 1 hx-atlon, thence north 80
chains, thence eaat SO chalus, theuce south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains I o the i-uint of
commencement, containing 6��o acres, more or
Dated July 23rd, l��j07
6. Commencing at a post planted about two
miles north and 1,. mile eaat of the northwest
corner of location No. 1, thence south 8o chains,
theuce east 8o chains, thence north HO chalus,
thence west 80 chains to the t>olnt of commencement, coutalnlug MO acrea, more or leas.
Dated July (3rd, 1907.
6. Commenclug at a post planted at northwest corner of location No. 5, thence south SO
chains, thence weat 80 chains, thence north SO
chains, thence east 80 chains lo the point of com.
mencement, containing MO acres more or less.
Dated July tfrd, 1907.
7. Commencing at a post planted at the nortb-
wefit corner of location No, 5, thence north 80
cnalns, thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing M0 acres more or less-
Dated July 23rd. 19U7
8. Commencing at a poat planted at the northwest corner of location No. b, thence north 80
chains, thence east So chains, theuce south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing M0 acrea more or lefts.
Dated July 28rd, 1807.
V. commencing at a post planted about 2
miles west of the northwest corner of location
No 5. the ore south 80 chains, theoce eaat 80
chains, thence north So chains, thence west 80
chains to the ��-.int of commencement, and containing M0 acres more or less.
Dated July 24th, 1907.
10. ('ommenclng at a post plant.-! at the
northwest corner of location No. 9, theuce not th
80 chains, thi nee east 80 chains, thence aouth 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to the point ol
commencement, containing M0 acres, more or
Dated July 24tb,  1907.
11 Commencing at a post planted at tout I
'a miles west of the northwest coruer of location
No 9 and about U mile south thereof, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 80 chalna, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains lo the
point of commencement, containing M0 acres,
more or lesa.
Dated July 24th, 1907,
IS. Commencing at a post planted at the uorth
west corner of location No 11, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence weat 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing Mo acres, mote or
Dated July z4th. 1��07.
15. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of location No 11, theuce north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence soulh 80
chains, thence eaat 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing Mo acres, more or
Dated July 24th, 1907
14. Commencing at a post planted st the northwest corner of location No.ll, thence south 80
chains, thence weat 80 chalna, ihence north SO
������hams, thence eait 80 chalna to the point of
commencement, containing Mo acres, more or
Dated July 24lh, 1907.
r> Commencing at a poat planted about two
miles north of north west corner of location of No.
11, thence south 80 chains, thence east 88 chains,
ihence north 80 chains, thenee west 80 chalna
to the point of commencement, containing 840
acres, more or less-
Dated July 24th, 1907-
16. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of location No. 15, ihrnce north SO
chains, thence east SO chains, thence south so
chalna, thence west 80 chains to ttie point of
commencement, containing 040 acres, more or
Dated July 24th, 1907.
17. Commencing at a poit planted at the northwest corner of location No. 15, thence north 80
chalna. thonce weat 80 chains, thenco south 80
chains. Ihence eaat 80 chalna to the point of
commencement, containing mo acrea, more or
Dated July 24th, 1907.
18 Commencing at a poat planted at the
northwest corner of location Nn 15, thencesouth
80 chains thence west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640acres more or less.
Dated July 24tb, 1907. H V. Wallacs, Locator,
John Brown, Agent.
Nelson i au-i District.  Dlatrlct of West Kootenay
Take notice that I, KlUabeth Ferguaon. of Nelson, Brtttah   Columbia, occupation   married woman, int**ud to apply for permission lo purchase
the lollowiug described land:   Commencing al a
post planter40 chains weat of the southeast corner of   section  22. Township 89.  Kootenay. and
mark.-!     K   FVs  N. K   comer." Ihenee   west   so
chains, thence   south   40   chains, thenee east 10
chains,   thence  norlh  40 chains to  the place  of
commencement and  containing  820 acres mora
15th Julv. A. D. 1*07.    Ki.itATrry FSBurLos,
by W. a. Calder, agent.
Nelsou Land District.   District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1. David '�� KurU, of Kelson,
B. Cm oecupetlou merchant, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
land, (.'ommenclng at a post planted at the
southwest corner of section M, township 89.
Ko-denay, and marked "D. (i. K.'s ri. W. corner,"
thence north 80 chains, thenoe east 40 chains,
thtnee south Su chains, thence west 4S chains
to the point of commencement and conlalntug
���'���*u acres more or lees.
18th July, 1W7. David o  inn,
W. A. Calder, agent
Take notice thai I, Thomas Harry Wilson, intend to apply for permission lo purchase tne lollowiug described land : Commencing at a poet
planted at the H K. corner of lot 75�� aad marked
N. K. corner, thence south 10 chains, thsnee
west lo chains, thenee south 10 chains, thenco
west 10 chsins, theoce south 10 chains, thenee
west 10 chains, thente south 10 chains, theuce
west lo chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
eaat 40 chains lo point of commencement and
containing IU0 acrea, more or lees
June 7, 19U7. 1 hum as Hsnbt Wilson.
William alonio Mills, * gent
Nelson I and District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that 1, John I-ang, of Nelson, B. C,
occupation miner, intend lo apply lor permission to purchase the following described landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at the N. B. of
I-'i 8UV2. theuce eaat 20 ebalus, theoc* south 20
chains, thsnee weat 20 chains, thence north JO
chains to point of commencement, containing 40
acres, more or less.
August 2nd, 1907, John Lano.
Notlne is hereby given that 80 days alter date. I
intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Landa  and works for  permission to purchaae
N.laon Land District.   District of n���i KoDUn,
Take  notice   that  John  I'hllbert ��,- V7 '
British Columbia, occupation  ��'   .'  "fl*��
tends   to  apply   for   permission   o i^1*'1 lQi
following   S��VrlUKl   l.u,   ''     ,   ;  'J"'- it.
poat planted on the north bank Tit" Si " ��
about iwo and one quarter  mnJ Swi3v ��=
the luuvllon of Lost creek ami Helmo ,  ,.r, "n��
the Nelson land district, thru, JI S3V IT'la
thence west 80 chains,  tht-nce aj I?& J* "������
more or less, to Lost creek, theii'J el..^, hl1^
^n.^Llopo1111 u! c""��n.encemeni ^S
tattling 480 acres, more or less ���mum.
Dated J no, 6th. 1907. jm Pbilmst
Take notice that I, Arthur klex. PitchfnfrTiT
tend to apply fer permission to wiffiSSfl
lowing described lanoa: C.mnon. In* ., , , "
planted at the N. K. corner OfBugfaaa.*E?
MB. E. corner, thence ZSkllSiS^S^
west 20 chains, thence SoStf 4��SSa fiS
east JO chains to point ol e0SUSSSs\sMoK3
containing 80 acres, more or leas       r,,,rm- ��"
June7. fto7 asthi-k ali,  fmam
 WlLUAa. ALONfo MILIS. Agent
Tase   notice that I. William K    l��rM.	
to apply for permission to purchase lhe i()||0V
Ing deacrlbed lauds: Couimen.-lng at �� Zi
planted at the rt. K corner ol Lot uSl an.; oiri
���d northeast corner, thence *..- m ,..,'
thence south 40 chains, thence east 40 rha!��
thenc- aorth 40 chains u, point ol ummnm
ment. and containing 180 seres more or u��
June 7. l��07. wiLLuat Ivstsauuiti
 William auisio Mills. Agtm
Notice Is hereby given that ilxiydayiaftrrfe*
I intend tu apply u> the Hon. Chief rummiwuiw
of Lands and W orka for permission to t 'ircine
the following described tract of laud ntuutii
West Kootenay district:     Commencing at t put
rlap.led about one-half mile north from (nriiof
ummit  creek,  marked   Jean   > aiiieroc't n vt
corner,  thence east 40 chains, thencs nor:. ��� !
chains, thenee  weat  40 chains.  IbSSSimttl
chains to place of commencement.
��rd May. 1907 j��� r4Ill0>
William Humn-i, Agent.
ilnu to pu
West Ko
the following described land In West Kootenay
district, on weet shore of Lower Arrow lAke,
adjoining lx>t No.4948, on the south : Beginning
at a poat marked "Harry McLaod's Ns corner
poat a"d r[anted on the shore of Lower Arrow
LafcSi at the soutbeast corner of Capt Kosland's
14948, thence west 20 chsins, thenoe south 20
chains more or lees to the north boundary of It
Ftillmore's P. K , thence 2n chains aast along the
said boundary to lake, thenoe north along the
lake shore 20 chains, more or leas to point of
( otn me ins-men l.
May 2nd, 1907. J. D. Moon,
Agent for Harry McLeod.
Nelson Land District. Dlstrlctof West Kootenay-
Take notice thai lieorae Rnfus Carter of Sirdar,
occupation, brtdgeman. Intends to apply for per-
mission to purchase the following described
land : Cominenclne at post pleated at tha Berth-
west corner ef B. Ross'application to purchase,
msrked S. W., thence north 40 chains, thenee
east 40 chains, thenee aoulh �� ehalns to A.
Curry's pre empllon, thenoe wast SO ehalns.
them * south 20 chains, thence wast 10 chains to
place of commencement containing 120 acres
more or leas.
Dated July 12. 1907.        OOOBOI strrrs I'iBTli,
____ W. J.Scwtt. Agent
Nelson Lend District. Dlstrlctof Wast Kootenayi
Take notice that Oeorge Sturm, of Billings,
Montana, I'. H. A., occupation, msrehant, Intends lo apply for permission to purchase lbs
following described land: Commencing at a
post planted on the weat shore of Upper What-
shan (Cariboo) lake, and at tha north west corner
of ��� ot 81��, thence west 80 ehalns, thence south
40 chains, thence east 20 chains, thenoe north 40
chaius to point of commencement, and contain
Ing SO acres' more or lefts.
May .rtih. 19U7.
Nelaon Land District.   District of Wesi Kooteaay.
Take notice that Walter McNeil, of Billings,
Montana, U.S. a . ooeopetlon merchant. Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the follow-
Ing described laud : Commencing at a post plant-
ad on the west shore of Cpper Whatshan (Cariboo)
lake, and al the northwest corner of Lot SIM
thence west to chalna, thencs north no chains'
ihence east 20 chains, thence south So chains to
point of luimmencomont, and containing 180
acres, more nr less.
May 29th, 1107. Walt a a Mom mil.
1, the undersigned, after 80 days intend to apply to the Hon. ibe Chief Commissioner of I-ands
and Works to purchase the following described
laud: Commeuclng at the N K. < ..f Loi 7588
O. L, theuce west 40 chains, thenee north 20
chains, theuce east 40 chains, thence south 20
chains to point of commencement, containing SO
acres more or letts,
Locater*. March 28th, 1907. W. A. Mr lis
Notice Is hereby given that SO days after data 1
Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase
the following deacrlbed tract of land, situate la
West Kootenay district: Commencing at a post
planted on Placerereek, near its confluence with
Hummlt creek, marked Margaret McLauchlan's
N K. corner thence south 40chstns, thence west
80 ehalns, thence north 40 chains, thence east So
chsins to place of commencement.
23rd May, 1907. Mabqarit McI^atjcslaS,
William Barbous, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of Watt Kooteaay
Take notice that Edward Peters of Ymlr, British Columbia, occupation, miner, Intends to apply for permission to purchaae the following
described land: Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Lost oreek, about three
miles easterly from the Junction of Lost creak
and Halmon river, In the Nelson land district,
thence north 6o chalna, thenoe west 60 chains,
thence aouth 80 chains, morn or less, to lost
creek, thenco cast following said creek to point
ol commencement, and containing 480 acre*,
more or less '
Dated June 5ih, 1907 Kdwasd Prrau.
*SI 'l��y��*.i��r date I Arthur Allen Burton,
ranch.r, o} Burton City Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worka, Victoria, B.O.i to purchaae ths following described
lands situate east ol Burton Commencing at a
^*2fITO "-A A B ������tnweftt cornar'pand
planted at the hw corner of lot 8042 O. Laud
Jlui,rl,r.i,!r.,nUift,'i.cn.,lDi' tb0IJO�� ��Mt 40 ehalns,
��rnK1m.,:h*ln,'.lhMM weateoohainft to
place of comiii'-ni'ument
August lit, liw. Astmvs A. Busts*.
Nelaon Land District.   District of Wm EsSBBj
Take notice tbat Fiank  McDonald, ofM**, I
British Columbia, occupation miner, mtcndits
apply for permission to purchase the foiloviu
described Ian *s ;    Commencing at a post | listed
on the north bank of Lost creek  snd about t>st I
mile easterly   from   the  Junction of Lost tmt
and Halmon river, in   the   Nelson  lsnd dlstrlet,
theuce   north 60 rbains,   thence east tio cbtlot
ihence soath 80 chaius, thence west SO<bt!mt��
point of commencement,   and   conuininf Si
acree, more or leea.
Dated June Mh. 1907. Frahk McDosim.
Sixty davs after date l intend to apply to tM I
Hon. chief Commissioner of Lends sn<! *orU
Victoria,   B.C.,   to  purchase  the rnllc>��t&i 4r I
acrlbed land, situated in the West ���%.���������������.��������
trlct:    Commencing  at   a   [tost plsntcd oalS I
weet side  of  Kootenay  lake,  near RhfDoeeni
point,   and   marked   J. McKlnaoo'aS y    rz-:
poet,   ihence   west   80   chftlaa.   thence Doris S I
chains, thence east 80 chsins more or leatcltti
shore, thence along lake ihore to polnid eon-
Dated April 4, 1907. Signed J  M< Klines
Nelson Laud District.   Dlstrlctof West K<��>l*u*.
Take   notice   that   Edward Fraat-r, of BlLlnp. .
Montana,   U. H A . occupation  wool buyer, it
tenda to apply   for   permi-nd-m  to purr&tietM
following  described   Una;    f"iMBiniiWlniSIs
post planted on  the treat  ���-.���-,: "j-j- ��� *.'���:��� I
shan (Cariboo) lake, aid at the ���oathesst corst:
of   Lot 8IS9, theuce West ^o ��    ��r:.-  ihencea-nfs
60 chains, thence east JO chains. ::..'.������'"
chains, Ihence east 40 chalna, more or leu, w ��
west shore  of  Upper  Whatshan (Cariboo)Utr
thenoe  northerly  and   westerly along the all
shore SO chains,  more or less, to point ol ������� I
mencement,  and  containing 320 seres, mentt j
May ttlh, 1907. gnwiBr> Faiin-
Slxty days after date 1 intend to applj'UtM |
Hon Chief Commissioner of Lsndl anil Worn
for permission to purchase Ulft following �����
acrlbed land in West Kootensy district: ��� =���
menelng at a post marked a i H ��north**
uorner post, running 40 chains easterly ���Mt
the boundary of Timber licence No.aW.tMR
southerly 80 chains, thence wesieny �� SBS|
thence northerly M chains along the O.ftS
track M< tha place of commencemant, SMBM
two hundred acres, more or less.
Located this 9th day of May, !���������        ,     ,
A. C BUftH.Loea'W^
Notice Is hereby given that so days ��'J'r(J.'Ill
intend to apply to the Honorable the < UM��J5
natssioner of Lands  and   Works  for pafSSMJ
of th. rlfhloMrajr ol tti. B. U. Kutilhrrnrs,
w��j, soil marleil  T. *. I"s aoolha��at JJJ!
Ihrnr. .w 100 rbalna. Ihanru norlh '"'����"";
boundary ol lh. rl.hl of w.y "I  "���' ��� *>" "S
railway, lli.DC. loirowlna s.M Isinnilarr".""
right ol-w.y In an .aat.rlr dlrOOtloO '""''" j l
boundary ol Lot Ms ill. thi.ni'. MUtb ��JJ��
r-orani.nooni.nt, eonulnlug 1��1 .rrrs. ��wn�� |
D.t^ tbla 14th day ol June. 1��OT     ���.,.,������
Hollo. Is hereby glren that ��l,"r���;iffil'blS '
daw I  Intend  lo apply lo Iho Bonorshlr'����   .
i omnilsslcioir ol Units alol  H'irt" '".'fiiul
alon to puri-haae th. lollowliiK oaMrtDaa ing-
land, .ini.i. .1 in Woat Kootana, olaw ��� ifr(,
menrlug at a post p)anli-<l on Hllinnoi
about on..hall mile northwesl Ir.un |i r" ."'���t
ed J.H. ycl.'a N   K.forner, th.'li.f *'������'".S,
thenoe aouth 40 chains, thenoe issl *
thenee north 40  chain, to pla<��
m��rd May, UBI, >����" �� ^filT''
William Bahhovh, Ak"11-
Tsk. notice that Harry  *'"''��"" "!���i'S I
B   C, rencher, Intends lo apply    ''I,:,,]! in
to   purchaae   Ibe lollowiug iloacrllwd !��"'���
��mi Kootenay district: .  , .���i.,..ntt��isi
Ooramraclng ��l a poal planted artla   ��      d.
-" Lot sll llioiissiiil nuiB,1.1. ,kl,
southeast corner of I
i. In tha,
red and el.htynve (��Mo). 8root^onjOJ. S^,
dlatrlct, thenco aouth twonty IM) "'"a'��'��� llMn
weat one hundred and slaty III") ����"!��� bn*
norlh twenty (20) chalna. IhynOI ���" '' ,,t toured .nd al.ty (1��0) .bains to Iho P"'���'"������ol
mencement snd containing rm aires. �����
Dated the loth day of May, 1*17^ ���������.,���.._
Motlce la hereby glyen that 00 day, a , ������.
intend lo apply to lhe Honorah ���' <")SStlU ��
mlssloner o'f I^nds and Work. 1"'/?��� ���| lul
purchase the following doner bel I '"",nrlal
situate In Weat Kootenay district i < �� ��� c���n.
at a poat planted on Placer cree*., naa wm�����
flueno. with Hummlt crock. m"',,,. �� oh,"1'
B.rhour'a N. W. corner, Ihence *>'<" ;^ch,i���i
thence eaat 40 chalna, thence I '" rlll,��nuiil
thence Weat 40 ohalna to place ol cran"���������,.��
Mrd May im. Wjuiaii_��* .,
N.laon Lsnd Dlatrlct. Diltrlot Of "JJ^Jj n|
iia rlgniKii.way ht p,a>w "���,., lu,n ���-
i>.Ma tnu aud d.y of "p��^��,i���1;u��� ran* The Daily Canadian
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
The BACON We Sell
It Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and  Smoked.    Our Hams  Are
Excellent   Also.     All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
I.  ,   Kol]M ,.  ,,.-. ��� ���    llrsn    lliat ��> 'lava
. ��� ,,;:;ail:"���:r"."l,::::.
������ ���     i*, irornth.  I'Mlow
.1, i   i.ii   Hie  aouthaut
....    dl-tr...   Of  West
..... Leal �� r.-ek marked "It. M.
r met   '  thenee no chains
* m,.-i..-cHD   chains
lni  west  ut  plsee  Ol com-
< lane, 1*07,
l;   M. Kkkvbm, Un ator-
��� .   |iven    thai  10 dttys
epu|��   to the   ' MW   > OBI;
nf   UiiIp   anl   (Vorks.   lor   a  spoclaJ
.i . r ttom H.c lollow-
itisn 'i on   the southeiist
thi   aistrh i "f wool
��� encing at a l��>sl plsood   about
!, .;-,,'. reek, marked --Il   M.
corner,"   thenee  10
,,ntus   east.   Ihence HU
90  i balBS west lu place of
I la) ol Ions, 1W7.
It. M. Krkvkm. Ixtcstor.
| . ���[ fftSl K -iisy
-,, Will Ian   Andrew   Koss,   of
intendi u< apply lor
w r   the   billowing   des-
fk '
it I   post  planted about
tianai  river, on Oors
���  Weal  Kootaaoji and
ml ei north ol the inter national
1st IIbs. and al mt two Bailee west ��>f tim-
��� ������.., thenoe  south m chsins,
iini     !��� nee  north w chains,
Oil     riiiri.'in-.-iiielil
01  li ����.
lni  st  ��. |��ost   plmiuxl at the
am A   Hosa1 No. l claim,
lb< di ������ sreat B ehsJne,
* aona ai , ,   . aa.  no chains,
- : ,tnt.  aud   coulslulug
r jest
ln|   at a po.t   planted   nt-mil
northeast oorear ol wu-
�� . . sin   thenoe south K��  chains,
| thi in ,    north   ho   chains,
soil   oetni to the point m cfimmenca-
i lesOaeraa, more or less.
Plated 1Mb Jul.-, I ���
ng at at s post  planted  at '.
I   William   A    BOSS'  No. I
si chains, thonw  "���������*i B |
lb ��o chains, thenoe assl B
:him iiceiuent,  contain*
v ..... ������
I enrtog at a poal   r lante.t at the
H      ..    ���.   boas  Mo BeUtss,
sins,  thenoe  area! ho chains.
thence east Ml < hnlns to
. Ml nt, nnd contaltitliK r>to
D|  it ���>   poal   planted   stMiut
irtheasi coraar ol wn
latiu thenoe sonth B chsins,
th< ;i. ���'   north  N>' chains,
lbs p-.ini of lominenca-
|     I    in res. more or leas.
MaM nil, Jons, ijvj.
Eietni ata post  planted  at  the
'���     lam  \  Ross' n��� Claim.
2    "   '     '���"   ���     '" nca sast  -ji chains,
halm  thence art st BOabaini to
em-em,   >,nd   containing Sto
���   ���
lni ai t post  plumed about
f-iM��'uih..i il ���   northwaat oornarol  �� n-
' lalm.thei north HO chains,
lalm   thence soutn no chalna,
.    "���  "       * ��� ' Ui the point Ol .���ommenec-
iffSSW ��� mors or lesa.
log ata post planted about 40
�����nthof,h. noril ��-,t . ..mer o( William
','��� 6 clali     them a south  B chains,
alas,  Hi. nca  mint,   no chalna.
���       thepoln-  of   comuH-u.e-
t�� ,.Vl,?ll""t;,-*"a1res, more or less.
���wa i.tii June, ism
WhfMspsst   plamed   about
K Ai  northeast oomeaol wn-
hi mnnf! " '*"��. thenco aouth Behsitte,
^^taiii     ""'  lbenoa   north  no chains,
' :>* ���" the point ol commence-
,...        ���;;;."fM".��-.es .more or leas.
'���H Bl  s   post  plante.l about
,     , '  ^northeast?oornerofWHll��*a
l��'*tsi.t -   .1  .    '   ","11"-   north   so   chains,
Bw8a.i?uiS"" M,ii,(h ��s��B8
'���res. more <ir less.
h-eoatalulnk -.��.,
--WBthJune! UW7,
'   -    ,"iuim.|l(.l|ll, H[||     wl pjgnfjgj ai,out
o' th��   nprthwasi  cornsr  ol
:.. .
1 haltis
i point
north no
of oalure or leas
'>'��'-'.i'"'i,"","7,l"!"' " i"'"1 pUnua .i.'.ui
' "��� nortbwo.toorn.rol wn-
�����. ���,,,      '   '"  'I'lim,   Uu    uurlh   M
rlSMl.r ;'."  ���*", .'bains,  Hi, in,, south m
fc'*��'��u���l     ,,"''""'" ,",l"'l""'""'.'oni
h"'i> .i!.;;,; :7v;;l"v'.''i''.;';:ru",m,r,!orleMf
""���� DUtrlot, DuHrlotoiWwtKootMuiy
",!��� tat a.,",.'.''"   "    umb.rm��u, lata  in
" :''"'<�� -ni,,ii nmm.aoini m . post
'.'."'""WH H i .   ,,"���""' " """ '""' Bill   south
, "���"��-niar.,.,     i.    "' '���������"���i ".tiriol ana-
', "l"""" nor I,    I  ' ',' Hl"��'��"'s N. K.   ��ngl.
te'fctnc, .,  ,i, a,"'',"'!'"' ll"'1  "�����' *'
������� n,,.  .        "'!',||,."II��.  Il.oni'i.    west   211
"ll""' n Ml, ,��� '' '",""' IIiimii-o onat St)
'""'" Pur.. I "" .''lalns. llionco w,.��l��
^'".Vni.ir,. ���r (...."'"'"""'���onioiil, iioutalnlim
.J.'("r" M��.c ,,i ,V   J'""'"'rmiin,  lutcndN   to
iU '{'.'"'"������nom    .Id,   ��1""����"��-I��K at a post
ihk.,1.^ M'"iniai,i m,:  .""""'H oissk dnf
��l Qrsnii
���... mine, about  80
r;'��'k  marked J. u. f.
Inn    'VK aiiKi(. ,. _.      ,K   �������rki'i| J.  K. F.
 ih ai cllH "'"���'""'"'���'��� '-i-at ���*<> chains,
"ll11 B8 SEES*    ,""""  weit 90 chains
"'.,   "' -',' '-liHiiHi,      ""' ,,aslH0 ���"hell".
JAsrSSfi   K. Hubwart.
'^li������tn ml��?.M._��Mth, "I  Spokane,
"''I li
Notlce is hervby given that tlilrtjr days after
���Isle I In lend lo apply lo the lion, the Chief Commissioner of l.mid- and Works for a special il-
cence to cut and carry �����-��;. Umber from tho
InllowliiK deacrlbed lands In Weat Kootenay
district: Commencing at a post planted on the
OOrth bank ot len Mile creek, shout one mile
aud a half from Hlocan lake, marked II 11 I'ltu'
northwest corner post, thence eaat IB chains,
theuce south 40 chsins, thence west 160 chains,
thence uorlh 40 chalus to plai�� of commenoc-
in t-iit.
1 ���*;��� d this j'.m, day of June, 1907.
H. II, Pitts, laocalor,
A. W   HTUBHs, Ag^nt.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
date I Intend to apply to the Ilonorablo
Ohlel ''ommlasloner of I^inds and Wurks at
Vptorla, Hi,., I..r a special license lo cut and
< arry away Umber from the following described
lands in Wfst Koutetiey district: C'ommeuclug
��tftiK��st planted on the west (>snk of Hmeltor
creek, alKoit one mile south of the City of Nelson.
theVIM soutb SO chains, thence weat S3 chains,
thenee no -th HO chains, theuiv east no chains to
plate of commencement.
Italed this 11th day of June, 1907.
C. C. Clare, Locator.
I>. Booth, Agent.
Nelson 1 .aud histrlcU District of West Kootenay
Take notice that "David Henry Telford," Hae-
kstiK>u, Hask., occupation lumbermeu. Intends
U> apply for a special timber licence over the fol
lowing described lauds:
No 1 Commencing sta post planted about S
chains norlh of the northwest corner of Timber
Limit -ill west brsuch of I.Htl.- Hlocan river.
West Kootenay, thence weat 90 chains, thenoe
���aouth 80 chains, theuce east So chains, thence
north ho chsins to point of commencement and
containing ' t   acres, more or leas.
Dated July ��tb, 1907     David IIkisby TBI roitu.
No. I C'omuieiiclng a post planted on the east
bank of i ���';.-:. ii-i-k . .ui ou the north bouiiil-
ary of timber limit *144, west branch of Little
Hlocan river, theuce north ISO chains, thence
east 40 chains, thence south 100 chalus, theuce
sMt 40chains to place of commencement, and
��� -iriiLM.ii.ic .;*��� ft-r--, more or less.
Dated July loth. 1907. Davio Missy 7'bi.Ford.
No :i t:ommenclng at a post planted on bank
of Hiissle onski about 'JO chains south of the
south boundary of timber limit NU7. west branch
of Little Hlocan river, thence west Ho chains,
thence south ni chaius, thence east MO chains,
thsnee north ho chains to the point of cum
menewment and containing 040 acres, more or
Dsled July 11th. 1907. David Hbkbt Tii ���..*...
No 4. Commencing at a post plant 1 about 8
chains east from eaat bank of Hussle creek, and
on the weal boundary of limit 8. thence west no
chains, thence aouth 80 chains, tbeucu east MO
chains, thence norlh B chains to point of com-
-..:.��� i i:>. ui and containing S4o acres, more or
Dated July 11th. 1907.  Dai in Henry Tbj roan.
Ko.lt, Commencing at a post planted about
A0 chains west of Uoose Creek and bImuii nix
iiilli-s from 1U mouth st BlOOsUD River, said post
is aliout 44) chains west from D H Telford's timber applh-allott No. 11, ihence east 40 ehalns lo
Mm !����� r application No. ll, thence north 160
chaius, thence west 40 chalus, thenoe south 100
chains, to point of commencement, and contain
ins 640 acres, more or less
l>ated July nth. i ������.    David Henry Tbi ii-kd.
No. 14. Commencing at a poal planted at the
southwest corner nf No IS. lhcn< e west 40 chains,
thenoe north 16u chains, ihence east *���> chains,
thence south 160 chains lo point of commencement, and containing 6to acres, more or less
l ated July 17th, 1907   David Henby isivoki-.
A   Milton. Agent.
Noticp Is hereby given mat 60 days after dale 1
intend to apply to the Houorable the Chief Commissioner of l.iaii.s and Works for a special
license to tut and carry awav timber from tha
following descrllred lands lu 'Nest Kootenay district:
No. I ��� Commencing at a post marked William
Waltnsley, planted at Knkanee Creek Hiding nn
the Procter extension, on the west side of Lot
WW, on the south side of the West Arm of Ko u-
eusy lake, commencing at the N K corner )K>st
running south HO chains, west SO chains, north HO
chains, east 80 chains to place of beginning.
Located 3rd June, 1907.
William Walmslby, Locator,
JaHES HnBHARD as Agent,
Ni Isoti \mu<\ District. District ol West Kootenay
1'ake notice that James Keelh, ol Hpokatie,
Wash , occupation, miner, Intends to apply for a
special timber licence over the following described landa: Commencing ata post about IX
rods north of the center of the north shore line ot
Boundary l-��kc and at tua southeast comer of
Timber i.iinit No a074, and marked James
Kecth's H. W. Cornerpost, theuce north H chalus,
theuce eaat W) clialns, thence south B chains,
theuce west HO chalui to point of comnienco-
mcut. ami containing 640 acres, mora or leas.
July HO, 19ti7. jAMRa Kami.
Nelson i.nni District    District ol West Kootenay
Take notice that Henry Keichert, of Nelson,
B C, proSOSOtOTj intends to apply for a special
licence to cut and carry away timber from the
following described lauds:
No. 9 Commencing at a post planted near the
northeast corner post of tiuitter licence No. trj64
anl near Henry Keichert 8. W. corner post of
ttmlrcr location No. 7, on main I.rinnn creek and
marked Henry Keichert southeast corner post
No. 9, thence HO chains north, theuce 80 chains
west, thence ho chains south, ihence HO chains
east to the point ol commencement.
Dated July J7,l907.
No. lu CoDitnpnctiiK at a poit plantod about .1)
chains more or less south from the northwest corner of tot no. .'-'���������' ou main L. inoii
creek uu-l tnarKed Henry Keichert east corner
post No 10, thunce 40 chains north more or lean
lo about midway of the south boundary line of
Umber licence No 8206, thence It's, chains west,
theuce 40 chains south, thonce 160 chains east
to point of commencement
Dated July Wth, 1907,
Ho. 11 CorameuclnK at a post planted on Monument creek, about 70 chains, inure or less, south
from where Mouument i reek, umplys into Lemon creek, aud near Henry Keichert northeast
corner post ol timber location No 8, and marked
"Henry Keichert northwest corner poat No II,"
thence IflO chains south, thence 40 chaius east,
thenco ISO chains north, thonce 4o chains west
to the point o�� <mm motifcment
Dated July nth, IU07.
Turtle,    Designed    by    David    Buahnell,
Used in War of American
The flrnt Htihniurlno (matt which
nmlly navigated under MrtOQf condl-
tionH whr the invention of an American.
lJanir-1  HuHhiH'U, of  Hayhiook,  Conn.
UuHhiH'll whh KnuluatiMi from Yal�� In
1775 and in ths MOM year oomplffjted
the Hiihtimiirn- vonhel on which he had
b��MUl at work Blnc�� 1771. He does not
���MM to have named the boat himself,
but it has come to be known ub the Turtle.  becaiiHo of Its shape.
The entrance to the vessel, says a
writer In the .Navy, correspond to the
opening made by the swells of a turtle
shell at its head. The boat was about
seven and a hull" feet long and six feet
deep; largi? enough to contain the operator and siifTlc-ieut air to last him an
It was ballasted chleTly with permanent lead ballast. In addition to this a
mass of lead, 200 pounds in weight,
could be let down forty or fifty feet below the vessel, enabling the operator
to anchor or to rise quickly to the surface In case of accident.
A water gauge illumined by means
of a cork with phnsporus In it, which
flouted on the water within the gauge,
registered the depth of the Turtle. Ily
means of a compass, also illuminated
with phosporus, the operator was able
to direct the course of the vessel.
An oar formed on the principle of an
old fushioned screw was fixed In the
lorward part of the Turtle. The opera
tor by turning it in one direction could
propel the Tessel forward, or In the
other could  propel it  backward.
Another oar placed near the top of
the Turtle, worked on the same principle. By means of the latter the operator, after having established the equilibrium of the vessel, could move lt
either upward or downward. A rudder
in the afterpart of the Turtle could be
used for sculling.
The entrance to the boat was elliptical
and so small as to barely admit one person. It was surrounded by a broad elliptical iron band, the lower edge of which
waa let into the wood. Above the upper
edge of this brass iron band was a
crown resembling a hat. It i:hut water
tight 00 the iron band, to which lt was
hung with hinge*, turning over sideways   when  opened.
In the crown were three round doors,
one  directly  In  front   and  one  on  each
''"line for advertising  extended  by the Asalstau
Nelson l.��n t District.   District ol West Kootenay
Take notice that Thos. K. L. Logan, of Hon
ner's Kerry, occupation painter intends to apply
tor a st��e<'lal timber licence over the following
descrtfted lands: t'ommenclng at a poat planted
on the sonth aide of Boundary creek, itix.ui 10
miles west of the Kivotenay liver, thenco west W
chalus, thenco south t*l chaum, thence east Hi
chains, thence north talchnlna to the point of
commencement, aud containing 640 acre*,  more
Dated July filh, 1907,
TH.in.tn K  L. Logan.
[anai   Ki
1 "Hum,,,,.I. u"   lOllOvfln.  di'-
"'""���I i  ��� r!r','!*""" Planti-il Rll
''        .1,1  ,1,,"' >'H> show Hi,,,
.74  II,, '   """I'.'H.t  33>rr��r
''".li."  I ta ,". �����'!��� .'Iinlna,
��� ni.ii'i' t.���Ht m, i>h  '
'limn N.
'"til hi
""III Nil ��u ���
'"" �����������*"" ������ "iSiit .i-mmSSB
Jasbs Ksitk.
Nelaon Land District.  District of West kootenay
Take notice that Frank  Flanagan, A   H  Klder,
,n,.I K. W. Hmlth, 0  Hpokane, Wash., pMUBSUOD
rsnonsra. intend to apply foraspe-ui timber
licence over the following *TO^nt��e2Bt
Comuionclng at a posl planted al the aoull cast
corner, about six miles from the Koo enBy rtfer.
On the west aldo, thonce north 80 cha ns, ten
west BO chains, thenco Mouth aOofiMni.n����"g
east 80 chains to point of commencomenl, SAO
containing ��W acres, moro or ��** ���,���,.���.,,
Dated July 18th, 1907. F"H A   "Ki-db"!
K   W. HMlTll, Agent for AppItcanU.
Nelson Land District. Dtsirlot of West *ootaney
Take ftOtjOi that Frank Flanagan, 48. mw*
and K. W. Hmlth. Hpokane, Wash . OOOOpaUon
rattchors, Intend to apply lor a m rial tlm k r
licence over Hie following dHWlbj 1b. da
OommtnOlOI at a post planted one n e o'in
mid one mile oast of post No 1, jWCj WJAJJ
iihoul six miles from tho Kootenay rivr.or.e
west hide, thence north no chalnM, Iheooe WSJ BD
chalua, thonce south Ml oltalus. thi '< '"A*.
clmliiK to point of OommsnOSmSSt, SOO contain
Iiih 0*0 aon-a, more or loss. .-����f*wiv��aS
Dated July Uth, WW. Fbawk^Fl*J*��*J;
K, W. Smith, Agent for Applicants.
Take notice that John Koan, of Fernie. B C,
hotel-kee|K<r. intends to apply for Srpepis] tlm-
l-er licence over the following described lands:
1. Commencing ata pom planted In the District ol West Kootenay, Nelion Mining Division,
on the north fork of the aouth fork of UMtOfOSJCi
about five miles up creek from where two forks
meet and about six miles north of the International Boumlarv Llue and about twenty-eight
miles west of Kootenay Kiv.-r. theuce east f"
chalna, ihence north 80 chains, thence west so
chains to bank of taid creek, theuce down stream
to plai.' of commencement.
J. Koh*i, Locator,
2. Commencing at a pout planted at the southwest corner of .1. Homs's No. l location, theuce
west SO chains, thence north SO chalus, Ihence
east HO chains more or leas to bank of said creek,
thence down stream to place Of commencement.
J. Koh*. Locator.
3. Commencing al a post planted ator near
the southwest corner of J. Kohh's No. 1 location,
thonce west 80 chains, theuce aouth ho chains,
thonce east 80 chains, more or leas, to said crook,
���hence up stream to plutv of beginning
J. Koas, Locator.
4. Commencing at a potl planted at or near
the southwest corner of J Kobk's No. 1 location.
Hien ������> cast 80 chains, thence south so chains,
thenco went ao chains, more or leas, to bank of
said  creek,   thonce   up stream   to  place of coin-
J. Km--. Locstor.
ft. Commencing at a posl plained about two
miles south of the southwest corner of J. Ross s
No. 1 location, 00 the north fork of the aouth
fork of Lost creek, nnd alxitit four miles up
stream, from where the two forks meet, thenc*
east Ml chains, theuce north HO chains, theuce
weat 80 chain*., more or less, to imnk of said
creek, thonce down stream lo place of commence.
men l.
J. Kohh, liirnior.
e. Commencing at a post plnnled al, or near,
the Houthweat corner of J. Kosa's No. ��� location,
on l.i.-i creoa, thence west HO chain*, thence
north HO chains, theuce so chains cast, more or
less, to bank of said creek, theuce down stream
to plSOS of commeuceinent.
Located 25th Juno, 1U07. J. ROM, LooStOfi
Take notice tbat Ira F. Taylor, ciera, of Arrow
head, B. C, Intends to apply for a 'pedal licence
to cut timber from the following described
No. 1. Common .-lug at a post planted 70 chains
distance lu an easterly direction from Cariboo
lake marked "Ira F. 'laylor's, W. Parkins' H W.
corner," bounded on tin south by T. L No 7tlfifi,
on tho west by i. L. t o. 7fi7J, thenco north HO
chains, thenco oaHt 80 chains, thenco south 80
clialns, thcuco west 80 chains to point of com-
No. '2. Commencing ata post planted 80 vIihIum
distant'** aud in aeaslerly direction from Cariboo
lako marked ow. Parkins', Ira K Taylors H. w.
corner posl," bounded on the west bv T. L 7607,
aouth by Ira F. Taylor's and W. Parkins'T. L.
No. 1, thenco nonh 40 chains, thenco east IPO
chalna, thenco south 40 chains, thenco west 150
chains to point of commencement.
Nelson Land District District of West Kootenay
Take notice that K. W. Smith, Frank Flanagan, and A. M. Elder, of Hpokane. WaSA i occu
patlon ranchers, intend to apply for a special
timber licence ovur tho following described
lauds: Commencing ata post planted at the
���pathSMt comer, acout eight inlloa from tho
Kootenay river, on the west aide, and about
three miles norlh of the International boundary
11 ii.-. mi tho west bank o( Hrldg creek, on the
north fork, thence north 80 chains, thene- weal
80 chalna, thonce south Ml chains, thenee cast 80
chain-* to point ol commencement, and containing (HO acres, more or loss.
Dated July Huh, 1007. K. W. Hmitii,
Fkank  Ki.anaiian,
A.  h    r I.KKH,
K. W. smi in. Agent.
side, and large enough to put the hand
through. These when opened admitted
fresh air. Their shutters were ground
perfectly tight and were hung with
hinge h. There were several glass windows in the crown for the admission
of light and two air pipes.
A ventilator drew fresh air through
one of the pipes mid discharged it at
the bottom of the vessel. The Impure
air escaped through the other pipe.
These, of course, were used only when
the Turtle was floating <mthe HUrface
of the water. The valves opened automatically when they came out of the
water and closed as soon as they entered lt.
When the operator wished to descend
he placed his foot on the lever of the
valve, by which means he opened a
large aperture In the bottom of the vessel, thereby allowing the water to enter the tank. When a sufficient quantity had been obtained to cause the
VMM] to descend very gradually he
eloBcd the valve. The aperture under
this valve was covered by a perforated
The water could be discharged from
the tank by the brass force pump.
when the vessel leaked the bilge could
be pumped out by a similar pump.
Kverythlng in the Turtle was brought so
near the operator that he could find
in the dark what he wished and without
turning either to the right or to the left.
A linn piece of wood was framed parallel to the short diameter of the vessel
to prevent the sides from yielding. This
also served as a seat for the operator.
In the fore part of the brim of the
bTMl crown was a socket with an iron
tube passing through it. At the top of
the tube was a wood screw, fixed by
means of a rod which passed through
the tube. When the wood screw had
been made fast to some object it could
be cast off by unscrewing the rod. Ue-
hlnd the vessel and above the rudder
was attached a magazine composed of
two blocks of oak wood hollowed out
so as to hold 150 tons of water. This
was fired by a percussion device, timed
by means of clockwork. A rope extended from the magazine to the wood
To destroy a ship the operator was
to submerge the Turtle, navigate It
until it was underneath the ship that
was to he destroyed, screw the wood
sciew into her bottom, cast off the magazine and move away. The magazine
being buoyant would immediately rise
against the bottom of the ship. The
c'ockwork which fired it was started
by the casting off of the magazine, and
gave the operator time to retire* to a
safe  distance.
Itushnell made many trials of the
Turtle before sending it against a British vessel. He found It very difficult
to  obtain   a   skilful   operator.
In the summer of 1776, when Admiral Howe lay with a formidable British fleet In New York Bay a little below the narrows, Bushnell attempted
to destroy one of his ships, the Ragle
of 64 guns. The operator whom the Inventor selected to make the experiment
was Sergt. Ezra Lee.
He had bad little experience with the
Turtle and was therefore inexpert.
Leo, however, successfully navigated
the Turtle under the Ragle. He attempted to fix the wooden screw into her
bottom, but struck as he supposed a bar
of iron, which passed from the rudder
hinge and was spiked under the ship's
Two subsequent attempts were made
with the Turtle against the British
shipping. In one of these the operator
succeeded in getting hlB vessel underneath a British ship, but the tide ran so
strong that the Turtle was swept away.
Finally the British sauk an American
boat which had the Turtle on board.
Tho inventor afterwards recovered
his vessel, but did nothing further with
It. His health was poor, and he was
unable to obtain money and assistance
with which to prosecute his experiments.
Hay and Timber Land���About 40
acres of hay and 60 acres of timber,
ilr.lil beside a lt. lt. Biding and only a
short distance from Nelson. $20.00
per acre.
Baker St., Opposite Queen'! Hotel.
W.   a.   aiLLETT
Contractor  sand
Soli) audit for the I'orto Ktco Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail yards. Rough and dressed lumber, turned
work and bracket* CobbI lath and shingles, sash
aud doors, t'enunt, hrick aud lime for sale.
Automatic grimier.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. east of Ball
aNifl.SOIN,   B. C
V. O. Bob 2*1 Telephone ITS
Take notice that mi application lias been made
to register Arthur Hamilton Buchanan a��
the owner In m mm pie, under a tax sale doed
from R. .1. H'.'iiM.o. Deputy Assessor and Collect
<>f tho Hlocan Assessment District, to Arthur
Milium.m Mm tmmhi* hearing date the 7th ot
Novombor, A It., 1906, of all and singular that
certain parcel, or trait, of land, and premises,
sltiiMte: lying ami being In the Dlstrlctof Koote-
i.itv, in tin* Province ol lirttish Columbia, more
particularly known and described as:
U>t number nine hundred and seventy (V-0),
Group one (11 lu the IMMriet of Kootenay, "Bun-
Met Mineral Claim.
You and each ol TOD BIS rcoulred to contest the
clnim ol the tsx purchaser within fourteen days
from the date of the  service of this notice  upon
nnd lu detaull of h caveat, or certificates of
s Mb dens being filed wphln such period, you
III h* forever omtopped and debarred from  set-
rou, t
ll*. pe
HM nt"l."i"l'"ll.i;!��try  oni���.  Nelson, Pro-
vino, ni Hi nisi. Columbia, ii.i~i.iii day of April,
II. F   Mai'LKUn,
District Hoglatrar.
TO   11K-.IAMIN F     IV.VIM,
nn- Hunsot  (Inl.l  A  Silver  Mlnlug Uom-
Queen's Hotel
Baser Btreel, Nelaon. B. O.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
Large and Comfortable Bedrooms and flrat-
cleaauinlug Boom.   aVample Boom, lor Commercial   Han.
MRS   ���. C.CLABKB.  Froprletroa,
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Room! 50 cents upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled in the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. KRIOKSON, Proprietor
Telepbone, 260.    Opposite Court House
and Poitofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Tremont House
Boropean .nd American Plan
Meals st eta.   Boom, from a! eta. to IL
Only Whit. Help Bmploy��d.
Baker St.. Nelson Proprietor.
Bartlett   House
OBO. W. BABTLjfrr,
Best DoLUr-a-Day Boost In Nelson.
Th. Bar la th. Flneat.
Whltt BMP Only employed.
Josephine Bt,
Nelson. B, O.
Royal Hotel
Rate. |1 and $1.50 a Day.
Special Rate, to Regnlar Boarder..
Moat comfortable qnartera In Nelson*
Only the best of Liquor, and cigars.
Ill Kind! ot Heating Plant! In Stock.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooara Hou...     Tal. 181.
The Silver Grill ha. opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The beat 35 cent
meal In the city.
In lhe matter of an Application for the issue of
a duplicate of lhe Certificate of Title (or lot'��!,
and the west half of lot 21, block 61, In the Town
of Nelson.
Notice is hereby riven that it la my Intention
to Issue at the expiration of one month after the
fl mi publication hereof a duplicate of the certificate of title for tha above lands, in the name of
I.v.lia ehlelds, which cerliflcale Is dated the xlst
day of December, 1900, and numbered .tttl K.
"H. r. MacLbod."
District Registrar.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
have submitted to the Lieutenant QovernoMn-
Councll a proposal under the provisions of the
"Rivers and Streams Act," for clearing and removing obstruction*, from Onat River and sflsa-
dow Creek,In the Dlstrlctof West Kootenay, and
for making the same fit for rafting and drtr
ing thereou logs, timber, lumber, rafts��nd crafts
and for erecting and maintaining booms for
holding, sorting and delivering logs and timber
brought down said creek and river, and for attaching booms to the shore of said creek and
river for said purposes.
The  lands  to be  affected  br Hfd work arc:
Lot*. M-i. M87, V>92, and sub lots 1, 6.11. IS, 14 and
IA nf Lot -t.v/j, < - roup 1, Kootenay District.
The tolls proposed to be charged are suuh as
mav be fixed by the Judge of the County Court
of West Kootenay.
Dated 81st Juiy. 1907.
riis International Lumbib & Mbkcantii.b Co..
In tbe matter of an application for the lssne of
duplicates of the Certificates of Title to lots 11.
12 and IS, flroupl, West Kootenay District, also
known as the "Kooteuaj- Chief," "Comfort" Mid
"Lulu" mineral claims respectively.
Notice Is hereby given that lt la my intention
to Issue at the expiration of one month hIkt the
first publication hereof a duplicate of Certificate
of Title r*o-69uiaof an undivided 81-luoths In
each of tbe a^-ovelots, Issued on the 17th day of
May, A D.lt-M In the name of John C. Ainsworth,
and also a duplicate of Certificate of Title No.
ADOOa of an undivided 19-100ths in each of the
above lots, Issued on the 17th da-* of Hay, A. D
1888. in the name of George J. Ainsworth.
Land Registry Office. Nelson, B. C-, August fith,
*'H, F. MalI.bop,"
 District Registrar.
In the matter of an application lor the issue of
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title lor Lota
18 and 17, Block '.ii, Town of Nelson.
Notice Is hereby alveu that lt Is my Intention
to Issuu at the expiration of one month after the
first publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for the above Lota In the name of
Frances K.Day which Certificate Is dated the
lUth Hepteinber, ltSW, and numbered 2H.M)K
Land Registry Office. Mtlsou, H.C., 1Mb June,
1907. H   F. MACLKOD,
District Registrar.
We have had placed in otxr hands one of tho prettiest bent paying ^^
Thi. is np for a quick sale on account of owner's ill health. Cull and get
fall particular!.. If yon hare (4,000 we can make a good easy deal with yon
for this property.
8.  M.   BRYOQE8,
Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron. Ltd.
Fire, Accident, Life and Employers' Liability Insurance
Let us quote you rates in the best board companies.
We Have  For Sale One  of the Prettiest Homes in
Nelson, Sitoated in Fairviow, Chwe to the Car Line
Large 7-room house. Stone foundation and first-clan cellar. Complete water lyitem. 10 lot! under cultivation and planted In large, bear-
Ing fruit tree!.   Thii li a map.   For particular, apply to
Choice Fruit
I Have 10,000 Acres
of the
Choicest Fratt Lands In
British Colombia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
Nelson. B. C.
The honse contains two bedrooms and hall upstairs, dining room, parlor, kitchen, pantry and hall downstairs, hot and cold water. Electric light in all rooms.
Two lots in a good position.
PRICE S19QO.       Terms can be arranged.
Inthe center of the Southermost and
Warmest Valley in Southern British* Columbia.  West  Kootenay.
and  $10  per  month  without   interest
for   10   Acres.
It Is only by acting at once that you
can secure one of our Orchard Homes
on   these   terms.
Mild, healttiful climate, land level, deep
loam, clay subsoil; yielding; annual profit
of $400 to 1700 per acre, arowlne fruits
and garden truck. Ample rainfall. Platted In 10 acre tracts fronting on roads.
No tract more than hall a mile from main
line nl railroad and all within two miles of
station Dally trains; close to marketR;
unlimited demand for products. First and
second sub divisions sold in six weeks.
Third and last sub-illvlslon now on sale.
l-ar��e perccntaaM of pim-hasers Dulldluu;
homes and cultivating their laud, ciood
neighbors, fine flshinf and hunting near.
Wrlta quick for proofs, descriptive matter,
maps snd all Information. We also have
for sale tracts of 60 to 6,000 acres best
fruit lands, best prices, best terms.
Ample bank aud other references fur-
nlshe 1 on application.
Kootenay Orchard Association
NELSON,   B.   C.
In the matter of an application for ihe tsMie of
duplicate of the certificates ot Title for Lots rl, 7,
8, and 17, Block 2,'low 11 of Kltchci.er (<xapt#8)
and Lote-187, Group One. lu the D r ut of Kootenay.
Notice .thereby given that It     my Intention
to Issue at the expiration of one month after the
first publication hereof.duplicated of Certificates
of Title of the above lots lu the name of Joseph
Walker which certificate!* are dated ����ud day of
June, 1908 and numbered 2481 A and X482A respect Ively.
Land  Registry  Office, Nelson, B. C.aSrd July,
To Winnipeg and points in
Ontario, Quebec, Maritime
Provinces, Central and Eastern States, August fith, 9th
and 10th, September J >th,
12th and >3th.
Full particulars as to stop overs, etc.,
nn application.
Splendid New Soo-Spokane Service,
4Sy. Hour. Between St. Paul and Spokane. Catch the Flyer at Cranbrook for
All Point. Eaat.       ���
Daylight service between Nelson and
Spokane including 50 miles on Kootenay Lako In elegant new steamer Kus-
1 anook. Fare 96.60. Return $12.45.
Good for 30 days.
Scenery through Arrow Lakes and
Rocky Mountain resorts unexcelled in
the world.
"II   F. MaiXa'D,"
Dlstilct Kefi.'r.r.
F. C. GREEN       F. r. BURDEN        A. H. GREEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Colombia Land Surveyors
r. 0. Bex 145   rhost 241 B.
AM V. A..Vancouver. D. P.A., Nelson
A. M. Can. See. C. E.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office: nealey Dulldlng.   P. O. Ilox 431
Baker St, NELSON, B. C.
I '' :
f !
U: ��   I
I It 14 i
is the new style we are showing in
Among the n.w article, ju.t
opened up are: Bread Trays, Nut
Bowl, and Candl. sticks, be.Ids.
Jug., Bowl, and Nappl...
Don't fall to get our price, on
these goods.
Watchmaker and Optician
1. manuiartured  'rim  Ibe  JM.*. ��**��?%��)}?���
rtpcu<"l and 4.w-.w��tan��l.     It's mIM, lull-
flavored and cool     A lobacco you
uuglil to try
Tobacconist.   Baker Street.
Coal! Icel Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Fruit,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
N. E.eoi. Baker   and   Ward   Sta.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Ooadsdaile & Si
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils lor
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders wUl find it to their advantage to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
5-Room House and 3 Lots, Observatory street. House
well plastered and in good
shape.    $1,000.    Good
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning Stoves, ate.
111 East Bak.r St. Phono No. A114
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries
Butter, Eggs.
Oamp and Minors' Supplies.
So^lnllaat Party meets eery Frldsr
evi-ulUB at 8 p m.. In toe aimers' union Haal
All are Invited; any one allowed to Use part In
the debates.   T. Austin. Secretary.
Old Curiosity Shop
if you want to buy or sell anything,
to to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale.
All kind, of Dinnerware In stock. Pattern*, a.
Fitronlztd by Earl Grey ���������� Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
IBest Located Hotel ta Ncluo
Apartment* Eleaant     Cuisine Choicest
Clvill'y and cleanllneaa.
Under tlie management ol  R  K.Noble,
late ol Toronto, Ottawa and
J. S. Rankin. A. C. Stirrett, Vancouver
M. Davidson and wife. New York; Miss
Tipping. Slocan; Dr. F. H. Newburn, A.
MacmlckinR. Lothbrldge; H. P. Renwlck
J. Donaldson, G. Garrison. Rossland; P
King, Toronto; H. S. Jones, Calgary: J-
M. Anderson. Quesnel; T. E. Wilcot.
Cor. Y.rnon and We.ru Strsata,
N. Hlnns, Trail G. Matter, Vancouver
J. K. Mitchell, W. A. Armstrong, Qales-
burg;D. J. Shields, Moose Jaw; E. K.
Harris, Toronto;  G. Benedict, Mayook;
E. T. Sheppard, Rachlne; L. Hillman,
Gorrard; A. Carney, Kaslo; R. G.
Church.   W.  B,   llolloway. Spokane;   A.
F, Dudgeon, Arrowhead; H. Armstrong,
Vancouver; E. Eagles, Montreal; R.
Smith and wife, Nanalmo; R. W. Lindsay, Camborne; H. Nichols and wife,
Vmlr; Miss II. J. Laird. Miss A. Cooper,
Salmo; \V. S. Conl. Kaslo; D. McRae,
Portland; A. n. Gottschalk, St. Paul.
W. M. Johnson. R. G. Dlngman, Toronto; C. C. Barber, Slocan; Miss Mac-
gregor, Rossland; A. Burwash, Wilmer;
I) K. Husband, Carstairs: Rev. J.
Welch, Vancouver; J. Glover, Edgewood
P. Moffatt, Cranbrook; J. Macdonald,
A. C. Smith, F. C. Body, C. Curley.
Spokane D. E. Dye, Kokanee; F. R. Mc-
Arthur, G. Pearce, Sandon; W. B. Mac-
auley, S. Nutall, C. B. Archibald, Wm.
Rofusc, Ymire; C. A. Clark. Vernon; H.
Ross, Trail; A. Shemoll, Stockholm;
A. W. Stubbs, Ymir; W. J. CarrutherB,
R. E. Poole, F. T. Fulton, Northport;
S. M. Cruze, Procter; P. R. Merton, New
Denver; G. Andrews, Salmo; L.
Waruke, Kaslo.
G. Splcer, R. Brownlee. Slocan; D. I).
Worthington, Ymlr; B. H. Brecken-
ridge, Rossland.
W. Cooper, Willow Point, E. Angling.
Kaslo; F. Edwards. Waverley; E. Cooper, Gerrard; M. Fox, Bedford; J. Wiltshire, P. Smith. H. Pierce, Boston; T.
Merner, Fernie; J. Smailwood, Beasley:
Wm. WllllamB. J. Morrison, Edgewood;
V. R. Koelng, Phoenix.
Mrs. Walker, of Cartmel House. Tun-
stall, Staffs, England, would be pleased
to correspond with any person who
knows of the whereabouts of either
Edward Walker or his friend, Hugh
MacRae. Mrs. Walker has not heard of
her son since last October.
The Daily Canadian
Church  of Mary  Immaculate.
At the services tomorrow Rev. Father
Walsh of Vancouver, will officiate in the
absence ot Rev.  Father Althoff.
No la.u. Labor Day.
As there will be no day telegraph report furnished on Monday there will be
no Issue of The Dally Canadian tiiat
Big Order.
Frank Brewer will plant 1,000 cherry
trees In his Cherry Bank farm, adjoining Fairvlew. The trees are from the
Tupenish nursery, Washington, and are
the choicest varieties.
Sacred Concert.
A sacred concert will be held In the
Babtlst church the evening of Wednesday, Sept. 11th, which will be the last
appearance in Nelaon at a musical entertainment of Rev. and Mrs. Shanks.
School Attendance.
The enrollment at the high school for
the Ave days of August was 43, with
an average attndance of 40.4, a percentage of nearly 94. . Organisation of
classes at the public school is still uncompleted.
Rossland Eagle*.
The members of the Rossland Aerie,
F. O. E., and their friends to the number o fabout 80, took an excursion yesterday by train and steamer to Deer
Park. Capt. Gore gave them the freedom
of tbe steamer and they had a thorough*
ly enjoyable outing.
M.thodlat Services.
At the Methodist church tomorrow
Rev. R. N. Powell's subject will be:   "A
Pastoral of -le.usr*'; evaeulag, "-Our
summls, a Runaway Slave." a Labor
Day sermon. Anthems will be sung by
the choir, morning "Like aa the Hart,"
evening, "The Radiant Moon."
Leaving for Vancouver.
Bert Davidson, for many year, on the
Nelaon postomos staff, has resigned his
position and will leave for Vancouver
shortly, where he will re.ide in future.
Mr. Davidson has many friends who will
regret bis departure, but will be always
glad to hear of his success in his new
Killed In Nevada.
Word ha. reached here that a mining engineer named Mauna.il, who resided in Nelson eight or nine year, ago,
was killed a abort time ago rh Gold
Goldfleld, Nevada, The aasaasln was
a deputy sheriff of that place knd the
killing was the result uf a fight over a
Arrived Safe.
A telegram has been received from
Constable McBeath to the effect that
Kenneth Murray bad been safely landed
In New Westminster penitentiary. Tbe
prisoner appeared to improve physically and mentally as soon as the train
started. He made no. further attempt
at suicide.
INE-La^OlN,    -     B. C
GOLD CHAIN, between HooTer snd Vernon
Streets. HutUble reward will be ps>ld (or lu
return.   McDermld & McHsrdy.
A PUCKKTBOOK conUfnlUf a signed cheque of
the BtBOOd Relief Mining Compsnt, psjrstile
to n, c. Wade, and letters. Finder kindly
leave st No Place Inn.
TWO PIRRT-CLABB ROOMH, steam heated    Ap-
i>lv housekeeper. 3rd flat. K   w. c. block.
A   1'AKTNKK   with  12,000 to   f>ur<'hasc a  fruit
rsnch near Nelson    A good speculation.  Partner need not be actively ens-see,) ���-��� ranch.
For particulars apply T. G. PROCTKK.
AT ONCE,     A BELL  BOY.     Apply the Mrath-
WAN I'KIi���by young Hng.ir-t.aian, lob with fruit
farmer   where   he can   thoroughly learn the
'��� '   i        nuciv      111?     ��  ra i��       imoi inif, I, * j     as*, a aa     au.i
tness      At present In WIiiuijh-k  but would
U at once.   Address B. !>., Dally Canadian.
TEACH Kit   at Mi-adows     jGO  par  month.
Bpratley, Secretary, Erie, P <>
FOB BALK���HU-roomed cottage, Htanlay Blreet
near Mill. Modern Improvemauia. tl-i>00.
Terms given.   Apply Mrs Rason.
BOLL TOP OFFICE UKBK and office Chair,
Applr Pastor Shanks.
Baptist Service*.
There will be % communion of the
Lord's Supper and fellowship of new
members st' the llaptlst church fomor-
mornlng. sermon: "How -Amiable are
thy tabernacles." Evening theme: "The
Church's Witnesses. Anthem: "Guide
Me, O Thou Great Jehovah," Mrs.
Shanks and the choir. Illustrated
Vaudeville  for  Nelson.
'A coast theatrical man was In the city
this week making preparations for the
erection ot a vaudeville theatre. He
has practically decided to build on Victoria street and has loft for Victoria,
to complete final arrangement". There
will be a change of programme twice a
week and the house will be conducted
on the same lines as the. vaudeville
houses of the coast cities.
Uuclc  Tom's  Cabin.
Downle's Uncle Tom's Cabin company,
under canvas, will give a matinee and
nlKht performance only In Nelson on
Thursday, Sept. 12. This Is said to be
the largest and most complete production of this time honored and historic
drama ever presented by any travelling
organization. The company numbers 50
people, carry two bands, female drum
corps, a genuine troupe of Siberian
blood hounds, ponies, donkeys, and ao
forth. A grand street parade Is given
C. A. Benedict
ar Silica and Josephine Sta.
A large consignment just received, in-
eluding all the latest records.
Come   in   and  hear   them   and   make
rour selection..
10-Inch   Discs        75c each
12-inch  Discs *1.25 each
Victor Red Seal  Discs *1.25 to 6.00 each
Edison Cylinder. 40c each
W�� G. Thomson
SSnW"   Nelson, B.C.
Phons a-*.
Telephone 227A P. O. Box  155
Flr.mayi'.  Convention.
Chief A. J. ACose, of the Rltzvllle,
WajBh . fire dejiaartTiient, will bring a
team to'the ftreihen's tournament and
will attend the convention. Tho Moyie
team will attend and tbe Rossland hose-
men are practising. Reduced rates have
been arranged ,fbf on the railway lines.
and delegations will come from Calgary
and New "Westminster. The meeting
will open-in Ore court house on the 18th
prox. The chief of Medical Lake. Wash .
���Are department will be among the visitors; and the local comjnitte expect to
have a hose team from Northport.
The Store of Quality
Ram Lai Tea
Packed in the Gardens Where
It Is Grown-Can Be Bought for
the Same Money as a Cheaper
We Stake Our Reputation on
the Quality and Reccommend
It to All Tea Drinkers as Absolutely the Best Value Offered.
50c per lb.
manager of the Ymlr
Nichols,  came  to   the
R. S. Lennle lavlslting Rossland on
professional business,
A Carney, timber Inspector of East
Kootenay, arrived from Kaslo.
Geo. D. Bell and'wife. Salmo. are in
the elty and registered at the Hume.
at. W. Hannlngton leaves for his old
home In New Rrunswlck tomorrow
H. O. Nichols,
mine, and Mrs.
city last night.
Sister Wlnlfrew. at the school of the
Bisters of St. Joseph, will leave for the
eaat next Tuesday morning.
Ralph Smith, M. P., of Nanalmo, and
Mrs. Smith, arrived lr*m.Eaat Kootenay
sn route to the coat*) laat night.
. Chaa. H. Sewell aad wife leave to-
morning for Hastings county, Ont. They
will spend several weeks In the east.
Geo. Keys. Fairvlew, will start for
Owen Sound, Ont., tomorrow morning
Mrs. Keys and family have been east
for some months and will return with
Mr. Keys a month hence.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Aient fnr Trusi'utt launches
and Petarboro Canoes.
Finest Lot ol Boats in B. C.
H.   L,.   LIINDSA.Y
Foot of Josephine flt.       Tel. A18
U !,,,:, ..,.,    mill    K4.-UII  I'i'ii..    ���   in
Fresh and Salted Meats
Ctamprt Kiipplu-d (in H.iortvM iiotn-i' mid
lowi'Kt price Nothing 1'Ul   ln-ii and
wholesome mentis mid suj-pU'h kept in *u + 'k
Mm] orders m-eive careful attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES    ManagM,
K. W. 0.
Piano  and Singing Lessons
Olv.n  by Mrs.  Winter  Every Saturday
Mr.. Winter holds certillcate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and .Inglng. Certificate from Trinity
College, London, Eng��� for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conser-
vatolro of Music for slqglng and piano
playing. Adtlrsss Bsx 7��8. N.l.on.
tsBusiiiess Energy
Plums, per basket 35c
Peaches, per lb  ...    . 15c
Pears, 2 lb. for 25c
Apples, 3 lb. for  25c
Crab Apples, 3 lb. for 2,5c
Telephone 161,
"AiT-GOMING i>00N--w^'-
��a CABIN.����
A Magnificent Produclioa under Canvas
|-��s?��.ST-  '
MAKKBn.no' hiM Funny Donkey
UNCLE TOM and hlaOi Cartl
2 p. m., AFTERNOON.   NIGHT 8 p. m
ADMISSION. 2��c nr.cl BOO
For Sale
COTTAfiE���3 rooms, water nnd electric
light, woodshed, chicken houses, fruit
trees, % block from car line. For
quick   sale.     Terms  given,     17.0.00.
B% acres within mile of city. Suitable
for market garden.   Terms given,
I.AMI) on Koolenny and Arrow hikes,
Slocan, Kootenay anil Salmon rivers,
etc.    From $10 to $45 per acre.
All   the  authorised  Text   Hooks  for
Public and IHk'' Schools.
Mail orders promptly  filled.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER  and  WARD.        Phone 81
F. B.  LYS
Real   Estate  and   General   Agent.
West Bak.r Street. NELSON. B. C.
���B.   A.   ISAAC
R.   W.   HINTON
i����.*i ������<   '  iniat   til.*.! aJot>tSln�� ����i*;v;i-it%,-il with  Duputuh.    Mfiwaat MH��Ui i
Work,   Mil   ink   mail   Mill  Ma *j fit wry.      IVlci it iifn^turur no"
Om   Cnr>,    Iv.    Iv.    ContrnwlnrN'   Chin.
NELSON,    B. C,
T.lrKbou, �� ,
MANUFACTURERS    T    Jtumr.tA_a.m     Ctai^^f^.
and dealers iN L,vimDet9 dmngles.
Ltith, .Mouliiintfs, Doors, Windows.
Mail Orders PNBtpttj att*ndrile.
ISHI Ml 111. I��. *;.
1 urncii W'orlt unci HriickutH.
The Hall Mining and Smelting |
Company, Limited.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
-*������        I
Wholeame  Provlslona,
"Oovernjiient Creamery One Found Hrlc.ks n^elved weekly fresh from lb*
churn.    For nla by all leadiiiK arrocors.
Ofiico and warehouse.: Houston Block,    Phone 711.
Josephine Street.        -        -        -        Nelson, B. C.
Our shipment of these has been delayed in transit but we liave|
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 H&tdw&t*
Company, Limited. N.ltoii Bra��k-
Guns and
If yon nre thinkitiK of buyiiiK a Kifle or Gnu thi�� ��<'11W"1
iunl tngpeol our Htook.
We also carry nil tha lxmt mnkes of Ammunition, i"''1'" '"
Dominion,     Eley,      Kynoch,      U.M. C
and Winchester.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Limited
gel til


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