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2.    No. 99
Fifty Cbnts a Month
Owner's Views
Lii-'.ry Is Prosperous and  Credit
High Except at Banks���Policy
Retards Growth.
in* A  E  Watts, Wattsburg,*B. C.)
|Th.      troublesome      rllsonso    culled
; j   in   the   Mi'ii.-y   Market" haH
., diagnosed and expat���Us���  upon by
Bal authorities ou such subjects;
L explained  in  a    supfrrflcUU
- Ithei  through   lgnorunr.1 or  lack
ability tn Kr-uip the sultject aud prolre
ii.n    i-v.planuilon    given    by
lo.r ol ths quacks la that thla country
��� developing loo quickly und using ap
ll'ii.ii fsster than It can be  Imported
I en      :.  ilint  la  to  Bay  the  farmer
I '.a.  much  land   sad  pioduc-
k t.s. much grain, the manufacturers
Id their workmen ure turning out too
ah of their prodno���i, the busy bees
t...i miia-li  honey.
���*'���'  the  greal   bug   hear,   Btrlngcncy
Ilia- Djonej  market, spella ruin. dlsus-
t anl poverty, that Is    If    the panic-
fcnuvra cuu have th  elrway, and  the
���Mars can  huve   their   way,   and   the
���en] public  are  nu hclplcsa    as    a
J��        keep In the clutches of a horde
���financial wolves.    A panic means mll-
l "I il..liars niched from lhe genenil
'i..- wolves, ci.us..qua.ally the
lys   starts   by   the   yelplug  of
I ��..Ives aa    tlu-y     fully   Intend    It
_   panics >.f all  kinds,  ln    military
Jh'ii-. during flras in UiMUtrea, aud In
P a instances are always ubsIb-
Tl an.l disasters occur entirely through
rent cowardice of the    human
M  In   lluiiiii-lal   matters.  The
tat financial  string  pullers   who  have
t |��i��.r i..  Imil or bear  the  marketB
Itln- world, which  they  do whenever
Jji .r.ir see the chance to rake In nill-
P-        lhe expense of iho tolling mas-
���ry dr.. when Chare Is no lire, cry
Bcaroe when these Is just    as
I'll money in existence us ever there
u   which arm  he proved by the rule
i thumb and   by  Btatlstlcs.     Hankers
J making tin- scare worse, they
t! depositors no higher rate of Inter-
lf!    "   the)  raise ths Interest on their
(ai.    ih.ry paralyse commerce anil in-
������ttlei rn one fell swoop by withdraw.
M credit* they  have enoO-T-gsd nier-
���anis and manufacturers to accept for
���"itiinat.. business enterprises.
Waa Oorernmenl snd   ths   horde   of
I*'"1" polltlclsns an. guilty  of crlm-
I negligence for taking no nctlon ln
*���'��� matters which  are of more vital
PI"1nance  to the   masses    than    any
J"'*' Questions of the dav.   Legislative
��� should be enacted making it
VPossble   Hi*   Bnanoiers   lo   paralyze
IiiairiMs ��i���, enoonrage their clients
kil 11 '"mls 'or b"*l|n<'Bli enterprises
J" then demand Immedlnte pavmcnl
\''n ,h'*>* know It Ib impossible to
J���1'-'- aro guilty of worse than a
if-rai crime, crushing and sbsolutsty
in* merchants who could under
'derate treatment pay two hundred
�� nn the  dollar.    I   do not say  ull
V ���,, ' have nn persons] cause tor
p-'l-'ulm. iii.,,!,,,,. w|,���i I buv cannot
ill,,,81',""' "; '"''"K promptsd by any
_....,'',"' p*Q-*- or aniniuH. inn many
IWWnt oases have ooms to light and
���"-��* uiii.piinK auoh   methods  should
.......,||     ;,���,,     I,,,},.,,,,,,,]     ,,y     ���-,,,     ,,,,���.
���r'.., ,""1 "'" -nerohsnts ami man-
���" ""���������rs     I,   |.;  air.,,  Uie   dillv  uf  the
inii'in l��� lake a i,llnd In the game.
mlli-it    , '""'''  "���*���"��   <!o  ���ll"1   thereby
"' '""    afteots    of    u threatened
LJ? s'"'"' nonsense to snv money Ib
lmiiiirv"7i"K '" "'''''-'levelopment of a
till .,,,,'i '" a "''!><-��� Hciul view  that
���rum,- a i"'"' ""���*',-vsis-    A country or a
loes  nni       L      00*"-*"8  "f  development
lu*,., i  il>    n""1   or    destroy   money.
Unas   ti     "mOtj the medium of ox-
���   .ii  ii'   """"'   -"���-ount   Is   In   exlst-
,.'.,"" ' "���"���    H may be diverted
lv-Hliii ,   la ,,;,,",m*1''. but It Is always
'<>i I     ,, ! K,"m* "lttco-    If <- Per-
ii iws  ���  inilliun     ,���  n,,voi(>|)    ���
�����" actum ���!' 1""1"'1'*'*. "fl one cent of
l**y h lu, ��m;y ron>��*M m that prop-
I Onds tt? I ch""K>-�� hands and qulck-
l��t it i�� i��� w"y back lo lho bankers,
���me. "" w''-* diminished In vol-
*_*��ume_tnth��! '"' 'om9 Kfo'tods for tho
l*"'Bta on I ir'n'"' -����'8*0[|msnt ex-
I'"*its ",",,','���th" msthods of tho an-
f'"*" "ii'.e,i '?' anii thu ���"��"*-������-
lr hlililcn ��� ��� ' '*' ******* was liuiied
1 "'-'n'y i�� nly* rho c,*y "f -Mortage
)'" I'"' i-IT nil "',',', '"���"''������������'ry than real.
E " ������mini-?, ? . . b" j,,l"t **��� disastrous
r-aldo s ln "��� P^o.   But why
V a -Igh sti. "er.'"" '" u '���""������try when
b�� "late of prosperity?    Money
like labor will be attracted wherever
It can earn Ilia. hlghoBt wages ���r rates
of Interest Why cannot lhe bankers of
I'anada pay a higher ralu of IntereBl
and -barge their clients lu proportion,
anil If they must tighten the purse
strings, let It be on speculative transactions, and not on legitimate Industries except In case of over production.
In ihe latter case It would have a very
salutary effect, If made general.
A glance at the chartered banks'
Statements to the Dominion Government from time prove that the bo-
called stringency does not exist In
fact, though It Is made to do so In
theory, and that really there is no Just
cause for uneasiness and certainly no
reaBou   for a   panic.
Quebec, Sept. 28.���A half Inch of
enow fell yesterday at Chambard on the
line of the Quebec and I.nki- St. John
Quebec, Sept. 28.���A warrant was
taken out In the admiralty court by the
owniTB of the steamer Carrlgan Head
uiralnst the steamer llnvarlan ln an action for collision, damages being laid
at Slll.nnn. The nctlon Is the outcome
of the Bavarian's, when she was floated
B few days ago. running Into ihe Carrlgan Head.
Quebec. Sept 28.���Another fatal accident to a hunter Is reported, the scene
of the latest fatality being Isle Aux
Coualres. In county Charlevoix. According to report received here the dead
body of a man named Vital Mallloux
waa found there yesterday. Mallloux
had bi'en hunting, nnd when his body
was found there was a shut wound ln
his side which It is supposed was caused
by ihe victim's own gun accidentally discharging, the bullet entering his side and
killing him Instantly.
Toronto. Sept. 28.���The conference
here between Grand Trunk officials and
representatives of their telegraphers
has adjourned without settlement. When
the next meeting will be held Is not yet
decided, but It Is understood that the
company haB offered the telegraphers
an advance of about ten per cent. This
proposition will be laid before the men
who will decide what the next move of
their committee will be. or IftheyBhould
accept the proposition of the company.
Southampton. Ont., Sept. 28 ���John
Donald. Sr., an old resident of thlB town,
wns killed yesterday at the fair grounds
by a horse bolting on the race track.
Montreal, 8ept. 28.���Albert Mahen,
conductor on Canadian Northern Quebec railway, will have to stand trial In
the court of the King's bench on the
charge of being drunk on his train.
Toronto, Sept. 28.���According to P.
W. Hodgetts, secretary of the Fruit
Growers' Association, there will be considerable export of Ontario apples to
the United States this year, tn Bplte of
the duty of 75 cents a barrel.
Appointments  to  Vaeanciss  on  Nelson
Police Force���Reinstatement of F.
A. Smith  as  Electrician.
Tho vacancies ln the city service have
all been filled. Three policemen were
appolntod by the police commissioners
last night at a sesBton delayed till the
arrival of the train from the main line
at Kevclstoke. and F. A. Brnlth was reappointed as city electrician this morning by the mayor, with tho expressed
approval of a majority of the aldermen.
The meeting was first postponed till
the evening to try to secure the attendance of Commissioner Irvine who Is
seriously Indisposed. When It was learned that he could not attend the mayor
and Aid. Annable decided to await the
arrival from IlevelBtoke of the two applicants whose testimonials seemed beet
to them. A personal Interview confirmed the good opinions already formed
and the meeting was brief, lasting only
long enough for Aid. Annable to write
four resolutions and the mayor to declare them carried. The resolutions Involved tho acceptance of the resignations of Chief Pltchford and Sergeant
Wightman, the appointment of P. O.
Carroll as chief at ��110 a month, of C.
t! Wheeler as sergeant at *100 a month
and of J. Kills as  patrolman at ��90 a
month. ...      ,,
P. O. Carrol, the new chief of police,
Is .17 years of age and married. He is
li feet IU Inches In height and weighs
225 pounds. Ho has hud fifteen years
experience as police office and detective
In Nova Scotia nnd New Brunswick, a
record that Includes many daring arrests of desperate criminals, and also
Bcveral noteworthy performances as a
detective. Ills flrat letter to the mayor
expressly stipulated that hiB application
was not to be considered unless Chief
Pltchford resigned voluntarily.
C G Wheeler Is ubout the same age,
stands'5 fast HV. inches and weighs
200 pounds. He has served ln the Royal
navy, and was for a time chief of police
ln Heidelberg, South Africa In command
of 120 men. He has eight medals, Including one for long Bervlce and good
...induct, and alBO the medal of the
Koyal  Humane Society for Bavlng life.
.1. H. Ellis was until lately a member
of the Nelson flre department.
Grand Duke of Baden Dead.
Constance, Grand Duchy of Baden
Sept 28 ���The Orand Duke Frederick of
ilailen died today of lntostlnal inflammation. He was unconscious for many
hours before his death.
R. L. Borden Will Address Electors of Nelson Tonight on the National
Issues-Advocate of Clean Elections and Honest and.
Efficient Administration.
At 8.30 tonight. Dr. W. O. Rose, second
vice-president of the Liberal Conservative aasoclatlon of Nelson, will take the
chair at the meeting In the opera house.
He will have with him on the platform
the greatest number of distinguished
speak..rs who have ever addressed a
Nelson gathering: R. !_ Borden, the
party chieftain; Hon. R. McBride.
premier of British Columbia; J. G. 11.
Bergeron, Conservative leader ln Quebec, and Dr. J. W. Reld. of Prescott, one
of the prominent conservative members
from Ontario. R. F. Green. ex-eomralB-
sloner of lands and workB, W. Hunter,
M. L. A., of Slocan. N. F. MacKay.
M. L A., of Kaslo, J. H. Schofleld.
M. L. A., of Trail, and tha members of
the executive committee of the local association will also be on the platform.
The party will arrive at the C. P. R.
station at 8 o'clock. The C. P. R. train
left Revelstoke on time this morning,
the  party left  the steamer  at Nakusp
Improvement of postal service and establishment of rural mall delivery.
A tariff to reasonably protect home
Mutual preferential trade within the
Restoring to Alberta and Saskatchewan their public lands.
leaving the provinces their rights unimpaired.
While It may be presumed that Mr.
Borden will present his whole policy.
It Is not unlikely that he will specially
emphasise the questions whlcb most Interest British Columbian, today: Oriental Immigration, Better Terms and the
failure of the government to carry out
Its pledge to secure Immediate construe
tlon of the Grand Trunk Pacific ln British Columbia.
The following are extracta from Mr.
Borden's speech delivered in Vancouver:
"Looking back st tbe elections of 1904
the people of British Columbia must
realize how grossly they were deceived.
Do you recall the campaign pledges that
the construction of the Grand Trunk
Pacific  would   begin simultaneously  in
trol of construction, of rates and of
management which cannot be obtained
under the present contract. It would
have retained the profits, of the undertaking for the people. The road is to
be built out of the subsidies and out of
the bond issue whereof the greater part
Is guaranteed by Canada. The anticipated profits of the enterprise are represented by fifty million dollars of common stock. When our proposal to build
the road as a state enterprise was rejected we moved that one-half or at
least some portion of the common stock
should be transferred to and vested in
the state as compensation for the enormous aid given by the people towards
the construction of the road. Our proposal was fair, reasonable and entirely
In the Interests of the country. It was
voted down by the usual government
majority without even the semblance of
reason. You have been deceived into
ratifying an enormous and unreasonable contract which contains no effective safeguard of your Interests. That
contract once ratified must be fairly
snd honorsbly    carried    out, whatever
and are coming to the city by special
trains and steamers over the Slocan
Lake route.
They will be met at the train by many
members of the party and any other cltl-
sens who wish to join ln welcoming s
great Canadian. A procession of car
rlages will be formed, headed by the
city band. The opera houBe Is tastefully and appropriately decorated. A
special invitation is extended to the
ladles and sufficient seats will be reserved for them.
The order of speeches will be arranged as the leaders determine; the.principal addresses will presumably be made
by Mr. Borden and Mr. McBride.
Ths  Platform.
Better laws for securing purity of
Appointments to the civil service by
competitive examinations.
Improvement of the senate.
Better care ln selecting immigrants.
Administration of the public domain
ln the public Interest.
Management of government railways
by an Independent commission.
Development of waterways and national porta.
Control by commission of public tit II
Purchase and government operation
of telegraph and telephone lines.
the east aud on the Pacific coast? De
you remember that your support was
obtained by such promises made without any Intention of fulfillment? How
outrageously these pledges have been
broken you have learned and realized
during the past three years. But many
of you were deceived not only by this
promise but as to the actual question
at Issue. From the Liberal press and
Liberal speakers the cry went up Incessantly that 1 and my colleagues opposed the construction of a second tra as-
continental railway No more unfounded assertion could be made. The alternative scheme which we proposed In
1903 provided for the extension of *ue
Canadian Northern as well as of ihe
Grand Trunk Pacific to the ports of
British Columbia.
"in 1904 when the government modified Ita scheme, we declared for the Im
mediate construction of the whole on-
torprlse as a state undertaking to bj
owned and controlled by the people of
Canada for all time to come. Cannrla
Ib supplying today about nine-tenths ot
the cash and credit necessary for the
building of the Qrand Trunk Pacific. Wo
proposed that the country should go one
step further and supply the other tenth.
The proposal meant the Immediate construction of the road and a great national highway rrom the Atlantic to the
Pacific    it would have ensured a eon-
party may be in power; but you will
have at least the satisfaction of punishing the men who deceived you	
"The financial relations between this
province and the Dominion have occu
pled my attention during recent years
on many occasions, and particularly ln
conferences with prominent members of
the Conservative party, who have taken a deep interest In that subject. Let.
me take this opportunity of congratu
latlng the province upon having at the
head of Its affairs a Prime Minister who
made on your behalf so splendid a fight
both at Ottawa and In London. Firmly
believing that this province should not
be bound as a consenting party to an
agreement the terms of which did not.
meet lis approval, he took the stroir.
and straightforward course of withdrawing from the conference at Ottawa.
Today I am not called upon to express
any opinion as to the merits of your
claim, other than that to which I gave
utterance   in   1904.
"Mr. Templeman has exultlngly declared that the question of better financial terms for British Columbia Is burled for the next ten years. That Is a
singular boast for a British Columbian.
Like many of that gentleman's declarations It lacks the merit of accuracy.
Three years ago I said that ln so far aa
aa the financial relations between the
province and the Dominion were con
cerned, there were conditions, which,
In the opinion of Its people called for
special attention and consideration.
T he claim Ib made that those conditions
are not only exceptional, but peculiar to
the situation and .physical character of
the province, and also that they are permanent In their nature. I said ln 1904,
and I now repeat, that In my opinion
those conditions are such as to demand
Immediate Inquiry to the end that any
Injustice fairly established, may be Immediately relieved. The Conservative
party, when it comes Into power at the
next election will grant that inquiry.
There may be a political burial In the
early future, but It will not be the burial of this great question."
Demonstr. '.ion  of  Confidence  Given   at
Public Meeting.
The citizens of Kaslo took advantage
of the presence of Hon. R. F. Green In
their city Thursday night and tendered
him a complimentary reception in the
form of a smoker, which was attended
by about 200 of his friends.
A. T. Garland presided and in a brief
fellcitloUB speech welcomed Mr. Green
whom he declared "all were glad to see
all the time."
Nell P. MacKay, M. L. A., followed
with a eulogy of his former chief.
Apologizing for introducing political
issues, he took occasion to assure his
hearers that the McBride government
and the Conservative party were absolutely committed to the policy of a
White Canada.
James Anderson. E. E. Chipman and
A. C. Jardlne added their tributes to the
praise of Mr. Green as a man, as a citizen and as an administrator. Their
praise waa applauded to the echo. Mr.
Jardlne declared himself a staunch Liberal but none the less a sincere admirer
and well-wisher of Mr. Gieen who had
dealt Impartially with political friends
and foes in bis administration of the
lands and works department.
Mr. Oreen who was affected by the
warm testimonials of esteem and regard, feelingly thanked his frienda for
their kindness. He said: "When I think
of the entirely kindly relations that
have always existed between so many of
my neighbors and myself, and which I
am thankful to say, ln Bplte cf political
differences still exist. I feel Bure that
you will understand my refraining from
political issues on an occasion like
this." Mr. Green spoke very happily
for a shoe, time assuring bis friends of
undiminished zeal for the welfare of
Kaslo and of his unfaltering gratitude
for.their kindness and confidence.
Children's Day.
Tomorrow Is Children's Day ln the
Presbyterian church of Canada. The
children are invited to attend at forenoon service In St. Paul's Presbyterian
church bringing gifts of flowers as well
as offerings for the church's Sabbath
School work. The Sabbath School will
not meet ln the afternoon.
Lumbermen's position
Refused Credit by Banks on Account of
Poverty���Prosecuted  for Making
Illegal  Profits.
Up to June an abundance of orders
were received from 'the Northweat Territories; the only serious drawbacks at
that time were the scarcity of labor and
tack of transportation facilities owing
to the Canadian Pacific being short o;
cars and motive power. Then came the
tightening of the purse strings by the
banks; the retailers held fair sized
stocks, but when it became impossible
for them to discount the farmers' paper,
business stopped like a clock with the
spring knocked out; orders held by the
mills were cancelled wholesale.
A month since all travellers were
taken off the road by the Mountain and
Coact mills. At that time many mills
closed down; now all have stopped operations with the exception of a few that
hold contracts for railway ties and timbers. Nearly every logging camp is
closed, and it is expected that no logging will be done this winter. At the
same time the stocks of lumber in the
interior of Hritish Columbia are not
much above tbe normal amount carried;
therefore with the total cessation of production a fall In prices Is not anticipated. The tightness of the money market
will have a salutary effec* ln maintaining prices by limiting production, and
cheap lumber cannot be expected until
it is made so by act of parliament. It
would not be surprising If the government charged the banks with criminal
conspiracy for acting In collusion with
the manufacturers to restrict the output
for the purpose of unduly enhancing
the price of lumber and for restraint cf
A peculiar feature of the lumber trade
Is the fact that retail dealers have to
ask for extensions of time and would
be on the verge of bankruptcy if compelled to pay up. And yet at the samo
t_m��i a wise grandmotherly government,
ts p'osecuttng the poor dealer for getting rich too quickly,���this paradox i;i
explained by the fact that the present
goverttnent wish to secure the farmer**:'
votes a*, any price.���The Canadian Lumberman
Card of Thanks.
Words and Acts of Liberal Members
Inconsistent   Co_d_ct   Ob Oriental
Question���General Political Talk
of the Capital.
The    annual    flower    Bervlce  of St.
Savlou's Sunday School will be held In
the church tomorrow afternoon nt 2.Sal.
All children of the congregation are Ir.-
I vited to attend and bring flowers.
Ottawa, Sept. 28.���Attention la called
to clause 3 In Mr. Borden's platform.
The Conservative party demands "mora
effective provisions to punish bribery
and fraud at elections, to ensure
thorough publicity as to expenditures
by political organizations to prevent
the accumulation of campaign funds for
corrupt purposes and to prohibit contributions thereto by corporations, cuntt actors and promoters, to expedite tbe hearing of election petitions and to prevent
collusive arrangements for the withdrawal or compromise thereof, to provide for a thorough Investigation of
corrupt practices and if necessary to appoint an Independent prosecuting officer
charged with tbat duty, to simplify the
procedure therefor and to enforce the
laws  so amended."
Mr. Templeman, who Joined witb nis
leader last January in carrying through
legislation authorizing Japanese immigration to this country, haa been denouncing Japanese Immigration. This
he did In a public meeting ln Victoria,
where such declarations seem to be
quite superfluous. If Mr. Templeman
had anti-Japanese work to do, Ottawa
was the place to prerorm it. A Minister who denounces In Victoria what
he promote* at Ottawa Is too various
to win respect for hla statements. It
Is also observed that tbe Congress of
labor organizations has passed a resolution asking tbe Canadian Government
to request tbe Imperial Government to
abrogate the Japanese treaty. As the
Japanes e consul at Ottawa explains
tbe treaty itself provides tbat neither
party can abrogate It for four years,
and this was known when tbe Government asked Parliament to include
Canada tn the provisions. Tbere are in
Parliament two members, Mr. Ralph
Smith and Mr. Vervllle, who class
themselves as labor representatives,
though Mr. Smith invariably votes with
the Government and Mr. Vervllle haa
not failed to do so for some time past.
Neither of these members had a word to
say against Japanese Immigration
when tbe Bill authorizing it was before
the House.
Sir Charles Ross, contractor for the
Ross rifle has been Interviewed and
declares that the rifle which he makes
won great successes ln recent competitions. As a matter of fact the Ross
rifle was not In the Palma competition though Canadian competitors
could have used It. It was used by
scarcely any members of the Dominion
Rifle Association in their matches,
though the competitors are nearly all
connected with the militia or the permanent corps of which the Ross rifle
is the authorised weapon. Evidently
there Is something radically wrong
with the judgment of the Canadian
shooting men, if Sir Charles Ross ts
right. The Militia Department and tbe
Mounted Police ought to explain next
session why thts western force Is still
left unarmed. If the Ross rifle is not
good enough tor them why Is it bought
tor the militia? If It Is good enough
why don't they have It?
Sir Charles Ross further states that
his factory is now In a position to produce 100 rifles per day and that the
output could be Increased to double that
number. Having said this much he
might have explained how It Is that he
has still on hand some 20,000 unfinished rifles on which the Government has
made advances of $18.75 each.
At bis recent rate ot delivery lt
would take three years for the contractor to deliver the rifles on which he haa
received three-quarters of the price.
The terms of the contract provides that
no advances shall be paid more than
one year before delivery, and some of
these advances for undelivered weapons
were made two years ago.
It was announced some time ago
that the appeal of the Supreme Court
In the Halifax election case would be
the first heard and that a decision
might be obtained In time to have the
trial over before the meeting of the
House would head lt off for ever, nut
lt Is now found that that case stands
at the foot of the list and will not soon
be reached. That is just wbere tbe
sitting Liberal Members, who have i.uc-
ceeded tn postponing the trial for three
years, desire it to be. They seem to
be assured of possession for another
session of the two seats to which It Is
claimed they never hml a right. Mcao
while   Mr.   Aylesworth   haa   made   an-
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The Daily Canadian
Clothing,    Gents9   Furnishings
and Boots and Shoes
Is begiuuitig to arrive.
Iu about another week we will be able to offer full lines
in these goods, and can promise you the best value ever offered in lhe city.
Iu the meantime it will pay you to await their   arrival
before purchasing elsewhere.
aud   burled   attar  hn
enviously  killed
���h-taiiy of 1S96.
At tills juncture Mr. Bordsn oomes
forward with a progrt-ni���a of reform
nnd cleansing. It is true that lt Is not all
new. civil Service Reform, Purity in
_lectlo_i and ���-ononiy unit Houi-st iu
National Administration, have been advocated before. But the record of tha1
Laurler Bwernmenl has shown the hoi-
lownesa of its pi___��� es; there Is no
reason ta. doubt the ���Inoority of Mr.
There are also expjT-l-lO-l of doubt
as"t0 Mr. Barderj's nblllty to carry ..rn
his programme, even to secure lis en-
donation by a party caucus. Sucb ex-
preaatoni uf tiRubt, it is signiOeant,
come altogether from Liberal sources.
Conservatives have received their lead
er's appeal wllh welcoming acclamation.
It is to the Intelligent and unbiassed
electorate that both parties musl appeal
It is universally admitted thai Mr.
Borden's aim and method are wholly
educational. He has never yet made
an appeal to passion or to religion,
racial, sectional or class prejudice
Every patriotic Canadian who is willing to exercise his franchise Intelligent.
ly and honestly as a freeman should,
owe. it to himself and to his country
to hear and consider well the Ideals set
before them by the leaders of both
parties. Mr. Borden will deliver bis
message ln person tonight an.l everj
voter In Nelson should attend and hear
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Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
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Our contemporary agrees with the
Asiatic Exclusion League that the utter
ances of Mr. Uorden and Mr. McHride
are unsatisfactory. Does he also agree
with the league that the proposal to
send a commissioner to Japan Is a
scheme to shelve the whole matter'.'
Mr. Uorden and 1'reniler McHride have
said definitely enough for anyone BO-
iiualnted with the English language thut
they favor restriction of Orientul Immigration as far as Canada's obligation.-
aud the highest Interests of the
tish   Empire  permit.
Saturday,  September   28.   1307.
The people of Nelson, some of them
for the first time, will have an opportunity tonight of listening to an exposition of the policy of the Conservative
party of Canada by its leader, Robert
Laird llorden.
Mr. IJorden's public career has not
been long but It has been u record of
rapid advaucement ln his party, and in
the esta-em and confidence of the conn
try. and lt has been entirely clean. He
had not beeu long In parliament when
the defeat of Sir Charles Tupper In
l&'iO and the retirement of that veteran
statesman from active political life, left
the Conservative party without a la-ail
er. It was the dark hour of the party
which has achi.-v.-d all that has yet
been achieved for Canada ln the direction of national unity und develoument.
Its old leaders were nearly all gone. Tin-
adoption of Its tariff policy by the Liberals left the country without any great
Issue. The government of the day was
fairly strong and btill commanded the
suppajrt of a majority of the electorate
The purpose the Conservative parly-
had Bet Itself in 1878 was achieved, the
men of 1878 were gone, and the enemy
were  reaping the fruit of their  labors
It was a small remnant or the greal
Conservative party that met ln Ottawa
at the beginning of the session of 1901
and chose Mr. Uorden as leader. Ai
first he was for a time like the king*
of feudal times, only 'primus Intel
pares.' The members of the party rec
ognlzed his official position, but to :.
great extant eaeh followed his own
bent. The leader's conquest of Ills pari,
was necessarily slow.
The attitude of the Conservative part..
of the Dominion during the ten year,
following ita defeat In 18'Jfl Is one o
-which no member or that party nee.'
ever be ashamed. It loyally accepted
the plain verdict of the country on the
Manitoba school question. It refrained
from any factious opposition or carping criticism while Sir Wilfrid Laurler
made his hopeless effort to fulfil the
promise of twenty years by securing
better trade relations with the American republic. And It gave ungrudged
support to all proposals for further
prosecution of the development of the
west begun by Sir John Macdonald. The
contrast between their attitude and that
of the Liberals during their period .if
opposition Is entirely creditable to the
Conservative  party.
The defeat In W04, the third In succession, seemed overwhelming but Mr.
Uorden rose superior to defeat. The
campaign of 11*04. although It Involved
a personal defeat for him, was the beginning of his rise. The absolute honesty, sincerity and purity of his conduct may have contributed to a temporary loas, but lt laid the foundation of
his present position ln the Intelligent
opinion of the nation.
Since 11*04, however, a great chantr.-
has come over the whole political Bltu-
ation of Canada, lt Is only very recently that the government has admitted
the absolute correctness of Mr. Horde_'���
estimate on the cost a,f the Grand Trunk
I'liellic railway. Hut during the whole
of that time there has been an unbroken
succession of disclosures of fraud and
corruption in the public service. The
revelations of the courts have shown
that deliberate systematic corruption
was employed to Becure the election of
Liberal candidates and that members of
the cabinet are In close touch with the
OTganlzers of corruption, so close Indeed that the worst offenders among
the latter can command the highest
positions  in  the  public  service.
During that time also the cabinet has
been rent and transformed by the disgrace of ministers. The choice of successors has shown a callousness as to
reputation and ability and consideration
only for usefulness In campaigns. Tho
civil service, even the bench, has been
degraded Into a party machine. The
whole country Is aware of this and the
awaken]ug of the national conidence
has been shown by the earnest protests
recorded by i-ellglous bodies of all denominations.
Bo desperate has Sir Wilfrid Laurler
felt lhe situation that, ln the All Red
Line project, he has resurrected a Conservative project which be scornfully or
"My conception is the true Hrltlsh
conception of the individuality of com
mutinies. Today Canada is a part ol
the Hritish Empire, boasting of its loyalty to the craiwn and has attained the
full rank of a nation. A nation with.
out any revolution, without any breaking of the old traditions and without
any Impairment of that loyalty to the
Hrltlsh Kinpire. which Is ever true to
every Canadian here."���Extract from
the speech of Sir Wilfrid Laurier at
the Manufacturers' Association banquet In Toronto last night. It Is a fair
sample of Sir Wilfrid's rhetoric, sonorous but utterly devoid of meaning.
Neither the paragraph as a whole nor
any part of It conveys one Intelligent
1.   E.  Users of  Electrical   Sad  Irons
The City Council haa fixed a flat rate
of 50 cents per month for each Electric
Iron used In private hoiiaes and $-..50
per month for each Klectric Iron used
for commercial   purposes,
And notice is hereby given to all
those using Electric Irons to make application at the City Hall tif they have-
not already done so) for power n-quired.
ANYONE found using Electric Irons
or other heating device without first
making application for power will he
prosecuted without further notice.
iiy Order, W.  E.  WASKON.
City Clerk.
Nelson, H. C��� Sept. 86th, 1907.
Kelson Land Dlatriot ttlstriot at West Kootenay
Take notloe that h. b. r. Inmh, i>i i rooter, B.
0., occupation lumberman, mi lulu t.* *yyiy tot
aspects! timber Hoone* oyoi tin- foiiowuiK *���**--
scribed ihii-I- :
No. l. rimiiiK'UriuK nt it pout plan'od near iho
northeast! oornerpoat ol Lot i-h. _tM3,ou Lemon
Creek and marten k. h P, Smyth southwest cor
nerpoet No i. theme _u chains north   more  oi
It--*- to hU."iI in)<tway o( the south Inoni ln*>  Inn-
oi Umber lloanoe No. ��2M, ihenoe *���*.��� chaini eait,
thenco-to chains ���ouU-Tthinoe ���*������ chaini east,
tbenoe 40 chaini south, thenoe BU ehaius west.
more or leaa to tin* loutbeaet oorner of afon iald
Lot No -ft-g, tha>ua iu .���.:., uorth, tbence-40
ohaini wost io tin- p��>uu or oommeue- mont
Dated **th July, Iv-jt. k. B. I'. *jiyth,
Henry Rolcberti Agent.
Nelaon Land District, District of Wesl Kootonaj
No. I
Take uottou that j, it. y Btewart, ol Colling
woo.i, om,, ooonpaUoa lumberman! li��_endi to
ai'i'l) tor aapaobil timber Licence over the following deaoribod landa*  Commeuclus atap sl
plan led about itft chat us t-ouih au.l 101 halM WOSt
of post No. ���_, inarkc-l J it F. Stewart's N B sol
to i post* thoaoi south 160 (-hai tin. ito loc went 40
chains, thonoa north UK* chains, tbence east 40
cbains to plaoa oj ennunenoement eon im mutt mo
acrei wore ur leu*.
July atith- iuu7. jame* k f Bnw-i-rr,
Nelson Land District   DUtrlotolWesi Kooh nap,
lake notice that Henry Kel'liirt ol NeUon.B.
C . prospect r, intends to apply for ������ ipeclal lift m*o to out ami i-Hiry away umber Irom the fol-
lowing -let--. 11bed lauds:
No *"> Comment-lug at a post pl-.ui.-d near tha
northeast corner pom ot li-nUi Lie- ie * t*0 ���J***-
and marked Henry Kvicht-rt uortbwesl OOmel
tHict    No    6, theuce   So   chain*   south, thenoe 80
matin* eaat, thence no chain* north, thenoe ho
ohalns west to pit.ee o( oonunencement.
Datod July -"Kith, 19U7.
No. 7 Commencing at s poit planted near the
northwest c 'rner pool ol tlmbei ll< ��� ni e No '.*."�����-*
and marked Uenry Ralcbert a. west corner poll
No 7. tbenoo leo chalua east, theoce -*' chains
north, theuee IGO chains west, thenoe 40 chains
south to poiut ol eommeucetnt-ui.
Datetl July JOtb, LOOT.
No. h. CommOllOtU st a post planted on Moim-
in.nt ereek about Toohatna more or laas from
where Monument creek empties into Lemon
(reck and marked Henry Relchi rl nnribeaatoor-
iicrpoit No h thence lt-o ciimiiN iouih, thenooOO
ohalns went, theuce UK)chains nortb. thenooOO
i tiriuiH east to place ot oommeneement*
Dated July Mtb, HW7.        Hsnk. Ukichbrt,
In the matter of sn suidlcatton tor the l-iui- of
s duplicate of  the ('rrtllleaU- Ol  Title fo
and the vest lialf of lot il, bh
ol Nelion.
Notice la hereby given that it in iny intention
to Issue at the expiration of one month after the
flnt publication hereof a duplicate ol the certificate of litis lor the above land*., In the name of
I.ydla Hhl-.pi--, which certificate In daud the .Int
day of December, PjuO, and uu inhered '."WI K.
"II   Y. MacLboIi."
Dlitrict MflatrOT,
��i'i:_;ia.i/i ii:�� aini) si
JUST   RECEIVED:.   A   Hlrli'llillil   lni   nf l.u.lli.r
skirts.   Very Uttesl cuts sod _t_U_*lsls,    ,\ hw.
vi-ry  Inla'sl   ral\l.-s nnil  shaili-H.     Wa-  llivll >   liiNp
i.in- pii.-a-i      All   DO"   i'. In lit  Iowa*ril   e_S_   |irl.'(
' Loni Oasts ud _s_dr*to Wssi
II lol nf Anii'i-li-iin I'uii, ri, [*__,
���lllllll    llf    .1111-    KliM-k     ,iH    Wl.||
Wc   Hfiv���.    IN.st It1i-ij_   ,��f
...11_��� ,-4t I, ,i.i.i.i���- Qusillty
.-.tt_>|Ti|_,-v|   'I ,, *
Nelson Laad Dlt-tsfot. District oi Weal Coot_m_ij
KoUOf la hereby given tbat 80 days after date
I intend to apply to the Chief Commlasloner ol
I_aiidn and WurltN for permission i-*<-ut snd
carry away timber from the folio" tn< dOBOrlbOd
So. I i'ommencing at �� posl innrkt**l II. A fl
N. W corner, *_uu chatnn ea>t .-J Ibe N E. Oornai
ul lot No H12, pout maiKcd -_..���*. N.K. corner,
ttience eaxl BO chalna, theuee mulh HO chain*,
thenee weit ho chains, them <- north Ml chains to
plat v ot commeuecment containing W" acres-
No 6 (.'otumenclng at tn. .** ���* corner ol II
.V B timber ciulin .So 1, theuce north to chalm,
theuce eait _Q chaini-, thenos rwuth N cnaina.
thenoe w-*at HU chalna to plaot nf .otnuiencwmeut
at location post No  6, cotitaitiiut; W" m roa
I. *J, gCB-OUU-tBOkli, Ix-cstor.
t��eo   Uutiruft, Ageut.
Dated July 8th. iyu7.
Kelson Land Diatrict. Dlatrlct of West Kootenav
lake notice shat Paul Aiit-uft I'aukst n, ol Kit
chener, U. C, occupation lumberman, intend*
to apply for a ���.-t-i :k, limt-er Iict-m-e over the fol
lowing described landa: iommeuciug ata poit
planted at the southwest corner of -..'.���;..��� jot
'.'Jl-it 1 thence soutii U> the northern boutidary
Ol   limber   licvnce ��No. "01��,   thence   west   to   the
northwest corner of aaid timber Uoeuoe. thonoa
nouth to the northeru botiudarv of lol BU, thciicc
following said boundary, of said lot WOSt to the
right of-way of tne nrm-ii i olumt.s s,iuthetn
Hallway, ttience following t-tld rlght-of way In a
north-easterly (UrOOtlOU to place of comtneiie-e-
ment, and coutstuiiig -*io acre-*, more or leas.
Datod Julv Bod, Um.   Paul Anonsi Pal-u-oi*.
Notice la hereby given that f*> day. alter datO I
intend to apply io to- Hon. ��� blal ��� ��� .: .,--i..m-r
oi i.nii.i- and worka lor parmtsslon to pnrchaao
the ftdlowing dcKcrlbed laudu, -situated in ���*. - - ���
Kootenay dlatrlct: i'ommencing at a poht marked by name aa initial poit of lhe .-multi Fork
branch, oue hundred feet from tbe Junction ol
i-oit creek with the south lork; theuee one*
..uarter mile to the northwest corner poal, theuce
oue mile to tlie uortheatt corner imt*l, tbence
oue-t-uarter mile to the loutlieant corner post,
theuce one mile to the place of couimoueetiit-ut
*IUnoS7i ' '������ Located by Wu. i ..--���*������...; .
Nelaon Land iUstrlct.   Diatrict ol West Kootenay
Take uotice that   -M(��ore,   Kepple A-.o., of Oar-
laud, Penn , occupation  lumbermen,   lntenda to
apply lor a apectai timber  licence  over  the  lol-
lowing doaeribod lands:   Commebotng at n �����.-:
planu-t on Mo_('uiio creek, ou tbe weit aide ol
Arrow* lake, snd about oue hail mile weat of the
���outhweit cornerof limber limit No. 4877, thence
north NO chaina. theuce west HO ciialui, thence
-ni'-.i, to chaini, theuice eaat -wchaink to point of
eomineuceineui, and   coutainlug Wu acre*, mote
Datod l-jth. Juiy.iybT.    Moo-tr,a__tm_��4\Oo.
John ft.OAU.iMi Agent.
Take notice that M daya alter dale I Intend to
spply to lhe Hon. the Chief Coinmiaanmer of
1-anda ami Work., Victoria, Ior permltmion Ui
cut and carry away timber from the fallowing
deacribed laud, lu Weal Kootenay:
No. 1. CoiniueiH li.g at a pout planted at the
houthwest corner of limber lloetiae **-'-46, thence
west (W chalus. thence south HU chaina, theuce
eaat -��� etialiiB, theuce uorth to cbalua to place ol
(���.'into' if-in- nt
i-ated May gl, 1907,       J.T  Buboesh, I^>eator.
J  W. <joi.nrKM, Agent.
No. 2 Commencing al a poat ulsnted at the
loiilheasl corner ol aj-plicatlon ^u. 1, thence eaat
to onalna, tlicnce nortb gO chsini, thence west BO
chalua, thence south au chalui to place of cuin-
Dated May .11, 1W7.       J  T. Buboess, Locator,
J. W. l'olhvhk, Agent.
lake notice that John Koss, of Fernie, B. C,
hotel-keejH-r, Intends i���� spply for a apeclal timber Uoonoaovot the following dogprffnon landa:
1. Commune.ug   al a   DOet planted   In the   Din
Notice  li  hereby given   that  the underalgned
bava submitted to the I_tantenattt-OoTornor--ln-
COOnOtl a proposal under the provfittolis Ol lhe
"Kiveri and Htreaina Act," f(��r cle-ring and re-
inoviug obatrnotlona from Opal River and Meadow Creek, ln the Dlatrlct ol Went Kootenay. ami
fnr making   tbe same fit   for  rafting   and   driv
ing thereon i��>k*". timber- lumber, rafts*-ud craft*
and for erecting and maintaining booma tor
holding, sorting and delivering log-t and timber
brought down aaid creek and river, and for at
tootling boomi to the ihorool said creek and
river for laid purpoiei-
The Lands to be affeetod by laid work are:���
Lola Wl, BUT, 4B92. and auh Ion. 1, fl. 11.18, 14 and
16 ol Lot4M3, Qroup 1, Kootenay District.
Tbe lolls proposed to be charged sre iuch as
maybOfl-EOO bjrtbeJndgeol the County Court
of West Kootcuny.
Dated 31st July, I'-'V
Th* Ihteenationai. Lhuiirh A Mbrcantilk Co ,
tig   al a  post planted   in lh*
trlct ol Weat Kootenay. Nelion   Mining DlVUil
In ihe ii.ni i. r of an applleation for the (sane of
a duplicate Certificate ol Title for part (Wacn-a)
of Lot BuLGroupono. la tho District oi KooU-nay
Notice la herctiy given that It is my   Inf4-nllnu
to Issue at Uie explmtion of one month from ll
Jlrat publication fierce,f   -.duplicate  of   tt:
tlfloatf of 1 itle for tht' sbova lands ill thi. - -
oi Andrew Morrison, which Uortlfloata pf Title
la dated the bih  day   0| Man h, 1000, and   numbered MX.
Land   Keglatry (ifllce, Nelson, B. C.,Bepteiuber
mth, ii��u7.
"II   F. MacLbod,"
District Heglitrar.
on the north fork of the south lork ol Loot! re.-k,
about flvs inilus up creek from where two (oiks
meet and about six mllea north of the Interna
lloual Boundary Line and about twenty-eight
miles WOSt ��n* Kootenay Kiver, theuce oaat ho
chsins, tbence north to chains, thence wool BO
chalua to bank of said creek, tlieuce down stream
to place of comniunccmeut.
J. Boas, I*ocator,
?. Commencing at a pool planted al tlie southwest < orner of 1, Hush's No. 1 location, thence
westHO chains, thence north HO chains, ihence
east H0 (halua more or ..-���-������ to bank of said creek,
thence down stream to place of commencement,
j. ItoHM, Ixtcalor.
8. Commencing at a post plantetl at or near
the aoulhwest corner ol J. Boss's No. 1 location,
thenee weat ho chnins, thence south HO ohalna,
theuce east HO chains, nioreor less. tO salt! creek,
'henee up atream lu place of beginning
j, boss, Looator.
4. Commencing at a post planted st or mir
thO BOnthwaOt Oornor Ol J Boss's No. I location.
thence east ho onalna, theuce aoulh HO chains,
thence weal ho chains, more or less, to bauk nf
nald creek, thenco up stream to place of commencement. _
j, Boat., Locator,
6. Comntenclng ��l a posl planted about two
miles Minih of the south weat corner of J. Bos*-m
No. 1 loeatlou, on the north folk of the south
lork of L st creek, and ahout lour mllei up
stream. f*om where the two forks meet, thenee
cast ao chaini, thenc- north ho chaim, thanoe
west Hu chains, more or lesa, to bank of said
creek, tbence down stream to place of oommeneement.
J.  itO'--     1,'.(���(,',,t
6, Commencing at a post planted at.orne-tr,
thi southwest corner of J. Hotl's N�� *��� location,
on   Lott   crees,   thenee   weat 00 chaim,   thenoe
north 80 ohalna, tbanos BOOhaUK o**i, more or
less, to bunk ol said crock, theuce  down   stream
lo place ol commencement.
Located _.Mh June, 1M/7. J. Boss. Ijoe.ator.
Nelson Land Diitrtcl.   DlttllOt of W'cst Kooteuay.
Tako notice   lhat   UoorgO Aloxandor, ol  Kaslo,
B   0-,    lutenda   lo   apply    foi    a   IpOClal   tlintM-r
licence  over  the    lollowiug  deacrlbed   tanoa:
Commencing tit n DOOt   planted at tht rthWOat
corner of Section IS, owmhlp?, Kooteos| district,   being   about   one-third   of a in lie MOth  of
the south boundary line ot tin* Indian roeorvoi
thanoa louth ai-*��ut to chains to ihoeaitorly
bank of Kootonaj* river; thenoa soutboaatorlf
along Kootena* river bank *> oui iio I'Urtius to
the soulli t-onudarv of Sec ion 1% r.iwn��hlp 7;
thanoo aaatarir about w en��in- t" the northwest
oorner ol i*ti mi -, thanoe north'tfOcbalm aiotsg
the wesl boundary ol i-��d si-*; thanoo we-iw
chalua t. Mo point of nommattoomont- and containing B40 aire-, more or less
Datod Julv 4. iwj. '.som.s AijtzANnaa.
Nelr-ou  land DK'.Mct.   t'iatrt' t of A'c-t Kootenay.
Take notbe tha,   llviti   \)<-< lei and   Kisser, ol
Fcnip , It 0.t Clark, tnta  di loappiy Ior a Bpeual
Uoenco over the following d. �� r.bed landi:
'Commencing at   a    po��t    planted   alauit seven
miles we->t of ihe Kootonaj n >< *. aod abont one
mile north of the in it.nail nni '.oundary tine,
and about one and aqitartoi north as iterfy f rom
the oorth*naat eorai t ol ttniber Hi ��� n e No. wm,
theme smith ft1***  Lbains,   th lUCe   w   n: to  t hulns,
thanea north 80 chaina. than asttn chains to
point   of   commencement,   aud   containing   &'-0
aoroa, mora or leas.
Looatad 12th-of June-UOT.
Kvai-i *-'' * Pkaseb.
Dated ihlsHth of July, ItkTT.
Take notice that C. C. Clark, ot NeUon, B. C,
saloon keeper, tritcu.ls to spply for a Ipeota] timber lie nr. over tlu* following daaeriDOd land:
Corn in cue lug at a poat planted on Mom I iik
Mountain, atiout TOO mile w -at of Snip Her creel,
and a.ijoiuing C. C Clark's location for tlmlx-r
licence No 1, aud about one mile south of Nelson, thence west HU chaius, thenee south HO
chains, them-e eaat HO chains, thenc. uorth ho
chains lo pluoe of beginning.
Date.l July 16th. 190, C    0. Ci.aks,
Davh- Booth. Agent
Nelson Land lustriet.   District ot WOBt Ko->lenay.
Take notice that I. H. F. Wallact*. of farala.
B t .. hotal-kOOpar, intend loappiy for a spevlal
limber licence over the following daoortbad
1 (oinuienelng at a poat planted abOOt lour
miles went of the Ki���..*.������ uny   river   au.l   oue   mile
north of tiie international boundary Una, thonoa
aouth ho ohalna, thanoe aaal ho chains, thence
north HU  chains,   thence   west   So  chains   to   the
potnt   of  commencement, coutaluiug olo  acrea,
more or less.
Dated July'-3rd, 1907,
2. Commencing at a po-t planted at the northwest corner of location No 1, thoaoa south nu
chains, ihence west Wl chsins. thenc* north hu
ohalttB, thence east Nl chains to the point of
commencement, containing Cto acrei-, more or
I��atcd July '.3rd, 1907.
3. Commencing at a poat plsnn-d at north
west cornerof location No. it, thence north Ho
chalna, them-e w. .; -*-.! cnains, theuce south HU
chains, thence earn HO chalus tn the point ol
commencement, containing Mo acres, more or
Datad July sard. 1907.
4. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of No. 1 li.eaiion, llit-nc.* north tt
chalus, theure east HO chains, thenee south ho
cbaina, theuce  wist HO chains t o  the  point  of
'* tm-tio'tiii'iit, containing   '���.'���  acres,   more  or
Datad 'uly iird, 1**07
b. Commencing al a post plsnt-nl about IWO
miles north aud * . i..,.- east ol the northwaat
ctirner of P-cation r��o. I. ihence south ho chains,
thence east Ho chalua, theuce north ho chains.
ihence weat BO chains to the point of 0001X00*000-
ui. nt, ciititHlniug f-io acrea, more or less.
Dated July xitrd, 1907.
6. Commencing at a post planted at northwest corner ol location N��i b, tbence south HO
chaina, thenc** west HO chains, thenre north HO
chains, ihent-e east HO chalna lo the point oi con*
menootnont, containing tiw acres more or lata.
Dated July BM, 1907.
7. ('ommenclng st a poat planted at tiie north
west coruer of location Mo. 9, thanoe north HO
cnaina, thence westHO chalua, tbence south HO
chaim, thence east hu chains to the poiut of commencement* containing 6*40 acres more or less.
Dated July Bird, wot.
8. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of location No.fi. thenc- north ho
Chains, Iheuce east HO chains, theuce south Ml
chaius, thence west hu chalna lo the point of com-
mencemeni, conlainlng t-40 acrea more or less.
Dated July Bgrd, 1807.
V. Commencing at a post pinntci at-out 2
miles west of the northwest corner of location
No b, thence aouth Ho chalus, theme east HO
chains, thence uorth Ho chalna, thence west HO
chains to the point of commencement, and con
tainlng64D acres more or less.
Dated July Mth, 1907.
10. (Joinmenclng at a post planted at the
northwest corner of loc.-tlon No. 9, thence noilh
HO t hnlus, thence east HO chaius, theme sooth BO
chains, theme west HO chalus to the |>oliil ot
cnmincm ement, containing MO acres., more or
leas. -
Dated July _Mth.  UOf.
11 Commencing at a post planted si-out I
'-��� miles weal of the northwest corner of location
No 9 ami about U mile south thereof, thence
south ho chatua, inntice esit so chains, thenoe
north HO ehalna, thence west *> chains to 'he
fKd.u nf uoramencemeut, containing 040 acres,
morn or less.
Dated July 24th, 1907.
1*. Commencing at a poat plsnted nt the north
WOat Oomer of location No ll, thence north HO
chains, thenee east Ho chains, thence -.outh Ho
ehnina. thenee went HO chains to the ;��� :-��� of
commencement,  containing fllU  acres,  nioreor
Dated July '-Mill, 1907.
IH. Commencing ula poat planted nl lhe northwest corner of location No 11, ihence north hu
chains, thenea treat SO chains, thence south ho
chains, thence east to chains to thn-point of
commencement, containing  tilO acres,  more  or
Daled July 24th. 1907
14. ('ommenclng at a post, planted at lhe northwest corner of location No. ll, thence south BO
chains, thence west Ho chains, thenco north SO
Ohalna,   tha&OO   eaat  HO  chalna   lo  the   point  of
mineuceinent,  coutaluiug 0-io acres,  inure i r
Nelson Land District.   District ol Waat Kootenay
Ink.- notice that Moore. K.-npLe .**. To , of liar-
land, I'eun ,   occupation   lumtM-ruieii,   Intend lo
apply lor a special   tlml-er  Iwonoe  over the   foi-
icwiiig daaonbad lands:   Oonunonolng atapost
planted on Most|uito rreek, ID the west side o!
Arrow lake, and al-out one hall mile west, of the
southwest corner of timber limit No. 4HT.. tbanoa
aonth BO 'halns. thenre west HO chains, (hence
DOrth HO chains, theme east no chains to point of
. nm mencement, and cm minim. i,|o hi res more
or leas
Date.1 lftth July. Wl      Momri, Kiri-I.l A Co
���Ions K. Calkins, Ageui
ii ten ay
Time for ndvertlalng  extended by the Asaisluiit
Nelson Land Diatrict.   JMstrici ol West Koou-nay,
Take notice that Thoa. K L. I-ognn. ol Bon
ner's Ferry. OOOOpatlOO painter illlcnda to apply
loraapcirtl ttmbOl lleanoo over thi- lollowlng
descrllH-.l lands:    Commeiiclug al �� post planted
on the sonth side pi Boundary creek, aimui iu
miles west of the Kootensy itvur, thence wesl ho
chains,   thonce   smith   80 chsins.   thenco  ensl HO
ohaloii tbenoe north to ohaini i" the polntof
cemmenewmeut, and coutaluiug 140 acres,  more
U0tm%\ July Uh. 1907, TH0MA1 K. L. LOOAM.
Datad July 24th, 1907.
lft. Commencing at a poal planted about two
miles north of northweat cornerof location of No,
11, thence south H chnins, tlicnce autBB chalna.
iheuce mirth H0chnln��, Ihenoe weat HO cliaina
lo the point nf commencement, containing MO
acres, more or loas.
Dated July 2-lth,19o7.
16, Commencing nt a post planied at the northwest corner of location No. lb, thenco north Ho
chains, thence east Ht) chnins, thence south HO
chnins, thence weal HO chains In thu polut. of
commencement, containing filo acr.-s, moro or
Dated Juiy 24th, 1907-
17. ('ommenclng at a post planted nt the northwest corner of location No- !->. thenco north HO
Obaina, thenco west HO chnins, theti'-o aoulh HO
chains, theuce easl hu ciiaius to the polnl id
commencement, contain lug MO acres, more or
Dated July 24th, 1907.
18    Commencing   at   a    post   planted   at   lhe
northwtBt QOTOor of loca ion Nn ll-'thanoasonth
BO chains  Ihenoe wesl HO ciiaius, them ���< uorih to
chains, thence easl HO chains to the point of commencement, containing (HO acrea moreor less.
Dated July Mtb 1907 <-< K ���������-."-..������-��� i.-o-ior,
John Bin,,,i-., Ageut.
Kelson Land District.   Dlstrlctof Weat
Take notlOO that William Andrew Bosa, of
Kernle.H C. hotel keeper Intends to appiv for
a special timber licence over tha lollowlng dee*
Bribed lands: Continemlui at a post planted
nbout six mllei waat of the Kooteuay river, on
Corn croak, tn the District of w.-st Konu-tiay
and being about six miles north ol the inlei
UHti tnil boundary line, and situate al the
DOrtbeast oornat Of W-lltam Andrew Koss' No
3 limber claim, thence north   HU  chains,   thenee
west M chains, thanoa smith an .hains. thanea
east ho chalna, to the point of commencement
Local. ���', July JSrd. 19OT
Dated the -th of Aug   i:*vn
William Amiriw li-.--
Nel-i,n Land District.   District of West Kootenay
lake QOtlcO that 1. Evan Kras.r. of Kernle. B.C.,
clerk, intend to apply lor a tpanUu timlx-r license
over tba following daaoilbod lamia;
1. Commencing at a post planted at the N E
corner about IU miles norlh ol the luternatton-
al boundary   line ami atKjiil 11 miles   west ol lhe
Kootenaj   rlvor [abont one mile north ol ihe
uorih boundary of r 1. No toli) lbenee HO
chains aouth, tfntuce so chains west, lb one,* Ho
.hains north, thence HO chains east to the place
of tt-gintiln*..
Hated July gig*- 1907.
2. Commencing at a post plante-I st the N K
corner of liH-Htb.o No 1, thence south mo chains,
thenoa aaat BO chains, thence north mi ehains,
theuce not ho chaini to the place of   ��������� ���       r,-,^
Dated July ylst, 191*7.
:t ''ommenclng at a poat planted at the N K.
comar ol location No 1. them-e north Ho chains,
theuce east to chains, thence south ho chatua,
thence west Hi) chains to place of beglnnlng-
Dated July '.1st. ' ���  ���
l. Rom mooting at the N. K corner of location
No. 1. tbanee north w> chains, thence west HO
chain-, then." tooth BO '-balm, theuce cast M
Chain- tO the jlaie , f tiegiiitilng.
Datad July -)-t. i9ui.
b Coinmencing at a post planted nuo mile
nasi of the If. Y. corner of location No. 3. theme
south ni chains, ihence west ��> cbatna, thenc*
north B0 chalna, thence east HO chaini to the place
of beginning
Hated July '.'1st. 1907.
'1 rommannlog at a po*>t plante��l at lhe N. B.
eornernfloratl.nl -to.(k tbenoe aoulh HO chains,
thanoo aaat wj . nain*., tbenoo north au chains,
then   e west HO chains to llo- pla. >- of Ix-glutiing
Datad July list, t��o7.
7. Commeiiciiiir -ta post planle.1 at the N I
oornor of <>< .���<���-. No.A, tnanen north ho chains.
lOenoo   ��� ��u*l ���*> chains,   id, n  ������   -.mth   HO shalus,
thenc. waal ��Jcbaina to the plaoaol U*gintiing
Dan I Jui> Mat, iwo7
8. < 'mmeic !ng at a (MMI planted nt the N. K.
fiorttai 'fbKaioiNn i. then.e north BO chains,
thenc.-   west **-" chains,   theme south   to  chains,
thanoe eaat "" > <���������<��� to it"   place of t>egiiiniug.
Dated  ful*  2Ut. 1<><o7 -    Kka-ib, Locator.
J   MN   PaOWW, Agent.
Nelson Laud District.   District nl Wet-t Kootenay
Take notice that I. Klliabvth Kergusoii. of Nelson, British   CulMinbia. occupation   married woman, intend to apply for permission to purchase
tha bllowlng described land :   Cominenetng at a
post   planted 40 (hnlus west of the southeast corner of   notion  SB. Townshipgg.  Kootenay.  aud
marked ������_.. F.'��   N    K    corner," Ihence   west   Ho
.hains, thence   somh   40   chalua, thence  ensl ho
chains,   iheuce  north  40 chalna 10   the place  of
��� i.mmeiiceinent and  containing BO acres more
16th Juir, A. D, wn.   Kmzatetii rasm-urn.
by W. A. Calder, agent.
N-tlson l_and lUstr.cl. District ol Wesl Kootenay.
Take notice that I, David Q Kuril, of Nelson,
B. ��'., OOOOpatlOO inert bant, intend to apply for
Permission to purchase the following described
land, 'ommenclng at a posl planted at the
southwest corner of section JU, township 6y,
Kootenay, and marked "D-d. K.'iH. W. coruer,"
thence north HO chains, thence eaat 40 chalna,
thence -.nut-- ho chain*;, thence west 4o chains
to tlie point of commencement and containing
BBO OOTM more or less.
Uth July, 1907. Davih a  Ki-iTa,
W. A. ('aider, agent.
Take iioiiccj that!, Thomas Harry Wilson, in
tend to apply for pcrinlsslou lo porOhaOO the lollowlng described land | Conimcn. ing atapost
pi Hilled at the H K. oorner of lot 7 .'..W and tnark.-d
V i. corner, Ihence south Iu chains, ihence
w.-at lu chains, thenee south 10 chains, tlicnce
west 10 chains, thence south 10 chains, thence
weat 10 ehnina, thence south lu chains, thenee
west-10 chalna, thence nnrlh 40 chains, theme
saet-0 chain��� to point of mmmencemcin and
containing loo acre-*, more or less
Jnne7, Wl. Thomas iiknry Wilson,
William Aixu-z-i Mii.u, l gent
Nelson Land Dlatrlct. District ol West Kootenay
Take DoUOfl that I. John Lang, of Nelson, B. C,
OO upatlon mlnnt intend to apply Ior permission to purchase the following described lands:
''ommenclng nt a post planted at the N.K. of
tx>t0092, thanea east 80 chains, thanoo south JO
obaina, thanoo wont 80 chains, thonoa north 20
chains lo point of commencement, containing 10
aoroa. more or b-ss.
August _iui, 1907. John La nu.
Notice is hereby given lhat fiO days alter date, I
iHlcml to spply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permlaalon to purchaae
tbO following deaerilied land lu West Kootenay
district, 011 weal shore of Dower Arrow Lako,
Adjoin tug Lot No I91H, ou the south : Beginning
nt a post marked "Harry IfOLood'l N.K corner
noe l and - Inn led oil tho shore of Lower Arrow
Lake, ut Iho southeast ''..ni, , ���-(<->--- Kohlnud'a
i-l'-MH, theuce west 20 chains, Iheuce south JO
chains more or less to the north boundary uf B.
Full mo re's P. It., theuce **�� chnins east along the
said boundary to lake, thence north along the
lake shore BO chains, ntoro or leas to point of
May 2nd, UOT, j. n. tfoori,
Agent for Harry McLeod.
Nclatin Land District.   Dlatrlctof Wesl Kooleuay.
Tako notice that Qeorjta Bul us carter ofglrdar,
following   described
I tho north
occupation, brldgeinan, intends to apply for
mission  to pnruhaaa   the hdiowing  dei
land: (.inmmeti  ing at post planted u
west oorner Of b, Bom' applloatlon to purchase,
marked H. W., theuce north 40 chains, thence
east 40 chains, tlicnce aoulh BO chains lo A.
(urry's pre-emption, theuco west _o ehalna,
thence south 90 ehalna, thenco west Wl chalus to
Since of commencement eoutaining 19$ acrei
more or les-..
Dated July 18, 1907.       'Ii.nt.oi. Hurra Caht��r,
W. J. Hi ott, Agent.
I, the undersigned, after 00 days intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and worka to purchaae the lollowlng daeorlbad
land; Commencing at the N. fl. 1*. of Lot 7MB
�����, I., thenc.* weat 10 chains, thonce north BO
-ha ns, thence east 4tt ehaina, thonce aoulh BO
chslna to poiut of OOmmonoamont, containing 80
acrea more or less. ���
Locale    Maruh "iHlb, 1W7 W. A. St I lis.
Nelson Und District.   District n| Weit flrR
Tase  notice thst   I, i   ���>.... SMll��� .""M''
Burton city, u c , ooouMtion f��-����� ,Utf- * '
apply for MrmtMloo topureh^JIl"1*^
described land Cnmra-Tiieius"* ,,L^H
about flve mllea northwest fr,",n tP^KW
Mos.iullo creek sndiiiark"| < �� i " *:r"'
corner,11 ihence south so.tism., tli'/^'l'".^
chains,   thenre north so chains   u ,-,...   mt
a-_SItf -"'"" ���" ""-"a^uZSi
Hept. 7111. 1W7.              (.'H.ILI, g,w,r u<11
N.-l.a.n l*...l IM.lrl.-l    l.lslnrt���nv���u"    -
All.ll.   M.-IJUl, (.i H-.|__
.k<ii|���1|���m || ���-,���,���. ||,|,.���,|, ,���,,'����
... a.... .__ .rs..
'I'Mk... ri-.ti,. th,
Tililssti.ll In i.iir.'li
1-.TI111S.1..II In |..|r. I,-,,- ,(,,. , ,.,     jmm
���.���'"i" ..:','."','";'" :""..*' * ��m p-"w ��_
It. Yt    oornar  I.   1     M,,rrr  , riErh ..'J*. .
V��ll,.jr, lli.-ii.-.-  nurtli   forty  (*.) rb.is. lai I
...st   (ony  (��) rla.ln .������. ������,h   .,..,**" j
.lis Hi.. Ilia-in��� wesl (airly (���) .|i,1n, t��� .   .*) I
'���"iiii'i.-i infnt.   nn.l .-..nislrnnir a.nehVS5l
*n.| slit, (1-iai) ��rra��. main, or less '
l>Hta..l Ha-ptarnU-r Jn<1. I9U7.      -sra.r�� M.-Jr..   i
.,H',7.,'.1V;.*'"*r   ''*'-' ll't-lllta..|r.,-   _
Boo   ' bt���f a aa.iimi..���������., ���| |_M  ,'i',..r
_*rll-a-.| land, sltu.u-.l in ,*,. Wr.t Ko.,r,,���r
irl.-t:    (l.mn.c.i.-li.|t  at   a   |��l pluw ,iS '
w,-.t  .1.1. ol K.Kitensr lass. ���*,, ri,,_!J:
1-..1IU, and  martt.,1 J. Ma-Kionon. s LlS��
p.��t.   Ilirnre  M  HI  rhalo..  ih.nr, ^.271
. halns. thena** east BU.-hslas mors or l_,ia_, !
.haare. Ilieni* along lake ilioa, la, polnl.[__ i
Dated April t, ll��n. Hlin-I J MrKm.
Nelsaati I���Ii-l II|Biri.-t.   Jllslrtt-tol Weal-.'...I���y
Take   notice  thai  E.lw.r.l Kraarr. a,| ��."__'
Ma.nlalia.   U. H   A .  aaa-a-air_tl..o  *...! bnw >
l.-II'ls to  apt.l)-   f..r   .M-ri!ll..ll.!l   1���  pl;.���._.'.,,
lollowlng   ale��-rll.e.[  land      I ..mrr'-rr-iM a.
po.t pla.iu.-al nn  th.- w.-.t .boraol Lj-trrsi.
.ban (a aril...... lake, str.l st the a.uihaur.ao.
a.l I_n l|l*��. IJsa.nee wesl 31 i-h,ln,, Itanart
KI ehalns. thghr -a.l jn. ham.. tbrBe,Kii||
i-hsliis. tha-naVf-aa' .1 rhalns.mor.erl^.aj^
west shore ol T'pi.T Wh.l.h.n (c.rl'o.ll_t
th.-nee northerlT an.l waalerl, aln_g Um_3
ahore HO chain*, more or leaa., hi l-arm,'���a.
i.ia-rr. emeiil.   and   lauitathlnf 5JI .rrts.a*..
May TVth. 19OT. Ina.ro rum.
nr  iM-rn
. rl(.-.|
Hltty days after dale 1 tnlenil lu �����;.,-,.
Hon chief .'..mmlsslouer nf Undaurlfa.
. irehaee llM I..:ia,*lMa>
land in We.t K.--r. r..y '...������ -. >��� ���
men.Ing at a |Ks.t laarkeal At' . . -a.;
noruer pant, ratnulng .--:-:.-������ ..j
lhe Uaiinal.ry ol Tlmher ll.-t-nir Nn *. Urta.
southerly Ml ehaln,. thenre we.l,r!ft__
theua-e northerly -4. ehaln. .lone ta.rM
track to lhe place aaf. atm-nenri.-n.nl,o__f
Iwa. r, . ,-r. ��� 1 aa-res, more or leas.
I...I-.I thi. 'Jin alay ol May. i ar
A .'. Hi ., 'jr_t
Nnlla-e Is nerehy given th.t and.pi-a-sl
lnu.ii.I loappiy to the Honors!,!.- the.'kaf�����-
mlsstoner or lands and Works f.r >n_a
to [Mir.-haae Ihe following desa-rloril i-sl-l���.
In West K.M.U-llay .llstrlet' Com ma VT-J i I
paist plaul'.l at the weat honmlsry elUskl-
and aba.nl 10 chains south a.l Ibea.ulli lanskT
a.l tbe right rl way i.f II.. fl . s. .rioru-
way. and markeat p. A 1". khi'Ii's*! iw��
tha-n.-e wesl Ii.ia-hatns. IIn-n.-e iii.uli r-.IktrMB
l��..iii.|ary of the rrgbi-aif way ail ll r.i---i_J
rallway, thetice followll.e -"'J La.unl.rT***
right aaf-way In an �����s'.-rl- riertles laairewr.
ha.nii.lary of Ia.i _-(JI 11k i��a_ soutb lop-..
c.iiiimeiieenielit. i-onlsinlns 100 sere.. ���-a*
Dated this Uth day of June. 1��".
Paul Aisnrl Paris.
Nelson  1*1.d  Hlslrl.t.   District a.l Wmtaagjd
Take li..ll.*e th.t Paul Augint I'.;.-���..";
chener. B. .: .  a>a-a-ii|.alloii  Iiirnl..-rm.ri. i��.��-
toapi.lt. for permission lo pur.hsst ui. .-���*
log   .le,,-ril.ed   lands.    C.mni.-i rim .1 �� I**
plalllclat   the eolith la.lin.larr of  th- i������
way   ol   the   British   Colnmhla ionlMr- **
way and als.ilt :�� chains wt-slerlr lra.mmh.-J
rVJa.li sal.! railway, thence .oulh Joch.lkl _���
a-a��l  e> chain,, th.-na-e south 'Jtl rhalM-l����J ]
eaat CO chains, thence north ui lb. "*���*"St .
ary of the right-of-way of thr Brllt'k lo.ar.ia
Ha.iithern    Hallway,  thenee wester Ir "l'-""
sal.I rlglil-olway to place aat a-ainimfneime-l.
D-ta- tills -Jud day of August. Iwa.
Psrt Ai-oirr l*1**^
��� i���[W��,tKotiie.��
���nnrm. olto*
Nelson l-n.l District,   lllslria
Tiaka- notice thai (iea.rge
Mootttna. 0 H. A., ooenpatlon, "'''"'"JS ;
tend, to apply lor permission U. pa-*"!��� I
following   .les.rlbe.1  land:    'ffSSni
l-.nl plmllled am   the   w.-sl  shore ol     .1*J ""
ll.ai, (i-arlboa.) lake, and a. lh. """;���*' "3
OlLOlHW, the.l.-e wesl �� chains. "'"���""J,
40 chnins. thenc .-..la*.. ���>>'"'������ th"Z^Si
chains to patlnl of a-a>iiitiiiiii-..mi'iil- *n'lru
ng Mo aa-res- more or less.
May ."irl.. UOT.
..I Kms-'-
N..|s..ill_n.lDlstrlcl.   I.l.lrl.l..l��'-*
T.ke liollce that Walter   Mi-Nell. J "��S
Molilalia. I'. H. A .."-. .ipsll n-rlii     >
loappiy for permission 1" l'"-',',;i"*'^Suing ,'le��� rll-ed Und : I IpmtnnclU ��� ���;'*. ,���,
..I on lhe west red I'I'Iht �� ha "���>' ',',=,,
h.-il*. .-   aaest   -al  a-halns.   III.
hen.-a- a-sst  211   challis, _.*"
mint   nf   a-aniim.-iu i-in.-iil.
.a-ra... more or l.rsa
May JVlh. l*n
,; .I..1I. *"��������*
0.t a-i.niaisl11. ���*
It.lll. ��t**r!-.
Hlxty  .lavs after dam I Aril, ir Al rn
ran.-btr. of Barton OUT. ""'���''''   ' K,ii. ire
trtilef trommlsslonera.l lam * ""_.     ,i���nllsl
lorla. II   0 , to pnriloase II..- I. > m ��''k.���,.m(il.
....... .,, om ... OH*.   Ol   111.Mo.i       a       .-.I
 ...-111, st
laiidssllu.il. east ol H'i""ll,���J���'; ",,n.rr.^
posl marked "A A B ��������''���',". "/���'" l.at
plant.-.1 at then aa corner 1.1 I ����� 'KM��
lull,ring norlh Bn-baliis.^tlicm J~J,.�����������
''"""���""���    AaTHtr.A B-��*__
place of o..lumen.
August 1st. 1'Jin
District i.l W
Ht liorllia-asi .���or.."-. "��� ���",-," ..a
mark,-.l-ll.t:-N. K OOrtM*. �����",
sal chains, thence ��'��If" ' """.'
Nol.ou laind Dlstrl.l. ��� . >IIM
Take notice thai Hug" ', ""I* ' ' ���,r,lf a.
Maullolm. tarma-r. in,"":1" . ���, ���,ai��'
|K-rmlss|..n lo purchase Ihu '"""" UBlBl .��
and: .'..nimenclng "l ".''moCiiIIIo ������"'���'
scva.n miles Irom Ibe i��mh�� ��   1,-siion .��J
" *-"l'r""��":l5��
inena-emcnt. containing Mf ",'S"-
Daled ���Kith day a.f A""l""'���,,,'oi'i��r,��-.
 _��� ���-_TTw7uTi��,l't''
Nel...n I-and District- Dlllrt-I ��'w <��_ .1
Take    notloe  ihat   "'"'.n-nil. �� '*S
Alton.,    Mtmltoha.  broke .   I"'�� .���, J*
for permission   to  I"1'1'    "',',,,,.I pl��"M
-rll.V.l land:   Hommeiii'Init "' " ,,���.,, .or,.1*".
'���'""'��'.!l'.".t.-.'".r".,**rd:���,."l tolB ��
'![* n"",,ll��� i'[���ui'i'l!-l"��
flvu mile. tr..
norlli all chain
-oruraol.a'um,..ll. '*>'"""V.'a'l"'.'.'"^-'"*        .a
Dalcl -Kill, day "I -"-11",,,'/,, FnWft
Wlj.l *���"'
Nelaou Land District   ttUUW'^^,
ol *
tl a- south,*'"--Vn,",',_ii,
chains to   plaa*e of  bug''1
acres nf land, more orli����(,l,I���..li'>
Dated Mrd Au-"J_iV1lo��A BunW"'-'" The Daily Canadian
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
he BACOIN 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*
uLand PUtri      DlatrtotoIWattKootaaaj
���   .,,   i ���������!. k  Bheran,  t.l   Nelson,
|.  ..;.'��� tor, intanol In apply
licence nvei tha foiiowlujr
i, I-     I omrai ii'Iuk at a post plahtcl
; cm| .,t lot U0S, Itellig I'atrtea
. ���,    y   corner  poal   ruunniK   "outh  ku
thence weet m ebalni, tbanoa north ho
eaat 80 ebaiaa to point of com-
��� : it, i"':.        I'athh. hiiirah,
1  -tn K Hthaso, AKeill.
not, Diatrlot of Waat Ksoolanay
i ,_. n itloe that   Petal  l.nn.l. nl
.- ii C , occupation lumberman. Intend*
!,,������ tspecial timber Uoanoa over  the
-.-.*    inii-1*-      ' oiumeiiclni*   at   a
,, ���, I at the no rth-easterly |x��i of h��t at".
itti  of timber licence No, 7018,
tialni, ihenoe aaat40 chains.
ebalni, thence west to chains
j meneamant, and aontainlng
Uolylotb, IM. 1'rran I.i'kh.
oUti.l M-trii t    District ot Wesl Kootensy
L     ��� U.-   notloe   Cial   I'eler Uind, of
atlon ��� ���'��������� '��������� ���man. inu-n<li
lol ���   -i";-il   timber   lleence   over   the
I '   landa;     Comtnen��'lna  at a
| > an eait   boundary   of lot ttii, lOO
l r lloenoe70U and 40 chains
I , ; wt claim No. 1. thanea north
n cbaina, thence aouth ao
��   -i -*i .halns   to   the   point   of   j
��� -tii! containing ��'*io acres, more
���ri July noth. vxn. Para u-Kb.
L Land I'iMri. t- Dlatriot of West Kno'etlav
���: No I : ..-. nottea that I'eter Lund, of
�����.t H <    oa i pat ton lumberman, lntandi
i bar Ui aaoa orar the foi-
< "linn. ikIiik At a post
I on auras* boundary of lot SU, no chains
*t  claim   No.*.,  thence
eaat   to  ehalna.   thenee
BcbilQi. thence west Nd chains  to  point
and  . oiitalulug  040 acres,
��� *���., IW7, 1'rraa UOO
[ra Y Taylor, elera. ol Arrow*
.C, inlen-l- to apply for a special licence
(tabu   from   tba   following   described
. n.  ������' .. ;-"t p'riutod 70 chaini
uteri]   directlnn   from   Cariboo
Ul . 1    lajrlor's, W. Parkins'   H   W.   I
' bounded on the louth  by T. L   Nn  7666.   ]
���i   l      *o  1912, thence  north W)
.   '    * ���   i hNlliH.   thelli v   -..uth W)
*   90 ebalna to now! oi com*
n/ M a post planted HO ehalns
li  uteri) direction from Cariboo
*"���   ��   Parklna*. IraF   Tavlor'i ti. w.
���*." I-oiiri.l.-.l   on  tha west bv T. I,  7(V77,
IraF. Tit I or'���   ano   W.   Parkins' T. L
;   I'  chalna,   thenee   east   IK)
��� -   th 40 ohalna, thence weit ion
"��������� *��� oi commenceman-	
tad District,   DlatrtOt ol Wt-il-Koolenay
- .��� hereby given thai to danaftaf dale _,
Bra    i.ner. ���>< Nelaon, b.c , Intend
��� H       Ihi  i hu-f  foiiimisfloner of
d <V<irks for a ��i>eelal licence U> cut and
k) timber from the (..How iiib deaortbed
*��-ed  on  summit  creek,  lu   the  West
No 10 Commenetnj- at a post planted ahout 20
rhalna more or leu iouih from the northwest corner of I ot no -M'* on main Lemon
creek aud maraod Henry Kelchtrt eut eorner
post no lu, thence 40 chiln> north more nr 1ms
to about midway of the south boundary line of
timber licence no k-tOA, thence UD ehalna weit,
thenee 40 chains louth, thence 160 chaini eaet
to point of commencement.
lo.i.  I July 27th, 1901
No. 11 Commencing at a poit planted on Monti-
ment creek, aboul 70 chami, mere or less, iouih
from where Monument creek, euptys Into Lemon ereek, aud near Henry Keichert northeast
corner pout of timber Ita-atlon No 8, and marked
"Henry k..���,.*,. ,* northwest corner poit No 11,"
thence 1A0 chalDH south, Ihence 40 chaini east,
Ihenee l��o chains north, theuce to chalui weat
10 the point o* commencement
Datad July _*7th. lato.
iii'vui  Kkii iiiar, Locator.
Nelson I-and District. District of Weit Koounay
Take notire that 1, Haruld N. Kdxecoiabe, of
Ferine, h *'., clerk, lnien>l to apply lor a epeclal
UmW-r licence over the following deacrlbed
2. Commencing at a post planted at tbe confluence of the north fork ef Corn creek about
two mllea from IU eotiHueuee with tbe Main
i n-ek theuce south 40 chains, ihence well MM
ehalns, thenre nortb 40 chains, thence eaat 160
chaini to the place of beginning, conlainlng 640
acres, more or leu.
Looatad Auguit nih. lixn
9. Comtncuclug at a post planted on the bank
of the north fork of Corn creek about two mllee
trom Its confluence wllh the Main creek, thenca
BOttth W chains, theuce weit 80 cbalm, thenre
north Ho chains, ihence eait 80 chaini to tbe
plaee of beginning, coutaluiug 640 acrea. more
or less.
Located August 17th, 1907.
3. CoramenclUK *t a post planted on tha bank
of the nortb fork of torn creek about four mllee
from lis confluence with the Malu creek, thence
���outh to chalm, ihence east 80 cbalm, thence
uorth 80 chaini.   theace  weet 80 chalui  to  tbe
lace of beginning, containing 640 acrei, more or
CI aaa
-mneneimt *i a poal market J P. H'b
���i:.ni-. Dortheaii corner )m>bi. tooatad on
r* oi B tmmit oreek aUmt two miles from
f -    :n :hk   -outh   mi   chillis,
^ninnliiK w.-i -o chain*, ihence   running
-���halm, thenee  west 40 chains,  thenoe
cnalai, thenoe  running aaat ao Obailia,
J U   I baina.   tbence eait -k)
I    I        ol ���"iim.iH'einent.
f       :i '���'������'��� in. Ol August. 1007.
Iohi p, Bwmnmna, i��caior.
I- - tn* agent Pan a McDonai.ii
V-'-'mnieiiriiiK at a poal marked J   I*. 8'l
��� -' corner i-ost. looatad on
f< oi Hoaunil creek, about two miles from
frawt, tbenoe running south ft) chain*,
yu nn ing �����( 10 ohattta,  theuce  running
-"-"���'*".in*.  ttiauei-  running   went 80 chalus
:   da* of AuriisI, I��07.
John p  Bwnnaiao, Ijocator.
per ii. m-.m pRim '���!. i*..v*i n.
t.   District of West Kootenay
f 'ebeatbai J. a.7,StavArt, ot Collins*
, "''upatlon   InmlH-rmati. intends  to
f      ���'���"���   " iiiuher   llteiieeover  the   fol-
l -'���'-    Commending at a post
*���*ui it ream aimut one inilo south
a ��iv, r pear the bead wrataxaoj Oran-
|k;,   niricl j    K. J"   Htewarl'l N. K.   Angle
mm north   lu chains, thence  west 4ti
j ��� ' MOthaOohatna, thence west an
I ��� i. nhalna, theuce east 80
Iff"*   '* "1 baina! iheuce west U
���-.    '  .' '*  ���������   '���"'���in    n  ,','M'nt, i- uitalnfng
no < ..j iVM.
I iAum r r htiwabt
��� ���*nd DUtHet, Dlatriot ol Wart Kootenay
1 '    I   It    K.   Htcwart, of  Colllng-
��� .,"1!""1"" luntbartnan. lntandi to
*; ""���- limber Uoanoa over the foi-
,    ; ���"' >>ndi;  Oommanelni at i poet
I,,.   ���    h   "Idem   a -mall   creek   due
��    ..,     ' "*lu  Meadow mine, about so
V  '.'���  '".inn,.     n.,.k   ,,.���,),,.,��� j. it  K.
10th   ��,���**' I'0"1' ll"'"'*'- ��'��t 20  rhalllS,
' w chalm, thenee weit'JO chains,
it      ��Cu_-lu*<  thence went 8 i ehalns,
ai�� ��� eintins. thenco aaat at) obaina,
uiiini,.! !."'"h "' Pi tot of oonuaanoa*
H'lli   ylr ,l,'ri'H "���*"���'' or lo*".
J ' J*��IS  It    K   SKRWARt.
I1;'";'1  :m.   MiHtrlelof\VcstKootena~y
STOllteSJ-, A��������.der  Olllaanla, ol
'""-     m      U\V U,'V^l>'   ""-H special
'"*-    user   the  following  described
'(tn0enoDMi?#a-M plMtad at the con-
��-C, iheii,.. ,, r , o(' nrn v�����* W-th the
ls' Ihatwa sVs-ma-a ia ',,u*1Ilfi- Mience wesl
'a In iti*. i,i l   , "Ebalna,   Iheuce   east
������ more or {aaa. '''^""""k. oontatnlng
ometfcSn l7th'*lW7*
,r,l' !nrk';,r1,'1 ]")H P-"tad 00 tha batik
,,,11|hi        l  t tin. ereek about four milea
"���hkini    ���7,* " llu  Mrtuoraak,thanoo
1-ii'iiuH     ' ,*' ww Wohalno, theuco
���"igliinin'ir   ,.,V.o' !'Vl f" ,'tl��"��" t" tho
,|a*i OOhtalnlhl MO  acres, more
,nl' '"rkol'l." V0"' \'';oMv,l on the bunk
'.���'���-������ rtiionre wi, ?_?**_. *.bOUI four  mllea
"''���I'is.  t ���  ,!S l,u* M-*-1" OfJMtki thence
a. ���''"���hi", i ,   ,    w_Mt *M-haliia. thence
���' -Wf-Utlnir   2SS��_ff!J ao ''luiitia   to  the
""����� ^OUlniOf tffMraa, moro
A'-��x*si,kr ��,!.,.�����,..��, 1x.oator.
{        A  "*�� Kerr, Agent.
t't:','1n:i;:",1I1"-'-"WeM Kootenay
___n^*TntH8n   ''""���''���-rt.of   Nelson.
K4twibaduSi*w^"mbw '����n -he
E,)^>hit',;'''',"H",itii. thai
lJu'-' -^, iiiintomilli;"0enieu
-.......,, .a  e,���   . nn i ii'-
���Ii. Ihence 80  chains
1-HAted Auguit 17th, 1907.
6. Coimneuclng at a jvost planted on the bana
tif the nonh fork of torn creek about 6 mllee
from its confluence with tbe Main creek, thence
north 40 chaini, thence eaat 1W ebalni, ihence
south 40 chalm, ihenoe west 160 chalne to the
place of beginning, con lain log 640 acrea, more
or leu,
Daled August 16lh, 190*7.
6. Commencing at a poit planted on the bank
of the north fork of Corn creek about ila milea
from its confluence wllh the Main creek, thence
south 80 chaim. thence eait 80 chalm. ttience
north 80 chalm, ihende weit to chalui to the
place of begiunlug. eoutaining 040 acrea, mure
or lets
Located AugUll 16th, 1907.
7. Commencing at a post planted on tbe bank
of the uorth fork of Corn creek about itx mllea
from Ita confluence with lhe Main creek, theuce
aonth 80 chains, ihence west 80 ehalm, thence
nnrth ho t-halns. thenee eaat 80 .hains to the
place of beginning, oonUlnlng 640 acrea, more
or leas
Donated Auguit 16lh, 1907.
H. N   -.DoBroMan. Locator.
A. Ha.-_.--tt, Ageut.
Nelson I-and District. Dlitrict of Weit Kootenay
Take notice thai we, Archibald Kremner and
Oaona Young, both of the city of Nelion. in ibe
i'rovluce of Hrlllih Columbia, lumbermen, I"--
tend tt> apply for special timber licenses over the
following deacrlbeu lands:
1 Commencing it a posl planted about 360
yards westerly from the juuctlon of the north
ami main forks of Uummlt creek, a creek flowlug
mi.. Knolenay river louth of lhe southern end of
Kootenay lake In the district of Weit Kootenay,
which Junction ii about 18 or '20 mllei from the
month of such creek, thence eoutb 40 chaim,
thenee ...si i��ocbalm, ihenoe north 40chalm,
thence went lou chaini to tbe polntof commencement and .nn tain ing 640 acrei more or leei.
Dated tbli Mh dav of Auguit, 1907.
2. Commencing at a post plant-ad about _-30
yards westerly from the main and nortb fork! of
Hummlt creek, a eroek (lowing into Kootenay
river aouth of the louthern end nf Kootenay lake
in the district of Weit Kootenay, thence south to
chalui. thence well 49 cbalm, ihence aouth 40
ehalm, thence west 40 cbalm, tbenoe north 80
chalm, ihenoe east 40 chalna, thence north 40
chalm, theuce east 40 chalm to the polnl of commencement and containing 6W acrei more or
I,., ctroaua Youaa.
Dated thii Mh day of Auguit, 1907.
:i Commencing at a posl planted abont 200 feet
north from the bank of the malu Hummlt creek,
an<l alaiut 2 mllei weaterly from the .unction of
the nortn fork and ihe main fork of iuch creek,
a creek flowing mto Koolenav river south of tbe
���outhern end of Kootenay lake lu tbe district of
Waal Kooleuay, thence ��outn 80 chalm. thence
east 80 chains ihence norlh 80 cbalm, thence
west 80 chalm to lhe [mint of commencement
and containing 840 acres more or leei
Dated thti Mh day of Auguit, 1907.
4 Commencing at a post planted about 2 mllei
up an unnamed creek flowing into Summit
.reek from the south at ano'it '22 mllei from the
mouth of BummIt creek which latter ii a creek
llowlng luto Kootenay river souih of the aouthern end of Kootenay lake In the diitrl-t of West
Kootenay, thenee north 80 chains, thenoe east 80
chalna, thence south 80 chain", thenc* west 80
chains to the polut ot commencement and con
laming 640 acre- more or low.   ^^ ^^
Dated thliMh day of Auguit, 19UT.
6 Commencing at a poit planted two mllei tin
au unnamed creek flowing Into Summit creek
from the south at aboul 22 mllei from the mouth
nf hummlt creek, which latter li a creek flowing
Into Kootenay river south of the ������-ulheru ��d
of kooleuay lake ln thu district of Weit Kootenav. th.-nee aouth ���� chalm, thenoe eait ���
chains, theuce north 80 chain", theuce west so
ehalns to the point of commencement and containing IVW acrei more or lew. -���-���.,���
Dated this Mh day of Auguit, 1907.
�� Commencing atapost planted about one
and a half mllei up tho uorth fork of fntmmlt
creek, a crock flowing into Kootenay rIver aoutb
of the southern end of Kootenay lako iu the die-
t'let of Weit Kootenay, thence east 80 chains,
theme sonth 40 chalm, thonce ea��t �� Ottauta-
thencc south 40 chains, thenco we.t to O&ainii
thanoo north 40 chains, thence weit 40 chains,
thence north 4<i chaini lo the point of commence
ment and Containing M0 acres monger laae.^
Pated this 8th day of Auguit, 1907.
7. Commencing at a post planted about one
mile and a hall up iho norlh fork of Summit
creek% creek flow'lug into Kontona*f river aoulh
of the southern cn<i of Kootenay lake. In the
district of West Kootenay, thence north ���Wchalni,
thence wost 40 chains, theuce northi 40ichains
thence east 80 chains, thenoe south 40 cha nr,
thanoo oasi40 chaini, thenco aonth 40 chains,
thahoe -vest 80 chalm to the point of commence-
incut and  containing 6-W acres, nt-ore or leaa.
Dated thi. 6th day Of ^"^n b.��h��.
Commencing at a noat   p��?^JiM*:{
nlle westerly from the north  fork
quarter ota mile weaterly irom in. wu - �������
((Summit creek, and about two mllei ami a
half up such north fork Irom 111, juncl m with
ttlpSiinorl-o^mri^m^i;Vna oonumm.��o
iicros, more or less
���res, DtOni or iet*s .���__?_���
SStti this ��th .lay ol A.i��u.l. JK-7^^ ymm
B.  Coramtmclni ��t ��� P"" pi*-**-  **>at ��
Chrlat'e   Summary    of    Dutiea   Toward
God and Fallowmon���Church Ser-
vlcaa Tomorrow.
Tomorrow will b�� the eighteenth
Sunday ufter Trinity. It will alno be
the Feotlval of 8t. Michael aud all
Angela. The only angelH mentioned hy
name In the canonical HrrlptureH are St.
Michael und Hi. Ciabrlel. In the Old
TcHtament 8t. Michael lu reprenented an
the guardian angel of the chonen race In
Hu struggleu agalnul the heathen na-
tlonu, the "leuuer breedu without the
law,,; ln the New Testament he lu the
warrior angel, the leader of the heavenly hont that fighta for the church
agalnat Its spiritual enemies. In fiction
he Is the archangel of Milton's epic, the
commander of the faithful in combat
with the rebel host.
The gospel for the eighteenth Sunday
after Trinity contains Christ's reply to
the Pharisees' question on the commandments ln which he summarlKes
the: "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God
with all thy heart, and with all thy soul,
and with al) thy mind, and thy nelgh-
bot as thyself."
The following sernces are announced
for tomorrow In the churches of Nel
Church of England���St. Saviour's,
comer Ward and Silica street
Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity, holy
communion, A a. tn.; morning prayer
and holy communion, 11 a. m.; Sunday
School, 2.30 p. m.; evensong, 7.30 p.m.
Rev. F. H. Graham, rector.
Roman Catholic���Church of Mary Immaculate, corner of Ward and Mill
streets: Low mass, 8 a. m.; high mass,
10:30 a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m
Rev. Father Althoff. priest.
Presbyterian church���St. Paul's, cor
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. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school, 2:39 p. m. Rev. R. N
Powell,   pastor.
Baptlat church���Stanley street, near
Mill: Morning aervice, 11 a. m.; even
Ing service, 7:30 p. m.: Sunday school,
3:30 p. m. Ror. E. H. Shanka. pastor.
Salvation Army���Ba Tract a on Victoria street, west of Josephine: Special services for tomorrow. Knee drill,
9 a. m.; holiness meeting, 11 a. m.; a
praise meeting at 3 p. m.; salvation
meeting at S p   ta.
Nelaon Laud I'titrict    Dlitrict of Waat Kootenar
Take not loo tbat  Henry  Keichert.  of Nelson.
H o , prospector. Intend to apply for a ipaclat
tlmb'-r   licence   over   tba   following     deierlbed
No. 1.���Commencing ata post plauted near H.
w, northweit corner poat. lot No. 700��, and
marked "ilenry Keichert louthweat corner
poet," thence 90 cbains north, thence SO chalm
eait, thenca SO cbaina aouth, tbence SO chains
west to the polut of commencement.
Dated Sepl. the JHUi, 1907.
Hbnky Rbichbst, I_orator.
Nelion Land Dlatiiet.   Dlitrict of Weat Kt-oteiiay
Take notice tbat Clyde E. McClure, ol BItsvlUe,
Wuh , occupation  barber, lntendi to apply (or
a apeclal timber licence over the following described landi: On tbe eaat side of Prleat river,
two and a half mllea north of the international
boundary Una:   Commencing at a poet plauted
two and a half mllei north ot  the international
boundary Una, tbence   eaat at) chalui, thence
aouth SO chains, thenoe weit SO chaini, tbence
north SO ebalni to the point ot oommenoement
and containing 640 acrea, more or leaa.
Dated Sept. Uth, 1W7.        Ciyhb K, McClitbb,
K. W. Smith, Agent.
Nelaon I_and Dlitrict. Dlatiiet of West Kootenay.
Tako notion that Jay Bovee. of Kitivllle, Waah ,
occupation butcher, lntendi to apply fnraipecial
timber licence over tbe following described
lands; on tbe east ilde of Irieit river: Commencing at a poit planted one and a ball mllei
nortn of International boundary line, them-e
eait 80 chalm, tbence aouth 80 cbaina, thence
west SO chalm, thence north 80 chaini to the
point of commencement, containing Sao acrei,
more or le��i.
Dated Sept. Uth, 1907. Jay Bovbb.
K. W.HaiTH, Agent.
Nalson Land Dlitrict.  DUtrlct of West Kootenay
Take notloe tha" Weiley Bovee. of  Rltivllle,
Wuh , occupation butcher, lntendi to apply for
a special timber licence over the following dca-
crlbed landi; on the eaat tide of I'rlest river:
commencing at a post planted one aud a half
mllei nortb of the international boundary line,
thence weit 80 chalm,  tbence louth  80  chaini,
tbeuee east 80 chalui, thence north SO cbalm to
potnt of oommeneement, containing MO acrei,
more or leas.
Dated Sept. 14th, 1907. Wbblbv Hovbb,
K. W.Bhith, Ageut
Nelaon Land District.  District of west Kootenay
Take notloe that Simon P. Sohiffel, of Nader,
Idaho, occupation lumberman, Intends to apply
for a special timber licence over the following
described landi; on the eait side of I'rleit river:
Commencing at a post plauted ou tbe east side
of Prleat river, two and a half mllei north of the
international boundary line,   thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chalui, thence south 80
chaini, theuoe westsoobatm to point of com*
mencement, containing 640 acrei*. more or leu.
Dated Sept 14th. 1907. tiiuou V. ScmrrBL,
K. w. smith, Agent.
uarter of amlle westerly from the nortb fork
of Summit creek and about three miles up such
north fork from Ita junction with the main Hum,
mil crock, a creek flowing into Kootenav river,
������outh of the southern end of Kootenay lake in
the district Wait Kootenay, thence west 80
chalm, thence north 80 ebalni, thence east so
chain, thenoe south 80 chaina to the point of
commencement, and containing 640 acrei, more
Dated this 6th day of Auguit, 1907.
Abchibald Bremnbk,
10. Commencing at a poit planted about a
i-uarter of a mile weiterly from tbe north fork
Of Summit creek and about three mllea up auch
north fork from Iti Juuctlon witb the main Sum*
mlt creek, a creek flowing Into Kootenay river,
aouth oi the louthern end of sootenay lake, in
the dlitrict of Weit Kootenay, thenoe went 40
chalna. thence aouth 160 chalui, thence east 40
chalm, thence north 160 ohaini to tbe point of
commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
U Dated th)i20th day of Auguit. 1907.
Abchibald Br-tmnks*
11 Commenclna at a poat planted about half a
mile eunt'Tlv from tho south fork of Hummlt
creek and about one mile soiih ol tbe main
Summit creek, a creek flowing Into Kootenay
river [-outh of the southern end of Kootenay lake
ln the dlitrict of Weit Kootenay, thence east SO
chalm, thence iouih SO chains, thence weit 80
chalm, tbence north SO chaini tn the point of
commencement and containing _*40 acres mora
or b-ll AKCIIIBAI.O Bbbnnbb.
Datad thla 21it day of Auguit, 1907,
The -Bare" Wear Only
would be enough to recommend our flne-
looklng and e-gy-fitting Shoes, but there
la a slyliBhn.-HH about them and a lasting shapeliness that Is making them
verjr popular among "men who know."
They are made on the newest lasts, of
the best leathers, and conform to the
most approved styles In men's footwear.
We are ready to Ot all feet, and at
prices that make Shoes look like a gift.
Activity on New Properties Limited to
Development���Quotations  on
Stock  Market.
There Is no change In the general
mining situation. The big companies
are shipping steadily, but the tn-wtrr
mines are confining their efforts almost
entirely to development work. The low
price of copper la a contributory cause
with the uncertainty as to coke supply
nnil consequently as to Bmelter operations.
The stock market for the past week
has contained no feature of special interest, prices remaining fairly firm
with  tradings  active.
Alberta Coal & Coke sold off slightly,
offerings being ln evidence at about ...M
.- ntw. Diamond Vale Coal alter its recent flurry also declined dropping to 26
cents per share, wllh but little business offered. Galbralth Coal showed
almost no change tradings being recorded at 27 cents. International Coal had
a slight advance during the last fe days,
bids being raised from 1 cent to 2
cents per share. Western Oil _- Coal
continues to weaken, large offering-
being made at about $1.15
li. C. Copper fluctuated from $5.75 to
*6.12M, with heavier buying manifested In this vicinity than ever before.
Dominion Copper was also ln great demand and sold from $3.00 to $3.37 "J,.
Consolidated Smelters weakened, selling down to about $110.00. Carlboo-
McKlnney also declined falling from H.
cents to 3V_ cents, with almost no buying. Rambler-Cariboo remained almost
stationary being offered at about 26
cents. Sullivan alsci remained about
tbe same, standing'about 8% to 9 cents.
Following are the approximate quota-
tlones for the week ending today:
Asked.      Old.
Alberta Coal & Coke $    .38V* 4      .36
5.37 V*
U. C. Copper       6.00
Breckenridge-Lund   .
Con.   Smelters   115.00
Can.   Gold   Fields...        .<��
Cariboo   McKlnney ..        .04 V*
Diamond    Vale 19
Dominion Copper ...      3.25
Granby        110.00
Galbralth Coal	
International Coal...
La Plata Mines	
Nicola Coal Mines..
North Star Mines...
Panhandle Smelter..
Rambler Cariboo	
Tel-s-wa   Mines	
White Bear	
.02 V*
.04  .
.08 V*
Th* Silver Grill haa opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The best 35 cent
meal In the city.
Id the matter of an application for the laiue of
duplicate! of the CertlncaUi of Title to lotill,
12 and 13, arouii 1, Weit Kootenay District, alio
known ai the "Kooteuay Chief," "Comfort" and
"Lulu" mineral claimi respectively.
Notice li hereby given that It li my Intention
to inue at the expiration of one mouth after the
fl rn publication hereof a duplicate of Certificate
of Title <*o. OOOla of an undivided 81-HAHhn in
each of the at-ove loti, lutied on tbe 17th day of
May, A I). 1886 in the name of John C. Ami worth,
and alio a duplicate of Certificate ol Title No.
oiwoa of an undivided 19-100thi In each of the
above loti, lnued on the 17th day of May, A. 1)
1886, lu the name of t'eorge J. Ainsworth.
Land Keg in try Office, Ntllou.B. C., AtivuitCth
���11. P. MacLeod,"
Dlitrlot Ketrtilrar
Certificate   of   Improvements
"Montn-al'' and -'Quebec" Mineral Claim iltu-
ato in tin* Nelion Mining Division, of Weat
Kooteuay Dlitrict.
Where located:-West branch of north fork of
Halmon river, on Craig Mountain, about nine
in 11 en from trie. B. C.
Take notice that I, Alfred *rneitcialiup��, Free
Mlner'i Certlllcate No. B6.9, Intend, ilxty dayi
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate 01 Improvements, for
the purpoi of obtaining Crown Urania of the
above ��lalms.
And further lake notice that notion, under
section 87. mimt be commenced before tbe .nuance of such Certlllcate of Improvements,
Datod this 12th day of September, 1907.
In tha Matter of    tho "Land    Registry
Act** and Amendment! thereto,
In the matter of an application lor the Issue of
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title ior Lni
2M1, 2WW, and 230��,   Uroiipl. Kootenay  DUtrlct.
Notice li hereby given that it is my Intention
to Issue at tho expiration nf one month from the
first publication hereof a duplicate Certificate ol
Title to the above described landi, in thenameof
James Roderick Robertson which Certificate la
dated the Oth dar of August, 1890, and ls number-id llOfi-k.
Land Rfglctry Office, Nelson, B.C., "tint of
Auguit, 1907. H. F. MacLEOl),
DUirlot ttac Utrar.
Tremont House
Bnropean and America.. Flan
Baals 28 eta.   Boomi from 26 uta. to O
Only White Help -employed.
atar dt.. Nelaon Propria ton
Moat comfortable quarters      Na-lson)
Only tbe best of Liquors and . lgars.
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renoY-ted and refurnished. Rooms SO cents upward. The
dining room ls unexcelled la the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. BRICK-ON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 260.   Opposite Court Houae
and Postofflce. Nelaon. B. O.
Queen's Hotel
B__.r Btr*et, Nelson. B. 0.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
-AT_8 a PU DAT
l_.nra and Comfortable Bedrooms and Flrst-
claasDlafng Room.   Sample Booms for Commer-
clal   Mas.
MBS. B. C.CLARKE.  Proprietress
Baftlett   House
QBO. W. BARTl_r_T.
Best DolUr-a-Day Honse in Nelson.
Tha Bar la tho Finest.
White Halp Only Kmployad.
Royal Hotel
Rates |1 and tl-B0 a Day.
Spec-��� Rates to Regular Boarders
__���.... pacific
Rates to
The Coast
Greatest Chance of ths Season.
See the Coast
at Its Best
WE8TMIN8TER   FAIR, OCT.   1   TO   5.
Return tickets $16.55.    On sale Sept.
27th to  Oct. 2nd.    Good  until   October   10th.
Tickets for Westminster Fair may be
destined Vancouver If desired.
23   to   OCT.   6.
Round trip only $8.80.    Tickets on sale
Dally Sept. 23 to Oct. 2, Inclusive.
For one day only, Sept. 30, Round Trip
for Single Fare, $6.60.  .Final limit
of all tickets Oct. 7th.
For further particulars call or write
A.G.P.A..VancouTer. D. P.A.. Nelson
Piano  and Singing; Lessons
Given by Mrs. Winter Every Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certificate from Trinity
College, London, Rng.. for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conservatoire of Music for singing and piano
playing. Address Box 796. Nalson.
Cranbrook Conservative Association
Under the auspices of the Cranbrook  Conservative   Association   wil  be   held
at the
New Opera House, Cranbrook, on Tuesday, 1st October,, 1907,
AT  THE   HOUR   OF  8  O'CLOCK,  P.   M.,     To    Welcome     the   . presence
amongst   us   of
Hon. Richard -VlcBride,
This great meeting will be addres sed by Mr. R. L. Borden, M. P., The
Premier and others.
All are cordially Invited to attend.    Specially  reserved  seats  for    ladles.
By order of the Kxecut.lv.;.
J08EPH RYAN, Secretary.
Fire, Accident, Life and Employers* Liability Insorance
Let us quote you rates in the best board companies.
Choice Fruit
I Have 10,000 Acres
of the
Choicest Pratt Lands In
British *Colombia��
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Bny now and get the ground floor prices.
Nelson, B. C.
11000 Cash and tbe balance on extended paymentswlll buy a six-
roomed house and five lots; good
location,   price $2,500
$600 cash and the b> lance on extended payments wl'ii buy an eight-
roomed house and lot H block
from the car line, price $1,900.
$500 cash and the balance monthly
payments will buy a six-roomed
house and lot on Silica street,
price $1300.
$600 cash and $25 per month will
buy a seven-roomed bouse and lot
on Victoria street, price $1800.
H. & M. BIRD
We offer you best fruit lands;
best terms; best location; best
climate. Absolute titles. You
don't have to use all of your means
in paying for land. We want you
to put it into development We
also have tracts of 50 to 0000 acres,
prices and terms the best. We own
i.hi>se lands and handle nothing on
If you don't see Fruitvale you
miss the best ln B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Ward Street, Nelson, B. C.
For Sale
Ground Floor���Hall, library, parlor
(open fire place), dining room, conservatory and kitchen.
Upper Floor���Five bedrooms and
bath -room.
50 ft. Lot���Good garden with fruit
trees, woodshed and chicken house.
The house is well situated and a short
distance from P. O.
Terms and prices on application.
Real   Estate and General Agent.
315 Baker St., Nalson. B. C.
We have them in 6tb and 8  Ib  Sizes.
Quotations  given on    any Electrical
Heating Device on the Market.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Agent for Trimeott Launches
And I'eterboro C_.noei.
Finest Lot ot  Boats tn B. C.
I-I.  __,.  1_IINDSA.Y
Foot of Josephine St.       TU. A18
F. C GREEN       F. P. BURDEN       A. H. GREEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Colombia Land Surveyors
r. 0. Box 145    Phone 241 B.
Certificate of Improvements.
"Union" Mineral claim situate in the Nelson
Mint uu Division, or tbe West Kooteney District,
Where located:���On Toad Mountain two and a>
halt railus irom Nelson, B. C.
Take noiii-o that 1. ���** a. Macdonald, actio* ft*i
ngent for llogh Sutherland, Free Miner's - e-
ttiloate No. it:., -.v.**. tiiu-ud ��idn*fs from the da ���
hereof, to apply to tbe Milling Ke-order for
(Vrtliii-.it.-nf improvement"", Ipr the ourtoseof
ohtalQln-f ���' Crown  (irant of the above claim.
And further taie notice that action. - nder
-*�� i-tit.ni .17, must he commenced before the la*
-���ii:i   ce of such * vr- niciite of luiprnvemuni--.
1 *.���.--.. Liu-t --.*.a day of "r-lMi' a   !�� . 19T.7.
w. a. WZoWvaj.i*.
"til    ":
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The Daily Canadian
Our Alarms will never let you
oversleep. $1.50 aud $-2.50. The
very best.
I. maniilai-tun-al   .rami    Ht  I... -'   U   ��    ... ran-
rlpa-n.-l Hll.l dcw-saaaaa-ti-lii-.l       " I anal**, lull-
llava.ra.-al #11.1  a a.ul.    A lubaa.-a.-u JOU
ou.nt .ai try
fobacconist.   Baker Street.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frt*tt,
F��el & Poultry Co., Ltd.
N.E.coi. Baker   and   Ward   Sta.
Spokane Fair.
A number of Nelsonltes win leave
morrow evening fair the Bpokane fair.
Social   Evening.
A saii-lal wus given lasl a-ventim al 111.-
n-siilciioe of Mtb. Gltitis. ViotOlia streel
aMrmit fnity miosis were pra-sent.
Flower   Service.
Mr. and lira, William Irvine beg leave
to thank their friends and acquaintances for the many marks of sympathy
shown to ilii-ni ln their rec.-nt bereave
ment ln lhe loss of their little son.
Shirley   Irvine.
Methodist  Servicea.
Rev.- H- Newton Powell will occupy
the pulpit of the Methodist church li.nh
morning and evening tomorrow. The
subjects are, morning "Men as Incarnations"; evening, "Wanda, a Russian Terrorist, a  story  of  wonderful  devotion."
Cor-. Varnori   nra.J  ^V��*rr_'  ��tra��ta,
N__-ON< ��. O.
F. n. Williams. Winnipeg; F. Stiles.
Seattle: T. C. Fleming. A. L. Nelson.
Vancouver: H. Herman. New York; A.
B. Watts. 0. Payne, Sllverton; A Car
env. Kaslo: V. S. Fauquier, Needles; J.
A Magee, A. J. hammers. Shuswash:
Mrs. Bavage, Mrs. J. Bowland and
daughter, Qrand Forks: A. F. Kempton,
.1. Allison. Wanianesa;  A. B. Gouschalk.
si. Paul.
Sec Us
For Good Fruit Land
10 Acre Blocks to 800"
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
Ii L Croadsdaile & ___
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils ior
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will find it to their ad-
V������t_ge to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
Best  Located  Ho*cl in  Nelson
���r the management of   R   K. Noble,
late 0. Toronto. Ottawa and
7-Rooms. All Modern, on Victoria St.
with two Shacks on rear renting *4
each. House good for $25 per
month.     Owner   going   to   Coast.
Only $1,800.      Good Terms.
H. li. Iiuchanan, Macleod; P. C. Grap-
i.m. .1. A. Allison. Wawanessa; K. Il
Orde, Edmonton; G. Klrhy. Calgary; F.
K. Klwell. Bonnlngton; R. F. Green,
Kaslo; .1. Johnson, Greenwood; A. 11.
Mackenzie, Kossland; C. Priscoil, Phoenix; Mr and Mr. W. A. Wood. A. Wood,
K. B. Wood. Hamilton; Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred. Newport; Mr. and Mrs. liotterell.
M. G. II. Garrett. Miss N. Lueey, Slocan;  .1. Thomson.  Poplar:   I.   M. John.
lu-Mlle:    T. J. Graham. Summitt.
J. Cameron. Calgary; C. J. Gill, Sllverton: H. Emerson. Edmonton; R.
Cree, Rossland; C. Rohson. Newcastle:
S. Miller , Kaslo; C. Campbellson. Sllverton; G. Chapman, Camborne.
W. J. Meaeham. Winnipeg; G. A. Hunt
Klichener; J. P. Preachey and wife.
Quebec; F. G. Gadsden. J. Wallace. Mrs.
S. Harris, V. Harris, Medicine Hal; <3.
Wheatley, Creston; J. Boyd, Eholt; A.
McPhee. Trail: O. Yates, M. Frisen. F.
Frlsen. G. Wild. Robson; B, W. Southerns. England: F. D. Reed, Ilonnlngton.
W. J. Sergeant. Perry Siding; K M.
Martin. P. E. I.; N. Friedman. I. Williams, Spokane: P.. Fulton. Truro. N. S.;
J. Dunn. Slocan; P. O. Carol!. Plctou:
W. H. Cawley, Salmo.
.1. R. Cranston. Rossland; J. Carveth.
Moose Jaw; J. A. McLatch. E. Clement,
H. E. Beck. Victoria; H. W. Price,
Kalso;  N. Savage. G. Grapp, Slocan.
Spyglass Mine.
A meeting of the shareholders of the
Spyglass mine at Poplar is being ha-lal
in the city this arternoon to consider
an offer for an option. It is likely lhat
if the offer be refused the company
itself will resume operations.
Death  of Mrs.  Lennie.
A la-la'grain wns received this.ni'.i-iiiii"
fiom 11. S. Lennie by his partner. 1-:. C
Wragge, announcing  the death al her
home  In   New   Westminster of   Mr    l.eli
nle's mother, who was Btric-en with
paralysis early last wea-k. All ilia- members of iha* family wera- at hi.nn- during
iha- last week of their mother's Ufa- The
sympathy of all Nelson will he a-xta-iul
ed lo Mr. l.ennle ln his loss.
Rossland  Excursion.
T ha- excusion fi-atin Rossland this
evening to hi-ar the great leader a,f tha*
Conservative party. R. 1,. Borden, ad-
dess the people of Kootenay on tho political issues of the day. promises to be
a great success. Tickets were sold at
the low rale of $2.50 for the round trip.
The excursion will return to Rossland
immediately at the conclusion of the political meeting. Excursionists, however,
can have the privilege of returning on
the regular train on Sunday evening.
The  Strength  of  Borden.
Sir C. Hihliert Tupper rightly gauged
the feeling of the great meeting in the
Dominion theatre on Tuesday night
wha-n he said, with a fa.ree and emphasis
that brought out a responding chorus of
acclaim, "The man rings true!" Therein
was Indicated the source of Mr. Borden's
strength. His ability to carry the campaign on which he has so vigorously
entered, lies in the sterling straightforwardness of his character, and in the
honesty of his cause.���Vancouver Province.
W.   Q.    QILLETT
-Contractor   and
Bole agent for the Porto Hjm Lumber Co., Ltd..
ratall yaniB. Rough an<l fire*-**** lumber turned
work and bracket*. Co**, lath and ihingles, each
an*, (loori. Cement, brlrlt and lime for Hie.
Automatic grinder. __
Yard and factory : Vernon Ht.. aaat of Hall
M .l-HOrs.   I*, u.
P. O   Box 232. Telephone IIH
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning Stoves, etc.
111 East Baker St. Phone No. A114
A. McDonald & Co*
Dealers in Btaple and fancy Grooerii'S
Butter, Eggs.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.
A. M. Can. Sec. C. E.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offlee:  Bealey Building.    P. O. Boi 434
Baker St.. NELSON. B. C.
A. Carnpy, timber infi|toctor, Is down
from Kaslo.
F. G. Faiir*uier. of NVodlrs. Is in th<-
city today, a guest at the Hume.
A. Ft. Mackenzie of .-oss.an... came
over last night and is at the Strathcona.
Olcott Payne, manager of the Hewitt
mine, came down from New Denver last
F. A. Alfred, judge of insolvency and
probate, in the Newport district of Vermont, and .Mrs. Alfred, are at the Strathcona.
Frank Helme leaves on Monday for
Barrow-in-Fuiners, Lancashire. England.
Miss Hattie E. Grattan, of Rossland.
is visiting friends in Nelson.
J. A. Magt-e, managing director, and
A. J. l.ammers, also a director of the
Adams Kiver Lumber company's mill
un Shuswap Lake, are in the city en
route to Spokane.
Premier   Bond   Takes    Issue   With    Imperial Colonial Office.
FOR   8ALt
Ff>H HAI-E���*. (Irnvt Cb��*er titiii- . '��� lido, 1& pood
repair.    Apply W   A. Thurman
LOMT-Apa-r of long, brown -(love-., between
Victoria and corner of Btanley aod Carbonate
���treat*.    Keturti to Canadian ombt
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything
go tx> the Old Curiosity Shop. A ne��
line of Japanese Goods now on sale
All kinds of Dlnnerware ln stock. Pari
B. C0
IOLD CHAIN, between Hoover and Vernon
tiirffln Hultable reward will be paid for It*
return.   MrPcrtnld Ai Mf-Hardy.
A 1'uCKh'l BQuK '���oi-italnlng a Mgued cheque of
the Second Belief Mining Company, payable
to ''. C. Wade, and lettera. Finder kindly
leave at No Place Inn.
("WO FIR8T-C1-AM8 KOOMM, ���'.earn heated
PIT honnekeener. 8r<_ flat. K   w   C. block.
WANTED���Ritual fun br Young BooiamU (mar
Had) VllllDI to tackle anyttiiug, .-xperlenred
in groi-ery, wine and nplrlt tradi- Addrei-n-
I).T> , Dally CtnadlauOmce.
WANTE"    A   Keliable Girl  or  Young Udy for
* ������ im I..   Hn'..*-. win.    Apply Bex 10, (TrHiibrook.
A   1'AK'iNKn   with  % 1,000 i.     purchaBe a  .rult
ranch near Nt-ls'iii    A good ipeculatlon.   Fanner need noi M actlvelr engaged on ranch.
For partUulam npply T   fl   PRO.***' KB.
WANTKD���Klertrl'-iau. Engllib, newly arrived.
wanU iltuatlon lu luHtal'ailon or itlmllar wor) .
Aidn-wM. W   ti    Dally <������ nadlan.
WANT, i- KHgiUaHUUI 9V. ���'. ..in-, i-liut-tiun for
w !�����< or i'.i..'i-i, good ncbol _r, u��ed to oflice
ro    ftie    Addrufi ti, W H   Daily Cmiwdlan.
Toronto, Sept. 28.���In a cable to the
Toronto Star In reference to the suspension by imperial rescript of colonial
laws respecting the seizure of American
vewell for alleged fishery offences, Premier Bond, of Newfoundland, says his
gov'-rnment believes lt will be found
that the poW6f_l conferred on thp Crown
by the section of the act under which
the order in council is made does not
give power to prohibit tho service of
pTOCen upon British ���llbjOOtf amenable
tO OOlonlft] jurisdiction while In territorial waters, on board of American vessel* His government believes it would
be invalid, amounting to an attempt to
suspend   by  exercise  of   royal   prorogft*
Have you   ever tried them ?
15c. per package.
Also a fresh shipment of
15c. pkg.
Corner Silica aud Jo*a>iihlnaa Sts
Wli.ala.sala. all.l   -Stall Dealur. Ill
Fresh and Salted Meats
CivrnpH supplied on shortest notice and
lowest price. Nothing but   troth and
wholesome meats und supples kept in itOQh
Mail orders receive careful ntt��*ntiou.
E.  C.  TRAVES.   Manager.
Are Ideal fn fact as well as in name.
Vou will find them come fully up to
your highest ideal of what a typewriter-
ribbon ought to be. They are well inked, yet do nice clean-'ut writing; are
non-filling and  lasting.
and if not found  in every way satisfac
tory  we   exchange them   without   question.
Price    each  $1.00
Special   prices  quoted   in
halfclnzen and dozen lota.
Is Pemow/ied
Its Business Energy
W. G. Thomson
8BT��A0TK,8oEN'ii*aBB 'na   Nelsou, B. C.
Phon. .��-.
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
\!1 Kinds nf Heating Plants In Stock.
Victoria St., Nr. Opera House.      Tel. 181.
tive, colonial legislation which has received royal assent, under ant 5!*,
George III., chapter 38, which was
passed to give the crown neceswary
powers to carry Into execution article
one of the convention of 1M8, and to enforce the new agreement carrying to
execution the powers conferred by section one of said act have no application.
Kipling Coming West.
Montreal, Sept. 28.���Rudyurd Kipling,
accompanied by Mrs. Kipling, haa arrived here. The poet, author and his
wife were greeted after alighting from
the train by Mrs. Wolcott Balestier, of
.New York, .Mrs. Kipling's mother, who
came to Montreal for the purpose. In
a brief conversation with newspaper
representatives, Mr. Kipling said that he
expected to remain In Montreal for a
couple of weeks, after which he would
cross Canada to the Pacific coast. Upon
the completion of that journey the
author said that he would return to
eastern Canada, but that after that his
plans were undecided.
Telephone 161.
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
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.
Boycott English Insurance.
Kingston. Jamaica, Sept 28.���There
Is a bitt**r f<-eling against the Kngllsh
insurance companies growing out of the
actions arising from the disaster of last
January. It Is charged that the companies are delaying the casss by technicalities. Their latest move is an announcement by counsel that tht* companies propose in tho action to make a
oountar claim by declaration tbat the
loss sustained by the policy holders was
caused by an earthquake. This means.
if it succeeds, that other caaps cannot
be proceeded with because the companies would win under the earthquake
Clause. .Merchants think that local com
panies should be formed to carry Insurance. As the restoration of Kingston progresses the boycott of Kngllsh
concerns increases.
(Continued   from  page  one.i
other loud speech In which he declaim
ed against alleged corruption OQ Mr
Borden's behalf. This time he is more
cautions and says tbat he knows nothing about the matter except what tubas learned from his two supporters
from Halifax. These gentlemen seem
to be more anxious (o toad up Mr. Aylesworth with reports that they will not
sustain, than they are to have ihe
tacts established. The Minister of Justice might have told them to ceass their
obstruction and allowed the trial to proceed, Instead ftt that ha appears to
have been advising llu-m to prevent
the trial, while he goeit round U ling
what he says thai they say they would
prove if they did not obstruct them
Mivea   from  doing so.
Alter all the jubilation over the fact
that Mr. Fielding made a treaty with
France without thn Imperial assist
ance. It does not appear that lhe Minister Of Finance had any freer hand
than Sir Charles Tupper had when h.
made a Freneh Treaty fifteen years
ago. Sir Charles and the Prench Ministers agreed upon the terms with a
Hrllish representative present. Mr
Fielding and the French Ministers
agreed upon the terms and the British
Ambassador signed the treaty along
with  Mr.  Fielding and  Mr.   It-ode---*.
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All  Remtico Typewriter
Supplies are known at
the   Highest  Grade
Goods Manufactured.
Ma il Orders Promptly Attended To.   Phone S t
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K. W. C. Bio*. . Phone IS.
Transform your kitchen Into a cheery dwelling house by Installing
Tli-it Is a factor you musl keep In mind, and the new comer to HiIHhIi
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the kitchen; makes OOO-Ing easy and economical, lluck'B Merit Range,
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Complete House Furnishers and Undertakers.
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Purchases Lead* Copper and Dry Cm
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We would like to sec all our patronscomfortuhlc this winter am
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We would be pleased to show you    our Hue and before _-��"���
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