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 _aihj Canobian
I.   No. 89.
's Annual Loss of
Life by Ignorance
lev. Dr. Moore Tells of Consumption's Deadly Work and How
it Miy be Prevented.
I    ny proof wera require, that oon-
Imiitiosi'B chief allies arc ure ignor-
Lee anil carelessneaa, li wan furbished
,\... .,-,��� -ndance iii tlm opera house
,s,siiiss: whore Dr. Moore made his
_,<���.,! fin   support  for  a snniiuriiiiii.
l-ft,,. sin ssf Nelson furnished about
latenci -   nl whom    a third    were
,���   .Mayor Gillett unsl Dr. 10- C.
were on tin- iiiain.mi with lho
and Dr. Jiiiihb and Dr. Isabel
��� ��.re iin- nniy cither represen-
s-    ; sin' iiKidlcal fraternity pros-
1 s.s.-jisk  Dr.  Moore aald:    "1 am
pointed when my audience
X.M 1 know that my hearers be-
% a the   aristocracy���the   aiistoc-
��� iicvulcuce and intelligence."
:���   Idress thnt followed occupied
fcu hour bpt was an udtnirably
��� ��� .ir   statement  of the   quca-
a 1' now confronts Canada.
��� Canadian  Anti-Tuberculosis So-
���a  organised by medical men uf
a March, 1001, at the tnstanoe
I ,���������: M111I11. Canada loses 12,0011
s a year by consumptives, und be-
���:, '���". 1   and   70,001)   parsons  are
foa-autly disabled by 11, anil the mini-
r Is Increasing
*Thln Iobs Is suffered year after year
|-ougli   thi'  disease  la butb   curable
preventlble, because It la bo hard
ttiicate the public to an Intelligent
rest In the question.
The  situation   In   Hritish   Columbia
"iviiii; steadily worse because in-
(r'"l persons are attracted frnm all
!"i its.- world  by the climate.
iTh.-   isrs'sllsisislng   causes   of   con-
|niiiilsiu are feeble conditions of tbe
slsi'- tn bad air, dampness, dark-
dirt,    dissipation    and    alcohol
finking,   Hut the causes only prepare
limps    for   the   germ, which can
'"iiis' from iwo sources.
J  ! rcea are dust  and  air con-
f I   by  tbe sputum of diseased
treona, nml ihe  Bosh    and    milk ot
laeaseil s-sstile.
Iris,- ,ij-.,-;,se is not lieredllary and
�� eaally be cured in lis first stage.
' 'iiis 1 preventive Is the malnten-
- ul general health and vigor by
-nllneaa, of persona, of ilwi'lllngs,
I'iC's. public bulls uml streets, and tbe
ven if spitting in public plaoes
���is leased  persons.
The  in uf a  consumptive* should
lirovided  with u paper spittoon, to
' burned after using; then' should be
carpets or  curtains,   paper  hand-
'f.iitefs should be used and burned,
M any   sputum   cacuplng  should   be
���eatroyod  by  a solution    ot    carbolic
rtna  In   milk   are  hard   lo  detect
pm 1I11' tuberculins lest Is reliable lr
sin I,,,,���  ,lr(,  honest,  and  heating to
|;   degrees will destroy any germs.
*�� tn the cure, it  must, be made In
Aral   of the three  slages;   In tho
and  half  the  chance,  lu  the  third
I'l chance, is gone, r___  tin1 average
Iff of a person after Infection Is from
e in  five years.
'I"'   first    symptoms   are   loss   of
'''sin. languor and afternoon revers.
ptis-s-  ;,,-,. ,.,,iumon  also  to  olher dl-
'oh, imi they sliould want anyone
nfroctod tss essusnlt 11 reliable imy-
nn- lecturer solemnly   warned   his
farers that  there Is un patent  nieill-
J1'"' and   llss secret   cure  I'nr ciiusilllip-
f       A reliable physician sliould he
t 'tiled at once.
iiii' cure conslstfl of fresh nlr, sun-
Bfilit, water, regulation of dtet, of real
l'"i exercise to ushIsi    11 uratlve
l"""�� iif nature,
1,1   Moore then warmly praised llle
"ik uf Dr. Fagan.     There    ia   now
issuable fnr a provincial sanatorium
I'twi'en 125,000 nud |30,000.    Linden-
'11 Clovernor Dunsinulr   bus   offei 'd
''���"""��� ibi' governmenl 15000, the c.
it. company ir.tititi, and other sub-
Fibers over III000,    The trustees are
t "''���" 'lustlce lliinler and the mining-
nf   the   Victoria   brunches   or   tho
intil.H nf Montreal nnd Commerce,
llr- E. c. Arthur orrored the follow.
- roBoiution, which waa seconded by
...'!.. Kerr ami carried:
rbai   ii   |s desirable  to take  slops
"I1 the ravages of consumption
"'tis province mil to protect our
'"j1'" from the danger or Infection,
II Is therefore resolved, Thnt we
1 now r.arni a society for this pnr-
,81'. in lie known as tlie Nelson Antl-
""ii'iilosla society  ,ths Btild society
'"' in affiliation with tlm 11. c. Bo-
ely   fur   lhe   Prevention   and   Trent-
I'"in ssf Consumption nnd other Storms
V Tuberculosis,"
'"'��� Arthur, who has been acting aa
Fifty Cents a Month
SnT���?'Z<T, "J** FaSan's ���V��*.
ben ..,,1 ���, 8" ��hwci' WKM and
benevolent organisations elect one
member each ,0 a committee to meet
on rrlday, September 28
A vote of thanks lo the Rev. Dr
Moore was moved by Rev. ,T T Fer-
-usor,, seconded by W. Ebbs,' and
unanimously adopted.
Launch   Capsized   In   Collision   With
I Scow���Four  Perished.
New York, Sepl. 15.���Four persons
were drowned frum a launch in the
lower bay last night. The launch was
overturned In a collision with a bcow.
Four olher members or the party in
the launch, three men and a woman,
clung to the bottom or tha craft until
tbey were rescued uud brought to
Btapleton, Btaten Island, by the steamer 1:1 I'asss. ai ihe quarantine siatinn
Ihey refused In give Iheir names or
to tell those of the persons drowned.
The steamer KI I'aso took the survivors off the launch while passing the
first bunk, on tbe main ship channel at
5:30 a in The woman was I'Xhausled
and iii a dangerous condition rrom tlie
eold ami exposure and the men declined in talk about Ihe accident in
ber presence.
Thi' Inline nf tbe launch wns not dls-
dosed by ihe Quarantine Station
agent, Charles - f. Allan, who weni
down lbe bay lu search nf it.
The launch was i-ccovered and was
brand to be the Sausage, belonging to
W. W. David of Jamaica, 1.. 1. David
was among those rescued. It was said
by those who picked up the little boat
that It must have been dangerously
overloaded. It Heems Incredible that
eight people would trust their lives to
so small a boat on a stormy night.
Breaks His Own Record.
St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 15.���C M. Daniels ot the New York Athletic club
yesterday lowered lhe world's swimming record lor 2(10 yards at Laugh*
Hns lake, when the second day's program or the national swimming championship was carried out. The New
Yorker bci Ihe new mark at 2:42 2-5.
breaking his own record by 1 8-6 seconds.
Kettle Valley Line Will Begin Grading
and    Bridge    Building-at   Once���
Other Building Operations.
Grand Forks. Sept. 15. ���Joseph
Wiseman, a pioneer of this place, who
spent several months lately In the
Ootan lake district In Northwestern
llrlllsh Columbia, says lhat there aro
now over 2000 seniors ih the Bulk-ley
valley. He further stated thai there
were no early frosts there any more
Ihan aro experienced once In a while
hi the Boundary district There la an
abundance of agricultural land ready
lu be taken up and he regards Ibe
whole northern country as a veritable
farmers' paradise. JUr. Wiseman is
making arrangements to return to this
northern district by the rirsi boat in
the spring. A peculiar feature about
lhal northern district la tbe ract that
ll Is also a very rich country ln minerals, the ore trom various working
properties near Portland canal assaying as high as ��snil to tbe ton In gold
uml copper, while nny property that
has ore running 1100 to lbe ton Is
considered very low grade.
A goodlv number ot old timers loft
bv yesterday's train for Qreenwqod to
be 'present ai Hie annual meeting of
ibe okauagiiii and Boundary Pioneers'
association, which met in Greenwood
last  evening.
The work of grading anil track laying through the clly by the Kettle Valley Une railway win atari almost Immediately and lhe work <>r building
lbe big $16,000 bridge across the Keith' river ul the head of Fourth street
will sliirt early In October, The building of ibis bridge has been delayed
owing in tlie difficulty in securing the
long bridge timbers from the const
sawmills, as all these mills nie expo-
riencing a congested Btste of affairs
evil- Blnce lhe Sao Friuii'lsi'ii earth-
quake, they being quite unable to handle the phenomena] number ot orders
ror lumber, However, work will now
b ��� rushed through lb" city und tho
firs, 10 milea or Hie road will be In
operation  by .lanuary next.
The approach ot fall does out seem
in make anv abatement In tbe build-
im- boom ni Qrand Forks-   aI preaent
there are several doien dwellings In
the various city additions in course
of construction, which vary In cost
rrom $600 to $7000, iiiiil 11 Is now staled that many more dwellings now only
contemplated will be ereoted yel ibis
full. Dwelling bouses for renting purposes are nl n premium, and In fact
ninny of lbe business blocks ure being
occupied ror dwellings. Before each
dwelling i�� built it is gonerally leased
ror ii number or yenrs, iiiiil there appears to be no remedy except lo keep
mi building. Skilled carpenters are iu
demand here, while any kind or a
luck carpenter can readily get $���!���!>" "���
-'ay- .    ,, ,
Another social victory ol n high order wns the ball given Inst evening In
Fugles' hail by Uie local order of the
Ladles or lhe Miiccabcefl.   There wero
over HO guosls present, the music
and supper were all that could be desired and a raoBt enjoyable ovening
was spent.
H Is reported that the burglar who
broke into the duelling of J. W, Col-
linB on the RuckleB addition a few
nights ago is still in this vicinity, although his exact whereabouts cannot
bu located. A man answering hla description has been seen at various
times lately on the outskirts of the
city by women and children.
The long-looked ror rain haa at last
reached this section and everyone ls
jubilant over It. Reports have reached
here from Cascade UlBt the Kettle
river hns risen six Inches ln the last
21 hours.
Three    Linked    Fraternity    Meet    for
Eighty-Second   Session.
Toronto, s.'pi. 15.���odd Pellows trom
all parts ol' Canada, tbe United Stales
snui Mexico, With a delegation rrom
Hawaii, gathered in Toronto today tor
tbe eigbly-second annual session ot
tbe sovereign grand lodge , which will
be b'-lsi here during ibe coming week,
ii is estimated that by Monday
more than ��0,000 members of the
fraternity will be In the city. Auxin-
ary organizations will meet during lhe
week. These Include the itebekab Assembly aud the Patriarchs Militant..
Today there was a meeting of lho
Grand Council. Patriarchs Militant, at
lhe King Edward hotel, and lhe officers of the sovereign grand lodge and
their ladies were tendered a civic recepllon and luncheon at St. Catherines,
Io which place there was an excursion.
Tomorrow the Odd Fellows will at-
lend divine service at St. James' Cathedral. On Monday there will be a
gieut deal going on. In the morning
the visitors will be given a1 public welcome in the legislative assembly ot the
parliament building, when there will
be addresses by the Hon. William Mortimer ciark, lieutenant-governor or the
province of Ontario, and others.
Among ihe attractions in Ihe afternoon
will he the prize drill at Exhibition
park and the reception by lhe Rebek-
abs of Oiitarinu lo their sisiers and
lady visitors.
On Tuesday, lu addition to Ihe meeting of the grand lodge and the prize
drills, there will be the conterring ot
the decoration ot the chivalry al Exhibition park, the exercises being con-
dueled by Colonel W. S. Johnson, department commander ot Outario. On
Wednesday there will be exercises
similar to those conducted on Tuesday,
and on Thursday, besides a continuation of the of the exercises aB on the
days before, tbe Rebekaha and their
guests will be given an Illuminated cai
ilde about the city. The feature aboul
Frida'y'B programme win be the reception tendered tbi' officers and mem
lierB or the sovereign grand lodge by
the mayor and the council ot the clly
ot Toronto.
Seattla' Is sending a large delegation
lu an effort lo secure next year's
meeting of ibe sovereign grand lodge
for thai city, llids ure expected also
from several other cities and a lively
contest is likely.
Charms of British Columbia Subject of
Gossip of Indian Bazaars.
Rev. Dr. Moore showed to a representative of The Canadian yesterday
a portion of n private letter from a
llrlllsh officer, written from Hongkong
ou July 11,
The writer gave warning Hint the
movment in India toward emigration
to llrlllsh Columbia is likely lo us
nunie serious proportions However,
the attractions of the climate and Industrial condition of Brltlah Columbia
first became known to the Hindoos.
Ihey are now subjects or dally gossip
111   the  bnzaars.
The writer predicts grave consequences to British Columbia from the
prospective influx of hordes of laborers of Hie ooolte class.
"this is My 58th Birthday."
James J. Hill, one of lhe foremost
lenders In Iho transportation Industry
of Ihe world, was born on,a form near
Guclph, Ontario, Sepl. 15, 1898. At an
i arly nge he len bis father's rami ror
business lire in Minnesota, which suite
lie has continued ever since lo call his
home,  hib rirst work in Uio Minnesota
capital was In shoveling cargo into the
Bteamei. of the Dubuque * st- Paul
Packet company, Then came eight
yiasrs us levee agenl or the river transportation rirms. Gathering together a
llltle capital be established a general
fuel nnd transportation business on his
own uccoiinl. He wus one of the first
to recognize In lhe great Red river
valley tho bread basket of tho continent, and HiIb was. really lho beginning
of lils distinguished oareer, lie establishes! the Red River Transportation
company, the first to open communication between St. Paul and Winnipeg.
He bought (he St. Paul and Pacific
Railway company and reorganised it
into a profitable system. lint his
crowning effort was the building of
lbe Great Northern Hallway, extending
from Lake Superior to Pugot Sound,
with brunches grldlronlng the entire
Northwest, and with direct steamship
connections with China ami Japan.
Northwestern Company oi
Seattle Loses Liner
Dangerous Cape at the Entrance to
Prince William Sound a Menace to Navigation.
Seattle. Wash., Bept. 15.���A despatch to the Post Intelligencer from
Valdez says the steamer Oregon hit
lbe rocks on the bench of lllncliin-
brosik island, at the entrance to Prince
William sound, at 12 o'ekick on Thursday night. She was trying to tind the
entrance In the darkness when the
headland loomed up, and altl.ough she
reversed Ihe engines, the vessel struck
hard enough to tear the bottom otr.
The Oregon struck at low tide and water soon rilled th,e engine room to the
second grating. A crew ot rive men
left immediately for Valdez to get assistance. The revenue cuttera Rush
and McCullough left to take oft the
passengers. There was no sea running
at the time of the wreck, but the position of the steamer is exposed to the
full force of the swell, and If the wind
rises she is ln a precarious position,
The wreck occurred 70 miles from
Valdez and 35 miles from Nuchek. Tha.
passengers are all safe. The vessel
will be a total  lose.
San Francisco, Sept. 15.���Special
despatches received here of the wreck
of the steamship Oregon, at the entrance of Prince William sound, on
Thursday, say that she lies ln a very
dangerous position. She Is commanded by Captain H. B. Soule and sailed
from Seattle September 8, with about
50 passengers and 900 ions of freight.
When the news of tbe wreck was
brought to Valdez by Chief Mate Kennedy and four sailors, after a long row
of 50 or CO miles, the revenue cutters
Rush and McCullough were Immediately despatched to the scene of the
disaster and to rescue the passengers.
The cutters should have arrived alongside the Oregon at 2 o'clock this morning. If the cutters reach the Oregon
before she breaks up Ihey will doubtless have no difficulty in taking oft
those on board. Should the vessel go
to pieces, however, before relief arrives, the passengers wil] have some
difficulty In making the shore under
ths> most  favorable conditions.
Cape Hlncbinbrook Is a narrow neck
of land extending far out into the sea
forming one side of the entrance of
Prince William sound. It has ever
been regarded as a menace to navigation, nnd 11 wns but a few months ago
that tlie government made an appro-
prlatlon or $1.5,000 ror the erection of
a lighthouse at the extreme end of
lhat point. This work is now progressing. The Oregon Is owned by the
Northwestern Commercial company of
Excavators   Discover   Eight Cities Superimposed and Find Evidences of
Culture in  Year 3500  B. C.
Chicago, Sept. 16.���Excavation or
the ancient city ot Goner, mentioned
In early sacred history, carried 011 by
members or the Palestine exploration
lunil for Ilia, lust three years have developed numerous finds, according to
ndvlces from Jerusalem, published in
the Beptember number of ibe Blhii<-ni
Wairlil and Issued from lhe University
uf Chicago Press yesterday, Bight
cities have been found superimposed
upon each other on the site of tho old
defenco 10 tlte western road lo Jerusalem.
The culture, history nnd religion,
from aa tar back as 11500 II. C , have
been revealed by iho architecture,
jugs, weapons, masonry, etc|
E. W. G. Miis'tertnnn, a member of
the excavating parly, writes as follows: "The Inhabitants lived In cii'ves,
ami made all their weapons and Instruments of flint. In the middle period, bronv." Ib lbe only inelal known.
While at a lime roughly synchronous
with tha> coming of Israel/ Iron appears nnd gradually replaces bronze.
The work or excnvatlng la temporal--
lly suspended, as the three yonr contract ot their Turkish firman hns expired.    It Ib hoped  to secure a now
firman, when the researches win again
lie 1-1 sinned.
Frustrated the Attempt.
PeoiMa, Ul., Sept. 16.���Four masked
men attempted to hold up a noutli-
I1011111I passenger train on the Rock
Island railroad Iwai miles north of
here late last nlghl. Cnndnclor Robert
Murray disarmed one of tho men af
ter being struck   on   the head   and
There were 100 passengers on the
train. The robbers placed railroad
ties on the track and brought the train
to a standstill. At the points of revolvers they ordered the engineers and
tlremen to remain on the locomotive
and then ran to the front end of the
smoking car, where Conductor Robert
Murray met the mat the door. One
of the bandits pointed a revolver ln
hlB face, but Murray struck the weapon, knocking It from the man's hand.
Murray met the men at the door. One
head with a club, bul the robbera became alarmed at the unexpected resistance and fled. The passengers
were not molested. The train came on
tn Peoria and  reported the affair.
Roosevelt's Action    in    Sending    Warships to Cuba Appreciated.
Havana, Sept. 16.���President Roosevelt's action iu sending Secretary ot
War Taft and Acting Secretary ot War
Bacon to Cuba to Investigate conditions on the Island wae regarded favorably on the whole by those who
were rirst apprised of It. Cubans generally, it may be said, do not desire
Intervention of any sort In Cuban affairs, but the desire fgr a settlement
ol some kind now predominates. The
conviction is overwhelming that the
trouble must be settled through the
United States. The truth of President
Roosevelt's picture of the deplorabil-
ity of the revolution, and ot hla adherence to the United 8tates' right of
intervention is not questioned.
Havana, Sept. 15.���General Rodriguez, with a force of 1000 men, encountered General Castillo and General Albert, with forces of about the
same number last night near Wajay.
The government closed with the insurgents, who were dispersed, while
rebel and other accounts say tbe government forcee were driven back and
Rodriguez returned to Havana during the night and his troops are encamped a short distance out side of
the city. The government lost three
killed and several wounded. The Insurgents' loss Is unknown.
Havana, Sept. 15.���The government
forces have won a victory at a point
close to Havana. General Rodrlgue.
with 400 rural guardsmen attacked the
rebels under General Del Castillo and
Colonels Sasbert aod Acosta, 1000
strong, at Waday, 12 miles south of
Havana, where, after a stubborn fight,
the rebels were dispersed. Eight of
their number were killed and 20 were
General Rodriguez returned to Havana this morning. There Is considerable speculation as to why the enemy
was not pursued.
Milk of the Cocoa nut.
The Greenwood Ledge, replying to a
statement that Eastern people do not
like to hear of the prosperity of the
mining industry In British Columbia,
because many of them lost money In
the early days of the boom, has this
pithy retort: "The people in the East
who lost their money aome nine years
ago In so-called B. C. mining stocks
deserve no sympathy from rational
people, At that time they would
listen to no sane advice, but like a
drunken, green gambler betting
against the wheel, they planked their
money down upon anything without
knowing the percentage against them
or the character of the men behind
the zero. Their judgment in buying
Wesiern stocks was foolish ln the extreme and could have but one ending,
a Mexican standoff. Ab chubbers actually do, they have been whining
ever since against llrlllsh Columbia
instead of placing the blame where It
righttully belongB, upon themselves
and Ihe lying advertisements that
worked their avarice into such a fever
heat that they could not restrain Irom
buying anything with gill letters, provided tt was cheap. When n community ot people become mad Irom the
hypnotic eftect or greed or other human passions, you can do nothing
with them by way ot reason. They act
like the majority of Ihem do In a Ihe-
111 rs' when the cry of fire is sounded."
Street Cars Collide.
Scuttle, Wash., Sept. 15.���Three
street cars, one loaded to the guards
wllh passengers, collided on First avenue early today and more than a
dozen passengers and car employes
were Injured. Three of the passengers are not expected to survive Russell, manager of the Seattle baseball
team, was as passenger and was cut
about the head and bruised.
Take Effect Monday.
Chicago, Sept. 16.���A general strike
of all shop employees ou the Wabash
railroad system hus been ordered, to
lake eftect next Monday. The ordor
affects 1G00 skilled mechanics, including machinists, bollermnkcrs and
"No Treaty," Says Sweden.
Steckholm, Sopt. 15.���Tho Invitation
extended to Sweden to conclude a
copyright treaty is meeting with heated opposition on the part of the pub
lishci'B.    Tho government has referred
the American proposal to tbe publishers and as lively debate on tbe subject
last night showed that a majority of
the members were against the treaty.
The sale of hooks to the United States
ls an Inexhaustible and valuable
source of Income to Swedish-American
publishers, and It was contended that
the treaty would* kill this bUBlnesa.
Methodism in Canada Receives Thirty
New Ministers.
Montreal. Sept. 15.���A party of some
30 Methodis)t minlstcus lairrlved here
today from England. They are part
of the fruits of the visit to the mother
country of Rev. Dr. Woodworth, who
Is now 111 in tondon. Dr. Woodworth,
who ls corresponding secretary for
missions, with authority over Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British
Columbia, went over to England recently with a view to securing men to
meet the great demands of the West.
These 30 aire some of those he has secured and they are visiting the general conference on their way to their
fields of labor.
The afternoon session of the general
conference was devoted to receiving
deputations, those heard being fraternal delegates from Japan, Rev. Mr.
Harris and Rev. Dr. Honda, and representatives of the Dominion alliance,
the W. C. T U. and Canadian Bible
society. Most of the time of a great
portion of the members of the conference is being taken up in committee
work and It ls expected that when
the conference reassembles on Monday that everything will be in such
shape that rapid progress will be
Carload Each Day.
Fort Worth, Tex., Sept. 15.���An
Agent of the Cuban government ls
buying horses for cavalry mounts and
forwarding them at the rate of a carload a' day. The horses are of a
cheap pony type.
After Many Years.
Woodstock, Ont, Sept. 16���Rev. Dr.
McMullen, for 46 years pastor of Knox
church, has Intimated his intention ot
CommissMner Coombea Visits theWeat
to Inspect Salvation Army Affairs
and Locate Buildings.
Winnipeg, Sept. 15.���Commissioner
Coombes ot the Salvation Army, Bpeak-
lng of emigration matters said he expected within two years to be bringing 100,000 British settlers to Canada.
He said:
"We have been asked to Btart a colony ln British Columbia and this project will be somewhat full considered
on the occasion of our present visit
to the Western province.
"Two locations in the West have
been suggested to us, and It Is possible that ln the future we may organize a colony on one of them as
soon as we get on a little with our
work In the Eaat and at Tisdale. In
Vancouver we expect to make arrangements for the better prosecution or
our work in that city. We have a
quantity of land in Vancouver, but it
is not just what we want, being better adapted to business purposes than
our work, if we can secure the land
we want we will make arrangements
for the erection of a worklngmen's
mctropole, a building for the provincial work and for the local work In
"On the way back we will visit Tisdale and Inspect the work being done
on the colony and will also be in Edmonton and Prince Albert In connection with the work of the army ln
these cities."
Merger Cuts Merger.
lloBton, MasB., Sept. 15.���The Herald
loday says: "A coul merger Is content-
plated whoso scope is Bald to be tho
largest tn the history or Great llrltaln. The men behind the movement
are Henry M. Whitney of Ibis city, B,
F, Pearson of Halifax, and Graham
Fraser, formerly director ot tho Dominion Iroil a- Steel company. When
the merger Is offected, which will be
in the near future, It la Bald It will bo
- iiuu' If uot surpass tn commercial
importance, tho Dominion Commercial
company, which has hitherto dominated the Cape Breton collieries bualnqsB.
"A factor of tho first Importance In
lhe new enterprise will be the opening of a new shipping jKirt. Port Molten, from which the combined product
will bo shipped. The harbor Is optn
all the year round and It is regarded
as an Ideal port for shipping purposes.
!t Is said that the proposed amiilgn-
matl-u will embrace practically all of
the cool properties still Independent of
tlie Dominion Conl company."
More Money for John O.
New York. Sept. 15.���Stockholders
of the Standard Oil company today
were paid the quarterly dividend of JO
a sbaro on their holdings. This payment makes the disbursements for the
ihreequarterfl of the year |30 a ahnro.
This duplicates the dividend declarations for tho same period In 1905.
Mining Situation Favorable
All Districts Report Increased Activity and General Improvement-
Stock Quotations.
The mining situation shows still
further Improvement week after week.
British Columbia seems at last, after
seveu years of retarded development,
to be coming Into her own.
Record pay rolls In the Boundary
and East Kootenay Indicate record
productions, and probably record profits which are, after all, the best possible advertisement for any Industry.
The prospective reopening of the
Northport smelter, together with plans
for tbe Immediate increasing of the
capacity of the Trail plant, as announced ia Thursday's Canadian, point
to an expected material Increase In
the output of Rossland camp.
Steady and progressive work ls going on at Ymir, Erie, Sandon, Alnsworth and Slocan, the latter at last
stimulated by the steadily rising prices
of silver and lead.
But still the most eager Interest of
mining men attaches to the Lardeau
and Sheep Creek districts, Into which
capital is now flowing. The enormously rich free gold properties of those
two sections will soon be attracting
more attention than Tonopah and Gold-
field in their premature boom days.
On the whole the mining outlook ln
Kootenay at present conduces to optimism.
The stock market for the past week
has been most satisfactory trom the
Investors' point of view. Nearly all
the principal shares of the British Columbia companies advanced considerably and even those stocks which
have until quite recently remained Inactive are now ln demand, with a most
favorable outlook for a marked advance. Tbe Spokane market continues
to deal more extensively in all British
Columbia and Alberta securities than
ever before, and the traders In this vicinity are looking more toward this
market for business than to the Eastern exchanges, as hitherto. Interest
tn Western stocks on Eastern markets
has fallen off lately, but this ls believed to be only a temporary cessation, and a rally ls expected again
Sullivan was the most active stock
on this market and again doubled Its
price during the week. It ts now very
steady and as yet shows no sign* of
breaking, though the Investors on th
-nside are beginning to take advantaT
of the high quotation and a decline ls
not unexpected.
Rambler-Cariboo Is somewhat stronger though In very little demand. It
remains very steady, but ls hardly expected to cause any excitement tor
some time.
Novelty, Virginia, Giant and Monte
Crlsto are steady, but with no business offered on this market, though
they are traded In to some extent on
Eastern exchanges.
Western OU Is exhibiting more
strength than has been apparent since
last spring, and It is believed will become very active again within a
month In consequence of the renewed
activity at the property.
international Coal weakened, but It
ts the opinion still that this stock
will reach par before January, 1907.
Following are- the approximate quotations for the week ending today:
Asked.     Bid.
Alberta Coal 48 .40
B   C. Copper    11.00     10.50
11. C. Standard 20 .16
Hentrlce 26 .20
California 01SK      .02
Can. Smelters 129.00   126.00
Carlboo-McKluney   ...      .02H      .02
Denora Minos 91%      -0-tt
Ktireka Copper 10
Giant 02 .01
Int. Coal 64        Mhi
Jumbo   tltosBl     21 .19
Lardeau Mines ......      .01%      .01%
Monte Crlsto 03 .02%
Novelty 03 .02
Nicola Coal Hi'.-).      .04*14
Pathfinder 04 .03
llnmbloi'-CarlbJo   ..   .      .r,,-',.      .34
Sullivan 11 .IS
Virginia 04        .08
Western Oil 18 .1��H
Slaughter Ordered fer Today.
��� New York, Sept. 16.���A London
despiitch to the Sun says that M. Das-
ueyiiBkl. lender of the Social Democrats In the Austrian relchsrath, telegraphs from Cracow. Poland, to the
English newspapers, that a slaughter
of Jews has been arranged for today.
Troops havo beon brought from distant garrisons and they have been divided Into military districts; also that
civil authority has been suspended.
The population Is tn a state of uantc
,-. .;.||   ������';
'!   ii
: The Daily Canadian
Cool nights are uow in  order.     They will invite
pleasant dreams of
We have plenty of thutn in red and blue,
3 1-2 Points, weighing about 10 pounds, $7.50 per pair
4 Points, weighing about 12 pounds,   -   8.50 per pair
These blankets are justly cel.-bratcsl f���r thei* excellence. We alone carry
them  in  thll city
and  Mits. Socks. Shirts and
LUMBERMEN^pfllows.   Comfort.,., Gloves aod  Mits. Socks   Shirts and
Underclothing,  0,1   Clothing.   Sweaters.   Miners*   and   prospector.    Boots
and  Shoes and  Robbers..   Grocerses  and   Provisions..   Everything   of  the
_ .-.  ���     _._.__.-.     -n.neieinnlu    I   fl -W.
and  Shoes and  KUDoers..   ur��wti����  ��>���������-
Best  quality and  prices surprisingly Low
Published *t* ''"J'" H we6J( l,y t,u'
Baker Bl,. Nelson, B. 0.
bubieription relet, 60 eentt r month delivered
ln thf uilv, or ��.00 ti y-.nr ll lent by mall, when
paid in advance.
AdTertisiiiit rates on application.
All monlea pabi "> Kttlement oi Tin* Daily
(fcnadlan accounts, either f��i inbscriptioni or
advertiKlnL'. musl In- receipted for on the printed
f-irmi ol the Company,  utlu-r receipt! are not
���* By one word we are sometimes judged to be
vise end or one-word sometime! judged to t>e
(KSih. lit us therefore be careful what we
The public ownership of public
utilities us uu abBtr&ct proposition lias
been and is, Increasingly, a fruitful
subject for discussion, and has had its
champions, both with voice and pen,
during the last decade. Nol only has
the feasibility of the scheme forced it-
Belt upon the attention of economic
students, but the necessity for Us
adoption is becoming more apparent
every day, it will be with pleasure,
therefore, that readers of the address
of Mr. R. L. Horden, which was delivered at Truro. N. S., last Saturday,
will perceive thai the leader of the
Conservative party in Canada proposes to remove it once again from
the sphete of ideal politics to thut ot
the practical. The language uf his
address \ is strong and unequivocal
when he Bald, after outlining what is
to be underatbod by public utilities,
lhat '���These of right are the property
of the state and they must be administered and exploited for the public
Mr. Borden's plea, and that of many
of his supporters In the house during
the sessions of 1904, when the G. T, P.
contract was under consideration, was,
that if the country has to pay for the
construction of the projected transcontinental line, it should own the
same. This argument seems Irrefutable and th only answer which it haa
received is, In effect, that public ownership (if public utilities cannot be
made a paying experiment on so large
a scale. Such instances as the Intercolonial railway and the Yukon telegraph line have been cited as proofs
or the -contention thai public ownership is impracticable.
it has been pointed mi! repeated!)
that the cause of the failure in these
Instances to operate the system on a
profitable basis, has not been because
of any weakness iu the theory Ol pub
lie ownership, but In the Incapable
and Inefficient manner in which the
affairs of the ooncerns have been
handled. In many nf the Uss majestic
of public utilities, and especially In
municipal ownership, sn commonly
successful in their operation, enough
)iuh been demonstrated to prove the
soundness of the theory,
liven the postal department, with
iis boasted surplus of over .1 million
dollars, is an illustration of the sound
nesfl of -the contention that public ownership can be successfully carried on.
The trouble wiih such cases as have
failed to make good, lies in the fact
that the business of the people hns
been mismanaged. Public ownership
has been a synonym for public plunder. It fs notorious that a government
situation is considered by many party
followers to be a sort of asylum fof
people who were born tired, and lhe
Spoils system by which any slight
party service ls to be rewarded with
a soft government "Job" Is responsible
for  many,   if   not  all.  of  the   failures
that have been attempted.
It is true thai publicly owned enterprises, when brought into competition
with private enterprises of the -same
sort, have experienced difficulty In
making ends meet, but such cases
have always been governed by' one important consideration. They have had.
as public enterprises, to enter Into
competition with the well established
and thoroughly organized private corporations. If a new city were founded
and all its utilities were from the first
owned and operated by the people,
there would be no chance for private
enterprise to intrude as a competitor,
provided always that the public business were properly managed. In the
case of a railway, the very magnitude
of the undertaking is an additional
argument for its public ownership. So
patent are all these facts ihat it is not
to be wondered al that there is a
growing sentiment In favor of the
ownership of things, which are for all
the people, by the people themselves,
and such proposition in no way trespasses upon the proper sphere of private enterprise.
Mr. Borden has again shown his
statesmanlike grasp of economic questions when he unqualifiedly endorses
public ownership, and while we do not
know how far Mr. Borden spoke for
the party which he leads, there is no
loom to doubt the rapid growth of
mis sentiment.
In a recent number of the Winnipeg
Tribune, a paper by no means friendly
lo Mr. Horden. it was stated that public ownership is a platform sufficient
in itself to carry any party Into power
and to maintain it in power. It is
suggestive therefore to find that the
first announcement of the provincial
administration was that no grants for
railway purposes would be made out
Of the public treasury and thai so long
as railways ure to be conducted a-s private or corporate enterprises they
must pay their way and the cost of
iheir own const ruction Such sentiment
it unanimous among the Conservatives of Canada would go a long way
to establish the party in the confidences of the people who believe in
lliis principle, and Mr. Borden's stirring ami courageous words will do
much to give a keynote to the coming
t ampaign.
i: can be realized, is that we import
the poorer classes from England. Scotland and Europe instead t.f Chinese.
As though he had said, the poorer
classes of the mother country are only
servile labor anyway, but, because of
certain resemblances to ourselves,
they are to be preferred before Chinese. Then too, he would have sentinels posted at the door ami admit
ouly those who are competent to assume the fullest responsibilities of citizenship.
We submit, that taken together,
these are scarcely the words of a
statesman, at least not a brilliant
statesman. They are lacking in conviction and they do not have that serious ring which the gravity of the situation demands. It is not surprising,
therefore, that he passed the problem
up to ���bis friend" the Hon. Mr. Scott,
the minister of immigration,
Mr. Templeman further states that
��� if Chinamen, Doukhobors, Japanese
or others will not become citizens, he
would put some impediment    In   the
way and make it difficult for them to
come into this Canada of ours." it
must have made his hearers grit their
teeth io hear from the lips of the honorable member of the Laurier cabinet,
bow thoroughly In accord wiih the proposals of the present provincial government he is on the question of alien
���Squally unsatisfactory were Mr.
Templeinau's statements as to the Q.
T. P. He does not make any prom
ises, is not in the confidence ol the
G. T. P. company, but he believes and
hopes that they mean to carry out
iheir contract and keep their word, by
constructing the line to the Pacific
coast within the lime specified in the
contract. But again be assures his
hearers that he makes no promises
that they will do so.
Has Mr. J. J- Hill kept his promises
in respect of the V., V. & E.? Whai
a palpable blunder. If it suits J. .1
Hill 10 build the V.. V. & E. he will
build it, and if il suits him lo build
a few short spur lines and divert the
rich resources and the trade of the
interior to the I'nited States he will
do so. The country will have his
friends, in lhe persons of Duncan
Ross, \V. li. Galliher, and It. Q. Macpherson to thank for the laugh that is
on the other side ol Mr. Hill's face.
And by the same token, the G. T. P,
will do just as they like, building their
line to completion no sooner than they
please. And the country will have the
cabinet of which Mr. Templeman is su
ornamental a member to thank for it
That is the moBt positive assurance
that Mr. Templeman can give us. and
it is far from satisfactory.
The directors of tbe Agricultural
society are busy making their annual
call upon the business men and citizens for subscriptions tn aid of the
teir. They regret the indifference or
a section of the community which apparently is ready to allow all the work
to be done by the directors, it should
be distinctly understood that the work
of originating uud carrying to a successful issue an annual exhibit, such
as Nelson puts up, is by nn means a
light task. The directors benefit personally, UO mon* Ihan any nl Iters In
the business enterprises of the city,
and the people generally. Hearty and
cordial support should be given by
to purohaae the following described lnndi situate in Weit Kootenay District: Commenolng
at a post marked ��� K. Btewart'a N n cotnei
pest," situated near the Junction of Unt arjei
and Bouth Fbrk of Balmon, tbepce -south -m
chalna, more or lesa; thence -.-a.-! **���" chains;
thenc ��� north .-j cbaina. more or lent; tnence
���.vest NM-haiiifl to point of oommeneement.
-jiilino, Aug-lsl Utii, lfl06.
T. II. \tk]n-i>n. Agent.
Notice ts herehv riven that ilxt;
dat.-1 intend to aj.pl v to tbe Hon. Chief Comrola*
lioner i.f Lands ,.n.i Worka rot permission to
parchaeethelollovdngdaecrlbed landa e'tuate In
Weal Kootenay distriet. adkdntng Ihe International houndarv loir, at��.ut four miles eail <>(
the t olumhia river, oommenelng at �� l-ost marked ���_. M. Pi 8. W, eorner," situate t.n thfl international bonndary Une, at the southeast eor-
nerof J. 8. C.Fmaer's land; thenee east (WchaJna.
thence north 60 chains, thenee west HO ehalni,
thence iouth 60 ehains to the plaee of eommeneement. containingtfOaem more or less.
Dated 25th June, 1900. Lavka M. Eraser.
 F, J. O'Keilly, Ajteut;
Notice li hereby given that BO days after date i
Intend to apply to the Hotioratde the Chief Com-
mlHioner of Lands and Works to purchase the
following described landi, 8*1 aeres. more or less I
(���otntneiK'thg m a poet planted on the welt batik
of 1'pper Arrow lake at a point about * mllei below Nakasp, and marked -3. A. H. a��� K.K earner
post; tlience *) chain* wet: thenee 40 chain-.
iouth I thence w chnin-* east, more-vr Imi tolaki
ihore; thence along hike ihore to point of be*
Pated thlifithdavof Bent .IBM,   Q.A.B.HaU-,
00 -lays aftOI date I intend to applj* tp the Honorable tin* thief Commlulonei 01 Landi and
Works, Victoria, B Cto purchaie 640 aotei ol
land iltuate wall ol Arrow lake od the wreit tide
of winu.'han creek an.i joining the north boundary nf 8. J. Auitable application to purchaie.
Commencing nt a post markod k. .1. B. i E eor
tier and running WOI' W chains; I'-eiice north Ni
ehalns; thence east 80 chalm; thence aouth to
point of commencement.
September 2nd 1908. R, J- Ku.n.t.
Notice is iieieby given thai 00 dayi aft- r date 1
intend to aptdj to the Hcmorale Chief Commisaloner of l.alids and Works tor permlaalon to purchase the following deicrlbed lands, situate In
the Wi-st Kootenay dlitrlet; starting from a pott
planted at the N. K. corner ol P. w. Kobinion'i
Application 10 pnrehaae, iii.int-tochninsea.--t.
Hii chains south, DO .'hains weit, 20 chains north.
40 chains went, 20ehalna north, 20 chains east, In
chains north to point ot commencement, containing 1-80 acres.
Dated 18th dav of Auguit, 1906
J). 0. K. Rom n si is,
per KKM-ST W. Kiii.iN.-.N, Agent.
Notice is  hereby given   that   -sixty dayi  after
date 1 intend to apply to lhe Honorable tbe
thief Commluloner of Lauds aud Works for per-
mission   to   purchase   the   followiiiK  deaorlbed
laud on tlu-went shore of upper Arrow Lake and
Joining J. ft. Fceniy'8 pre-emption: Running
weat to chains; thence north sn chainii tbonce
eaat 40ohalns, to Uie ihore ot the lake; theuce
south following the lake shore lo point ol - om-
meneement, containing 8_ acres more or leai,
hated Augmt 19,1906,
11. ft, hUctxon
J. J   Kki.I-V, Agent.
Notice ll hereby given thai sixty days alter
date I intend to applv to the -Honorable tbe
Chief Commissioner o( i.an-i- and Works I ir w r-
mission to purehase the lollowlng deacrlbed
land on the weit Ilde ol Lower Arrow Lake and
joining the south Hue of the Indian Reservation:
Kunuing west 20ehalns; thenei iouth 80 chalna;
thenoe east 30 ohalni. to the shore of the lake;
theuce north following ti.*. lake shore to the
polnl ol commencement, containing 180 acrea
more or less.
DatedAugoatao, 1906, W, B, Mict-oon
        ^_ J    I    Kl]    . -   tgt :.'
_ Notice is hereby given thai I Intend, 60 days
after date to apply to theUonorabh theCbfel
Commissioner of landsand \\ orka for permission
to pnrchase the following descrlbea lamls In
West   Kooteuay  district,  about flVfl milea south
of Burton City, commencing at a post planted on
the -sail bank ol tract C. K . ana marked ������'*. u
Hamilton's B W. Q. post," ainl running north W
chains, thenee eust ho chalna, thene.- sontb BO
chains, thenee west nj chains to place ol beginning, containing 640 aerea ol land, more or less.
Dated this _nd day of August, 1906.
  v,    M   lliv;.!.,',.
Noiiee is hereby given that60 dayi liter -late I
Intend to apply to tin- Honorable Chief Commissioner ot J-an<iB and w,,rk-> for permlaslon to
pnrchase the following deicrlbed landi, situate
in weit *ootenay district:  Commencing at a
DOIt marked "B. dinkey'- N.W. comer post," sit-
mite near the N H. corner of Und applied for by
K.It..theuce south ttchalM, more or lens; theme
eail to chains; thence north *' chains, more or
less; thence west 80e|ialtit to point ot couiuu-nce-
balmo, Augiibl 11, 1'JWi. B  COKXIT,
T. 11   Atkinson. Asi-nt
>otice is herb? given that 60 dayi alter date 1
intend, to apply to tne Honorable tna Chief-Corn-
mlssloner of 1-nnd* and Worki for permlaalon to
pnrohaMtbfl following described lands -itUHte in
Weal Kootenav distrht: Commencing at a post
marked '*lt. (loss's N, W corner posi." iltuate
near the V B, comer of land appHeO for by A.
McLean, thence smith 40 chains, more or Uss;
thence east ��Q ehains; thenee norlh to chains,
more or less;  thence west 80 chains to point of
BalmO, August 11. liXHi R. Ross,
T. H. ATKINSES', Aretit.
Tho -speech of Hon. William Temple-
man, minister <>f tin* Interior, made at
tho banquet ot the Young Liberate1
dtnb of Victoria lust Tuesday evening,
must have been reoelved by even IiIh
ardent admirers, us Bomewhat cIIk-
qdieting. Mr. Templeman has bt en
hm a short time in the Latirler cabinet, imi still sufficiently long to have
been able to oome before his constituents with bo me thing mure definite
and outspoken, both upon iho question
i>r tin.' condition of the labor market
and the construction of the Grand
Trunk Pacific railway, On both these
qu stionK his remarks wort' vacillating and lacked the sturdy assurances
that his friends had a right to hope
for. Mr. Templeman admits that he
has never been very strongly antl-
Chinese. He Uvea on a broader jdnne.
Hi* would not say that we need servile
labor, though he admits there are
some who tio. He did not say that we do
not need servile labor, and his further
discussion of the question, if he was
correctly rejxjrted, leaves room for the
Inference that we tio. He merely suggests that fhe labor demand must be
met from somewhere and IiIh preference, without any real assurance lhat
The Westminster Daily News, on the
Fielding situation, says lhat one of
the most laughable things that has
yet appeared was Tbe Canadian's remark that Mr. Fielding's importance
in the cabinet was not discovered until the finance minister was unseated.
The Canadian replies lhat the most
laughable yet Is the remark of the
News, which is as follows: "Witli respect to his sent In the bouse, the Bti
uation seems to bo unique, The Judges
iii.vi- declared his seal vacant and he
himself, by refusing to appeal, has assented  to the judgment."
Notice I- herd,-, given that OQdaTI utter-lute I
intend to apply tn tbe Honorable Chief Commls*
nloner nl Landi ami Work- mr pennlttloo to jmr-
ohaee the ..Ohming deserlhed lands.innate In
(he West   Kootenaj ill-Uriel, starting from a DOSt
planted at then W.eornorof Xrneslw.Iloblnson'1
Apj>iicatiou to Pnrehaae, and on the north bank
o-T the North fork of ��� og ereek; thene,. Ill ehalna
west, 80 ehains north, l'Ki '-hiiltin cast, to chaini
poti Ui. JO chains weat, -Mi-bains miii I li K) Intersection ol north iii f B, w RobliiMn'iApplication
to Purchase, ihenee 40 ehalni weet snow chain*
f>tith to point of commencement, containing M0
Dated I8lh day of AiutuM, 1KB.
P. W. ttOBtXBOH.
per KiiNm W. EtOBntSOK, Agent.
Notice In herebv Kiven Unit Mxtv day* Bfter
date   1   intend   to  Spplf  lo  the   Honorable  the
chief CommlMloner of Landi and Work* for
permlulon   to    pnrchau  tin*   following do-
nerlbe.1 landl Mtuate in the Watt Kootenay
district, atarlltiK front a jimt planted on the
north   bank nf the Norlh Fork  of   Poi;   creek
them-e BO chalna treat, in chaini-, north, oo ohalna
went, 40 Obaina norih, 80 chains went, .i)ebainn
north. 20 chain* west, 'ki ehuin* north, wi 1 hain*
cant, 90 chains *oulh, W chains east, in ehaiim
*outh. 30 ehalna eut �� nhilni aonth to point 0.
coiuiiieticeuieut, ei.ntainiiiK (iin acre*.
Dated IKth day of Ann'ifl. 1������.
Ksssn w. itoiuvKON
Notice I* hereby kIvcii that Itn day* from dale I
Intend to Hpnly to Ihe ll< rablfl the thief Commissioner of Lands and Work* for permliidoii
Notice Is herebv Riven that sixty days after
'in'-- I Intend to ujijilv to the Honorable the
Chief   Commlaaioner of   Land*  and   Works  for
permlaalon to pnrehaae the following deacrlbed
lands altuate In Weal Kootenay district: Commencing at n poal marked "A-McLean*! v W.
corner post/'aitnate near the N.E. corner of land
ajtjiiicd for by A McLanghlan, thenee south w
ehains, more or less; tnence east m chalm;
ihenee north !������ ehains. moreor less; thom ������ IN -1
**\ chains to point.of eommeucement
Sail  AUgUll tl.l'JUti A. Mel.kan,
T. H. Atmssun. Agenl
Notbr 1* hereb) iriv. 11 that -���" lay* afli 1 .lal.  I
intend lo make application to the Honorable tbe
chief Commlaaioner of i-aiid* and Works inr *...,
in 1-son to purchase the following described lands,
iltuate In Weat Kootenav dletnot: Commencing
at a post marked "A, McLanshlln'l -*��������� w eoruer
jKist," situate near the N K. corner of land applied for hy 1* McArlhur. thence smith 10chalna,
more or lens; theme east 80 chains; theme north
40 chains, more nr less; thence weat 80 chaini to
point of commencement
Salmo, Anglial II, [SOS. A. McLiDGHUK,
T. II. Atkinson, Agent.
Notloe la hereb) given that sixty days from date j
I inteml toawU'to M.e Hon Ch Jflf Commluloner
of Landsand Worka for i.ernnsslon to purebaae 1
the following described lands situate In ww
Kootenav lu-trict, adjoining the international
boundary line, about lln- milea east of the Columbia river; commencing at a poat marked K
Q'l s W eoruer. oil the international Is.umlary
line at Laura M. im-er-M-uthca-i corner, ihence
north .-yi ehain-. th-nee east t(l chains, theme
south  BU chains,  thence  west  4(( chain- to the
place of commencement, containing KB aerea
moreor lesa.
Dated ..'.III June, I'.Mi IUI I'll ir j LLKhPI K.
Kotiee is hereby given tbal aUty dart aftfli
date I intend toappfi to the Hon. I hid comnu-
sioner of Land- and  Works for permlaalon to
purehaae the follow ing  described    lands   iu
the West Kootenav distriet, south ol the Peud
d'Oreille river; Commencing at a posl marked
0. B'l S. B. corner, situated on the trail near
Hear ereek about a mile from the international
boundary line, tbeuce wesi Ml chains, thence
north nucha ins more or lesalo the I'end d'Oreille
river* thenee following the south hank ol the
I'end d'Oreille river tioutheaat ��0 chain*, morn
orlsaai theuee south ki chains, more or len-to
the place of eomiiR-nci'iucnt, containing 650
acres, more or leaa.
Dated 5th Julv, lflUb. chahi.es BlBSIL
K.JO'Klelly, Agent.
KotlOfl la herebv given that sixty days a.'ter
date 1 Intend to apply tothe Hon. Chief Cuinmli-
Sionet of l.ami* and Unrk* for jn-rtnlssiolt to
purchase the follow I tta di-ni-rlU-d lands, in
the Weal Kootenaj District, east ol and a>i-
lolning J a"" - v Maekeuaie 1 lamit commenolng afa poat marked A.s'aB, X. cornflr, on tbe
south bank of the l't-nd d'Oreille river, Jusl
above thfl mouth of the salmon river, theuce
weat 80ehalna, thence north 00 chains more or
li -- to thfl I'eml d'Oreille river, thei following
the aouth bank of the aald river ln a southeasterly direction to thu place ol oommeneement,
containing B0 acrea, more or leas.
Dated Itn July 1906 Artiivk Si hsku-kk.
Notice ta hen by given thatalxt] dajra after date
1 inteml to aiiply to the Hon. Chief Commlaaioner
01 Lands and Works for permlaalou In purobase
tu-' lollowlng deacrlbed lamls in Weat Kooteuay
Di.-irici south of the Pend d'nreille mer. Commencing at t poal marked B. T. M'a, N. K. corner
onthoaouth f.ank of the Peud d'Oreille river,
about a mile ami a half east o[ the mouth of 1'lsh
ereek.   thence   south   SU  ehatlis. theliee   west M
chains, thenee north 40 chalna more or leaa to
Lho I'-'iid du'rcillc river, thence following the
south hank of  Ho -aid   river   In a norlheuMerly
direction to-the plaoe of commencement,oontainlng 48n aerea, mon* or leas.
Dated Snd July 1S06. Kh.a T, Maikkniik.
Abthuh Bi hnkm-kh. Agent,
Noiiee )- hereby given ihat 00 daya after date 1
intend to applv to the Hon chiel I ommlaaioner
of [.amis ami Work- ior permlaalon to purchase
the following described lands,iltuate in West
KOOtenay   District  lOUth  of the   I'end d'OralUfl
river; Oommenelng ai a posl marked A. B.M's. N.
W. eorner situate at lhe south bank of the I'end
��� I'i ireille river at Klla 1. MacKenzic'* north east
corner post, thence iouth80chains, 'hence east
80 ehains, tnence north ni ehains more or less to
the Pend d'Oreille river, tbence west 80chains,
followiiiK thfl bank ol the aald river to the j>hice
of oommencement, containing (>tu acres, more
or less.
DHtcI'Jnd Julv i��W. A. B Maikknzik.
A-ronm Si hnkiokr, Agent
Notice is hereby given tbat sixty dan after date
I Intend to apply to tbi Hon Chief Oommlttlon<
er of Land- anl Work- for jK-rmissioii to purchase the rollowlng deacrlbed lands iltuate In
Weal Kootenaj Dlatrlct, south ol the I'end
d'Oreille rner. commencing at a jiost marked
M. H'i s  E.corner, situate on the south bank
of the I'end d'Oreille river al James N. Mackcm
ste'a toutb weit corner, tbenoe south ino ehaim,
thence we-t ni chains, thence north TO chains,
moreor leaa tothe lend p'Oreille river; ihence
following the south bank of the said river in an
easterly ami northeasterly direction to the place
of oommencement, con tain tb| mo acre*, moreor
it --
Date Brd Julv, 1906,        Mi.gff-.SfT Harcocrt.
Arthur Schneider, Agent.
Notice U bereby given that sixty day* after date
I intein' to applv to theHon Chief Commissioner
,���( 1.and- antl works for Msnuaalon toporehasfl
the fotlowin^ deacrlbed land* in West
Kootenaj Dlatrlct, south of the Pend d'OralUfl
rner, commencing at a post marked J.N. M>
S. W, eormr. iltuated OH the south bank of lbe
I'end d'Oreille river, opposite the mouth of ]..
Mile Cre.-k; thene- east si) ehains, thenee north
411 chains rn..re or less to the Pend d'Oreille river,
thence following lbe south bank of theaaid river
iu a weaterly and aauthwesterly direction to the
place ol oommencement. containing BR) acres
more or less.
Dated Bid July, loos.     Jahks n, iCaanvsn,
Arthur Schneider, Agent.
Notiee 1. bereby given that twomontha after
date I Intend to nhply to the Honorable the Chief
Commlaaioner ������! Landa and Works for a Lease of
all that laud beiutc the foreshore adjoining sub-
��� Iivi-ioii- 1, 8 and I of Lot 3011, Group one (I)
Kootenav. uml being on the south shore ol the
West Ann ol Kootenav lake, in the district ol
Koolenay :
Commencing at a poit marked "A. K, Watte1
lontheaat corner j>n*i"; thence fin chalm west.
thee ��� W rhalni north; thence ��* chatna east;
thencfl - I Chaini south tothe place of commencement; the snnl   laml and foreshore to be be un >1
for sawmill purpoaea.
Dated this -1st dny of Auguit, 1W6.
A. B, Watt*
Notice is hereby given that w days after data
I intend to apply 10 the Chief Conimls*iuncr of
Lands and  Works for permission  to jiurchawc
the following described landa, altuate In Weal
Kootenav dlatrlcl: Commencing ni�� poal marked J. MeArtbur's N.W.curlier poll," iltuate Dear
tlie N. Y. corner of land applied for by A turner.
thence ��otnh in chains more or lem| thence eaal
���0ebalna; thene- north 40ebalna, more oi lesa;
them e weal BO cbalm to jm>1ui of 1 om meneement.
Halmo, AUgUSt 11, 1000.
.1   Ml AH1IH H,
T. II   ATKINMiK, Ageut,
Notice la hereby given thai 60 days after date
I intend, to apj-ly to thfl Honorabletlic(1ilel
Commluloner ol Land* and Worki forpermls-
���Ion lo I lirehase   the   follow 111ir 'b-,*nb, if landi
situate in the Wet Koolenay district; Commencing at a poet marked "A  in-uer's n.w eurner
post." sltiiulcl at Ihe N. K. conic- of html a|i-
l.lle.l   for  by   K. Htewarl,   th.'ticc south 40ebalDB,
more or less, thenee eaal ho chains; thence nortb
lUchaltH. more orloUi   I hem fl we-l B0 OhfllDI lo
point rd commencement.
Balmo, B.C . .vugu-t 11 iiwo. A, TciiNt.it,
T H atkis-on, Agent,
Notice i* in rebj given that 00 dayi after date 1
intend toapply tothe Honorable too 1 hlel Commlaaioner of Undi ami Works for permlaalon in
purebaae tbe following described laml In West
Kootenay Dtet'lci about seven miles south of
Hurton city: < ominonettig ai a poal planted nn
the east bank ol Trout creek and marked Mr-,
w 11. -Hamllton'i B. w c post and rutniini;
north80 chain-; thenee cast ho ehalni; thence
south Nl (hains; ihenci- West HO  eJni'lls  to   |>h	
of iK-giimltiK, 'oiitainlnt- (Mn acre-, more or  less,
Daied this 22nd ilay of Aiujnst, 1000,
Mrs W. II   Hamilton
W. II, Hamilton, Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that ('���0 da)'* after date I
intend io apply to the Bon. tin-1 htef Commlaaioner of Land- and Work* for permission u>
plirChaae lbe following deserlbed land* in tho
West Kootenav dlatrloti beginning at a J-oM
marked H. Hell's M. K. corner, about two miles
cast oi the KhIiiioii river, und half a mile Irom
the ivmi d'On uie river, thonoe80ehalna north,
10 chalna weat, 80 ehalns south and 401 liains easi
to place ol beginning.
Dated 27th day ol July. 1000. R. B. BlU..
BUty days alter date I intend to appiv to u.e
Commissioner of Land* aim Works, Victoria, lo
pnrehaae 180 acrea of land.  Commencing ai a
jiost planted on tho weal sh-n- of Arrow i.nke. ���i
the south east eoruer of J J �� hrls'te's juiri h��*e,
runiilng north HDehalu*, Ihcme cast W ohalna,
thence south an ehalna, thene*- west Ho chains to
tilacc nf coiiirnt-meiiieiil.
Located May.wb i'J06.
A. i'Atitir..
L. tial.UoilBR, I^icator.
Notice is hereby given that 60 dayi alter dale I
Intend to H|J>lv to the Hon Chief Commissioner
<>f Land-Mmi Works for ]>erinl8*lon to purehtH
the following deaeribed land*, situaled in the
Kootenav district: Commencing at a post marked "BBW B, K comer." planted oil the shore of
Lower   Arrow    lake,   about   QUA   mile  south   of
Gordon creek (Johnston ereek,) thence nortb m
chalna, thence west *_w chains, thence souih to
chalna, thenre. east ai chains to point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or leaa,
andcomprlalng abandoned pre emption No.-870.
flaked Ibis _llh dav of August, 1808,
     A. K. WoLV-tBTOW, Agent.
Nollee Is her, bv nlveti that 00 dayi imni data 1
Intend loapply to the Honorable ilu-chiei com-
mlssloner of Landi and Works, for permlulon to
purchase the following described IhiiiIs, siluale
in tm-district oi w-aet Kootenay,adjoiningu>l
T'.ii on tho weal arm of Kootenaj lake, commencing at the initial posl piaeed at the southwest
eormr of Lol 700, theuce north 20 chains, thence
\ves[   M  ehain-.   theliee   south 30 chat]]*, theme
easl 20 chains lo jiolnt of commencement.
Dated Aug. I.'.th, ItMi. .Iamks Pkmt.k.
Notice li herebv given ihai B0dayi after data I
im. nil toapply to tin- Honorable the Chief Commissioner of l-anda and Worka for permlulon to
purehase the following described lumls; Commencing at a post marked "J. a 0. H' B. W, oorner," piaeed at the northcasl oorner of Ixit 8801
running >ui ehalns north; ihence ho cbalni ragtl
thence Wi halm aouth 1 ihcnce B0chalna west to
poim of cobimeocemont, <*ont*��itiiug 040 acre*
more or leu,
Dat il the 2tal day of July 1908,
J. A. O'Hkm.i.y.
Notleo la hereb) given that 60 days alter date
I Intend   lo appl)    CO   the   Honorable   (he   Chief
Cominiiionero] 1 audi I Worki for j.ermlssh.u
tn imrcbaac the following deaerlbod lauds In the
\\e��t Kootenay Diitrloi:   Commencing *t a t - -t
iinir.s.. 1 " Krenche'i Land h. k. corn. 1 placed
m*nr c. c. |-,     tK g, Yt, corner, Ibenee .-Hst su
chalna, thenoe t, -tb 10 ohalna, thence west ho
chalna, thence aot tn U chains to place of eommeneement,
Dated'JUth day of July I0DS.        T. It  PllBcH.
B)   ANMtKW AlUK, Aireiit
Nollee || herehv given that 00 (lav- afler dale I
intend loapply to (he Honorable the Cblel Commlaaioner ol Landa and Worka for permlulon lo
purchase the loiiowing deaeribed land* in the
Weal Koolenay dlatrlet, near Burton City; cum
mencing at a poal planted at theaoutheut corner
of i-eorge Bud*on'i   pre*emptlon claim,  ami
marked llany 0. TclllUCtOtt'l N   EC, C jest, nud
running souih 40 chains, thence west X)cbalni
thenc irih 40 chalna, thonoe eaat ao chaini to
place ol beginning, containing 80 aorea of land.
moreor le--
Dated IhlSlOth day of Migust, UN*.
Ha anv 0, Touinoton.
Notice l- hereby given hat 60 dan after date I
Intend to make application to the Honorable the
chi��d ''ommtulonet of Landsand Worki fur net*
mlulon topurnhue about loo aerea of land situ
ated on the salmon river, West Kootenay district,
commencing at a -..hi markeii,- h Buttert N !���;.
Cpmor. planted Oil lbe west bank of the river
aboul P., tulles north of the international tauinil.
nry, thflnco we*i twi chains, tbence 80 chnim.
south thenee east about w cbalni to thflitlvet
thence northerly along the river lo place of com-
meneement. o,,���m
August 18th, lUOfl. a. k. ButTIB
      '[��� 'I  Aikinsiin. Agent.
Sixty day*  after  date I Intend 10 B-DDlV lo ihe
' hief commissioner of Undi and PW6rfi a
Vietoria, forpermiulon to purchaie one hundred
and ahtty (164) aerea of lan-J.Iocalcd and ' ��� crib'
od a* follow*: Commonolng at * poitnlanted
oighiy (80) chains oaal of the N w.Vorn'rij
Bulge' i pre emption and marked "C B C'iNV.
eorner/' and  running  eaal   forly  n��ii ehnins'
Ihenee   south   fori)   (Ih) chains, tl.,-1 KOWi      i)
Hialns.,,0-nce north forly (,,!> chains loj.iaiVoi
-/iilv 7. IW CK.CHRiNTia.
The Biggest and Beit Ever.
SEPTEMBER 19, .0,21,11
Horse Races, Lacrosse Tournament and other attractions.
The Largest Fruit, Vegetable and Mining Eihibits
tn the Province.
D. C McMORRIS,        J. J. MALONE,
Nutlet- Is hereby given lhat dl day* after date I
Intend to apply to the Hon. lbe Chief Commli
si r of Uml* and Worka fof ponnlSSJOD to pur
chase ih.- following described lands ln wesl
Kootetuy district, province of ltriii��h Columbia;
Commencing at a po*i marked "William 'lolling
ton's northwest cornei post," *aid ju-st la-tng
plauied at the southwest corner of tlie "Queen
Itinera) Claim," and a-ijomiug Uo- ea-t In f
M< I'hail's pre-emption, tbence aouth tweni) (-")
chain*   along   said   line,   ihenee  ,-asl forty (10)
chaius, them-,- norih twenty 130) chains, thenee
Wesl forty (40) Ohalni nmre ,.r less, lo lhe plsOC of
DaMd 1st '��ay of August, VM*..
William Toujkotok,
By his agent J. E.Taylor.
NotlOfl Ii hereby given that sixty days after
dale I inteml to applv lolhe Hot). Chlel Commls-
���loner ol Landa and Worka for permlulon to jmr-
cbase the (oiinwitiK described land* attuate in
West Kootenay  dlitrlet; Commencing at a pntl
marked J. II. vaniione* B B corner post, altuate
lit the Salmon Klver Valley, al a jadtil adjoining
J. Meeeher's land at Western boundary, Ihenee
west to chains, thenee north -Hi chain*., thenc
east hii ehalns, lhetice south 40 chain-, to j>olnt of
July J4th, 1008, J. H. Vavstonk.
1. II. Atkinson. Agent
Sixty day* Kfu.r date I tnlend to apply io thfl
lion. Chlel Commluloner ol Landa and Works,
Victoria, to purchase 4U acre* of land: i on,
mencing at a poll planted al the City of N. laoU'a
power plant lot B, K corner jatst, on Kootenay
river, thenre 'Jti chains souih, theuce well JO
hain*, thence north JJ chaini. theuee eail ki
906. K   J.CfHHAN.
chains lo point id comm
Nelson, B.C., Aug. 8,14
Notice is given thai 80daya alter date I Inlcnd
toapply to the Honorable tio- chief Commissioner ol i ate!- and Worki for permission io
iiiirchase the following deserlbed lands in the
West Kootenay District: Cummcueing at a j-o-t
marked 0, C. I'oyntz Und S K (.-rner placed
near the I'end d'Oreille rUer ai BoundS-T) ��� ;��� ��� k
east nide of Salmon nu-r. Ihence east w ehain-.
along the Iniernatlona! Boundary Line, ihcnce
n .rth 40 chains, thence west 80 (hains. thence
-.outh IU chains to Place ol commencement.
Iiatt-d theftKh ol July |��W,.        c. c, I-ovxtx.
 Hy Axi'REW Ami:, Agent.
Noiiee I* hereby given that two months aftei
date I Intend to apjily to the Honorable the
Chief Commissioner of   Und* ami  Work* for
permission to pnrahaM the following deserlbed
land* situate on th-.- weal arm of Kootonaj Lake
In the DiKirlctnf Weat Kootenay: Commencing
Ht a jhj*i marked -William Kuerby's N W. pout;"
Ihence west twenty (ki) chains; thence south
twenty RB) chains; thence east tWentl ('JO)
chains; llienee north twenty ('JOl ehain--  Io the
j'oint of eommeneement, eontaltung forty <eo)
acres, tnore or less.
Dated July 7, 19UG. I. (i. Nxi^os.
Notiee is hereby given lhat fa) days alter .late, I
intend to apply to the Hon. chief Commisaloner
of l-amls ami Work* for pcrmluton to jmrchase
the following deeerlbed tract of laml situate in
West Kooteuay Dutfletl���Coanmenclng at the
southwcil comer ot Ixii 7,:-WI); thenee runlng
west 4U chaius; lbence north 3D ebalna; thence
west 40 chains; theuce north'J) chain-; Ihenee
east  HU  ehalns;   tlience soutli   ��) ehain- tO polnl
of eommeneement, containing _!4ti aorea, more or
hated at Nelion. II C, (his ttrd day of July.
i'JW. Mahv sVanlan.
per k c. Green, Ageni.
Notice is herehy given t hat iiO .lav - after date
1 intend to applv tothe Hon Chief Com in l-ioner
of Landsand works foi permlMlonto imrehase
lbe following deserlbed laud- In ..>���-*. Kootenay
dlatrlet, Minth of the Pendd'OralUerlrer, eaal ol
1 l-h ereek, conillieticlin; at a pOSl marked K. W,
M'sN   W   corner,  alioul   half a mih-ea-t of the
trortheasi corner of Lot 44H, Q. Lf thenee south
40 chains, thence cast m i hain-.. tOOUCe north l.i
ehain-, thenee west H) ehain* U) thfl place Ol
eoiiimeiiceineiit, containing ;-!'2il acres, more or
Hated 2nd July tillfi Krki. W. Hammicht.
AKTIii'H BcttKBIDtR, Ageni
Notice Is hereby given that -m\ daya aftor date
I Intend to apply to the lion.chfef c mission
erof Lands ami Works for i-erini-slon to purchase the foil.,wing doserloed  land* m \.est
Koolenay hlslrlct, south of Ihe I'end d'Oreille
river, oommenelng at n posl marked A p\ N W
corner, situate.) at tin- soiithwewt eurner id 1 o|
44-0,0. L. thene,-east HO eliains, thenee south tin
Chains,   Ihenee   we-l   -Vi ehain*, lhetice north (Wl
chains to the plaee of oommencement, oontaln-
ing INI acre-, more or le*s.
hated Nth June, 1'itlfi. AXDtll Kiu-kh,
r. J.O'Reilly, Agent.
Notice is hereby given that On dayi after date I
Intend toapply tothe Honorable the chief Cm
mer of Land-, and   Wnrk- for perm Iml nn to
le-erii.ed landi iltuate
punhasfl the following d.
In    West   Kootetia\    I'istr:
post  maiked  ������(' McA
. McArlhi
il -
( ommencng at a
lilt's   N. \\ . eornei   post
ner of iiiiiii applied for
nth III Obalns, mote  or
ains;   lhetice   north    lo
chains, mce or leasithouoe wut BO chaini to
point of i ommoneomoni
Salmo, It, C , Augusl ilih, IflOS,
I'  Ml A .'.TIM it
T. II. Atkinson, Agent.
Slily days after dale I Intend to appla to the
CommlMloner ol Landi and Works, Victoria, to
purohaae 100 acrea of land, iltuate and deaerlbod
a* follows; Comment?!ng ata poei pianidi on the
west side of Arrow hike Opposite I ailbooClty, at
or near the loulhwest i orner of H. Ilnlg j.ur
chase, and murked "(I. M, A , H   K, corner," and
running nonh 40 ohalns.thenoeweat4uehalna
loll. A ii liable * [iur. base, thenee soutli in chain*
moreor less to the like shore, thence along lhe
lake shore to |>la [ beginning,
August -__th, !��""'��� tt, M. ANNAin.s.
Nothe is hereby given that r-tt days afler date I
intend toapply to the Honorable the Chief Commluloner of Lands nml Works, Vieiurla, lo purchase ho ,ieres of hmd, situate ahoul one tulle
cast of Iturton City ou the cant ilde of Arrow
lake, H ml described as lol low*: Couimetielug al a
poat planted at the northeaal oorner of Lot QSfiO,
theme north '20 ehalni, thenee west I'i chains,
Ihenee soutli 90 chains,  thi'ltce east 40 0ha.ni to
jiiace of beginning
August _ thtI0W. .1. K. Ilt'STKll.
Notice Ii herehy given thai slxtv dav* Irom
date i intend to apply to the Hon! chdf Com-
mlssloner ol Lands and Works for permission
to [.iirehn-c the following descrila-d iRiid* slt-
nale lu West Kootenay Dlitrlot, between the
I'end d'Oreille river am) the international
boundary line, Hbout three miles from lhe Columbia river. Commencing al a poll marked
.I.S.C. K'm H. W. corner situate on th- liitertia-
llhtiul hmimlarv line, about half a mih- easl of
the east buundarv of the N. ,V I*'. H. Uy. laud*:
thence north 40 chains, ihenee east 80 chains,
tlience south 411 rhaliu-, thenee west Mi ehains, to
the placoof commencement-, oon mi Ding 830 acre*,
mon- or b--.
Dated 24th Juno, IW. J. H, ('. Kkaskk,
F. J. O'Kollly, Agent.
Noiiee is hereby glTtn that no �����, l(1.,rt,.���
intend to inake apj.lleation ,,, ,h,/f,*"J'**l
Chief Commisaloner or UqdaSwSffa
mlulon  to purchase 840 aerei uiu   '"_
h-triei ol Wesl Kootenav.
,1.1.1 Ail   ,���,   Ih,.  a-MlHh   lldC
m-irieioi ��,e-i siiiiii'iinv,,' nio���iMlt   _"
planied on the sonth iidS'ol -rfiSSSSifl
the miernaiioiiai boundary lm-, on, ,���i l^
miles east fi the Wmon'-lVa-SSg
K   A,tams *ouihea*i oorner," th.;i,. ,;-'
Chains,   theuee   north   ���*>  e],���ni.    0,t-rifT��_ *o
chalm, thence south to chum. .
In. IieellU-Ill.
Bi mo K Atma ___��
perK.II. ii.^...,.WA|m
DfltOd Ibis'Jib dayol Jul),  |��2      *  l
Nothe Is hereby given that Hztt en_m
dale I intend loipplito the ll.iiiorilrirtifi
Comm Iss toner of l*ndi and Wurkifi.ru. _Z
to purchase the followliig dewrlU-<l Of^S
m  Wesl  Kooteuay district: Hegitniiiiit'iS
planted at ibe northwest rorner of _��(sQ
hog Creek, theliee south 4(�� ehain-., thnm
40 ehain- Hi re ,.r let-, ihenee ]|.,rilt_Z
more or h*s*, thene,- ea*i to i��kc .KiJ.
i.hn . of 1/eglUliing, the same It iM-nta],*
brace what is known as ihe Hensog yr^rrm.
hate-1 July v iww. Qn itjj
Notice Is herehy given ihm .:. ,,J,
the date I intend to anj.lv to tba C_iWQm|
���loner of Landi and work* Vletorta, hi
sion  to imrehase the folluwiitt -!.-,-���-.
situate in  the district ol <Wfl|| Kootoi
��� ���f '.rohmail Creek : Starting at a js>mi ud
John  White's   S    W.   rorror,   i-l��r,t-J ij^
chalna south oi J. tfaione'i melkmsi
running norih "in rhalni, tbenei IMI I
ihence soutli .if chaini. theuce wnt-.ru
jaiint of eoniii,euceuieut. J.jH5 "Ai
June 11.1008. J.rsim, Ami
r'lity dayi alter date I Intend hupplrtib
Hotiotable the Chief ComiulMlrm.r nf uiriifll
Wor->s, Victoria, to purchasf :'l" ��rrtiDfk_t
.,....*������! and -l. -.Tii.. -1 as ���'...-��� BtL_(-K
northeast qnarter of Hwllon twenty-U��. ul
tip-iouth half of lha northwest ������ uulrrhoe
twenty three, Tow ushlpnixty-nlte.. tn.laOS
described as fdlowi: < ,.,iiir,-ie \it ��: i j$t,
markei] J J. N W corner, mnl plinwerice
east Of thfl norlhwt-il comer of Viv>sm��
two and rounllig cast ;��� ��� h-.;:,-. :, . ��� ����� ~f
(halm, theme east 40 chalm, tbt-tesiftl
chalm, th.tiee west tn chains, ibwMttO
��� ham* to plaoe ol beginnlug-
Auguat -'lit. 1906-                      jAMft^MtM,
 W. A. Cahler.lt*-	
Notice is herehy given thatNi-aiiTiiwi-fcl I
inteml   in  ajiplr   to the HonunUi tbi CM
I omir.lsslom-r of I_aiid�� attd   ffurki l�� K*
sion to purehase the followlug il-wrlt**-! l��*i  '
tltiiateil Hi Ihe Wesl Kootetuv .!l*tr;iT.��<3>k*an_(
C. L. ivarsoii'son the north, ��'*��� nl naiaiMI
-1 uart.-r mllei from the Pendd'OftfUirtwt ����
menetng at a i��.-.t markeii C K. liMwdlita
corm-r poet, loenee >*�� chain* mmk.ibtmte
ehaius we-t,  ihenee  sn ehslnj wmlh.I6.M-i
ehalna easl to place oj eommeooiMBl
I^sated the 1st dav of Angtiat, Ud
IlKSXiN Riirt>,A|����^
Notice i* hereby given that Midiynftt-fW'l
Inn-nd toapply tothe Hutmr-.blelhet'hidf'aa-
mlsslonei pi Lands and fforss for i*nnl����w*>
purchase lhe following described im-l la ����
Kootenav histrlct nboul six iniU-i south of t��
ion city: oommenelng at a j����*-t i-imtui����l"
,-H��t bank of 'from creel an-i marked I ������ m
er��sN W  0. Poat and running -*B_H
Ihem, east NO chains;   Ihenee imrlli �� rhiW,
ih. me weataocbaiui lotbe plaeeef remiam*
menl, eonlaining CHI acres, more or !��� -���
hatct thii _nd dayol August. W-*- ^
W   II   HAJHLWO.-t|Wt
Wotloa U hereby elTen that lUty dayi aflrrfl
i Intend toapply (othe Hon ciiieli��m��ia*e
erol  uud* and   W..rk-.bir i-riiilwau.lol*J
chase the I wing deerrlted UwU Is JJ
 tenay Dlitrtetjmnthol the  vn.i ��� i<*���*
river, oommenelng at a posl marked p. k s��-
n w eorntr.sltnatodonthi wnthbaakjjfj
i'eml d'Oreille river at Jam- W.MlrtjJJ
lOUtbweal corner;  theuee , a-t *i<-ha n��.����� JJ
iouth* chain*., ihcnce areal 10 ehslm,Usg]
north �� chains to the place ol eonuaaisW*
eonirinlng li'-Oacr- s more or Ic*
hated Jrd July 1W��.     h->*n-K >^'^L
ARTiii'R BQDfiroa,-M�� _;
Notice is hereby given thai Wdsyi ���^f*1
Intend toappy to tha Honorable the ca��"J5
mlsslsneroJ^lindaand f ortote QNH
purehaae the following deacrlbed 'Vi'ivt*
mencing st a poal marked "J �� ���" ������ Afr9l
ner," placed oo tbe easl there of \**"JlJL
Lake �� oorthweal oorner of J   MggjL
plication io Porebsse, rnonlngibc^*���K
out! thence Un rhalni north;   ll'11',^*1. "!n|
moreor h-v*. wesl to the bike slum. ���     '       Bli
lOWlftg  Iake*ho,B  lo   poi*3'   "'   ""ll"
 tnltiliig:i-<i acres inoiei.r Iwa
Haled tbei'liddsy Ol July. W"
No la hereb) given thai *^\$gflm
pnrel lis-- t .���niM.ii-.Mi.s-.iis"   'i|(ll
���>, tbe,Mtllll.ol Ain.ss  tta. ��� "���"       I,,.,
lha sli�� rues s.i A A iinin:l>' ������s,
thonoa ."mis lw��n�� .���is��i"-- "���'';   ,",',,..��
,1  .bantu nortl ssss' <>���-"���-'- _   , ��� -,.
tws-lllv. Hulls, i 'I" ':''���"" ""
l,sllilll��*lsisTs"  lisssTi'S !��������� ,, BtUlts
btta.epto-ib_n.iw  .,'; ���;,.,���!
[NT N    lo M' '* * ���"
,���.[i, Ine ���'
tillsslllK It'-s'isiis's-. nsn"1
iiiiis>,i Npt-mb-r i.i1-"-
, , ,..,|s|.i> ...
mlulonorol ! ��ia.i�� M...I �����������-- ���
pureh-tu lha isill.saviiiu ilaio{���'������JJJj
,,si ih,. owl s-isii' ol Arrow 1���� ���'. ,,mMt.
Uss. norlhowt oornoi o * ���� ''"> ���,��� i.si;
thonoo nortii '"��>���''V"1"'._,.. tb�� _
ohalni, theaoa h,.,iii. fori) ''"���[';; ,,.,,,, <���''���
[���rly   ,.|ss,lllis   lis IH.IIH   ssl   issliSliis'ss.
~~mi,i ''Tssis-r mn"*
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.   , ,.., Imv. .Ileisl,w
NssiH's. i�� -.reby riven tna �� �����.    ,,.���-,i.
Intend i������|,|siv is, iin-ii,i,sni�� -i;   '..���,������,f*-
.Inni-rol J.Hinl��alli! "'"k"," , I ���,,'s. .llilliw*
,-llHi.s- (III- lollOWlni .!.--.. H.. 1 .1 ���,,11,||ii Illlll- ea u 'ii Af'"*,"'','���', , 11..-I. i*""!
poel iiissfisissi a. v.s'i;";' ���;;'��;! ffii-fffl
...lltll   iTly .-Illllll.. loll_*M.,OI lirMll."
En larri thenco eaat ality*��    -J��� ,������.��'���
���i QaMbefdl Oreekl  ',',,.1.���"'"���"""
H...1S nMs-ixiy jh.ini to    '",,.,.
ins-Hi iiniiiiiiii-a ��"';."��� '""J, l:u .M.o."1'
Bated Beptember 1-|',*''N D���m w"v���
MoU-a a herebj mvi-n "'��<'!'**%. &��
,    ���iii'.i..H..-viiiii-i'-'1''1;'';      I,*'"
rs'nss!  ns������l���,l"'.r.ll..llM        1D,.,MJ
i. Ii ft cbelna, tbenc, . ^,, hHl���,i��i''��lJ
no,n, ,i, obalm. ihonra >"���"",,,'���,.���.,..��'��''!
com, -mi-ii-, >'������"'" "'"" !��� is.siir '"
ii-isss; Hiijsiiii-s'iii the eul ni a-'>"
M_|B,OTWS sl")' 0l AUK'-' >**���' ff.To".
N.M.W, �����*
A The Daily Canadian
srry a completo .lis
id   l-lsiiss-ur.
- nl Hisrelajis Wlnel,
ClIIlllSllHIl    Wlii..N
. Bear, Llssuora
mi'l WhBkiM
��� ,Bii buy "NH boWe Port. -hurry. OUrat, Brasish
ile ,,i Btout, s" any Ina-nsaieil quantity you der
>���. 'lln, Hum, R>��, Scotch,
1^, bpmonb ago. Pi 0 BOX |0_0
aerial Bank of Canada
Head Office    ~
l,,ini.  \l -11I0I41'/KI- ��� *.*i.U0a.r>H<J. CAPITAL PAID UP
* kkst |4,S8o,ooo.
D it WII.KIi:, President. HON, ROBERT JAFPKAY, Vice-President
Branches in British Columbia:
BOWHEAD, .J-.,.!*,?.K'_.,. N.1'','.!.,.'N-....!tKv'--^S'l'()KK
trout lake,
Dent-tit- rsi-i'ivi-fl and info-mat allowed nt
t ami credited 'naif-yearly.
|-VKI.��<��   UMA^CH J.    M.
urrent rtttt'M fnnn dat- of opening nc-
LAY,  MtinttKur.
Rebuke of Pharisees' Contempt for the
Publican���Services Announced
for Tomorrow.
��. Burns & Co.
��� Ibrk-tl in   Kinwlnnil,  Tmil,   Nelson, Knu'm,   Sandon, Three Porks, New
Denver nnd Slocan City.
arssfui attention.
Head Office: Nelson, B. C.
Budweiser Beer
DISTILLERS, 12 and 20 years old.
Tomorrow will l>e the fourteenth
Sunday after Trinity. Next Friday
will be the festival of the Apo-atle St,
Matthew, the publican, whoBe calling
by ChriBt, and the criticism of it by
the PharUec-B, are recounted In hl-a
own gospel. To the Pharisees' re-
proa-ch for Hla speaking with the de-
spisyd ciasses, Christ quoted: "I will
have mercy and not sacrifice," and
bade them ponder its meaning, It le
one of muny rebukes administered by
thu Lord tu the complacent self-righteousness of the I'huriset'K who boasted
of correct conformity with the ceremonial law -and trealuil all other
classes  with contempt.
'Ilu* gOlpfi] lor tomorrow contains
the sloiy of the cleansing of the IU
lepers, only one <>r whom returned to
glVfl thanks uud praise, "and he was a
Samaritan," one of Hevera] passage*-, In
the New Testament in which ojaphaaifl
is laid upon the Ingratitude uud hardness of heart uf lhe chosen iieoplu iu
Gpntrast with the humility and humanity (��f the neighboring peoples, notably
the Samaritans.
The following services are announced
for tomorrow in the churches of Nelson:
Church of England���St. Saviour"s,
cor. Waul and Silica streets; fourteenth Sunday after Trinity; holy communion, 8 a. m.; morning prayer and
holy communion, 11 a. m.; children's
service, 2:30 p. m.; evensong, 7;:>0 p.
in,   ltev. \<\ II. Graham, rector.
.toman Catholic���Church of Mary Immaculate, corner of Ward and Mill
streets; Low mass, 8 a. m.; high mass,
10:30 a. m.; evening service, 7:80 p. m.
Rev. Father Althoff, priest.
Presbyterian church���St. Paul's, corner of Victoria and Kootenay streets:
Morning service, 11 a. m.; Sunday
school, 2:30 p. in ; evening service, 7:30
p. tn.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. tn. Rev.
J. T. Ferguson, minister,
Methodist church���Corner Silica and
Josephine streets: Morning service, 11
a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday Bchool, 2:30 p. m. Morning subject, "Some Vital Facts in Spiritual
| [Experience"; evening, "Promotion; a
Sermon to Young People."
Baptist church���Stanley street, near
Mill: Morning service, 11 a, na.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school,
2:30 p. m. Rev. E. H. Shanks, pastor.
Salvation Army���Barracks on Victoria street, west of Josephine: Special services for tomorrow. Knee drill,
9 a. in.; holiness meeting, 11 a. ni.; a
praise meeting at 3 p. m.; salvalioa
meeting at 8 p. m.
in.-, tbence 160 chains north, to a point of com*
Dated July 19th, 1��06. B. B. Miohtos,
per JaoltBon K-.f_c.lHIe, Agent.
No. 2.���Comment-inn ata p^ist planted on the
���_oullieat>t enrner atxiut ��.lf*ltt miles from KoOt
nmyl-kton BU Milt- creek, thence running 40
chaini. went, thenc* lfi* i-halns m-rlli. iht-m-e 40
euti thence 1-80 chains nouth to the point o( com-
Paltd July 19th, 19<l6. B. B. MlUilTON,
per Jackson Kadcllfle, Age*--,..
No. 3��� CommcncliiE at a *.-���->: planted on the
northeast corner about 13 miles ir��*m Ko-H-
enej lake and 13 lilies (rom Slo<*an river,
on Lemon creek, thence running 80 chains west,
thence to chains - mh. tbence SO chains eaat,
1 theuce SO chains north to the polntof commencement.
Dated July 19th, isofl. B. B. Miohtov,
per Jii-.k-.on Radcllffe, Agent.
Silver King Hotel
Beet Dollar a day house in the Kootenays.
Notice li bereby given tbat 30 diyi from daie 1
intend toapply to the HoiiorablMne Cblef Com-
ruin-loner of Landi and Works (or a special
lleenie l; cut and narry awiy limber irom the
following dcaerlbed lands, situated in the West
Kootenay Pistrict I
No 1 --Commencing At u poll planted nn llie
nortbokit corner, annul thirteen milci from
Koutetmy lake, and lourtcCti miles Irom Blocan
river, on Lemon creek l tlience running 80 chains
south, lhetice ��) clmins we��t, thence W chains
north, thence go ohUttl east to the poim of com-
Dat��d July mh.lROa.       JAduok Ptrt urvr..
No iLr-Camnunolng m spo*t pUntsdon the
north wesi corner nlxiut fouriecii miles Irom
Knot.-nay lake ami almut tOOfteeO miles Irom
Hlocan river, on  U-iiiim creek: thenee running
10 chaiin*- -.until, tbenoe 9* obattu eeet, thenoe fl
rliaiiiM nurth, linnet- HU chains went lo the point
uf commencement.
Daied July in tii, MM.        Jackson Haim urn.
Roomi are well furnished.  Table as good u any
la Nelsou      Bar lupplled with good
* Unuora end clean.
W. K. McCANDLISH, Proprietor.
Tremont House
We have Improved and Unimproved Ranches for
Sale on the Kootenay and Slocan Lakes, Slocan
Valley and Nelson District.
K-rop*.- end A_mrlc_- . Iin
Mull M uu. looai from �� cu. �� ��
Only White Hilp Savior**.
SOtt ��t, SUMS Proprutori
Bartlett   Hotise
Best Dollar-i-Diy House io Nelson.
The Bar la tha Finest.
Whlta Help only Employe-.
Before purchasing call
and examine our list.
H. & M. BIRD
Josephine Bt.
Notice l* bereby Riven that sixly clayn alter
dale 1 Intend loupply lo Uu-Honorable the Cblel
(Jotnmi-i-d-'iicrof Lund** and Worku (or iK.-nnls-.lou
tu purchase lhe fullowlUK dcNi-rlbcd lauds, nltu-
aiilu llle Wext KiMilciiay dlKlriet, and adjoining
1'anl Andre's pru-emptioii, starting at a i<om
niarked AJ.Lonf, N b. corner, on tbe went shore
o[ Lower Arrow lake, thence '20 chains west,
tbenOO 40 ihaliiH lOtttbi tbenee 2\i chains east,
thence 10 chaliiN norlh lo poini of eommeuco-
m en t.
bated at Nelnon. B. <"., tnli 8th day oi Beptember, UC6 A.J. Unto,
Wm, 1'oi.i.Ahli, Agent.
Notice in heretiy given that 00 dayi afler date I
intend io applv to tlie Honorable the Chief Com-
mi-aHloncr ol btbdi and Worku fnr permlwion
tonurehan tbe fpllowipgdeecribed land, situate
in Fire Vallev, in the Weal Kootenay district, ad-
Joining w. a'. CjUder'i pre emption. itertlnf at a
poil marked M. MoQunrrlO'l lonthwett corner,
runiiiug BDchralt��� '���"-'��� thenc- Wchains north,
tbence BO ohelni w��l thence 40 eliains south to
point of commencement.
Dated this Utfa day ol Beptember, IWO.
Makv MctH'AKRII,
J. E. Taylok, Agent.
^ew Fall
���Roods Arriving
��>rtci- t.f   Pin
lUlinll    (inotlN
Jno. T. Pierre
linker St.
Nelson, H. C.
MTKsii-Ks. prdperlj lodoraad, will i��-
���SS,-1   bV   till'   SlllllaT-iKllS'sl  Sill tss Klisl  III
: Moottajr, tlsi' tWts's-tiiis lli'li'lssT DOXt, Ini
Uisn ���ii,i Domination ol is tusirt Boom m
,ii- hihI oondlUona ol -a-n-
'iitract  ma
!�����    -S1!IS   *l    HlS'   I'SSlills'
ii r'l nfll
,'.  Vlrlorlss. !1. 1' . iimi ��t
Usui Aat.-sil. Nils.,.11. B.C.,
i,l,.|stl���T lii'sat.
���li r   nniKt
,������ acoompanlail wiili ��
\      s    |
eqoe i.,r 11
���J   ,.���,)   ,a,T  avill.   ... tl..- sa
ie tender to
ils,' Itatttilnl |���'ils,riii.	
111 pi
���i.ni oi tin-
lea of utiMu
���,',',.issi i.ii'li'i.'i- lain ba
' '1 I
thorq oil tile execution of lln- Con
st or any I
snder n<>i DoraaHurll* ai'-
i    s,\M��I.K,
I'ssiiii. Worki Itnilnaat
Worku DpM
rl iiislsl,
i  It (   ,8ft
>,'|,l,'llllHT, IKA.
a-       3_-_
Notice lr- hereby riven tlutt a Court ol Kevinion
and   Appeal for the School IMstrictsoI llmton,
lluini*. &*lmo and Vmlr, will ba bud in the
Oonrt Boote la the iity ol Heleon, B.O, on
Mondav. th.- rth day ol Beptember. 1 08, Mt the
hour of lOAO odoek in the forenoon, to bear ami
ileterniiiic Mil appeal* irotli then-4'essincnt*- made
in the above mentioned School DlltrlCU (or the
*#ar 1808, under Hie "Public Beboou M-i."
Dated at Salton, H. C , lbli38lb daj �����[ Auftift,
a.B, i.KNMK.
.Indue ,,( Courl of Kevir-iiou an,I Appeal.
Nelion Aneisment nifiriet.
London Volunteers Coming.
London, Sept. 15.���The team of the
Qui en's Own Westminster Volunteers
which will defend .he shield presented
by Sir Howard Vincent in the marksmanship contest at Creedmoor next
month with the Seventh Regiment of
the New York national puard, sailed
tor New York loday on the suamship
Minnesota. The team comprises six
men and two reserves. They are accompanied by Sir Howard Vincent, the
donor of the trophy, and several of lho
offlcera of the regiment
Notice la herebv given that 60 days after date I
intend to applv to the Hon. the Chiel Commls-
sioner ol Land* and world lor permission to purchase the following described lands lu West
Kootenay district, province of Hritish Columbia.
Commencing at a post marked A. A. Burton'a
H. W. eorner, on lhe aouth side ol Cariboo ereek,
about two miles easl of Burton City townsite,
and al lbe northwest eorner of William McDev-
Ht's pre-emption claim, theme eaat -IO chains,
thence north -SO Chains, tbenee west 40 chalna,
thence south ���-" chains to the place of beginning,
containing 2to acret* more or lesa.
Haled this Mtb day ot July, 190S.
A. A. Burton.
Notice is hereby given that 6u daya after date I
intend to apply to tlie Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol Landl and Works for permission to
purchase the following d-scribed land in Weat
Koolenay Distric about seven miles south of
Iturton City: Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of Trout ereek and marked Alex
Cheyne'i N. w, c. Post and running smith so
chain*-; thence east ft chains; tbenee north 80
L-baiiu1', tbence weat SKhalim to poet of beginning, containing M0 acres ol land, more or less.'
Dated this -Mud day of August, 1VU6
W. II H_ilLToy, Agent.
Tfc Kg Schooner D.���  *A-
Or "H-l.--i.dH_l."    DCCI    tULa
The only GUuis of Good Beer in Nelson.
Hotel aisi'ismmoilsatiiHiii senond to none in Brlt-
lils Columbia. HatenlUKlperilay. Buajelal rate,
lo tisiintlil> baaarslera. Only home hotel in Nelsson
Lake View Hotel
Corner Ball and Vernon,
two blocks from whart.
Ralei 1100 -per day and up.
P.O.Box 161.
Telephone lift.
Grand Central Hotel
J. A. EEICKSON, Proprietor.
Plra and Aceldant
Real Estate and Mining
Manager for the Kootenay Valleys Company, Ltd.
Oldegt efata-liflhed Real Estate
Bauinew iu Kootenaj.
Nelson, B. C.
Choice Fruit
I Have -0,000 Acrea
of the
Choicest Frott Landa ia
British Columbia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
I. E. ANNABLE,    ���    Nelson, B. C.
Centrally Located. Open Day and Night.
Sample and Bath Roomi Free.
A Japanese laundry man composed
this adveriisonu'ni: "Contrary to our
opposite cnuipany, we will most
cleanly ami carefully wash our cub-
tpmera With itoRBibU* cheap price as
follows: Ladles two dollars per hundred, gentleman one and a half dollars
per hundred."
1 *i 1 n TBNDBBg, mnorwrlbed "Tender tor
*ii��ol iiour-w," win Im reoelvedt>j -theunder-
iin��i up ki iMM.ii otTburiuy the nth Bentem-
"'  |M*. f.-r tbe oreetloti mnl  aplellohota
"'  '"������������.���.  IniiiM- HhOol-holUB hi   Hmiu*.   Vmlr
'""lid iMMrli't
.' l��n�� -itHM-iflcattoOi eontrael and Inrmi ol ten
����� iimj hv M-cti ou uiu) Hln-r Mm- uii Beptamher.
.      "i the '���.ni*.-.- (��I ilu1 HoviMimi.nl AH'-nt.
���'ii   mh,1 tit  ilu- I^ilii.Is hikI  Worki Ih-piiri-
1'.'"    M   IntlH,  B.U,
1 ���"��� ii ir.,t(,,.Hi nniKi i��. netlompanled i*v etth*r
���"' * ��� pn -i flunk olieqi r oerlffloate of depoilt
" ��� 1 Imripred tmiik nt Canada, mud.* parable W
"'��� >ni.i.-rsiKm.ii in lln- film nl fnm, which "hall
S, r!elM>d if tin- party lendertns flechne to
i,''' llt'" 1 tract when called opon to do to.
" >oU, cbL'otioi nr oortiflcatfl oi tlcpoi.it ol un*
,; ,    f 'I lenderfrawtllbo retnn od in then op-
.   ' ��'���'���"I'l-iuinii n[ thoi-iiiitriii-t    Tho Hiuci-nHlid
; "iti 1 win ba required to tnrnlih �� bond.hlm-
' _'"nl Un-Min-il-,* in tin- mini ol fi.f*NU-iii'Ii,
\'\ '��� 'i'i��* fiiinim.-ni nf tin-work contracted for
',"" ��MUfnotion of th.- llouorable Ghiel i om-
;,'' .���|*,,l,i    Upon tbo axtoutlon of tin- bond llo*
"' "."'hi'iiur 1>r iTi-tlllf-Hli- of dopOblt ot "1'ovi-
T_LVno" wil' ho returned la the oontwotor,
'vniieri win nm bo oonHldered unlei* made
"ii ii,,. tormi Kiippiii-i nod ilgned with the
J'"'"Unattireoi the tenderer,
tl.;[ ''"Mcxt nr  nuy  teildi-r lini  UeoeHUllf M'
. "i-puty rominiHoiniH'r ol Landl und Worku
1  *u,UnhdWor>ine��Ttmcnl.
\ ictiiria, B. C��� aiNl Auguit, UM.
Certificate of Improvements
CHaantio, i.um, Kirn Ohance, ChabaUU, ind
Twenty Mllo Praotlon hhiuthI olalmi, Minute, in the Ni-Uon Ulnlni DlvUtfon ol Wwt
Kooti-iiBj-district ....
Where located: on npndeoraounUnu. M-ween
^SS?W��E^_M ...HI..'. My
,v.ll  SS"! ,.... ..,.,.>- --> tl..- M 1..1..K
lUoorder lot Cgrtl-i-nt-i ol  .rov ��<��,"'
tl���. I'ssri's,-.' s,I s.lslsalisliil! I'n.ivls sthiiIsssi, till'
* An. .arttar usk .tt.-.- Ih.l ����*_���i��?<l""��;
Hon 87, inis-s be oomraenoo- bolon me l-roitto,
i.,.���..i ���,��� rn-, .i..y ..r-uir.A.^ j;-���;AT,.HI.
u���,i..r ���.,.i ��.y viriiu- ^;iI��'i'i-;���|;vy;:
-v fniiiHlm-d
III,, til,..' ssl UL' IU-, Hi.'"' ffllj '",." ,    ''      '',,',
V 1, ,1,11s- sssss-llssli   Isy   isls-lsil-sl  T   l.vsins. ill llll'
- ��� 1 ,�����������. 11 Hi.- Clly ..I Ka.^lMisl. 11 , ..11
M,,���l..y.ili.- Jills M "> -V;|iM-nil��-r.A I, I* .
mi n���- iiissss oi noon, tin- i-iiuiiy ol rort.mpllon in
1,1    li"Irsilslv lli"'l ol lisl'sl ..11 nn-1-.">'' *."SS
���I,. kn 1I.1.�� Beer >'"k- ���""' eoniliting of HOT
acrei,non or lea, u_ u��> 'nnJ." p��nol��h-
'��R!r',|-rlber oerllrolMi hh.i l��mu ��o4 oon-1-
limn. ..I ��..li' IPP1�� f',  ���. 1I,��M11.T..V.
Mortgegee-i sinlisiiisr,
Iiii sit isl Montreal Ohunben, UoiiImi-. i"'-
Datod nl KonUml, Ith Haipl., W00.
Nolle.-  1*  tu-ri'liv Klvm Ihnl, llilrlv days afu-r
date, 1 Intend to apply t.�� the Honorable the
t'hii-f ft.in ni intonex ol lninls and Worki for ��
spit-iHi iict'iist-to i-nt and-oarri Hw-Hvitnitx-j* from
tlit following denrlbed lands, i.tnate in thu
Weei Kootenay dlatrloti
No. 1.���Commenelni at �� po-i marked Ole
Oberg'i ���snnthwt-st oorner poel, md plant d on
the i-hnI Kldi- ol Dunt-aii rm-ranl ai-.mil six miles
northeait nf tin* wait lork ol the Donoan rlveri
ibenn Si eliains Mat, tbenoe 80 ohalni north
thenei Wl chain--*, woit, then
point Ol eoinnienci-iiu-nl
N��K t. -Commenolng al
Noiiee is hereby -given that sixty days aftor
dale 1 Intend to apply to ihe Honorable the
Chief OommlMloner OI   I-ands and Work!, lor
perml_Pdoa to onirehaae (ho tollowtag described
land- I'ommenelDg ai a jmst niarked i_.eorge Toi-
linntou's N.K. C. post, at ihe loutheasl corner
ot   J.   O.   Mcliriide's    pre-emption    claim    and
running south 40 ehalna to southwesi eorner ol
(.leo. Hudson'-, pre-emption claim; thence west 20
ohalni; thenoo north tt chains, thenee east90
chains to plaoo of commencement, containing tO
aiTL's of land more or less.
Dated this ��th day of AuRURt, 1_W.
A. A. Burton, Agent.
Opposite Court House and Post Office.
Comer Wud ud Vcram Strut..
T-he Strathcona
Nelson, B.O.
B. Tomkins, Manager.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned, at tUl
office In the Court HousOi In ihef'ity of NeUon,
will be received up till the hour of live o'clock In
the afternoon ol Monday. October Uth, 1906, for
the purehaae ol the ���Blue Eyed Nellie" Mineral
Claim, Lol 2980, Which w*s declared forfeited to
the crown al the Tax Bale held in the " lly of
Nelson on the fiih day ol Novemlwr, 1900, for der
linqupnt taxes up till June toih, 1906, and costs.
Tin- Upset price upon the said mineral claim,
which includes the amount of delinquent taxes
and costs at the time of forfeiture, with Interest;
taxes whtOh have since accrued; and fee for
crown grant, Is %JB3M, which ts the least amount
that will be oonaidered as a lender.
Bach tender must he eooompanled by an ao-
cepted oheque, payable to the order of the Depu-
If Coftt-mtssloDcr->f Landsand Works, ai-par at
Victoria, It, (' . fnr the amount tendered.
Government Aaent, Nelson, B. C.
Hated at Nelanil. B. C .this Will
The Leading Hotel in the
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company, Limited.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
Oood   Sample    Room..
Queen. Hotel
Baker Street, Melton. B.O.
Lighted try Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
day of E
iptetubeti 1906,
a NtchaiiiK smith t
-ast ��td>*
posl marked Ole
l.ami planted mi the
d aboul sevell lillh-l
f lln* Inim-aii river;
halus north,
northeaal ol lbs wesl fork
thenoe m chains ensi  tbeni
Ihence Nl chains uesl, Iheliec Wi chains sntll
polnl nf cninniencemctil.
Nn. I���-Oommenolni at a post  marked
Oberg's southeaal eornei posi. and plant
h lu
nnil Illllll1,.
i' and ahout
Ihence 40 chat
thence 40 chain
point nf comment1
No. 4 ��� Comm, i
Dlicr-tt'N sonthw
ilde of Hun
miles norlheast of lhe
river; thence ftO chali)
nonh, Ihenee nn chain
Sontb lo polnl of com m
No, fi,���('"���mnicnciim
Oberg's nnrthw
t nix
���asl fork ol Ihe uncan river;
wast, tbenoe ntn chains north,
ast, theuce UO chains sonth to
���ini;   al   a r'"*l   niarked   Ole
OrOer posl. and planted
i about <-iKiit
-hi fork of the Dunoan
���asl, thence to chains
vi st,  thence HO cliaina
semen t,
I   a   post   marked Ole
post, ami planted on
the easl sldfl Ol i'um-an river ami ahout six miles
nnrth id the wesl  fork   of   the   Dum-nii   rtver.
hi the mouth of Rum creek] Ihonoo 80 chains
east, Ihnece IU chains  souih,  Ihenee HO chains
went, ihence BO chains north to point 01 cotnmen-
No. H���CouiinencinK  at   a   post   marked   i��le
Obert's northwest corner post, and planted on
the east lidfl of Imnean river and ahout five
miles north of tUe wt-.ii fork of Duncan river;
thenee W) ehninp east, thence to cIibIun smith,
tbenoe80obalns west, thence so chains nnrth to
puiD i of Bonunenoomeiit.
No. 7. -Commencl!!*-: at a post planted OO the
east ttlde of the Mun.-an river, ahuuUour miles
norlh id the went fork olsaid river, marked tile
Oberg's northwest corner posl, thence 4u (-Iiohi*
east, [hence M obalns south, thence BO obelus
wesl, theme ���>,��� i hmu.  nnrlh, theliee 4n chains
OMl tO point of co nUH-ncciiielil.
Hated QoldcD, It 0��� Augusl Wthi !!*>��.
OH OSIHa, Locator.
TAKK NOTICE that an application has heen
made to register Tariff Mining Company as the
owner in Fee Simple, under two several lax
Sale Heeds (rom K .1. BteOSOO, I'eputy ASSBSfSOr
and Collector of the Sloean Assessment Pistrict,
LoTarlfl Mining Company, bearing dan- the Mtb
dav  of  August,  A, f).  1906, of all  and -intrulur
those eerlain parcels or tracts of land aud prem
uni pretn-
listrlet uf
diuaic, lying and being in the Distriet uf
Koolenay. lu the Province of British Columbia,
nmre particularly known and deserlbed as��� 1-otn
BM and DM, QroUp 1, District uf Kuntenav,
"Shafer" and '*llnlitHM" mineral claims.
Vou and each of you are required tOOOntOSt
the claim ol tin- tax' purchaser within fourteen
.lavs from ihe date ol the service of tMinoliOfl
upon vou, and in default ol a caveat or certificate
of Us pendens being filed within such neriod,
vou will be torerer estopped ami daharreo from
Setting up anv claim 10 or In respect of  lln- paid
lami, ami i shall register Term Mining Company
as owner thereof.
Dated al l.aud RegtStr) OHloe Nelson, 1'rovlnce
Hritish of Itritish I'olumhia, this 17th dav of
August, A. D, 1800,
li. f, Macleod,
District Registrar.
To Kootenay Mining Company (foreign)
-abator c.oid ami silver Mining company
Large ��ucl Comfortable Bert roomi*. anrt First-
edass Dining Room Sample Room* for Comme-
cial Men
MRS. E   C. CLARKE. FroprletreM
The well known
Onr Beer Garden is
the Finest in the
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on shortest notice and
lowest price. Nothing bnt fresh and
wholesome meats and snpples kept in (stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E. C. TRAVES   Ma"aR#r.
J. CROW,   -   -  Proprietor
Royal Hotel
Rates $1 and $1.50 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Bcardem.
KjOtlOQtShereby given that 80 days Irom dale
1 intend vo apply  to  the  lloiiornhle  the Chief
Oommtssldner of Undsand works for a special
Qcense to eut and enrrv away timber from tbo
HdloWlliK lands, Mtuau>il   In West Kootenay district:
���so 1 CoinineneliiR at a post planted on the
northeant eorner ahmit a miles from Kootenay
hike on Six Mile ereek, thenee ninning �� ehalna
west, theme 100 chutim aouth, then* 40 i hains
TAKK NOTICE thai an application haa heen
nia-u* iti register Clarence Barman aa ihe owner
In Kee Simple, under a Tax Sale Peed from It. J.
Stelisoii. deputy ..--���.���-.���r and mdleetor of the
Sloean As-essment Idstriel.toClarence Harnian,
heartnit date the'JIwt day of July A 1>. I'.W'.of all
and singular ih��t oertath parcel of land and
oremtses situate, lying and being tu the Dlitrlot
of Kootenay. in the Province of British Cnlum*
hla more particularly known and deserlhed as���
Uu 794, Croup 1, District Of Kootenay, "Henry"
mineral claim. ,   .
You ami each of vou are required to contest
the claim ol tho tax purchaser within tourleen
davs from tho date ol tin-service of thia notiee
UWin TOU. aud in default of a caveat or certificate o'i lis pendens hcliiK Hied within aiirli period, vmi will be ii'ievcr estopped and debarred
from setting up anv claim to or iti respect of the
solo laud and I shall reglstot Clarenoa Herman
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in staple aud fancy (irocerins.
Butter, Egftt.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.
w. a. aiui-ETT
Contrnetur and
Bulldvr. -
BolOageni for the Porto Rlro I.uinher Co., Ltd.,
retail yards. Rough and dre Sfld Inmher, turned
work aud hraekets. Coast lath and shinnies, taah
ami doors, ('cinent, hrlck and lime for sale
Automatic arluder.
Yard and laetory: Vernon Bt.. east of Hall,
p o. itnx it-t. Telaphone 178.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will lind it to their advantage to -Be onr Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co*
Yale Kootenay Ice, Fro rt. Foel
& Poultry Co., Ltd.
Deliverien made 'laily tbroughont Nelwon
nud its suburbs. Phone 148.
as n
Dated at Land Iteclstrv Offloe Nelson. Province of Itritish Columbia, lhin nth day ���!' August,
A. l>  I.1.*'.
Dlatrlct Keglatrar.
To Georgo Henry Harman,
Wilbur A. Hendryx.
West Transfer Co.
Q-net-l Teamsters and Deiilep in
Ooal and Woo .   Express and
I agguve Transfer
Office: Baker St.
Telephone 3:.
p. u. ��o�� ne
Thorpe _ Lithia
Thorpe & Co'y,
tmk oomremMMU mut.
Round Trip
From alt Points North
and West of Marcos
Selling dates Sept. 18-19-
20. Limit Sept. 24.
City Passenger Agent.
A U. r. A., Seattle.
The Latest Modern Appliances
now in use at this
And  Ol
Baker Street.     -    NELSON.
For Everything Good
to Smoke.
Imported and Domestic. Cigars, Tobaccos.
Do You Know Tkurau-'i Special Kit-it?
BAKSR8T.     .
1    I
-rsiss   ������������ .--.-    -I,-*
:"lfflT-lilMW.' ". i
r    i
I    ;
Precious Stones. If you want to make a good investment put your
money Into a Diamond. Now is the time before the price gets higher.
Our selection of stones is the best.
:; Crawford Free Stone |
:   Peaches
In large variety are now
for preserving.
! ���
I       Buy while quality is
j Bell Tradings
I        Company       ���
44 <A Tip" for a
44 Canadian Mo rn ing!*
Kootenay Coffee
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sHl anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese (locals now on sale. All
kinds of Dinnerware in stock. Patterns.
"The Store of Sweets/
Fruits, Confectionery and
Ice Cream,
Phone 96. Baker St.
NKLSON, Ii  (!.
Csir. v.rnon sand Went .SIs-sscIn,
J   FKED HL_. Proprietor.
0. S. Ager, S. E. Finn, Koch SidiiiK:
It. J. Smardiin. .1. T. Dulile, J. T. Martin anil wife, J. H. Commiskel. W. J
William, A. .1. Taylor, Vancouver; C.
w. Price, Calgary! H. Oelgerlch, .1. M.
Macdonald anil wife, Kaslo; .1. II.
Boyd, Revelstoke; H. M. Pullerlon,
Victoria; A. Guff, Hamilton; w. il. P,
Ciemi nis. Qrand Forks,
Mis.  it.  Ii.    McClure,    Miss    Davis.
Spokane;   it.   M    Hale, .1.  I..   Meixell,
Seattle;  Paul s. Couldrey, t'. It. Hum-
llton,  IV.  II.  Fa hi ini,', Hossland.
.1. Muffett, W, li. Ilssl.iss. W. 1'. Urn-
die, Vancouver; A. .1. Harris. Kaslo;
.1. Nicholson, Whitewater: Mrs. J. H.
. arker, Greenwood.
A ii. Mason. T. It. Barton, Phoenix;
A. L. Parker, Spokane,
II. v. Robertson, P. Allen, Vancous
ver;  II. A. Smith, Fernie.
S. Sliver ami wife; .1. McPhall,
Castlegar; W. .1. Daniel, Porto Rico
Siding; .1. ti. Dewar, Vmir; C. Tipping,
.1. Brooks, Bonnington.
���1. II. Cranston, Rossland; T. Magee,
Victoria;  A. Hall, Phoenix.
Mrs.   Swifesl.   Liir.lss;     T.   Williams,
Williams. F, Armstrong, Fernie.
L. F. Yoimg. London;  L. Wilkinson,
Furley;   W. Hoare .Ramsgate.
w. McCauley, .1. Hamlll ('. O. ston-
ne. Grand Forks; C. Morgan, Vernon;
II   M.  McDonald, Greenwood;    10.    .1.
Roberts,  Kamloops;    .1.    Smallw I,
MALT and
September 19-20-21
Ward at (fivni'll present
Wednesday- -"Holligan's Troubles."
Thursday---"Johnnie on the Spot."
Frilay--"Alphonse and Gastcn."
Price- BOo, 75, $1.00, Seats on (ale at
Rutherford's Monday morning.
75 cts. per Gallon    **�� Down
We Want Fresh Bgga,   Will give the
Blghest Market Price.
[Joy's Cash Grocery!
Cor. Joiephlneaiwl Mm sir.     I'li.me If
"Maple Leaf" Brand.
I'NIFORH BI'RNINU   Ir   Die  mmt   Jin-
p*��rtunl   .Hcttir   when   blMtlng <����� h law
' Hftple   Leaf"   brand   h ��� Imiui- nl
superior in thii rupee t.
t  ''JllJ.liriMHl- Hill] i.liiiT JMtik't'N illVilcii.
Sols AKant. N.lson, B.C
$fO Per Month
will purchase io acres of
splendid fruit land which
will double in value in a
few months.
Are you grasping Uie
present opportunities?
.XI MICN, ul iiii't, tssr isnrk Iss Ilia- woods.   Aisislv
Is, \V. li. I'.si.k,-, .nwisslll. Kas.|ss.
I.AIlV HTKNlltiHAHIKR fur IHiHII.,1, In lislililiy.
*.... .'1 issssssi' aiitis employer. Ismlly,    Apply
I".. W . I' Ils.li s,ll.,v
lti siimkn. mih Hsn.is-d UKglngContracton,
isImi   KogiDeer      WatUS-llni  I. i���-r t:���., i���.���i-
I'Miil.rssiik. II. r
BOAT  A ajissi'i rowingo<  lltt.-.i with usiil and
lis'.a   isHria.      Fur   ptsi'llrsilsilis  Apply  tss II.  W.
Faloonor, Canadian ssiiia-s.'.
The Daily Canadian
The only change on today's metal
markets is a drop of one point in the
London  price of silver.
The regular fortnightly meeting of
the city council will be held in thu
city hull Monday evening ut 8 o'clock.
At the Bapttlt church tomorrow thfl
tnomlUI theme will be, "Th*. Name
Written Down"; evening theme,
' Looking to Calvury,"
J, K. Annable l&y-a that the Mhlbltfl
Of flowers, fruit and vegetables at
Kuslo were excwllent Und superior lo
those shown In Nelson the flr_rt year
of the f;iir.
Dr, Wlllaon has removed his r&sl<
deuce irom  the Hume huiel to Ur. La
iiaus old quarters   In   the   Victoria
block, Maker street.      Night    and    day
ph.mc   NO.   12.
A. W. McVltte is in lb city today
from Okanagan. He eaya that so good
is the market for fruit that the first
quality can hardly be seemed iti Vernon, aud, it ai all, only at very high
prices. Tlu- labor problem is becoming acute. It is now recognized tbat
no expansion is possible without a
supply of cheap labor.
owing to the anticipated large attendance of visitors ui the Nelson fair
next week tbe directors of the Agricultural association are anxious to
make provision for the accommodation
of all who may come. With this end
in view they request private families
who have rooms aud are willing to
rent them, to leave word with the secretary of the association at his office
on Baker street, stating the amount
of room and the charges asked.
One of the newest and best musical
farce-comedies of the day is "Hooligan's Troubles," which appears here
on Monday at Sherman's opera house.
Hooligans Troubles is iu us fourth
season and is built upon the humorous
cal astro) ibies of one Hooligan, who
has been made famous by iiis antics
in the New York and Chicago Sunday
papers. The company carries its own
band and orchestra, and the Hooligan
baud parade is a novelty.
After several days of trial the Italian stabbing ease was disposed of by
Mag is i rate (.'tease yesterday afternoon. Giovanni Pagnatero was fined
$50 ami costs and he and the other
two parties, Arcaugelo Petrettl and
Plppino i'agnatero, were bound over
to keep the peace for a year. As S.
S. Taylor, K. C. and -I. A. Macdonald,
K. ('.. were engaged on tlie case,
which has lasted three days, the children of sunny Italy have probably'paid
for their fun.
Mining Records,
Two locations and in certificates or
assessment   work     wen-     recorded   iu
ill" Nelson  mining office today.
Harry McCullough, agent for K. \\
Sioner. W. Mulroney. .1. I.ingrell, ,|.
Kingston, .1. M. Culberson, all of Creston, recorded the Deer and the Caribou, both located August 30 at Copper
Camp,  head  of  Priest  river.
Certificates of work were issued to
A. Currle, on the Sun Itise; to .1. Lin-
grell, on the Fairvlew, Sunnyside, Last
Chance, Summit, Men llur. Old Dominion, Climax, Virginia and Poco-
His Girl and Hers.
It is said if an Alcbison woman
would treat her "girl" us well as her
husband treats his stenographer she
would not have so much trouble in getting a "girl."���Atchison Globe,
The Store of Quality
Don't Forget
Froit Jar
The prices are just the same as for
the ordinary  kind
Pints per dozen $ LOO
Quarts per dozen 1.25
Half gal. per dozen  L50
Hood & Teetzel
K. W. C. Block . Phone 10.
fO cent Packages
IS cent Pa.kages
And did you we tlie big paokafcea of Sodas
25 rents pet* yard'r
Cm A* Benedict
CorniT Silica nml Josephine Sta.
Recently Issued
of Outstanding Merit
and Interest
������The   Awakening   of   Helena    Ritchie,"
by  Margaret   Deland $1.50
'���Mountain   Wild   Flowers   of   Canada,"
by Julia  Henshaw $2.7&
"Coniston," by  Winston Churchill.$1.50
"The   Treasure   of   Heaven,"   by   Mrs.
Humphrey   Ward $1.35
"Made  in  His  Image,"
by Guy  Thorne $1.50
"Silas Strong,"   Irving  Bacheller.  $1.50
"Lady  Baltimore," Owen Wister. ,$1.50
W. G. Thomson
SgggSBS" """ Nelson, B. C.
-Phone .14.
Gait Coal
Termi H)tot rail.
Telephoue 2tib
BBker Hirer-1
Received daily fn-ni the
Coldspring ranch on
Kooteuay lake.
201b. crates $1.25
Telephone 161,
Trains and  Boats.
Crow boat���On time,
Blocan train���On time.
Coast, Boundary and .Ros-lond train
-On time,
Price or rvietals.
New York, Sept. IB,���Sliver, 07 7-0,
copper, is is I He; lead, $s",."r,.
Liuiiliin. Bopt IB.���Sliver, ::i "IM;
tine,  _-" ins
From the factory to your
home direct. Canada's High-
grade Piano.
We are offering special inducements
during the fall months to Intending
You save all commissions to agents,
travellers, tuners and warehousemen
hy buying direct.
Canada Drug . Book Co's
....Cash Stores....
Get  F0R Sept.
Busy    First
Watches! Watc^
We are Headquarter, ,0   ..
American Wateheu manufacture. %*
are making every effort "meet l"
requirement., of railroad men      ""
Select Your Requirements early for Grouse
See Oar Window
Nelson Hardware Co.
Sportsmen. Headquarters,
PHONE Isl.       NELSON   li. O.
Cm sip c/liits
Will Mt lit drrtpai/ spirits in delight
_*=?**,        '     ������
tbat the ! * ii. k-- iL-rvi-d nt our Bmhi Koutitinti
���aui toUiO properties bMlttM rt-fren.iiiijf T
Wc uie ->iily real fruit nyrupn of lhe Otieit
ijUHllty FoiilitHiu, counter, flttkeo aud
receptacles   are   kept   HrUptUOUlljl clean.
iiaki :wv
M-aiter Slra-el, Na-lisss
Dates of the Fall Fairs.
Nelaon���September IB, 20, 21.
Vernon -September 19, 20, 21.
Kuiiiiiuiiis  ^September 20. 2".
Now   Westminster    Provincial ���
.   7.
Mason & Risch Pianos
It bsN boen -aald mon- rltnn once iimi th'* IndlV-dnality nf then ihstrn-*
iiM-ni ��� ntui tin- special impiov'-mt-iii andinvenUouifonnt) iu then fnnn
time h> time have been a unaree of ��� mutation throughout the ptfliio In-
dtUtry. Oil at our ihow room and letlU about our easy terms o( purchue
Mason & Risch Piano Co'y, Limited
POR SALIi-Weaicnffcrfutc fortalsq iwoll Ultle Ranob.fimtlpioAul of Nolion.&nd
ciiiisi.ttttK of 10 acrei nf Uie flneil fj uft imi-l on Kootenay lake; in water-fronl properly
and doef not contain an inch of bad mil.  B90 fmii treei now hcariiiK; 16a true two
years old j one -half m re of itrawberrj plan is; largo quantity ol ituall frit Mm;
K(oii dwelling, ion regltterod water rig li toi id Inebea and laud ih h<>�� in
tliorougli itate of irrigation if ueewury   Imprpvod ranobei on
three Hid*--)    Price fi&tl,   TcriitK*jiWt:0c*nh, babincd ill li,
ID and 18 muOtlli with 7 per Cent interest,
KDRKAL khtatk
J. J. WALKER, ���3"���^sH
Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty
Klieetniistttl Work, (luting., Builders' Milterinl nnil lUnlng und Mill Meu hit.
Ulllee nml Works Koot of 1'nrk .St.
 "W-wn, li. c,
.'iiiiiin   -m.
MAN.il llslv.
&Co.,   pS��VR
^^   ^v*t        Limited. Winnipeg,
Wholesale Provl��ion-*��
Doiniiiioii (JiiviTiiiiii-iii ('ri'iuiii-ry Om-Honnii Brloki raoetTed wseklrM
from tlm I'hnrn.   Por will' I.y nil Ewdtng groom,
Offlooand waretunuo: 1111111.11111 BIik-u,   Pbone?D,
Josephine Street. -       Nelson, B.C
Don't Forget
BE  WITH   US. 1
Is your furnace in shape to start the winter with?   If not. w|
is the time to have It repaired.
]* H. Ashdown Hardware Co., U]
PLEASE NOTE���We will not bo ropomlbla for any furnace not iatbasr
by October 1st, 1900.
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We Will Sell
500 International Coal
10 Marconi, Canadian
1000 Yale-Kootenay Ice
9 m
McDermid & McHardy
| Just Arrived!
A large consijpi-
incut of
s\n sin's nmi Lowesl Mom
and dealers in Lumber, Shingles,
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Windows.
Turned Work unci Braok��t��. Mail Onlers pro Hy nth""1""11-
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Onr Itoolt  ��f MA1NO   SAWS la  very ����'"'
Inolodlng (i-nulisK t�� suit nil reqniremeiiw. ,(
If ynu wish a low priood saw wn nan mpPV��� '
alio oarry the lH>st qnalltlei mode by
Wood-VaUance Hardware Co'y�� &


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