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You can pay iof, but cat not
buy a purer oiblter MINORA-.
t%\)n glailtj ��ana^
Voli-mr 2.   N. i-
I No New FeaMB in Late
|Sif Charles Tupper las fatce Enjoyed  Greater   Feedoa than
Have Fielding aid Br-eur
Ottawa. 0. i   1'.- ''P.e   .otiotii    has
I- tol ,.... claim tiiuiMf  Kidding
I nni Mr  lirodt n inn'.- dea something
I ulng a treat With Franc.
1 , ai clvt b.   The tcaty ia atsnsd
Jl rn.-ii minister .1 Pari" ���*���<��� ll"'
I ., |,i.ii,|��ii. ntarlf. though 11 -P*
I il." actual n.;oti.illoiiB wero
I ���, without the'-npe*--! __-l��-
1 iiarles T9V*n prodtiooa a
��� thai njkre than M yeara
,,l, 1..11I plenipotentiary
I , ;   .,. ,ii-s'i,i..r lo negotl-
I Mir  -*.ain.    Tha  Brltt-h
I ib,    thi n vi.it.* to il"' colonial
I ... tin-l nego-ationi would
1 andfeted  l>y Sir Charli *
I "inii.'ii     years     ago     Bit
I. ,   a u, r,iy with Klane. .
1.ni..ns weif carried on
Ibeiween Mr llonoieaux on betialt of
1 : :.! ^ri  Charles Tupper.     [_*_-
I British    ambassador t��
|> 1 thi   treaty, a* the aliibas-
.     .   v. im  the   tie**'   one.  hut
I ��� r.rr waa present for the flrut
j- ii.- treaty  was signed.    So
111 ling   Ira-   only   done   what   Sir
I 1   ;;..i   riirt   Ion*;   before  either
I ���:'  mln_U-.ni were beard of
V:   Pugsli :��� lias given nollce lhat he
I :   a.-lion   against   the  To-
I foi   Baying:   '"Some  think
I a as  un   lhe   inside O*
1*11 ibe lllali ]. 1 ia. 11 deal." The suit may
] in ..v.  ii,-' a. 'nr    unless     Mr. Pugaley
of use to goon   if lhe World put!
., .har iis statenieuts are true.
ii.     this     happened   In the
Kiiirn.noa libel case conducted by Mr.
1  Whitney of Ontario lias re-
fo-wd lo consider the offer of a syndt-
ii. lni. a million acres of Northern
I. 1 ni        land  at a  price per
r!.i. charged to settlors. The
anient    differs    from  the
 '  aiinisirritloti. which sells land
lav.in.1   capltallata  In   180,000  acre
I Minks, at   .11,-sixth   or   the   price    per
charged t.> farmer purehaa-
Count Okuma Admits that  Recent War
Scare Talk Was Nothing  But
Practical Politics.
when the faculty und undergraduates
Iunl taken leats. The bishop preached
earnestly, in opening he ���_]_ he
brought a greeting to rale irom the ..i.i
universities uf Oxford and Cambridge.
The text he divided into three parts:
faith,  conscience,   morals   mul   personal
ei.uniiness. and stewardship, and n.
urged the coll. ne nnai to ko Into college
settlement work and praised Ihe various
religious hollies which aim at bringing
together young men.
Solicitor   Says    Provincial    Government
Has Treated Them  Well.
Toklo, Oct. 14.���Count Okuma. who in
Hi'Iiist stuKc of the emigration troubles
n America, disapproved of tho govern*
,"11' I'.H'iiic ntiittuie. now practically
:"""',H thai in.ii. al utterances on both
���Ides were largely prompted hy politics.
'��:.u Interview yesterday Count Okuma
**M dial Americans misunderstood the
11 ������- who rue astounded at the ut-
-"���nee- i.f Anierican newspapers.    It.'-
'""" "f lire possibility or war, he said.
"���'.i' always emanated from ibe Ontted
'��� and very naturally ate copied hy
j1"' ""wspapei's ol Japan.     While he he
"on that the Americans are over sen
-"'Vl' on ih,, subject or Japanese emmt
';'"""��� he holds the opinion Hint the
���" discussion is largely due m th.
'"'' "'���" ">" United Btatos la to have a
'"""'-entlai campaign next year, it la
��'M"k<.|> iillM the Immigration question
|" I"' seriously discussed ,��� BVeIl In
*"> -B issue al the OOttrthg session ol
I, lU8t- Tne Japanese government i��
w.iv.V'1" "" ''""lo 'i'"'"""" will bi
fmi' ""' ���"Vs-'I-: dlsoouragem. at ol
,_ 'B-aUon ami .*,��� atrict observance or
Victoria. Oct. 14���The provincial gov-
ernnient has grnnter the Grand Trunk
Pa. 111.* the right id way through aud Ihe
privilege of taking timber from crown
lands throughout the province. D'Arcy
Tate, assistant solicitor of the Grand
Trunk t'ncifle railway, who has been ln
the city for some few days settling a
number of mutters in this connection,
bars left lor the easl. and prior to tils departure he expressed great satlsflacllon
at the manner In which he had been
treated l.y ihe local administration. He
stated that the government had done
everything in its power to facilitate matters and to aid the officials of the trans
c-ttitlental railway In the arrangements
preliminary to the commencement of
Mr. Tail wus accompanied by .1. II
ita* en. harbor ��� ngineer at Prince Hull, it. nml they also look up the question
of Ihe Incorporation of a subsidiary light
and power company to supply Prince
The matter of the Indian reserve at
at. ilakatla was not touched upon. This
will probably necessitate another visit
of C. M. Hays, president, and F. W.
Morse, general manager of the G. T. P.
to the  coast.
Dr.  Thompson,   M.   P..  Off  for  Ottawa���
List of  Requirements of North-
em Territory.
Dawson, Oct. 14.���Dr. a lfio-] Thompson, member of parl_Uunenl from Yukon
territory, hns left for Ottawa via Seattle
where he win confer with the oxposi
tion officials regarding iho Yukon exhibit. Dr. Thompson .-ays the niini-stei
of 0___U_.ee of Canada haw assured him or
a Brant of (100,000.
Anion** the mutters to he urged at
Ottawa for the Yukon are: Assistance
for a railway to conneei Dawson with
some '���ransco.-.tinenial line; an early
completion ofthe topographical ami geological may ofthe territory; condiflra
tion of Yukon quartz laws; abolition of
royalty; opening of fradu'ent (���tinee*-*-
ylons; pure food examiner for the Yu
kon; lower mining foes; several improvements in lhe placer code; large
federal -;rant for building a Wagon road
to connect Dawson with the copper Heidi
:ii Hie head of ihe White Horse: subsidy
for proposed White Horse smeller; subsidy tor aid in prospecting for opening
of new mining fields: postal reforms:
improved postal service, and the holding
of surveyors' examinations in the Yukon.
American Peer Naturalized.
London, Oct. 14.���Lord Kairfax has
taken out naturalization papers as a
Hritish citizen and now he will he entitled to sit in the House of Lords. He
has resided in England almost continuously since he came here to attend the
kind's coronation. Albetl Ktrby Fairfax.
twelfth Baron Fairfax of Cameron in
the Peerage of Scotland, was born in
Maryland In- into, the son of John Con-
lee Fatrtax. M. 1)., and Mary. Barones.
Fairfax, daughter of Col, Kdmund Kirby
ot the Fulled BUfe*i army.
Liberal Attorney-General
Tide  Turning   in   Saskatchewan.���
Date oi Election Not Far Off-
General Canadian News.
PrilK'i* Albert, Oct. 14.���Ex-Mayor .las.
H. Hradshaw won out by a majority of
four, defeating Hon. A. Turgeron. the
new attorney-general of the Scott government and the whole party machine,
in the by-election on Saturday. The
vote stood Bradshuw 8.5, Turgeron ?,31,
with .-J9 challenged voles, which leaves
the  ultimate   result   still in doubt.
Winnipeg, Oct. 14.���The Dominion
government has decided to prosecute
the work on St. Andrews locks, north
of the city all winter, and will allow
contractors ten thousand dollars extra,
the latter guaranteeing to complete the
work one year from next April.
Edmonton. Oct. 14.���Hy the accltleutal
discharge of a shotgun in the hands of
one of his comrades, George Gouln. a
member of the real estate firm of Gouin,
Palmer Ai Mclntyre, met instant death
while duck shooting.
Winnipeg. Oct. 14.���Western Liberals
an preparing their organization for
Dominion elections, and it Is expected
that conventions will be called in the
near future, and that most of the candidates will be in the field before the end
of the year.
C. F. Caldwell, of Kaslo, Is In the city
on business.
MIsb Christina McKay is visiting her
brother, Chas. A. McKay, at Moyle.
John T. Fife, of Vancouver, came In
Saturday night, and will remain a day or
so longer.
Jamea McPhee returned home last
evening from the coast. He spent several days at Nakusp on his way home.
J. E. Annable has been spending the
past day or two looking over his fruit
lands ln the neighborhood of Hurton
Thos. C. Johnston, the well known
commercial traveller, Is paying hiB regular autumn visit to the merchants of
Fred Fraser, late gold commissioner
at Revelstoke. ls In the city for a few-
days. Mr. Fraser is now in the real
estate and  timber  business.
Wm. Irvine, of Fred Irvine & Co., will
leave for the coast tonight. He will
visit Vancouver. Victoria. Seattle and
Portland and will be absent at least two
Gus Thomas has written Mis. Thomas
that he is getting, along well with their
new residence in Tacoma. and that It
will be ready for occupancy in a couple
of weeks.
A. E. McNaughton and wife, of Vancouver, are registered at the Hume. It
will please their many friends in Nelson
to learn that Mrs. McNaughton has almost completely recovered from her
prolonged illness.
F. J. Dcane returned to the city last
night after an absence of a fortnight
spent In Vancouver and Regina. in much
better health than when he left. Mr.
Deane was the only British Caolumbia
newspaper man who attended the conference at Regina.
Appreciation of Leader
of Conservatives.
A. E. Watts Compares Opposition
Chief with British Statesmen
and with Premier.
Will  be delivered    every evening    at
your  door for
Calgary*. Oct. 14.���A "Moral Reform
league ' has lu-.*ii organized for the pur-
or assisting Aid. Samls In his efforts to
drive disreputable houses from the cit*
_____ The mounted Police have closed
some houses on the outskirts and Ott* inmates are coming Into Calgary. Most of
tlie aldermen arc not op-iosed to segre
gallon of the evil in the east end. The
reform league says it will place clean
candidates in the field at the municipal
Calgary. Oct. 14.--The municipal
lighting plant will close the year with a
surplus of ten thousand dollars. This
Is after paying for extensive improvements which had been installed, and
doubling the capacity.
Saskatoon. Oct. 14.���Joseph Fletcher,
one of the oldest residents of this city,
was instantly killed Sunday. The horse
ho was driving ran away and he was
thrown out, the buggy turning upside
Typewriters Obsolete.
New York. Oct. 14.���Typewriter girls
may find their occupation gone if what
is said of a new Invention turns out to
be true. It is exhibited at the business
show now in progress in Madison Square
Gardens and is an automatic typewriter
run bv compressed air, and capable it
is r Id of writing from 5.000 to 10.000
words an hour for twenty-four hours at
a stretch. The inventor Is A. Merrill
of   Columbus.   Ohio.
F. Dtltinger's    Report    to     Railway
Commission Shows Care Were
King and Czar Meet.
Copenhagen. Oct.  14���A meeting be
tween  King Edward and  the Czar has.
been  arranged   to take  place   here   according to  Ihe correspondent
of    the
Bishop at Yale,
���w Haven,  Oct.  14.���Many  peopli
*'* '""led away from Wolsey Hall
v 1,1,7 ,'V '""" ""' "���������veisily iO-Vice
,.,,���!,''" "*"*l|lv held In .he chapel,
nun'I "   '"'     '���"���'nr Wliinliigion-lng-
T-*M0a,, ���"hop or ,"m<1""' i>'*""<*""'*-
��u.ilt.,il,im was filled to Ha capturity
New Soo Channel.
Saul! Ste. Marie. Mich. Oct. 14��� Waei
was turned into the new channel nf the
Sl.  Mary's  river at   Wc'l  Nelllsll yi'Slei*
day, marking the completion of one of
the blgger-l project- undertaken on tbe
Klrrtl lake* since the building of lhe Pee
Lock. The new channel is over two
miles in length. 9000 feel of which is
eut through solid rook. The channel is
three hundred teel in widili Willi a depth
at tire minimum singe or water of
twenty-two feet,   lt is locatedJtjj mllee
belOW   111.'  Son.  and   Hes  lo  tile west   ol
N. el.it'll bland, ihe present channel being to tiie east oi* Uie old channel. This
old channel will hereafter lie used solely
for up-bound boats, the heuvlly laden
down-bound crall using the new water
way which has none of lhe sharp nuns
Which are embarrassing lo the modern
not) foot frelghtere, the new channel will
not I., formally opened to navigation un-
111 spring. The project has cost upwards
of three million dollars.
Mitchell In Hospital.
Springfield, 111.. Oct. 14.���John Mitchell, president of Ihe Doited Mine Workers of America, has entered the hospital
at l.aSalle. 111., and II is said that he
will submit to an operation for appendicitis when his condition becomes more
Balloon   Record  Broken.
Gothenberg, Sweden. Oct.14.���The
daily Graphic Mammoth Balloon, which
left the Crystal Palace, London, Saturday night, has succeeded In its attempt
to break the oversea record. The balloon
crossed Ihe North Sea to Denmark and
travelled over Scandinavia with great
speed. Hearings were lost In a fog antl
an exciting descent was made al llrock-
In. Sweden, nt l.'!0 o'clock yesterday.
Found Guilty.
Sam Lock, the Chinaman on trial at
Bullion a year ago, hns been found
guilty and sentenced by Mr. Justice
Clement to be hanged December 4. The
present is the third trial which the accused has 'intlei'gone. At the first trial
the jury disagreed, nt the second though
found guilty, the accused received a new
trial through a technicality. The defence
was that Sam Lock had slain his victim
in self defence. The latter was a
klichen assistant. Sam Lock had been
for thirty years In the employ of J. Tl.
llobsou. who had the utmost confidence
ln him.
Ottawa. Oct. 14.���A. F. Dillinger, assistant to the chief traffic expert of the
railway commission, has made a report
to that body regarding the alleged
shortage of cars for fuel on the Crow's
Nest branch of the C. P. R..
He visited Lethbridge, Frank. Lillie.
Hlllcrest, Pellevue, Mlalrmore, Coleman
and Fernie, and found that there was a
shortage of cars to some extent during
the months of April, May, June and
July. Winter extending well into the
spring the equipment was tied up to
some extent in April and May. The
strike in the mines, accidents on the
line and the fact that the railway company was directing Its energies toward
moving the previous season's grain be
fore the new crop came in. accounted
for the shortage in June and July, but at
the time Dillinger was there, about Aug
20. there were more cars on hand than
were required.
Since July. Dillinger says, cars for
Canadian coal on the Crow's Nest line
have given facilities for maintaining the
supply. The mines shipping domestic
coal have not been short of cars since
July, but mines shipping to the United
States have been short at times. Owing
to scarcity of men few of the mines ar.
working to full capacity, hut with 2000
ears in continuous service throughout
the Crow's Nest district, he thinks thin
there Is not likely to be any shortage ol'
cars for hauling all the coal the miner-
can supply.
Mr. Dillinger adds that there wus then
In store at prairie towns west of Winni
peg BB.OOO tons or coal for domestic use
exclusive of what had been delivered
to consumers, and a further supply was
and Is still coming In for use on rail
ways. The C. P. R. had in store west of
Winnipeg 100.000 Ions of steam coal for
winter use. with not less than 150,000
tons more booked to arrive before the
close of novlgatlon.
Servant Girls. " l"""��J"
The Salvation Army are tying the ex
pertinent of Introducing 250 girls into
Hrltlsh Columbia to meet the lack of domestic help. The officials of the army
will investigate every application for
these girls to see that It Is bona fldcj
and that conditions are such that would
warrant the sending of a girl into service. It might be interesting to note,
that this ls not the ftrBl attempt thai has
been made to meet the demand for servant girls In lltttish Columbia. As far
back as ISfii Bishop Hills brought out a
number of girls from England, but for
various reasons tho experiment was not
(By A. E. Watts.)
Much has been written regarding Mr.
Borden's ability as a leader by hypercritical   self   constituted   experts     who
are totally ignorant of the man and also
of what constitutes a leader of men, or
rather of what the make-up of a man
should  consist who  aspires to  conduct
the public business affairs of the country. Like the business of an individual
or  a  corporation   public  business  does
not     necessarily     call   for     a   "silver
tongued orator," in fact history proves
that that class of men despite their ability to pull the wool over the eyes of the
public,   by  aid of  the  glamour of eloquence,  ofteu  have made  most  dismal
failures  in conducting the business af
fairs of an empire.    On the other hand
men who were not equal to Mr. Dordeu
as  orators   have  made  successes   most
magnificent.    Why?    Because they possessed the  power or instinct of choos
ing the men best adapted for their lieu-
tenent's.    That was  the  Becret of Na
poleon's success.    That was the secret
of the late Marquis of Salisbury's success as a Premier, as au administrator ol
nations, of men, and affairs;  as an or
ator be certainly was not equal to Mr.
Borden.    On  the  other  hand  take the
great orator whom Disraeli said "was
inebriated  with the exuberance  of his
own verbosity-*'    Mr. W.  E.  Gladstone
was  only   in  good   form  when  in  that
state,  and even his candid  friends ad
mined that he made an awful mess of
national   politics,   colonial   politics   and
international politics.    In fact you may
notice it in every day life that the man
afflicted with too much verbosity cannot
sec ahead the length of a gooseberry; as
a rule Ego is his religion, and he be
comes so rapt in the adoration of sell
that that  is  the  extent   of his   vision
Sir   Wilfrid     Laurler     resembles   Mr
Gladstone iu the exuberance of his ver
bosity,   and   he   certainly   excels     thi
"Grand Old Man" in getting things twis
ted up in a general muddle, and his bus
iness   acumen  in  choosing his  lieuten
ants, or generals, or managers, has cer
talnly not   proved  a  brilliant    success
witness Sifton. Hyman. Emmerson ant-
company. - But even all  that might b.
forgiven if he would be honest enough
to condemn and punish the culprits by
whom he has been surrounded for years
Silver-tongued oratory may gull the peo
pie  for awhile, but  it  will not deceivi
them all the time.
The  handwriting  is ou the  walls o<
the nation:  "Mene, Meue, Tekel Ophar-
sin. Thou art weighed In the balancr
and found wanting." If not seen it can
be felt. Mingle amongst the crowds, as
I have done, after the biggest meet
lugs, lo hear the pros and cons; thai
is the place to feel the pulse of thi
nation; one cannot expect to feel the
pulse throbbing through the medium
of a subsidized press, and the masser-
begin to realize the fact that, notwitl,
standing denials to the contrary, they
have been hoodwinked by the men the.,
put their whole faith In. that their trust,
has been shamefully betrayed.
Ancient and modem history demon
Ktrate the fact that the anger of au
Indignant people cannot be stayed hy
silver-tongued orators, who have grossly
mismanaged the affairs of the public.
Not so many years since such traitors
once the Idols of the people, were ripped limb from limb by an enraged populace, and if the people knew of one lull!
of what has transpired, and what is at
the present time taking plnce, they
would rise in their might and hurl their
betrayers to perdition. Much has come
to light, more ls coming; the sleuth
bounds of the nation are on the war
Can any person explain why a piime
minister or a monarch should be an orator? King Edward does not claim to
be an orator, but luckily for the empire
he Is a splendid diplomat. Mr. Borden
does not profess to be un orator, and
fortunately   for  Canada   he     possesses
qualities of:*Jartgl
ebrlatlon ciur"-*"
A long time since I suggested to Mr.
Borden that he enter into competition
with Sir Wilfrid Laurler by adopting
some of his methods of stage play, for
theatrical effect, but that is foreign to
his nature, and he showed his sound
judgment by not attempting it.
The greatest objection raised by hia
opponents against him as a leader of
men is that he is not an orator and lacks
the magnetic power to enthuse his audience, but he strikes the thinker as a
man who is in earnest, absolutely in-
nocantof the charm of the political
bunco man. a man who deals with a
constructive policy instead of a destructive one. He handles the former in a
thoroughly statesmanlike manner with
no   equivocation.
The statement that he lacks the personal magnetic power of attraction is
only made by those who do not know
him, and even such critics if possessed
of ordinary intelligence could arrive at
a different conclusion by deduction. No
man could win and hold the position
as a leader of a great party without it.
Members who have Bat in parliament
over a quarter of a century are his closest friends and greatest admirers, and
speak of him always in the highest
terms, mingled with affection, esteem
and respect. Mr. Borden is businesslike in his habits and is one of the
hardest workers in Parliament. He not
only devotes his whole time but has
sacrificed his private fortune for pub
lie work, a striking contrast to members
of Sir Wilfrid's Government.
One thing Is certain, that If the people
of Canada choose to entrust the reigns
of government to Mr. Borden, he cannot
possibly use less sagacity in choosing
the members of his cabinet than Sir
Wilfrid Laurier has done during late
years. And the people may rest assured that he will not tolerate anything
of an unclean nature, graft or corruption, within the scope of his influence.
Can that truthfully be said of his great
Prof.  Mills, of Railway Board   Tells of
Difficulties Growing Out of
Procter Hill and Timber
New Liskeard Capitalist Acquires
Extensive Properties on
Kootenay Lake.
R. B. Herron, of New Liskeard, Ont.
has purchased a large amount of A. E.
Watts' timber holdings on Kootenay
lake and also his controlling Interest in
the Procter Lumber company. Including
some fruit lands, the consideration being upwards of 1100,000.
Mr. Herron ls one of the many successful eastern lumbermen and has been
operating for many years ln tho Cobalt
district. It is hiB intention to bring his
family and many of his old employees
from the east. He Is delighted with tbe
grand scenery and says the climate
alone is worth coming for.
After seeing the capabilities of this
district as a fruit producer, he is already
infected with a desire to become a fruit
He has not loruied definite plans yet
as to the resumption of operations at
the Procter mill.
Ottawa, Oct. 14.���On the subject o*
the investigation of railway accidents
Dr. Mills, rail-.ay commissioner, write-
to the presB that the work of the in
spectorB of the commissioners iB thoro
ughly impartial and fearless. In deal
ing with their reports, the board, says
Dr. .Mills, is aware and not unmindful
of the following facts:
(1) That for several reasons, espe
cialiy the great demand for men to op
erate new lines on railways in Canada
and the United States the railway com
panies find much difficulty In getting
and keeping well trained and thoroughly efficient men of experience in tbi
responsible positions filled by many railway employees.
(2) Tbat railway men, dispatchers
conductors, enginemen, firemen, brake-
men and others have difficult, hazardout
and more or less perplexing duties to
perform during the night, as well as tht
day, und iu all kinds of weather.
(3) That in failures and offences ot
employes, even the most culpable neg
ligence, the most flagrant violation ol
rules or the moBt reckless taking ol
chances, the only way the railway com
panies can administer discipline Is by
reprimand, suspension or dismissal,
forms of punishment which count for
very little when a man has only to walk
across tbe street, from one company to
another, and secure as good a position
as the one he has lost.
All   these   facts  are fully   considered
by the commission in dealing with each
case.     When   the   punishment  inflicted
by  the  railway company  is  considered
just aud adequate,  no uction is taken.
When   the   punishment   is   regarded as
clearly inadequate to commission sometimes, but not ofteu, requests or directs
Ihe company  to inflict such  additional
punishment as the interest of the rail
way employees and Ihe travelling pub
lie seem to demand, and when loss ol
life Is caused, either by neglect or pe-
nurlousness  on  tho  part of a  railway
company, or through what appears to be
inexcusable carelessness or flagrant violation of well known rules by a railway
employe or railway employes, the case,
with a copy of the evidence, la sont to
tlie attorney-general of the province in
tei-Bted, that ho may consider whethet
further action Is advisable in Ihe inter
ests   of  the   travelling   public   and   es
peiially in the interests of railway train
men. who suffer most of all from failures
on the pait of rullway  companies anil
negligence,   recklessness  or   perversity
on  the part of  those   who are directly
responsible for the shunting of cars and
the  running of rullway  trains.
in some instunees employee whohn*.*
been responsible for serious fatal ncci
dents have lied to ihe United States,
and. sn frir. no action has been taken
In any province to bring back such
fugitives und have them stand their
A Pease he.
Chicago, Oct. 14.���A despatch from
Milwaukee, Wis., Bays Mrs. Lydia
Peasche, of this city, has been leff*_ fortune of $400,000 by Senor Juan Joe
Mandel of Mexico. The Senor saw a
photograph of Miss Peasche and fell In
love with lt He wrote a letter to the
young woman, ardently expressing his
love, but she did not respond. Soon
afterwards he died and when his will
was opened it was found that his entire
fortune was left to the woman of the
picture whom he had never seen. Inasmuch as there are no heirs at law and
as the will is legally drawn Mrs. Peasche
will get the money as soon as the estate
is administered. She was until recently
Mrs. Paul Rosenthel of West End, Wis.,
but was granted a divorce, the custody
'of her daughter, two years old, and the
'^privilege of resuming her maiden anme.
Drowned in Diving Suit.
Newbury Port, Mass., Oct. 14.���Edwin
Dwyer, a deep sea diver of Portland.
Maine, was drowned on Sunday by the
capsizing of a boat. Dwyer had been at
work in the harbor here on a sunken
schooner and with John Christian rowed
to the city to have photographs taken.
Dwyer was clad in his rowing Buit minus
his helmet. After posing, the two men
started to row hack to the vessel and
the boat capized. Dwyer, In his diving
suit, went down to the bottom like a
shot, but Christian  swam ashore.
Nationalist  Orator    Returns   to  Active
Politics and Declares Loyalty
to Party Leader.
Dublin, Oct. 14.���John Dillon, member
uf parliament from East Mayo, has returned to political activity and In a letter addressed to the Tyrone Nationalists
declares himself thoroughly in sympathy
with John Redmond and his party. He
declares the criticism of Redmond was
without foundation and said that Redmond acted with the greatest possible
independence, courage and judgment,
and that the Irish cause hud made more
progress in the last two years tan ln
any other two years during the thirty
years of his politif'tl life. When the
facts about the council bill becume fully
kuown, he declared, that Redmond and
his party will be triumphantly vindicated.
American Commander Insane.
Paris, Oct. 14.���Commander Briggs,
United Slates Navy (retired) was picked up yesterday by the police while wandering aimlessly on the streets, and
placed in tbe asylum for the Insane.
Subsequently he was turned over to
the naval attache at the American embassy, who placed him under medical
treatment. A despatch from Parts on
Friday said that Commander Brings'
actions were causing alarm to his
friends there. He seemed to be suffering rrom the hallucination that he was
being persecuted.
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Monday,  October  14,  1907.
The question still continues to be
largely discussed, especially by two ->r
the coast papers���who Is responsible foi
the absence In Canada ol an Asiatic Ex-
elusion law? The Vancouver Worldand
tha Victoria Times are perpetually discussing this question, as it there wera
any difficulty tn arriving al ;��� conclusion
as tu ilie persons upon whom thai responsibility oughl In justice to be fastened. Their statements In regard to this
are very positive, bul thi re in a clear
"nun sequltur" in the bj suments by
which tiny would support the its
ments. Wa think that not many ..
ought to be required in showing where
ihiii   responsibillt)   ought   to  be  placed,
For one thing, it is not a Uttli b
i ause tbe membt rs ol I tn U -l- ral pa
llament from this provlnoe, all ol tht tu
by tho way supporters uf the Laurier
government, did not ai the; should
have done, voice thi unmistakable sentiments of the people ol ti.. provl c<
against the bringing Into tdrci Ln Canada of the Imperial treaty with Japan
when this matter was befort the Canadian parliament toi consldi ration. Their
alienee on thai occasion was construed,
as might have been expected by them,
as acquiescence with the measure then
before parliament-��� the bringing into
force in Canada the provisions ol
treaty, it was clearly ;i betrayal of the
Interests of their constituents which
they bad been sleeted to safeguard The
members of the Canadian parliament
who represented eastern const!tuenofen
were not. and could noi be expected to
be, as familiar with the considerations
which should govern in ttiis matter,and
with the sentiments prevailing In this
provlnoe, as those who represented its
const i i ti.-nclus,     They   would  therefore
expect to be advised by them. Such a
matt* r would be governed by considerations wiiii which the members irom B.C.
should be specially familiar. They, however, kepi silent thereon. Borne of
these members have indeed been loud
voiced recently, making up for past
silence. McPherson, M. P., In particular, has on various occasions given very
heated expression to Asiatic exclusion
Views. With much noise if with but
little sense he has been expressing the
need which exists of immediate and
drastic action In this matter, intimating
that otherwise there mlghl be another
Boston tea party. He however, with
the other M. p*s from Hritish Columbia,
was B.lenl when he should have spt _c< n
Had the B. ('. members done their duly
then, Canada would noi today be fettered with this treaty. Their lamentable
failure to embrace the opportunity then
makes ihem largely responsible for the
state ol things which we have today.
Then the federal government Is responsible for this iii another way. The
Vancouver World, and the papers thai
take their bad rrom it. are perpetually
Insisting thai the premiers of this province should, constitutionally must, assume responsibility tor the action ��>r ths
lleut-governor in noi assenting to the
Natal Exclusion Act of hist session, i
quotes wuh approval In a recent issue
the following with other stuff, rrom the
Toronto Telegram  (one ol Canada's free
lance newspapers), commenting thereon
hi Its usual feeble-forcible manner:
"An auti-Asiatic aci passed by the
British Columbia i< glslature has been
vetoi i ii> the lieutenant-governor, Hon.
���lames Dunsmuir.
"That fact thai the McBride ministry
is still in office prow a thai Hon. Richard
McHride accepts responsibility for that
'If British Columbia ;�� really the
home of seething Indignation against
.Asiatic labor, Mon. Richard McBride
would have resigned the minute his
minute his Asiatic bill was vetoed."
We pass by the statement mat the
lieutenant-governor vetoed the said act,
with the remark that he did nothing of
'he  kind.  .        lie     did   a   very   different
thing- he reserved it for the pleasure
of the governor general In council, i. <���.
the federal government, a very differ-
i nt thing. The statements in this quotation Ignore the fact ��� -patent to every
one who will give tO the matter any
couBldciutlon��� that the lieutenant-gov
ernor sustains a two fold relation to 'bt
people of this province ami the executive, lie is an officer of the federal government under the B. N. A. Act, and he
is also the bead of the provincial exocu
live. li was clearly not in the latter
capacity that he reserved the said act,
ror be bad noi been advised In this matter by his executive; had not sought
their advice; had indeed announced his
intention to reserve it for the pleasure
or the governor general in council before the time came to get advice thereon
from his government, clearly Intimating
thai he regarded himself as acting as
an officer of the federal government
We ail .oineml'or indeed thai It ts
only a short time ago that the premier
had been roundly blamed as having advise His Honor not to assent to this act.
A few very explicit words Irom the
premier caused a withdrawal, or at
least a modification of the charge that
he had SO advised His Honor. lt is
now toned down to read as follows: "We
bave contended that when Premier McBride permitted the lieutenant-governor
to refuse his assent to the Bowser Hill.
&C." How could Premier McHride prevent this? The lieutenant-governor acted wholly as an officer of Hie Dominion
government His Honor was of course
aware (but a similar hill had several
times previous to this been disallowed
by the governor-genera 1-in-council. and
he therefore thought it to be his duty
to reserve this hill, and intimated in
advance to the premier his intention to
do so. He felt sure that it would have
the late of previous acts of the same
tenor aud he iu consequence reserved it
for the pleasure of those whom he was
representing in this matter.
Now if the federal government Is solicitous or even willing that the said act
become law, the way is easy and simple
to make this act effective and that without any delay. The governor-general-
in-council, i. e. the federal government,
can make this act law any day it chooses
to do so.    It is "up to" that government
Tbe effort so persistently made hy th*
World and its following, to shift the
onus lor the existing state ol things
upon the provincial executive is done tc
keep the public from realising who is
responsible for it. No part of this re
ponsibillty rests upon the government
of this province, lt had the Natal Exclusion Act passed by parliament at
its last session, undeterred by the intimation made by the lieutenant-governor
that he would reserve it. What benefit
would accrue to the province ii the leg.
islat ure were called together and re-
enact it? None whatever. It is "up to"
His Honor and the federal government
to act in the matter. He hns acted as a
Dominion official throughout this matter, not in any way under tho jurisdiction of the provincial government- H Ifl
tlie federal government and not that of
the province, that is responsible tor the
existing siale of things, the former alone
having the power to apply an effective
Some one has of course to assume responsibility for the official acts oi" His
Honor to the electorate; and the proper
and only parties upon whom this responsibility rests ami can rest is that government���Dominion or provincial���
which has the power, if it will, to make
the act of exclusion effective. That is
the true test uf responsibility���as to
where it  rests.
Notice  I.*-  hereby tires   Unit  tht undersigned
bave lubmttted ic* the Lieutenant Governor-ln-
Council a proposal under tho pmrliloni of ihe
"Riveraand Stream* Act,*' for Blearing and re*
moving --t.siriH-li.-ii*. 'n��m<'o>it Kiver and Meadow Creek,in the lu-triet of Weil Kootenay, and
for n-akini.    tbeeamefll    for   rafting   and    drlv
lni thereon Ion, timber, lumber, rn fin rod crt-ft*-
and    for   erecting and   tiiiiintiLlniug    booms   for
holding, porting atei delivering togi and ttmber
brought dowo teld oreek ami river, end for attaching   boomi   to Hit-   Iboreoi  -��ld   ereek   atid
river for **vi pnrposei
lhe lurid*, lobe affected bv said work are:���
I.nti. toO, 6187, 4603, mid rub loin 1,0, tl in, 11 and
Ut of I,oi WJ2. Uronp 1, Kootenay District.
The toll* proposed to beobarged are unci, i.*
mav be fixed by the Judge ol *
of ��"������-.' Kooi'iiay
idge of the County (.'ourt
Puled Silt  Inly, 11NI7.
thr i *rrnttUTiov.tti biimiKit .*_ KsscasTixx co.,
To   Contractors.     Builders,     Carpenters
and   House Agents.
It having been brought to the notice
of ihe city Council ihat certain sections
of By-laws No's 71 and 186 are not and
have not been observed, 1. e. sections T.,
<; and 7 of By-law 71 and sections
7 ami 8 of Hy-law 186 which provide
that permission of the Klrc Wardens,
the City Engineer and Building Inspector must hist be obtained and plans rle
posited with tbe Huilding Inspector before ' reeling new buildings or additions
or repairing, altering or renovating existing buildings,
Therefore notice is now finally Issued
that on and after this dale any person
or persons noi complying with the build
Ing By-laws of the city of Nelson, I. e
By-laws No.'s 71 and 136 will be prose
euted as provided therein. By Order.
W. E. WASSON, City Clerk.
Nelson, li. C, October 12, 1D07.
Nelson Lulld District.   District id Wesl Koot
Take not Ire thai Et, B, r. Smyth, ol   I Krf
r, 11.
���aiion lumberman, Lni udi to apply (ot
a .pedal ttmber Ucenoe over the following described lands:
No. i. Commenolnj ata poet planted mar the
noii beest comer poal ol Lot No SMS, on Lemon
Creek and merited tt. B P. Etmyth hou tit weat oor-
mrpoisi No l, theme iu ohaini nurth   more oi
loM [.. about midway ol (he tiniith bound ar*)  hue
oi umber Licenee No, USO, thence 80ebalni east,
ihonce-to ebaiaa louts, thenoe �����'> ehalns east.
Ihenoe 40 ci-atio- ���onth. thonce ���**'��� obalns west,
more or less to ihe loutbeasl eorner ol aforesaid
i.oi No 1648, thenoe K) obslni north - thenoe 40
ohaini weit to the point ot oommenoemenl
Dated -B>tb July. v.hii. ti.. ti. v smvth,
Henry Kchheil, Agent.
Kelaon Land District    Dlatrlct ol West Kootensy.
Tako notice that Henry Ketithert ol Kelaon, B.
C . prospector- lntenda to a- pij tor a apooial licence to OUt and carry away Umbel from lhe following described 1 tools:
No. ti. OonunenalOS Ht h   posl plauted near the
aortheast corner poet *>��� ritabei tdoenee .vo B_M
Hini   iiiarkcil   llcnrv  U* nheri norlhwest coruer-
posi   No   ti, theuee ho ebalni  Booth* tbenoe SO
cnalni cam, thenee BOebslna nortb, tbenoe ho
ehalns went to place of eouonem ement.
Haled July Mth, ii*07.
No. 7. t'omnieiiclng al a poet planted uear the
northwest corner pout of Umber Uoenoe No '.'J����5
and marked Henry Keichert S. weet corner post
No 7, theuee 160 chains east, thenoe 4u ebalni
norlh. thenee   lfiO chains   wesl. theace-IU chaina
sotith to point of corniui>--ccu.clll.
Dated July Stttb, latn.
No. 8. Oenunenolni Kt h posl plantedon Monument creek about 70 chain-- more or lot* from
��lie re Monument creek etnt-tu-s into LCUDOB
creek ami marked Ueury Keichert UoriheH-.t cor*
nerpost No  8  thence IU> chains south, thine.- Hi
ehains wesi. thence LBO ohalna north, tbence40
chalna cast to place ol oommeneement.
Dated July xt-th. 1901 Hk.sk-   kkii iiickt,
NeUon I-and District.   District ol Welt l-ootenay
KoUce le hereby siven that 80 daya after date
I intend toappiy to the Chlel Commlsalonet of
Landi and works for permlaalon to cm and
earry away timber from the (oUowlng dcsiribed
No.      Commencing at a poal marked  Et.AflL
N. W. corner,'200 chain-'eusi ol the N E. corner
of Jot No &V2, posl marked K.S. N.K. coruer,
thence easl BO dial na, ibenoH south so eiiau,*.,
thenoe west do chains, thi ace north st* chains to
place of oommencement ountalnlni 640 acrea.
No .*> Commencing ai tbe N w. oorner of H.
.- B. timber claim No   i, ihence norlli ��o chains,
ihence   east  80 chains, ihein-e  couth   HO  cliaitis.
thenee west ho chains to place of oommenoament
at location post .no   5, oontalnlng t*iu acres
i u. BcHB_ut_raHomf, Looator.
beo   Hum roft, Agent.
Dated July .Nth. VJOl.
y.clson Uiil District.   Distrn tot West ECootexUty
lake  nni ice thai   I, i hailcs Sidney  1-eaiy, of
Bnrtoo City, ti. O., occupation termer, intend to
apply for permission  to purchase   the   followitu
dcacrlbed land: Commencing at a post piautwl
hIxhh live ralk-i Dorthweit from the inouth of
Mosquito creek and niaik_<l "C, B. f-'l northeast
corner," thenee south Bo cbains, thenee west ho
ehains, tbenoe north BU ehalns, thence east hi
chains to point of commencement, containing
040 acres*
Sept. 7lh, 1907. CK-VRUH SlI'NKY   LBART,
Nelson Lftiiit District. District ol Wtst Kootenay
Take notice that Moore, Kepple A I o., of Garland, Penn . occupation Lumbermen, intends to
apply tor a apeclal tlmbei Uoenoe over the following described lands: Commencing at a r<-*-t
planted on Mosquito creek, on tbe west side of
Arrow lake, aiol about one hull mite west id the
s.oiilhwt-.l ic.rnerof tlmtajr limit No. 4H77, thence
oortb80chains, thence west .so ehains, theuce
south w ehaius, thenee east s" Ctbalm to point of
eonunenccmeni, and eoniaiuiu^ 840 acrea. more
or lesa.
Dated 16th, July, 1W7.      Moor*-, Kki-i-i.f -.t CO.
John r. i'ai.ki.ns. Agent,
Nelson I and Di-trlel,   Diltlietof Welt Knoteliay.
Take notice that livan Me* [eUand Krascr, ->f
Fernie, B. I.'., eb-tk, Intends toappiy for a Special
Deem c  over  the  folios Iiik   (foetsrlbed   landa i
Oommenoing at a post planted about seven
miles west of the Kootenay river, ami ahout one
mile DOrib of the iniernatlonul hoiindary line,
anil about one and a <j uarter uortn-euterly trom
the Dorlb-eaitcorner of tiint���-i Ueenee Ko, 8067,
thein-c south H0 ehaius,  theme   woitSO chains,
tbence north so ebalni, tbence east 80 chains to
point of oommeneement, ami containing m^
acres, more or less.
Located 12th. of June, 1007.
Dated thli Hth Of July, 11*07.
Nelson Land District.   District Ol West Kootenay
Take net.ee tha* (Vealey Bovee. of RltsvUle,
Wash , occupation butcher, lntendi to apply for
asjteeiai ttmber Uoenoe over the following dee-
eribed lands; on the east llde of Prleat river:
UoiDmenriiiK at a poet planted One and a half
miles norlh of the internali..iia. Innin 'ary line,
thence WMt 80 ebalni, thenee south HO chains,
thence easl Wi ehaius, thence norlh 80 chains to
point of commencement, oontsioing 040acres,
mon- or less.
Dated rtept. 1 Ith, 11V7. Wkslky BOVBS,
K W.-b-tTH, Agent
Nelson I.auil District.   District Ol West Kootenay
Take notloe that Simon P. BcbiJfel, of Mailer,
Idaho, occupation lumberman, intend' to apply
for a special timber licence over the following
described lands; ou the east si-ie of Priest river:
Commencing at a POIt planted on the east side
of Priest river, two and a half mil* I north of the
International boundary line, theuee nor h 80
chains,   theme  east  HO ehalnt,   thenee   -multi HO
chains, thence west80chaini to potnt of oom*
menceineni, coiiiaiiiihtc 6*0 acrss, more or less.
Dated Wept. Mth. 1H07. Himon P. Eh hifvul,
K. W'.BMini, A--ent.
Kelson Land District, District ot West Sootenay
Take notice that Clyde K McClure, of KilSvllle,
\S'a-<h , occupation barber, lnicnds to apply lor
a special timber Ucenoe over the following described lands; On the east side of Priest river,
two and a half miles north of the inter national
boundary line: <'oinineticlng alapost ['boiled
two nnil a half miles north ol the international
boundary line, thenee east H-i (halns, thonce
south hu < halns thenee went 80 chains, thenee
IIOl Lh HO ehalns to  lhe   point   Ol   coilimencemeiil
and containing mo acree, more or less.
Dated -Sept. Mth, 1W7. Cl-YIH- E.  McCtDltS,
K, W. SMITH. Aij.fiit.
Nelson Land DlltTlCt, District of Wesl Kootwnay
Take liolbe that Jay Bovee. of Ililzvillc. Wash ,
oooupatlon butcher, Intends to spply for anpecui
timber   licence  over the   billowing   deeoribed
lauds; on lhe cast side of Iriest river: Com-
ineioing al a post planted one and Shall mile.
nortn of Internationa] boundary line, theme
easi ho ehains, tbence woutb H��i chiiiriH. tbenoa
weit   Ho  ehains,   thenee   north   Wl  chains   to the
point of commencement, containing 640 sorei,
���more or less.
Dated Kept. Mth, 1907. J**  Hovss.
K. W.Buith, Agent.
Nelson Land District.   Dlstrlctof West Koo
Notice Is Hereby given lhat 30 days alter d,.,.   .,
.lor.n P.flwedberg, miner, of N.-laon, ti.f , Intend
to apply to the Hon. the chief Commissioner of
Lsnd aiid Work! for h special licenee to cut mid
carry awav limber from the following described
lands situate.I 00 Huiiiinlt creek, lu lhe West
Kootenay Illstrlct;
No. 1.--Commencing at a post marked J P. B*S
timber limit, northeast corner post, located -n
west fork of Kummlt creek about two miles from
main creek, theme running south 8tj chain.-,
thence running west 40 chain**, thenee running
north 40 ehalns, theuee wcHt 40 chains, then ������
north HO chains, thence running SSSI 10 ehalns,
thenee running south-10 chains, thence east 10
ehains tO plate of cniiimenecment.
Located on tbe 89th day of August, 1907.
fOHS Pi BWHOBSBO,  J-oeator.
per his spent Pm< t McIh-nai t>
No.2.  Commencingcts0ostmarked ���' P.fl'i
timber limit, northweat oornsf post, located on
west fork of Hummlt creek, about two mllei from
main ereek, thence running south 80 ebalni,
thSOOe running east HO chnins, thence running
north KO eliHlns, tbenei running WOSt 80 ehalns
lo place of commencement.
Located on the 29tb dav of August, P.K17
John 1- BW-tnBKIUl, locator,
per his agent I'iock McDonald.
Notice Is hereby given 1 hal W) daj-H alter dale I
l&tfnd to npply fo the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lit mis and '*��� orks for rK-rmltidoii to pup hn<-e
the following described lands, situated In Wesl
Kootensy district: Commencing ��t h post mark-
SdbynSmS as Initial (tost of the Honth Fork
brain h, tine hundred feet from the function of
Lost oreek with the south fork; then-'- one-
quarter mile lo the north weat corner post, thenee
oue mile to the uortheait corner poat, theuce
We   arc now showing a   complete   stock of
Ladles' Klanni letto Nlnlit Robe- -rom
$1 tin up.
t'liii.li.'irs Flannelette Ml-Ih Rotm
rrom 75c up.
Ladlea' Dr, .skirts from %-Stii ���aoh
One of the largest stocks of Furs this
side of Wmr.iperj to select from and our
prices are exceedingly low in  this line.
Children'- Coat-    rnr   leea ,
vi'ins     A good lni to plot fro rt.
S|i..<l.illy.   A   n__   Hlnrk uf     -ilea'
Plannel and silk .shirt  w.istH
A vi'iy lnrni> asHiirtmi'ii (,f i._|,.8'
Fall an.l Winter Cloth ttlitl I** .'..I ink
its  nt   Wry   Low   I'rli'i'K.
One of the finest stocks if Millnery,
Trimmed nnd Pattern Hats ,c havi yet
6hown..   Prices   Reasonable.
We Invite Inspection of our Stock and Prices and Wil  Endeavor
to Please our Customers.
one-*iuartur mile to the lontheast corner post,
taence one mile to tbe plaoe ol oommenoemenl
June r., voi.       Looated by Wu  Cowjioij \
Nelson ismd Dtstriot. Uistnctol West Kootenay
Take notice ihnt we, ftrcblbald Hr-mii-r and
Qeorse Vonns, hoth ol the city of Nelaon, In the
I'rnvtiicf of British I'oliimhii* inmtM rm��n, In-
!.������:>! I., npply for special Uiiiiat lleent-cs over the
following deecrihed lands:
I Commencing nt ��� poet planted about -' -"
yardi weaterly from the Jnnctlou of ihe north
it in 1 n in in forks of Summit creek, a croek Bowlns
Into Kootenay rlvei aonth of the aonthuru end ol
Kootenaj lake ln the dm cl of Weai Kootenay!
which |oni tion La abonl 1- ������- 3D mllei from Horn iiilh   nf    aUCh   ere, _, lh- ;     s-mth 4o   t halns,
thenee eaai ISO ehalna, thenee north -to ohaini,
tbence wesl 160 ohalna to the pointed eonunont o-
iiiL-u' Hini containing 540 acrei more or lees.
Ale li ii-Al.l-   HUKHMII.
Dated this uh .uv or a.ikusi. pjo7.
2. Commenalog at a posl plniitetl nt-out SU
y__.r. 1*- weaterly Irom tba main ��'-.i north fiirk-t ol
summit oreek,��� creek fioxvintt into Kootenay
rivet eoutb ol tbe aouthern end of Kootensy lakt
In the district Ol Wesi Kootenay. thence south to
chain**, then-e weel h ehalni, thence south -"
chaini, thence weel 10 ehatm, tbenoe nonh do
ohaini, thenoe eait  vt chaina, thence nortb  to
elm ins, thence ��� 11-I f   i-liMin*- H' tin   point ������[ rom-
menoeinsnl and cniHintng bio acres mors or
li --. unosos Votnto*
Dated this .'.th day of August, l9or,.
.'. Coiiinicneini* *,t u po-t planted abonl 900 feet
north from the hunk 'if the main Bummll 1 reek,
��-!j-i ahoiil 2 milea waiterly from the Junction ol
the norm fork ami the main fork ol audi oreel
u eraek :...v.in_- mln K.>..i   mi-   liver south ���<( the
louthern end ol Kooteuay take in the dlstrloi "I
West Kn-.tenay, theuce south SO ebalna, thenc.*
east HO chalm them.- north W chains, thenoe
-A.est Hl�� chnins to  the   point of   < ommencement
and eoniaiiiin-- mo acres mon or leu
AKeniBAi.n Bjuntjont,
Dated this r.th ��lay nf Angnst, UKR,
���I Oommenoing ��t a posl planted ahout 2 milea
up an unnamed creek tlmvlnj. into Bummll
creek from the south at aDO-jl 22   mil's from the
mouth of .summit oreek which latter li a creek
flowine into Kootenaj* tiver -".uth of the louthern end "f KOOtenay lake In ihe distri t of West
Kootenay, Ihence north to chains, thence  easl Ho
ohalna, ihence south so chains, thenee wsstso
chsins to ths point ol oommenoament and con
it-mini* MO aero- in .re or Less*
IJKiiRi.v: Yoi-m, .
hated lblH.f.lh day of AngOlt, 1!**7.
r. Conunsnolng Ht �� post planted two mllei up
un unnamed creek flowln-* Into Summit creel
from the south at ahout 22 miles from the mouth
Ol .-millmil creek, which latter t<* a oreek ' > ���- u>.-
Inlo Kooienay river south of Ihe southern end
of Kootenay lake in ihe illstrlct of West Kootenay, tbenoe -outh w, chains, thenoe east to
chains.ttience north ho chains, ihence west80
chains to the point ol oommeneement and coo
talnifiK MO acres more or less
Alt! HIHAI.l.   HltKMNKK.
Hated this fith day of AUgtlSt- V.Kn.
h Commencing  ata posl plsnted  ahout  one
and h half   mil-sup the   north   fork of   Summll
creek, s creek flowing Into sootenay river souih
of thehtoutbern end of sootenay i��k" in the dli
t-ht ol Weet Kooteniiy. thence east ho cIihIii.,
theiir-e   south    II) chains, thctice   cms!    lo   eh.iili-.
thenoe loutb 40cbains, thence wectso nhalna,
iiiiine north vt cbatna,-tbenoe  weet 40 ehalni,
thenci north _Ul chains to the point of coiniiieuce
men) and oontalnlng BtO acrei tnore or less
0SOROS Vol .h.i.
Hated Ihlstilh day of A UKUst, 1W)7.
7. <"ommetic|ni_ at a post planted SOOUl one
mile and a hall   up   the   norlh   fork   of  Bummll
creek, a ereek fiowim* into Kootena* rlvor aouth
of the   southern   end of Kooleuay   lekf-.   m   the
dli tricl ot Wesi Kootenuy, tbenoe not ih -tochaini,
thciicc   WMt   in   ObSlOS,   thence   north  10 ChalUI
thenoe east mi chains, tbenoe aonth fa * haiu��,
thence ensl -to  Chains,   Ihence   rioi-'h    I.i . L,iln-,
tbenoe west ho chains ui ihe polntof commence
Mieut and contniniuR 040 sorw, more or Less,
Dated thin fith day of aukuM. 1907.
AltlMIHAI.I, H hi* MS Kit
H. f'ommeiieinj- ��t a |M.st plsnted ahout a
ijiiiirter Of Smile westorly from lhe north fork
..I Hum in tt   creek,   and   ahoiit   two   miles   nnd   a
ball upsuoh north fork Iron Iti Junction with
tlie main Bnmmlt creek, n creek flowing Into
Kootenay river, south of the southern end nl
KoolrllHV lake In Ihe district   of West   Kootenay,
thence north ho ebalni) tbenoe east ho chnins,
theuce Mouth to chfttns,  thenCS west HO chains to
ihe point of commebiement, snd oontalnlng 840
lures, more or legs
haled this till, day of AugUlt, 1007.
qsoros yoovo.
0     (JommencliiK   lit   11   pM|   planted    hIkmiI   a
uarter of a mile   westerly   fnun   the norlh   fink
of Bnmmlt Oreek Sttd ahout three miles up-unh
north fork Cram us lunation with tbe main Hum,
mil 1 iei k, a creek flowlnp- 111(0 kooIciihv tiver,
���outh of lhe s'liilherii end of Kootenay hike lu
lhe district Well Kootenuy, thenci* well ho
Qbalni,   thence   north KO chains,   thenci,  easl-so
ohalna, tbence south ko chains to ihe point of
oommenoementi nnd oontalnlng 0-10 acres, more
or less.
[;ate.l thla nth day of AogUlt, 1007,
Alt* iniiAl.ii BBBMlfl-Bt
to,  Commencing at a post pinntod sbout n
tjiinrlcr of a mile westerly from lhe norlh fork
ol Kummlt ereek and ahout tine*- miles up sic h
north f'irk from Its junction wllh the mtt In Hummit creek, a creek flowing Into Kootenay river,
touth oi the loutbern end of 100 ten ay  lake, in
lhe iliwlricl of West Kooleiinv, Ih'-'H" wesl I'J
chains, thence   south IflO  ehains    Ihence  east  I"
chains* thenee north Joo ebalni to tic poim of
commencement, an J oontalnlng 640 ai-res, more
or leal,
Imted thin will day of AnmiM. iwn.
ARI'MIIUI.I. Hhcmskk-
II Oommsnotng at a pml planted abnul imif h
mile easlerly Trom the souih folk of Mtuimii
creek and ni 'in one mile no ith of the inn In
.'nun.1I1   cruek, n creek   flowing   Into   kootena
o'eimv laic
In the di'in.'i nf Wm kootenay, tbenos aaal SO
ehains, thenee KiathBu ehalns, thenee weel to
chsins, thsnee   north 80 chaini   to the point ol
oommenoemenl and 1 nntainiug mo *>-r tore
or leei aw ii'HAi.n HKKMsaa.
i''.!' d tti ii Hist day oi Angii-.., IW7.
Kelson Land his mi.  Diatrlet of West Kootsnjty
Take in it he thai       DOTO, Kepple 0> CO . of '����r-
land. Penn., oroonation lumovrmon- Intend to
spply tor a ipaetal timber Ueenee over the (01-
1..,* 1 ni. dc.enu .1 landi I   Uommi bi 1 'ir m a i-ost
pianu-i on a (.i.t , ei..,*!,. .n  in,   _,,���t m,u, nf
Arrow lake, and abont nne hair mtla west, ol the
south���-. ii eornei ol 1,11,0. 1 limit No 1877, thenee
south to ehainm.   thCQCl    M   -'   S3 ebalni,   tbenoe
north SO chalne, thenee aaal to chains to point ol
romm.uc<'iu* ut, and oouWinlns 11" aores, more
or less.
Hated lftth July, 1907.      Moos*, *������ WVWtM A Oo
J ihw h Caunna   tgwit.
Nrl-i.i, I n tnl 111-tr let    Diatrlet Ol Wesi Kooleuay
Take  nollce   Lhal   William    Andrew    Kohi.  of
l-eio.. . B   *'   .   1. .tiM fcecp. r   io..*,, i. .��� ��,.���iv ,���r
a iperial limb r in otutc over ih - foiiowin-c nea*
erlbed   landi:    ' ommenoing   '��'   h  i*o-t   planted
about sta mllee weet nl the K nay river, on
Corn  creek,    tn tlw-   Dill lie)   Ol  Weil   Kootenay
ami lain,; about ilx  milea north ol ihe Intet-
n-tti ma I I. ni-la'y line, and situate at the
ijnrthcM-,1 comer of William Andrew Ron1 No.
I timber r-lilm, tbenoe north no ehalns, thence
westSSobslni, thence south so obalns, ihence
easl 10 obaini, to the polnl ol oommenoemsnt.
Loeati d July 3Srd, iw7
Dated the Hth of Aug. PJ07
w 11 1 um Amirkw Koss
Nelson band DlStttOt DtStMOt Ol W'est Kootenay.
lake notice that QeorgS Alexander, of Kaslo.
B 0 . intends to appiv for a special tlmt- |
licence over the toll owing deacrlbed lan,a
Comment log at a post -,...���,,t.- 1 at the northwe
OOltier of BeCtlon 12, township?, Kooteuay dlitrict, ta-tng alwiut one-third of a mile aouthi.
the souih bound airy line tif the Indian reserve;
th.-nee south ahont .Vt ebalna lo the SSiterly
hank of Koolenav river; tbeuee anuthaatterly
along Kootenay river hank ahout ro chalua to
lhe south boundary Ol Hcellun l'_\ Township 7;
thenco easterly ahout B0 ctiailis to the northwest
oornar of Lot Sfti; theuce north n�� ehaius sloas
the weit bnundnry of I^it *12, thence wot SO
chAlua to the point of commencement, and eon-
tinning liiu acre-., more or leaa.
Dated Julv 4, 1907. (iBOROK Al.KXA!fI>IB.
Take notice that 30 days alter  date I intend to
apply to the Hon. the Ohiel Oommlsslonst of
lA-inds and Wnrlti, Victoria, for permission to
cut and carry away timber from the following
dei-crib-d Und. In West Kooteuay:
No. 1.    ' otiimeiicliiK   at   a   host planted nt the
aouth weit oorner ol tlmbey lioenss 8MB, thenee
west80 chains, ihence south M OhalnS, theace
east *���"- 'hains, theuee norlh HO chains to place ol
Daled Muy;tl, 111)7.       J.T. BUSOSSS. LOOStOr,
J   W   Coi.bckh, Agent.
No. ' ("ommenclng at a itost planted at the
���oathoeal corner of anpilosttoo Ko I, thenee east
ko cnalns, thence nortn ��o chains, thssos west no
ohaina    theuce south HO  cliiilu*- to place of coin-
Daled May :il, l'J07.       J  T. BTOOMS, LOOStor.
.1    W   Col.nt'HN,   Vi' ii1
Nelson Land DlStrlptt   District uf West Kootenay
lak.  notice that I, Kvan Ptassr. of Kerrila, ti.f.,
clerk, intend I.  appiv fur 11 spei Ih! IHiiIht licence
over the fnllorring .le-t.'ibe.i lauds;
1. ''-mini'*nr*uK Hi ���< p..s| plauted   ut the N, K.
corner shorn iu mllei nortb ofthe internstioa
ni boandsry hue and ni.oui 11 mflsi wesl 01 tbe
Kootensy river (about one iniN< north of the
north hoiindHry of I'. I. No Mm) tbence KO
eli', in- south, tiienci-KO chain* west, thenee HO
ch-iliiH nonh, tiierue KO chains east lo the place
of hegtuiillll-.
Dated .Inly Stilt, 1��I7.
2. Commencing at I post   planted at the N. 1C.
oorner of location No 1, tbenoe south no chains,
thence easl ho  ObatnS)   theuee   north   so  chi-tus,
thence weel mi chains to the place of beginning.
Dated July list, wn.
:i. Commencing ai s post plan ted at ihe N. K.
corner of location No 1, theme uorth B0 ohalna,
thenoe eait BQ chains* tbenos ��outh so chains,
thence west hdchains to pisoe of beginning.
Dated July _1hI, 1907.
1. t'oiiirneneliig nI the N. K corner ot locution
No. I, tllinCO noilh HO chnlua, thence west K0
chain*1, lbenee south Hn ehHiii��, theuee SSI I ko
chitlnx to tin* place of heginnlng.
Dated July Sust, liarr.
fi rnmmeni-ing Ht a post planied one mile
easl of the S. K. corner of location Nn 8, theme
aoulh HO ohslhS, thenee west 80 ObSJns, thence
north no eh.Mns, thence etiht HO chaina to lhe place
of heglunlng
Daled .Inly 2lHl, VJOl.
8   (lommsnoing at a post planted at ths n. k.
coriior t.f hie iition No, *���*., thenee aoulh HO ehnina,
thence ensl  HI chain-!,   thoiue  norlh   KO  chain-*,
tbence wesi ko ehititiM to the plsoe.of bsglnnlng.
Dated .h|ly ilsl, MK)7.
7    06bunenelng atapost planted st ths K.S
corio-i of loemhoi No. B. tbsnOS north HO chains,
tbenoe esst80 chnlua,   then'e south 80 ehalna,
thsnos west ko chnins to tbe plsno ol beginnlnf.
Dated Juiyaist, i'J07
h.   Oommenolng at h post planted hi tbo n. k.
Opmer id location Nn   fi, theuce   north HO ehnina,
thence weitHOchalna, theuce south ko obalns,
thenee   ensl Ko 1 hnlus to the   place ol beginning.
Dated .luiy jtst, 1007        k. kiuhhh, uooator,
John Hit  wn, Agent.
N.'1-...n Und Dliirluc. Dutrletol w..��t Koal.S-*.
I'.lio uiill.ru tb.t I, ICItmibulli Korrfinon, ol Nel.
...n. Hrtttiih < '..I .irnt,l_. K---tip��tl,,u nurrlhl ���
1u.u1. lulvlnl t.i ��|.|.lv I., n. rmlMlou r..punla-
11..' I..11..-1 tii*t .t.-w rlU.,1 Uu.tr lotnoifnr-miIt,
n.>��t |.Uutp*l ,li.'liKirr, w.ii ut th, umbrwl rw-
n.T ol   M'.tt.in  ft. li.wn^lpC, K.rfit,B���� in*
a-_rked-._l k.'k n   k   eamr, ____ nn|
. I1.111-. ttu'ii.p   rwritb  *l   'ti.ini il..n.* ...IB
.'I.KlnB,   llifn.-o  north  -" .t,,iir. n. ���.).. r .- r
.���.'i.trn. ri. .'unlit nii.l  K.rrl.lulL,' EK ,..<-�� mor,
l-'.tli Juir, A   li 11*17.   KLi,*Tr-Tn Pt.iir'u*.
bjrW.A.C.Mtr. M-"
Nvlnurr I..11.I Itt.rr.cl,   I.|.lr:rt..| l\.��l Kf^r^iu;.
T.k.-ii..li.'.'il,Rt I, li.vl'l ��i Kuril, ol *���'<_>_
H C, ooeupftUa_ mrr.'li.iit. IDt-Dd toappl' h-r
r-.TiiiU.il.11 to |,ur.-I.MK*. tli.' fi.llitwtrif'l>**r!t-l
l.n.l:    iM.riilr.K   .1 . j-n��t  pi.nr-t >l tb-
.orilhw.'.t ...rntr of ,e.'tti.D M. lo.u.tip A
K.M.t..u.y. .11,1 rii.r...l "11 I. K '��- w '-..rrrtr."
Ihinii-i' north no t'h.lnri, llu-nf- ,ul ���'rrr.ini.
rli.n..' ...uth m rh.lii,. tln-n,.' -ir��r V .h.lni
lo Hip point ot <-on>m<..|i<-.'m��nt .att t-r���it���lnln_
:'.ttl ..T.-1. mute or le**.
1Mb July, ISV7. IhvidH firm.
 W   1 riller. U"l-
Nei~.il Ijind* M.lrl. I l.i.lrl.t ut "wt K�������,
T.lti. noli��� th.t 1. John l_nit.iilN.l_>.'.'''.
,,.'. iip.llr.il ��� rr,vr lul.li.l 1,. iPI-ll tw l-nnu-
.I..I1 lo p.ir.li.H.- tin- toll..win. .Irvrlt^l l-ii-:
Comrri.'riciuir .i . po.t pl.t.lp.1 tl '..'" '��� " "I
l^.t Si.ti. th.-ni'.. .-..I Al ,'li.lt.,, in.nrt; -.-rrtti *
1-ti.lliH, tti. uei. ...r U e_ttu,_*a_. t...riri-
.'h.tii. to i""i.i of .'onim.'iiit.meiit'r-'uuirilr.i-
nonw. mor.' or ll...
A.IK'Hl lOA,  19t*7. Jllr^^Ul~.
N.-l.on l-mr! Iil.trtrt    IMfllrl.t ot Wfit Kgottfllf
T.kt-tioll., th.t Auku. M,'.111. ..1 rr-"ll"'
NpImui. oi-.'iipHtlon llriinmi. lntendi lo .tl'il '��*
Mrmiuton t- pnronw. nru (..Ho-iun -tt-nM
��� ndll I'oinmi'li.'init ��l �� I">" pl.tHM ���'J*J
N W. corner I. I* M..rrl-.r.'. r.mri. la II-
jHllry. tli.-rc north forty t��) ,-hain;. *-���-������"*
��.t f..*ty (40) chalua, tli.'tu-B "o'lth lBr'! I,4I|
h.ln.. ilicniu rat tony HO) drain. wooirilM
..iniiii'ii.-cinpiit. nn.t c.r.t.lnliiit oa. ftuairw
r.-l 'l.r. . I- ... " . more nr leaf. ���___,
li��le.l fk-pte nlH'r .nd. I*n.     A��.i' ��.<���'"���_
Nulaon I_u.l Dlatrlct.  Illstrt.'l nt ��'m Konl.nl!
T.ke notice that 1'hlllp Br....lt��lHiiik."!-'*.������""
B. C. occupation rancher. Inl.-li'l. 10 '{"LS
permlaalon lo pur. ha." thr lolloirUI .'"��'""
[an.l: tromiiiciicliiK at a po" planl��� ,"'; "'
weat ahore of t'ppcr Whmah.n I' ������""���"'"v''"
lhe H. K. comer of lot Bit, lbenee ��������*'���"'f1 ��� '
thence aoutb HO .h.lri.. llfnce eaat ��� rhaiw.
more or leaa, lo the .bore ol the lake. V��
northerly aloin, tho aald .hore no ���'"��'��������."'*
or le... tl. polnl .1 cnmi.r.rr.ciiient, ���uun_)
101) acrea. more or leaa. ���   ������.,,,
Hate.1 Sept irltu. 1907.   I'ltiu it itaooknu'.^
Nelaon 1*0.1 111.lr|. I Dialrlet of *Mt ���������"���>
Take notice that I'aul Aiiltint I'aulion, J ��!'
.���be.ier. B. t:.. occupation Viiliibermali. n"*
to.pplr for nermlMloli to purchaae ��., M"
lilt uWrl-HHl land.: < ommci elii�� ��' �� K
!���!.... t. .1 ... tbeaoiilli hiHin.larj nl IMJ��V"
Way Ol lhe Brlll.h rolunil.la HoulliaiJ "JJ
,����y .n.l al...it ��� chain. ��>-."������'>���ffi*p_" _S
Won aal.l railway. BtHlM-OUUl -,",1'"1,"' ' .��
eaet VS. eb.li... thclice KUtb �� chat. ,***
ea.t CO chalua. thence nortb ''.''"'.*', ' ! ,hirahi,
.rynllhc rlKhlol..y��f lh' I''1'*"., ���,���
Hoiilliern K.llw.y. then..' ��cal.rrly r> "M ���
aal.l rl.ht-of-v.y lo pb.ee "I ...i.iioencein.nt'
ll��l_* tbla and day of ',''��/'"''l!*'��� p,r����_
"Hl,l7d.y. all.', d.tclA.llinrAlb''' f"1;*
ran. bar. ol llurloii <'lty, IntnlS " ".I ,'',  l.r
ibict commlMlon.ro/ I ��'������",��"j,," , ������i-i
tori.. 11 r . to purchaae the '" '""''tn li.(>"
land. .Hunt-tut "1 llurloii ''���,l'";,','.��<
pott mart-. "A  a   h .....ibwc.i ��� ..ro"   n,
planlc.l al Ibe N   *��   c-oincr of lol ""',_,
nun, inir mirth IWI chalua,   tin lie    ��       ,   ln,|a
thonce South ��0 clinlna, llien"' ��."*"
plr.ee of coriitiH'iiccin.'lit      ,.T���,,_.   iu.btoii
Amu.tiat.mr?. ����"""''" 	
NeUon UOd Dlatrlct.   Dlatrlct nf Weat K.-.w>��
T.k,.   m.llec   lh.il   Hun-  '���"���"���"���' "
Miilillol...     f.rin.
' af.pl'
rviiillinn.M,     I.finer,      ....��� ��������� ',,,.,,.,������ iiewii.���
narmlnlon topurohtra tht l"1 ""',"vun.i ai""'
land: ('.irnmenelriK ��t "I"���1.,,',,.om creek.
.even inllc. from tbe uio.i ��� ol 1 �� ���.�������� ,n.
al noithc.Bt comer 01 IB" Wl' ,����� _iilh
marked "a. C B, K. eorner. "'"'.r,','. ",. r,...ll.��-
urii haliiR, lbenee ��.'.! 800*>aln.. i cie.
attain: Oitnot M.t 80 ditto, to i��'"��
men neot, containing tto aona.
Dated mill day of A"-"*'',1,".';,, omU".
AHTIIl.BA.HiaTorr, A��.*'_
Ne..on ..and Di.tr,.:.. DltWtfl *"*?%
Take      IM   that     *-,'""k���,r,i���,r,    .'    m
Allctia,    M.iiiltobii.   broker '     ���,���,���, M
torp��rmliilon 10 puriiaM ',', ���,,.  pi."1""
erlbed l.n.l:    Ooml el,"* "'.,,,,I f,.i,al"��''
live oillea from   th
nmrk.'.l K V U.K. K
..",,���i ���'. 'i.��j"j,t si;!':;',',il"..:
,i,irk...i K v h.h. K oornor.  ��"    ', ������, il..'"''
������tb 80ohaina, tbeiiec wt"".,'[;";',��� ....im-1
a,.lllll HI eb.,lll��. I ..'lie.' '"�� ,.���,   ,,,,,.
ein.iii..'.n'i nielli, coll III I" I' Knkn
Dated -nth .lay ol 'im1";,'. .- ki-*"-''' ,
Nelaon I.im.l Dlatrlel.  Oltt-I-. ��' "JJJJJ'ol AS
Take   notice   that   OonitllU.  BtrgJ, ���,..��
lona. Mini., 001
lor pcriulaaton
ration i..
rer. li
to   pur
ll *
it mar
or periiiiH-oou   i"   !"���'��� ������������      .    .-|
e, Il.c.l land :    iroinincielllvl       ��     ��� ,������.
������rank e*.Bet-nan'.f, K.e.r    ^"..ve.l-"!''1;".
"O, b.n II corner," and rt nnn |(l| n.erin
tl ulhSuolialni, ���""���'    , iiniw'*
nhalna to  plaoo ol  btgli ��'
acroa of l.n.l. mow ojlt.*"; .,,hnki.ii'�� n*m."
D.ted zird A-WJ^gl'j, mr.TON, UH�� The Duly Canadian
Ii you knew you could buy
-nest quality stamped "Canada Approved"  by Government
Inspection on every package, would   you trouble making it, particularly when il will Cost You Less.
Wt* have it   in all   sizes to suit   families, boarding houses
| hotels, 7, '4 au(* 2S -D- Pails; 6o lb. tubs.
P. Barns & Co., Ltd.
Rossland Boundary
��� j      . .-   ... 	
\\ liuicHitic Provision*,,
(ir..eriirn.'ti' <!ri*iuii.*ry One-Pound Drift-- rwemxi workl-/* frmb from tbe
.-hum.    For sain br* all l-toding grocers.
Ollii'.' BQd warehouse   Houston Block,    Phone 70.
Josephine Street.        -        -        -        Nelson. B. C
h i>f Appleton  Brothel**'   tract.     Improvi'indit*-*   on   every   block.
Certificate   of  Improvements.
neLandDUtrlct. Dutrlatof W��_H Kn��-n*n��T
I'J-..' ,- ['-.trick SheraD, ot Ni-imn,
I    ��� pec tor, lntendi toupvi-r
���   .   ������   over tbo   tollr*'vtii*_
iDDli th inu nt ri jm��-i |ilnnie<)
*��� ��� pott of lot OBSt, Ih-uik Patrick
U'l S    I     ���������:,. r   poel     rnntilliK    ������"-itli   KI
no chains, thanoe north h,i
*���   ���       :i .-*   90  i-nalim   tn point  ol   com*
I [Hit lilt, I Ml, I'-tTRt-K SII-TraN,
Ksics Hiha.ni>, Agent.
VfeUUtlcel   I'lmK. Taylor, clert. ot  \-r-.-*
* '���'.'��� npply for h i pccli.1 li;c in ������
������nt tm.U-r   (turn   the   loil-ov-, tng   assortbSQ
I*1        I "i-.tn. i,  l:ic ntapopit pUnU-d 70-|intn**
���juo't-lti nn .���t, r!y  (llrertlna   from   ��'i*rll��-��*-
uvu.r -, w. Parkins' ti W.
'i,,  -...nil hy T. I. No. 7MW.,
ii bj II..   --o.Tt'-j. tlicnce north HO
F il to chains, ihence south 10
r real  M 'In. in*, to point   ot   rom-
lv' -    '   *:���������*������ i... log .ita jM.st plnil'.'M **���*��� -rliMll-*
 'vrlydlrocuon from f*rlt��><��
imtrk-4-W    Pftrklas*.   Ir�� Y   Taylor* ti W.
T boutl led   mi the went t>y T. L 7M7,
i P.   uvli-r'n am.   Vt.   .-firkin*'T. 1.
." I  ttiet.ee north VI iliMint-,   thenc cant l**
puu, thence south 4o ehalns. theuee west ISO
BJ��_il��|Nji*it ,.l rot     i. -i' emeu"
K   'l.ill VI*.,
Iba F. Tw l OB
l-v   i   ''..mini-ncnig nt a posl i.laiiti->t aUiul 211
1 're nr lea  ..*���������������   imm   ths  north
lol   SO    SMS   "ti main   l^nioii
" ' ��].    marred   Henry Keichert eaf*t   i-orncr
mm io, thctice M ���-_-._��� in- nnrth more or leu
I'lwayollh. _,.nili   boundary line ot
Bi '. thenee .������o-hain*' -vom,
1       -;n- -.outh. thvuee lf-0 cbalm cant
I W-tUnlj nth, i ��������:
L*1' ������ ' Mnatmi Ing hi apoel planted on Mono.
OnTafi*** ioontl ichains; mon-..r lest, south
*"'���"���' M 'riiini mi i reck, i
;���- so : aea    Henry  n
iber looatlon.
'������������iiiti northwest corner pot��t xn  11,"
���"��� -lafi-  _ou_b,   LhuiOeSQ chultia oa*t.
"in- north,   thenee  4o  chain*   WSS1
w�� Jul; snui, tan
Ukmiy   Kk.i. HKltT. I.tMHlor.
[ '/     iV   HiK   .Mended   by tlm  AmIkUIK
I tI_U ',""''' "-"������''���t   District ol Weet K��tensj
\ "   i    i-    i, u��.q ���i Hon
Utrti-a Pit.''1'!'*tlon painter Intend* to npply
>..,      ,'*'  -Jmbei licen vor ths loii��.w(n*r
L- '':",-    Com me nolo | at * ooal planted
B_?J��^lh_ m* ��r Bonndarl areas*. ��!>���"-��� 10
ltn n.   n '    "'" K"",, ""���*'  "v,'r- tbence weit W
K!i  '   "'"," "''"���-��� "> chains, tbence eestU
I, one- north Hnchiiiii* to Ihe point ol
|. ' ���'���' "������ ��nd ciintaliiltiK MO SOfSS.   more
TlKIM-H   It     I,.   IXXIAN,
*"'������'��� M-'inim ;ut creek, empty. Into Lem
-  Relehert uorihuait
i anon No   h, nod murk   '
I'i"-! ,'n     '���'-������-'���'   DUtrlct ol "/eel Kootenay
In ,"" >b��t Henry Relehert   ol Nch-uu.
I'..!   ,'   l,'':"u���,���  "I end to  ��pply   (���r it -.jveclal
|l.,:.       Ml    the    rollowt.iK     dccrlberl
�����noMh5Sin"0,n�� --,l1 Posl planted near H.
irked ������ i . ,'"r,,"'r l"**. I"t WO. 70-B, ntnl
it." ihonoi, _',r> Kataher( lonthwest comer
��: the
north,   thctice   KO cl.iiilo.
','*���' ������loiins souih, Ihenoe so ohaini
nit ot pommencement
''i'i. ih.v_.tih, nun.
IlKNUY  ItKICHtllT, Locator
"t'lium" Mim-Ml tlalin altnate In the Nelaon
MlultiK UlviKloii, of the Weit KooU-nay Utatrict.
whore loemtod; -OnTeu Mountain two aud a
hall tnllt-i* irom Nehmi;. B   C
lake notice that I, W. \   > '.- .tn,.d . actiuir an
aecnt lor HiiBh rtuthi-rl-tnd, Free Miner'* Cer-
Ufleote No Ml-,.':���'. intend Hdeyi Irom tbe date
hereof, to apply t<- the Minion Recorder for a
* 'criliicate of Improvement*, for the oorpoi-i-of
obtalnlne n frown   Grant  ol the  at-ore claim.
And further take notice tbat action, under
Bectlon -7,  UUlSt  he   eominenccd   before lhe l��*
iiii-t ..cc of sinii OerUfloate of Improvements
Pitted thlaXird .lay of Bsptemoar. A   n , 19U7
W. A    MAClMiNAin
Certificate   of  Improvements.
"HlK Hope Fraction" Mineral t'laim, ittnats
ln the Trout U ke MlniUK lhvi*lon, ol WSSt
Kool.-nay   UlKtrict.   ;.������������;    on    I'opUr    creek,
'lake notice that I, ��'. I'adley Free Miner*
I'eriinrate No.   -BMiSW,   luteud ttl day*   from   the
date hereof to apply io ths Mining Recorder for
h I'ertllicfci,. ol Ii'iprovciiienUi for the OOrpOSB Ol
obtatnlitft tt t'row.11 oraiit of the above ('luni
And further take notice that sotton under
Hcctlnn fT7. nii;-(- lie com mo need before the
Lseuanos o( such OksrUfloate of imoroveincni*
hated thli. t-th d�� v Of October, 1907.
In the matter of a-u application for the lesiie of
a duplicate Ortttlomteot I'itle for part (-111 acres)
Oi I-ot M-'. Oronp on-j. in the Ji|*tri--t of kootenay.
Notice i^ hereby --Iveii lhat It 1* iny lUtcntiou
to Issne nt the explra-Jion ol one month from the
IIr*l publication ben-of   aduplic*le  of   tin*  CST-
tlfloate of 'J tile ror thus above Landi tn thsnanjs
���(Andrew Morrison* which UartlOoata piTlUs
li dated the Mh day or March, 1800, and uum
bered 38NK.
Laud asffUtTJ O-Dea, Hslson, ��. r..September
18th, 1UU7.
���*H   F. M acI.son,"
Diatrict i:.-i_i-Tr-*r
cate   of   Improvements
111   iho   C.'.\'} ','''":'.,,l'''"Mlili'r��l<:i��lraaaltii-
'ffl r WmSIT   "'"""<   "'-'-'������"
Sl*"'-IWr'*���,r?."!' ���_ "   "I "nru, lork ,���
"l"1".... I'l,, ,1  ,'""<   M.i'.lillllll,   ���bOllt   lllll.,
Hi0-' -"''"n.llc"!,'*^1"^, '-���"*�����''"""I-". f.��
ul1' "'���' 'la i, , ', ' Ml'. I"l"'l.l, .Ixtr dan
1    *"'1"' tor!    ,',".''���   " ��PI-IT In ll,,'  Mini,,,:
PUrp.,,   ,', '     " '.' .,i   li.ri.iov.'inriila. t���r
, J'l'-rl ra     '*'* 'I-I Crow,  ilraina ���l Ihu
la.'"'1   Illlll.,'|     |.fea
" -   ""i ;i' ..n,,i I,,,    '""  ""��   et'tlim, miller
. tvii ii��� ''1""i',"t'."l  betoro tin, laan-
"y Mr,. Warn,. MiTury Saturday
"'"'"' AniM,!:;'   -}��,d��   ���rtincate   from
i;.'",', ���""Kim-  'i.'i'i'n,"",'""!:'"'10 ������",-'in*"
l;,"""��"1.i.u,i.���   i-   C"J��  '''���""  Trtalty
''���, ^"     ',l':?^f"M,"",*y-'f'����-
���''"''���'>' mi p'; ""; ,",,"i,m "-'',"���**-
-'���Vlnt,''       Art'      r -,*��**l-*l ��'��1 lilniiti
Ad<-r---  Box  /B6.  N.l.on.
In tin' matter nl ��ri a|.|.licali.>n L.r the laaue ,.l
.lui.llUHl. a..f the   l'.-rill eal,. ol 'Inlet.,  tntall,
a ud 18,troupl,Wmi Koot-n-- i��t-ir���-t. ��i-��
kliinnutlir "Kooleuay I'l,let," "I'.H"1,.rl WO
���'(..tin" mineral ...tali..a teapeettvely
Nott.e la herel.v itlv.-n thai It la my Intention
to laaue at the oxVlrnlliMi ..tone month nller Hull r.l |..il.lleatloti hereol a dnnlloavte "II ertlll.ale
ol   rill lOOUOl   .in   .iii'lvi.1,.,1  HI llaltha  111
eaeh ot the H> i.ve lot*, laa.ie.t on lhe ITU .l��)' "<
Ma.. A 11.IHI-.'. In lliunanl.. ol lolllH-Alliavrortli,
an.l alana.Iiilillcale ol ferlilleule til lllll' "IO.
. ����.., ,.t .... un.llvl.le.l 1--I....1.-. tn eaeh nl 111.'
above lola, taaile.l oil lhe Hlh 0-7 nl May. A. II
lW..ln lire name ol Hvormi I. Aliia-rorlh.
I.an.l It.'ltlalry Olllel . N.laon, II. 1 *.. AiiKliat C.tll
H. F, Ma. l.iton,"
Diatrlet KwKlalrar.
In tti.. intilter of an ia-*.*-���"**��- tor the lasiie ol
a .loon....... of   il... I'.'rllllea'e o' Title tor  lot 'it.
_n��'St! w.'.-l!'*__.'ol lo. "iI, J.l-H'k II. '" Ot, Tow..
rtoUOtUI h.r.'l.y Kl-v.it   Hint It   l�� my lotentlon
1.1 l",,,'���'.l llii.'ex .IlK.lo.i  OIOM '|"'''"'��   '*.rr,' ;;���
tlrat publication hereol.. dapljo.lo > ,"',''' ,'  ,
.'..loot title tor t .vo l-**tilli!&'}S_'"j!,
I.y.lla Hhlel.la. win, ruftewto   . �����!-��..��J -1*1
"���<���"��� �����'""��� i!,w,..rI,,,K,,,i,Ari';'.,;i.."
li-alrlet. Ketilstrar.
In the Matter of    the> "Lan-     Registry
Act" and Amendrraents thereto,
In lhe mailer ol an aprlinat-lni. lor the '���*""'"'
u ,i ���,,-!<...���... nf ihi- t'crl lllciito ol ll'iu ior i on
_, m'Z      I 1 'A'.    0?0-S I. Kootenay   ni.trlet ���
Not eel" Iren.l.VKlvell lllll. II l�� ">y Im-'"' "I
... , ai iki   ���x'.lrnili.it Ol OM month from Hie
Bw w* 'iV!7'MA^i,.^vr, "
""��� ���""��� ���Jl.trlirt Ue.l.lrar.
to la
RtWARD OF $5,000.00
A Challenge to Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
the Liberals of Canada, by A.  E.
Watts, of Wattsburg, B. C.
Dpar Sir:���Enclosed please find a
ropy of a resolution passed by the Crnn-
brook Conservative. AsKoclatlon at a
special meeting hr-id on the mominK
after Mr. Borden left Cranbrook.
After several conversations with Mr.
Borden It was decided to adopt this
method of bl-togblg the subject before
the public, and as we were anxious to
have his pronouncement upon It before
he loft Alberta, we could not submit It
to  your associaiion  at  an earlier  date.
At Calgary I submitted the resolution
to lour members of parliament and to
Mr. Borden* who highly approved of the
proposal, and afler due consideration
said: "Hritish Columbia has the honor
of taking the initiative in a work of the
highest national importance. 1,-et It he
puhiished," and pave advice as to future
action  in this respect.
It is therefore with the gieateat confidence that I appeal to your association
to endorse or pass a similar or an improved resolution, accompanied by a letter, if you think well, expressing your
opinions or containing any suggestions
you may deem advisable, and forward
to me and 1 will see that the same
reaches Mr. Uorden without delay. I
have no doubt he will have it made public through the press correspondents
with him and in other ways.
Advertise your own town, never miss a
chance however small. Mr. Borden's
tonr will not be completed for five
weeks, and much can be done in that
trnie. When forwarding the resolutions
I will ask Mr. Uorden to Bpeak on the
subject and to mention each town supporting the proposal to cleanse the electoral methods of Canada.
Another point Conservatives must not
lose sight of is the fact that the Liberals
have the purse strings of Canada In
their keeping, and are not troubled with
very great conscientious scruples in
using the same during elections, therefore we must Invent some method to
neutralise their prodigal use of the filthy
luore. and If sufficient financial and
moral support be given 1 see no reason
why we cannot so put the fear of the
Lord, or of penitentiaries. In their
hearts to slop the nefarious practice.
It has been do&e In other countries, why
We have them In 6tb and a   it.  Size*.
Quotatlona  givon on    any  HSeeirtaal
Heating Device on the Market.
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Teurtet-g sddrsfSSd lo iho undemitfiuM at hie
pfltes In the Oonii BOUSS- In the City ol
Nflion. will tn? revel ved up till tbe
hour ot It oVloc-k. In the afternoon, of Fri
ilny, November 1st- 1907. lor tho purchase ol
the "Anne" Mineral Claim, Lot BMD, <iroup 1,
Kootenav Ulmrlet, whi'li wan -U-olnred to be
forfeit*-) to the Drown at the tai sale held in lhe
City of Nelson, on ins Mb nsy ol November. H"06,
Ior delinquent   laxet*  up till JuneSOth, 190fi, and
fas QBSSl prtOS Upon tl-S SSld mineral elaltt,
which Imliides the amount ol delim-ucnl taxes
und coslt- al the time ol forfeiture, with luteresl,
tUtSS Whlob hsTS StnOS accrued, cost of adv<-r-
tl-alue, and fee fnr Crown Hrsut (SSB 00.) blttS.'TO,
which lh the leant amouut that will be considered
ui. it tender
Kai-h tender must l>e accompanied by an SO-
copied.cheque for the full amount of the tender,
MTSblS to theordcrof lhe Deputy Commtsalonor
of Lends snd Works, st Vtotoris, B.C., at par.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this With day ol Bept.
('overnment A-rent. NeUon, B. C
Notice In hereby ntveii, lor the lraformatlon of
intending Mttlsri mid OUSTS- that --election hai
btien made of the a.-MHi.tuje acres of land nt mated
In lhe I'vace   River  Valley,  Province of Hrltti-h
Oolombls, gran ted to the Dominion QoTsrnn.s'tt
under the provisloim ol Section 7 of "Au act
relating (O the Island Kallway, tlu> (iravlng
Dock and Hallway bandi of the Piovhice," and
niich lund in not open to entry under the land
law of the province
The block Helccted in descriU-d as followi:���
Oomnunslttg at a point UU miles souih of the
Ion e Kiver on the IflOth Meridian, bolug lhe
, astern buuiiilarv of the province, thenco **i��t
It, miles and 88.M chains, thenco noi tb 7J mllOB
and 35 OH chains, tlieuce east ".r> miles and Bl.M
ohslns, tlicnce sonVh lo the point of commencement following ths roth Meridian and contain*
ins iipproxlmately BJJOO-000SOTSS.
Notice i�� al*o slvcu that, wllh a view to
-tcilttatliiv nettlemont in the viilloys oi tho
Pesos. Parsnip and Pack BlVSIS, the following
Ixdlof lsnd to miles In width and extending
���iii miles mi each side nf the Peace, Parsnip and
pack ttiveri has been reserved for actual ssttleri
In he ti'-,|iiireil hv pre emplion only under the
1 ami Act, such land not helug upon for sale,
lease, Uoenoe or other plleiinilon under the said
Act except hv pre cinption:-
OOBUnenotng at IhS intersection of the western
bonndsry of tno Wo k o( land selected by iho
��� omlnlon Qovernn-onl   with the Pseas river,
tbence feUoWlng tfcS PSSOS Kiver and Parsnip
Kiver In ilieir c'iiflueiicci wph lhe Pack Kiver
fin,I thsnos following thS rSOS river to tho
point!where, iald Psok ntfsr leaves Mcleod
Lsksisnd sxtsndlns for s dlstsnosol ao miles
on OSCh "I Is nf -sid Rivers and approximately
170 miles In length.
All lamls on-' i i" the boundaries of the Dominion t'overimient '���-���nut ami -the reserve
above described are open for location under tho
laws of the Province.
Acting Chief Commissioner Ol Lands and Wnrki,
Lands and Works Department.
Vu-ioi in. Hepu-mber 18th, 1U07.
We offer you best fruit hi wis;
best terms: best location; best
climate. Absolute titles. You
d .ii t bave to use all of your means
ln paying for land. We want you
to put lt Into development. We
also have tracts of 60 to 6000 acres,
prices and terms the best. We own
these lands and handle nothing on
If you don't see Fruitvale you
miss the best in B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Ward Street, Nelson, B. C.
Cleared,    cultivated,     planted
with  8o  trees,  good   water,
first rate location, _$700.
cannot we do it In Canada? It will
mean the triumphant return of the Conservatives to power.
Politicians like many others "say
things," let us stop saying and "do
things." Ponder over Eemerson's quotation: "Don't say things, what you are
stands over you the while, and thunders
so that I cannot hear that you say to
the contrary."
Kindly note I am inviting the leading
men of Canada to give their support to
the proposal and to reply for publication.
The leading man, the future prime
minister of Canada, has spoken! Can
you remain silent?
An early reply will be highly esteemed by,
Yours very sincerely,
I, A. E. Watts, hereby challenge Sir
Wilfrid Laurler. and the members of
the government, individually or collectively, to put up funds for the purpose
indicated in the attached resolution and
thereby show their desire.that political
campaigns shall be conducted decently honestly, and that in future they will
prosecute offenders and see that justice
Is effectively applied, and thereby
cleanse Canada of the foul blot they
have put upon her fair name.
To prove my sincerity and to shield
a part of Hrltlsh Columbia from the
shameful stigma, the crying disgrace of
Canada which makes her appear as a
harlot amongst the clean nations of the
earth. I will offer $5,000.00 reward for
Information leading to the conviction
and unseating of any member of Parliament that may be elected In the
Kootenays by the aid of bribery or
corruption, whether he be of the Liberal
or Conservative or of auy other party.
Tremont House
K-rouer.. and Amer'C-n Plan
llnll ��i r-t��.   Boom. I om X CU. to 11.
oral* Khlte Help Km-ioyea.
8>krr Bt., Nelion I'rnrrljlor.
Most oomlorUble quarter.      Nirla.tnl
Duly the beat of Liquor, and Uigrar..
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 60 cents upward. The
dining room ls unexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. ERICKSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court House
and Poatofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Ba.ur Street, Nelson. B.C.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
L���nce and ('omfortaDie Bedroom, and Flrtjt-
claMDlnltiir Room,   r-ample Room. Ior Commercial   Man.
MRS.  E. Cl-LARKE,  Proprletre.a
Bartlett   House
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson.
Tho Bur li the Finest.
White Help Only -Cmployed.
Jo-ephlne Ht.
Nelion, B. U.
Royal Hotel
Rates fl and $1.50 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders
The Silver Grill hat opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The best 35 cent
meal in the city.
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries.
Butter, Eggs.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.
Cranbrook. B, 11.,
7th  October,  1907.
WHS-WAS there has been abundant
proof that iiutnlierleHs cases of gross
corruption of the electors have been
perpetrated throughout Cumttln, whereby the voice of the people hus been
Mill...I, their national fame besmirched
and   their rcuresentatlves   muzzled.
At a meeting of the IrKecutlve Committee of the Cranbrook Conservative
Association held on the above date,
George T. Roger, presiding, the following resolution was unanimously adopted:
"That, we fully endorse the proposal of
Mr. A. E. Walls, of Wattsburg, that a
subscription list shall be opened and
tbe public Invited to subscribe to a fund
which shall be held in trust and used
solely for the purpose of prosecution
and reward for the conviction of any
person or corporation In any way contravening the luws against bribery and corruption at elections either for tbe Provincial Legislatures or the House of
Commons al Ottawa.
"The amount ko subscribed shall be
returned to the suliscribers if not used
for the purpose indicated, or if part only
of the fund he used then the balance
shall be returned to the subscribers
pro rata according to tho contribution
of  each   subscriber.
"We beg to commend tho resolution to
the consideration of all executives
throughout Canada and to all candidates
actual or prospective, for seals in the
Provincial Legislatures or In the Dominion House; being fully confident
that it will have the hearty approval of
Iho vast majority of the Canadian people, who are the real musters of the political situation rnther than tho ballol-
sl offer or the manipulators of election
(Signed) Q. T. Rogers, Chairman.
Joseph Ryan, Secretary.
One of Nelson's Pretty Home Cottages of 2 bedroom*, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom; hot and
cold water; targe basement. Nice view
of lake. (1,600, $900 down; balance on
easy terms. Certainly a snap. 3 lots
75 x 125. Apply to J. R. B., Dally
A. M. Can. See. C. E.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office*.  Bealey Building.    P. O. Hox 4H4
���aker St., NELSON, B. C.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line ot Japanese Goods now on Bale.
All kinds of Dlnnerware ln stock. Patterns.
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning Stoves, sto.
11 Eaat Baker St, Phone No. A114
I*. C. GREEN       F. F. BURDEN       A. H. GREEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyor.
F. 0. Box 145   Phone 2-( B.
10-Acre Blocks For Sale
In the Slocan Valley;  free from  stone;   level  land;   ample water;   railway facilities;   good settlement;  easy clearing-
Price. $50 to $85.    Terms. One-fifth  cash,   the   balance   one-fifth   each
year..  Interest 6 per cent.
H. *& M. BIRD
Fire. Accident, Life and Employers* Liability Insurance
Let us quote you rates in the best board companies.
Choice Fruit
I Hare 10,000 Acres
of the
Choicest Pratt Lands in
British Colombia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
Nelson. B. C.
7 rooms and bath, 50 ft. corner lot,
centrally located, one-half cash,
balance   on   terms $2100
5 rooms and bath���excellent repair,
electric light, water, sewer, 1 1-2	
lots,  on   terms J2000
3 rooms, walcr, electric light, chicken house, woodshed; on terms..$ 750
5 rooms with two excellent lots in
Fairvlew;   water $1350
Victoria  St.   (75 ft.   corner) $   500
Houston St.  (50 ft. corner) $ 375
Chatham St., Fairvlew  (30 ft.) $200
6 3-4 acres, easy of access by wagon
road, partially cultivated; suitable for
market garden.    Terms given
160 acres on Kootenay River, good
train service $3000
F*. B. LYS
Real Estate Agent
315  Baker St., Nelson. B. C.
Lumber, Shingles,
L_E.th, Mouldings, Doors, Windows.
Turned Work and Brackets.
Mail Order, promptly attended to.
Furniture, Clothing:,
Stationery, Etc.
7.30 p.m.
No. 310.
Certificate of the Registration of an Extra-Provincial   Company.
"COMrANiK*" Ait, 1897"
I hereby certify lhat the "K��ll* Creek Copper
Milling r-Mn-M.iv, ItiiiiUM," Im- (hit-'U*- been
r,.*!i.-ti:rril us mi f xira-Provluelal Company ua*
<Ut lhe "Com pi Dies .Act, 1991," to carry out or
���-fret'I all or any of the objects ol the Conipauy
to which the IcRiialatlv-- authority of the I-egie-
.tii'iiv nf British Columbia exteu<ls
'ihe head OfflM of the ComDauy la Bttuate at
ihe City ol Hpokane. -.tate of WaililuRton, U.S.A.
The amount ol the cablta! of the Company ll
one million live huuar��Hl thousand dollars,
divided into one mUUon five hundred thousand
���*liare!<. ol our dollar each
ihe heail "ilice of the Company in this I'm-
vlucc ls siiuate at Nelson, and Michael C Mon-
iKhan, Miner, whom- atUlrt-ns If the same, is the
attorney of tin* Com pan y
The time ol the existence ��'( UM Company Is
Bit* vearn from the 1Mb March, WW.
The Company Is specially limited under sec-
' Ion M of the above Act
(iive�� DH.au my hind and seal of omce at
Victoria, Province 01 Britlwli Columbia, this 1Mb
���lay   ol  May, one thousand  nine hundred and
SL,V<*ll!. b 1 S   Y. WOOTTON,
RoKlfr-lrar ol Joint Slock Companies.
"COMPANIES   ACT,   1897."
Notice is hereby given that Wilton A.
Miller, of the town of Creston, lumberman, hna been appointed the new attorney of "The Kinney-Miller Cedar
Registrar of Joint Btook Companies.
Victoria, British Colombia, October %1*
To All   Points  In  Kootenays.
MONTREAL, $46.10; OTTAWA,��44.85;
HALIFAX, $56.40.
All Klnda of Heating Plunta ln Stock.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooara Houaa.      Tel. 181.
Correspondingly Low Rates from and
to All  Intermediate Points.
Proiiald passage brr_i*_e_.    Reservations  Bocured, etc.  through  this office.
For further *ii*i'tlcu]iir**  cull or write
E. J. OOYLE, J. Ml)K,
A.U.I*. A..V��!lri.llv<T, 11. P.A.. N.lnoii
,i l.i
. r    i
i   ���
1 The Daily Canadian
1 \ iii
. !.
*�� . I
r ]
our Stock for the New Jewelry and Other
���-���noils ttv are opening up almost ev6ry
day. Wf are exhibiting Brooches. Necklets. Pendents, Bracelets, all in new designs. The new Enamel Jewelry in
Flowers, Birds nnd Bugs is most mime-
O.  Patenaude
:       V* ���< -V--   *���****��� j    ,'-���-���**   -,*���'   'A-I  '
I      . ������----.       .    *   v ._r*--**-- -V- ���-.
Oor-.  Vernon   ��ritj  \V_U-I  gtl'B���fa
NBLSON. ti. O.
B, J. Withers. I.   Franks-bury, F. C.
Stevenson, C. F. Blnkley, Vancouver; -i
G. McKlnnon, ll. S. Ward, C  H. Stan, B
R. Murchison, Toronto;   ll. M. Nesbltt,
Montreal;   A.  F.  Dudgeon,  Revelstoke;
I.   Jacobs, New  York;   A.  S.   Wheeler
Seattle;   C    F.   Caldwell,   Kaslo;   .1.   Ii
i"' .,: ] n, SI   Catherines.
I* BMUtufsrUtt-H-  irom    n< ��� * ������   '   ������-
-,,    .,        ,-, -i       ,!'- mll'l, (nil-
fUrore-d -.
rotaceoi-l-t   Bifcr-r Street.
Sec Us
For Goo ! Fruit Land
io Ace Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & _��*
Next Door to F.nolc of Coomi   -
BUSH  &  MATT HEW, Prop..
Hi   I ������. I.I.
Phone   9. P.   O.   Box  672.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils ior
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Bout Bnfld-ts will find it ������> their ad-
vaul*-*-.- to uw our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
Any man able nnd willing to nurse
small pox patients in case of need, is requested to apply to E. C. Arthur, M. D..
city medical health officer.
Best  Located  Hotel  in  Nelson
Dad' r iho m��n_M.emt-__1 <'f R I- Noble
Utfl of Toronto, Ottawa ami
H. W. Van Allan, Chicago; P. J.
Crean, Deer Park; 15. C Blnkley, Van-
i-. mTei.
A. G. Blaine, Cranbrook; Iv J.Nicholson E_fr_gland; A. Kenmure, Yorttton, T.
.1 Qraham, Westley; J. C. Hutchison,
.1. \V.  Bennett, Revelstoke.
A.   Moss,   P.  Dubugue,   V.  Listeh  Areola;   W.  K   Enils,  w.   Fife,  Frultval-
Mrs.  P. Campbell, Ymlr;   B, <;   Robert-
si in, \\ i nni peg.
C. McD nald, A  \lx b* i laon, Wlnnli i s,
D. M. ��� >   en, Ca ga ;. ;  VV. H. Limn, Vancouver;   il.   Uudoc^c,   i:     (land;   VV.   W.
bock,  Fruit vale;  .1. Mollis, Spokane.
il.  Spencer,  .i    Carlston,  C   QUI,   R.
Walker, R. Callow, Sllverton;  C. Clark,
Blue  '.:��� II;   C   Ro< kford,  Vanoouvor;  .1.
i-;.:ijih rson,  H   Bin I h,  London, Eng.
'. \\. Miller, BS Rlcbardaon. Patron;
W. Johnson, Shields, H. Gardener, London.
Donovan's Victory.
in  the bye-election  In   Brockvllle  necessitated by  G,  ir  Graham's  resignation, a   K  Donovan, Conservative, was
Hang oul th' good ould Sag, me b
"i ir greet) wan, tt-. ye ��� ���������
Wbfcb   ihowfl  iir   Irish   bai r-p.    Cut
Th' wee pin' willow tr* ���
.. ��� ii dieted, lada,
O .. >   now till uj. th' can,
An' do ur Irish honoi
'j he ns ms ol Donovan.
Y-* know me ;����� i ���-��� tre kings
A thousand ) sai *. agone.
There's rya! blood a-coursln^ 'neath
Th' clothes thai i have on.
But nivt-r in oui        b i
Ih there  i pi ouder di ed
Than this  brave siege ol Brookvflle,
Yours thruly in the lead.���Toronto
rxWl     U.AliV      BUBS   I.I.A with gold rlmnv-d
bamlle��� left �����  K   .'   llftii, '-ti iinriit ol _*ti*
fn.it. r  pi ���*���-<��� return i" Parker-i j-nt-
ployiafiU AgtOOT ��� ���������I '��� ��� ��� i ������- ItVlM,
"  I imin.   betwesn   Hoofer MO   vtrnO-i
lie r *����r-| will   bS p*it'l  lor iU
: v KeHnrty-
a POCK KI BO 'K '���>.! '��i- inf a ilfesd sftsqns "I
���   - ii :    I'-.i ll   Mlntns   OompSOt,   fmy-it-l---
i" ��� ��� i    �����*]'    -it letters,    nndsr kiiniiy
lotre m No PU.ee Ion.
TWO KIKHT v UuCi   K'.oms, SMS hen ted     Ap-
ply bmuekeenri   Ird flat  K . w   <���. hint*.
WAMlh lltauUonbV Vo.iiiK isotmsa fmar
rh-l) w'iiiiuK tn t-M-nlc MtivihiriK. Riperleneed
in KM.i.ry, wine and -.rim trade AddraM
1>. If , l>��l]y i>.fiiidiiiu om..-.
A  PAETMBB  with *_���,(*����� to   pnrcluss a trail
ranch nsv MsUon   a food epecuUtlon. r-nrt-
ii��t need noi be aetlvelr enu-ued on mtirii
For nmrtlcnlsra apply T '> vhiui y.h
W VN1 Mi   Klecti   ian, KoRlUb, newly arrived,
������ mil-* HI nut noi in im-tMlialJop i.r -xli-ilUr work.
A IdroM i'. w   h., Dally Sanadlan
WANIIJi    K:ij Ilfluii-in  J'.    Hrantl  HltOatlofl   lor
wiwk <��r Imui_-t. Koi-fJ    -'iM.}*,i.   uM.,i   n. nflii--
rOuliM".     Ad    j.���   I .  ,v    .    n-.ll v  i hi.h.,1,.1,
WATN IKI��   QPnTfthttut ��� oon i om, i mi, Buyer
Apply J. K   It,,Ban Itilr uffli-e.
On Monday, to the wife ol Louis Hart
wii:. Chatham street, a daughter.
On Sunday, to tin* wife of Antonla
Plscereta, Hallway street, a son.
20.000 Club.
The regular meeting of the executive
committee oflhe 110,000 olub will be held
In the iiuii office tomorrow night Plans
for a ball  about  the end of tin- month
will be considered.
Dramatic Stock Company.
The city of Ilcvelstoke maintains a
regular stork company. Two new pieces
are given every week, and the patronage
is quite satisfactory irom a financial
point of view.
Burned   Without   Permit.
A Chinese resident of Lot -l. Block 61,
corner of Hall and Pronl Btreets, who
gave his name as Cojlf, was lined $!���-
this morning hy Magistrate Crease for
setting out fire without a permit.
The decline in the value of metals
continues. The London price ol lead has
fallen 12 points since Friday, while sil
ver has declined i��i points on both mar
kits, and copper 6 points on the American market since Saturday.
Will  Hold Smoker.
The local aerie of Eagles are making
preparations for- their big smoker, to In
held on the ev< nlng of Tuesday, Octobei
22. The smoker will be held In Hi*
opera house, and an excellent programme  Will be presented.
Girls' Friendly Society.
A  meeting of the tlirls'  Friendly Society  will  be held in tlie  Parish  Hall oi
St. Saviour's church tomorrow, Tuesday,
evening at B o'clock. All members ol
the Bodety are urged to attend. The
society   win    be    re-organised  for the
winter months and plans made for fu
ture meetings and work.
Preparing  for  Ball.
The committee of the Neson branch of
the Anti-Tuberculosis Society is requi sl
ed to iiie.-t in Dr. Arthur's office this
evening at h o'clock to hear a report of
progress from .?, .1 Walker who bas
charge of the preparations for the forth
coming ball to raise fund.-, for Nelson -
contribution to the cost of maintenanct
of the provincial sanatorium.
The Ne-*' Courthouse.
Work on the new courthouse is progressing even beyond the expectations
of Contractor Gillett if the present flne
weather continues for a month longei
the building will be ready for roofing.
The workmen are now ready to pal In
the foists for the sdcond  floor.    There
has  i n a  little  drawback  in getting
stone,  bul   that  difficulty  will be over
So Says the Advance Man.
Much interest Is felt in focal circles
over the coming engagement of A Messenger Boy,*1 Tin- advance agon! says
the "Messenger has met with more success than any other comedy drama in
recent years, and he giiaranteei i"f
laughs In as many minutes. Any one
familiar with the average advance man
will appreciate the fact thai he is always truthful, at least he is in this instance Judging from all account.*-. They
Will be seen at the Opera hUSS Friday.
Oct. 18.
Attendance   Contest.
The [{ed mid (Hue contest at the
Itfl[itlst Sunday School is proving B sic
nal success, Yesterday the attendance
reached the inn mark    The bines were
The Store of Quality
Ram Lai Tea
Packed in the Gardens Where
It Is Grown-Cau lie Bought for
the Same Money as a Cheaper
We Stake Our Reputation on
the yuality and Reecomniend
It to All Tea Drinkers as Absolutely the Best Value Offered.
50c per lb.
Rob. M. Hood & Co.
K.  W   0,  in  �����      Ph..or   ih
Golden West   Soap   Powder
in 3-lb  packages, 35c.
Corner Silica and Joneiihlm* 8t".
We have just opened up a large ship
ment of wood bii-uk.- to. p> roi��ra]
fvork. This is very much the largest
oonstgnment of these goods we have
ever brou hi In. and we bave now got e
very lan; ��� assort mi nt foi you to ��� hot ���
from. They consist almost entirely ol
articles thai are ol practical use -box
e.s of all sixes and shapes (suitable fi i
lace, gloves, handkerchiefs, photographs
and almost any conceivable use tbat i
box of anj kind cou d be put to) tab!*
tabouret! s, clocks complete with ��
plaques in large variety, trays, ii*- ra. b
pipe racks etc. etc, We Import ii ���
articles direct from the makers In Am
erica. They are ail made oi beat ot .
soned wood, well made and veil finish
We  have  Outfits fitted  with   large bulh
and    good    point $"-._:,"��   eacb
Points at  from..   ..$1.76 to (3.60 eacb
Bulbs, Large size..". $1.?G each.
about price, you cannot bus thi ���
-.'o-id**- in Toronto or Chicago and bring
them In any cheaper) fl as cheaply) as
we   are   selling   them.
if you ove out of town and cannot |
In to make selection direct from stock.
write ns and we will be glad to w i d
you a fully Illustrated catalogue, glv
int; prices, from which yon can tnaki
your selection nlmosi as well as from
Your  orders  will   he     carefully    and
promptly executed.
W# G. Thomson
gggSiu*?""     Nelson, B. C.
I'Ii.h-o ���.*���*.
in the majority having 61 while the reds
had 4H.    However, as the contest Ih one
for   regularity   of   attendance,   the   imisI
tions   may   be  reversed   several   time
Points   are   counted   varying   niton   the
Dumber     Of     Sundays   preHent   of   each
scholar.     The   contest   is   to   close   the
third Sunday in December,
Calgary Promoters.
a copy of the m-w pamphlet issued by
the Hundred Thousand Club of Calgary
Is to hand, which sets forth in B most
carefully prepared manner the n oura
and advantages --f the city ami district.
The till* of the elttb may sound somi
what ambitious but It Ih only hy having
high aspirations and the proper and per-
slsten advertising of the progress and
possibilities of a city thai it can become
well and favorably known, and attract
capital and population. The work Is
beautifully gol up and is attractively 11
Sherman's Opera House
Friday, October   18
and  Saturday  Matinee.
QOO,   I*.  Sweet   prei-senta the Sensational
Comedy Drama
"A Messenger Boy"
Saturday, Oct. 19th
"Mabel Heath, or a Fatal Marriage."
Band  im.i OrohMb-.
W'ritrii   i.:i   r.iti'i'i  jnirail.'.
PRICES:   50c,   75c,  $1.00.
Matinee:  AdulU 50c, chidren 25c.
Sale   at    Rutherford's   Wednesday.
VV.    a.    OIULETT
Gont-rwst'or mtttt
H*.i-- sf��nl tot tiif Tort', iio-o Umnbsf <���,,., Ud.,
r��Utl ftrti*.   ittmijii miii drsifl lumber turnsd
-ivorl- nnd br* V' U . *'oki��I intli Mid -.liln-fi--*-. MU
mi'i itrmrs.    rvtnont, brlfli  ��"'l tune tor *.i-i<-
A-il-.-rn-l'r ffflil'l'-r.
YtrO nnd Im lory: Vi-rnmi Ht.. SSSiOi H��!l
*%���   I   KO*v.   H. C
1* u .w-_* i*ti. fWepbeos n*
Wbolsuls *tu\ KrtHii Deslen in
Fresh and Salted Meats
Oemps supplied on ihartetri aotineand
lowest price.        Mofehlng hnt fresh and
whedeeome meafesaod nipples kepi Ln stoi h
Mail ordem re**oive e-nndnl attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Ma-jagt-f.
Is Removwed
FOR   ,
Pure Ontario Honey,
5 lb. Tins,
TeUtpbana mi.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay  Ice, Fruit,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
N. E. co.. Baker   and   Ward   Sta.
INBUSOIV,     -     H. C.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Akciii Inr Tr' I!  Launch.'.
an.l I'l r.-rIk.ii, .'an.M'..
Kin. at   LOI  <>(   It"..I*  Ill   11   0,
H.   l_.   L_IINI3SA>'
Pool *tt Jossptalas it      i'-i   aiu
in   cfaamhen   thla    morning   before
.ludKC Forin, MaedonHhl ami Winn ol
iiossiami. wprs printed an ords for let
dis ot adminlMt ration of the astatfl of
John   Sharp,   deceased.      In   Art liur   VS.
Dominion Permanent Loan Co., it. s.
Lennie for the plaintiff, obtained an
order for dlscovsry, B, B. Taylor, K. c,
for contra. In CoVello VS. liranl-y, s. s
'laylor. K. c , and it, s. Lennie appear
Ing, the fnrnr'i's request lot enlarge
meal wan granted, tn Isaac rs. Miller,
s. s Taylor1 reQiiesl on behalf or it *>
defendant, tor postponement was heard
County Court.
In the county court thin mornlii. ,
HiH ii"in>i Judge i'i.nu presiding,Thorn
as Bdward Helsoih Bdwln Anderson and
hvfne Amory Anstfn, Americans, and
Peter Otys, Austrian, and John Levine,
Swede, were naturalized as British subjects, Mnnon-Uiweh vm, V (' Hutch i.i
son, u Revelstoke case, .1. O'Shea and C,
C. Gillnn, solicitors, wan settled.
Lacy va, Btandard furniture C3o., n   a.
itewai I    ami    R     S.    Lennie   appi Bl  n".
was heard,  and   resulted   In   a  Jud,-me
for dafendantf, accounts to ho tai
the registrar.
Owing to : n  laore__t_�� budn_n in
111.,  n-millll' 11 l.'s ur Drug, and  Stationery we must  have more room, nml will
ll.lU'     Ill    I'll.HI'    lllll     H.'Vl'I'lll    ||f    i,,|,'    "n|,|���
liiu s "        Wi.   riiiniiii.iir,.    Allli   CHINA
WARE.   Our inn* h k Ih nil In nn Ihi*
���XmiiH  iinil,., nml n   an  K,H.M In _| ,���lr
Clearing  Out  Prices..
A  vlnlt In n.i . (Ii'iiartiniiii  win lata,*.
��� ���HI yuii.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR  BAKER and WARD.        Phone 81
���V-*****"!.  A.   ISAAC R.   W.   HINI ON
ECVairVBBR-S   ArNO  COIniractors
...I .1. ,1.1,1,,_   L'..cul��l v.-Itli n��>pntch.    si,���., M-,_,
n,.l.,�� Krid Mill MaahliMfy,     Mi,i,ur��.tur".,,r  "' i
<>K��s   _^,.r_,   W.   R.    aJ. >.,t ,-,.^t ��.,--.*   (_..,._.
that  is fashionable and durable on U I
bought  now at a  price that   ; iurt r> I
tempt  you.    Winter    style,   are ben I
shown.     Come   quick  and get tire r>���. |
Shirts.  Collars  and  Cuffs galore    Mea
ium   and   Heavy   Weight   Pa|arr�� ami
Night  Shirts at  proper prices.   Partrt*
lar peopie will he pleased v, th our o*e.
Pooie-Longhurst & Co.
mr pnlronseomrortahle thh* winter ami IP "rdprUi
do so we have In stoek the best
We would like to nee ull
rt ed   Hue of henlln^ BtOTSS nnti omkli
tovea and   nOJtojBM ever  before  presented to Ihe pttbUfl In KtMiienay.
We   umild   be   plensed   to   whow   ycin
ohaae kindly see what we have to offer.
Hue and hefore makl'if? )'*��� 1
J. H. Ashdown Hardware!
Company, Limited. Nelson ���>-*"*���-
You   can   always get   wliot
you want in all kinds of House
Furnishings at the
Buck Stoves
and Ranges
St&ndatd Fistnitutz Company
Complete House Furnishers and Undertakers.
-lean hy I
Our Stock in this H��*
always complete and "l,u'
Mechanics' Tools a
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd.


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