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Array rPciihj  -Cancihittn
Llumb I.   No. 275.
NELSON, B. C., SA
.T&RDAY,
APRIL 27, 1907.
Fwrr Cbwts a Mouth
II SETTLEMENT
lichel, Coleman, Bellevue
All Decisive
INE1S ARE RESOLUTE
lotcs at Three Camps Give Large
Majorities Against Proposal
to Return to Work.
I'gpoalal to The Dally Canadian.)
Fernie. April 27.���(3 p. m.)���Michel,
���llcvuis and Coleman have given ncga-
votes by big majorities on the
aiiosltion of going to work.
I All other I'lnceB are fully expected to
1 tbe sami*. and the situation will re-
srt to where It wus at the opening ot
week.
The  miners  here  seem   to think it
fell to   stand put" und let the govern-
show what lt Is willing to do.
I Early yest.nlsiy morning the various
legates uf tbs. meu left, with the ex-
pilsin of UiBirlct President Sherman,
visit (he varlotll camps and luku the
^cossury   vote    agreed    upon.      Vice
laident  Lewis,  of  Indianapolis,  und
lalvm uud  I'iiuerson  went to Michel.
Ini mini Is lo go to Colemun tonight,
lie Yule frum Mlclu-I was a strung isnii-
herman  vuls*  und  gave  the  starlttli'g
I Igures of iul to 63 ugaluai going ba.fk
work.   The referendum votevl^.|lhls
lamp hud u large-  minority  agaftial a
iirlke and now gives a large majority
igulnsl going back tu work. This simply
proves  unrest and illssunaion KJ between
I labor    tactions  of the   American  tyssl*
t'ttnndlun uud uf tbe llniun.
The -despatches iu Uiu press regarding
���tlie  calling   nut   uf  the mil'|ury   bus
|r;susss-d some feeling amongst     a .inin-
and nothing la calculated  10 hurt
itliu situation more. W. L. Mackenzie
King, wlis-n inturviewud, suemed much
put uut ut u Kuglnu correspondentt.
telegram regarding preparations*
ongst the N. W. M. P., so much su
Chai In* 11,adu u definite denial during
he day. This course, be states, is di-
itl) culinary to Ihe government poll-
regarding this dispute. He Imni, sir
kluly wired the government iu regard to
statement of the lleglna correspond-
In tin* Calgary Herald of Thursday
|uil asked fssr a definite statement
1 thc matter. Up to the present he haB
ot yet received a reply, but will at
* communicate the same upon Its
s-'ipt. Thu psssitlon Is now Uint It
Jbay be regarded as ulmoat certain that
lln* men will return to work on Monday,
put as toll parties have failed to arrive
an agreement, Ihey have decided to
111 together for that.    Mun will return
to wssrk, but   the dlBputo  has  urrlvetl
st this stage of ncuteneBs that now Is
lime to avull themselves of the conciliation act.
I The operators were In conference all
day yesterday and they are fully decides! to resl their ease with the board of
'illation, and have been carefully
I Pi* paring for thu same, which will cornice operations Immediately upon the
irrlval of Sir William Mulock early next
month. He ls expected to leave the east
lime lo arrive at the latesl on
i Wednesday next. The whole question
of dispute Is to be made the subject of
�� nu .st searching Investigation between
the disputants, The operators also mel
Hon, Mr. Ciisbing, Mackenzie King and
we various delegates of the boards of
trade who hnve been waiting during the
conference and explained their attitude,
what  can be learned ns a ro
be threshed out. The operators seem
quite determined to reel their their case
on the board's work. A large number
of operators returned home tonight, Including J. II. Little, Canmore; W. F. McNeill, Canmore; O. B, 8. Whiteside,
lllalrmore. Lewis II. Stockett, of Hank-
head iiini others arc still here. All will
probably return for the Bluings ol Iho
board next week. Superintendent Krlck-
son of the C. P. It., came ln today.
PROGRESS IN KETTLE VALLEV.
Track   Laid   to   Volcanic    Mountain-
Mining Activity Ahead.
Orand Forks, April 27.���At 5 o'clock
last evening an aged Hindu, who had
died the previous day with lung trouble,
was cremated In the presence of several
dozen citizens.
Word has reached hero today that the
famous luwsult of W. H. Covert vs.
Vaughn and Mclnnis has been finally
decided by the supreme court in favor
of Mr. Covert. This was one of the
most interesting cases ever known ln
this district, the cause of action being
for a settlement of various claims for
water rights. W. H. Covert, who was
thc pioneer fruit rancher of this valley,
has had a series of lawsuits over this
water right In the past few years, and
his many friends are now congratulating him on his final victory.
lt Ib reported today that great mining activity will be resumed this spring
In Franklin and Olouster camps.
Among properties that will be working
good crews will bo lhe Olouster, McKinley, Maple Leaf and M. S. ln addition to these fully 20 olher claims will
be worked by Individual uwuers.
Track laying on the North Fork extension of the Kettle Valley Line railway Ib now completed to a point opposite Volcanic muuntuin and about 10
miles from Orand Forks. It Is reported
Hai aboul half a mile of track is laid
dully.     ,   ~~ -��� .
TO BUILD NEW OFFICE
Executive Committee of 2MKX) Club Ap-
rATomcx'*t^,**iA^*tt*-oiii
feared Off.
Fr
WU of thai meeting It is doubly evldont
'Hat tin. work of tho Joint conference
was spoiled by Internal dlssontlons be-
tw"s.n ths* miners themselves. The position generally, although It Ib practical! jettled for the present, la not really
"Mlafactory, and without the groatest
'ernearance on both sides and Ihe dc-
"'['���tntiMileby the investigation board'fl
t'rsiiist, il,,, Keneral Idea prevails that
|the straggle Is only prolonged. ,
���...    ""* ""iss meeting Thursday night
piii'ti the situation was  placed before
,!' ",'""* '' majority of about. 700 to 7
I   ,'n* In favor of returning to work pending an Investigation.   The result of the
""ng at other camps nre not yet. to
land s.xcept at Michel.   Vice President
"Wis does not return lo Fernie, hut
proceeds lo the United Stales.
Amendments to tho motion at Thttrs-
"*'J s mass meellng for the men to re-
""n lo work was President's Sherman's
words: "When I glvo the word," etc.
'"e Intention now Ib that the tnvestlga-
"on board shall be a searching one and
Into       Cntire condm��nB shal1 be S��no
*Mr* C'lBhlng Btntes thai Mb proposed
commlsBlon to enquire Into conditions
���01 the Alberta government on bchnlf
0 eight-hour legislation will not now
>> necessary. He will send his secre-
th�� in - ,lnf�����a"on obtained by
^investigation  board  will  be suffl-
WU lt is better that the whole question
~��tfr*x"��!"*t
-~-_____Buslt)jss
The second meeting of the executive
committee of the 20,000 Club was held
ln thc board of trade rooms last night.
The auditor's report on last year'B ac-
counts was received and adopted. The
building committoe waB instructed to
proceed In accordance with its own
recommendations that offices be built
at the foot of Ward Btreet.
Thc committee met at 8:30 with T.G.
Procter, in the chair; sst hers present
were: F. M. Chadbourn, B. F. Olgot, E.
K. Beeston, R. G. Webb, W. H. Jones,
T. Deasy, A. W. Dyer, F. J. Deane, D. C.
McMorris.
The chairman referred briefly to Inquiries as to the popularity contest. He
said that attempts had been made to
Investigate street rumors, which
proved to be only street rumor.
E. K. Beeston presented his report
as auditor. The item specially asked
for was the popularity contest receipts
and expenditures as follows:
Total receipts, $1,023.60; handed to
treasurer, (978.50; net result, 1812.10;
expenditure by treasurer, (166.40; of
the margin between collections and
amount received by the treasurer,
J-l.'s.Hi; an error accounted for, IS; the
balance, $37.10, was returned as ex-'
penses.
The auditor's report was then finally
accepted.
T. Deasy reported for the building
committee that permission had been
given by the city council for a building
on Ward street, lhat thoy had learned
the cost of material and labor, and
thought It could be done for 1250 at the
outside. Lumber was already promised,
and other material might be donated.
On motion of E. F. Gigot, seconded by
R. O. Webb, Mayor Gillett waB declared
member ex-offlclo of all committees.
Thc building committee was then continued In office with Instructions to
proceed with the work.
E. K. Beeston Ihen presented estimates. For the folders $260 had been
already collected, but It had gone lo
general expenses. On tho basis of Inst
year's expenditure nbout $2,000 was
needed In addition to the amount owing for the folders.
It wns decided thnt to non-subscribers
the folders should be Bold at the rate of
three for 25 cents.
A difficulty arose. Folders had been
promised at 5 cents each to subscribers
of Bmall amounts, and at 4 1-2 cenls. I
nnd 3 1-2 cents In larger amounts. Compliance wllh the terms of the city's
grant had raised Iho cost to 7 1-2 cenls
each for the first 10,000 copies.
It was moved that all contracts be
kept, and In future buyers of 100 or
more receive them at cost.
A long discussion of ways and means
followed, and ended with empowering
the present subscription committee. D.
C. McMorris, I. G. Nolson, R. O. Webb
and the president, lo acl at once,
The  committee    *       "*"
May let at 8:30 p,
secretary will bo appointed.
Prices of Metals.
New York, April 27.-Sllver, 65%c;
copper, 23%c.;  lead. JO.
London,    April    27���Silver,
then   adjourned   to
when tho new
30%d.
RAMBLER REVIVES
Splendid Body of Ore Is
Now Uncovered
WILL BEGIN SHIPPING
Important Addition to List WUI Be
Made on May 1st���Quotations
oa Stock Market.
The feature of tho week in mining ln
Kootenay, next to the strike In the coal
fields, Ib tile news of developments ln
the Rambler-Cariboo, where, according
to the Kaslo Kootenaian, in the new
workings, between 7 and 9 levels, a
vein of rich ore over nine feet wide ls
being developed, and as work progresses the ore body continues to improve.
This is not a "new strike," but simply
one of several bodies of ore cut Into
while the recently completed and successful plan ot extensive development
was under way. The work now going
ou is the beginning of a series of stopes
commencing on both sides of the 1,350-
foot shaft, each stope lo be about 100
feet below the other. Work at present
is going on below the former old workings, known aB No. 8 shaft. Tbe small
force employed ls driving In the new
No. 8 stope. Ore was In the face at
the start and development has proven
ll to be an extensive vein of great richness, assaying 180 ozs. and 70 per cent,
lead.
The stock market for the past week
has shown au Improvement, prices being higher and trading more active.
Spokane exchange continues to handle
a large volume of business with every
indication of this activity continuing.
Cobalt securities were heavy and the
market duller than for a long time. All
coal stocks showed an Improvement.
Alberta Coal advanced two cents with
a number of Inquiries. Breckenrldge al
Lund was also In better demand though
at about the Bame price. International
Coal towards the close sold at 59 cents
and advanced about eight cents during
the week, and will undoubtedly go to
65 cents upou an agreement being
reached between the operators and the
miners.
Rambler-Cariboo continued active and
sold largely locally. Upon this company resuming shipments, this stock
should advance between 10 and 15 cents
above the present price. Sullivan resumed Its former quotation, advancing
about a cent a share. B. C. and Dominion Coppers changed but very little, re
mafnlng firm and being quite active.
Giant of Rossland caused some inquiry,
but few sales were reported. White
Bear weakened and was offered lower
than for over a year, with but few buyers ln evidence. Western Oil Con. sold
largely at prices almost unchanged.
Following are the approximate quotations for the week ending yesterday:
Bid.        Asked
Alberta Coal & Coke *     .29   $     .32
American Boy Oltt       .01%
Breck. & Lund Coal .       .55 .60
B. C. Copper        7.76        8.00
Belcher    38 .40
Con. Smelters   110.        140.
Cariboo McKlnney  ..       .02 .03
Diamond Vale         .26 .26V4
Dom. Copper (Close).      6.78V4     6-12tt
Forty-nine Creek 04 .06
Granby          1.30        1.45
Giant   02 .03
Oerty 17\       .1854
International Coal   ..        .56 .69
Idora   1714       -20
Lardeau Mines 00%
Nicola Coal Mines  ..        .06 .06
North Star 10 .15
Nabob 31 .31%
Rambler Cariboo 31*14       -34
Sulltvnn    07%       .08
Sullivan Bonds        56.
Virginia    ��2 .03
White Bear (nonas.) .06(4       .01
Western Oil Con       1.60        1.80
BAD   NEWS   FROM   HAVANA.
Cigar Factories to Close on Monday���
Who'll    Intervene?
Havana, April 27.���The Independent
cigar manufacturers have decided to
close their factories on April 29th, ln
sympathy with the fight of the tobacco
"trust." whose cigarmakers have been
on strike for the past two months to enforce their demands to be paid in American money Instead of Spanish. This
will mean that on next Monday 9,000
cigarmakers will be unemployed ln this
city.  ^_
Gotch Still Champion.
Chicaog, April  27.���Frank Gotch, of
Iowa, last night defeated Fred Beell of'
Wisconsin, for tho American championship, wlnnning tho first fall and  the
third rail with toe holds in 36 m'nutes
and 15 minutes respectively. Neither
man wore shoes. Gotch was 50 pounds
heavier than Beell, but Beell put up a
great fight. He won tbe second fall In
three minutes with a combination bar
lock and grape vine hold.
EASTERN TIMBER DEAL.
Big Limits Acquired In New Brunswick
by New England Firm.
St. John, April 27.���Another big lumber property purchase Is about completed, A. Canadls A Co., of Springfield, Mass., and .lulin Henderson & Co.,
of Springfield, and also of Sayabec,
Que., have t'��etiier purchased 72 square
miles of timber and a mill from N. C.
McNalr, Jaequet liver, and 20 square
miles and a mill from Dutch & Co., at
the same place, and have an option on
the Calhoun property there, comprising
55 square miles and a mill. In all there
are 92,111 acres of timber lands. The
price Is said to be $105,000.
VICL PRESIDENTS VISIT
F. H. McQulgan, Head of Q. N. R. System Spent Hour In Nelson In
Course of Flying Trip.
A special Great Northern train arrived in the city last night about 7:30.
The object of the trip was to allow
F. H.'TUcGiilgan, the new first vice president to see the road.
The party included, besides Mr. McQulgan, F. E. Ward, of SL Paul, general manager; A. H. Hogeland, of St.
Paul, chief engineer; F. S. Forrest, of
Spokane, general superintendent of
western lines, and R. C. Morgan, superintendent of the Sopkane Falls t
Northern.
The special made a record run. The
party left Spokane at 11 o'clock Thursday night, covered the Boundary line to
Oroville and back to Marcus, the Red
Mountain line and back to Northport
and Into Nelson.
Mr. Forrest was the only member of
the party who came up town, the rest
remaining In their private car at the
station.
The trip was one of a series under-
laken by Mr. McQulgan to acquaint himself aa rapidly as possible with the
whole Great Northern system.
Neither Mr. McGUIgan nor any other
member of the party wished to make
any statement, other than that information and first hand acquaintance with
thc line and the country through which
it runs were the only objects of.a trip
which is proving enjoyable as well as
instructive.
CIVIL WAR FOLLOWS DEFEAT.
Honduras  Has   Now  Two  Provisional
Governments In Ofllce.
San Salvador, Republic of Salvador,
April 27.���The new Honduran government has been organized as follows:
President, Gen. Miguel Davala; minis
ter of finance, Maxim Kosales; minister of public works and Instruction, Con
stantlne Fiallos; ministers of war and
navy, General Dianosco Guellrrez and
General Tcranclo Slrra.
The ex-president of the republic proclaimed himself president st Amapala.
and there are now two provisional governments ln Honduras. General Slrra
was delated for the presidency by Manuel Bonllla. He enjoys great popularity.
RUMORED AT EDMONTON
That Brltlah Columbia Lumbermen Are
Resolved to Raise Prices Again
At Ones.
Edmonton, April 27.���Unofficial, but
at the ssme time thoroughly reliable advices have been received from Vancouver to the effect that the British Columbia lumber manufacturers have decided
to advance the price of lumber again.
The mountain lumbennena* manufacturing association have decided to make
the following advances:
Dimensions timber and boards, advance, $2 per thousand; shlplaps, $1 to
$2 per thousand.
The British Columbia lumber and
shingle manufacturers' association
have also given notice of an advance of
20 cents a square on shingles. The reason advanced to Justify the whereases
are comparatively small log-cut, the
scarcity of and higher price of labor,
car shortage and the unprecedented demand for building material to meet the
requirements of the building trade.
Disease Added to Famine.
St. Petersburg, April 27.���Prince Lo-
voff, head of the zemstvo famine relief
organization, reports that all kinds of
diseases are spreading Into the famine
districts, and that further aid Is needed
at once.
Parliament Prorogued.
Ottawa, April   27.���Parliament    waB
formally  prorogued  this  afternoon  by
His Excellency the Governor Oeneral.   ,
FLAGRANT^ ABUSE
Civil Servants Political
FIELDING'S NEW EXCUSE
Practice  Unanimously   Condemned
Two Yean Ago b Row General and Undisguised.
Ottawa, April 27.���Less than two
years ago the house of commons adapted tbe fallowing resolution:
"Thst whilst It is desirable that every
official ln the employ of the government
of Canada should enjoy every freedom
of political opinion and the untrammelled exercise of his franchise in accord
therewith, no official should be engsged
or permitted to engage In partizan work
of any description in the election of a
representative to the provincial or Dominion legislatures."
This motion was moved by Mr. Lake
of Qu'Appellle, a Conservative, and was
supported by Sir Wilfrid Laurler and
carried without a dissenting vote. Sir
Wilfrid's speech was a distinct pledge
tbat the government would not allow
its officers to engage ln partisan work.
Yet ln the session following numerous
Instances were given of party activity by
Western officials during the provincial
elections. The same thing happened
later in the Federal elections, and especially where Mr. Fielding, Sir Wilfrid's lieutenant, was a candidate and
personally conducted his own campaign.
It was shown this session that Mr.
Fielding was actively and sometimes
offensively assisted by numerous public
officials during the by-election of 1906
following his unseating for corrupt
practices during the general election.
It is established by affidavit that an
Important fishery officer travelled with
Mr. Fielding from place to place, canvassing on bis behalf, represented him
at the poll, and Interviewed doubtful
electors with the result thst tbey refused to take the bribery oath when
they came to the poll. Mr. Fielding
accepted this man's services and made
him bis agent notwithstanding his
own pledge of 1905. Besides Mr. Bain
there was a lighthouse keeper, equally
active as a campaign manager, and also
a representative of Mr. Fielding at the
poll. There was a custom house officer
who,held a poll and Is accused of acting in a very partizan manner, going so
far ss to strike the Conservative scrutineer. Mr. Fielding's agent at Port Clyde
was the postmaster, who was also a
delegate to the party convention. Another postmaster, a fishery Inspector,
another fishery officer, a second collector of customs, a harbor master, two
other postmasters and still another fishery officer were actively engaged in this
one riding during Mr. Fielding's election
campaign. It was all done in the plain
view and with the approval of the minister himself.
These facts were shown ln a discussion on Monday Introduced by Mr.
Borden. The leader of the opposition
set forth the facts and also the resolution of the House above quoted. He
closed his speech with a motion expressing regret that the government had
sanctioned and condoned the violation
of the resolution by officials " wbo notwithstanding such deliberate violation
have been continued ln positions of
public trust and responsibility and in
the enjoyment of salary paid from the
public exchequer."
Mr. Luke supporting the motion, gave
a long list of Instances in the West
where officials took part ln campaigns
Mr. Boyce of Algoma furnished several
examples, Including that of the postmaster of Thessalon, a vigorous politician who became a defaulter In the
department, was discharged and reappointed and still holds the office, receiving a salary of over $1000 and giving much of his time to private business contrary to the declared rule of
the department. A postmaster at Copper Cliff, reported for corrupt practices
at the election, Is retained In offlce at
a salary of over $1,700, while 500 residents have petitioned for his removal.
The Indian agent af Sault St. Marie
held the notorious poll at Mlchlplcoten,
which he had no right to do, and allowed the whole buman cargo of the
"Mlnnje M." to go 'up and vote with no
questions ssked.
To these and otber Instances, some
of which Mr. Foster produced, Mr. Fielding had only one reply. He pleaded
tbat many of these officers, and especially those who lnterferred ln his
own election, were not drawing from
the government sufficient salary to
maintain them, but were only partly
dependent on their offices for a living,
though as a matter of fact some of
them received ss much as $700. Thus
Mr. Fielding declares that the resolution of 1905 applies to only about one-
twentieth of public officials.
Nothing was said about salary limit
when the House declared tbat no officer
should be allowed to take part ln campaigns.   Sir Wilfrid made his pledge
respecting all offlce holders. There waa
no such exemption In the mind of the
government after 1894 wben they dismissed rural postmasters and petty
officials, earing $25 and $50 a year.
Scores of such officers were turned out
for simply expressing an opinion about
politics or for cheering at a public
meeting. But Mr. Fielding now authorizes all officers who do not live entirely on their public position to throw
themselves Into an election campaign
with all possible vigor. Only their activity must be on the government side,
For Mr. Fielding distinctly stated that
the officer must share the fate of his
party If he were active on the wrong
side. This Is an encouragement to nine-
tenths of the officials to do their best
for the party In power ln by-elections
and practically makes the great majority of the offices political spoil.
Mr. Borden's motion waa, of course,
rejected by a straight party vote.
MORE TROUBLE IN MORROCCO.
Ralsuli's Emissaries Preach Holy War
Against Sultan.
Tangier, April 27���The bandit Raisull and the pretender Hainan have
sent out a number of clever, semi-religious agitators to foment a revolt against
the Sultan, who ls accused ot having
sold Oudja to France. The crusade is
likely to result in widespread rebellion.
Despatches .received here from Caaa
Blanca say that the situation ls again
growing worse. Tbe governor Is paralyzed with terror of the marauding
tribes in the region, which he ls only
able to keep off by the distribution of
large sums of money.
Had No Money.
Rochester, N. Y��� April 27.���Dominic
Funino, charged with the murder of
Camllle, was last night found guilty of
murder in the second degree, and will
be sentenced on Wednesday. This was
one of the shortest homicide trials la
Munroe county. The jury was out an
hour.
NEW MIUTARY PUNS
Bureau of Information New Proposed
Instead of General Staff for
British Empire.
London, April 27.���The draft resolution respecting defence "military" was
discussed Saturday. It waa as follows:
"Thst this conference welcomes cordially and approves tbe exposition of the
general principles embodied In the
statement of the secretary of state for
war and without wishing to commit any
governments represented, recognises
and affirms the forces of the Empire
as a whole, which shall study military
science In all its branches, shall collect
and disseminate to various governments, military Information and intelligence, shall undertake the preparation
of schemes for defence on a common
principle and without in the least lnter-
ferrlng In questions connected with
command or administration; shall at request of respective governments advise
as to training, education and war or
ganizatlon of the military forces of the
crown In every part of the Empire. At
today's sitting of the conference Uie
foregoing resolution agreed upon
means there will be no monetary contributions for the creation ot tho central staff on which self-governing dependencies can be represented lf they
so choose.
Sir F. Borden stated there was not
an atom ot truth ln the statement made
In the Express and corroborated ln the
Standard that an Imperial army Is to
life created, in Canada maintaining 45,-
000 men, and the other colonies proportionately; he also knew nothing of Gen.
Botha's proposal ot a resolution regarding a central staff. It meant ln the practical aspect not a great deal more than
was being done at present Referring
to the Interchange of taft officers, etc.,
it was not binding on anyone.
APPEAL TO ALL NATIONS.
Western Federation Wants International Fund for Moyer's Defence.
New York, April 27.���According to
the American this morning, a big fund
ls to be raised by the Moyer-Haywood
protest conference of tbe United 8tates.
Leaders ot the movement aim to use
the money In an endeavor to save the
lives ot the defendants. U. 8. Claim,
a leader ln the executive of the confer
ence, Issued the following statement
today:
"Up to April 1st, $101,687 was raised
on behalf of Moyer and. Haywood, and
$92,000 of this money has already been
sper.t by the Western Federations of
Miners. In the next 10 days the sum of
$26,000 will be raised. In the work of
raising a gigantic defenoe fund, not
only will the labor unions of the United States be appealed to, but the labor unions of Canada, Europe and Australia as well.
Spaniards Emigrating.
Honolulu, April 27.���The steamer
Hellopolls has arrived from Malaga
with 2,200 Spanish Immigrants. During
the voyage there were 14 births and IS
deaths, all children who died of
me:islcs.
T1EATMM
Dangerous Spirit Shown
at Lahore
ARMS Hll VOLUNTEERS
Hindoos Demanding Home Rujt���So
Fat MnhsiMw^s" PdwihHtn
Said ta Krauin lapL
Lahore, British India, April BT.���
Rllles ud 20 pounds of ball cartridges
have been served out to the local Volunteers ln consequence of signs .of niarked
unrest among the Hindu student element. The public printing of inflammatory and seditious articles la newspapers inciting race hatred against Europeans and demanding native -control
of the government of India by means of
an Indian parliament have been followed recently by riots here and elsewhere in the Punjab, and by attacks on
Europeans. Professional and political
agitators are now fomenting strikes on
the railroads, and the government has
concluded that lt ls time to suppress the
rioting by means of torse, It necessary.
The authorities are satisfied that a
determined front wllll speedily end the
outward sign ot disaffection, especially
as they have the unanimous support of
the great Mohaaunedan population.
Mass meetings have emphatically condemned the anti-European movement
Recent events have given a remarkable
Impetus to the enlistment ln the volunteers. The recruits Include live judges
of the supreme court, the director ot
public instruction, professors, eight government officers, bankers aad merchants, all of whom have entered the
ranks as privates.
RESULT OF EXPERIENCE.
Englishman la Canada Offers Advice tn
Intending Settlers-
The London Daily Mall has Issued _,
hand-hook of useful Information and advice to Intending emigrants to Canada.
In the advice la a letter from aa
Englishman at Winnipeg, which la "by
no means the least valuable part of tha
book.   The letter la as followi:
"Being an Englishman, I look with
pleasure on the growth ot British Immigration In Canada. It ls because I
have a sort of brotherly feeling towards
my own that I venture to offer a little
advice ln tha way of "Dont's." No
Englishman need take any offence at
what I say, as I am a fellow countryman, and a patriotic one, too, therefore,
I can speak freely.    ���
"Don't when you arrive In Canada,
try to Impress the people how much
better they do things In England. It Is
a mistake that la frequently made by
new-comers.
"Don't talk about your station tn life,
especially lf you have any titled relations. The Canadians do not care a
rap for pedigree.
"Don't try to convince people that you
can show them a better way of working things ln Canada, bnt remember
that what answers very well there will
not necessarily work bere.
"Don't it you axe on the farm, see
how little you can do for your wag-as,
but work your hardest Other farmers
notice a good man, and will very likely
offer larger wages to secure your services.
"Don't carelessly spend your hard-
earned wages. Tou will need money
sooner or Inter, and a spendthrift ls
looked upon unfavorably by Canadians.
"Above all DON'T brag about being
an Englishman; be proud of It by all
means, but do not thrust the fact down
your neighbor's throat. More Englishmen have made themselves disliked for
this reason than for any other perhaps.
A Canadian very naturally thinks the
best man In the world Is s Canadian,
and is likely to get annoyed If you tell
him he Is Inferior to an Engllsman."
JOINT SESSION  PROPOSED.
Campbell-Bannerman   Said   to   Paver
Such Action in Britain.
London, April 27.���According to the
Dally Telegraph the government's plan
for dealing with conflicts between the
House of Lords and the House of Commons will be a proposal that ln eases of
disagreement both houses shall sit snd
vote together, the majority vote of the
combined houses deciding the dispute
Broke His Own Record.
Pittsburgh, April 27.���C. M. Daniels,
ot the New York Athletic Club, broke
the Indoor swimming record for 60
yarda at the Sportsman show last night,
covering the distance In 24 and 4-5 seconds. He also held the previous record
for this distance, that of 27 seconds. The Daily Canadian
i ������
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RUBBERS and OIL SKIN CLOTHING.
OVERALLS and JUMPERS.
UNDERWEAR at all prices
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From 8 to 12 Pounds.
SOX.   MITTS,   etc..   etc.
GROCERIES  and  PROVISIONS
HAY, FLOUR and  FEED.
In all these lines we offer excellent quality at very
reasonable prices.
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NELSON, B. C.
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Deposits of |1.00 and upwards received. Interest allowed thereon at highest current rate, and credited quarterly. Depositors are subject to no delay
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THE DAILY CANADIAN
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Snoeerlplloa rates, fio ceuts a month delivered
IB lha cut, or $5.00 a year If seta by mall, when
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.Advertising rates oo application.
Mil monies paid ln settlement of The Dally
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advertising, must be rei-elpted for on the printed
fssrass of the Company, utlier receipts are not
-Mild.
APRIL 37. 1907.
THE GOVERNMENT'S DEFENCE.
ll is an old Baying thai when a lawyer luis no case his safest policy Is to
abuse the opposing counsel. The con-
verse is almost Invariably true. Ths*
contestant who does nothing but abuse
his opponent tacitly confesses that he
has no case.
For many years now but especially
since the general elections of 1904 the
Dominion government lias been accused
of wholesale offenceis against honor and
honesty.
The charges have included all forms
of corruption before and during elections, bribery of Individuals, classes
and whole constituencies, ballot
"switching" and ballot-box stuffing, personating of absentees and dead men,
and even of countenancing lbe manufacture or Importation and use of ballot
boxes specially designed to facilitate
election frauds.
Every one of these charges has been
proved In election courts. A few of ths;
meaner tools have bssen punished In
short terms of Imprisonment The
worst criminals, the party chiefs whs,
procure such work to be done, are uevei
reached.
The only reply vouchsafed by Liberal ministers to such charges even
after they are proved, is the brazen Impudence of "Tu quoque." When It waJ
shown that Charles Hyman's last election in London had been accomplished
by the use of every conceivable corrupt
means, tho answer given In the Liberal
press and on the platform, and even
urged privately, was that tbe London
Beat was once, In IStl, wrongfully
taken from the Liberals by a partisan
county court Judge, and they were jus
tilled In   "getting even."
The reply to the exposure of the
means by which Mr. Fielding achieved
his signal triumph In Nova Scotia In the
lBst election, is tbat the Conservative
Association of Nova Scolia is also trying to raise a campaign fund.
The often promised legislation, by
way of amendment to the Elections Acl,
lo prevent corruption in elections, Is
promised again for next year, at what
will probably be the last session of the
present parliament. No one, Conservative or Liberal, believes that a genuine
measure of reform, such as will even
hamper the work of the machine will
be passed on the eve of another campaign.
Hut Ihe reply that their opponents
also have been guilty, an absurd defence, even when it Is true, will not
avail as an answer to olher charges-
charges that are urged aa persistently
and as vehemently by men whose political independence is unquestioned, as
by the Conservative opposition.
Abuse of the opposition Is never a
valid defence for an administration. In
this case It Is supremely ridiculous. Tho
Conservative party of Canada haa been
out of pfiice for nearly 11 years. All
their offences as administrators must
have been committed before 1896.
The record of the Conservative party
while In office bears two stains, the
Pacific scundal of 1873, and the Public
Works Department scandals in 1891.
No attempt was made by the party as
a whole to suppress the fuels In ��� "n-
neciion with either, and the honor ol
parliament and of the country, were
vindicated, as Ooldwln Smilh has pointed out, by the defeat of the iiarty.
What measure of defeat to the Laurler regime will now serve to vindicate
the honor of parliament and country?
These latter years huve seen crimes
committed by the government collec-
tllvely and by ministers Individually
that were never conceived of under
Tory rule.
W. T. K. Preston, a convicted���Indeed
a self-confessed author and leader of
corruption, Is still in the public service
of the Dominion.
Ministers who are accused of misconduct grosser than that which has driven
others into private life, aro still In the
cabinet and even taken to London as
representative of Canada.
Frauds have been proved in the departments of the interior, of railways,
of public works, and of militia and de-
fence. No one has suffered for them.
They will continue.
But the gravest Indictment of all, the
offence that strlkeB at the most vital
part of the nation, is the degradation of
the bench.
No one could  ever SOCUSO Sir John
Macdonald or his successors of an unworthy appointment to such high ami
responsible ofllce. Eminent and hssnssr-
able barristers only were eligible In
those days, and tbelr party affiliations
did not matter.
since ism; no Conservative has been
appointed to the bench, and of the ns'w
Judges it is true of more than half dial
their appointment is only jtistltiabli* by
frank acceptance of tbe spoils system,
applied to tlie bench as well ns to every
other brunch of public service.
These are things Hint cannot be answered by recriminations. There Is a
day of atonement ahead.
While It Is the hope of all thai, the
labor troubles ln the coal Holds of Kootenay ami Alberta may be speedily settled, nothing can be gained by announcing a settlement before one ls reached.
There Is room for serious doubt whether
the miners will vote to return to work
pending tlle decision of the conciliation
board. There is also every possibility
that they will finally refuse to accept
the decision of the majority of the
board. As we have pointed out before,
a fludlng against the operators can bo
enforced by law, while a finding against
the men is of no effect. Nearly all are
unattached and can move at less than
a day's notice to other fields. Something else ls necessary to secure the
steady operation of coal mines on
whose product all the Industries of an
Important district ore so directly dependent.
Possibly a debt of gratitude Is owing
by those who believe in education and
in Nelson to those who have forced delay ln the submission to the property
owners of a bylaw to raise the necessary funds for a new public school
building. It Is becoming more apparent every day that public opinion is
overwhelmingly In favor of a new
school, so much so that the opponents
dare not oppose It on general grounds.
The specious pretence of opposition to
the sum of $60,000 on the ground that
a smaller sum would suffice might have
Influenced a few had the presentation
of the bylaw been hurried. 'The time
given for consideration will enable all
to see lhat the answer ls disingenuous,
and, coming from those who have no
knowledge of the cost of material or
labor, palpably absurd.
The new executive of the 20,000 Club
has a heavy task. There ls no use disguising the fact that there has been financial mlsmangenient. W. H. Jones*
expression of the hope that hereafter
"when funds have been appropriated
for a specific purpose tbey will slay appropriated" Is amply justified. ��� At one
time last fall the amount required for
the new folders was reported 10 be "In
sight." Part of it was collected, but lt
Is no longer available, having been
spent to meet current accounts. Such
methods must not be followed In future
If the club is to retain that measure of
public confidence without which It
cannot live.
TO REPROVE TOE WORLD
Christ Telling Disciples of the Coming
of the  Holy  Ghoat���Church
Services for Tomorrow.
Tomorrow will be the fourth Sunday
after Easter. Wednesday, May 1st, will
be the festival of St. Philip and St.
James.
The gospel for tomorrow continues
St. John's account of Christ's special
teaching to His disciples In preparation
for their work after His going away,
and His promise of the coming of the
Holy Ghost to "reprove the world of
sin, of righteousness and of judgment."
The disciples evidently found lt hard to
For Safe...
Near Thrums,  a  ranch  of about   15
acr��s.   A small clearing.    Easy terms.
Geo. G. McLAREN
 Nelson, B. C,  Box 654.
niKBER NOTICES.
Notice Ii hereby given that to days After dato J
Intend tu apply to the Hon. Chief Commlaaioner
of Lnnda and Worka for a ipeclal licenae to cut
and carry away timber from tbc following deicrlbed landi. situated on Corn Creek lu the
Goat creek division In Southwest Kootenay, ft C.
"A"���Commencing at poat "A" planted about
1>0 chaina weat from aoutheast corner of Illock
No. 10M, and marked "*. I.. BeckWitli by I J
Lucia, agent, northeast cornef post," nbout two
chains north of the stream, tben went 160 chains,
then 40 chains south, then eaat IM chains, then
40 chains north to post of commencement.
Dated March (Itb, 1907. Vi I, Bbckwith,
br I. J. Lucu, Agent,
"fi"���Commencing at post "B" plauted on the
south fork of Corn creek, about 60 chains from
where tbe stream empties Into the Main stream,
marked "W. L. Beekwlth by I J. Lucia, agent,
northeast corner poat," abont three chains cast
of stream, then 1A0 chaina soutb, then 40 chalna
west, then 160 chains north, then 40 ohalns eaat
to point of commencement.
Dated Marcb 7th, 1907. W. L BtcKwmi,
by I. J. Lucia, Agent.
"C"���Commencing at post "C" planted M
chains south of northwest corner of Block "h"
marked "W L Reokwfth by I.J. Lucia, agent,
northeast corner post," about ten cbaina west of
atream northeaat corner, tben 160 cbains soutb,
then 40chains west, n.en 160 chains north, then
40 chaina east to post of commencement.
Dated Mareh Hth, 1007. W. L. Becewitr,
by 1. J. Lucia, Agent.
realize at (hat time that their Muttf
was to leave them hu soon. Of the Holy
Ghost they had apparently no conception till the day of Pentecost
To "reprove the world of sin. of
righteousness antl of judgment," is the
function ascribed Ko the third person of
the Trinity. "Reprove" wonld be clearer
if translated convict or convince.
The followiug services are announced
for tomorrow in the churches of Nel
son:
Church of England���St. Saviour's,
corner Ward and Silica streets. Fourth
Sunday aftor Kasier; Holy communion
S a. in.; morning prayer and litany,
11 a. m.; Sunday school, _!:3G
p. m.; evensong, 7:;J0 p, m. Rev. F. H.
Graham, rector.
Roman Catholic���Church of Mary Im*
maculate, corner of Ward and Mill
streets: Low mass, S u. m.; high mass,
10:30 a, m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m
Rev. Father Althoff, priest.
PrcBbyterian church���St. Paul's, cor
Der of Victoria and Kootenay streets:
Morning service, 11 a. m.; Sunday
school, 2:30 p. m.; evening service, 7:30
p. m.   Rev. J. T. Ferguson,, minister.
Methodist church���Corner Silica aud
Josephine streets: Morning service, 11
a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. in.; Sunday school, 2:30 p, m. Rev. R, N
Powell,  pastor.
Baptist church���Stanley street, neai
Mill: Morning service, 11 a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. ra.; Sunday school,
2:30 p. m. Rev. E. H. Shanks, pastor.
Salvation Army���Barracks on Vic*
toria street, west of Josephine: Special services for tomorrow. Knee drill,
9 a. m.; holiness meeting, 11 a. m.; a
praise meeting at 3 p. m.; salvation
meeting at 8 p. m.
LAND NOTICES.
Sixty days after date I intend to Apply to Hon.
the Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Worka for
permission to purehase the fulluwlng described
muds In Kootenay district: Couinieuclng at ti
past marked Bruce White's N. W, eorner poat,
situated at tho north-raxt corner of P. it 30 about
a mile east of Hloean river, theuM sonth 20
chains, tbence west 90 chains, thence suuth 60
chains, theuce east 40 chains, theuce uortb lu
���'halus, tbence cant 4U chains, theuce uorth j"
chains, tbeuce west go chains to point of commencement, containing 4*10 acres, more or Uss.
Located March mh. 1007,        Hkite Want,
I, tbe undersigned, alter 60 days lutend to ap-
Lly to the Honoriible the Chief Commisaloner of
ands aud Worka for permiitajon to purchase the
following laud: Commeneing at a put marked
B. K C. of Lot 1368, thence west 10 chains, theuce
Nouth :���' chains, tbeuce weat iO chains, thence
������outh J" i limn-, thence west 40 ehalus, theuco
south 40 chains, tbence eust So cbains, theuco
uortb HO chains to point of commencement.
Located March 27th, 1907. M. 8. McNauoht,
N. F. ICoNAOOBT, Agent.
I, the undersigned, afler fio days intend toapply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of
Lauds and Work* to purchase the followlug described land: Commencing at a post marked
N. E. 0., situate at tht; mouth ol Core creek on
tbe west shore of Slocan lake, tbence west M
ehalna, ihenco south 20 chalna, thenre west 20
chains, theuce south 20 ohatus, thenee went 40
"���liuii)- thence aouth 40 chain*, tbence eaet 80
chalne, tbence north fu 'i.nins to point of cam-
meneement
Located March 27th. 19U7.      is. F. McNaoght.
Sixty dayaafterdate I purpoae making application to the Honorable the Chief Comiuisaloner
of Landsand Works for permission to pun-hase
ihe following deaeribed land: Commencing at
it pott placed about one and hull milei. eart of
.Silver Tip Point, on Whatman Lake, near ('bristle creek marked "P. ff.fl. H'a. 94E corner," ruu-
nlng thence 8C vLslns west to join land located
by F L. Hammomi. as agent, tbence 80 chalna
north, theuce QQ chatna east, thence 80 chains
south to point of eommeucement, containing
CIO acres, more or Jess.
Hated the 9th day of April, 1907.
F, W. O. Hswrsih,
 Fer F. <��. Fak-uciee. Agent.
Sixty daya after date 1 purpose making application to the Chief Commisaloner of Landa and
Worka lor permission lo purchase tbe following
described land: Commencing at a post placed
At the aoutheast corner of f Vi G Hnultaln's
application to purchase, marked "K. F's. 8,W.
corner," running (hence Sticbaina nur h. tbence
80 chains eaat, tbence Wcnains south, thence SO
chains west to point of commencement, containing 64o acres, more or less.
Uated the 9th day of April, 1907.
K.   FAi-yflRK.
     Per F (i. Faci*pii;k, Agent.
Sixty days afterdate i intend to apply to tbe
Hon. Chief Commlaaioner of Lands ana Works,
Victoria, to i 'rcbaae tb following described
lands adjoining the Arrow lakes in HVst Kootenav: commencing at a poat pianted at the
N. W. corner of J. II. Porter's preemption, and
marked K. W'sS. W. corner post, thence 20 en ains
north along lake ahore. tlience 90 chains eaat,
thence 20 chalus south, tbence 20 chaina weat to
friace of beginning, containing 40 acrea, more or
ess.
April 18,1907. Evxlyn Watsom.
Notice Is bereby given that 60 days after date I
Intend to applv to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase
the following described lauds, Bituate in WeBt
Kootenay district: Commencing at a poat marked J.L.Porter's N. Vf. corner, ihence south 80
chains, following the eastern boundary of II.
Selous' application to purebaae; thence east 40
chains; thence north so chains; tbence weat 40
chains to point ol commencement, containing
3i(0 acrea more or lesa.
Uai.il this llth day of March, 1907.
  J. L. PORTIE.
Sixty daya arter date 1 Intend to apply tothe
Honorable the Chief Commiasioner of Lunds and
Works for permlaslon to purchase the following
deacrlbed lauds in Kootenay district: Commenclngat a post marked J. It. Annable's northeaat corner post, said post being on the aouth
aide of tbe Lower Arrow lake, about two mllei
below burton City; thence aouth 80 cbains;
thence weat 20 chalna; tlience aouth 20cbains;
(hence west 20 chains; tbence north 32 chains
and 20 links, more or less to, the lake ahore;
thence eaaterlyalonglake40ohains, more or leas,
to the place of beginning, containing 106 acrea,
more or less.
Hated thla 5th day of November, 1906.
J. B. A .WAUL J,
 per _ Ij. Subnet, Agjnt.
Notice la hereby given tbat 60 daya alter date I
"~*7 to the Honorable the '"
.Hilda and   Works for
intend loapply tn the Honorable the Chief Commlaaioner of Landa and  Works for permli '
to purchase about 175 acres of land, situate near
icrmlaslon
the I'end d'Oreille river, West Kootenay dlatrlct,
and deacrlbed aa follows: Commeuelng at a
post marked tl, ft, 1 hornson'a N. W. corner post,
situated on .the south boundary end 20 cbains
from S. W post of I/��t 71S4, thence south about70
chains, thencecast ahout 'ib chslns to a point on
tbe weet houndary and 2o chains from 8. W. post
of Lot 7741, thence north 70 chains and ihenee
west tb chalna to the place of beginning.
28th March, 1907. G. K Thomson,
A. O. Lamp, Agent,
Slxtv days after date I Intend toapply to tbe
Hon. Chief Commisaloner of Landa and Works,
Victoria, B. 0��� to purehaae 240 acrea of land, In
Fire Valley, described as follows: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chaina west of Walter Bull's
N. W. corner and marked J. W. Holmes' Jr. N. E.
corner pest, and num Ing routh 40 chains, thence
west 00 chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
cast 60 chalna to place of beginning, and being a
portion of Section 85, Townihlp 71, Weat Kooteuay.
March 5th, 1907. J. W, HOMfttt, JR.
J. E. Annahi.k. Agent.
Sixtv days after date I Intend to applv tothe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worka
to purobase 320 acres of land In Fire Valley, Weat
Kooteuny dlatrlot and deacrlbed af follows:
Commenclngat a post marked J. E'a 8. E.
corner, and running north 80 chains, thence
weat 40 chaiua, thence south 80 cbains, thence
east 40 chnins to place of beginning, and being
the west one-half of the S. E. one-quarter and
the east one-half of the 8. W. one-yuarter, and
the west one half of the N. K one-quarter, and
the east ene-half of tbe N. W. one-quarter of
BeJtion 81,. ownshlp 71, 0.1,
March sotb, 1907. John Enneit.
FRED IRVINE & CO'Y
New Dresa, Muslins, Ginghams and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
Skirts, Costumes and Blouses.
WHITE LAWN BLOUSES FROM 75 cts EACH UP
We Are Still Selling Ladles' Under muslins at Reduced Prices.
Fred Irvine <& Co'y
WE INVITE INSPECTION
Notice is herohy riven that 00 daya alter dale I
Intend Inapplv to the Hon. Chid Commissioner|of
Liui'laaud Works, Victoria, for permlaalon to pur*
chaae the following deacrlbed land: Commencing
nt a post planted ou thc wesl aide of Hloean lake
and about two milea uortb of Kvans creek, and
.narked ii. H. Wu lonthWMt corner ���ost. thenee
north following ahore of lake 130 chains, thence
��esl '��������� chains, thence south 120 chalna, thencu
east 6o chains to point of commencement, tH<)
acres more or Ipbb.
Located April 20, DOT.
Uio B. (fARArrr, Locator,
Wm. cloioh, Agent.
Sixty daya after date I Intend lo apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commlaaioner of fluids aud
Works, Victoria, to purehaae 040 acres of land in
Weat Koolenay,described aa followa: (.'ouimeuclng at a poat planted about eight milea up
Mosquito creek and Joining E. Cross' application
to purchase, and marketfC, M's B. E. corner,
thence uorth KO chains, tbence weal HO chalus,
tbence nouth HO chatna, thence eaat 80 chains to
placeof heginniug.
Feb. 16th, 1907. C. Marshall,
J. E- Annable,
Sixty davs after date I Inteud to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commlaaioner of Lands and Worka to
purchase the following described land located
In Flre valley district of West Kootenay: Commencing at a post planted at the H. E. corner of
J.*!,**- Bangs'pre-emption, tbeuce aouth -SO chalne,
thence weal 40 chains, thence north SO chalna,
theuce east 40 chaiua tu pluce ot beginning, containing 8x0 acres.
Located Murch Mth, 1W7.
D. a. Mci'ine, Locator.
J.J. Kklly, Agent.
Take notice that DO days after dato I Inteud to
apply to tbe Hon. Chief Commlisioner of Lands
and Works, for permission tc purchase the following described lands: Commencing at the
southeast oorner of lot 6306, theoce west 10
chalna, thenee south 20 chalus, thence eait 20
chains, thencu north 20 chaina, theoce weat lu
chains to point of commencement, containing
40 acres, more or less.
Hated April 16lh, Wfl P   3. Bkai.lit,
w. Vf, Hkaui xy, Agent.
I, the undersigned, after 60 daya Iniend to apply to the Hou. tbe Chief Cominlaslonerof Urni-.
ninl Works to purebaae the lollowlng deicrlbed
Und: Comineuclng at tbe N. E. U. of Lot 763*9
O- I., thenee west 40 chalna, tbence north 20
chalna, tbence east lu chains, tbence south 20
chains to point of commencement, conuinlng m
acres more or lesa.
Located March 28th, IWI. W. A. Mn.i n.
Take notice that sixty uaya after date
I lutend to apply io the Honorable the Chlel
Commissionerof Lands and Worka for permission to purchase the following deaeribed laud
situated in the West Kooteuay district: Commencing at a post planted at the aoutheaat
coroer of Lot ttt, ou the south side of the West
Arm or Kooteuay lake, thence HO chains weat to
southwest corner of said lot, theoce 20 ehalna
south, thence SO chaina eaat, thence 20 chalna
nortb to place of commencement, containing 160
acrea-
April 2nd, 1907. Chablii Robiktsoh,
per Ebnist W. Kobinson, Agent.
Sixtv days after date I Inteud to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commisaloner of Lands sod Works,
Victoria, B. C, to purchase the following dc
ucrlhed land, Bttuated lu ihe Weat Koolenay dlatrlct: Commencing at a post planted on the
weat side of Kootenay lake, near Rhinoceros
point, and marked J. McKinnon's 8- ��. corner
post, thence west B0 chains, theoce north -to
chains, tbence east 80 chains more or lesa to lake
shore, theuce along lake ibore to point of commencement.
Signed 3 McKinnon.
Sixty daya after date I intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commlaaioner of Landa and
Works, Victoria, for permission to purchase 100
acres, more or less, situated In West Kootenay
district: Commenclngat a post planted midway
on the north boundary of Lot 7611 snd adjoin lug
S.W corner of Lot W58, thence north 16 chalna,
theoce WMt 40 chains, tbence south 40 chains,
thenc eeasl 20 chains, theoce north 24 chains,
thence east 20 chalna to polntof commencement.
Located March Wth, 1907. 1. J. Scanlan.
Sixty daya after date I lutend to apply to the
Hou. the Chief Commiasioner of Lauds and
Works to purchase the following descrlbeil
landa: Commencing at a post planted on the
east side of I^emon Creek at tne moulh ofthe flrat
north fork and marked "K. Cooper's southeast
eorner," running-80 chains west, north 40cbaiiis,
cast 80 chalna, aod south 4o chains to place of
commencement.
Dated March 20lh, 1907. R. CoorXH,
J. T. Tiitinu, Ageut.
Sixty daya after date I intend to apply to tbe
Hon. the Chief Commlaaioner of Linda aud
Worka to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post marked "L A.
Tlpping'a southwest corner post'1 and planted
near H. D. Curt la's land, nhout half mile from
Slocan City, running north 40 chains, eaat 20
chains, aouth 40 eliains, weat 20 chains to place
of commencement
Dated March 14th, 19tff L. A. Timno,
J. T. Tiitikq, Agent.
Sixty days alter dnte I intend to app;y to the
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Landa and
Worku to purchase the following described land
looated ln Fir* Valley dlstrlst of Woat Kooteuay:
Commencing at a post planted at the 8. W. corner
of John Bang' pte-itmptloii, theuce 60 chaius
aouth, thence 40 chains west, tbence 60 cbains
north, thence 40 chalnseast to place of beginning.
Richard Kikce, Locator.
J, J. Kklly, Agent.
Notice la hereby given tbat 60 daya alter date I
Intend to make application to the Honorable the
ChleF (.'ommlssloner of Lands aod Works, st Victoria for permission to purchase the following
desclbentlands: CommenclliB st a poat planted
at tho aoutheast corner of lot en, group 1, theuee
south '26 chains, tbence cast 60 chains, thonce
north 26 crrBlns, thencu west 60 chaina to point
of commencement, eontainiug l.V> acres, more or
leas.
Nelson, Marcli 27th, 19(fl.        Af nib L. Wadi.
P. Wadb, Agent.
Blxty days after date f intend to apply to the
Hon. thc Cbfef Commissioner of Lauds and
Works, Victoria to purchaie the following described land: Commencing at a post marked
M H's 8, W. eoruer, and planted near thc northwest <*ortior of Lot 8812, about one mite weat ot
Slocan river, snd running enst 40 chains to Lot
381, thence norlh 40chaius, theuce weat 40chalns,
thence south 40 chains to place of beginning,
Mnrch 9th, 1907. MlLDA Ha.h*k,
YAVhUAtiet, Agent.
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to the
Bon. the Chief Commissioner of l��ndsand Works
Victoria, B. C , to purehaae 120 acrea ef land
situate ln Fire Valley, Wesl Kootenay, ana described as follows: Commencing at the northeast
corner of Lot 781.'., ud running nnrth 60 chalna,
thence east 20 chalus, thence r-outh 60 chaiua,
thence west 20 chains to place of beginning.
March 4th, 1907. w W. BRaoi.bt,
J. E, Annahlk, Agent,
Sixty day?! nfter date 1 intend toapply to the
Hon. Chief Commisaloner of Unds and Works,
Victoria, to purchase 320 acrea of land In West
Kootenay, described as follows: Commenelni
��� t a poit planted up Mosquito creek, ahout 'fght
miles from the mouth and marked E. Cros*' 8 w.
corner, thenee north SO chains, theoce 40 chalm
east, thenee 80 chains soutb, thence 40 chains
weat to place of beginning
Feb. lfitb, 1907, " k. Cross.
J.E. Annabue, Agent.
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X       NOW ON THE MARKET
a For Funher Information Apply to
tllll DTTTQ AGENT>
| il* n. rl 1 1 J, NELSON, B. C,
���������������������������������������:���������������������������������*
The HaU Mining and Smeltii
Company, Limited.
NELSON, B. C.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores
Sixty dsys after date I latand to apply to Hie
Honorable the Cblef Commlaaioner of Landx arid
Works, Victoria, to purchase the following
described lauds In West Kootenay district;
Commencing al a poat planted at the B.B. cm ner
of Wm. Lovott's pureliase 1*1*9* and marked
"K. M.S'a N.E corner," and tunning nottlh fiO
chalna, thenee weal 40 chalna, tlience north 60
chalna, thence eaat 40 chains lo place of beginning and containing 24U acrea.
March Bth, 1901. K. M. Hiiaw,
J. K   Annahlk, Agent.
Sixty days after date 1 .mend to applv to lbe
Hon tne Chief Commissionerof Ijinda and Works
Victoria, to purchase ttfo acres of laud In Weat
Kootenay district: Comiurnclng hI a poit
planted about ttmllea from tbe mouth of Moa-
'liilto creek and about one mile west of the aald
creek and murked "H.H.K'hH.W comer." and
ruuning north 80 chains, thence eaM DO chain*,
tbence south M cbaina, tbeuce west '10 ehains lo
placeof beginning.
March IMh, 1907.
H. H. Koss.
J. K. .VNNAiir.s. Agent.
60days after date I intend toapply tn the Hon
Chief Commiasioner of Lands and Works, Victoria, to purehaae 240 acres of land located In
Fire Valley aod being a portion ol f-ections 1ft
and 16 in Townshlp09 and deacrlbed aa follows:
Commencing at a poat planted at tbe aouthweat
corner of tne southeast quarter of aectlon If
Township ���� aud marked J. Q, H. h. corner,
thence north 40 chains; thence wesl 60 chains;
thence south 40 chains; thence eaat 60 chaius to
place of beginning.
November tfird 1906.
JOStfB (iIB-SON,
J. E. Annahlk, Agent.
Blxty dnys after date I intend toapply tothe
Hoiiorahle the Chlof Commissioner of l^nda and
Worka, Victoria, to purchase 640 acres of land,
situated on the west side of Arrow lake, aud de
acrlbed aa followa: Commencing at a postmark
ed J. H'a N. E. corner aud placed at tbe aouthweat eorner of Lot 7692, Oroup I, Weal Kooteuay,
snd running weat HO chalna, theoce aouth 80
chnlos, thence east 80 chains to the lake ahoie,
thence north along the lake to place of beginning
March 8th, 1907. J Haiohk,
3. K. ANNABLE, Agcilt.
60 day* after date I Intend to apply In tin* Hon.
Chief Commissioner of Land* ami Works, Victoria to purchase 160 acres of land In Flre Valley,
West Kooteuay district, and dcM*rll>ed as followx :
Commencing at a post marked W fi Wrlghl'n
8. I*:, corner, and running north HO chains, tbenco
west 20 chains, theuce souih mi chains, tbence
eust 20 ehalns to place of beginning, and bfing
thc west one-hall of the N. E. quarter of Section
���fi. mid the west half of thc B, *, oue-ouartor of
BeOtlOO 8ft In Townabip 71 0.1.
March Mtb, 1907. W, H. Weioiit.
Notlcela hereby given thatslxtydaysafterdate
I Intend to apply tothe Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for the right to purchase the following described landa: Commencing at a post marked "M. .1 CamcroiCa
14 W, corner post" planted at tho S.W. comer of
the K. and M. block, No. mi, running east 120
chains; thence sou h L0u0 feet, moreor less lo
the CF R. line, thence west 120 chaius to the
Arrow l+.'zn; thenc north 100U leet following
the abore of the Arrow Lake to the point of com
meneement,
Hated thla llth day of February, 1907.
M. J. CAMKROV,
J. M.CAMKroN, Agent.
Sixty daya after date 1 Intend to apply lo the
Chief Commissioner of IaikIs and Worka for
permlaalon to purchase the following described
landa In Kootenay District, about three-quarters
of mile (rom Thrum'a siding:   Commencing at a
rat placed at the S. W. corner of L OOT, group
west Koolenay District; thence westerly
following the norlh boundarv of L4OT, 4H
chains; tbeuce north 10 chains; thence eaat 40
ebalna, moreor less, tothe N. W corner of
I-6H'J.t; thence aouth following the west boundary
of L6893. 1(1 ehalus, more or leas, to plaee of commencement, containing 4(j acres, more or loss.
Pated thia 6lb day of December. UKW.
H. H. PITH, Locator.
Notice la (lercby given that 60 days afler date I
Intend toapply to the Hon, the Chief Commissioner of Lands aud Works Victoria, U.C., for
permlaalon to purchase the following deeerlbed
lands In West Kootenay district: Commencing
ata poat planted at the southwest corner of lot
7701, group 1, nud nninln. 20 chains to the aouiheait corner of lot 7702, group 1, then in an easterly direction 20 chains, tben north 20 chains,
then west Wchains to point of conirfieurement,
containing 40 acres moro or leas.
Localed February llth, 1907.
Philip Wajdi, Looator.
Sixty Asp after dsio l Intend io apply to tho
non. Chief Commissioner of Unds and Worka,
V(iior,a._.to ^���1^(_���0���Mf, im H''r('H "' l��nd, ln Flro
Valley, WeatKootonny.aiid deserlbed as loliows:
Commencing al a post plnnted at Walter Hull'a
northwest comer nnd markeii K.i'tB. K corner
and running north fiO chains, thenco west 80
chaina, thence south fio chaini, thencecast 8(i
chaini to place of beginning, and being pari of
8mior,a;t4and 89 lu TownsMp 71 and i portion
or Sections 1 and 2 lo Townabip tin, (iron n I
Mareh 6th, 19t7, K.ttPM
J.K. Aniubijc, Agent.    '
Notice Is herebT given that 60 dari tttirft
Intend loapply to the Hon the f hleff'-M���
Iloner Of Lands and Works, Victoria, fori
ni i.-i-.;i to purchase lbe lollowlns ���:-���..'.:
land; Commencing at a poat at the iBlfWd
ol thc couth boundary of lot 62*3, mii
boundary of   "(-olden Queen"   mineral 1
tht*ik aat 19.05 ehains, moreor lru, : ��� ������ -
east corner poat tif lot ttatt, thence nonl
ehalna, more or lesa, lo northeast oorner p��l
lyt ,r��2Ki, tbeuce cast 40 chains io the loalM
corner po��t of lot 2M8, thence iouth 40 rtil
ihenee weat tio chains, more orltu fo Ihe i
boilmiary o| lhe "Golden (Ju��-D"mlDeral cUl
thence along eaai boundary "Golden Qu-i
mineral claim to i��>mi ol commencement,
ehalus, more or less
Nelson, H.C., March 12.19tf..
JOH* CIIASLTOS,
I'er WM. TOLtiiWTOit, Afti
Hlxty days after -late i intend toapplyt*!
Honorable the Cblef Commissioner of Lao-Jii
Works. Victoria to purchase 130 acrei of is
10 Weat Kootenay, aud described *����� tm
Commencing at a poit platitetl on the ml I
of Arrow I-ake al the southwest cornerot u
and marked ��J. a. K's NW. corner,"
eaat 24 chalna, thenee south 40 chalui. tU
east 30 ehalni, tbenoe south 20 chaini if I
helmer'a pre-erapttou. thence west ���"�� fh��W
Fauqutcr s application to purchase, tfe'ut*
40chalna. tbenee west 20 ehalna to lakt id
theuce north along ihe lake shore to I'm
coruiiicaeement.
March 19th, 1907. J.A.KlU
Sixty dari after dnte I iniend to applr V
Hou. Chief Commissioner of Lnnds and a
for permission to purchase the fullowEI
scribed property st a post marked "0.1,1
eoruer,' theneo 40 chains north, thence***
west, theuce |0 ehalna south, thence 40 t*
lilt to point Ol commencement, a relwilM
ihe abandoned pre-empllon 728 of W C. Kt
and la the eaat half of the northweit q-^
aud tbe west hall of the northeast quar*
section 7, township70, WeetKooteneyrfUirirf
lhe weat ahore of thc lower Arrow Ist***
iM'vtvi,; I fin acres, more or le?*.
March lal, 19U7. OloioK MiitoS,
, jTR- MctjtTAEEIl, 4f_A
Sixty dnys after dale I intend to applj��J
Hon. Die Ch > 1 Commiasioner of Landi 4
workf. Victoria, to purchase 820 acres oi\ttt_
Weat Koolenay, descrlbeil as follows. ^_
mcueiiiK at a post plauted about 8 unlrtl
Muaqiilto Creek from the mouth and mini
"A. O." N.W. eorner, thence souih 80 cha*
thenoe eait 40 chains, thence north M chslfl
tlience I . chaiua wcsl to place Ol heginniug.   I
February 16th, 1907. A. ��� -H��iuk|
 JL_K. Atwam.i. Agent,
Hlxly daya after da'e I Intend to apply Ui _
Hon 'he Chief Commlaaioner of Land! it
Worka, Victoria, to purchase 640 acrea of land.'
Weat Koolenay, describe J as folio-
mencing al a pott marked "D. B." N.K. rem'
and being al the N.W. corner of A. (.ratirt
application to purchaao which la about I _
up Mosquito creek from thu month and _\
ulug 80 ebalna south, thence NO chain! s*
ihence 80chains north, theoce 80 ehaiuseul'
plticc ot beginning,
February 18th, I WL D. BOItfl
 J. K. AHHBAU, Agenr_
Sixty daya afterdate I lntond to apply k\t
Honorable Ihe Chief CommlHiouer of Landii
Works, Victoria, to purebaae 80 acres of b
located on the west side ol Arrow lake and
dc-.riii.ei as follows: Commenciug at a p
marked P.A'iW.Jtoorner.andnlantedtfobi
north of the aouthweat coruerof Lot7KM,0m
1, Weat Koo'euay. aud running south iocbw
Ihenee wosl BO chalna, thence north 40 chain
tbenoe east 90 chains to place of beginning
March Ulb, 1907. ?'. AunabU*
.  J.K AJQfABU,Agen^J
Sixty iUyR alter dato I intend to apply 'olU
Honorable tho Chlel CommlMloner of i-m"'1*"
Worki [or permission to purchase the folloj��
described land in West Kootenay: Comiii',nf��i
at a poat about one and a quarter miles (l1.),1"!!
Hi *���     '    -" "  '
���mjniiiic Lit
. K. comer,
nit-iii ouu auo a quarter nun **-1' ��',,,.
Lending, and marlediBeUs "^JJJ
thenco north 2o chains, lbence
t��i|
20 chains, thence south *0 chains, tbence e��*l*|
ebalna to point of commencement.
March wild, i*%   reigned) Bnu biapi**'
RohErt !toitlK��0N, Agenr__,
BUty dayi after date I intend to apply'��'Ml
Honorable the chief Commissioner of I*?��,JK I
Worka for permission to purchaie the '"I'"" ���'���
deaeribed laud lu West Kootonay I CommenWJiI
ata post planted on tho north hank ofHl"n"1.L|
creek, about three quartera of a mile from ni(*'ll,r
of creek, and marked Kva Cull's 8. B. apmht
theuce north 90 chalna, theuce weal 400aw u
theoce touth 90 chains, theoce can 40 chain',u|
point of commencement, ���...
March ��nd, 1907- (Signed) Eva Ci'Lk
ItOHWHT Hoiiinson, Apm   ___
Sixty dnys after dato I intend to apply.'0'11] I
Hon tho Chief Commissioner of lan�� ���" I
Works for permllflOb to purchase the follow ��s
described laud in West Koolenay: QW"H���SI I
at a post plautetl on the nouth liatik titmm I
�� reek, about, ne mile from mouth o/crj**"* I
marked "It. Kobinson's N W. corner, �����"�� 1
south 80 chains, thonce east 40 chains. '" ' I
north 80 chains, thonce west 40 chains le P��1Illtf ���
' (Signed) lloewt ho*w<# Special for Camp and Hotel Use
Heavy Hams
LEAN     MILD    CURED
the Very Best of Canadian Goods
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
Nelaon, Kaslo, Rossland and Boundary.
TIMBER NOTICES.
notice that thirty days alter date I lull, , Hi'iilv io tin* Hon- Chief Commlaaioner of
la aud Worka al Victor!*, B, C, fornspeelnl
-cut and carrv away timber from the
ins described landa In A hia worth division:
Mi'ing at u p��al marked Chas. F. Wulm.*-*
thweat  post,  Ihenco   norlh HO chnlna,
<ast *> ilialus, thenee soutb Wobalns,
ait wu ibelni to polnl of commencemuiit,
Imul -being altuated on tbe east aide of
iTcck, ai***-..'  *'i nillea south of the Lar-
ited'kareh Utb, U<ff.___,
Chas. K Walubliy, Locator.
I'. Kiiirah, AgenL
lommenclng at a poat marked chas. 1"
h imrMiwcai poit, tbence south 80
eiire east ������" chains, theuce oorth 10
mce weat no cliaina to point ol com-
Jeinent, the snld land being situate on the
���lilt- of Caacade oreek. about ;-.' ���_, miles south
\u-nn "T,'r
e-| Mari*lil.'ili.l'J07.
Chas. K. Waijisi.iy, locator,
I'. SHRRAP, Agent.
im men'-lm:  at  a   post   marked Chas. F.
nicy's  soutnweil   post,  theoce south  HO
ihenee east w> chains, theuoe north m
thenca  ���.*.-      Ml chains   to polntof com-
Itnu-nt. il' -    - land  iM'lug situate on the
e of Cascade creaki about i1 -, miles south
��� an river
ed Mareh Uth, l*/7.
i iuh  K. Wai-MSLIy, Locator,
1* MiKKAN, Agent.
v ll hereby given  that thirty days after
nteti-l iimi;   ��� tothe lion, tbc Chief Cornier of   i ��������� and   Works,   at Victoria,
Ijk'cIhI llci'ii'" to eut mnl carry   away tlm-
fciu tin* following deacrlbed lands in West
lint), lhat is to say:   Commencing    at a
f plant fl 40 ' lialns eaat ol  the   northeast
lr oi block nit,   (post marked 812 K, S ,)
t running eaat thi cliaina, tlience south HO
i, theoce weat HO chains, tlience north DO
to   loi atlon   poat  No.   1, contalolng   640
ot land, nmre or less,
���ti'l al Trenton, B.C., this'.Und day of March,
1 AN ,im,
uro. HtrscRorr,
J. C. Rf-)IRRMKHl|riRM,
��� la bereby riven that uo daya after date I
n-i to apply to Ebe lion Chief i ommlaaioner
���au-la and Worka, at Victoria (or a IpOOta]
<'iit and carry away'tinl>��r Irom tbe
bvving deicrlbed Unda In Went Koolenay:
"mencing at a post nlanted on the eaat line
bt US, two milei aouth  of  tbe southern
���fndary of   mv   Timber License No. IU. thenre
chalna, north  m ehaiiia, weal 40 chnlna,
nli ft" chains, weat to chains, aouth ni cbaina,
140 Ohalni,  south HO chaiua to placeof com*
cement, eonlaliilng frig acres,  more or less.
��� rlimh.iwr. Y, Li'wn.
kttloe ia hereby given lhat ft) dars aller date
hi..*ml loapply to the Honorable tbe Cniel
���fciiil��*��ioncr ol Landa and Worka, Victoria, for
��� '.nl licence toeut aud carry  away timber
he following deacrlbed  pice- of land   In
l*i Kootenay district:   Commencing at a post
"ed ao chnlni from the eaat ano a ol upper
v Uke uml adjoining block MOD the nouth
marked   "Gnae.  hhi's" northwest  corner,
* iouth 80 eliains.  thence east Ho chains,
��� north no chains, thence weat no chalna to
l nf com meneement.
|at-<l the UL day of March, 1907.
Chad   Km.
itlee is hereby given that thirty days aftei
11 inu-iiil to make application to the Honor-
H hlel rommlssionerof Lauda and Worki al
ria. B,< ., lor a eiM*clai   license locut and
away timtier from the following desoribed
in Weit Kootenay district:
runenclog ��l a post planted about twomiles
la 'lUtrter up a southern trlbularv of the
V  clia*an   rive-,  on   the creek   commonly
fti as Bouldercreek, and ai|iiarterola mile
I ������� lurks, >tn<l   marked   A.  L   Htewarl's
|��e��i c<.rner i-o��t, theoce north 80 chains.
eeaat BU chaini   thence south So chains,
-f.-MiBOchslniU) pleoj oi commencement.
fed 1st day oi April. IM7.
A. L.Stkwart, Locntor.
���lie is hereby cbeo mat 80 daya alter dntel
���J to aj,piy U) the Honorable the Cuiet Com-
���oner of ut���ia ftluI Worka lor a special
|�� to nu *������] ,.MrPy hWhy ,|mber from ,he
���wlug described lands In Weal Koolenay dis.
omenctai ��i �� pnat planted nbout two and
arter uiJh- up a aouthern tributary of the
lr "M'H" r'ver. ou the creek commonly
f���( """'der ereek, and nbout nqunrter of
|t if "in tliehirks, and niarked A L Stewart's
^"i corner poit,  tbence iouth 180 chaina,
west_�� chaini, tnence north In attaine,
���(_'<i Ik! . ',"llI1��l(' plaoe ol eommeneement.
|W tbis lat dayof April, law.
ml^-- *��� L Stkwart, Locator.
fcStl"ht'^,,'r*lven thal 80 dnys nfter dnte 1
LY,! ai'Vly,,n ll|e Honorable the Chief Com-
���pioner o Lendi aud Worki for a special
I ,i, ��. ,'i .RI,"1 l'Hrr>' timber from lhe follow-
hCrV���1' iltnated in the valley ol
��� 't .. , r!'''k' '""'mencing tii miles north of
�����... �� i,,,t-'l,1Hl u"��n��lnry Hue, Joining the
llitr n.i,n1 ^"'i'l'""!   Hallway Company's
��� Ur��i, ),) thedllMotoi West Kootcn/y:
��� commenelni ��t n post planted at the
IShS*_!?���/ nf A" D- Chrltttifll pre-emption,
l?i Ki,, 5/?a.ni ��nth aloni tho east bound-
Iimi',, . lirlBttu'B pre-empiion, thonce eaat
Ii,; N,'ll,m Hml Kor' Hheppard survey
| ii nee north no chnlni. tbenco weat 100
I,l.,._"l,a'sol''h *0 chalna, thence east 40
'l'"imof emu ,,,.,,
cement.
���r-siid Slnreh Mrd, 1W7,        J. 1', BWXHBBRO.
��� ),", "'"mencing at a post planted at tbe
���iidnrv it n*. "' Ideation No. 1 on the east
���im L ir "V "fA��- Chrisile'a pre-emption,
llli in f i"'.'.'"'""""lUb along tho enst hound-
l_.��fi,iiL. . LranitOn'l preemption, thonce
lev n,r"^''^bu Nelson end Fori Hheppard
In;u. _',,,h''n',el6,)|',l't|llt|. north, thencu 40
1 point of commencement.
������� wuat t,
7'��ted Man't.'iSrd, Ittff.
J. I'.^WKiiiiRRn, Locator
BSlt tart.10'! tblrtydayenfter dnle I Intend
lhHlll \.."", In��- 'he Chief Commissioner ol
hats to .'! 'llt Vi��torla, R. c., for a special
Pwini' -i,. i."'1 parryawav timber from the
���miiien..., '' 'UU In weat Kooienav:
lhe in i K rtl ,l I'ost planted 90 chains west
"���a��t corner of Lot tii, and at the
"mer ���f   |((t  vm   thenco  cast  20
Hit
lMM March utl
nh 40 chnins, thenco east 40
""��� north 40 chains, thence ea��t 00
11 '���" "orth 40 chains, thenco west 120
lent       "outh 40 chains lo place ol com-
'���*���' contalnlni MO acres more or len.
I'ktrk I vnu,
I.ocalor
liendin.t^0*'! K'ven tnat m <**yn ftft" dale
Ef I hi i, PJll .? tlle "on. Chief Commlasion-
laniicaprf "orlf,) ',"' �� simjcIrI lleenie to
TriliHi I , i*wW timber Irom ihe following
Hpcr '.J lV.""���Hiiniodon the west side of Big
���w of th�� '! , f* ,,,"��m""icing nbout 4^ milea
J,'l " ie m.n U'ni?ti(,"i,1 '"""idary lino, and
W i' w_ 1 t\wT �� ��tg Sheep creek in the
Jo i   rn ""tenny:
p "'ll,- woiWlkln,_iw*t R P0Bt Panted ahout
"heaai ,.���-������ ,B1KBb��0P creek, inown as the
''"''' *H'K. S?1.1; cl"lm*n�� 8�� chaini south,
^wwSniSIjffi' ,h?^t!f, M Phaln�� "ortn,
Si,) 2- -JommanSfJ ' TO1 of commencement.
���tbeMuSSTO?! Il   R J��"t Plented nt the
n"" Wh-hnlnn SS ' ",I1n,minK ��� fhalne north,
l,,:��������'hnli?.J;a;V  ftW " ��l"��lnsaootb
0^^onm,.J^iJ*^lntolooaq��?��men^
'"'Wi'HteSer *A* RP�� VUnted at the
''^���aitcoK' ''^"""No'Aknownuslho
ino�� W  ���     iwPK:,,,1!.ln,1,I�� H"chKins north,
���boated April ffli, 1M7 commencement:
K ,'pJirb,2?'",>BK��0�� f-o����lor,
���a. r, bNORUKiiH, Agent.
Take notice lhat 30 daya after date I intend to
apply tothe Hon the ChM Commlsiioner of
Undsand Wurk��, Vietoria, for a special licence
to out and carry away Umber from the lollowlng
dcaor.hed laud, !n West Koot. nay: Coinmcuclng
at a pont planted at Kokanee Hiding, on Hand
Point, on iouth side West Arm of Kootenay
river about is mllei east of Nelson, B C, marked
"C. �� Walmsley's N.K. corner post," theuce HO
chains ^outh, tbenee 80 chains west, thence 80
ebalns north, theno B0 chains to point of commencement, containing Mo acres, more or less.
Located March lflth, IW7.
Chai. F. WAi.nai.iY,
1*. Hhrhak, Agent.
Take notice lhat I intend thirtydays after date
to apply n ihe Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
I .audi and Works for a ipeclal licenae to cut and
tarry away timber from tbe lollowlng described
landa. sltualed eaat of Dog creek, lu lhe diitrict
of w eat Kootenay : Commencing at n poat marked "Thu Bouudary LumberCompany'anoribwi-st
corner poet" planted about a mile east of the
Columbia andWesteru railroad,and about three
miles south of the Big Tunnel, ihenoe 40 chalna
iouth, thenee 60 cbains east, thenee 40 chaini
south, thenoe 100 chalna eaat, thenee 40 chains
north, thence 80 chains west, thence 40 chains
north, thence 80 chnins west to polntof commencement.
Dated tth March, 1907. J OmiLLB,
Agent for The Boundary Lumber Co.
late notice thnt 1 Intend thirty dayi nfter date
toapply to the Hon the Chlof Commlisioner of
I-anda and Works Ior n speelnl license lo cut nnd
'���arry awav limber from the following described
laoda, alius Ud on Dog creek, in West Koolenay
dlitrlet: Commencing at a post planted on the
��;a��t s) It* of the Columbia and Western railroad,
uo or about ten chains east, and marked "The
Boundary Lumber company's poit," an* about
a mile and a half aonth of the Big Tunnel, the
turlhweit corner, thenee running south 180
ctnlm, theuce eaat 40 chains, thence north IflO
chalna, theoce west 40 ehalni to placeof commencement.
Dated March 4tb,lW7. J (>knillr.
Take ootlce that I intend, thirtr dayi after
date, to nnply to the Hon the Cblef Commlaaioner of Lauds nod Works for n special license to cut
and carry awny timber fiom the following deacrlbed lands, situated on Handy creek, In West
Kooteuay district: Commenolng at a post planted on the weat aide of Handy creek and called
J. P.H'i aouthwest corner post, thence running
eait << chains, theuee norih 40 chains, thenee
west 40 chalus, tbence north no ehalna, theoce
west 40 chains, tbenee soulb UD chaini to plaee
of eomtneucemcul.
Dated thtavtb day of March, 1907.
J. P. BwRRnBRto, Locator.
Notice la hereby given tliat X dayi atler date J
intend to applv to the Honorable the Cblef Commissioner oi lAQds and Works for a special
license toeut nud i arry nway timber from the
followlun described landa situated on the weit
side of Big Hbeep Creek Valley: Commencing
ahout three and a half miles north of the international bouudary line and about one and a
half milea weit of tbe Nelson and Fort Hheppard
Hallway company'a lnnd grant lo the dlitrlot ol
Weil Kootenay:
No. ' ���Commencing nt a post planted two
miles weat of Big Hbeep ereek, known ae the
aoulhweit corner post, joining J. R. Cranston'���
timber claim No. 1, claiming no chains north,
tbeuce Ih) chalm eait, theoce 80 chnlni south,
tnence HO ehalni west io polntof commencement.
Located March 21st, 190*7,
No 'J Commencing nt n poat planted nt the
aouthweat corner of location So. 1, known ai the
northwest corner poatof location No. '2, claiming
80 chains iouth, thence BO chnlni eait. then e80
chains north, thence 80 chaloi west to point of
commencement.
Located March 21st, 1907.
No. 3���Commencing at a post placed balf a
mile west of location No 2, known as thc southeast corner, claiming W chaina north, tbence 80
cbaina weit, Ihence 80 chatna south, lbence 80
cbalni eait to polut of commencement,
No. 4 ���Commencing nt n post planted at the
southeast corner of location No. 3, known aa the
norlheast corner, claiming 100 obalns south,
thence to chains west, thence -60 chnlna north,
tf.euce40cbains east to polntof eommeneement.
Lonud March 21it, 1907.
J. P. HwiintKRO, Locator.
K. T. Enoilikjbk, Agent.
Notice is hereby given that an daya rrom date
llntend toanplv to theHon Chief Commissioner
of Lands ana Works for a ipeclal liceuie to out
and carry *way timber from the following described land* In West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted on the north
bank of 10 Mile creek, about one mile and a half
from Hloean lake, marked K Btrnud'i northwest
corner post, thenee eail 160 cbalm. thenee iouth
4d ohaini, lbence west 160 ehalna, thence north
40 ehaim to point ol commencement.
Dated thla 21it day of March, 1907.
K. htrakd, Locator.
Notice li bereby given tbat 30 dayi alter date 1
Intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Commlaaioner of Landi nnd Worki, Victoria, for a
���pcolal lleenie to cut aod ca-ry away timber
from the following deacrlbed land In Weit Kootenay:
Commencing at n poat plnnted about eight
miles from the mouth of Goat creek, nnd where
It (lows iuto the sloean river nnd nbout six
cbains from the creek upon the south bank, and
joining C. B. Illltle's location on the west line
and marked F. Batlc'l aoutheast eorner poit,
thenee weat 160 chains, tbonce north 40 chains,
tbence east I0o chains, thence south 40 cbalni to
polut of eommeneement.
Located March -.'Mil, 1907.
Jrfp. Raty, Locator.
per C  B. Hittlr, Agent.
Notice la hereby givon thai 30 dava alter date 1
Intend to spply lo tbe Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Landl and Works, Victoria, for a
special lleenae to'tit and carry away limber from
lhe followlug described land In Wost Kooteuny:
Commencing at a poal planted about six miles
from the mouth of Uoat creek aud where it (lows
Into Hloean river, and ftbOttt 16 chaina from the
creek, upon the south bank and marKM C B.
Hlttle's southeast corner post, thonce west 160
chains, thence uorth 40 chains, thenee eaat 160
chains, thence south 40 ehaim to point of com
meuceiuout.
Dated March >tli, lis��7.
C. B. HirtUt, Locator.
-r-
Notlcola hereby given that thirty days after
dato I lulend to apply to the Hon tho thief
Commlaiiouer of Unds and Works, at \ ictoria,
for n special Hconse to cut aud enrry awny timber
irom tho following deserlbod lands lu west
Kooteuny, that is to say: ��� ommenclng at
Huserofta nnd Bchermoruorn's post No *,
running thenee ensl 80 chnins, Ihenee aouth 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north U
chnins lo point of commencement post No. 3,
contalolng 640 acrea of land, more or lens.
Dnted nt Creston, B.C, this find day of Marcb,
A.D., 1907.
Gro. Hi'scnorr,
J. C. BCHR'MRHHORN.	
Notice Is horoby givon tbat thirty days niter
date I Intend to apply totho Hen, the Chief ( ommlssloner of Lands and Works, at Victoria,
for a speohtl license toeut and carry away timber
from the following describe' lauds in Weil
Kootonay, lhat li to sny: Commenolng at n
p-dnt 80 ehalns east ofthe northwest sorneroi
Huscroftnnd Schormerhorn's poll No. 1, running south 40 chnius to post No a, thence
enslHO ehaim, theuco north W eliains, tbence
west 80 chalne, thence winb��> chnins to nlHce of
commencement poit No. 3, containing 840 acres,
more or loss. , ���     .
Datod at Creiton, B.C., this and day of Mnrch,
A,D"ltW7 GiO   RUBCROFT,
J, 0   t:0HIR��aRHORN.
LEFT GERMANS TO LEAD
Britain   Represented   Only   Unofficially
at Carnegie Dedication In
Pittaburg.
Loudon, April 27.���In view of de-
Bpatchea published here during the Inauguration of the Carnegie Institute at
Plttlburg, and generally credited to
Moberly Bell, of the London Times, in
which tho British government waa
criticised for not being officially repre-
���anted at fhe ceremony, und leaving
Germany to monopolize the most prominent position uniting thu foreign representatives, Foreign Secretary Grey
was questioned in the House of Commons this afternoon regarding the reason for this omission. Financial Secretary io lho Treasury Runclinun, on behalf of Sir Edward Grey, said lhat tho
Invitation of the Pittsburg ceremonies
had no official character. They were issued to the heads of foreign mtB&iona
only, and Ambassador Bryce, who had
then only jnst returned from Canada,
had important business to transact at
Washington, making it Impossible for
him.to absent himself, especially as he
had to attend the national arbitration
and peace conference at New York the
Notice is hereby given tbnt 30 dnyi after date I
intend to appl; to the Hon. the Chief (,'ommia*
���loner of Landl and Worki, nt Victoria, for a.
special license to out nnd carry a*ay timber
from the following described lands in Yale district:
No. 1.���Commencing at a post planted nbout 10
chains cast of main Kettle river nud about one
mile more or lesa norlh of C. p K. Block No.
36OT, and marked Boundary Lumber Co'i S, H.
corner poit No. 1, thence to ohaini nnrth, thence
80 chains wesi, thenee 88 chains south, tbenoe 80
chalnn cast to the point of commencement.
Dated Manh 22nd, 1907
No. 2. 'ornini-iiriiig at a post planted nbout 10
chains east of main Kettle river nbout 80 chnins
nortb of Boundnry Lumber Co'a Location No. 1,
nnd manted Boundnry Lumber Co'i 8. K, eorner
post No. 2, theuce 80 chnins nortb, thence 80
chnins wett, thence 80 chains south, thence 80
chnlni eut to the point of commencement.
Dnted 22ne Mnrch, 1007.
No. 3.���Commencing nt a post plnnted about 80
chains east of main Kettle riverand about 80
ehnins north of Boundnry Lumber Co's locntion
post No 2, nnd markm! Boundnry Lumber Co'i
S. E. eorner poit No. :t, thence 80 chnins north,
thenee M chains wi-M, thenoe 80 ohalns iouth,
thence 8u chains ensl to tbe point of oommencement.
Dated March 22ud. 1907.
No. 4.���Commencing nt n post plnnted nbout
10 chnlni enst of the main Kettle river and nbout
W chains north of Boundnry Lumber Co'i locntion poat No. 8, and marked Boundnry Lumber
Co'i 8. K. corner poit No 4, tbence 80 ebnini
north, tbence B0 chnlni weit, thence 80 ebnini
south, tbence 80 ohnlnn eait to tbe point of commencement.
Dnted March 22nd, 1907.
No fi.-Commencing nt a poit plnnted nbout
1& ehnins enst of tanln Kettle river nnd nbout
twp miles north, more or let*, of Boundnry Lumber o'a Locntion No. 4, and urn rked Boundnry
Lumber Co's 8 K. corner poit No b, thence 80
ehnins north, thence 80 chnins west, theuce 80
chnins south, ihenoe 80 chnlni eait to the point
of commencement.
Dnted March X8rd, 1907.
No. 0.���Commenelni nt n post plnnted nbont26
cbains east of main Kettle river on C P. It. Une
bloc a No. 2714, and about 80 chains north ol
Boundnry Lumber Co'i locntion poit No. 6, nnd
marked Boundary Lumber Co's 8. F\ comer post
No. 6, thence 80 ehnins north, following C. P ft.
line block No 2714, thence HOchnins west, thence
80 chnlni iouth. theuce 80 chnlni eait to tbe
point of commencement.
Dated March t&rd, 1907.
No. 7.���Commencing nt n post plnnted nbout
lb ehnins west of the main Kettle river on C P.K.
line bl ck No. 2714, and nbout 80 chnlni nortb of
Boundary l umber Co'i locntion post vo. 6, nnd
mmked Bnundnry Lumber Co'i 8 K corner p st
No. 7, theneo 160 chnins no-tb, following C. P, R.
linn block No. 2714, thence 40chnlna west, tbence
160 cbalni iouth, thence 40 cbalm enit to tbe
polntof commencement.
Dated Mareh Ktrd. 19U7.
No. 8 ���Commencing nt n post plnnted about
20 chnins west from river banc and about 8 miles
nouth, more er less of the last enst brnoch of the
ennt fork of the main Kettle river or about 18
mi cu north, more or lesi, of C, P. R. Block No.
2714, on east fork of Kettle river, marked Boundary Lumber Co's N. W, corner pont No 8, thence
80cbains east, thenee 80 ehnins south, tbence �����'
ehains w<>st, tb-nee 80 chains non.h to the point
of commencement.
Dated Mireb i'.lh, 1907.
No. 9.���Commeneing at a poat planted nbout
20 chains west from river brnnk, on tbe enst fork
of Kettle river, and nbout tttl cLialni south of
Boundnry Lumber Co's location poit No 8, nnd
marked Boundary lumber Co'i N. W. corner
post No 9, thenee SO chnlnienat.tlieuc SOchnlnn
south, thenee 80 chnins weat, th ence 80 chnlni
north to the point of commence ra ent.
Dnted Mnrch 26th, 1907.
No. to ��� Commenolng nt n pout plnnted about
20(4iaiiii west from river bank on the east fork
of Kettle river, nnd nbout ft) chnins south of
Houndary Lumber Co'i location post No 9, nnd
marked Boundary Lumber Co's N. W. corner
post No. 10, thence HO chnins enat, tbence 80
chain* south, tbenoe 80 chnlni west, thence 10
chnius north tothe point of commencement.
Dated Mareh 28th, 1907.
Nn. II.- -Commencing nt n post plnnted nbout
IS chains west from river bnnk on tbe enit fork
of Kettle river, and about 80 cbains iouth of
Boundarv Lumber Co'i location poet No. 10, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co'i .N.W corner poit
No 11, thenoe 80 chnlna enit, thence 80 chnins
nouth, tnence 88 chaina west, thenoe 80 chnlni
north to the point of commencement.
Dnted March 25th, 1907.
No. 12.���Commenolng nt n poit plnnted nbout 13
chains west from river bank an tbe enit I >rk of
Ke tie rlTor, nnd about 80 chnlni nouth of
Boundnry Lnmber Co'i locntion post No. 11, aud
marked Boundnry Lumber Co'i N. W. corner
po<t No. 12, tbonce 80 chnins east, thence 80
cbalni smith, tbence 80 chai us west, thence 80
north to the point of comment* ement.
Dnted Mnrch *6th, 1907.
No. 18.���Commencing nt n post planted nbout
12 chnlna west from river bank on tbe enit fork
of Kettle river, nnd nltout 8) chnlni south of
Boundnry Lumber C-o'a location poit No. 12, nnd
mnrked Boundnry l/amb-r Co'i N W. corner
P *#t No. 18, tbenoe BO chnins enat, tbenee 80
chnins iouth, thonco 80 ohelni west, tbence 80
ehalni nortb to the point of oommencement.
Dated Mnrch 25tVi, 1907.
No. 14,���Commencing at a post planted about
10 cbalni w* at from river bnnk on tbe enat fork
of Kettle river, nud about 80 chains south of
Boundary Lumber Co'a loontlon post No- IS, nnd
marked Boundary LumberCo's N W, oorner post
No. 14, thonce 80 chains ensl, lbence 80 chalnn
south, thence HO chains west, thence 80 chnlni
north to tho point of com meneement.
Dated March Uth, 1907.
No, 1IV.���Commencing at a poll plnnted about
10 chnins west irom river bank on the enst fork
of Kettle river, ftnd nbout 80 chains aouth of
Boundnry Lumber Co'a poit No 14, nnd marked
Boundary Lumber Co's N ��� W. corner post No. 15,
thenoe 80 chains enst, t'hence 8n chatm iouth,
thence 80 ehalni west, thetnee 80 chains north to
point of commencement.
Dntod March 25th, 1907.
No, 16.���Commenolng nt a post planted about
H ohalna wost from river bank on the enst tork of
Kettle rlvor, and about 80 chains south of
Bouudary Lumber Co's location post *'o. 15, and
marked Boundary I umburCo'a N. W, coruerpost
No 16, thenee 80 chains enit, thence 80 chnlni
iouth, theneo ������� chnins weit. theuce 80 chnlni
north to tbe point of eommenoement.
Dnted March Mth, 1907.
No. 17.���Commenolng ntapnit plnnted about
5 chalnn west from river bnnk ou the enat fork
of Kettle river, nnd nbout 80 chains south of
Boundary Lumber Co'i location poit No. 16, end
marked Boundary Lumber Co's N W. corner
post No 17, tbence 80 chnius enit, thenco 80
ehalns south, tbeuce so ohnlns west, thence 80
ehnins nortii lo tbc point of commencement.
Dated -March _,.th, 1907.
No. 18.���Commencing nt n post planted nbout
fi chains we-i of the river bnnk on the east lork
of Kettlo Klver and nbout 80 chains south of
following woek.
Continuing, Mr. Runcltnan pointed
out that neither tbe German, Austrian-
Hungarian, French, nor Russian embassies were represented at Pittsburg. Oxford and Cambridge universities were
represented, and Mr. Runciman thought
that the presence of representatives of
tlie leading educational Institutions of
this country was the most suitable and
most convenient form of representation on such an occasion.
Pittsburg, April 27.���Upon reading of
the incident ln the House of Commons
and Lords relative to the non-official
character of the foreign guests at the
dedication of the Carnegie Institute ln
thiB city on April 11, 12, and 13, Samuel
Harding Church, secretary of the board
of trustees of the institute, gave to the
Associated Press tonight a statement in
which he says: "I have just been Informed that a question was raised In
the House of Lords and Mouse of Commons today in regard to the non-ofllcial
character of tho Hritish group of guests
attending the dedication of the Carnegie Institute at Pittsburg. I waa very
careful to have this question brought
before the King of Great Britain and
his ministers, and also before the president of Prance.
"His Majesty King Edward VII notified me in a most gracious and considerate way that he did not think It entirely within the limit of official procedure to take an active participation In
the dedication, while the president of
France, probably for the aame reason,
wrote merely a formal letter of congratulation which waa signed by his
private secretary. The German Emperor exhibited the liveliest possible interest in the dedication, and with one exception the guests In attendance from
Germany were chosen directly by the
Emperor. However, tbe character of
guesta from Great Britain and France
was of the highest standard represented
by our civilisation, as waa that of Germany also."
WILL WELCOME KUROKI.
Japanese of Victoria Prepare Elaborate
Reception for General.
Victoria, April 27.���At a meeting of
Japanese residents of the city it waa decided to welcome General Kurokl, the
hero of the Vain, and hla staff, when
they arrive here on May lat, on their
way to the Jamestown Exposition. The
Japanese have decided to engage the
Filth Regiment band, which will be stationed on the ocean dock when the
Nippon Yusen Kaiaha liner Akl Maru is
km her way into port from Yokohama.
The Aki Maru ls due on Wednesday of
next week.
The band will probably play the
Jnpanese national anthem, the "Klral
ga yo," if the music can be secured. On
the occasion of tbe wedding of the
crown prince of Japan aome years ago
an entertainment was held tn the
A. O. U. W. Hall, on which occasion
Bandmaster Finn, then leading the regiment band, secured the music.
On arrival of the steamer the Japanese will invite the general and his
party to drive through the city and
suburbs. Consul Mamikawa and other
prominent Japanese from Vancouver
and Seattle are expected to meet the
party here.
Under instructions from Washington,
Lieut. Gen. MacArthur, the highest
ranking officer of the United States
army, who Is now in command of the
Pacific division, will arrive in Seattle
with hia staff to receive Gen. Kurokl.
Lieut. Gen. Klgosbi and the 12 other
officers of the Japanese army accompanying them. Gen. MacArthur will escort them to Washington, and from
there to the Jamestown Exposition.
General Kurokl, who is a mild-mannered, unassuming soldier. 63 years of
age, born of Samurai ancestors, in
southern Japan, won enviable distinction during the war between China and
Japan in 1895, at which time he commanded the Kumamoto division of the
army. It was under his command that
Welhaiwel was captured. When the war
between Russia and Japan broke out,
Gen. Kurokl was appointed commander
of the first army, and the series of successes which followed his defeat of the
Russians tn the battle of the Yalu are
familiar history.���Colonist.	
Uouiiilary Lumber Co'a lounttou post No. 17
and marked Boundarr umber CO'l N.W. corner
post No. ix, thonoe SO chains east, thenco 80
bains houth, theneo 80 ohnlns west, theuce 80
ohalns uorih to tbe point ot commencement
Dnted March 25lh, 1W7. J. <1KNKI,LR,
Agent for Uorandery Lumber Co.
(Timber Limit No. 2.)
Hottce li hereby sl���n ' bnt 80 dnys nfter Ante I
Intend to npply to the Honornble the Chief Com-
missioner of Lnnds nnd Worka for n speelnl
license to ��� ut nnd enrry awny timber from tha
following described land, situated on Koosknnnx
ereek, in West KootennT district:
Commenelni at a poit planted at the northweat eorner of Timber Limit No 10247, nnd mnrked H D. Lea's son thweat eorner post, tbence
north 80 chaina, thence enst 80 chnins, thence
soutb 80 chnins, tnence west 80 chnins to polntof
(Timber Notice No. 8)
Commeeclni nt a post planted nt the southeast
ciunerof No, 2 limit, nnd at the northwest corner
of timber license No. 10246, tbence nortb IW
ohnlns. thence eant 40 chains to west line of
tlMber license No 10245, following line of No.
102 lfi nnd 10214, 160 chnlni. thence following lino
of t Imber license No. 10246 40 chnlna to point of
comimeacement. _       _ _ .
Lo cated Mareh 28, lttfT.      H. D. Ln, Locator.
(limber Notice No. 4.)
Not *w ls hereby given tbnt 60 dnyt nfter date I
Inton t to npplv to lhe Hon. ('hlel Commlisioner
of Lai tdn nod w0rks for n special lioenie to cut
nnd f.txi-y nwnr tlmher from the followlna descrlbea* lands, situated on Koosknnnx creek lu
Woat KVotona) district, nnd nbout Ave miles
from V pper Arrow Inke:      ��� 1
Comn uvtflM at a poat p'noted on the north
lideof tireehr ��nd nbout half ti mile (rom creek,
nnd mnxked H. D. Lea'a southeast corner post,
tbeuce nortb SO chaini. thenco west 80 chains,
thenco nouth fio chains, thence east 80 chnins to
point of eommrtaeement
Locnte<aXnrrb3l,l907.      H D Ua. Locator.
(Timber Notice No. 5.1
Comraecaalng st a poit marked II. D. Lea'i
ntHilhweaiJ corner post, thence north 80 ohaini,
following the east lino of No 4 loontlon, thenoe
enat S'icnaliis, thence soutb BO chain", tbence
weat 80 chUna to point of commencement.
Lojatod March 81,1807.      U. it Lex, Locntor.
(Timher Limit No. ft.)
Notice is .hereby given tbnt sixty dan after
a-nte I intend to npply to the Honorable tha
Chief Commissioner of Lnnds nnd Worki for a
neclnl Uoenae to cut nnd  enrry nwny timber
Irom the tallowing desoribed land, situated nbout
t is miles Irom the Upper Arrow inke on Kooe-
1 ;anax week, in West Kootenav dlsrlct:
-Contme-aeingat n post plnnted nnd mnrked II.
f K Lea's northwest corner poet, tbenoe east 80
e fcains, t ence south 80 cliaina. thence weit 80
t tialBs, thence north 80 chains to polntof com-
i iMtcMnent.
Located Much Sl, 1807.     H. D. Laa, Locator,
(Timber Limit No. 7)
Commencing at a post plnnted nnd marted II.
W i. lea's north* a-1 corner post, theoce aouth 80
e halus following the west line of Na,6 limit,
t hence we*t so chains, thenoe north 80 chnins,
1 tnace east to obelus to point of oommenoement.
torated Match 81,1807.     H. D. Lea, Locator,
ID* Strathcona
Nelson, B.O.
Reg. Geo. Webb, Prop.
The Leading Hotel in the
Kootenays.
Oood   Sample    Roonu,
Queen's Hotel
takat Mmt, IUImd. B.O.
Lighted by Kleotrioity end
Bee-ted by Hot Air
HAT Bl n TIB DAT
Lent, tDd Comfortable Btdroomi Md Flr-ft>
ulM, DtLlis, Room.  Uunple Boom, for Comm,,.
���il.l  Um,
UM. B. O.CLABKB, Proprtsjtrw.
Grand Central Hotel
Tola hotel has been completely renovnted and
newly furnished with all modern equipments.
Hot water beating throughout.
BATES : Booms, 60c, upwards ; meala 26c. ;
special rates by the week.
I* A. ERI0K8ON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court Rome
and Poitofflce. Nelson, B. C.
Tremont House
Bnropean and American Plan
Meali S eta.  Booma from M eta. to IL
Only White Help Employed.
HALONB A TBBGILLUS
Baker Bt., Nelaon Proprlatort
Bartlett   Hotise
/ OBO. W. BAKTLBTT.
froprtetor.
Bat DoO-u-a-Dar Hoax te Nelson.
Tie Ier Ii the natrt.
White Belp Only BaplorM.
JsNtphlns, Bt
Royal Hotel
���B8. WILLIAM BOBBBTS,
Retea II and 11.60 a Dey.
Special Betee to Begnlar Boerd-an.
Athabasca
Saloon..
CORNER
BACK AND
I00TENAY
STREETS.
Holt comforttble quartan tn Nelion
On); tbc bes,i of Liquors, and U-far,.
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN   IVCNB        JNO,  PHILBERT
Ae McDonald &G)e
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealera in staple and fancy Groceries
Butter, Eggs.
Oamp ud Hinen' Supplies.
Examination for Assay ers for Licence to
Practice in British Colombia.
An Ki ami nation for Assayers will be held In
Victoria on tbe 27th Msj end following days.
Intranee for any examination must be made
ln writing to thi Secretary of tbe Board of Examiners, at least ten days before tho date set lor
beginning of examination, and must be accompanied by the prescribed fee ($15)
Any additional Information desired may be
obtained from Herbert Carmlcbael, .secretary,
board of examiners, Victoria
IUCHARD MCBRIDE,
Minister of Mines.
Department of Mines,
Victoria, B. ���., 16th April, 1��07.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the Wattsbnrg
Lumber compuny nas applied to His Honor the
Lieutenant Governor In council, under the provisions of the "Kiversand Streams Act," for the
right to Improve Rykerts creek In tho district of
West Kootenay, British Columbia, by removing
the obstructions therefrom and straightonlng
the bantu thereof, and to construct dams, booms,
slides and chutes, and make^ucb other Improvement* ai may be necessary for the driving and
rafting of loes and tbc 11 liming of timber thereon
Tbe lands to be affected are govermen t lands and
Lou !2M and 252, Oroup 1, uooteuay district, and
the tolls that are propoaed to be charged, lf any,
are such u may be fl rod by a Judge of thi*- county
court of West Kootenay.
Dated this 77th day of March, A, D. 1907.
WATTBBITRG LUMBKR CO.
BACK TO NELSON
I have Just returned to Nelson and
have opened up at the same old stand,
and now ready to. do all kinds of
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING AND
KALSOMININO. Shop rear of Bartlett
House.
,   W. J. MURPHY.
^ma^ma
ON KOOTENAY OUTLET
RIVER FRONT PROPERTIES
FOR SALE
Two of the Best Improved Ranches
Witb bearing orchards and running water on eaoh property.    Theae
ties can be pm-chased on reasonable terms if sold at once.
T. G. PROCTER
THE OLDWT REAL E8TATS DEALER IN NELUON.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Acms
ofthe
Choicest Frett Lands in
nrittin Cofcwnwa.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,    -    Nelson, B. C.
FOR
QUICK
SALE
40 Acres FtMt-cUss Frott
Land on Kootenay Lake I
Within i/a mil* of Earl Grey's Ranch.
V* mils lake frontage. Free from rock.
Plenty water.   $3S per acre, on terms.
STUBBS & PITTS
FRUIT LANDS
RIAL ESTATE
Certificate of the Registration of An
Extra-Provincial Company.
"CompanlM Act, 1197."
I HEhEBY CERTIFY that tha "Krao Ulvar
Lead MtAlDf Company, Limited," hu this day
been registered as an Kxtrt-Provincial Compeny
under the "Compeiles'i act, IN?," to eatry oat
ur effect aU or auy ol the objects 01 tha compiny
to wblch the legislative authority of the Legislature 01 i-ritlsh Colombia extends.
The head ofllce of the oompany is sltnate at
Phoenix, Territory of Arlsona, U. 8. A.
Tbe amonnt of the capital of the oompany Is
three million dollars, divided into alx hundred
thousand shares of five dollars eaeh.
Tbe bead office of the company ln this province
Is situate at Kaslo, and W. E. Zwlcky, mining
engineer, whose address la Kaalo, B* C, is the af
toruey lor the company.
Tbe time of tbe existence of the company ts
twenty-Ave years from the eighteenth day of
October, 1906.
t he company la limited.
Given nnder my hand and seal of ofllce, Vietoria, Provlnoe of British Columbia, this -Und
dayof March, one thousand nine hundred and
seven.
[L.s.1 8. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The purposes for which this corporation Is
fnrmed are to buy, hold, !eaie, aell, work, ex*
plore, develop ana operate mines and mining
claims, and all kinds of mining property; to lo*
cate and procure patents for mining claims; to
buy, erect, construct, or otherwise acquire ami
sell mills, amelters, concentrators or other reduction plants, and to run and operate the lama
in the reduction of all kinds of ore, and the extraction of mineral therefrom; to acquire in any
manner all kinds of real estate nectteary for the
economical and expeditions operation of lta mis*
lug and imeltlnt and reduction buaineaa, and
other business incident thereto; to buy ana aell
and otherwise acquire and dispose of any and
all kinds of personal property, machinery, tools
and merchandise, for tha convenient and practical operation of lta business in any branch
thereof, and to tbat end to establish and conduct
stores and merchandising establishments, Ior the
purehaae and sale ol all kinds of voods and merchandise; to acquire In any lawful manner tale*
phone and telegraph lines and rights of way; to
operate and conduct snch lines to any manner
necessary or convenient for the operation ol lta
mining and smelting and reduction buaineaa or
any branch incident thereto; to build, construct,
equip, operate and conduct railway aad tram
lines wherever necesaary anl convenient, to the
proper operation of lis said lines of business; to
bay aud sell or otherwise acquire and dispose of
tha atock of other corporations which may in Its
Judgment contribute to the snecess of Its operations, or which ln Its Judgment may be for tha
benefit of its stockholder, to acquire in any
manner and to dispose of water rights, ditches,
flumes, pipe lines or other aqueducts, which
may be necessary or convenient for supplying
water to tbe various plants of the oompany, ana
to acquire In any manner and to establish and
operate plants and lines for operating, heating
or lighting tbe property or planta of the company, and to acquire in any lawful manner, and
to dispose of townsltes, or any portion thereof,
and to hold, operate, sell, and dispose of water,
light and beat for the purpose of lighting, heat*
log or furnishing water to uld townsite or
townsltes, nnd each and every portion thereof,
and generally to do aay and all things and to acquire and hold and dispone of ali klods of property, and to manage, operate and conduct any
and all kinds of plants nud business which in ths
opinion of the director* and stockholders may
be necessary ior tbe convenience and successful
operation of Its business as a mining and smelt
ing and reduction company.
NOTICE
In the matter of an application for the Issue of
ii duplicate of the Certificate olTltleof Lots8 and
4, Block 23, Lot s, Block 39 and Lot 12, Block SO,
Nelson City (Maps 266 and 2S6A )
Notice ls hereby given that It Is my Intention
to issue a duplicate of tlie Certificate ol Title for
the above lots at tha expiration of one month attar
the flrst publication hereof in the name of Frans
Jaeoby and hmll Pohll which Certificate of Title
ls dated tbe 4th day of Jtmunry, 1-J07, and numb*
ered 4207 A.
H. F, MacLEOD,
District Begistrar.
Land Registry Offlce, Nelson, B.C
4th, April, 1907.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAIL.WAY
Reduced Rates
Atlantic Seaboard
TO
Kootenay Points
Effective for Trana-Atlanlle paaaan-
ger, arriving on or aubaequent to April
26th.
COLONIST RATES
from polnta In Ontario, Quebec, Maritime province,, St. Paul, Chicago, and
United Statea.
ON  SALE  DAILY TILL 30th  APRIL.
Send Foe Yoer Friends
WHILE THE RATES ARE LOW.
Full particulars   on    application to
local agent or write
K. J. OOTLK, J. S. OABTKB,
a.Q.P.A..Vu-M>nT��r. D. P. A., Nelwn
w. a. aiM-ETT
Goi-itr-autor and
Build*,-.
Bole agent tor the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd..
retell yerdi. Rough end dre-md lumber, turned
work end brecketi, Coeat letb and ihlnglee, leah
end doore. Cement, brick end lime Air aisle.
Automatic grinder.
Yerd end lector-f: Vernon Bt.. eeat ol Hall
NBL80N, B. 6.
P. O. Box m. Telephone 111
F.CCUER      F.r.BUKDEH       A.H.6MHI
GREER BROTHERS AHD BURDEN
(M EngtattT-f, Dominion and British
Colombia Und Snrrcron
COR.TWMaA k lOOTH-UY STS.. NHJOH, B. C
r.0.Bez!45   rkewMIB.
NOTICE.
In the matter ol an application lor tbe luue of
a duplicate ol the Cortlflcate of Title ior an un-
dlfidpd H of lot 4S33, group t, In lhe district of
Koolenay (except part 12, tf aeres thereof.)
Notiw is hereby Kiven tbat lt la my Intention
to issue at tha expiration of one month after tha
flrat publlcatlor net eul a duplicate of thi- Certtfl ���
rate of Title (or the above mentioned lands, in
tha name oi Malcolm Mccormick, wblch Cortlflcate la dated the l'Jrh September, IWI, and miu-
bered7MA.
UBd��*!.try Offlea. fff.jAJMlM.
Dlstrlol flatiatrar If
i   :'
The Daily Canadian
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SRING IS HERE
SUGGESTING !
HOUSECLEAMNG
|Our Stock is Complete;
SOAPS. SOAP POWDERS,
AMMONIA, LYE, Etc.
. Here are two Soap Specials: *
tit lib.  BARS   HOMESTEAD  $4.5C *
\ti BARS GOLDEN WEST for $275 \
,  e
JBellTradingCoJ
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EASTER GOODS
Ornamented Chocolate Eggs.
Blue Bird  Eggs.    Cuckoo  Eggs.
Robins'  Egge.   Stuffed   Ducks   and
Chicks all elzes.
Make  your selections while the  stock
Is complete.
S.   H.   SEANEY
Phone 206.
We have ACRE LOTS for sale In LOT
97, adjoining
.. Hume Addition..
MEETI.\'G8
So-cttalftat   t*t-**ty meets exert  Fr div
i-v mini at s ii nt.. In trie Miners' I'nion Half
All are itivittl; anv one allowed to ;akc part in
the ilebates.   T. Aui (In. secretary.
Got** Vernon and Word  Streets,
NBLSON.   H. O.
J. FKED HUME, Proprietor.
C. H.  Williams, P. A. South, Kaslo;
P. Mathews, Phienix; W. J. Twins and
wife, J, \V. CoHls. J. Gordon. Vancouver; A. H. Tuttle, P. G- .Money, Ymir;
G. H. Cook, E. A. Smiley, Minneapolis;
L. Vanberat Montreal; W. H. Breasdell.
Toronto; W. H. Brandon, Silverton; J.
H. Cameron. Edmonton; A. G. Creel-
man. Grand Forks.
Alao very good ACRE and TOWN LOTS
in   Hume  addition.
Now  Is thc  Time to Bay.
H. L Croadsdaile & <��
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
iAMUE-L A. WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
All Kinds of Heating Plants In Stock.
SANITARY PLUMBING.
Victoria 8t., Nr. Opera House.     Tel. 181.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofiug Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders trill Und it to thou* atl-
vantage to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
F. H. Smith, Toronto; J. II. Coffey,
Winnipeg; P. C. Gamble. Victoria; E. A.
Sts-e, Miss Maud \V. Sloe, Chicago: \V.
H. LeUbman, Toronto: J. S. Clute, New
Westminister; S. S. Phipps, Revelstoke; \V. Plcken. Vancouver.
QUEEN'S.
H. Ringrose, Slocan;  A. A. Kempler,
Mrs. M. B, Costerden, Aberdeen; G. 11.
White and wife, Deer Park; J. C. Car-
ruthers, Trail.
BARTLETT.
C. Bell,  \V. Hancock,   Bonnington.
GRAND CENTRAL.
G. McLcllan, Alnsworth; G. S. Van-
stone, \V. P. Hassell, Rosebery; R. Dudley, Chicago; D. McEachern, Erie; T.
C. Williams, Portland; F. Day, Trail.
ROYAL.
E. Martin, Poplar; L. C. Chester, Slocan; R. 11. Jameson, Phoenix.
TREMONT. '
S. Carpene, S. Allensburg, C. King,
T. King, Vancouver; J. J. Herrlck, Spokane; G. Punker, Wlnlaw; E. Brook-
man, W. Hutchings, Cranbrook; B.
Shary, Bonnington; E. Cooper, W. Cooper, Castlegar.
y*s>^r^r*^*sts****s****A**s.*'*-f
\     LOCAL AHD GENERAL     j
Odd Fellows' Service.
The membors of Kooteuay Lodge, No,
16, wl!! assemble ut the lodge room tomorrow at 10:30 a. ni. to parade at 11
to the Salvation Army citadel.
Death of T. B. May.
John -Ullea reoelved word this morning that Thotntt U. May, Nelson's first
barber, dropped dead in IViizance,
Cornwall, on April 2nd. Deceased was a
native of Rochdale. Lancashire, aud t>6
years of age.
Baptist Services.
Services at the Baptist church tomorrow will be conducted by the pastor,
Rev. E. H. Shanks. Morning theme,
"Elements, of Power." Subject for evening sermon. "The Star of Mope." illustrated. Anthem, "Incline Thine Ear,*'
by Htmmcl.
Will  Visit   Her  Daughter.
Mrs. D. M. Crowley, of Rossland. will
visit her daughter. Miss Winnie Crowley, at Kansas City, where the latter Is
nnw singing with the Host on Ideal Opera company. At the conclusion of the
Kansas Ci'y engagement Miss Crowley
will sever her connection with the company and proceed to New York, where
she will take vocal lessons under some
competent teacher.
Kaslo Improvements.
There is an agitation fn Kaslo. led by
the Kootenaian, to beautify that city. It
Is suggested that Front street could be
improved by the removal of the unsightly shack buildings in tbat district. In
fact, it Is proposed to make a bonfire
of these buildings, including the old
Theatre Comique, on the evening of Victoria Day. This would not only be an
attraction to the celebration, but would
also remove buildings that have long
survived their usefulness.
New Opera House.
Cranbrook will have a new opera
house, to cost in the neighborhood of
$12,Ono. The Herald says that a stock
company has been organized, capital
provided and the plans and specifications
an- now in the hands of the promoters,
the lumber is ordered, and it la expected
that the contract will bo let before the
��"-nd of the week. The site secured lfi
opposite the Canadian hotel. The building will be 100 feet in depth by 45 feet
in width with a stage 24x45, and with
the gallery there will be a seating capacity for about SOu persons. The house
will be well finished throughout and
supplied with all the latest electrical effects. It Is expected that the building
will be rushed and be ready for the opening of the fall theatrical season.
How's $1450?
A neat 4-Room Cottage on Mill St.,
with stone cellar. Verandah back and
front. Electric light. Two level lots
with 11 fruit trees all bearing, and
plenty of small fruit.
Only $700 Cash
Balance at 6 per cent.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER 8T.
FOR SALE
Brand New Art Bell Piano
OHEAP.      APPLY
John T. Piette, Baker St.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning Stoves, ate.
JACKSON  RAOCLIFFE,
131 Eaat Baker St. Phone No. A114
Three Show Cases
and Two Counters
FOR SALE
i
W. cA. THURMAN,
Tobacconist.   Bnker Street.
Dominion Daily
Calblck & McDonald, proprietors of
lhe- Dominion Dairy, having dissolved
partnership by mutual consent the business will In future be carried on by
W. Calblck.
Thanking our patrons for past favors
I hope to merit a continuance of their
patronage.
WE8LEV CALBICK.
NOTICB
fKUNINo AND OKAPTINQ carefully attend
ed to. Apply
HARRY WILLIAMS,
 s-ulTor King Unlet.
WANTED.
FIRST-CLASS WAITRKSS-ApplyQuecn'B Hotel.
COOK���Hotel, f90. Wiltren.WS; at once. Wione
OS.  	
Ysiii*sf man with good offlce experience aceka a
potfTon    Apply Hoi &I8, Kol-son, H. c.	
TO LET
TWO Fmtn'-u_A0S husimS, .team heated    Ap.
plr hoiuekeetser. 3rd Hat, K. IV. C. block.
Company Promotion.
Now that It has been conclusively demonstrated that coal ashes can be
|>uraed over again there fs talk of several companies being formed to promote
the Industry. This morning several
well-known capitalists met on the cor-
.ner of Baker and Ward street and organized a company to secure options on
all the ash heaps In the city. The
name of the company will be the Ash
Heap Development Co., and the head
offlce will be wherever a convenient location can be obtained. The objects of
the company will be to buy up all the
ash heaps In the district of West Kootenay, and to carry on any business, which
In the opinion of the directors and
stockholders, may be necessary for the
successful operation of the business of
turning coal ashes Into fuel. The capital of the company will be one million
dollars.
K, of P. Growing,
W. Irvine, grand chancellor of the
K. (.f P. for British Columbia, returned
last, evening from avlslt to the lodges
along the line of the Crow's Nest railway. The first place visited was Fer
nie. and here the grand chancellor was
pleased to learn that the order was In
a flourishing condition. At Cranbrook
he heard the same gratifying reports,
anil particularly was he pleased at Ihe
marked growth of the lodge at Moyle.
In the various places visited Mr. Irvine
was entertained royally by the brethern. Within a few weeks a new lodge
will be organized at Creston. The
grand chancellor was an interested
spectator of the meeting between the
coal miners and operators at Fernie.
and while he does not profess to be In
the confidence of either side, he does
not believe lhat an agreement will be
reached between the contending parties
for a few days yet.
Sytupl
Syrcpl
Sy f tip I
For Today Only
we are making a
Big Cut in
Co*n Syttip
Have a look at the prices in
our window display.
Rob.M.Hood&Co.
S. W. C. Block . Pbooa 10.
PICKLES
I have received a consignment
of the famous
Pin-Money Pickles
These are very fine.
35c per Bottle
Cm Am Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine Sta.
PHOISB 7
OUTDOOR
TOYS
At last the time has come when the
children can get out of doors to play,
and they want out-of-door toys to play
with. We have Ihem In plenty and in
variety.
GARDEN   SETS,    consisting    of   Hoe,
Rake and Shovel, 25c, 4Cc and 70c
SPADES 10c and 25c
DOLL CARTS  AND CARRIAGES,   85c,
$1.00 and up.
WHEEL   BARROWS,   95c,   $1.75,   $2.25
and $3.50.
BOATS 25c and up
SAIL BOATS 75c to $1.50
SAND PAILS 15c, 20c and 40c
SAND SHOVELS 10c each
W. G. Thomson
&.$_?&.��� ",d Nelson, B.C.
Phono 34.
NELSON   CHORAL  SOCIETY.
Annual   General    Meeting   Called   for
Monday Night.
The annual meeting of Ihe society
will he held ou .Monday evening the
29th, at 8:30 o'clock In tbe Knights of
Pythias Hall, at which, the committee
will present their report and the office
bearers for the coming year will bo
elected.
The financial statement to be presented is of a satisfactory nature. The
receipts during the year from members'
fees amounted Io $51 and the receipts
from the recent production of the "May
Queen" amounted to $222.25. After paying the expenses for the year, including
the hire of a practice hall, the percentage to the opera house, the purchase of
music and other necessary Itms, lt Is
hoped that a small balance will be left
with whic hlo sUirt the new year.
After the business meeting an hour
will be spent In social intercourse.
Members are requested to accept this
a3 notice of the meeting.
Trains and  Boats.
Crow boat���On time.
Coast and Slocan train���On time.
Boundary train���On time.
Rossland train���On time.
Kaslo boat���On time.
Methodist Services.
In connection with tomorrow morning's service In the Methodist church
there will he a reception of new members; after the evening services the
closing meellng for the season of the
Family Circle will be held.
The Weather.
Today Is probably the coldest and
most wintry 27th of April on record.
The maximum temperature for the day
was 41 degrees Fahr., minimum, 27.
FOR SALE!
LOTS
Latimer, near Stanley, $ 325
Cedar, near Baker  300
Carbonate, near Park,  175
Park, near Vernon,(2 lots)  525
Vancouver and Slocan, 16 lots for 450
HOUSES
Victoria, near Kootenay  2,250
Cedar, near Victoria  3,000
Silica,  near Park  2,500
Mill $1,600 and 2,000
LAND
King Road, $500, cash and balance easy
terms will purchase plot about seven
acres, part cultivated.
Near King Road, 50 acrea, part cultivated.   Inspection Invited.
Kootenay River, 160 acres, $16 per acre.
Also   land  on   Kootenay   lake,   near
Creston, Flre Valley and Burton City.
F. B. LYS
REAL E8TATE AGENT.
Waat Baker 8tr����t.        NELSON, B. C.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Whole-stle *n<I Retail Dealon nt
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on shortest notice and
lowest price. Nothing bot frosh and
wholesome meat* and supples kept in stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E. C. TRAVES.  Manager,
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
NELSON,    -    B. C.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Fftrtt,
Foel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFtCK:
N. E. eor. Baker and Ward Sts.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to tbe Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale.
All kinds of Dlnnerware In stock. Patterns.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offloe: Deaiey Building.   P. O. Bon
Baker St., NELSON, B. C.
PERSONAL.
S. S. Taylor, K. C.. got back from the
coast last evening.
W. G. Thompson left tbls morning for
Portland, Ore., on a Bhort visit.
\V. A. Macdonald, K. C, Is expected
home from the coast tomorrow evening.
Louis Ravlccho will leave via tho
C. P. R. for a lour of Italy tomorrow
morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Dun Manhart returned
from their honeymoon trip to Spokane
last evening.
Norman Macdonald, who has been
visiting Spokane for the past three
weeks, returned home last evening.
George sN'unn, formerly of A. Macdonald & Co., came in from Vaucouver Friday evening. He will remain here a
week.
R. S. Lennie, who has been attending
the full court nt Victoria In connection
with the Star-White case, will arrivo
home Sunday evening.
PROGRESS OF BOURASSA.
Condemns Aid to British Immigrants-
Wants Frenchmen.
Montreal, April 27.���Mr. Henri Bourassa, M. P., for Labelle, delivered an
address on "Immigration" hofore Laval
studentq last evening aod criticised tho
federal government's policy In allowing
the transportation of ex-prlsoners, loafers and habliual drunkards from largo
cities In England, paying their travelling expenses from the mother country
to tho Northweat while on Ihe other
hand, government reports Indicated
that practically no money had been ex-
pended to foster an Immigration move,
ment among the peasants of Franco
and Belgium. Mr. Bourassa admitted
that English and Scotch farmers were,
perhaps, the best ImmlgrnntB that
Canada could desire, and his remarks
were warmly applauded by thoso present. The lecturer remarked thut this
did not excuse the policy of consider.
Ing that numbers counted for everything and pf ptiy going so much per
head for Immigrants Irrespective of tho
class to which they belonged.
Qood Friends Now.
Toklo, April 27.���Russo-Japanese negotiations on the fisheries question aro
reported to have resulted In a sutlsfac
tory agreement.	
Seed Potatoes
We have unloaded
a car of
Early Rose Potatoes
Imported expressly
for Seed.
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 181.
HOUSTON BIiOOK
Sulphur and
Sansaparilb
An Excellent Spring Purifying Mixture
FOR THE BLOOD
A specific for boils. Tonic for the liver and a vain
medicine for indigestion and geueral debility from a I
ordered stomach.    For sale by
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Lti
DRUGGISTS, STATIONERS, SEEDSMEN.
COR.  WARD A  BAKER
STARKEY & CO
Wholewia Provlnlona,
Produce, ��� Pruit.
Government Creamery One-Pound Bricks r-aceived weekly freeh froij
churn.   For sale by all loading grocers.
Office and warehouse: Houston Block,   Phone 79.
Josephine Street. Nelson, B.C|
New Spring Goods Arriving Daily
A complete line of up-to-date Soft and Hard Hatt In Stock.
Alao a full range of Boots and Shoea.    "WALKOVER" our
Specialty.
J. a. gTukerI
BAKIiR SlttlliT, NI_.I__.SON.
Spring is Here
We have prepared for this season by passing into stock all!
requisites for the rancher, gardener or householder. Spaa
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Spading Forks, Tree Primers, |
Tree Sprayers, Small Garden Tools, Etc.
Prompt attention paid to letter order*.
J. H. Ashdown Hardwaf
Company, Limited.
NELSON   IRON   WORKI
. A. ISAAC
R. W. HINTON*
ENOI1NEUW8   AND  CONTRACTORS
POUNDERS AND
MACHINISTS
'**'��&'I!? "Jd JobMna nevutsMl with OMMtsh.   ShMtwH
Work, Mining nnd Mill .%*!.._ Iih,wry.     Mtssnulsaet ur.r�� ol
Ora Cara, w. X.   Contractors' Cara.       ' '
Corner ssl Hall and
Frssm 8treeti.
INEUSOIN,   B. C.
TelrpM _
P.O. Boll
Spring Stock fust Opened UpJ
Carload Ulnoleums and Carpets
Prom Olasgow, Scotland.
Beat Qualities at Low Price*.
Standard Furniture CompaflJ]
Complete House Furnishers
Undertakers,    Embalmcrs
A a HINTS I
Mhssssss As KissiIs I'lass.ta.
0��tertms��r Mstttrs-wstst.
Marlhell HsmlUry MntlrMiei.
A.G. LAMBERT <& C<
MANUFACTURERS   ��   ^.t;       ci_'       imm
AND DEALERS IN   JUtlttlDef f  OBltlgltSf
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Window*
Turned Work and Brackets. Mail Ordern promptly ��tt��*
VHR1NON STWEEI   ���   .   .   lNKLSON. B. C.
Launch and Boat
SUPPLIES
Wa always carry In Hock and will be pleaeed to supply 1
wants In '
LAUNCH AND BOAT REQUISITES
Such aa
t'aanllne
While Wane
Mlxosl Palnti,
Dorr)- Briu.' limit* Varnlih
His*., ute
Albany umn
Arctic Uup I'n;-"*   _
(laa Knulsio Oil ��� -*
Vacuum tt*tt_"i"M
(IlloDOjalloi*-,'*1-*-'
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Un
Wholesale NI-US ON &**
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