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VOLI'MR   2.
No. 61.
NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST J4, 1907.
Fiftt Cbnts a Month
jJL WATTS' REPLY
Corroborated by Other
Lumbermen
I UNI CAUSES AT WORK
[Priirie Demand  Diminished���Cars
Still Unreleas:d���Mr. Anstie's
Silence Misconstrued.
Since it is general!-* eo*oo��t��d th*l
Ith,* Mountain mill  men   bava  now  no
ark.i for ihelr product aa the prairie
Bernini) Is satiaUetl tor (ha ������   '��
Eulry inf. the cauaea Is noi epedallj
Crofliabl.- and may be <>l UUla Inter.-*-!
ClP-pt Hi thom- concerned. Hut u rot.
Coreriy has erleen locally, and a Tull
hiiamenl hi each party to It tuny save
further complication.
A K Watts, nl Wattsburg. was quot-
raMsrday morning In The Daily
ksws as ascribing the present condi
���on In part to a shortage of cars dur
pt the spring and early summer. Mr.
Raits also gave a fuller and more de-
alli-d statement to The Dully Cnnadlan
Yesterday   afternoon   n   member   of
DaUj Canadian stult was
lalled on Haker street by H E. Muc-
lonnell and W. A. Anstle. Mr, Mac
onnell. In lhe presenile of Mr. Anstle.
kroestsd Unit a denial of Mr. Watt's
Largs be made un bis authority. ubIiik
pbstantlally the words ascribed lo him
yesterday*! lssu.*
Mr Macdonnell added that Mr. Watts
fas  speaking   for  himself  alone,   that
latDhermen's association did not en-
one bis complaint, that It was Mr. An
who bad suggested  that  a  denlnl
* given to the press and that Mr. Ankle would corroborate bis, Mr  Maodon
jell's, stmt im ni v
I Mr   Anglic,   who   was   present,   made
i sign of dissent, and accordltiKly 'he
|atement made for him by Mr  Mui-don-
H*ll. wns attributed lo him.
J Later, after Thi* Dally Canadian was
fritted. Mr   Anstle explained   that   lie
ad not heard the statement attributed
i him by Mr  Macdonnell. that he hail
Intended to Im*  a party  lo  the   re-
pest  lor  denial   i.f  Mr.   Walts'   state
nit. and thai   Mr    Macdonnell's slate-
���ent was Incorrect
He ilso a/rote the following (attar at
Watts' request :
I A. E. Watts,   Ksi|.:   I>eur  air���1   did
|0t call upon The  Dally  Canadian nor
nytlilriK to them In relulal ol your
���atemenl   to   today's   Daily    News.     1
<*i no Interview  whatever with them
Yours truly.
\V   A. ANHTIK.
[Mr.  Aiinti,**s  stateiuents  are   correct
���Mr    .Macdonnell,   not   he.   who
Jailed the representative of The   Dnlly
fsnaiiian. u,���i .\|r. Anstle did not make
siatement, but the slightest sign of
(ls.cnl  Irom  the   stateiuents   uinde   for
m   by    Mr     Macdonnell   would   have
iveil  bltu   rrom   a   misrepresentation
plch of oourae waa not Intended.
Mr   Watts  then   undertook   to secure
Oboratlon of his charge und aooom
���anleil  a   representnlive   of   The   Dally
iuudlan while he sought the views of
���ther lumberiaen.
I Theodore l.uilgale, nf Arrowhead.
pU: "We hnve bad ureal dlltlcully and
P'-m annoyance in getting curs to move
���Jf lumber, especially In the early purl
W '��'B year when we wanted them
put, and we hud tunny orders cancelled
J nnieqnenoe."
������A. Uinlsl.y said: '1 haven't want
my rnrs until lately, but 1 have bad
IHtni time to get any."
���1 8. Descbamps, of llosslutiil: *f'Yes,
IW| had identy of trouble, and been
���naiik* to Ket cars when I wanted
pent
I F B. Sine, of the llowman Lumber
[tn-inny, M1|d; "During July we bad
r?.*'r" "niounlliiK (o 24 carloads can*
f ifil because wo could not get cars lo
pip ihe lumber."
L ��� Watts nlso iiroduced ilocumen-
t' "'idenee |��� support of his state
lw.   "'' '"""wing Is nn extract from
Wrr '",rr'*����"d to a prominent min
fan iron, un i.mclnl occupying n high
pnoon on the C. P, H. Co . na follows*.
1 Mh assure you that the mlllH on
letliin V,v'' not ,,ni1 u">' 81"*11 nl
���ki-ly li    i     *"' "'  A'Towheud and not
Vl.li.lnts f? ',)"" I"'�� ,"'V|,,K MT""K
["I w,i      """ c**ow's Nest mills.
IllWM,. '"'"*",m  ��t   n  meeting of the
���ns ��'''"""'ission ui Vancouver! there
lest iin I'",':"1*''' ft"'" mills on Clrnw'i.
V shorn """'''   n   <*otii|ilnlnt    re
���> have ,    '��� s,'v"ml of same claimed
lonti, or 1,','iv*-   ��"'y ��"" car '" the
[Mr.   vVi.'u
ii   i? ,, ''^"���"""ed  surprise  thai
J*"1"  ol  th,ll,-;:,"n"ell,    chler    bright
F"'"'1 nn In, i    ".       *"���������   WM   ""'    "���V,'H
T">��r that ,i,   '   .!lllH ���"""'���e. and said
u��t the railway commission hail
Issued orders that cars must be supplied tu the Crow line, und further said:
'���IViVMiuHy I have suffered great loss
through luck or curs. I huve dictated
do7.ens of letters begging for ears, und
have gone so far us to threaten the
C*. 1*. It. Co. wllh an action Tor damages,
which. I nm advised by counsel, could
be carried to a successful issue where
discrimination can  be  proved.
"And as regards Mr. Macdonnell's
claim that li must be from some other
cause that the mills are having to close
down, If he will carefully read my stnte-
uieni thai shortage of curs at u certain
time wus a contributory, not the sole
cause, I have myself been weeks ut a
tinu* without u cur and an abuadanoa of
orders at Me time, many of which were
cancelled because I could not obtain
Bars. Did not Mr. Macdonnell see tin*
reports In the duliy papers several
weeks since of a general order issued
by tlie C. P. R. that no earn were to he
given lo any mills ou the Crow? If the
report was not true, why did he not
contrndlct II. ns It was far more widely
circulated than my statement, and what
��� s more Ii wus absolutely put Into effect,
and we fell the same: was this not discrimination with a venuunce? It la
Quite true I did suggest to Mr. \V.
Whyte thai orders should be Issued lhat
no curs lie given either to the Coast or
Mountain mills if he could not supply
both un a fair basis. Fair play was all I
asked for, and I now not only ask for
ll. bill ilemund ll. It is also unite true
that since I asked that, orders have
been Issued thai earn must be supplied
to  the Crows   Nest   line,   but   1   ex|afct  It
Is now too late as the damage has been
'lone If proof Is required 1 can pro-
dun* it in treat btmnhet, documentary.
verbal and all kinds. And there ure Inn a
few favored mill ne-n who will not bear
out my statement io the hilt You have
beard what some of the biggest mill
men have to say on the subject: noi one
of them contradicted my statement. Of
course, I expect personally to suffer for
heving the audacious temerity to humbly point to what we have lost through
the neglect of our Sovereign I-ord and
Master, the high, mighty and immaculate C P. K. Ix't It come; It cannot be
much worse than It has been In the
past. I have no desire to Join In the
always popular hounding of the C. P. K.
and I will never be a party to It without just cause, but in this case we have
i just cause. Our petitions und prayers
were undheedeil. nnd when this huppens
w,. must appeal to the greatest imwers In
Ibis land, tin- 'bar of public opinion.'
It must be duly Impressed ii|K)ll all thnt
It is not only the mill owner who suffers, but the allied trades In connection
therewith, their employees and nil with
whom they deal, l'ndtle oppression of
the lumber industry has a far reaching
effect throughout Hrlllsh Columbia. The
first small wave of depression has
struck us and n rich corjioratlon should
be the last  to aggravate the effects.
"With regards to Mr. Anstie's alleged
Statement, "That the association must
not be taken as endorsing Mr Watt's
complaint, etc' whieh in bis letter to
me he Datly denies making. Is of very
small moment to me. I do not stand
In need of Ihe endorsement of the association, I act of my own free will as
do all other members of Ihe association I have spoken Ihe truth und nothing but tbe whole truth, but If the officials Kant I In* whole or It published
they can have plenty of the same kind
and worse, and a little more goading
will bring ll forth."
Mr. Macdonnell. Been this morning,
merely staled that he had given Mr. An*
stle'it views as he understood them a
moment baton. As lo the main controversy he did not wish to contluue It.
From other quarters It Is learned lhat
the car shortage which has undoubtedly
been experienced in Kast Kootenay has
been due to a combination of causes,
one uf the chief or which Is the number
or   ears   laden   with   lumber  iinreleased
on the prairies.
STRANGE   HONEYMOON.
Youthful   Husband     Makes     His    Bride
a  Prisoner.
St. Paul, Aug. Ui���A two months
honeymoon u|icnt ns a prisoner In a
room which sin* was forbidden lo leave,
frequently beatM at the bands of her
hushniid. which culmluulod lu the urrcst
of the latter through Information oh-
talneil by a stranger, who found ono or
the notes which the woman bad dropped
mil of her window Into the street. Is
the story of Ihe short romance of nn IS
yenr old Minneapolis girl, who two
months ngo Is said to hnve been mnr
iled In St. I'nul lo John Dermldy. one
yenr hor senior. Tbe couple resided on
euul Twenty Will street neur Twenty*
sixth avenue, south Dermldy virtually
mnde his wile a prisoner by refusing
to allow her to leave the premises, and
his treatment of his youthful bride in*
threats to take her life, coupled with
tin* apparent means of carrying the
threat Into execution since he wns In
the habit of brandishing an ugly looking
knife ul her on these occasions. Finally Ihe youthful bride sought the help
or outsiders bv throwing notes from her
window In which she begged Hint her
hatband be arrested. In this she was
successful.
When Dermldy wns taken Into Ihe police court, he enlered n plea of gullly
but Inter changed to not gullly nnd de
aided to try nnd Bphl It The girl wife
has gone bnrk to Iter parents with lhe
Intention of leaving her husband for
good. II Ib probable Hint the police will
[tiresti gate Into the circumstances of
lhe marriage.
STRIKERS' CRIME
Two Confess to Setting
Fire to Station
CAUSED DEATH OF FIVE
Incident in Strike of Railway Men
in Colorado���Settlement Is
Now Effected.
Houlder, Col., Aug 14.���John W.
Keeves. a brakeman employed on tbe
Colorado & Northern railroad, who has
been held us a suspect iu connection
with the destruction Saturday of tbe
Colorado &. Southern station hy Are and
dynamite, confessed toduy that he is re*
sponsible for the crime. l.ler Frank
Klser. another suspect, alao confessed.
The result of their act waa Hie wiping
out of five lives and the injury of half
a hundred others besides the destruction of property worth a million dollars.
When It became known that Reeves bad
confessed a mob gathered at the county jail for the purpose of lynching blm
but he was spirited away from the jail
hy the officers nnd taken to Denver In
a carriage. The public has not been Informed of Riser's confession. Frank
Klser said that during a discussion of
the Colorado & Southern strike the
suggestion waa made tbat tbe crowd aet
Are to some of the company's property.
Acting upon this suggestion they went
down to the yard and set Ure to a caboose belonging to the company, and
from this blase the depot caught. The
explosion ot several hundred pounds of
dynamite caused the loaa ot life and
property.
Violinist Dying.
Ileiiln,   Aug.   H.���Job.  .lonchlm.    Unci lebiuted liiingarlnn violinist, Ib dying.
Denver. Aug. 14.���All danger of a
spread of the strike of the Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen employed by the
Colorado * Southern railroad was removed last night by an agreement
reached whereby all differences are to
be settled by an arbitration committee
which will hold Its Brsl meeHng next
Thursday In this city, brotherhood men
on strike will return to work. The ar
hitratluu committee will oonalst of one
representative from each of the rail
roads, namely, the Colorado��� Southern,
Denver & Rio Grande. Union Paclflc,
Hock Island, and Hurllngton, one representative from lhe switchmen and
yardmen of each road, and a represen
tatlve from each of tbe labor organlra
lions concerned.
SIFTON'8  VICTIMS.
Ooukohobors Camped Near Whltemouth
���Afraid to  Move.
Winnipeg. Aug. 14��� A party haa beeu
uent out by the Mission society to watch
the conditions of the Doukhobor pll
grlms, who are now camped at White
tnoutb. and dare not proceed farther,
fearing arreBt by C. P. 11. officials for
trespassing on the company's property
They are In a somewhat pltahlo condition, and arc discouraged by the circumstances encountered. They Bhow n
desire to return to Uielr homes, but
seem to be under ihe Inlluence of a Rus
Blan anarchist who Joined them In Win
nl|iog and continues lo act aa leader.He
lures them on with asBiirances that he
will lead them where there In no law.
and to a hind where they will not be
taxed   for military  purposes.
II Is reported tonight that 60 moro of
Ihe tramp variety have left the 8wan
river colony on a similar pilgrimage.
ONLY  AN   INCIDENT.
Civil  Servant  Took    Honeymoon    Trip
To Cover Departure.
Ottawa. Aug. 14.���A sad cane of marital Infidelity has Jusl come to light. A
few weeks ago tho local press chronicled tho marriage of Robert H. Rogers,
interpreter to lhe Interior Department,
to Miss Seraphic Mnvaut. an estimable
young lady of this city. The couple set
out on a honeymoon trip In Kngland.
France and Germany. Passage was tnk*
en for I.,lverpoo!, and Paris was reached
In duo time. The couple put up at n
hotel, and four pleasant dnys wore
spent In the French metropolis. On Ihe
morning of the fifth, Rogers, with Ihe
expreBBcd purpose of Interviewing Mr.
Rothschild on business went out alone.
Tills was Iho last Mrs. Rogers saw of
her husband and she found herself pen-
nlloBB and alone In the great city. Shu
wont to the Canadian Commissioner.
Mr. Fabre, and he advanced her passage
to Ottawa and supplied her with sufficient funds to meet current expenses.
Tbe return Journey was made safely,
and a few days ago she arrived In Ottawa. Rogers, the perpetrator of the outrage, was well known In the city, being
employed in the Immigration Branch of
the Interior Department as chief Inspector for about two years. He alao acted
in the same capacity In police court
cases on numerous occasions. He was
a master of several languages and a
man of pleasing address and suave
manners. Very little was known of his
past, but he claimed to have received
his education in Austria and to have belonged to a good family. Enquiry at
the Immigration Office elicited the Information that he has resigned his position In that department. Since his departure it haa become known that he
was considerably embarrassed financially, and this was probably one ot the
motives for his giving up a good position and getting away from Ottawa.
Since the morning he left her in Paris,
Mrs. Rogers has had no trace of her
husband.
STILL �� DOUBT
Telegraph Companies Say
All Is Well
MANY JOINING STRIKE
NO ORES JT COBALT
Recent   Rich   Strike   in   Foster   Mine���
Public Confidence  Unaffected
by Markets.
Cobalt, Aug. 14.���The recent find on
the Foster mine appears to be exceedingly rich In silver. The company had
samples of the metal assayed and the
report of the assay er says that one
specimen submitted, which was dark,
steel gray, and lustrous in color, was
stromcylte. the normal composition of
which Is deduced by Dana Is sulphur
15.8 per cent.; silver, S3.1 per cent, and
copper, 31.1 per cent. This ts the second occurrence of this mineral reported
In Canada, the other being at the Silver
King mine. Toad -Mountain, West Kootenay. B. C. Another specimen analyxd
was argyropyrlte, a sulphide of somewhat uncertain composition, commonly
holding 25 to 30 per cent, of stiver and
35 to 40 per cent of Iron, often with adventitious copper. Thla metal la bronze
yellow In color. The essayist says that
with the stromeyrlte and argyropyrlte
waa associated seme native silver, the
gangue being a grayish- white quarts.
The samples were submitted by Mr.
W. H. Fisher, of the Foster Mining Company. Some excellent ore is being taken out of the mine In tbe course of development, and thla is being sacked for
shipment. The returns from the last
sar of ore sent out totalled" ��28.760. The
company has about 76 men at work.
The mining market took a bad turn
yesterday in sympathy with general decline In stocks in New York. For
Niplsslng $f, HT Vi, was bid and 17 was
asked. Foster and Trethewey were
also down. Taking Into consideration
the general slump, the transactions In
mining shares In Toronto were remarkably few. Tbe public is retaining Its
confidence in Cobalt. That the decline
has a foreign cause is shown by the fact
that the Niplsslng mine is now shipping
out more ore than ever before.
Old Warship Lost.
New York, Aug. 14.���Despatches from
Valparaiso, Chill, tell of the loss ot a
former famous Chilian warship, the Ma
gallenes, which waa rounding out her
career as a transport for lumber. The
ship foundered at sea during a heavy-
blow but the crew managed to escape.
The ship has a fine war record. She
fired the flrst shot In the Peruvian war
and fought with brilliant success
against odds during the entire conflict.
Will Aid Farmers.
New York, Aug. 14.���Secretary of the
Treasury Cortelyou, according to the
Times, has decided again to come to the
relief of the money market and dlstrlb
ute government funds to aid In the
movement of the crops .hla year. It Ib
not expected that anything like the
amount needed lust year will be called
for this season. If It Is, the treasury
will be In better shape to meet the
call; under an act of the last Congress
customs receipts may be deposited In
the banks.
Connections Maintained and Business
Handled by Small Number
of Operators.
Boston, Aug. 14.���When the time for
the night force to come on at the main
office at the Western Union company-
arrived at 5:30, 20 of thhe 45 men regularly employed, made their appearance, according to the statement of
Manager Allen Woodley. Of the force
of 118 men which went on strike at
noon, the 11 men who remained at their
keys when the strike was called, worekd
overtime to clear up the work. The
night force which comes at 5:30 o'clock,
consists of ahout 16 men. Only four
showed up. Messages to New York
were being handled rapidly by an automatic instrument.
The Postal and Western Union operators at Worcester are out. The wire
service of the Associated Press in New
England was Intact last night, with the
exception of four points.
Los Angeles. Aug. 14.���Very little
change waa noticed tn the telegraphers'
strike today. The Western Union officials said they had more men than
were required to work the available
wires.
San Francisco, Aug. 14.���Officials of
the Western Union Telegraph company
aald today that they have a considerable, force at work In both this city and
Oakland, and tbat they are able to
handle a fair amount of business
Once  Too  Often.
Murderer Escsped.
Chcfoo, China, Aug. 14.���The arrest Is
reported here of W. H. Adsetts, formerly of the United States marines.
guarding the legation at Pekln. He Is
suspected of robbing and killing a woman whose body waa found in a box on
a llrltlsh steamer at Hongkong. Adsetts was arrested only after he had
made violent resistance and later broke
out of tho local Jail and escaped. Sev
oral thousand dollars and some valuable
Jewelry, believed to have belonged to
the murdered woman, were taken from
him and is now In the care ot the authorities.
Will Write Hlatory.
New York, Aug. 14.���Rear Admiral F.
E. Chadwlck, United States navy, re-
tired, who haa Just returned from a visit
to Spain, atates that he will write a
history of the SpanlBh-Amerlcan war
and Ihe causes that led up to it. Ills
trip to Spain was for the purpose of
collecting material. Rear Admiral Chad
wick was in command of the cruiser
New York, Admiral Sampson's flagship,
during the war with Spain.
New York. Aug. 14.���William V. Al
bright, an iron worker of TItusvllle, Pa.,
who haa been known among his fellow-
craftsmen as "Bill the Tumbler" because of several falla from lofty points,
ia believed to be dying in a local hospital. Albright, while at work on the
Williamsburg bridge, had a fall and
when picked up was found to have a
three-inch nail embedded lh his skull
Albright seemed to bear a charmed life.
He bad dropped 100 feet from a bridge
in Pennsylvania and escaped without
any harm; he fell as distance of 87 feet
from a building in Liverpool and when
he picked himself up he astonished his
associates by declaring: "That was only
a little bump."
Cuban Raiders Surrender.
Havana, Aug. 14.���Three members ot
the band of six raiders which took to
the woods near CamaJuanl In Santa
Clara province last Friday, surrendered
to the police at San Juan de Loaremdoa
this morning. One of the band waa
killed and another captured In a fight
with a detachment of rural guards last
Saturday. The leader of the band, a
man named Mendoza, is the only member still at large, and he has promised
to surrender tonight. The prisoners declare they were Induced to take the field
by representations that tbe Americans
intended to make Jos Miguel Qomes
president of Cuba.
Coxey Threatens.
8ault Ste. Marie, Mich., Aug. 14.���
General Coxey, leader of the famous
hobo march acroas the country to Washington a few years ago, Is planning to
start a new pilgrimage, but he refuses
to tell its destination or purpose.
No Contagion In Mantis.
Washington, Aug. 14.���The record of
the Manila bureau "of health, which has
been received shows that for six months
not a contagious disease has been In
evidence. This constitutes a record for
the island bo tar as records are known.
Mslevy Dying.
Paris, Aug. 14.���Ludovlc Halevy, the
author and playwright. Is seriously 111.
Ludovlc Halevy Is In his 75th year.
He Is a member of the academy and of
the Legion or Honour. Hla best known
comedies are, "Frou-Frou" and "Karl-
Karl."
>��� I
Betrayed by Finger Prints.
Elisabeth. N. J., Aug. 14.���Traced by
finger prints and an ink Impression of
a black hand signed to a letter received
by Father Forettl of Saint Antonle Roman Catholic church, In which the
priest Is threatened with death unless
he tu.  ��600 by September 1, Michael Venzio, an Italian barber, was arrested as the writer ot the letter.   The
police rounded np several Italians and
took Impressions of their fingers. Edward Schwartz, who is at the head or
the Bertilllon bureau in Newark, declared that tbe impression in the lettr
corresponds with the Impression of Ven-
zio's fingers taken by the police, and
on this evidence a conviction la hoped
for.
GUNS  f(     ���    FANTRY.
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Some  American   Ba.  *��>     a   to   Racsive
Artillery Equi V
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New York, Aug. 14.���Act ->,. to officers In tbe artilley servlc. - 'm's
and Colt's millimeter and gatli. ns
will soon be turned over to the in.
command. This matter Is said to be .-
ceiving tbe attention of Brigadier General Arthur Murray, chief of artillery of
the United States army. Daring the
manoeuvres at Wadsworth in June, the
battalions of the Fourth Regiment, to
which the gutting guns were turned
over by way of experiment, are aaid to
have handled the guns aa well for practical purposes as artillery men could
have done. Among well informed army
officers it Ib the general opinion that
the change Is contemplated because the
army is away behind the authorization
of Congress in enlisting artillery recruits, v
POSED   A8   MILLIONAIRE.
Youth  Borrowed  Automobiles to Carry
on Deception.
Des Moines, la., Aug. 14.���Taking the
chances of a long term in prison to
discovery by his sweetheart that he was
not really a young millionaire, Robert
Stevens, 19 years of age, haa been
stealing automobiles nightly to take the
young woman for fast drives into the
country. Stevens was arrested last evening; Just aa he waa starting out with a
machine owned by H. M. Trisler. Stevens waa in the habit of taking the first
auto he could find without an owner,
then take a 40 or 60 mile drive with tbe
girl. Attar his evening drive Stevens
would abandon the machine. The
thefts continued regularly and apparently the police werehelplessantll they discovered a bunch of aweet peaa in the
empty machine. In the bunch wss one
of a peculiar shade, which it waa found
waa grown in only one garden la the
city. Stevens waa shadowed for several days try detectives uatil last night
when he was arrested.
Improved 81 washing.
Chicago, Aug. 14.���A special frees
Fond du Lac says: As a result of Fond
du Lac's unique "Jag" treatment, that
the portraits of habitual drunkards
shall be pasted in all the saloons of the
city together with notices to saloon
keepers to sell no liquor under penalty
of losing their licenses, the galaxy of
booze celebrities was incressed today.
The common council ordered E Ais-
mont "posted," while Mat Dengal made
the unusual request that his photograph
be Included in the list on the ground
that this was the only way he could get
sobered up and return to a decent life.
GUNS T0M0R0CCQ
���Long Range Anns Needed
for HID Fighting
MANDATE FROM POWERS
France Promises to Keep  Within
Limits of Alfeciras Convention
as Lone as Possible.
Parte, Aug. 14.���Competent government circles declined to discuss the possibility of France being compelled to
overstep the limits of the terms of the
Algeclras convention but the following
statement was made on the subject today from an authoritative quarter:
"Events may force our handa but until
they do we shall try In good faith to
carry out a mandate which we hold
from the powers.' It was officially explained today that the artillery being
shipped to Casa Blanca from Turin ia
designed to replace the machine guns,
and for other artillery landed from the
warships which are not of sufficient
range to reach the camps of the rebeli.
Parte, Aug. 14.���An official note
issued this afternoon says that General
Drudo, in command of the French expeditionary force at Caaa Blanca, haa
not naked for reinforcements and that,
therefore, the statement that the government has declined to furnish any
more troops is correct.
NATIONAL DETERIORATION.
Canadian Consumption of Cigarettes In-
creaeed 30 Per Cent.
New Fast Liner.
New York. Aug. 14.���The new North
German Lloyd liner Krow Pfinxessin
arrived In New York today after her
first voyage across the Atlantic .having
made the run trom Cherbourg In 5 days
22 hours and 46 minutes, maintaining
an average Bpeed of 21.81 knots an hour.
Negotiations Renewed.
St. John's, Nfd., Aug. 14.���Important
despatches are passing between the colonial and Imperial cabinets respecting
the renewal of last year's Anglo-American fisheries agreement known aa the
modus Vivendi, with additional clauses.
The American government urges an
early agreement so that vessel owners
can prepare for the herring fishing season in about a month.
Grand Duke of Oldenburg III.
Berlin, Aug. 14.���Frederick Auguat.
Hie reigning Grand Duke of Oldenburg,
is far from well: hla health is causing
considerable apprehension and he has
been confined to his room for several
days.
Love's Young Dream.
Lancaster, Pa., Aug. 14.���Amos S. Miller, aged 83 years, and Susan B. Mr*
Clay, aged 80, were married yesterday.
The walked to and from the home of
the justice who married them, a distance ot four miles. Each of them waa
married three times before. Miller lost
two wives by death and one by divorce.
Mrs. Miller's former husbands are dead.
Welcomed to Brazil.
Rio Janeiro, Aug. 14.���Three Japanese
settlements will be established In the
state of Rio de Janeiro. The government of the state has given Its sanction
to the project.
Ottawa, Aug. 14.���Returns on consumption of Tobacco In Canada for the
12 ssatirhs ending June 30 last, show an
increase of nearly one third in the number of cigarettes, while the consumption
of cigars bas remained practically the
aame as compared with the fiscal year
190VO-S.
For the 12 months ending Jnne last,
the total number of cigarettes entered
tor consumption in Canada waa 331,-
972.137, aa compared with 269,334.937
for the corresponding period of 1905-
06, an Increase ot nearly one third. In
1904 the consumption was 250.880,387.
aad It years sgo it wss only 93,798,000.
The consumption of cigarettes tor the
IX months ending June 30 last was 193,-
818^75, practically the aame aa for tbe
proceeding 12 months.
Cigars made from Canadian tobacco
numbered 2,826,721, as compared with
3,172,466 for the fiscal year 1906-06. The
total consumption of tobacco of all
kinds for the 12 months Is estimated at
29.63 poinds per head of the population, the largest on record.
In regard to spirituous liquor the consumption of beer shows the largest Increase.
KINO AUD KAISER.
Germans Rejoice at Second Meeting of
Soverelgne Within a Year.
Saved for Gallows.
Marseilles, Aug. 14.���There is no
.'ruth tn the report circulated in London that Vere Bt. Leger Goold, who yesterday confessed to being the murderer
<>f Emma Levin, the Swedish woman,
whose dismembered body waa found In
the baggage of Goold and his wife on
their arrival here from Monte Carlo on
Auguat 6, had hanged himself In prison.
Berlin, Aug. 14.���The utmost interest
is displayed In all circles in Berlin in
the meeting tomorrow at Withelshobe between King Edward and Emperlor William. Members of the government welcome King Edward's second visit to the
German Emperor In the course of a year
aa a happy augury for future relaUona
between the two nations and It Is considered that the meeting tomorrow
takes an added Importance, for, coming
aa it doea, immediately after the meeting ot Emperor Nicholas of Russia and
the Emperor William at Swlt.emunde.
and but a few days before the conference between King Kdward and Emperor Francis Joseph at Isch, these evidences of the friendly Intercourse between the sovereign monarcha, It la
thought, will tend greatly toward the
promotion of better feelings between
the people of the varloua nations concerned.
Dragged Undsr Freight.
St. Paul, Minn., Am;. 14.���Thrown
under tho wheels of a backing freight
train Edward Hadland, of this city.
Tenth street, waa dragged and probably
fatally Injured yesterday afternoon in
the Lafayette yards. His left arm waa
cut off at the shoulder, the front portion of his skull waa fractured and he
waa Injured Internally. Hadland Is a
painter and vas employed by the city
to paint the Lafayette bridge and It
waa while crossing the tracks he met
with the accident.
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HUDSON'S BAY
 STORES=
Wo    nn1    now
op-suing op a large
shipment of
Limoges Elite China
These   goods   are   assorted   so that   you   can   select  any  pieces   you
prefer and  make  up  to your taste. ...      ::"*S2&
EITHER A TEA OR DINNER SET
LIMOGE'S   ELITE   CHINA     REPRESENTS THE
Highueit Q-utility tit  Lowest  Prices.
A carload  of
BRAIN  AIND SHORTS
has just arrived.    These
goods have advanced  si
AT RIGHT PRICES
ightly.  but we  offer then
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
stab
The Daily Canadian
frid really has any scruples on the question he has only to obtain the sanction
of parliament once.
The reply that In developing her
own resourced and building a new trans-
oontlnenttU railway Canada is really
contributing to Imperial deleuce, is unworthy  yf  serious  consideration,
Again, if Sir Wilfrid is siucerc in regarding the constitutional objection as
insuperable, surely that is not to be the
last word, lie haa rejected the proposal
of the Imperial ministers. Has he none
to make in return? Or is his refusal ou
behalf of Canada to be considered "iiual
and unalterable"? He certainly owes
the country a defence of the position to
which he has, for the present, committed it, a position of which British Canadians are heartily ashamed.
THE   SUBSIDY   BILL.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Capital Authorized
Head Office:   Toronto
 J10.000.000    Capital
rlest   . . .
D. R. WILKIE President.
HO"
Paid   Up          4.830.000
4,830.000
BOBEKT .TAPFBAT, Vice-President
Branches in iJiitish Columbia:
ARROWHEAD.       tXlLDKN,       NELSON.     REVELSTOKE
CRANBROOK,
VANCOUV1 .<,    VICTORIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Interest  allowed on deposits  from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
nbuson branch J.   M.   LAY,   Manager.
For Sale
House, 5 rooms and bath;  close in $1600
16 lots on   Innis St. for    $450.00
6 44 Acres within mile of centre
of City, suitable for market
garden,    Terms  given
160 Acrei on Kootenay river,
good springs, first-class railway   service...�� $3,000
F. B. LYS
Real   Estate   and   General   Agent.
West Baker Street. NELSON. B. C.
FOR SALE.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated   A.  D.   1869.
HEAD OFFICE,  MONTREAL.
 J3.900.000     Reserve   Fund *4,390,0O0
Capital.
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all kinds of Eanking Business.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to the
Savings Bank Department, and
Interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
HOME SAVINGS BANK8 Furnished
on Application, In Large. Medium
or Pocket Size.
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Wednesday.  August  14,  1907.
SILENCE   AND   DELAY.
Sir Wilfrid Laurler on his return irura
England found his govemmi nl dlsor-
Bunlzed. his part) divided and the country generally expectant Two Important
positions in iin* cabinet are vacant, an I
others are belt) by man who bava outlived their usefulness u administrators.
The few capable mon in the cabinet are
overworked with the affairs ut two *l*
iiartmeiiis. There are man; asplrantl
for the vacancies, who have nm ���
to he summoned, but have gone to d eel
the premier, and later accompanied liiiu
to Ottawa, for the purpose <>l soliciting
appointment. Ii cannot be .-md thai nny
of the aspirants are men of exo pUonal
ability: with the exception oi Mr. Pass-
ley. nun** baa had any sdmlnlstratlvi
experience, ami none ol those obvloual]
available would iul<l any Strength to th,
government, or aid to rehabilitate it In
public opinion.
Under the circumstances Sir Wilfrid
may easily he pardoned for takini*; n
long look before he commits lilinsell
to any appointment He probably ap*
predates as thoroughly as any e* * thi
fad that his cabinet has declined seriously in ability and respectability sine*
18H0, and that tho country looks to ninl
to restore It. It cannot be thai the Liberal party Is so utterly deficient in men
of ability that the choice of soma ol bli
latest colleagues was breed on bim.
If he appoints more of the same kind
the suspicion will be continued thai he
Is not looking for abllliy or honesty.
but for subserviency and "usefoinsssV
to the party Machine.
Hut while delay In reorganising tin
cabinet may be Justified on grounds of
prudence and    party   expedii n<*>,  even
though   It   threatens   the   ellieieney   i I   -he
administration, there is no good reason
that can be advanced for Sir Wilfrid's
Inaction in another direction.
At  the   various  receptions   accorded
him since his return from Europe he
has told with many evidences of emotion huw glad he Is to get back to Canada, how much he loves it, and how-
proud he is of the confidence reposed
in him, and how much he would like
tu have it so reposed once more. Of
his mission tu London he has said little.
The nearest he has come to a statement
on the stand he took at the imperial
Confer* nee. is the repetition of his
meaningless expressiun, ���imperial unity
with local autonomy." There has beeu
uu defence, not even by mere statement, ol his attitude of blank negation
nil,ch foiled every effort at progress
made by the representatives of the
younger   colonies.
Sir Wilfrid was fond of meeting every
new auggestlon which seemed to him to
I*, iioiug too far" towards strengthening the ti.* of Kmpire, that the question
hud nut been considered and lhat he*
had nu authority from the parliament
of I'anada to commit the liouiinioii to
any undertaking, it might have occurred, probably did occur to many, that
II all the delegates were to take similar views the conferences must be for-
ever futile. None of the delegates
e.uld have had plenary Instructions on
ali ib,* issues that might be raised at
.-*ucU a conference, and no other colonial premier could be any safer than Sir
Wilfrid Laurler In declaring what he be-
lives to be lhe views of the majority of
nis 1,1 low -country men.
Hut. If he declined to commit Canada
to any forward step, his actions havu
ini'loubtedly had the effect of committing her to a retusal which has certainly never been authorized by the Canadian parliament or people. He haa represented Canadians, not only to the
lir.tish ministers and people but to the
representatives of all the sister colonics,
as unwilling to contribute anything to
ihe* cost of maintaining the royal navy,
the first arm of the defensive forces of
the Empire.
Ills logical defence of his attitude is
that Canada, being a self-governing nation, its parliament cannot vote money
beyond Its own control, into channels
from which a detailed account of Ita expenditure cannot be given to the people's representatives In parliament. The
reasoning Ib weak even If it were honest. Parliament does, as a matter of
fart, vole very considerable sums be-
\ond its own control. Kvery grant In
aid of any kind Is so voted. If Sir Wll-
The despatches from London reporting the final disposal of the Canadian
provincial subsidies bill, were neither
very full nor very clear. The following
article frum the Mail and Empire contains an explanation:
"Sir Wilfrid Laurier's attempt to
make the Canadian constitution rigid
in the matter of providing for the participation by the provinces in the accumulated revenues of the Dominion has
not been successful. From his bill fur
the amendment of the British Nunh
America Act the Imperial Government
struck out the words "final aud unalterable," which had ben inserted to bar the
provinces' right of petition for increased subsidies. The Colonial Secretary was led to obliterate these words
by the representations of Hon. Richard
McBnde, Premier of British Columbia,
who deemed tbe present appurtionment
of Dominion funds to be peculiarly inequitable to his province.
"Lord Elgin and Mr. Winston Churchill were impressed by the cogency of
Mr. McBride's reasoning and the House
uf Commons passed the bill in the form
tu which they had accordingly altered
it. Mr. Fielding's objections were heard
but the British Ministers could not see
any force in them . When Sir Wilfrid
Laurier returned from the continent to
London he lost no lime in letting the
Imperial Government know his high will
un the matter, and appears to have
shown his displeasure at the presumption of the Colonial Office and the
House In varying from the letter of his
dictated measure. The bill was then
before the Lords, and to humor the uf-
fended great man the Colonial Secretary attached as a schedule to the bill
the address of the Dominion Parlia
ment. In this address occur ihe words,
"final and unalterable." With this post-
cript the bill was passed by the House
of Lords, sent back to the House of
Commons and there readopted. The
change may be pleasing to the Canadian Government and It cannot make any
difference to the Imperial Government,
for It is the latter and not the former
that has carried its point. The schedule
Is there for anyone who cares to read It,
but the intent of parliament is contained in the body of the act, wherein
can be found not a word to discourage
any Canadian province from petitioning for a rearrangement of the Dominion grants nor to restrain any Canadian
Gavernment from acting on such petition. The schedule is Sir Wilfrid Laurier's part of the act, and the body of
the measure is  Mr.   McBride's.
"British Columbia's premier ts to be
congratulated on this outcome of the
reference to the imperial authorities.
In London he was the sole advocate of
the provinces' liberty of petition, and he
had against him the influence of the
Dominion Government, actively exerted
by Sir Wilfrid Lauri - and Mr. Fielding. But their cause was too weak to
prevail with a British Government, having regard to the people's rights and
having respect for common sense. No
British Parliament will take away any
lundamental right of a British people,
and no British Parliament can limit the
action of any future British Parliament,
and ll would he preposterous to suppose
lhat one would make even a pretence
of doing so at the bidding of Sir Wilfrid
Laur.er."
One of Nelson's Pretty Home Cottages of 2 bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom: hot and
cold water; large basement. Nice view
of lake. $1,600, $900 down; balance on
easy term* Certainly a snap. Apply to
J. R. B., Dally Canadian.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Nelson Land IMatrlct    DUtrlct of Wi
Take notice that Henry Reichert
prospector, intends to ai p;
a Kootenay.
of  Nelson, B
r   *. !-pe(;ial  li-
r from lhe foi-
01 nee lo cut anil carry away timl*
lowing described lands;
No 6- Commencing at a pott plumed near lhe
northeast corner post of Ti'iit*-: I-nence Vo 9J&6
and marked Henry Heichen u-Tihwest corner-
post So 6, thence HO chain** ��i.>'.uh. thence 80
ennuis eas<, thence BOchame north, thence no
chain's weat to place of eoinmencement.
Dated July 26th, 19U7.
No. 7. Commencing at a poet j ianted near the
northwest corner post of timber licence No -W65
and marked Henry Reichen *. west corner post
No 7. thence 180 chains east thence 40 chains
north, thence 160 chains west, theace 40 chains
south to point of commencement.
Dated July 26th. ISO..
No. 8. Commencing at a pott planted on Monument creekabout 70 chain**- more or leas from
wbere Monument creek empties into Lemon
creek and marked Henry Keieheri northeast cor-
nerpost No. 8 iheuce 160 chain* south, thence 40
chains wesi. thence 160 ehalus north, theuee 40
chains east to place of commencement.
Dated July ftlb. 1W7 Hinry Kkhhirt.
I*ocator.
FRED IRVINE
Bat gains in
Embroidery
Wash Belts
100 Doz. Fancy White Wash Belts
Regular Price 50cts    *}*5r    Tt^^U
We Sell Them at . .    ^^C    EACH
FRED IRVIINE <& CO'Y
Nelson I^and District. District of Weat Kootenay
Notice is hereby given tbat *W days after date
I intend to apply to the Chief <'ommlssii>ner <>i
Lands and Works fur permission to cut and
carry away timber from tne following described
landa:
No. 4 Commencing at a po*t marled H. A B.
N. W corner, 200 chains cast of the N E. ccrner
of lot No 812. posl BiarKed HLB, K. C corner,
theoce east *J chains, thence soutb no chains,
thenee west 80 chains, thence nortb ��' < hains to
place of commencement containing 64*i acre*.
No   5   Commencing at the N   w. corner of H
A S   timber elalm No   4, thenee north -' chains,
thence eaat 8u chains, thence south no chains,
thence weat 80 chains to place of commenewment
at location post No   b, containing wj acr.-s
I     G,   .-'  HKKMKhl'   *l;> ,   i.i-  ���*.:!*-
t>eo  Huicroft, Ageut.
Dated July Sth.lOtr?.
Nelaou L��tid District. District of West Knou-niT
Take notice shat I'aul August Paulsen. <>f Kit
chener, B.C., occupation lumberman, intends
to apply foraspeelal timber licence over the following de&crlbed lauds : Commencing Kt a post
planted at the southwest corner nt surteyed lot
7221 ���(�� 1 thenoa south to the northern boundary
of timber licence Ho. 701K, thence weat to tbe
northwest corner of faid timber licence, thence
south to lhe northern boundary of lot 812. thence
following said boundary, of said jot we��t to the
right of-way of the British t.ohimLla Southern
Hallway, thence following daid right-of-way in a
north-easterly direction to place of commencement, and containing 640 acre*, more or lei*s
Dated JulT2nd. 1K07.    I'aci. Aiouit Paulson.
Nelson Land DH'rict.   Dulnetol W��gl K'��Uenay.
Take notice thut *H illi.uii Andrew Koss, of
Fernle, B. C hotel keeper, [Qtefidl to apply for
a npeclal timber licence over ibe lollowiug dea
crtbed lands:
No. 1���Commencing at a post plan ltd about
three ml ea u.>rtb ol th�� international oonndary
line, and about et^hl miles West of tlie Kootenay
river, aD'l about two miles u-Tih ol the nortn-
���wesi corner ol timber lUen.e So. nv'.*:, thence
north 80 fthalfU, tbence cast tw chains, thenee
ao<uh 80 chains, thence weat nn chains to point
of eommen-'.ment, uud -outainltig ��40 acrea,
more or le*s. .
Located 12th Tune lftC
No, 2 ��� Comm-ti'-ing fltdim-l planted at tn
lomhi a*t ci.niet of William v Komi's No. 1 claim
atnl about two iiii'e-*. U'otn 01 iba N W corn.-r
of timber UOtmcu No *"7. theuee north 80
chain", th'Tce * ���-1 >'J i.bios. tb-nee south 80
ehains, tlience e��-i * ithalM 10 the point of commencement, aud eonlalnlng BIOMTM, more or
less.
Located I2th June, 1*)7.
No. tar���Commeufing at a post planted mar
Bridge creek, about one tall* e. ��t Ol ihe north-
e*M cornerof WnU>m A. Knu'i Ko. 1 claim,
and Rb'iui I'vf mil -s north ��.f the international
boundary line, the; eo north M) chains, thence
west 80 ehaius, ilimtt ��ou*.h 8u chalua. thence
east ho cbnm�� to the point of commencement.
��..., 11*liituning o4/ acre's, Uio.c or leaa.
Located Uth June. 1WT.
No. 4.���Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge creek al tne southeast corner of William
A hoas' No 3 claim, thence north 80 ehains,
thence out 80 chains, thence aoulh 80 ebalua,
thence west >o chain**, to the point of commeDie-
ment, and containing 64U acrea, more or teas.
Located Ulh June. 1907.
No. b,��� Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge ereek, at the soutneast corner of William
A. Hoss' No. A claim, tlieUee soulh 80 chains,
thence west 80 cbains. thence north 80 chaini.
iheuce east 80 chains to the point of commencement, and eontalulug 64U acres, more or leas.
Located Uth Juue, 1DU7.
No. 6.- Commencing at a poat planted ti- ar
Bridgf creek, at the southeast corner of William
A. K."-- No. A claim, tbence south -" chaina,
thenc* *���������������- 80 enains, thence north so chains,
thence west 80 cbains to the point of commencement, and containing 64u acrea. more or leas.
Located 12th June, iwfl.
No. 7.-���Commencing at a poat planted about
one mile south ol the southeast corner of William
A Horse' No b claim and about two mllea north
ot the international boundary line, theuee north
��o chains, thebee west nj t hains, tbence aouth 80
ehains, thvnce east -��� cbains to the point of
commencement and containing M0 acres, more
or leas.
located the Ulh of June, 1907.
No. 8,���Commencing at a post planted at the
aoutheast corner of William A. Boas' No. 1 claim.
tbence north e-0 chains, iheuce easl 8b chains,
theuee south mo cbains. thence west HO ehains to
point of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or leaa.
Located the Uth day of June. 1907.
Dated this tth day of July. 1907.
Wiu.iaM Andrew  WBMA
Nelson I-and Diatrict. District of Watt Kootenay
Take notice that K. W. Hmith, Frank l-'laim
gan, and A. 8. Elder, of Hpokane, Wattu, occupation ranchera, intend to apply for a s|K-eial
timber licence over the following described
lands: Commencing atapost planted at the
southwest corner, about eight miles from the
Koolenay river, on the west side, ami alnuit
three miles north of the international boundary
line, on the west bank of Brldg creek, nn the
north fork, thence north 80 chains, tuenee eaat
8it chains, thence aouth 80 chains, thcu-e west no
chains to point of commencement, aud contain
lug >-i ncrea, more or leas.
Dated July lyth, HW7. K. W. Smith,
Kfink r'l.ANA".as.
A. B   Kldik,
K. W. Hmith. Agent.
Nelson Land District.   District ol West Kootenay
lake notice   that  K.W.Hmlth,   Frank   Klana
gan, and A   B  Klder,  ol Spokane,   Wait] ,   00CU
patton ranchers,  intend to  apply   (or  ���  vpaola]
timber   Ibence   over  tbe    following   deacribed
lands:    t'ommenclng  ata  post   planted  al  the
southeast corner,  about eight miles  from   the
Kooteuay   river,  on   the west  sole,   and   about
three miles north of the International boundary
llne, ou  the   went bank of   Brldg  creel, on the
norlh fork, thelice north 80 chain*, tbenoe weal
80 chains, thence aouth 80 chains, thence eaat BO
chaina to point of commencement, and conutln
ing t'*40 acrra. more or leaa
Dated July l��th, 1907. K. W. Smith.
Imm-   PtsUUOAJ-li
A.  tt     t.MiKK.
K. W. -v-iii   Agent.
Ration Land Diatrict.   Dlstrictof Weat Koohl.,
Take notice that J��hn Phllbert of k.i
BriU.5 ( olumbl. ^ci.patinn.aX,ftJ*9
land! to apply for permission tn tiiinw ,'���?
lollowlng dearribed laud: <-..mmVn,'i^.
post planted ou the north bank tatttnrA.Vj
about twoattd one quarter miles ���Uttolv hZ
the lunvllou oTLost creek and Salmon "W/h
the Nelson laud dUtrlct, theuee northV h.i'n.
thence weat 60 chains, thenee south gSB
more or leaa, 10 I.oat creek, t&nMOutbuS
aald creek to point of commencement mE!
tallilug 480 acrea. more or less ***���*������*
Dated June 6th. 1W7. }OUi, Philbii:
Take notice that I. Arthur tlex. ^^1,(0^17
tend to apply Iftr permlaslon to purchasf ihi'i"
lowing deaorlbed lands:    CommYn-i,-?\iV��
planted at the n. LeomarotLotloCudLTT
��� ; -   B.oornar,  thence  north 40chaini.XnL
weet achalna, thence -aonth 40 sSff \T}*
.-ast a. ebalns to  point  rt|   commencement 73
eotitaitiitig 80 acrea. more or less. '
June 7, 190*7 ARTMVaALU   ttfOMfm
�� i! : iam Au>kiu Milu  Agent
Taie notice that I, William K. Jarvis-^^
to aptdj for pertnlwlun to purchaae t& SS
itig deHrlMd lands: Commencing at t S
planted al tbe H. K corner ol Lot ULH, .:,: aLn
ed rn.rtheasi corner, thence w-*�����������* r n-tMm
theme south 40 chains, thence east �� SB
thenee n..rlh 4o chains to p-ilnt of Mn3
ment, and eonlalnlng 160 acres more or km
June 7. 1907. William RtotliALbJAiTa,
WtUetAM Ai.'NAoMtt-La, Agtnt
Notice U hereby given tbal 60 *uy- afler date I
intend to applv to the Honorable the Chief t'nm-
tnltaloner of Lauds and Works for a IpOOtal
license to i ut and carry away tlmU-t Irom tha
following dercribed lauds in Meat K<M>teuay district :
No. 1 ���Commencing at a poat marked William
Walmsley, planted at Kokanee (reek Siding on
the Procter extension, on the west side of tot
6892, on tbe aouth side of the West Arm of Koolenay lake, commencing at ihe N �� corner i��t*l
running aouth 80 chains, weat * chains, north no
chains, east 80 ehains to plaee of beginning.
Located Bid Juue, 1907.
William v. .   ���*.<-  t. . Loeator,
James Hubharu as Age��t.
LAND NOTICES.
Take
tend to
Boiler Makera* Strike Over.
Los Angeles, Aug. 13.���A settlement
of the boiler makera' strike on the Pacific division of the Harrlman roads.
which threatened to extend to all systems in which Harrlman is inwrested.
Ih believed to be a matter of a few
hours. A telegram received from the
general superintendent of motive power,
who li in San FranciHeo, Informs a committee of holler makers that Foreman
Carter, of the Los Angeles shops, has
resinned his position. As the removal
of Carter was the sole demand upon the
company, it Is anticipated a reconciliation will be effected at once.
Piano  and  Singing Lessons
Given   by   Mrs.  Winter   Every  Saturday
Notice la hereby given tbat W flavs alter dale 1
Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase
the following described lands, situated in West
Kootenay district: t ommencln-z at a post marked by name as initial poat of the 'South Fork
branch, one hundred feet from tbe Junction ol
Lost creek with the south fork; tnence one-
quarter mile io the northweat corner poat,thenee
one mile to tbe northeast corner post, theme
one-quarter mile to the southeast coruer posl.
thence one mile to lhe place of commencement
June 'It, 1907. Located by Wm. ConuolLY.
Notice Is hereby given that Bu dajs after date [
intend to make i^ ;m. ��������*.,n to lhe Honorable the
Chief Commissioner of Ijinda and Works, Vje-
torla, B C , for a spec lal llcenee to cut timber on
the following de sen bed lands tn West Kootenay
district: Commencing at a post situated on
Blueberry creek, about four mllea from its mouth
and adjoining tbe S W corner of my application No. 1, thence south MO chains, thence west
HO chains, theuee north *0 chains, thenue eaat 80
chains to point .!.*-, ���..*,*,. ..-mem.
I>nted May I9ik, 1907. K. .W Robinbom.
Nelson Land iMatrict.   District oi West Kooteuay
Take uotlce tbat William Andrew Boaa, of
Kerule, B. C, hotel keeper, intends to apply ior a
special timber licence over the following deacribed lands:
No 1.���Commencing ata pool planted about
80 chains east of the uortheast corner of limber
licence No. bOI'A, aud about HO ehalus uurlh of the
northern boundary of timber licence No. H&Jt,
and aoout Ifl miles west ol the Kootenay rirer,
and about two and a half milea north of the .International boundary line, in the District of
Weet Kootenay, tbence south HO chains, tbence
west no ehains, thenee norlh 80 chains, tbenoe
east 80 chains to the point of commencement,
containing MO acrea, m>>re or less.
Ix>cated 14th June. 1907.
No. 2.���Commencing at a post planted at tbe
nortbeaat <u>rner of William A. Boss's No. 1 claim
and about one mile north of the northern boundary of timber licence No. H072. thence aoulh M)
chains, thence east 80 chalnr, tbence north DO
i halni-, thence west 80 chains to the point of
com mi neem�� i *   and contains MO acrea, more or
late.
Located Ulh of June, 1907.
William asi-rim* Hoh��.
Dated this 5th ol July. 1907.
Mrs. Winter holds certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and Hinging. Certificate from Trinity
College, London, Eng., for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conservatoire of Music for Hinging and piano
playing.        Address Box 796. Nalaon.
Notice to Delinquent Co Owner.
To Charles Q. Rlm^-on. or any other person
to whom he may have transferred his interest lu
the "Mav Blossom" mineral claim, situated on
Brown Mountain, two and a half miles wnitli-
west of Ymir, in the Nelson Mining Dtvi��lon,of
Weat Koolenay District, and recorded In the
Recorder's office, for the NeUon Division.
You and each of you are hereby notified that
I have expended two hundred and five dollars
('206.00) In labour and improvement! upon the
above mineral claim in order to hold the same
under the provisions of the Mineral Act. and if
within ninety days from the dr.te of thla notice
you fall or refuse lo contribute your portion of
the expenditure, (which Is one hundred and two
fifty dollars (1102.50) lor the two years ending
8th May. 1907,) logeth-.r with ali costa of adver
Using, vour interest lu the said claim will become the property of the undersigned under
Sec, 4 of an Act entitled: "An Act to Amend tbe
Mineral Act. 1900 "
Dated at Ymlr. B. C , 16th May. 1*07.
JOHN F HABBOTTLK
Nelson Land DtxtrW t DUtrlct ol Wt*t k ��� ��� .-������i* ��� *.
Take notice that ���'���:������ Kepple -it I o., of fiar-
laDd, Penn , jcrupailon lumbermen, Intends to
apply ior a speetal timber licence over the following described lands: Commenelng at a post
planted on Mi-, ereek, on  tbe  west  side ol
Arrow lake, atnl ai>owt one half mile west of the
south west cornerof timber limit No 4877, thence
north Htl chains, thence west St) chains, thenc-
aouth 80 ehains, tbence east i chains to point of
comment nicnt. and containing MB acrea. more
or less.
Dated 1Mb. July, l'jf.'T,      Mooa", KkFi't.K -ft Co.
John K Caijiik*. Agent.
Take notice that 30 days alter date I intend to
applT to the Boa the Chief Commlasioner of
Lan-i' and Work**!, Victoria, tor permission to
cut and earrv away timber from the following
described land, In Meat Kootenay:
No. 1. ( omsiencing st a post planted at the
southwest oorner of tirauer license 4&46, thence
west 80 chains, tlience south 80 chstns, thence
east 80 ehains, thence nortb SO chains toftlace ol
commencement.
Dated Mr,   ,:   ..; J.T. BcaGEfUl, Ijoeaior.
J W. Colbubh, Agent.
No. 2. Commenelng al a post planted at the
southeast corner of application No. 1, thence cant
80 etialns, thence north SO chains, thence ���*���*���..������ HO
chaina, tbenee south 80 chains to place of commencement
Dated May 31,1*907,       J  T. Btrmfikas. I^ocator.
J. W. Colhurw, Agent.
Nelaon l.an-1 District. District of West Kuotctisy
Take notloa that I'aul August Paulson, of Kitchener, B. D.| oeetipatlan lumberman, intend*-*
lo apply for s special limber licence over the following described lands: ( ommeneing at a pout
planUfd al the southwest corner of surveyed lot
T221-t��.l, thenee eaat 40 chains, thence north 80
cLalns, thence east tot** e southeast corner ot said
lot, thence north to the northeast corner of *,m>iti
lot, thence eant t��* the west boundary of pro-amp*
Hon No. 092, thence south to the north bouiidKrv
of timber licence No. 9040, thenee west along
���aid north boundary to the northwest cornerof
said licence, thence aouth to the north boundary
of timber llcenee No 7018 thence west lo a point
due south of commencement, tbence north to
point ot commencement, and containing 040
acres, more or less.
Dated July'2nd. 19"7.    Paul- Auaim PA-Uts-MM.
Nelson Land Dls'rlct    DUtrlct of West Kootensy
Tske notice thst Woore, Kepple it- Co., oT fiar-
land, Penn . occupation  lumbermen,  intend u>
apply tor a special  limber licence over the  following described landa:   Commencing at a i>ost
planted on Mosquito creek, - n   the  west side ol
Arrow lake, and about one ha)' mile west, of tin
southwest corner of Umber limit No. 4HT7, ihenee
sonth HOchalns, thence  west 80 chains,  thence
nortb 80 chains, theme eant 80 chalUH to polnl of
commencement, and  containing &40 acres, more
or less.
Dated Uth July, 1007.     Moors, Kxtplb A Co.
Joh* ft. Caixim, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of West Koolenay.
Take notice thai tieorge Alexander, of Kaalo,
B C, Intends to apply (or a apeclal timber
lleence uver the following described lands:
Commenelng at a post plauted at the northwest
corner of Section 1*2, township 7, Kooteuay district, being about one-third of a mile soulh of
the south boundary Hue of tbe Indian reserve;
thence soulh aboul 'Ab cbains to the easterly
bank of Kooteuay river; thence southeasterly
aloug Koolenay river bank about 00 chains to
the south boundary of Motion li. Township 7;
ihenee easterly about '���" cbains to the uorthwest
corner of Lot tfl; theuco north 80 chains along
the west t>ouudary of Lol Hit; thence west flo
chains to the point o| commeneemeut, and containing ������!���* acres, more or lesa.
Dated Julv 4. 1907. (JEOROB AI.RXani.rr.
tOttea that I.Thomas Harry Wilson, in
pply for permission to purehaae tne lollowlng described land : iHinnienelug at a post
planted al the H K. corner ��>[ ���.���*������:.. marked
N. Jt. Corner, thenee nouth lo chaltnt, thenee
west 10 chains, thence south IU chairs, thence
west 10 chains, ihenee -soutn 1" rhalns. thence
west 10 chsins, theme nouth 10 rhalns. thenee
weat 10 chains, thence north 40 chains, tbSOO-f
east 40 chains to point ol commencement and
containing 100 acrea, more or leaa
June 7, 1907 TttOKAl HaSsT WOMB,
W'ii.iiam alouki Mills, ���.- -������
Nelson Laud District. District ttf Wist Kootenay
Take notice lhat 1. John I^ng. of Nelson, B. C,
occupation miner Intent) to apply for permission to purchase the following oaserfbad lauds:
Commencing At rt post planted at the N K. of
Lot aim. thence easi Al ehaius, tnence soulh jo
chains, tbence went JO chains, thence north At
chains to p��Jiul of nimimu.-emetil, contaiuing 40
acres, more or lesa.
August'2nd, 1907, John LtWk
Notice Is hereby given that 00 da>s atterdau\I
intend to apply to the Uuu. Chief Commissioner
of I. hi id* ana Works for permission to purchase
the following descrilied land In West Kootensy
district, on west sh*>re of I>nwer Arrow Lase.
ad Joining Ixit No. 4948, on the aouth : Beginning
at a post marked "Harry   McI-eo.Cs  N.K   corner
Eost and planted on the shore of l>>vrer Arrow
ake. at the southeast cornei of Capt Poslatid's
i t ���!�� thence wesl 30 chains, Ihenee south 20
chaina more or less lo the north boundary ot H
Fullmore's P. K , thence ��> chains east along th��
said boundary to lake, theuee north along the
lake ahore J-f chains, more or leas to point of
commencement.
May 2nd, 1907. J. D. kfOOTI,
Agent for Harry KeL. .1.
Nelson I<and Dlttrl
1 ��k.- notice thai i
occupation, bridge*
ilsilon   to -"purchase
Nelson \AMA Disirict.  District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Kvan McClelland Fraser, ol
Kerule, B. C, clerk, lntenda toapply tor a special
licence   over   the   lollowlng    described   lands:
Commencing at a i ������-* planted about seven
miles wesl of tne Koolenay river, and about one
mile north of the ltnernatlonal boundary line,
and about one and a quarter north-easterly from
tbe northeast corner of mi.. .*������ - licence No. 8067,
thenee south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains.
theuee north 80 chains, tbence east 80 chains to
point ot commencement, and containing Mo
acres, more or less.
Located l*2th. of June, 1907.
KVAN McCLRLLAM   lKi-tk.
Dated thla 8th of July, 1907.
Take notice that 0.0. Clark, ot Nelson. B. C,
saloon keeper, intends to apply for a apeclal timber licence over the following described land:
Commencing at a post plumed on Morning
Mountain, atiout one mile west of Hmelter creek,
and arilolntng C. C Clark'n location for timber
licence No 1, and about one mile south of Nelson, thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence uorth 80
chains to place of beginning.
Dated July loth, 1907. C. C. Clark,
Daviu Booth, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Tako notice tnat Frank Flanagan, A H Klder,
and K. W. Hmlth, of Hpokane, \Sash., occupation
ranchers, intend to apply for a special timber
Ucem-e over the following described landi*.
Commencing at a |iost planted at the southeast
corner, about six miles from the Kootenay river,
on the west side, theuee north 80 chains, thenee
west 80 chains, thence south HOchalns, thence
east 8��* chaina to point of commencement, and
containing eto acres, more or less.
Dated July lUlb, 1907. Frank Flanaoam,
A  B. Hi.Mte.,
K W.Rmith, Agent for Applicants.
. Dlstrictof Wesl KootOBAT.
���urge kufus Carter of Blrda*
an, lntenda lo appl) tot M r
 e   the following  deeeriVad
land*. Commencing at post planted st tin- northwest corner of ��. Ross'application to purchase,
marked H. VY., thence north 40 chains, thence
east 40 chains, tbence aouth Ai chains to A.
Curry's pre cmplinn, thence west Ai ��hatns.
thenc*- south .*" chains, ihenee weat to chains to
place of commencement containing rjo aerea
more or lea*.
Deled July 12, 1907.       *,���..*-���.���.��� fctnVOt *.,-.,,
W. J. HcifTT. Agent
Nelaon \AMa\ District.   District.if West Kooteuay'
Take   ii .it lee   that George Sturm,   of Billings,
Molilalia.   0    8, a., occupation,  merclmnt.  Intends  to  apply   tor  permission to purchase the
following aaforlbad Land:   Commanalns at a
post pi .nted on the west ahore ot I'pper What-
shan tUarlbop) lake, and at the north west corner
ot . ot 8139, thence west 10 chains, thenoo lOQtfa
40 chatus, thence east '20 chains, them-e north 40
chalm to point ol eommeucemeni, and OOntalO-
Ins
ay .-oil. nan.
'rgoafiKHTtSH.
Nelson [sUd District.   District ��.[ West Koolenav.
Take notice that Walter   McNeil, of Hliitngs.
Montana,! .B.A.,ootrapaUon meruhant, lntendi
toapply for permission to pun-base the follow.
ing described land; Commencing ���i K ,,.,��t piaut-
Sd on the wesi shore of Oppsr WhaUlian(Carlbool
lake, and al the northwest cornerof Lot llfli
theiue west 20 chains, thenre north ni chains'
thence east 20 chains, thanea south N cbaini tt!
point of commencement, an<l oontalnlna 160
acrea, more or leas.
May '29th, 1907 Wai.ticm KflMStL.
I, the unjlerslguud, alter 60 days inUttd Ui ap-
ply to the Hon.lhet;hl..f commlkslo. .| Lands
and Works to purchase the followli icrlbad
land: Commencing at the S. K. �� ' j ot jSt
Q. I , thonce west 40 chains, thenoe north *)
chains,  thenee vast 4n chains,   theme south 90
S5S{fSl^^{��.0OIMWIO^w^ oonuiMm ��
Locate! March -28th, 1907. W. a. Mills.
Notioe !�� hereby given that ���IstydsjisfUriw
I lnteo'1 lo applv to lhe Hon ChlMOOBaMS
ot Ijwds and W'orks for pertnlssioB l>. pattm
the following de-wrlbed tract ot Und m*5l
Weal Kootenai district: Commrnrlog siiM
planted atHitit one half mile north trom forkis(
Hummlt creek, marketl Jean ��� r.-���:��������� -*i y i
rorner, ihenee east 40 chains, thencs nortt I
chains, thenre weat 40 chsins. t*-.--n*. . .:* ���
chains Ui place of commeiieemeot.
���rd May. 1907 Jran ruftva
William Barbock. Agoet
N-lson Land District. District ot West Kootsas
Take notice tbat Frank McDonald. olJ-itSia
British i olumbta, "<���' ii|'slinii miner, inVsadsn
apply !��������� ;*. :rnis*��ioii to pQri'hase ths follesrtM
de��erlbed Isntls: Cummeticlngst a post pluw
on the north bank of I^ost creek and i-bcctoN
mile easterly from the Junciioh of Lo��| oesi
and Salmou river. In the NelsoQ ;��:.' ������.���x.f.:
���:.i.*- north 60 chaina, thence east ��� ekila
thence soutti 50 chains, thence west 60rhtl����
point of commencement, and oontatnlnf *���
acres, more or leas-
Dated Juue !Hh. 1S07. FRARK McDOhl*
Sixty 'lavs after date I intend to apply is IM
Hon Chief CommlasloBer of l��n*1p sn-1 s��h
Victoria. B.C., u> purchase lhe ;;..-������ it '.t
scribed land, altuated In the Weil *������������.'iv '.:*
trlct: ( oramenclug ai a poat plsoteJ oatM
west side of Kootenay lake, near lUii-onia
ptdul, and marked J. McKlonoo's 8. K nam
-(Hist, them-e weat go chalas. thenre oorU ���
chains, thence east 80 chains more er lesi aal
shore, iheuce along lake ihore to point ottsa
m en-cement.
Dated April 4. 1907. Signed J MciiWOK
Nelson Land District. District ot West K<*-ot*tiI.
Take notice that Kdward Fraser ot BUltttV
Montana, V. H A , occupation wool '..'������-'
tends to apply for permission to pnrfciatM
(ollowtng -1. ih rit-.il laUil: l * u.::.- r, ,:.( ��. ���
l>ost y -1.T..1 on the w -t ��l >reof I'pper��'��
shan (l siliHini lake. e> < st ''.e ���oulbfuir-oritr
of l^ot 81S3, tbence we i ju �� "tins. UMlMW
oo cnalns, thunce east uchal .s, tbcnres>uttl
chaina. ��� lo'iu ,��� east 40 chalos. more or Irs*.*****
watt Shore >if I'pper Whstshaoft'srltK"'^;
thenre northerly and westerly ��jom u* s��
shore 80 chains, more or less, te point j! f1*
oeticeinent, and containing W) tAtt��,a��ta
May Wth. H07. IpwisP ���^'^
Hlxty .lavs after date 1 intend to *��PP,T"*
Hon Chlel Commissioner ut Un*l- ��'-! *,,u
for permission to purchaae the follositi*
���ortoad land in West KootsaardJitrw ���-���*
mem Ing al a post marked A. C. *'* norii"*
uorner p��.��t. nniniug 40 rhalns essterlj *m
*.he boundary ot limber llPcoce No. W*. ���*������
southerly bo chains, Ihenc* westerij �� mm
thence northerly 6e ehalus slong tb* �� a*
track to the plac�� ol SUMIHllllllMti CiwW""!
two hundre-I acres, more or less.
LoMtSd this 9lh day of May. IW7.
A. 0. BlsM, LocsW-_
Noil..- is hersoy given that ��j days ��'t*[.^*1!
luiend to apply Uj the HouorabJt lh* ' blr1^
mlssloner of Lands and   Works lor NWg '
Ui purchaae the followlug described lau-t.M"*
in   Weit   Kootenay  district:   Commen'Otfl
post plant, d at the   west boundary Ol WJH |
and about lo chains south ot iheaouth ���>' "^
of the  right-of-way ol the H  CfMUfeM 1
way. and   marked   1*.   A    !"��� ���*'>�����'";"''��*
thence west l.��i chains, ihenee mirth ""���JS
boundan ot the right-ot way o( f-^J^Sa |
railway, thence (oltoWlM Skid OOMWtOtl������]
right-of-way in un eaaierly dlrectlnri W��"3
boundary of 1,-ot M 'il. thence south ��W^Z
cominencement, containing  lui arrn, m""    l
"Dated this 14th day Of/jffigfc, p,^
NoTlce U hereby (riven that tt^jJtCffl
dau-   I   inleud   to apply Ut Ibe HooorMWjrj
commissi -r ot t^udi and Work�� tj> ^ia(
-Ion to pur. base the lollowlngdMPW ."H I
land, situated in Weat Kootj-nay dIstM.      ^
meoolni at a post planted on 8"' '"' mS ,
about one-half inlle norihw-rsl t*o***m>Tfa
edJ.H   McL'aN   K. corner, |k��ies ��*H "SSI
Iheuce south   40 chains, thence *���"***��
Ihenee north 40   chains to place ����� (LflIDBK     j
mZ\i May, 1907.                    'r^-ES*
WII.LUS >��������������*'*���*���	
I,,*.,. ,������l,.* Ili.l Hani* w,l""Sr'MwS'l
H 0- r.nilitr, liiwinl. i" ***f,l'lj JVid-M*" I
to  pun-ham   ihu lollowMK. ileK-rllaM 1
Oonun.oalni ai . po.t pl"P^_���iT|ii,B*g I
���onthMSt vorner ol Ix.! af�� lh""'*'"' ",', , iniM I
r,;.l an,, ol.htjflv.  l��m). ..roup "S',^ JJS
Nelson Land District. Distrbt of West Kootenay
Take notp-e thai Frank Flanagan, A S. Elder,
and K. W. Hmlth, Hpokane, Wash . occupation
ranchers, Intend to app'y for a special timber
liceuce over ihe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted one mile norlh
and one mile *ast of poal No_J, whieh poat la
about six mllea from the KooiTnay river, on the
west side, thonce north on chains, thence west fti
chaina, thence soutn M) uhalns, thence east HO
chains to point of commencement, ana containing R40 acres, more or less.
Dated July 18th, 1907. Frakk Fla*aoak,
ar   aa,   m *������   KLpgR,
K. W. Smith, Agent (or Applicant.,
yvww ��� ..vivuj giT-sn uw 00 .laysafter date I
effattSFlffPl """ rhM '"������in-laalonor
ol l-anda and Vlorkalor pi*rml��aioii i��� ,,,ir,*haai*
Uhe lorowing -l-iacrlbo*] t'raot ol land, a luaio in
Weat Kootenar .llalrlit: Oomjn.nolng  ,1 ,  ,, ,
I ,������;-*."" S&" "r "V* ��� ",'��r"�����" iiut-ii.-"��ih
it���.���,' mar.��l M.rgarel .M,-l.,u,-hl��n-a
IV E. inrner- theuee aoulh Wehal... ihenee weal
SftSS-aiS'J^iSS ��� '"���,,n" '*i������'���"Va i Si
Chain. IO place ���| eommenceinent.
ard Mar, ixn. Bssoasst HoUwbux.
Wll.l.lAal BASSOOB, Agenl.
Nel.on Und Dlatrlet. Dutrlet ol We.t Koolonar
,.Zm}", 2��H!* "'*' '���"���""I I'cKraol Ymlr, Hrlt-
olr  lor""''.'������������'������������'PX'oii. miner, i���,,n",  ��� ��p
Ihnn,    ,, , ,  .  1 Ml,      _1 * '        '"   ' "I'Mlel     I'lIM      IK,
c eeM, UietuecHH follow tig Hald ereek to nolnl
'"  ",n,n: : '  "'���   *bd   containing   4R0   icreli,
Kpwari) rrrsu.
more or less.
Datad June &th,lW7
one \o. "*Zf.
mtA'%w**'tiMSSSt^
 , '-''���n',1��'\1LV,l.e..lelll'>
norlh twenty (Al) chain., ill""* "'....,
dialrict. the!
11*; r i* i    in* **>    . ������ - ��� iii.h.inl. tl!*.1? 1
weat one hundred and .IHJ (l��J) 'JJ'Jj i,,dI* |
norlh twenty (Ai) cnaiiia. "���;"',-���", w|,i ol n��
red K l.ty <1*�� ������hai*''!.'" 'h0,G,I***
mencement   and  eonlalullig W a1-���*
I'atcl the 19th day ol May. [*';��� Winn*".
Nelaon I^ml Ill.lrlel.  I>'��''*"- 0,W"' ^i* I
Take nonce that I'aul Align**'    '���    'inltllj [
chener. H.C .   oecupalloll   111!"1'"��� ,i, |all��|
t,.��p,,l, lor permla.ion to �����""",?,���..�� �� ff '
Ing Meacrlliell i��IMUI ' "*?���'m lot No. **i .
plained on th. we.t iNmndStl'0l�� , b������,*dlJ
Ud ��bOUt 10 chain. "O""', "i " ,rrm,h I'"1"",*?.
ol lhe rlghlolw.y ol l'i�� ��'}, iI'-J. P'i������
Houthern Hallway, and H��rM�� ',������,, l������
eaat cornur," thence wtft 10�� ��� ri|klS"B
orll, to (Li aoulh houndar) ���*' **-" I
norlh mill* aoulh BOSD! jar, , BH J
ol   the   Ilrlllah   Columbia   St* n ' ><1(| ,,,,��*
Iheuce lollowlng aald Ikoi    �� ),'    ������, SOT.
way, In an eaaierly nrsrtlOB UW>t ���, ,.|,��11
ary ..( lot No. Ml, l,'r"'Z,.Tu,<..<<*���''   '
commoncemont, and eontalulin
'"l\'.":i una ISth day MWJ; **,���!.#
n.^leelTi^-Ir^lV'-,.' '"',*S?S! &MK
intend lo apply lo iho ''" "'A,,,, pei��"*, ,,il I
mlaaloner ol I*��njla �����"'",!l��2$U I>�� ���''p I.I I
purchaae lhe lollowlng ""'.., I o��'��;"��� i* I
Jllnale 111 Weal ��"���"*-"'��>: '..��. n""' .'||l,�� I
al a poal planled on I-laeer I "' k���. W'��", I
tluence wllh Hummlt "Kji"',*,���il. <�� { !, [
Harbour*. N. W. corner, II i';,,,,��� W���*,, I
thenee e..t 40 chain". W��J , Vnim'"''' , '
Ihenc. Wo.l ��l ohaio.to pi.' jt1 ' llX gljSW
J3rdM.yllW7. *""" The Dafly Canadian
Prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
The BACON We Sell
It Gives Satistaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured ami  Smoked.    Our Horns  Are
Excellent   Also.    AH   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
INEl-^SOlN, B. C-
TIMBER NOTICES.
.   ,    v���.ie�� ia nrrehy   given   that 30 days
I     S" ',       * ,,,n h) 1.,  a�� *lv In  Hi���  l*lilt-l  Oom-
,,,,,  ,,���,.   . ,1,1   Jd 1*     aPI   ft. ,or   ���       ���.,.,.,
1 Bl��lnner. "I   '���������*'"'*",|,���|n.r |r���ni the  lollow
Bltualed   OO   the   .outheaal
I- ,.',.,7,* and lurry "I'lm'her'lrom the   [illow
liceuae t,.   "'""V.    ,f,�����iert   on   lhe   aoulh*��������,
a',j;";'::',;,l,.n";'iver".,i.,, i*..*-.-.,.- w��t
���,,, ���, ��,��,����� "-.'"������,, ,t�� p,���i placed about
Kooww:   lommin  Ihfcaiapj     J  ���,,,, ���R  M
" ""''*���?'',���',    ,*>1   .���..mar."  Iheuce no  ehalna
K��'a" the     ����� , hai"   '-   ""-���,"*'-* �� r"*1""
���gSSS'on th-sHU. ��ay ^'^JMI.
H   M. KlKvits, IxK-aUir-
..     ,    RntlM   ll   hereby   Riven    Hist   80   days
KiloV     an*    *.rr>"llinher from lhe Mln--
1 ;.-."".*���,.���.! Ol Boh l>��l Or***! mark.-. "It M
I Kaa'.M-a No. ! anulhweal corner, thenee *
1 , i *f. eerih tl,. nee *l i,.,n> i*aal. theme HU
jSSS Sh.' ��S5J�� ""*������-*" weatlopl-aeeol
1 T!SSd��*l 10-h d.r o. Jane. I��U.
a. M. KlKvas. I��cator.
| N.l.,,-1 Uml Histrict.   District ol West Kootenay
Tste   DOUOS   that    '04009   Keeth. ol   Spokane,
Wul,   oo opatloo, miner, intends to apply Ior s
IanM'ia limUr licence oaot the following de
S^-UiU CommMwlag "* (��>��i *����*M
Msni.rtl. id tbe .-.-nter of ths north shore line of
[Houndary Ule  sud   at   tne southeast corner ol
���SSb��Llinii   No    9014, aad   MjkJJUW
���Ceeth's ri W r..rneriMi��t.lheiie%TiiotlliM> chains,
I thenc* east w chains, th��ne�� south no chains,
ihtm* w.st  a'elistiiil"   l-'dal   of   commence
meot. snd eootalnfog mo acres, mora orleas.
July W. tan. Jake*. Om
Notlre Is hereby given that thirty flays after
dale I Intend to apply to thu Honorable
Chief Coininlssloiier of 1-tnds and Works at
Victoria. B.iJ., fora special license to cut and
carry awav timber from the following described
landi in Went Kootenav dlutih'i: Commencing
atajeixt plan led on ide wosl bank of Hmulier
etOOM, atMiut one mile soutb of the city of Nelsou,
thette-u ���*���'*>; th >*i eUaliis, thence west 00 chains,
thenee. itnrth HO i-halus, thence cast HO chaina to
plsee of coiiiineiicemeul.
Dated thin Uth .lay of June, 1907.
(,'. C. I'i.akk, Locator.
li. BOOTKi Agent.
|Kelson Und District   DUtriflt ot Wesl Kootenay
Tike   notlre   tbst James   Keelh, of   Hpokaur.
IWuh .oeeupatton miner, intends to apply for a
nwciu ttmbsr Uoehea era? the following da
scrttn-d laiul* ConuacnetDg at a post planted Ki
chsltm north n! Uu- center of the north shore lln.-
pJ Boaodsry Lake *ind at th�� northeast oorner
jpl Umber ilrait S-> ������'"4 Un-ure west M) cbains,
Ihfin'i' north H) ehaUU, tlirme east HO chain*,
(hence Miuth *��� ehalni to point of coinmence-
bfnt and e.-nialmiif, i'-w acres, more or less.
July A*. 1907. J am Eft Kskth.
Noli
���e Is hereby given that thirty days alter
i mt. nl lo spply tothe Hon. the Thief t'om-
|..[u-r of Uadl snd Works lor a special II-
�� to cut and carry sway Umber from Ihe
Winn described lauds In West Kootensy
lot; �� omneoolOf st s pee, plained on the
i hank ol leu Mile creak, attout one mile
i half from Hlocan Iske. marked 11. H Pitts'
iweel comer t��>��t. Ihenee east HIO chains.
���.- aouth lo ehains. Ihenee west IM chains,
it- north to cbaini  Ui  place ol comniuuoe-
i.'-l si.if .f-iii day of June. 1907.
11. H. Ptm, laoeator,
A. W   HTisiis.  i.:'ti*.
iVIsmUnd Dlitrlct. DUUTtOtOl West Knotenay
I Take niilire that William Andrew Koss, of
rernie. h i hotel keeper, intends to spplT (',r
a special timber I leetn ver the followll��K described butt;
'it 1    ' rauna&atni   at   s   j>ost  planted about
imllM-fftlt oftbfl   Kootanaj   river,  on   Corn
fcreek. in  tin-   lusirni  of  W>��|   Kontenay,  and
���jeltig alwut mix mile* north of lhe IntcrtmUotial
undsry line, ami alxiut two miles wesl of llin-
*r   llctni'u   No   RM.V   thenco   south   Hft  chains.
Ibenreeait  R)  ehains.   thenee   north HO   chains.
Ibence weslNOchsiiiF lo p��ilut ol commencement
pul i (irnainliiit no n< re*, more or leaa.
laOtoMrt lMh June, 1907.
1   1    Oamnenctni   at   a post   planted al the
���liwent corner of Willutn A  Ross' No. 1 claim,
a.e soulli -mi chain*,   theuee  west   *0  chains.
Ihenee linrlli HO ohalni,   thence eaal   HO  chains.
ii point ol Oomraenoamant, an.l eontainlnK
.cres, mure or less.
Located 1Mb June. 1W7.
No S-Cninmenciiu atapost planted about
-wo miles went .if tha northeast corner Of Wll-
lam Bon* Ho i elalm, theme south ho chsins,
���MMNMita chaini, thence north ho chsins,
am 10ohalni to the point of commence
an! emuuiiiiiiK MO acres, more or less.
l-��>cate��l l-'ith June. l��n.
No. I,��� I'nmm-jni'in-i  at  >t  ���   p4��st   planted   at
Koss' No. a
hains,   then-e   west HO
-���'ommine!na i
��� oorthwutoorner <>f wuium
|[slm, tln*nce  north  HO ^^^_^^^__
fbsiui thenre soulli ho chains,   thence eas.    .
jnaiii* to tin- (wn,,i ,,f oommanOaUnant, oon-tatn-
���U 640 Hm. more or less.
i-M-ated l.ith Jane, 1907.
���orth*
I.5.-G
otnnieucitiK   at  a post   plantod at the
corner of William A. Koss' No :i claim,
�� ���outh Ml chsins,   Ihenee   weal HO   chains,
M tmrtli tD ohalni, thenre cuat HO chains to
���"ini of commencement, and eontainlnK OH)
-i, more or low,
Uwrtod Uth luue. lftn.
90 t ' oiniiiftieiiiK at a post planted about
���u* . a? w*tfOllIW northeast eorner of Wll-
Ih.a "*' N" s,,I��l��>. thence soulh BO chains,
���"�� nr�� r*���t Hi. rhalns. thence north HO chains.
KSt *,;"tM��''hs|na to the point of coinmeuce-
TO ��� "!>'-"iitfttnitiK Mo acres, more or lesi.
l-oeated IfUhJune. 1K07.
Mo
���mtn
ii.**.,.
ltlf lire
I online
lUiU'iicing at a post planted at tht
irnernf William A.Koss* No.Oclalni,
* 80 Ohllni, thence east HO ohalus,
*yl c|,���iii*h, thence west HU chains to
imciieenient, nnd eonlalnlng 1110
''�� au.i i.'.th ,n**;Qi lam
f��lhst��7?.SSl?9??ln* ��t��  pOlt  plnnled  about
litniln","'"V��J��l the  nortbwesl'orner nf   Wll-
"cm,. �� '", ���� ,fi t!,,llm- thanea north h-i chains,
nee       , *,*' -'hains,   thence   south HO  chulus.
it aS-S.?nilUP,t9 Uu' P"I��t ,,f commenco-
I Loesb i im'-!'1!11"'"? ftl" H,T,*H- n��OW or loss.
No
���No. ]|
*u miii.n �� st 1 l|"K At n PO** Plftiitod about
tBptif No V ,f.l,he,��",thca��t oorner of Wlllhuii
I'ciie,. eftit 80 ehui'?.'  V.1.'un<'e  "OfH1  m ehains,
jitHn/i!",1'1"; th��*m'u lou'j'i 'ho ohaiiii!
PSWindMntai^l?1 -V lho P��W of commonco-
**ated Stt' Jun"!riiw.H,,ri"'H' morL' ot" l0"���
-S '"lislhi ^','.|,,V!!,'l"'in? ,lt H posl j.ianled ahout
b���11"""! A it -IL- k :5* OorthWMt oortmr of
Npi, thincawfl? -i?  rllll">.   'heiiw south Htl
^">">��. theaoo im Sn '' m.1"Ml rhtnot norih ho
"""'���"in.ini.uiii ,'\, , T ,1,aI��" ll> pnlnt of com-
'-�����.. te,| UUJuaJ, jffi(n> MOaOWl, more or less
���,,,hslii'B*onuV''1olnnK ,il R *��*\ plHiilcd about
V""  A    u,,'1'1 J"   " '��� DOfthWOlt comer of Wll
��*5".thanu wast ��***���?'   Wanoa   north ho
ti^tttX ��� eaiiii.      (""��l"��.  thence south Ho
^'"""���'itViiiem ,'h!111"'to Ul" P"""- oi oomf
William Andrew lloeti.
Take notice that llcnery John Johnson. Postmaster oi Fernle. H. 0., Intends to apply fora
special tlmlrtrr licence over the following described lands:
No. 1.���Coinm-Pliclng at a post planted in the
District of West Kixitenay, shout two mllea north
of the international boundary Hue and alxrut
one mile west of Houndary lake adjoining and
bet��re��-n licences No Ho7*t and WJ69, Ibence south
HO cbalus, theuee went Ho ebalns, thence north Ho
thetiee east HO chains to place of commencement.
Daled ^uneS, 1H07.        fl   .1   Johnson, l^a-ator.
Am>. li ���*��� v.i.i !   Agent.
No. 2 -('ommencing at a post planted about
one mile north or the uorthwest coruer ol II. J,
Johnson's No. 1 timber claim, theuee south HO
chains, thence esst HO chains, thence north HO
chains, thenco wesl HO chama to place  of  com-
meneetneut
Daled June 3, 1W7.        II. J   JOWOV, h*   .i!nr.
Al��i��. Hsckktt, Agent.
No 8.���I'omtnenclng st a post plauted at the
northwest corner of 11. J. Johnson's No. 2 timber
claim, thence south HU chains, thence west HO
chains, thence north HO cbalus, inence east HO
chslua to place of commencement.
Daled June 3, 15*07.        H. J  Johssjk, Locator.
ANH. Hackktt, Agent-
No -t- Commencing ata \nitl plsnted at tho
northeast corner of II. J. Johnson's No 3 timber
claim, theuee north Ho ebalns, Ibence west HU
chain-., thenee aoulh HO chains, thence east tw
chains i<- place of commencement.
Dated JuneS, 19U7        II. J. JoiimoK, I-ocator,
Ann. Hackkt-t, Agenl.
VO*0*���-CommenclUK at a iMiit plsnted at tbe
northwest corner ol H. J Johnson's No 2 timber
claim, theuco north HO chsins, tbetice easl HO
ehalus tnence aouth HOchalns, ihenee west HO
chains to place of commencement
Daled June S, l��n.       11   J   Johnson, locator.
A .mi HackBTT, Agent
*���-'���*. ���t'omtnenclng at a i">-i planted aboat
one mile north of the northwest corner of 11. J.
Johnson's No. b umber clsim then . south HO
chains. Ihenee en.nl HO chaiti", ibence north HO
chains, tbeuee west HO chains to place of commencement.
Dated June li, PJ07.        II. J   JoilKNuw. laoeator.
Ann. Hackxtt, Agent.
No. 7- Comtnenclng at a xm*H plante>d at the
nortbwesl corner of IT. J. Johnson's No. 0 Umber
claim, tbenee soutb ni chain-, them-e west B0
chains, tbence noith HO chains, theuee cast HO
chains lo ptsee of com me net-meut.
Dated Juue it, 19U7.       II. J  Johnson, Locator.
ANU. HAtKKTT, Agent
No. H.-Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of II. J. Johnson's No. 7 Umber
claim, thenee north "*-" chains, thenee west Ho
chains, thence soutb --��� chains, thence east Ho
chains lo place of commencement.
Dated -lune ���<. ' - ' H- J- JOMMOOPt. Locator.
Ami  Hackktt, Agent.
No. 9   Uommanotol ��t ** poal planted at the
northwest corner nf If. J Joiinsun's No fi Umber
claim, thence north H-> chains, thenco east HO
chains, thence south ho chains, thence west Hu
chains to pomi of oomraanoam-ant
Dated June I, 1W7.        II. .1   Jomnoit, Locator.
No li', -Commencing at a p<ist planted at the
northwest corner of timber licence H0T4, tbence
nortb H0 vhaliis, thence east ho chains, thence
south HO chain*, tnence well BO chains to place
of commeneeiiient
Dated June 3. IWfT.       H   J. Johnson, Locator.
Ani>. M v >. ii.. Agent,
ROYALTY AND RELIGION
Member!    of    Reigning    Famillei    Who
Have Left the World to Become
Monks or Nuna.
Nelson I-and District. District of Wesl Kooteuay
Take notice thai "David Henry Telford." Sas-
katia.n, Sask., occupation lumberman. Intends
lo apply for ilj*.peciul timber licence over the foi
lowing deetnoed lands:
No 1 Commencing ata post planted about 8
chains north ol the northwest corner of Timber
Limit U-M.Wee-1 branch of Little Hlocan river.
Wesl Knotenay, thence west HO chains, thence
iouth HO chains, thenee esst HO chains, thence
north ho chains to point of commencement and
containing Mn acres, more or less
Dated July nth, 11K)7     David Dinky Tklpobd.
No. 2 CommenclUK a post plauted on the east
bank of Cougar creek, and on the north boundary <>f tlm tier limit *U4, west branch of Little
Hlocan river, tbenee north IfiO chains, thenee
east 40 chains, tbence south 1��> ehalna, thenre
west 4()chaliis to plan of commencement, and
containing MO acres, more or Lett.
Dm led July loth, IWI7.  Dvvin Hknhy Tn.FoKl).
No :i ComineueliiK at a posl planted on bsnk
ol Kusslc creek. Hbout M chains south of the
south boundary 0| timber limit Bl-tl.Wakt branch
of Little Hlocan river, thcucc west Mil chains,
thence south N cbalus. Ihenee east ho chains,
il iv north ho chains to the polut of commencement and containing fvh) acres, moro or
less.
Date.; July llth. 1007, Daviu Hknhy Tki.fohd,
No I Commencing at a post planted ahout R
chains cast from east hank of Unssle creek, and
on the weat boundary ol limit 8,  thence  wesl HO
ohalna, thenee ionui 80 chains, thenea east ho
chains, thenee north Hu chains to point of commencement, and eontainlnK 04" acres, more or
less.
Dated July llth, HM7. Daviii Hknry Tsi.roaii.
No. Li.    Commencing at a lost  planted   about
���in ohalni wesi  ol Qooaa Oreat and about six
mllea from Its mouth at BlOOMI Klver, said posl
Is about III chains west from D It Telford's Umber appllcHtlon No. 11, ibence east 10 chains to
timber application No. 11, thence north 160
���hiilfiN, thence west 40 chains, thence south 100
Ohalna*- to point of commencement, aud contain
iiik 0<io mci'ck, more or less
Dated July 17th, 1007. Davu. Hknhy Tblf'-ihd.
No. 14. Commencing at a poll planted al the
southwest coruer of No. lit, thence west 40 chains,
ihenee north I on chains, ihenee cast 40 chains,
thenoe south 180 chains to point of commeneemeut, nnd containing ��lo acres, moro or less
Dated July 17th, llluV   Daviu Hknky I Ki.Fnan.
A. Milton, Agent.
Nolsou Land District.   District of Weat Kooluiuiy
No. I
Take notice that J K. F. Rtowitrt, Ol t-olllng-
woo i. Onto occupiition lumberinati. lntenda to
apply for a si.eela', timber li-lenoe ont the following described 'amis: Cnuimenulug atapost
planted on a imall slrcam about one mile south
ot (.olmnblii Klver near the head wateisol t;ran-
Ita Crcclt, marled J. K. 9, Hlcwart's N, K. Angle
poit, theuee north 4u Ohalttli thenee west 40
i-biilns tbenee south Id chains, thence west 20
ahalOBi thenee soiuh 15 chain*, theuee eawl 80
ehnins, thenue north 66 chains, thence west'JO
Ohalni to p nee of eommeucement. containing
ivui ni'ie-, more or lesa.
July IMrd, IwW, Jamks R. F. Htiwakt
Nelson Land District.   Dlatrlet of Wett Kootenay
No. 2
laae  notice that .1 .It. F.  Stewart, of  Colling-
wood. Out,, occupation lumberman, lntendi to
apply lor a Bpeolal Umber licence over the following ileserlhed lands: Comnifalietug at a pout
planted on the south side ot a small creek due
wust uf i lo- Mouulatn Meadow mine, about 80
chalua east oi Uninlle -reck murked J. H. F,
Slcwart's N. K  angle post, Ihenee easl iti chains,
thenoe soulh w ohaina, thenee west -ao chains,
tbence south JUcbnlns, tbenee west Hi chains,
thence mirth 7f. ebiilUN, thence oust Ml chains,
thetiee south 90 chains tn pUce of commencement conlntnlug titO ai^rcs nunc or lean.
July lilth.HHn, '���"" �� * a
Jamm R. F. BBBWAaT,
The lateHt m��mber of a reigning family tu embru.ee a religious life U the
Prince of Loewensteln-Werthelm, who
lues ju: t gune Into u monaatery. He la
well known through his long activity In
opposition to duelling. He la now 74,
and when one conBltlers how powerful
an attraction monastic life haa had for
his family it does not appear surprising
that be took the step. His only sister
aud two of his daughtera took up conventual life long ago. His sister, Princess Adelbold Loeensteln, Is the widow
of the Infante Miguel, once a pretender
to tbe throne of Portugal. His sou, the
Duke of Uragauza, has just announced
that he will also make a claim to the
throne of tbat disturbed country.
Among other religious members of
reigning families is Prince Max of Saxony, brother of the signing king .who
is professor of canonical law and liturgy at the University of Freiburg.
With the exception of those named only
side branches of the reigning families
are to be found In religious life. The
conslstorlal counsel of the Cathedral of
St. Stephen in Vienna Ib Count Arnold
zur Lippe, a cousin of the reigning
branch of that dynasty. Among the
members of tbe famous although politically unimportant family of Uchten-
Htein In Vienna who have gone Into the
church are Prince George, who as Father Ildeson has become a member of
tbe llenedlctine Order at Prague, and
Princess Henrlette Lichensteln, who.
under the name of Adelgudls, has gone
into the Henedictlne convent at Sml-
chow In Bohemia.
Among the so-called mediatized families there are many more examples .although they are all Catholics. One may
search in vain for a Protestant dignitary who has gone Into the religious
life. Prince Frederic de Croy, who was
not long ago a very lively young officer of the guards at PotBdam, is now
a priest in the service of the Pope Two
members of the Hohenlohe���Schllllngs-
fuerst family have recently become
priests. One, Prince Philip, who formerly held a high political post, Is now
a llenedlctine father, and Prince Karl
Klgon, who Is harely out of his teens,
bus become a secular priest in the dio-
Take notice that John Roaa, of Fernle, B. C,
hotel-keeper. Intends toapply for a special i.'m
hot licence over the following deacribed landi:
1. *'omtuciieiug ata poit planted In the Dlitrlct of Weat Kootenar. Nel��on Mining Division,
on the uorth fork of the south fork of I-osl creek,
about five milea up ereek from where two forks
meet and about alx mllea north of tha International Boundary Line aud about twenty-eight
mllea weat of kootenav River, theiue eaat .so
chains, thenee north 00 chaina, thenee weit BO
chains to bank of aald ereek, thenea down itream
lo ptice of commencement.
J. Ross, Locator,
2 ('ommencing at a poit planted at the south
weat corner of J, Ron's No. 1 location, thence
weat tto chains, thonce north ho chaini, thence
eait Vi chaini more or leas io bank of laid creek,
then.e down stream to plaoe of commencement.
J. Kohh. Locator.
3. Commencing at a post planted ator near
the -southwest oorner of J. Rou's No 1 location,
thence weit 80 ehalni, tbence south SO chains,
thence enst SO chaini, moreor less, to said creek,
thenee up itream to place of beginning
JT Hobs, Locator.
a. Commencing at a post planted it or near
Um southweii corner of J Roii'i No. 1 location,
then-e east 80 ehalni, thence iouth 80 chains,
tbauce west 80 chains, more or leu, to bank of
"aid creek, thence up itream to place of com-
���wnccmviit.
J. Rois, Locator.
S. Commencing at a post planted about two
aitles south of tbe southwest corner of J. Rois ���
So. 1 location, on the north fork of the iouth
-fmfc of L .at creek, and about four miles up
HUftm, from where the two forki meet, thence
��� -aat 80 chaini, thenoe uorth 80 ohalni, thence
weat 80 cbains, more or leu, to bank of laid
���-reek, tbenee down stream to place of commence-
J. Hoai, Locator.
*������>. Commencing at i poat planted at, or near,
tne aoulhwcst corner of J. Kois'a No. 6 location,
���em Lost creel, thence west HO ohalni, thenoe
���woTth 80 chains, thence ��0 chaini eait, more or
leaa, to bank of -aid creek, thence down stream
ta Jul*.'.' of eommeucement.
Lxncated JMh June, 1007.
J. Rom, Locator.
Velinn Uud DUtrlct. District of West Koolenay
Take   notice   that    A.  L.   Heading   of   Arrowhead   H   C, occupation, carpenter,   lntenda to
poiVfora^a'cial   timber  license  over  lhe fob
low ngdescribed lands:   Commencing  at a poat
anted ��i chains south of 8. K. corner of bja %'
&t\ thence south 80 chains, ����������* ""'"LSSi'S
-hence north 80 chains,  thence weit 80 chaini la
,-.,1,m   nf commencement.
'���i'jl'.mi'i.wirt UlHlrlcl.   Dl.trlol ol Weit Koo-��nay
Tak"  iwllct, that A. t.  Kcadlnii, oI.A.row-
lieatl, K 0., tM-mination, carpenter,Tntendi to ap-
ply tor a .pedal timber licence over the lol
lowing ,!�����*.*rll,,*<l land.: Coinmenclug at a
po.t plantetl 80 chain, (touth of A. 1.. Reaillug'a
.-orner post No. 1. thence .outh 80 ehalni, thence
��� aat 80 chain., thenoe north 80 chain., thenoe
wet 80 chain., to point ot commencement.
June 28th 1907.     Ah,Hint LatmtNCi Kkauino.
Claim No. S.
.Neiaou i.uu.l District. District of We.t Kootenay
Take notice that A. L. Heading, ot Arrowhead, B. Ot, occupation, carpenter, intend, to
Mpply lor a npectal timber license over the followlug described lands: Commencing at a post
idanled 60 chain, south of N.K. cornerof A. L
Itcaillng's claim No. 1, thonce south 180 chsins,
.hence east 40 ohalns. thence north 160 chains,
Hi.������,*,> west 40 chains to point of commencement.
Julie '28th, 1907.      ARTHUR LAURKNCK KlADIMO.
.Halm No  4.
Nelxon Land Dlatrlet. District ol West Kootenar
Take_notlce   that A. I..   Reading, of  Arrow-
hoarl. B. C., ocoupatlon, carpenter. Intends to
apply lor a speclaf timber license over the lol-
lowing described lands:   Commencing at a post
nUn'tcd 40 chains south ol tt.E. cornerof A. L.
Heading's claim No S, thonco south 180 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thonee north 160 chains,
I hoove west 40 Ohalns to polntol commencement.
June 28th. W07.   Arthur *Laurbhc�� Rraoiho.
Nci'���uNuind District. Dlslrloi ol Wesl Kootenay
Take notice that A I. Reading, ol Arrowhead, B. c., occupation, carpenter, Intends to
annlv lor a spoclal llmlwr license over the lollowlng deacrlhcd land.: commencing at apoal
Plantod 40 chains aouth of N. K. corner ot a L.
It,*���,1lng ** cla*m No. 4, tnence soulh nil ciialns.
thence cast 40 chains, thenue north lOOShalna,
thence west 40 chains to point ol commenoo
ffSnS 29th, 1907.    ARTHI'R 1.AIIK��NC1  liSADIHO.
Nelaon liuii District.  District of West Koolenay
Tike notice   lhat A. L. Reading, ol Arrow-
hoa,l,B.  c., occupation,, carpenter, intends to
cese of 81ebenburgen. There Is of
course a long list of young women who
have taken the veil, and among the
most recent Is the beautiful Marie
Schwarztenberg, daughter of the prince,
who hit*, become a Benedictine nun. Sister Maria Wolslawa, the daughter of
Prince Lobkowltz, has Just entered a
convent, and so have three sisters of
Prince UenburgBlrsteln, whose mother
wan the archducheBS of Austrla-Tos-
cana.
NEW  USE FOR GYROSCOPE.
Supplementary to Compass for Use on
Battleships.
The mariner's compass occasionally
falls of Its purpose in these days of iron)
ships and cargoes of magnetic nature.
This especially Is the case In warships,
where the huge masses of Iron and steel
In guns and gun turrets, etc., are liable
to affect the reading of thhe compass.
It Is the usual practice to make all
possible corrections, but gun turrets
have to be moved around, and the corrections  cannot  always   be   trusted.
Again, the shock due to the firing of
big guns Is bad for the compass. Dr.
li. Anscvhutz-Kampfe has invented a
new form of Bteerlng standard, dependent for Its operation upon the principle of the gyroscope.
This apparatus has been subjected to
exhaustive tests on a battleship, where
amid the Sling of great guns, the movement of the turrets and such other disturbing influences as would effectually
have disposed of the ordinary compass.
It behaved with remarkable precision
and came out of the trials quite uninjured. The apparatus consists essentially of an electrically operated gyroscope carrying an indicating needle and
pivoted within an arc similar to that of
the ordinary compass.
The Instrument does not necessarily
point north and south, but It tends continually to point In any direction In
which it is set, and thus to indicate any
change of direction of the ship. It Is
not proposed to displace the mariner's
compass by means of this instrument,
for Its readings would tend to become
Inaccurate after long periods of use
without resetting by some standard. It
will serve as a useful supplement to the
compass.
Mad Dog Scare.
Stillwater. Minn., Aug. 14.���The mad
dog scare nl this city is at Its height.
Yesterday a valuable hunting dog
owned by Herbert T. McCusIck was
destroyed owing to its having been bitten last week by a dog afflicted by rabies. The young woman bitten last week
by her pet collie went to the Pasteur
Institute, Chicago, and Ib still taking
the treatment. ,
Back to His Cave.
St. Paul, Aug. 14.���A special to the
Pioneer PresB Bays: "Charles Fischer,
recluse and quaint character, has returned to St. Paul after an absence ot
seven years. For a long time Fischer
lived the life of a hermit In a ravine
near this city. Fischer's abode was half
hut and half cave, a curious hovel he
had built for himself under an overhanging bank. Unlike the ordinary hermits he did not shun society nor hold
himself from visitors.
Hooked Bill.
Deadwood, S. D., Aug. 14.���Bringing
with them George Dolaon, known
through many states In the Northwest
as "Hooked Bill," Sheriff W. Mosen, of
Butte county, and Harry Trathel, of
Lawrence county, have arrived from
Warland, Wyo., where they captured
UolBon. They will receive a $1,000 reward offered by stock growers. Dol-
son Is accused of being the ringleader
of one of the worst gangs of horse
thelves that has infested lliis port of
the country since the early days.
.ipply lor a special timber license over the foi-
owing described lands: Commencing atapost
olai ,ed 40 chain, .outh ol N K Corner of A L
Heading', claim No. A, thenoe south 180 chain.,
ihenee east 40 chsins, thenoe north 160,chalns.
thence west 40 chains to point of comuiuncc-
'"Julie 29th, 1907.    ARTHVR LAHWHtCS Rg.niNti.
Melton lind District. District ol West Kooteuay.
Take notice lhat A. L. Reading, ol Arrowhead
d. 0., occupation, carpenter, intends toapply for
a special timber licence over the following de
scribed lands: Commencing ata post planted
70 chains south ot N. K. cornor of A. L. Reading's
claim No 6, thence south 80 chains thence east
BO ehalna. thence north 80 chains, thenee weet 10
chains lo point ol commencement.
June 29th, 1907.   Arthur LaURSNCR Rsaniiao.
Nelson Land Dlatrlet. Dlstrlot ot Weat Kootenay
Take notice that R. 8. I-. Smyth, of Proctor, B.
O., ocoupatlon lumberman. Intends to spply lor
a special timber licence over the lollowlng deacribed lands: ....
No 1 Commencing ata post planted near the
northeast comerposl ol U>t No *��48, on Lemou
Creek and marked K. B P. Smyth southwest cor-
uerpost No 1. thence 40 chaina north more or
less to about midway ot Iho south boundary line
of timber licence No. VXA. thence 80 cbains east,
thonce 40 ehains south, thence 40 chains eaat,
thence 40 chains south, thence 80 chains west,
more or less to the southeast corner of aforesaid
Lot No. 2n4S, thence 40 chains north, tlience 40
chains west to the point ol commencement.
Dated ��th July, i907. R. 8. P. Smvth,
Henry Relchert, Agent.
Nelson land District. District ol Weal Kootenay
No. 1
Take notice that J. R. F. Stewart, ol Colling-
wood, Ont., occupation lumberman, lntenda to
apply lor a special timber lleence ever the foi*
lowing described lands: Commencing atapost
planted about .'al chains south and 10chains weat
ol post No 2, marked J. K K. Stewart's N. K. corner post, thonce aouth lflo chains, thenoe west 40
ohalns, thcucc north 160 chains, ihenee cast 40
ohalns to plac of commencement oontelntn-g-MO
sores mote or lees.
July ma,. 1W7. Jaku H r, 8TIWAST.
I
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nelson. B. O.
Lighted by Eleotrloitj- and
Heated by Hot All
BATES KI PIB DAT
Lane and Comfortable Bedrooms and first*
classDmlng Boom.   Sample Booms for commer-
eul   Man.
MBS.  K. C.CLABEB. Proprietress
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room Ib unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. ERICKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court Rouse
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Tf emont House
Bnropean and American Pisa
MesU 36 eta   Booms trom *�� eta. to 11
Only White Help Bmployed.
MALONB   &  TBBOIIiLUa
Baker St.. Nelson Proprietors
Battlett   House
OHO. W. BARTLKTT,    .
Proprietor.
Best Dollar a-Day Boose la Nelson.
The Bar la the Finest.
White Help Onlr employed.
Josephine Bt.
Neleon. B. O.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM BOBKBTB,
Rates |1 and |1.50 a Day.
Speoial Rates to Regular Boarders.
Athabasca
Saloon...
OORHER
UB ADD
KOOTEUAY
STREETS.
Moet comfortable quarters In Nelson]
Only the best ol Llquora and clean.
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN   IVENS JNO.   PHILBERT
INOTICE.
In the matter of an appl feat ion lor tbe luue of
a duplicate ol the CerUfloate of Title lor Lou
16 and IT, Block 20, Town of Nelion.
Notice U hereby clren that It la mj Intention
lo luue at the expiration of one month after the
A nt publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate ol Title for the above Lot* In tbe name of
France* IE. Day, which Certiflcute 1* dated the
19th September, lasv, and numbered aooK.
Land Kegi'trr Offlce, Nelion, B.C., 15th June,
1907. H. P. MacLKOD,
Dlitrlct Kecl'trar.
ISOT1CB.
Not ct? u hereby ��i vera that after the expiration
of alxty dayi from the date hereof tbe Patrick
Lumber Company, Limited, intends to lubnilt to
the HoborableChlef Commiuloner ot Landi and
Worki a proposal under the provisions of the
'Riven and Stream* Act" and Amending Acta,
for the rltfht to Improve the Slocan river from
the mfll dam of aald company (situate about
three mllei above the junction of aaid Slocan
river with the Kootenay river,) to tbe mouth of
the Little Hlecan river, and to Improve the Little
Slocan river and branebe* thereof to the northern boundary of sub lot 2. lot 7190, and iub-lot 1,
lot 7181 group one, Kootenay dlitrlct, and to
Improve the tributaries of aald riven; and remove obitructloni from iald river* and tributaries, and to make the aame fit for driving, storing, sorting booming and ratling logs, timber,
lumber, rafts, and crafts; also for tne right to
���.-oilect tolls thereon.
The lanilR to be affected are the following: (a)
laOlH 3H.1. 73M, 64.-V), 6451, 615-2, 8810, SOT, M4fi, .1609,
7523, 7065, Sb30, 8812, all In Group one, Kooteuay
-llstrlct: also lands covered by pre-emptions
numbered 46, 103, lift, 185, 148,164 and 570; also
landi covered by timber lloenscs numlmrnl bHOO,
V>83, bbHl, bbHft, 5686, 6C87, and 5688; alio landi of
the crown.
Dated this 6th day of July, W7.
THE PATRICK   LUMBER COMPANY,  Limit���,
by IU solicitor, R. W. Hanninutom,
NOTICE
In the matter of an application for the luue of
���luplicatei of the OertlflcaUs of Title to lot! 11,
12 aud 13, group 1, Weit Kootenay District, also
known as the "Kootenay Chief," "Comfort" and
"Lulu" mineral claim* respectively.
Notice is hereby alven lhat It 1* my intention
lo tsiue at the expiration of one mouth after the
tl rst publication hereof a duplicate of Certificate
of Title mi. 6901 a of an undivided 81-lOOths in
uach of the ahoveJots, issued on the 17th day of
May, A I>.188��i tn'lbe nameof John C Ainsworth,
uud also a duplicate ot Certificate of Title No.
I-..**!* of an undivided 19-100thi in each ot tbe
Hbove lots, Issued on tbe 17th day of May, A. D
leWi.tn the name of tieorge J. Ainsworth.
Land Registry Office, Nilson.B. l\. Vuguit6tb,
IMf,
"H. F. MacLboi.,"
District Registrar.
NOTICE.
In the matter of an appltcallnn for the ls*ue of
duplicate of the certificate* of Title for Lots6,7,
8, and 17, Rlock 2, town nf Kltohener (Vsptta)
and Lot6187, Uroup One, in the Dlstr ct of kooteuay-
Notice Is hereby given that Iti my intention
lo Issue at the expiration of one month after the
tint publication hereof, duplicates of Certificate!
of TUlo of the above lots lu the name of Joseph
Walker which certificates are dated 22nd day of
June, 1803 and numbered 2481 A and *482 A respectively. .  ,
I-and Registry Office, Nelson, B. C.ttrd July,
1907.
"H. P. Mai:LM0P,"
District Registrar.
W.   O.   GILLETT
Contrnotor and
Uullder.
Bole agent for the Porto Rir-o Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail yards.    Rough and dressed lumber, turned
t irk and brackets, Coast lath and shingles, sash
nd doors.    Cement, brlek and lime for sale.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory : Vernon St,, cast of Hall
NBIeBON,  B. O.
T. o. Box an. Telephone 111
We have had placed in our hands one of the prettiest best paying
DEVELOPED FRUIT F.ARMS
IN THIS OOUXTBC*.
Thin is op for a quick sale on account of owner's ill health. Call and get
fall particnlara. If yon have $6,000 we can make a good cany deal with yon
for thin property.
,    S.  M. BRYDQES,
Brydges. Blakemore & Cameron, Ltd.
>a*��^��%^^^^��*^^M*��������MMM**^VMWMMM��W***^a^*M^��MMM��MW������M^
FAIRYIEW ADDITI0H TO HELSON LOTS ADJACEWT TO QTT TASK
0W tjAgUgg
Lots for Sale at from $100 to $200
Prices will be raised 16 per cent, after 1st August.    Buy while they ar*
cheap.   Terms one-third cash, balance in six and twelve months.
THE  FINEST   RESIDENTIAL   PROPERTY IN THE CITY.
T. a. PROCTER
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
MAODEN BLOCK, WARD ST.
We Have For Sale One of the Prettiest Homes fat
Nelion, Sttoated to Falrytew, Cfcwe to the Car Line
Large 7-room houae. Stone foundation and first-class cellar. Complete water system. 10 lota under cultivation and planted In large, bearing fruit trees.   This Is a snap.   For particulars apply to
FRUIT  LAND*
WEAL  ESTATE
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Hare 10,000 Acres
of the
Choicest Emit Lands to
Bffitlsii CoHHnbia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,
10-ACRE TRACT
$10 Cash
$10 per Month
AT FRUITVALE
We offer you something practical���something that will make a
real home���something that will
yield an Income. Every tract surveyed. Every tract near the town-
site. Daily trains; serviceable
roads; absolutely good soil,���and
all thsse in a community, not In a
wilderness.
Kootenay Orchard
.Association
WARD ST.   - HELSON, B.C
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice tbat an application has been made
to register Arthur Hamilton :Bnchauan a*
ibe owner in Pee Simple, under a tax sale dee<l
from K. J. Btenson, Duputy Assessor and Collect
<>f the slocan Assessment District, to Arthur
Hamilton Buchantr., bearing date the "th of
November, A P.itoe.of all and singular that
certain parcel, or tract, of land, and premises,
Kltuate: lying and being In tbe District of Kwtp-
nay, lo th*> Province olHrlllHh Columbia, more
particularly known and described as:
Lot number nine hundred and seventy (970).
��� ���roup one (I), In the DlHtrlet of Kootenay, "Bnn-
-ei Mineral Claim.
You and each ol rou are required to contest the
claim ol the tax purchaser within fourteen days
from tbe date of the service of this notice upon
you, and In default of a caveat, or certificates of
lis pen dens being filed w|thln such period, you
will be forever estopped and debarred from setting upany iliim to. or in reipect of the said
bind, and I ihall register Arthur Hamilton
Buchanan as owner thereof.
Dated at Land Bcgl'try Office, Nelson, Pro-
vtnoe nf "rttlsh ColumbU, thisttth day ol April,
A D., 1907.
H. 9   MapLKOD.
District Registrar.
To Benjamin F. Davieu,
The Bunset   Gold   A   Silver   Mining  Company (foreign).
IMOTIGB
In the matter of an application for the ltsue of
a duplicate of the CcrtlAcate of Title for lot 23.
snd the west half of lot 21, block 81, in the Town
of Nelaon.
Notice is hereby given that it Is my intention
to issue at the expiration of one month after the
first publication hereof a duplicate of the certificate of title for the above lands, in the name of
l.ydla shield*, which certificate is dated the tui
day of December, IWO. and numbered H-MIk.
���11  K. MacLkoo,"
District Registrar.
F. C GREEN       F. F. BURDER        A. H. GREEK
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Gvil Engineers. Dominion and British
ColumbU Land Surveyors
C0R.VICT0RIA k KOOTENAY StS., NELSON.B.C
F. 0. But 145   PHooc Ml B.
Nelson, B. C.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Special
Excursions
To Winnipeg aad points in
Ontario, Qoebec, Maritime
Provinces, Central and Eastern States, Aogost 8th, 9th
aad I Oth, September ffth,
12th and 13th.
Full particulars as to stop overs, etc.,
< n application.
Splendid New Soo-Spokane Service,
-t5'/2 Hours Between St. Paul and Spokane. Catch the Flyer at Cranbrook for
AU Points East.
Daylight service between Nelson and
Spokane including 60 miles on Kootenay Lake in elegant new steamer Kus-
I anook. Fare |6.60. Return J12.45.
Good for 30 days.
Scenery through Arrow Lakes and
Rocky Mountain resorts unexcelled In
the world.
E. J. OOYI-E.
A .O.P.A..Van��iUTor.
J. HOE,
D. P.A.. Nelson
WM. S. DREWRY
A. If. Can. 8m. C. A
DOMINION AND  PROVINCIAL  LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offlce: Bealey Building.   P. O. Box 434
Baker St., NELSON, B. C
INOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
have submitted io the Lieutenant Uovcrnor-ln-
C.mnell a proposal under the provisions of the
"Klvers and btreams Act," for clearing and removing obstructions from Goat River and Meadow Creek, In the District of West Kooteuay, aud
for making tbe same fit for rafting and driv
Ing thereon logs, timber, lumber, rafts onderafis
and for erecting and maintaining booms for
holding, sorting and d��-llrerlng logs und timber
brought down said creek and river, and for attaching booms tothe shore of said creek and
river (or said purposes.
The laniln t" bo af!e��ted br said work are:���
Lots 902, :>\nt, 4091, aud sub lots 1, U. 11 IS, 14 and
15 nf 1,01 4bV2, (Iroup 1, Kooteuay District.
The tolls propostid to Le charged aro *uch At
m .- h,.*'*-"! * ���* he Judge of the County Court
of West Kootenay.
Dated 81��t July, 1W7.
TBI iNTBaNATlONAL LlWBUA MKRCANT1L1 CO���
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BRACELETS!
We axe safe tn Baying that*fon will go  far to see a fluer line of these favor-
in* amolea nl jewelry than we are now showing.   Whatever your
taste tin- (1* sign to suit ll will ba found in our stock and the
price- are most reasonable.
J. O. PATENAUDE
manl'i'actl'hiivu
jbwbll.br....
Oar THURMAN MIXTURE
Watchmaker and Optician
MEETIINGS
it  maiiii'uc'UM-'l   f*-(��i     'HP  fin-pat   tobsico, fl ,n-
rlpened mot dew-******* -������ ��"���'.     it'�� mi*d, full-
flavored an<   e ���������].   .* lob&cqo yoq
W. cA. THURMAN,
fobacco-ni-t.    Baker Street.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootecay Ice, Froit,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFF1C H:
N. E. cor. Baker   and   Ward   St��.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaiie & ����
Next Door to Bank of Commerce
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders -will find it to their advantage to uso our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co,
���Uii-rii-tvU.
Victoria St. Property
4-Room house; good cellar, fine level lot.
verandah; $1000; $300 cash, balance
$15 per month.
5-Room house; all modern; between
Stanley and Josephine; $1,500 cash.
7-Room house; all modern; excellently
furnished; Coast fir, etc.; $2,200;
terms.
4 Lots, best location in Nelaon for a
pretty view; $1,300;   good terms.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER   ST.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning   Stoves,   etc.
JACK30N   RADCLIFFE,
111 Eaat Baker 8t. Phone No. A114
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Denlera in Ktnpln and fancy Groceries
butter, BggB.
Oamp and Miners' Supplies.
SocinDAt    Party   meets  everj   Fndav
p-vaniDB ai h i> w., in vae hunnto' Union Hall
All are invited; anv one alio*
Ui�� .tt-batoK.
1 to take part lu
i. Austin, Secretary.
Old -wurlosity Shop
If you wnnl lo buy or Boll anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on Bale.
All klndB of Dlnuerware In stoek. Patterns.
S7 S. FOWLER
Mfnlcg
Engine er.
INE-USOIN,     -     B. C.
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
Cor.  VorilOn    una   W-ur-d   SiruetH,
:vfcsi ���si*o*>, rs. O.
It. J. Btanaon, Kaslo; li. F. I-irewitt.
W. T. Miller, J, B. Weir, Vancouver;
J. Greenwood, Seattle; LI. A. Smith, A.
R. Townsend. Clubh Landing: Mrs. J.
Newby, A. Creelman, F. \V. Kerby.
Grand Forks; F. F. Seimens, Altona; R.
Phony, Creston; B. Scarens, Calgary;
R. J.  Long. Creston;   J.  W.  McAllister,
Hamilton; \v. T. Miller, h. t. Bennett,
Vftnoouver; J. Waixel, Arrowhead; D.
E. llania Jr., Cardtiton.
Patronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
But Located Hotel la Nelson
Apitrtun nls Elegant.   Cuisine Cbolcest
Civility snd I'leanllness.
Under tha msnafemsnt ol R. B. Noble,
late ol Toronto, Ottawa and
Winnipeg.
Mis. M. il. .Inlin.-.iin. Miss K. Paul.
Salt .Laku; .1*. Benson, F. Benson, Van-
couver; \V .Tlbbing, Medicine Hat; T.
G. Lee. Calgary; J. Mclutyre and wife,
.1. C. Frith and daughter. Miss Frith,
Winnipeg; H. A. Hoover and wife, Spokane; A. .). Koss, Iroquois; M. M. John-
Min. Salt Luke; A. Carney, St. John; J.
Wilson, Vernon; J. B. Rowley, Ba-
yonne mine.
QUEEN'S
Mrs. H. C. Bowers, H. Bowers, Rossland; R. E. Lemon, Hlllsgate; O. Gordon, A. Cook, Cranbrook; J. A. Brown,
Strath cona.
GRAND CENTRAL
T. Nuttall, Frank; Fred Roach, M.
Wilder, H. J. Cooper, Moyle; K. G. Angus, Leihbridge; C. A. Mix, Grand
Folks; J. Harvey, Medicine Hat; H. J.
Wright, E. Ungenl, G. Nodqulst, W. A.
Cvonaon, Ainsworth; J. Bolton, wife and
Bon', -Mrs. S. James. Grandvlew; J. Me-
gaw, Duncan. Calgary; \V. M. Laird,
W; Bl. Clement, Vancouver; D. E. Mc*
Kacbin, Miss llurcliatt, Erie; C. Mc-
Dowell,   North-port.
trkmont
a.   B.   White,   Shields;    T.   J.   Rock;
I'roliman;   T,   Pearson,   Greenwood;   J.
11.  Townley, A.  11. Noble, Revelstoke;
J. Limg ,SI. Leon; P. Harves, CreBton.
BARTLETT.
J.   II.   Mnirhead.  T.   R.   Jones,  Ymir;
D. II. Dniham. Slocan.
ROYAL
C IVrrin, Manchester; C. Atkinson,
Nakusp; G. .1. Band. Woodstock; Rev.
A. W. Iiynuck, Robson; R. LewlB, J.
Bton-B, \X'iiitil|n*g.
Paul's  S.   S.   Picric.
The nnnual plcniceof St. Paul's Sunday school will be held at Procter on
Thursday, August 22.
Will Open the  Fair.
Hon Richard McBrlde has consented
to open the Nelson fair. Word to that
effect has just been received by the officials of the Industrial and Agricultural
society.
SPECIAL   GENERAL   MEETING.
A special general meet Ing of the
. ban holders of the Kootenay Fruit
Glowers' association will lie held iu the
court house, Nelson, on Tuesday, Aug.
80, 11)07, at S p. m. By order,
D.  C.   McMORRIS,  Sec.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Afenl tor TrOMOtt Launches
and Peterbojp Canoes,
Klneat U>t ol Hoals In B. C.
M.   L.   LINDSAY
Fool ul Josephine Ht.       Tel. All!
Former  Resident Dead.
M. Hoover received a wire from
Grand Forks Hits morning announcing
the death there yesterday afternoon of
Mrs. Davidson, formerly of Nelson.
Farmers' Institute.
A meeting of the West Kootenay
Farmers' Institute Is called for Monday evening, Aug. 19th, at 8 o'clock.
Dr' Fletcher, of Ottawa, will lecture on
"Insect Pests."
LOST.
������> wiAui, between Hoover and Vernon
ct'tn Suitable reward will be paid for Iti
urn.    UoDermld & McHurdy.
SOLD   CHAIN
Hin-ftn
V   I'KAHL KCS'BfHHT   IMN.   Finder
this offlM--Kewanl Offered.
a HOCKXTBOOK opnttlnlng a signed OhoaMOoi
IbeBMODQ Relief MlnlnK Coinim.ii>, payable
to *'. tt. Wade, and letteni. Kinder kindly
li-avc Ht Sn Plate Inn.
TO LKT
TWO FIRflT-uLAHB ROOMS, steam heated
t'lv h.niK' i-.-i'iiiT. :ird flat. K. W. 0.block.
WANTED
* PARTNER  with 12,000 to   purohaM a fruit
ranch D.OMX Nelson    A good upeculatlon.  Fart
- - jjL'd on ranch
"MM1"
hit need not ton wtively engaged on rai
For particulars apply T. <i. FROC'l KK.
AT ONCK.
rona.
A Hi'.l.l.   BOY       Apply the Strath-
churnft of children and do llslit
,VOMA"   I    _
linn-''.'.* ri(.   < iiiuaiiiiiu employed. Apply
K. 8. Lennle, Uuover ttreet.
Regatta.
The Nelson boat club's midsummer
regatta will be held tomorrow, weather
permitting. Single scull aspirants, not
members of fours, are asked to turn out
toirght at 6, to row preliminary heats.
Mr. Borden's Visit.
The date for Mr. Borden's meeting
has been definitely decided upon, and
tht' executive committee of the Conservative association has announced thut
be will speak here on the evening of
September 30.
Cricket.
At last night's meeting of the Nelson
cricket club it was decided not to enter
an eleven in the Coast tournament. The
decision was taken reluctantly on account of the inability of several of the
best bats to take part In the trip.
AUSTRALIAN
ROAST
MUTTON
L%rge Tins 45c
Fine For Lunch During
Hot Weather.
"Nelson March."
O. Roberts, the violinist of the Strathcona hotel orchestra, has composed a
Nelson march which will be the feature
of the musical programme at tonight'B
promenade concert in the Exhibition
building, for the benefit of the 20,000
club.
BUI  Miner's Coat.
A report from Seattle Is to the effect
that Bill Miner's coat has been discovered In that city. This discovery ia only
Interesting In so far as it indicates that
William may have reached Seattle after
his unceremonious departure from New
WeBt minster.
Big  Real   Estate   Sale.
J. E. Annable haa just disposed of G30
acres on the Arrow lakes to John Mc-
Ewen and H. Mclnnls, of Areola, Sask.
The property is located above Burton
City and a small portion of It Is already
under cultivation. It Is the Intention of
Messrs. McEwcn and McIouIb to engage
extensively In fruit-growing, and with
that object in view they will have a
number of men to work immediately In
preparing the land  for  tree-plan ting.
Baptist Picnic.
The Baptist Sunday school will hold
their annual picnic on Thursday at
Shannon's grove, "Ferndale," opposite
Five-Mile point. The launches to convey those going will leave .Lindsay's
wharf at '.' o'clock sharp, and again at
2 o'clock sharp for those who are unable to get away in the morning. The
scholars of the school will be transported free and for the parents and adults
a nominal charge will be made for the
round trip. A full programme of sports
is arranged, Including footraces, boat
races, football, etc. This Is a basket
picnic and it is desired that the baskets
be brought as early as possible to prevent any delay In starting.
Bostonians'   Engagement.
Edmonton has recently been favored
with a series of good plays, but if the
future performances of the Juvenile
I'.oslonfans equals that of last night's,
all previous records should be surpassed. Perhaps the most popular
character in the piece, and rwrtalnly the
most humorous, wns a much detested
but neceRsary person, the sheriff's officer Its representative, "Babe" Mason,
kepi her audience In a constant roar
of laughter whenever he made his ap-
pearanee. The peculiar grimaces and
gestures employed by this youngster
were molt astonishing, but they certainly added greatly to the grotesquenCHs of
his part���Bulletin, Edmonton. The Bob
lonlans open their engagement at the
opera house tomorrow evening.	
The Store of Quality
Preserving
Berries
$2.00 per Crate
Fresh In every morning. An
excellent chance to get your
preserving fruit at a moderate
coat.
CASH TALKS AT OUR STORE
Rob.M.Hood&Co.
K. W. O. Block . FkoM li.
C. A. Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts
PHOM5  7
See the New
Peggy from Paris
Bag
The very latest and daintiest novelty
in handbags. They're practical and convenient too.
They come at 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $2.00
each.
You can see them hanging in our window.    Alao notice the general display ot
FINE LEATHER GOODS
which we make In our window Including
Handbags, Purses, Wallets, Cigar Cases,
etc., etc.
W. G. Thomson
S?2^SO.R^  Nelson, B.C.
Prion* 34.
SAMUEL A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
���ill Kinds of Heating Plants In Stock.
SANITARY PLUMHINQ.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooera House.      Tel. 181.
PERSONAL.
Joseph Patrick, the lumberman, Is
bad: from a short visit to Montreal ami
other Eastern cities.
Joseph Walxel returned last evening
from a business trip to Ito.ssland. Trail
and Kevelstoke. He leaves again iu the
morning for the Houndary towns.
M. M. Johnson, of Salt L,ake City, consulting engineer, passed through the
city this morning en route to Greenwood. He Is accompanied by his wife
and tlaughted.
Will  Reside In  Fairview.
Mr. and Mrs. .lames Hawkins have begun housekeeping In Fairview. Mrs.
Hawkins was Mlxs I.lzzlo Chapman, and
the marriage took place July 18.
Bombs In Ireland.
Clonmol, Ireland. Aug. 14.���Lord Ash-
ton had a narrow Bacapfl from drtth ai
his residence. Ollnablry Lodge, early today He was in a room on the ground
door when a tenmie explosion eaiiHed
by a bomb ihatted one of the wall, of
his apartments and destroyed most of
the furniture, but did not Injure Lord
Asbton. who only arrived at the lodge
last night. The game keeper recently
had trouble with poachers on the eniate
and the outrage Ih attributed to the latter. He has also been threatened by political agltatom.
C'.l^c;
"rlr.es of Metals.
New York, Aug   14���Silver,
coppe-, ISMfl;  lend, ��f.,25.
London,    Aug.    14. ��� Silver,    32 Vi il;
lead,  ��19 12s >;*l.
Don't   Wllass
PIT*  |   |   |���f
PROMENADE
SMOKING
CONCERT
TO BE GIVEN IN THE
Exhibition   Building
WEDNESDAY EVENING
AUGUST J4
Tickets  for   Promenade  25c
Seats 25c extra
Commsncea at 8 o'clock
City Band in Attendance.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wholesale and Kotail Deaten tn
Fresh and Salted Meats
Campfl supplied on shortest notice and
lowest price. Nothing but  fresh and
wholesome meats and supples kept in stock
Mtiil orders receive careful attention.
E.  C.  TRAVES.   Manager.
TTEKSOTS
Is ftEMOWflED
, FOR
iTsScEflEirr
Its Business Energy
AMD
RASPBERRIES
WE   WILL  BE   RECEIVING
PLENTY   OF   RASPBERRIES
IN THE NEXT FEW  DAY8
AND ANY ORDERS LEFT
WITH US WILL BE
PROMPTLY  FILLED.
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK
ROR  SALE
Hay and Timber Land���About 40
acres of hay and CO acres of timber,
right beside a It. R. siding and only a
short distance from Nelson. IU0.00
per acre.
Geo. G. McLAREN
Baker St., Opposite Queen's Hotel.
Where Moaquitos Reign.
WllmltiKtim, Del., Aub. 14.���MohchiI-
ioh art- pluyinK havoc wllh tin- delivery
Of the niallH alonK lhe nhores of the
Delaware hay in central l>-lawaro. It
Is learned that a do-ten rural carrlerH
who Htart from Dover have been seriously attacked by the pests. The Insects for a week have dally attacked
these carriers and their horses in ureal
swarms. In order to alleviate the suf*
ft rln��s of men and beasts it was neceB-
sary to jilting* Into the Delaware river
for salt water treatment.
Expect Big Thinga.
Washington Auk. 14���It Is believed
at the state department lhat lhe nut-
come of tin* present visit to tturope of
Dr .Wiley, ur the department of aitri*
culture, will he an Intern.itlonal caller
low in ciriler In endeavor to secure uniformity or practice in Iho treatment of
food   adulterations.
American Bank Transfer.
I'hlcairo, Auk. 14.���The federal na-
ilnnal batik last iiIkIiI passed Into the
hands of a coterie of financiers hendetl
by John WorlhlnKlnn, of Kansas Clly.
Isuait N. Perry and his associates I runs-
f'-ired their entire Interest lo the new
offlctrt and passed completely out of
Hie llfo of the hank.
Visitor From Japan.
Ottawa. Auk. 14.���S. Ilorlya, member
of lhe Imperial diet of Japan. Is In Ottawa, nnd called on lion. Hydney Fisher.
who has relieved Hon. Mr. Aylesworth,
aetlnK  minister of  public  works.
Sherman's Opera House
THREE NIOHTS ONLY
THB  FAMOUS
JUVENILE BOSTOMANS
OPERA CQ.
WITH  ALL THE  FAVORITES
Thursday,  Aug.  15 "Dorothy."
Friday, Aug. 16 Select Minstrel Vau-
devllle.
Saturday, Aug. 17 "Tips."
8PECIAL 8ATURDAY MATINEE
NEW SONGS ���CATCHY MUSIC
Prlcea,  50c,  75c,  $1.00.
Plan at Rutherfords Monday Morning.
KODAKS And A11 Accessories
-     (Fresh Stock Twice a Week)
This is the season for taking photos of
Kooteuay s unrivalled scenery.
TOURISTS,  We can supply you with
anything iu the Kodak line.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phone  81
NELSON    IROIN    WORKS
B.  A.   ISAAC R.   W.   HINTON
ElNOIINEEJ-iS    A.INl>   CONTRACTORS
POUMIER8 AINO
MACHINISTS
latopalrliill  nnd ilohhlng ttxccututl wllh  I i
Work,   .\\li��ln��   und   Mill   Win   hint
Oi-w    ���Cur-M,    W.   ht.
����putv;h.   ��ht���
Manufnuturvn
Contructorif'   *a2,��tft*.
Cornet "' "* i �����" i
Front ttraota.
1NELSON,    13.  C.
�� M.t.l  (
SOl )
���
Telrphone ..
I' ��� ���  H- i UN
A.G. LAMBERT & CO.
MANUFACTURERS     ��   ^t-.U^em,       Ct��lar�� net**,
and dealers in i^timbeiff ^tangles.
Loth, aVloulcHrigs, Doors, Windows,
lurned Work and Brackets.
VERNON 8TRBBT   -
Hail Ordera promptly attended fa,
-al >.! .Ht )7ai. b. c
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company*, Limited.
INELSOIN, B. Q,
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
THE LAST
SHIPMENT OF
SEMI-READY
2-pkce suns
TO Him
J. A. OILKER
BAKI-R 8 I'RH.I-T, M.I.SON.
STARKEY & CO.
Whoieaan* Provlalons,
Pruducti, - Rrult.
JGovernmnnt Creamery One-Pound Knnks recr-lred weekly fresh from th*
"��-.  ***'* H    nhuru.    Fur tuiln Iij- all leading grocera.
Oftloe and watvtiriuaa: tlnnaton Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street.       ... ���*��� Nelson, B. C
Hammocks
Our shipment of these has been delayed in transit but we have
them now, and in order to clear before the season is too     i
far advanced we arc selling them at prices that
should place one iu every home.    Call and
be convinced and enjoy comfort.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited. weiaon
Bwrcl*-
(T
Oar pet
Sweepera
">
-J>
The name
BISSELL
ou Carpet Sweepers stands for Perfection.    Wc sell them.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Limited
Wkoleaale
���NELSON
Retail

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