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^ Legislative JJj
S��P 3. 1907
CmutMan
lU'MK
2.   No. 75-
NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1907.
Fiftt Cbnts a Month
tEPLY IS FEEBLE
liberals Have No Answer
lo Borden
blNG MANY FRIENDS
loiiowncss of Gov:mmentfs Pretence
o! Having Attempted to Stop
Corrupt  Practice,
few   political
I .        [n Canad ftn  history   have at-
J In tlM pt*M than
.,!   Halifax  at   the
Canadian  tour.    All  the
I froni   tlM   Atlttutlc
,,.    published   rull   re-
m and Lhe Halifax   platfom   l��  al-
to    intetllgral   w-opif
mugh-ut the whole  Dominion,    it it*
for  iw-n  the   moHt
itixaa lorernment  Journal  or   poStf-
3t;��ak of Mr. Bord*n as a leader
Jfrnt a policy.      The    duflnlW  and
UanBullke declaration  of  principles
(forth by him at Halifax to be furth-
in  Hits  aeriea  of   public
I ubllc notice  at once
lU'lKinent  and   con-
Lgbtful,  serious   and   pa-
' .���_ :. in speeches and  nio-
:    K)      ��� :��� d   and    blfl   supporters
BMQl   linofl Qua  laht  <-ler-
man)   <��f  the  prindpll
aimed, but in the con-
otarj   LmfMM   and
.   do! ban no ooaspra*
��� aa thej tire now.
��� ��� ting electoral   pur-
i limitation  of   campaign   funds   and
al   of election   potations
been made in parliament.
.    liad the support of his
uV houae of commons   In  de-
isdinE these wholesale reforms.    The
F and its leader will not  be  turned
i their coureo  by sneer*  and   Jeera
P tha alleged  practices  of  the
No reform would be  possible if
I wortt traditions of old  times  were
t aband-'ii.'tl     Nor is it an answer to
I" :    en'i demand for atroosar man-
ad better enforeemant to ��ay to
Uu   Toronto  Globe   does,  that
��� ��� lection frauds and cor
i�� alrea<l>    strong   and   that   it
:. m the power of the Consul-va-
) MCUre its enfnrcement.
iTht Matement  is  practically untrue.
p CeaterratiTei  took  action   In  the
flter of the  Huron     and     Hrockvllle
f>ods and were Mucked at every  turn
ftBTtrunenl polltlctana,   When these
���  were overcome   Sir   Wilfrid
the whole invest iKation to oaaaa
nte of his majority  in  the Com-
Pratecatora  aougfat  for  two of
f* principal ballot switching operators
H CMw,   hut   the   accused   were
I by the Liberal machine and ob-
fM Cram the country, living abroad
ipeuloni from the party  fund. The
"������"atlTe party proaaoutad In the St.
��*cUon    rraudl     and   criminals
I Jail Wen   pardoned  bv  the  gov-
���*�������  The Laurier roremment ap-
P��-<1 a proaeeutor in the case of the
|taUot boxes at Froutenac and
**H, and the affair was so man-
i that the chief culprits easily col
* the country. In the Minnie M.
Won trauda the former Literal at-
!���'"�����>��� Beneral   tor   Ontario   absolutely
P��ed to perform bu duties, lie has
-,,v,,,] bii ptmiahment at the hands of
���n it, ��tUrrt' ',l" lne crltnlnals eaoaped.
T we Prince Albert caae the govern-
m *0McuUn�� attorney refused to
C *���*�����' *e criminal! but appeared
���� eounaei, pleaded KlI||ly w fa#-
" IIOtM of them, and   the  magls-
",1,,,r hit Koidnnoa let them off
a ti1?  nm' ,,aW out of lhe cam"
unds. Several of  these  conspir
United States with
Complicity   of   the   author
up. The Ontario conspirators by whom
the will of the people was for a long
time withstood, while an administration w;ih kept in power by a series of
III glut Ull crimes, are now partially dls-
IM-rsed as a result of the defeat of the
K< ss government. No one doubts that
Mr BoTdeQ .sincerely Intends to carry
out his programme. If there are In
the Conservative party elements opposed to him in thia worthy purpose they
have notice to quit.
The Conservative programme for reform In the civil service by withdrawing It altogether from party patronage
must commend itself to sound public
opinion. When the new system shall
be In operation men shall be appointed
to public office because they are fit for
it, and not because they have friends
in control, the country will wonder that
It tolerated bo long a system under
which party service by the applicant
or by his friends and relatives was the
only claim for appointment to the service of the country. The civil service
of Canada requires competent men and
should offer to them an honorable career according to their merits
paclty.
PRE8ERVE ST.  PAUL'S.
Historic   London   Cathedral    Has   Been
Sinkiny  for   Centuries.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ and
_ __    It la unfair to good men in the
service ami unjust to the country which
payb them, that public offices should
be loaded down with unsuitable persons. Including many who have failed
everywhere else and are finally provided
lor at public expense.
The proposition to place the government railway In the control of an independent nonpartisan commission la a
businexs proposition which can only be
opposed by persons and parties desiring to make Improper gain out of political patronage. Canada has given to
an Australian State a railway commissioner who found the government railway there in a bad financial condition
through the same political causes which
have made the Intercolonial a continual drain upon the Dominion treasury.
This officer has made the Australian
road more efficient and more profitable.
He has turned a bad investment Into a
good one. There Is no reason why the
Intercolonial railway should be costing
Tor working expenses a good deal more
than a dollar for every dollar it earns
while other railway aystems in Canada
are operated for sixty to seventy per
cent, of their net earnings. I'nder business management, free from politics,
the experience of the intercolonial
would be like that of the Australian
lines. Public life in Canada would be
greatly Improved if this element of
politics and corruption, this source of
deals and steals, were no longer allowed to be a debasing Influence. In
giving up the prosis?ct of the civil service and railway patronage. In relln-
-quishlng the advantage which hifi party
might receive from campaign contributions of public corporations, promoters
and contractors, Mr. Horden makes
largo prospective sacrifices. Hut this
Is a thing that must tie done by any
leader who performs his duty.
London, Aug. 10.���The committee of
archltectc which was appointed to Inquire into the condition of S. Paul's
cathedra] has Issued a report which
declares that while the cathedral is in
no immediate danger, elaborate precautions are necessary to preserve It from
danger.
The cathedral has been sinking for
two centuries and the expert committee
recommends that the condition of the
subsoil and the state of the water level
be periodically recorded as there lie
the chief possibilities of future danger.
It is added that attention should be
given to all building operations In the
neighborhood, or mischief of a serious
nature may arise. The committee recommends that a large -:.iount of structural work required In repairing the
fabric bo proceeded with at once.
MILITIA SHOOTING WELL
Gcod Scores  Made at D.  R. A. Matches
at Ottawa���Victoria   Men  Close
After   Victors.
CANADAJN VIEW
Appreciation of Display
at Dublin
MARVEL OF EXHIBITION
NIGERIA IS RESTLESS
Ottawa, Aug. 30���The Klrkpatrlck
cup, open to any teams of 6 men of any
one corps making the highest aggregate
score in the Walker and Dominion
matches, was won by the 48th Highlanders, Toronto, score 7;JU. The prize
IB $20. The next in order were the 5th
C. A., Victoria. BCOre 719, and 3rd Vies,
Montreal, score 714.
The 4:ird won the Gillespie cup. It
goes to the team of six men from any
corps of the militia making the highest
aggregate In the Hunker, McOougall,
Walker and Dominion matches. The
first prize is the cup and $20. The score
was 1,280. The 48th Highlanders were
second, score 1,278. prize $10. The next
In order were the 5th R. S., Montreal,
1.275; 13th regiment. Hamilto, 1,272; R.
C. R., Toronto, 1,257, 29th Waterloo,
1,255.
The Gordon Highlanders' trophy Is
given for the team of eight men making
the highest aggregate score in the 200,
500 and 600 yards range* of the Governor General's match. The teams represent the different corps.- and all the men
of each team must be members of the
same unit.
Dominion Pavilion Described fit Iicw
Revelation to People oi
British Islands.
tr���,
��� ����� aoaped Uj tli
"'" "livloua
wl>u ��hc""i W1'B " Kovernnien' official.
r'l'-Ni:"."i    """'' M��  imnlBhmunt wiib
���W,',!;',   '""' ��"wuMnt    burtnatt.
portu to ,','"'M"'S Wh0 h,lvp 1,uen r<"
Uoe, , ' '"' ''���""'"< tor corrupt ���rac
one,     ,' '""" "darted  with  public
In ,ryniK ,',7,: """"'' *���������>�� UfflcultiJ.
"Mnni ,��� ('"r'"'''" II"' iMlmlnul law
uuim     Porr"l-Uon  and   f���������l
in Mm
l^athuj
WOOeedj   In   the   nexl
OOnaplraay  wm  ue brokeu
Britain's     West     African     Protectorate
Feels Effect of Mahommedan
Awakening.
Drmdnn, Aug. 30���Since the nrrlval
of Sir Percy Glrouard in Northern Nigeria, he has made exhaustive Independent Inquiry Into the subject of native
unrest. The Acting High Commissioner
finds that although the general attitude
of the Inhabitants Is outwardly satisfactory, the majority of the natives, particularly In the northern regions, are
disloyal at heart. It Is reulized by responsible officials, states Reuter's
agency, that the word of a single mnl-
lam is sufficient to raise the cry of a
jehad I holy war) against the British,
and that, with a fanatical population
who only tolerate an alien rule, any relaxation of the strict precautions now
taken throiiKhot|t the Protectorate
would   have  disastrous  results.
During the past   Tew mouths disquiet
lng  reports have reached headquarters
from   the   German     Knmcrun
near lake Chad on  this subject
been   freely   stated   that   a  jehad
about to bo proclaimed.    At the bead of
the   movement   were   some     Important
mallams, who hoped to form a new Mecca nt the sacred hill or Hlmu, one of the
extraordinary hill formations rising out
ot   the  flat   region  In   the   province  of
Huuchi.     One   mallam, who  came  Into
the   province preaching  the  extermination  of all  "kafllrs," was  recently  captured   and   executed   by    the   Court   of
Huuchi.    A  second was caught and deported, while two others who were Implicated   In  the  movement  escaped across the frontier Into German territory.
As   a   result,  troops   were   despatched.
HI ma was ocouflod  and  a Hrltlsh  fort
built on the sight of the new Mecca, a.
force of 1100 men  being entrenched In
the place. In order  to  prevent  the  return of the escaped mullamH from Column    territory,   patrols     were     posted
along the  frontier, and. as a result of
the great precautions taken by the administration,   the     threatened      trouble
Heoins,  for  the   moment,  to  have been
averted.
front lei-
It has
was
GREATLY EXAGGtRATED
Hon. T. None, Japanese Consul General,
Gives  Immigration Statistics to
Dominion Officials.
Ottawa, Aug. SO.���Hon. T. None, the
Japanese consul general at Ottawa, furnished the trade and commerce department with a statement which purports
to show in detail the actual number of
Japanese who have arrived in Canada
thlB year. The statement In detail Is
aa follows: Arrivals for 1907. January,
224; Feb.. 274; March, 27B.; April, 409;
May, 697; June, 782; July. 720; total.
3,334; enroute to the east. 68: to the
United States, 567. Of this number, according lo United States immigration
agents, about 800 are returning from
Japan, to visit 1.270; total 2,693; net
641. Of the 641, Mr. Nosse states, there
were merchants, students, women and
children, and that there cannot be mort
than one half of the number, 320, who
were actual laborers. Mr. Nosse's statement further mentions that according
to the Canadian government consuls, In
1901 there were In Hrltlsh Columbia
4,615 Japanese, and alleges that there
must now be about 6,000. an Increase
of 1,600 In the last six years, or 250 a
year. ThlB Includes natural increases
of population ns there are at present
about 600 women and 200 children.
There are 3.000 naturalized Japanese
In British Columbia. Mr. Nosse further
furnishes a statement of Japanese passengers lnndlng at Hrltlsh Columbia.
ports slnoe January, 1907. February.
26: March, none. April, 339; May, 303;
June, none; July, 1,422. August. 306;
total. 2.395.
Mr. Nosse Is In receipt of official advices from llnwall that the Japanese
were originally shipped for the United
States to work on the Great Northern
railroad and other lines tiers, and also
on the Japanese rice plantation! In
Texas and l^iulslnna and have DO Intention of Btaylng in Canada.
Gruesome Taste.
Paterson, * N. J., Aug. 30.���Samuel
Thompson, a negro, has caused a commotion among his nelghlHirs by placing
a coffin in bis front yard. He bought
the coffin front n iunk denier, and he declares It flls him as if made to order.
He has no thought of dying, and In reply to the protests of his nelgnbora,
says that the coffin will remain there.
Mrs. Annie Wright, a neighbor, saw the
coffin yesterday when leaving her home.
She became hysterical and a physlclnn
was summoned. The Hcv. Arthur Titus.
a negro minister, later ns ked the health
authorities to take action.
Children for Sale.
L, ondon, Aug. 30.���A Koine despntcb
brings a story of an attempt to sell
children In the market nt Avelllno. A
peasant and his wife brought two of
their children, twins, four months old.
and In the open market offered to se'.
them for forty dollars each. The b&btw*.
were plump nnd healthy uud ..ere
bought by a man who offered the prlc
required. He was taking the children
away when lhe police stopped In and
arrested both  buyer and seller.
An Irishman writing in the "Weekly
Irish Times" of Saturday last covers
the exhibition of the Canadian products
pretty  fully in the following article:
The greatest marvel of the exhibition
is   the   Canadian     Pavilion,     which   Is
situated away near the Dounybrook entrance to the exhibition grounds.    You
cannot  miss   it.    It   1b   a   large,   lofty,
solid-looking   building���the   most   solid-
looking in the entire range of the exhibition   buildings.     You   would   think   it
has  been made  to last   for  six   centuries, instead of bIx brief, all too brief,
months.    From the very appearance of
the building you perceive at once that
here some giant master spirit has been
at work, who would have no half measures, stop at no half ways, Immediately in front of the building you see some
huge   mineral   blocks,    some     squared,
some  In disks,  all  of them  neatly finished off.    You wonder what are these
tor.    Are  they   intended  as  specimens
of the Canadian    stonecutter's    handiwork?      Hut  you come  near and  find
that  they are  noUrtng less  than  great
lumps of rnetaJ ore.- some nickel, some
gold, some copper, the  native produce
of Canadian soil���quite a little fortune
In themselves.    Interesting enough, too.
they   are in  themselves;   and   you   see
from   them,    moreover,     with   what  a
thoroughness Canada has come forward
to   the   great   show   of   the   nations   at
Hallsbrldge.
But the real marvel of the situation
strikes you when you have mounted the
the steps and Gnd yourself inside the
pavilion. It is not only when you find
yourself inside, it is not only while
you are there; but even after you have
s[>ent your half or whole day there, .you
will find it difficult to analyze your own
feelings as to which you admire the
more, the native wealth of the Canadian country, or the consummate art
with which this has been displayed.
You see before you not merely a collection of Canadian produce, of Canadian
craftsmanship; the place is not only
like Canada: It is Canada Itself; you
see before you Canada. It looks as If
Canada had been bodily tmnsportedto
Hallsbrldge.
The first thing that strikes your eye
Is a very realistic and lire-size portrait
of His Majesty King Edward VII., set
In a deep massive frame, which Is better
than gold. It Is composed of the
straws and grasses native to the Canadian soil. A work of art In Itself la
that extraordinary frame���extraordinary, too. Is the wealth and variety of
growth represented therein. All around
the walls overhead are decorated In
similar styles, studded at intervals with
heads of deer, buffaloes, and other her-
blvoria nutlve to the country.
The  central  portion of the building,
and facing you as you come in through
the door, is a wonderful glaBs case.   In
this   glass   case   is   displayed   a   great
quantity of best  Canadian butter, and
displayed in a way in which you and 1
have never seen before.    You would say
to yourself, looking on, truly there war,
not a thing which could  not be  made
out of butter.   Have you seen cocks and
hons and birds'! nests, cows and sheep,
festoons and roses, bunches of grapes,
bnsketfulls onf  pears  and   apples,  and
whole fields of wheat and other cereals,
nil of them made out of butter?   In one
corner of the glaBs case there Is a neat
farmhouse,  shaped  out from  the  same
butter.     From   the   right-hand   side   of
the huge glass case there 1b continuous
buzz   and   whirr,   as   of   machinery   nt
work.    So there Is Borne machinery at
wor;   and  then  you get to  understand
the   meaning of  that   Icy   crlspness   In
the air  as you draw   nearer  the  glass
case.     You  will  be  able  to  explain  to
yourself   also   that     whitish    color   towards   the   extremal   of   those   butter-
rose petals, and the combs of the hena
and cocks.    The machine at work Is a
powerful refrigerator,    which    helps to
keep the butter fresh  and cool���more
than cool, It keeps it, of course, as you
have already both seen and felt It. You
walk around to the other side of the
glass case and you see stocks of cheeses
of all sorts, all shapes and sizes. That
g'ass case, leaving the artist out of
the question, gives you some Idea of
Canada's dairy produce. But Canada
produces something more than butter
and cheese.
The place on the whole is at once an
exhibition, a museum, and a zoological
garden���to the latter, the most imposing spectacle ever witnessed In Dublin,
we shall have reference by and by.
There are numerous other glass cases
about the place containing an almost
endless variety of Canadian metals and
minerals. One need not be a trained
geologist to become Interested In some
of these at sight. The great slabs of
mica are quite a revelation.
The rest of the building Is all divided into sections and stalls, each with
its own display. You turn to your right
and start going the round. I need not
tell you to do so slowly and deliberately; you could not do It otherwise if you
would. There is something at each
half step to arrest your movement and
compel your attention ��� something
which you have never Been before. The
co'lection of woods In the Immediate
neighborhood of the entrance to the
right, would remind you of a certain
portion of tic Ke^ Gardens. But the
marvel la by far greaus. heie. for at
the Kew Gardens you have the woods
from all the parts of the.world; here
it |a all Canadian woodjs���Canadian
only. There Is one round Blab, portion
of the trunk of a tree, from which you
could make the leaf of a table to accommodate twenty diners, with plenty
of room left for their elbows to lean on
���and never mind about manners. There
are also lome striking specimens of
bent would, and other finished woods,
after passing through the hands of the
Canadian carpenter, cabinetmaker, or
turner.
One section contains an assortment
of Canadian Implement! of agriculture.
Perhaps similar machinery may be
seen elsewhere In this country or In
England. But what you aee at the Canadian Pavilllon looks aa If they were
intended especially for some giant
vegetation���giant cornfields, and meadows.
From that you go around to stall after stall,  experiencing   at   each   one   a
fresh    feeling    of    admiration  for the
wealth and resources of Canada and the
Canadians.    You  pass  by  the  plies of
flour, In big and little sacks, seeing little in It calculated to strike the eye and
kindle the imagination, excepting In so
tar   that   It  reminds   you that  Canada
does   her  own   growing   and   her   own
milling, with plenty to spare for other
countries.     But you  pause   before   the
fru.t stalls of which there are a great
many,   and   you   wonder   what  an  extraordinary   fruit-growing  country  Canada must be.    You see in jars peaches
as big as turnips, and cherries as big
as peaches; and an array of other jars
containing  fruits,    which     you do not
know how to name.      Two    or    three
stalls   are   filled     with     apples   of   all
known   varieties,  and the beautiful  aroma from them fills you with a most
grateful sensation.    Again you look at
glass   jars   and   other  vessels, containing   corn   and   cereals, and  you   would
think   they   had   been   specially   grown
for bringing them over here.    They are
bigger and finer than the biggest and
finest  ever seen elsewhere.    You walk
a little further and you come to a stall
showing a great selection of Canadian
leaf    tobacco.      Perhaps    you did  not
know  Canada grew  tobacco.  You wonder how it could. We mostly fancy here
that  Canada   Is   a   country   of   eternal
snows   and  frosts,   where   people   have
to   go about   wrapt   In   furs   feet   deep
year In year out.    But the truth about
Canada   Is   that   the   more   you   know-
about it the more we wonder.    Canada
is to us here  not half enough a wonderful country; because we do not know
half enough about It.
We refer to Canada as a Dominion,
but in our minds we still seem to think
of It as a colony. A country with an
area of 3,750,000 square miles, that Is
to say. nearly twice as large as India,
must be a pretty sort of colony. Again,
when it Is explained that It would take
a chain 3,700 miles long to stretch across Canada, from the Atlantic to the
Pacific, It will be understood then that
the climate conditions of the country
must be richly variable. When Canada
becomes better known it will be fount!
that many of the wealthy British untl
other Kuropran folks will go to spend
their EtiBtcr holidays somewhere In
Ontario, instead of going to Rome nr
Parls. The fact la that portion of tin
province of Ontario lies as far south as
Rome.
Itegimllng the cultivation of still.
Canada is mostly known for Its great
wheat belt in the nothwestern prov-
v-'nees. But Canada grows more than
wheat. It has hundreds upon hundreds
of square miles on which the most delicate fruits, such as peaches, grapes,
and pears are grown in the open air;
and It could have many more such
hundreds of miles of fruit growing soil
ir it had more people to cultivate it.
Hut to come back to the exhibition���
back to the Canadian Pavilion. There
Is a mighty treat still In store for the
visitor; a treat which he will not easily
forget, and from which he will not eas
lly tear himself away. Portions of the
building���In fact, it looks as large as
half of the whole���Is set aside for what
I would for convenience call the Canadian jungle. The Bcene Is one of superb grandeur. The light falls upon It
from overhead, filtered through strips
of cardboard scenery, and the large
grassy expanse underfoot is thickly
populated with all the biting animals
of Canadian field, fo. /^ moor, and
farm. There are buffalo ^f tremen-
doUB girth round the hea'u 3tf, chest,
deer of gigantic size, heart, xdves,
foxes, beavers, and otters, ha. */Uid
what look like hyenas, and other�� **&
like jackals, and numerous other qu *
rupeds, aa well as some farm fow.
They are all real and life-like, and they
do not move���so much the better for
contemplating them. After all, you
have the real thinga before you. One
and all of them they are the glory of
the taxidermist's art, but you never
cast a thought upon that. You are
simply Impressed by what you Bee before you, without thinking of how they
came there. Then, when you go home,
you say to yourself���"What a
glorious country Canada must be to
give birth to and rear such mighty and
manifold offspring!"
EIGHTY VICTIMS
Casualty List at Quebec
Bridge
'AIM STILL UNKNOWN
Few Bodies Yet Recovered���Caugh-
nawaga Indian Laborers Lost
Heavily���Many Americans.
DEATH OF GREAT ACTOR
Richard   Mansfield   Succumbs  to   Long
Illness���Sketch  of  Life  and
Theatrical  Career.
New London, Conn., Aug. 30���Richard
Mansfield, the best known actor on the
American at age, passed away at 6
o'clock this morning at his summer residence, Seven Oaks, Ocean avenue.
Death was directly due to disease of
the liver, aggravated by complications.
Dr. A. H. Allan, a local physician, who
has been In charge since Mr. Mansfield's
arrival here from Saranac Lake, New
York, states that death was not entirely
unexpected, although this fact bad not
been made public. Mr. Mansfield's condition had been reported as being excellent. It is stated that he stood the
journey from Saranac Lake well and
that he was up and around his home
here until three days ago. Then a turn
for the worse not to and Mr. Mansfield
was confined to his room. On Thursday,
Dr. McClellan, of Pittsburg, was summoned. Dr. Allan said today that he
had feared the worst for several days.
There were quite a number of conditions that prevented his getting well.
During the great actor's last moments
he was lying In a condition of coma and
did not recognize the loved ones at bis
bedside. There were present at the
time of his death, his wife, hla brother
Felix, his young son, and the physicians
and nurses.
The death of Richard Mansfield will
be deeply regretted In every part of the
English speaking world.    In the romantic drama he had no equal, and his place
on the stage will not be filled for many
years  to   come.     His   greatest   success
Is  a  debatable   question,   but   the   fact
that "Beau   Brummell"  to the  end   remained  his   greatest   attraction   would
seem to throw the weight of popularity
and   success   to  that   play.    There are
many  who   regard his   "Dr.   Jekyl   and
Mr. Hyde" as the most realistic  piece
of acting ever seen on the stage.    His
last play. "Heidelberg," Is said to have
been the favorite with the dead actor.
Richard  Mansfield was born in  Heligoland In 1857.    His first work was in
comic opera.   In 1883 he abandoned the
operatic  stage   and   Joined   A.   M.   Palmer's  Union   Square company,   playing
Prince  Chevrlul     in    "A   Parisian   Romance."    During bis career on the stage
he must have played the leading roles
in at  least   forty   productions,   and  all
with artistic success.    His leading parts,
however were In "Heau Brummel." "Dr.
Jekyl  and Mr.   Hyde."    "Nero,"    "The
Scarlet  Letter,"  "Arms  and the  Man."
"Rodlon the Student." "Cyrano de Her-
Qt rac."     "The   Merchant   of     Venice,"
"Richard the Third," and "Heidelberg."
In his business relations Mr. Mansfield
was an honorable man, but he did not
possess  the  temperament  that creates
warm  friendships.    Whilst his  earliest
successes took place in  New York, he
was equally as popular in Lonodon.    In
the   leading   cities   of   Canada   he   was
very iiopular with the lovers of drmmi.
Cholera Spreading.
Shanghai, Aug. 3o.���The epidemic of
cholera among the Chinese In the lower
Yangtae ports Is spreading. About two
hundred persons die dally In the atreets
of Wu Hu In the province of Nganhwiv.
and In Klukeang.  province of  Klangbi.
Royal Match Planned.
London, Aug. 30. - Emperor William,
it la understood, will arrange a marriage between his only daughter. Princess
Victoria, and his cousin. Prince Leopold,
son of the Princess Henry of Batten-
burg, when he visits his uncle, Kinit
Edward, this fall. Prhieess Victoria Is
Emperor William's youngest child. She
Is fllteen years old. Her Intended husband. Prince Leopold, Is 16 and la a
brother of the Queen of Spain.
Quebec, Aug. 30���With the first
break of day half a dozen government
and Quebec Bridge companies' tugs bo
gan a search of the St. Lawrence fo!
the victims of last night's catastrophic
The toll of death caused by the collapse
of the great cantilever bridge numbers
at least 75 and may reach 85. Up to
an early hour today less than twenty-
bodies had been recovered. The terrific drop of the great steel structure
from 180 feet above the surface of the
river crushed the bodies of many of
the workmen in a frightful manner and
it is feared many of them never will be
found. Many of the dead were Americans, brought here by the Phoenix
Bridge company of I'hoenlxville, Pa.,
which had the contract for the iron
work on the bridge.
Among the known dead are B. A.
Granzel, general foreman for the Phoenix Bridge company. Chief Engineer
Blrks, Fireman Davis, of the bridge
switch engine, John Whalley, foreman,
Jim Idaha, an Indian foreman, Victor
St. James and Henry Hardick, brothers
of New Liverpool, Que,, Wilfrid Prou-
lex, of New Liverpool. Zephrian La
France, Quebec City, and about thirty
Caughnawaga Indiana employed aa laborers.
Early this  morning  row  boats  were
sent out to examine the superstructure
showing above the water near the shore
to   ascertain   If  any   of   the   workmen
were Imprisoned in the mass of twisted
iron work.   None were found alive. Just
below   the   surface   of  the   water  two
bodies were seen, but It was impossible
to reach them until the tide went out.
Both the local and the Dominion authorities have already taken steps to Investigate the cause of the disaster and if
possible fix the responsibility.   Some of
the workmen expressed the belief that
the   anchor  pier   gave   way   under  the
tremendous  strain of  the  overhanging
steel  works.    M.  P.   Davis, of Ottawa,
the contractor who built the piers, made
a   hasty   examination  last   night,  however, and reported them to be in good
condition, although the steel superstructures   had   fallen  upon   them.    A locomotive and several freight cars loaded
with steel girders    were    moveing out
upon the bridge just before the structure collapsed.   Engineer JeBS, who was
on the locomotive, went into the river
with his engine but was picked up three
hundred feet below the bridge. Fireman
Davie perished.    Engineer Jess was removed to Levis hospital  where he rapidly  recovered from  the  effects  of his
plunge   into   the   water.     According   to
hlB  story   the   steel  work   overhanging
the river wa�� the first to show signs of
weakness.    At the first sign of danger
Jess shut off steam, but his locomotive
continued  to  move  toward the end  of
the bridge  which  had  begun to totter,
and   a  moment  later   the   engine  went
Into the river.
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Philadelphia, Aug. 30.���The Phoenix
Bridge company, which has the contract
lor building the Quebec bridge which
collapsed yesterday, near Quebec, has
Its offices in this city. The plant is at
Phoenixville. The officers of the company are: president. David Reeves;
secretary. Goo. C. White; treasurer,
Frank T. Davis; chief engineer, Jno. 8.
Deeno, and general superintend, Wm.
Reeves. The news of the acident was
a great shock to all of the officials. Four
representatives of the company were
sent to Quebec immediately and until
their report is received the company
will make no statement.
The officials of the concern say they
have no idea of the monetary loss in-
curm Mr. DavlB, the treasurer, said:
"I piH., that the loss of life is not as
great as reported. I do not know how It
happened. 1 thought everything was
going well We put the entire charge of
the construction, and had 200 men at
work, under Chas. B. Mllllgan, ol
Phoenixville."
The great bridge was built in soctinnR
at the works of the company nnd wan
bolted togethor at Quebec.
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When those purposes were achieved he
was to return to the cabinet, stainless
and triumphant. Obviously that programme, approved by his chief, Sir
Wilfrid Laurler, required that his portfolio remain vacant. His case against
the Qleanex came on for trial; his counsel. W. K. Pugsley, entered a technical
objection which was rejected by the
court, and then abandoned the case.
Prom the court Mr. Emmerson melodramatically appealed to the bar of public opinion, and claimed he was already
vindicated. Hut while the country was
waiting for his return to the cabinet,
there came first rumors, then an official announcement that W. F. Pugsley
Is to he sworn in aa his successor. Dr.
Pugsley, in accepting office under the
circumstances, has openly reversed his
own client's plea of Not Guilty, and sent
him into private life disgraced forever.
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So far we have seen no explanation
offered by any Liberal organ of the astounding fact that out of a following of
136 members In the House of Commons,
presumably the very flower of Canadian
Liberalism. Sir Wilfrid Laurler couldn't
find two fit for cabinet positions, actually hadn't two men of the intellectual
calibre of Frank Oliver or the moral
weight of Sir Fred. Borden. Ontario
sends him 39 members and 24 senators,
now mostly Liberal. The Ontario ministers are Sir Richard Cartwright, Senator Scott, Mr. Patterson and Mr. Ayles-
worth, and to get a fifth he had to go
outside the house. New Brunswick returns eight Liberals but none apparently of cabinet timber. This poverty of
the Liberal party is the logical outcome
of the doctrine preached and practised
for many years that the only duty of
the rank and file ia to vote. Attempts
to think were considered crimes, and
it Is a very well known fact in physiology that organs long unused tend
to decay. The discipline of the Liberal
party has cost an awful sacrifice in
intelligence.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Nelson Land District. District of Welt Kootenay
Take notice that K. W. Smith. Frank Flana-
Can, ami A. 8. Elder, of Spokane. With,, occupation .rauehera, intend to apply for a special
timber licence over the following described
lauds: lommeuelng at a poet planted at the
southwest corner, about eight miles from the
Kootenay river, on the west side, aud about
three inlleti north of the International boundary
Hue. on the wcit bank of Brldg creek, on (he
north fork, Ibence north B0 chains, thenee east
NO chains, thence south HO chains, thence west K0
halus to point ol coiuiuenceinvui, and contain
ing
ated July lath, 1907.
K. W   SMITH,
KF4NK   Ki.anawaN,
a. h sum,
W. Smith. Agent.
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kooi?na
Take uotice that R. 8. r. Smyth, of Procter. B.
Ci occupation lumberman, int-uds to apply for
a special timber llcenue over the following described lands:
Nn. 1. Commencing ata post planted near the
northeast coruerpost ol Lot No 3648, on Lemon
Creek and marked M. S P. Smyth soathweSt cor-
nerpost No 1, thence 40 chains north more or
less to about midway of the south boundary (tie
of timber licence No*. 8906, thence mo chums east,
thence 40 chains south, thence 40 chains east,
thence 40 chains south,thence 80 chains west,
more or less to the southeast corner of aforesaid
Lot No. 2A4S, thence 40 chains north, thence 40
chains weit lo the point of commencement-
Dated 'J6th July, 1907. R. H. P. Smyth,
Henry Rclchert, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
No. 8
Take notice that J. R, F. Stewart, of Colling-
wood, Ont., occupation lumberman, lutends to
apply for a special timber licence ever the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 56 chains south and lu chains west
of post No 2, marked J. K F. Stewart's N. E. corner post, thence south 160 chains, thence west 40
chains, thence north 160 chains, thence east 40
chains to place of commencement containing640
acres more or lest*.
July 84th. 1907. Jambs  K. F. Stkwaht.
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SPECIAL ATTENTION given to the
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Interest credited Quarterly on
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on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
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POLITICAL    INDEPENDENTS.
The Conservative victory in Ontario
in 1904, and the Conservative sweep in
British Columbia in 1907 in spite of the
fact that the Pacific province had, two
years and two months before, elected
seven Liberals to Ottawa, have demonstrated that there Is in Canada a large
and growing body of independent political opinion. There are, it is Worth
while emphasizing, two classes of independents. There are those who may
be considered the spoils of war, the
camp followers of lhe victors. Dr. \V.
F. HugBley, the new minister of railways, is a iair example. Ills Liberalism
dates from 1896, when Conservatism became evidently for a time at least a
losing cause. Whether or not Mr.
Pugeley's Liberalism would survive o
Conservative victory is problematical
His New iJrunswiek supporters evident
ly think not. Such independents are
lhe curse of the party in power.. Venal
and corrupt by nature they clamor for
spoils and tie the hands of ministers
who but for the vicious Influence might
be honest. The diary of Alexander Mc
Kenzie shows what he suffered from
his fair weather friends.
But there Is another class of independents and in them now lies the hope of
Canada. They are those who take no
part in framing party policies or organic
Jng campaigns but preserve the position
of impartial critics. Their number is
never great but their influence is never
to be neglected. If all voters could be
classified as Conservative or Liberal,
anbsolutely and finally, there could
never be a change of government except by the slow effect of the birth
But it has never been so in Can
Thousands of Independent voters
condemned the Pacific scandal
in 1874, supported the National Policy
In 1878, voted to maintain the Conserva
tive government while Sir John Mac-
donaJd lived, have since supported the
Laurier regime with the idea of giving
Canadian Liberalism an opportunity.
Now the signs all point to the swing
of that independent opoinion to the support of Mr, Borden. The opportunity
of Liberalism has been given in vain.
Its only result is a pile of wreckage,
violated principles, broken pledges,
abandoned policies, and a most unwholesome growth of partizan parasites. Mr.
Borden comes forward now with a policy of reform and purification, with definite proposals for national development and progress on the lines laid out
long ago indefinitely by the Fathers of
Confederation, and with a policy, united, enthusiastic, with all self-seekers
alienated and with Its vitality completely restored.
The Conservative policy enjoys what
Lord Ilosebery aptly called a clean
slate, it has Qothng to expunge, it has
only to add to what it has written,
and which its Liberal successors have
simply left unaltered. The Conservative party has no broken pledges to
apologise for, no principles discarded,
no iiolicies abandoned. It is the party
of hope, the party of the future. The
Liberalism of Laurier is a dead inert
thing. It lost all meaning when It silently abandoned Free Trade, truculently trampled on Provincial Rights, sneered at Election and Civil Service Reform,
substituted extravagance for Retrenchment, and swerved aside from the
course towards Imperial unity. The
history pf the Liberal party is a history
of great refusals. It has discarded one
by one all its old aspirations and It
has neither the courage nor the intelligence to carry out successfully the
pi Ilcy it has stolen. ItB further maintenance in office would be a farce. This
iB being recognized by all the Independent minds in Canada and they are
turning as one to the rising star of R.
L. Borden.
Our contemporary seems to Imagine
that by pouring out with a wealth of
detail the story of one chapter of Conservative corruption it has disposed
completely of the election reform issue.
We are treated to a graphic and circumstantial story of a Tory attempt
to steal Manitoba in 1S98. The story
is so hopelessly irrelevant to the present Issues that we shall not waste
time discusBlng it. It is is of any value to
our contemporary he may take it as
proved for the purposes of this contro-
versey. We admit that bribery and personation have at times been committed
in the name and for the advantage of
the Conservative party. But we contend that the record of protested election trials in Canada, Dominion and
provincial, as far back as anyone cares
to search, will show that such crimes
were committed for oftener by Liberals
than by Conservatives, and that such offences of the Liberals have been connived at, If not actually participated in
by Liberal ministers. We further contend, and it iB far more important aa
well as far more relevant to present
issues, that the government that retains W. T. R. Preston in office thereby
be'ies all its professions of reform. Mr.
Borden's sincerity leaves no room for
doilbt: the Liberals' professions are
unbelievable even by their friends.
Nelson Land District    District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry Keichert of Nelson, B.
C , prospector, intends to apply for a special licence to cut and carry away timber from the following described lands:
No. 6. Commencing at ��� post p.sated near the
northeast corner post of Timber Licence No BM
and marked Henry Rclchert northwest corner-
post No 6, thence 80 chains south, thence 80
chains east, thence 80 chains north, taence SO
chains west to place of commencement.
Dated July 26th, 1907.
No. 7, Commencing at a post planted near the
northwest corner post of timber licence No. 9266
and marked Henry Keichert t$. west corner post
No 7, thence 160 chalus east, thence 40 chains
north, thenco 160 chains west, theses 40 chains
south to point of conimeni/ement.
Dated July 26th, 1907.
No. 8. Ommenclng at a post planted on Monument creek about 70 chains more or leas from
where Monument creek empties into Lemon
creek and marked Henry Keichert northeast cor-
nerposl No. 6 thence 160 chains south, theoce 40
chalm weai, thence 160 chains north, thence 40
chains east to place of commencement.
Dated July X6th, 1907 Hiniy Keichert,
Locator.
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Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay.
Take uotice that Qsoxge Alexander, of Kaslo,
B, C, lutends to apply for a special timber
licence over the lull.,wing dssarlbed lauds:
Commencing at a post planted at the northwest
corner of Section 12, iownshlp7, Kootenay district, being about one-third of a mile south of
the south boundary line of the Indian reserve;
thence B.mth about 36 chains to the easterly
bank of Kootenay river; thence southeasterly
along Kootenay river bank about 60 chains to
the south boundary of Sec ton 12. Townahlp 7;
thence easterly about fto chain- to the northwest
corner of Lot *61; thence north Ml chains eloag
the west boundary of Lot 812; thence west 80
chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 if- �����-. more or )��� >-
Dated Julv 4. 1907 <>corub Alexander.
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay
Notice is hereby given that ;t0 days after date
I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and works for permission to cut and
carry away timber from the following described
lands:
No. 4 Commencing at a post marked H. A 8.
N. W corner, 200 chains east of the N. K. corner
of tot No 812, post marked K. 8. N. E. corner,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
place of commencement containing 640 acres.
No 6 Commencing at the N. w. corner of H.
.It 8 timber claim No 4ilbence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence west 80 chains to place of commencement
at location post No   6, eontalnlng 640 acres
I. <i    8CHERMXB.HUHM, Locator,
e-eo. Uuscroft, Agent.
Dated July 8th, 1907.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenav
Take notice shat Paul August Paulson, of Kitchener, H, 0,< occupation lumberman, intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest comer of surveyed lot
7221-G 1 thence south to the northern boundary
of timber licence No. 7018, thence west to the
northwest corner of said timber licence, thence
south to the northern boundary of lot 812. thence
following said boundary, of safd lot west to the
right of-way of the British Columtla Southern
Hallway, thence following said right-of-way In a
north-easterly direction to place of commencement, and containing 641) acre*, more or leas.
Dated Julv 2nd. 1907.    I'auj. ArucaT Paulbok.
Nelson land District    District of West Kootenay.
Take notice thai Bvan Me< lellaiid Fraser, of
Ferule, B. C , clerk, intends tu apply lor a special
licence   over   the   following    described   lands:
Commencing at a post plauied about seven
miles west of the Kootrcuay river, and about one
mile uor'h of the In e-national boundary line,
and about one and a quarter north-vanterly from
the northeast corner of limber licence No. 8067,
thence south 80 cha.ns. thence west 80 chains,
thence nortlt 00 chaiUs, theuce east Hll chains to
point of commencement, and containing 64o
acres, more or less.
Located 12th, of June, 1907.
KVAM McCLELLAN  FftASEB.
Dated this 8th of July, 1907.
Nelson Lend District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that William Andrew Ross, of
Ferine, B C , hotel-keeper intends to applv for
a special limber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted
about six miles west of the Kootenay river, ou
Corn creek, In the District of West Kootenay
and being about six miles north of the International boundary line, end situate at the
northeast corner of William Andrew Boss' No.
3 timber claim, thence north SO chalus, thence
west 88 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, to the point of commencement
Located July 23rd, 1&U7
Dated the 8th of Aug   1907
William Ahdkbw Hoes
LARD NOTICES.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that I, Elisabeth Ferguson, of Nelson, British Columbia, occupation merrteO woman, lutend to apply for permission to purchase
the following described land: Commencing at a
post planted 40 chains west of the southeast corner of section 22, Township 69, Kootenay, and
marked-K. P.'s N. K corner." thence west 80
chalus, thence south 40 chains, thenoe east 80
chains, thence north 40 chains to the place of
commencement and  containing  820 acres more
15th Julv, A. D. 19t/7.
Take notice that C. C. Clark, ol Nelson, B. C,
saloon keeper, intends to apply for a special timber llctuce over the following described laud:
Commeociug at a poet planted on Mornltig
Mountain, about one mile west of Smelter creef,
snd adjoining C.C Clark's location tor timber
licence no 1, and about one mile south of Nelson, thence west 8n chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thenc�� north 80
chains lo place of beginning.
Dated July 16th, 1907. C. C. Clabk,
David Booth, Agent.
Kliiateih Psssuulow.
by W. a . Calder, agent.
FOR SALE.
One of Nelson's Pretty Home Cottages of 2 bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom; hot and
cold water; large basement. Nice view
of lake. $1,600, $900 down; balance on
easy terms. Certainly a snap. 3 lots
75 x 125. Apply to J. R. B., Dally
Canadian.
rate,
ad a.
who
EDITORIAL  COMMENT.
The swearing In of Dr. Pngfiley aa a
Dominion minister means the death and
burial of any hopes Mr. lOmmerson may
have cherished of political rehabilitation. The circumstances are altogether
remarkable. Mr. EmmerHon resigned
from the cabinet with the uvowed and
published Intention of punishing his
alainU'i era and clearing nU fair name.
NOTICE
in the matter of an application for the Issue of
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for lot ��,
and the west half of lot 21, block 01, in the Town
of Nelson.
Notice Is hereby given that it Is my iotentlon
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
Lydla Shields, which certificate Is dated the xlst
day of December, 1900, and numbered 8991 k.
"H. F. MacLkod,"
District Keglstrar
Notice Is hereby given that 60 days alter date I
Intend to apply to the lion. Chief Commissioner
of .Lands and Works for permission to purchase
the following described lands, situated in West
Kootenay district: Commencing at a post mark-
ed by name as Initial post of the Smith Fork
branch, one hundred feet from the junction of
Lost creek with the south fork; thence one-
quarter mile to the northwest corner post, thenc*
one mile to the northeast corner post, thence
one-quarter mile to the southeast corner post,
thence one mile to the place of commencement
June 27, 1907. Located by Wat. Connolly.
Notice Is hereby given that 80 days after date j
Intend to make application to the Honorable the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, Victoria, B. C , fnr a special licence to cut timber on
the following described lands in West Kootenay
district: Commencing at a post situated on
Bluebprry creek, about four miles from its mouth
and adjoining the N. W. corner of my application No. 1, thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thenee cast 80
chains to point of commencement.
Dated May 19th. 1907. K.  W Robinsoh.
Nelson Land District. District ol Wt-st Kootenay
Take notice that Moore, Kepple dt t o., of Garland, Penn , occupation lumbermen, Intends to
apply tor a S|wclal timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing al a post
planted on Mosquito creek, on the west side of
Arrow lake, and about one half mile west of the
southwest corner of limber limit No. 4877, thence
north 80 chains, thence west SO chains, thence
south 80 chains, thense east 80 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less. _ . _
Dated 16th, July, 1907.     Moobyp, K bitlk & Co.
John R. Calkins. Agent.
NOTICE.
Not ���<��������� is hereby .riven that after the expiration
of Hlxty days from the date hereof the Patrick
Lumber Company, Limited. Intends to submit to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner ol Lands and
Works a proposal under the provisions of the
"Hlvers and Btreams Act" and Amending Acta,
for the right- to Improve the Hlocan river from
the mill dam of said company (situate about
three miles above the Junction of said Hlocan
river with the Kootenay river,) to the mouth of
the Little Hlocan river and lo Improve the Little
Sloi'Hii river and branches thereof to the northern boundary of nub lot 2, lot 7100, and sub-lot 1,
lot 7161 group one, Kootenay district, and to
improve the tributaries of said rivers; and re-
mevo obstructions from said rivers and tributaries, nnd to make thesame fit for driving,storing, sorting booming and raiting logs, timber,
lumber, raftH, and crafts; also for the right to
collect tolls thereon.
The lands to be affected are the following I (a)
Lots MS. 78W, MOO. 04.11, 0457, 8010. 6897, M46, H609,
7,r>28. 7066, 3820, 4812, all In Orotip one, Kootenay
district; also lands covered by pre-emptions
numbered 46, 103, 116, 1.16, 148,1*4 and 670; also
lands OOTOred by timber licenses numbered 6866,
6.'j8:t. 6684, 6686, 6686, .VH7, and 6688; also lands of
the crown.
Dated this 6th day of July, 1907.
THK PATRICK  LUMBER COMPANY,  LlMITBO.
by Its solicitor, R. W. Ha UN I)i 010*1
Take notice that 80 days alter date i intend to
apply to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, Victoria, for permission to
out and carry away timber from the following
desenbe-d land. In West Kootenay:
No 1. Commencing at s post planted at the
southwest corner of timber license 8646, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains to place of
commencement.
Dated May 31, 1907.       J. T. BtJEOlss, Loealor.
J. W . CoUttiHN, Agent.
No. 2.   Commencing al  a post planted at the
southeast corner of application No. 1, thence east
80 castas, thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains,  thence south 80 chains to place of commencement-
Dated May 81,1907.       J T. BusoKss, Locator,
J. W. Colbdrn, Agent.
NelHon Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Paul August Paulson, of Kit-
chener, B. C, occupation lumberman, intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the following described lauds: < ommencing at a pout
planted at the southwest corner of surveyed lot
7221-0.1, thenoe east 40 chains, thence north HO
chains, thence east to tr a southeast corner ol said
lot, thence north to the northeast corner of said
lot, thencecast to the west boundary of pre-emption No. 692, thence south to the north boundary
of timber licence No. 8648, thenoe west alnug
sald north boundary to the northwest corner of
said licence, thence south to the north boundary
of timber llosnoa No 7018 thence west to a point
due south of commencement, thence north to
point ot commencement, snd oontalnlng 040
acre��. more or less. ���
Dated July 2nd, 1907.   Paul Adoust Paulson.
Nelson Land District District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Moore. Kepple & Co., of Garland, Penn., occupation lumbermen, Intend to
apply tor a special timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on Mosquito creek, *n the west side of
Arrow lake, and about one half mile west, of the
southwest corner of timber limit No. 4877, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thenco east 80 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 040 acres, more
"Dated" 18th July, 1907.     Mooas, KsrrLB A CO.
JOKN ft. CALKINS, Agent.
Nelson Land District.   District ot West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, 8. F. Wallace, of Fernfe,
B (.'., hotal-keeper, intend to apply for a speotal
timber licence over the following described
lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted about lour
miles west of the Kootenay river and one mile
north of the International boundary line, thencs
south 80 chains, ihence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence weat 80 chains to the
point of commencement, containing 040 acres,
more or less.
Dated July 23rd, 1907.
2. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of location No. 1, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Dated July 23rd, 1907.
3. Commencing at a post planted at north
west corner of location No. 8, thence north Ho
chains, thonoe west HO cnalns, thence south 80
chains, thence ear.t 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres, more or
lees.
Dated July 23rd. 19u7.
4. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of No- 1 location, thence north HO
chains, theoce east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains t o the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres, more or
less.
Dated July 23rd, 1907
6. Commencing at a post planted about two
miles north and '^mlle east of the northwest
corner of location No. 1, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 8o chains, thence north HO chains,
thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 040 acres, more or less.
Date'1 July 23rd, 1907.
6. C mrocnclng at a post planted at northwest corner of location No. 6, thence south SO
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or lea*.
Dated July x��rd, 1907.
7. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of ligation No. 5, thence north 80
cnalns, thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated July 23rd. 1W7
8. Commencing at a post planted at theuorth-
west corner of location No. 6. thence north 80
chains, thence east ho chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to the point of com-
mencemeut, containing 040 acres more or leas.
Dated July 23rd, 1807.
v. commencing at a post planted about 2
miles west of the northwest corner of location
No 6, thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north 8o chains, thence west 80
chains to the point of commencement, aud cou-
tatulng 040 acres more or less.
Dated July 24th, 1907.
10. Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner ol location No. 9. thence not th
ho chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south ho
chains, thence west 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres, more or
less.
Dated July 34th, 1907.
11. Commencing at a post planted about >
lA miles west of the northwest corner of location
No 9 and about U mile south thereof, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to the
point of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or law.
Dated July 24th, 1907.
If. commencing atapoHt planted nt the northwest corner of locatlonNo.il, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south 8n
chains, thence west 80 chains to tho point of
commencement, containing 010 acres, ���-ore or
less
Dated July Kith, 1907.
15, Commencing ata post planted at the northwest corner of location No. 11, thence north 80
chsins, thence west 80 chains, thenoe south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres, more or
less.
Dated July 24th. 1907.
14. Commencing at a post planted s t the northwest corner of location No. II, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 04o acres, more or
Dated July 24th, 1907.
IA, Commencing at s post planted about two
miles north of northwest corner of location of Nn,
11, thence south So chains, thenoe east 80 chsins,
thence north 80chains, thenoe west 80 chains
to the point of commencement, containing 040
acres, more or less.
Dated July 24th, 1907.
16, Commencing ata post planted at the north*
west curner of location No. 16, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south Ho
chains, thence west 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres, more or
less.
Datfld July 24th, 1907.
17, Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of location No. 16, thence north 80
chalus. thenco west 80 chains, thenee south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres, more or
less.
Dated July 24th, 1907.
18 Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of location No 16, thencesouth
80 chains tueuce west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence cast 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated July 24tb, 1907. w F. Wallacs. Locator,
John Brown, Agent.
Ntdson Land Dlstr.ct.   District ot West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, David U Kurls, of Nelson,
B. C, occupation merchant, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
land: Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of section 34. township 89,
Kootenay, and marked "D. O. K.'s 8. W. corner,"
ihence north 80 chains, thenoe east 40 chalus.
thence south SO chains, thence west 40 chains
to the point of commencement and containing
380 acres more or less.
16th July, 1907. DavioU   Kiubtx,
W. A. Calder, agent.
Take notice that I, Thomas Harry Wilson, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following desenbed land : Commencing at a post
planted at the B E. corner of lot 7038 and marked
N. E. corner, thence south 10 chains, thence
west 10 chains, thsnee south 10 chains, thenoe
weat 10 chains, thence south 10 chains, thence
west 10 chains, thence south 10 chains, thence
west in chains, tbeuce north 40 chains, thence
ea*i 40 chains to point of commencement and
containing 100 ac/ea, more or less.
June 7,1907 Thomas Hsnbt Wilson.
William alomzo Mills, Agent
Nelson 1 and District. District of Wast Kootenay
Take notice that I, John Lang, of Nelson, B. C,
oocupatlon miner Intend to apply for perm is
slon to purchase the following described' lauds:
Commencing at a post planted at the N. sV of
Ixtt 80V2. thence east 20 chains, thenoe south 20
chains, thence west 20 chains, thence north 20
chains to point of commencement, oontalnlng 40
acres, more or less.
August 2nd. 1907, Jostn Lank
Notice Is hereby given that SO days afterdate,I
Intend to epply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and works for permission to purchase
the fullowtng described land in West Kootenay
district, on west shore of Lower Arrow Lake,
adjoining Lot No. 4948. on the south : Beginning
at a post marked "Harry  McLeod's  N.E   corner
Kbl and planted on the shore of Lower Arrow
ke, at the southeast corner of Capt Foslsnd's
1 4*MS, thence west 20 chains, thence south 20
chains more or less to the north boundary of K.
Fulluiore's P. K , thence 20 chains east along ths
said boundary to lake, thence north along the
lake shore 20 chains, more or leas to point of
commencement.
May 2nd, 1907. J. D. Moors,
Agent for Harry MeLeod.
Nelson Lend District. District of Weil Kootenay.
Take notice I bat George Kuf us Carter of Hlrdar,
occupation, brldgeuaan, lutends to apply for permission to purchase the following described
land : Commencing at post planted at tha northwest corner of B. Boas' application to purchase,
marked ft. W., thence north 40 chains, thence
east 40 chains, thenee south 20 chains to A.
lurry's pre-emption, thenoe west 20 chains,
thence south 20 chains, thence west to chains to
place of commencement containing 120 acres
more or less.
Dated July 12, 19U7.       Msosos Brr-t-i Castsb,
W. J. BcoTT, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of Weat Kootenay*
Take n.��tl e that George Sturm, of Billings,
Montana, 0 8. A., occupation, merchant, Intends to r.pply for permission to purchase the
following described laud: Commencing st a
post planted on the west shore of Upper What-
sban (Cariboo) lake, and at the north weat corner
of i ot 8139, thence west SO chains, thence south
40 chains, thence east 20 chains, thenoe north 40
chains lo point of commencement, and containing 80 acres' more or leas
Ma     "
ay 29th, 1907.
GsosobBtcsm.
Nelson Land District. Distrait of West Kootesav-
Take notice that Walter McNeil, of Billings,
Montana, U.S. A., occupation merchant, intends
to apply fur permission to purchase the following described land : Commencing at a post planted on the wsstshoreof Upper Whatshan (Cariboo)
lake, and at the northwest corner of Lot 81SS,
thence west xo chains, thenee north 80 chains,
ihence east 20 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing ISO
acres, more or less.
May 29th, 1907 WaLTBS McnbiL.
I, the undersigned, after SO days intend to apply to the Hun. the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works to purchase the following described
land: Commencing at the N. K. c. of Lot 7US
<i. I., thence west 40 chains, thence north 20
chains, thence east 40 chains, thence south 30
chains to point of commencement, containing BO
acres more or less.
Located March 28th, 1907. w. a. Mills.
Notice is hereby given thst 80 days after date I
intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission lo purchase
the following described tract of land, situate In
West Kooteoay district: Commencing at a post
Planted on Placcrcreek, near lis confluence with
Summit creek marked Margaret McLaiuhlen's
N, K. corner thence south 40chains, thencs west
so chains, thonce north 40 chains, thenoe east So
chains to place of commencement,
23rd May, 1907. Maboasbt McLaOcRLan.
William Basbous, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
i Take notice lhat Edward Peters of Ymlr, British Columbia, occupation, miner. Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
described land: Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Lost creok, about three
���""���������"terly from the Junction of Lost creek
and Salmon river, in the Nelson land district,
thence north 80 chains, thence west So chains,
thenoe south 80 ehalos, more or leas, to Lost
creek, thonce east following said creek to point
ol commencement, and containing 480 acres
more or less. " T?   ���
Dated June 6th, 1907 Edward Pbtbbs.
Sixty da
rancher, o.
Chief Com;
torla, II C. to purchase the following described
landw situate east ot Burton Commencing at a
EftLSf^TC "A A B wuthwest corner'' and
planted at the N. w. corner of lot 8012 Q Land
riiunlng north 40 chains, thence east 40 chains,
SSLa^RSffi *,<'h*ln��. thence west 40 chains to
place of commencement
Aufu.u,t,ii07. AaraoiA.BimiO!.
���lay, slier date I Arthur All!! Burton,
r, ot Burton City Intend to ...pi, to the
LommlRNioner of land, end Work,, Vic-
Neleon Lend Dl.trlot.   Dlstrhn���l �����, K I
Take   notice   that   John   Fhllbert  ol  �� ,     P
Brlllah Columbia, occupation, ..!���"��� ��i*" I
tend, to apply  lor  MrmlaUon �� SHEW
followlna   .!,... rlhci   laud:   (Virom��� ,?"   !
poat planted on the north bank  12?���* '
about two and one anu&r mUeTauunT'^'! I
the lun.tlon ol Loet creek end Salmon ,?. " I
the fcelaon land .ll.trl.t. tuanVSSgjgJ I
thence well �� chain,.  i[,r���,,. ���,������' "$ ��" ��', I
���K.iro    ...    I.,-.       ,..    t   ....    -. a.      .. -'"tu     VI        ������,���.,    |
more or less, to Lost creek  ,.
said ereek to point of  commencement in  , "* ���
tatning 480 acres, more or less *nl roa'
Dstea June 6th. 1907. j0Hb PwLim
Take notice that L Arthur Alex. Pltchti^TT
tend lo apply for permission to purchal* s &
lowing described lands: C<,mm,nr|S \\\\'^ ,
planted at the N K. comer of Loi U7i. gfi-9 I
ed 8. K. comer, thence north 40 chain,LtS 1
went JO chains, thenee south 40 chsiii.' 359
east 10 chains to point ol *r*nTTr8WsSlVsBsi
containing 80 acres, morn or less P
Juns 7, 1907 ASTH1IB ALU   PlTCBMsB
WILLIAM  AUiSaV.MiL!>   V,;:L
Tase notice that I. William K Jsm."���iwi
to applj tor permission to pur-hass |fe. SSLf.
ing described lands: Commencing at �� i-rl
planted at ths 8. K corner ol Lot 1414 soia��SP
**d northeast corner, thence west t sksnai
thence south 40 chains, thence e��it *���������'������
Ihence north 40 chains to point of HssKMaafiff
ment, and containing 100 acres tnnre or   .'.
June 7. 1907. William Khjihaldjuti
William alonio Milia, Agent
Notice Is hereby given thst slxtrdsiikivrita,!
I intend tosuplv Ui thellont lileKomtniaiiittl
"f I-ands and   Works for permixsitin l�� i.���--Ual
the  following described tract of Isn't -������������> :l
West Kootenay district:     Comiuencin. li.ustl
planted about one-half mile north from ' -,'. <|
Buiamlt creek, marked   Jean  < auiertm ��� * T
corner,  thenoe east 40 chains, thenvs ���  ������ c
chains, thsnee  west 40 chains,  tii.jn...  .--c
chains to place of commencemenL
JSrd May, 1907. Jsan ��� .��..,.
William Habbocb, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of w,. ��� s . ;. _, I
Take notice that Frank McDonsJii, ol Num,1
British Columbia, occupation miner, ���.:.:��� ���.���.<'jl
apply for permission to purchasa the loiioslsfl
described lands: Commencing st a po.ii.tDnl
on the north bank of Lost creek an<i tMctostl
mile easterly from the junction of L*i rrntl
and Halmou river, in the Nelson lan-i dumd,!
thence north 00 chains, thence east ftj stseS
thence south 40 chains, theoce west '������..:,> 1.1
point of commencement, and ronULoitf ftl
acres, more or less. "
Dated June 6th. 1907. Fsabk McDoh.h
Hixty  days after
hlef Commissioner of Lands i
- - , . - -. late I Intend to *;;.���'. tul
Bon. Chief Commissioner of Lands saJ ������>���':&���
Victoria, B.C., to purchase the foliuslaie-l
scribed land, situated in the West Kooieujttkl
trlct: Commencing at a post pUntaiostfcl
wast side of Kootenay lake, near K:.i>*fr*:|
point, and marked J. McKtnnon't H K.-orwl
poet, thence west SO chatas. thenr* norti S|
chains, thence east B0 chains more or lea :���
shore, thence along lake .hen- u> \-..:.���..' ���������.*>���
mencement.
Dated April 4,1907, Signed J SI Km*
Nelson Land District. District of West Kr��ttaiT.|
Take notice that Edward Krssrr. of BlUlu.1
Montana, V. 8 A., occupation wool bnjsr.U
tends to apply for permlM<t"ti to pimhtKis
following ilesirlb.-d !,.(!���: ('ommenrlDi till
post planted on the wcit ��� ���:������ at Dps* wW-I
shao (Cariboo) lake. *t��d at " ������ !"';'.:.��� *���: ���!���:���
of Lot 8189, thence w. ���-;.��������.:.- '���'������������ ������ ���-1
00 cnalns, thence east 20 chains, thence ���cutt*!
chains, thence east 40 chains, more or IrM, to tsil
weatshore of t'pper Whstshan (i'*fiL-<)*��'������
thence northerly and westerly stoat tsStfel
shore 80 chains, more or less, to point ol ws-B
mencement, and oontalnlng ?J0 seres, dorsb
lees. f
Msy 89th. 1907. Knwiiti ?um \
Sixty days after date 1 intend to ��:i.: ^'1
Hon Chief Commissioner of Leads ud W*fl
for permission to purchase the fcllowini *
scribed land in W,-��t Kootcusr district: =���
mitiling at a post marked A. C H'i nnnh*
uorner post, running 40 chsins esuer.r *W
the boundary of Timber licence No �����. WKf
southerly 60 chsins, thence westenv �� ����*
thence northerly V chsins along (bet ' -
track to the place of commencement. coDUiais
two hundred seres, more or less
Notice Is hereny given that w daji iSSf!l
intend to apply to the Honorable ths t b\t\.'
ralsslonrr of Lends snd Works JOT psflaSBfJ
to purchase the following described i��n<i.t'��*J|
In West Kootenay district: Cnmnieririni����|
post plannd at the west boundary of Lot *�����!<���
and about 10 chains south of thssoutli **~M
of the right-of-way of the B. C-mttsffsem
way. an? marked P. A. i"s MUtheMi B0*B
thence west HO chains, Ihence north to ""HJI
boundary of the right-of-way of H &*�����"���
railway, ihence following said boonSarJ MH
right-of-way in an easterly direction ">'^l
boundary of Lot 802 Ol. thence south "'f'*"-"
commencement,  containing  l��> seres, mori-
Xted this 14th day ss/jjj^fc P^u*
|M|
Notice Is hereby given  that itttf *$��*���
date I  Intend  to apply to the """��J,,'rLrUw
about one-half mile northwest from 'vsr-tAji
ed J. B. McL's N K. corner, thence well * "-a I
thence south 40 chsins, thence SMtJow-jm
thence north 40  chains to place of WnSaWswej
"Sift Msy, 1907. VSiffSS^h
Take notice that Harry WUHagJol W/M
B. 0��� rancher, Intend, to apply fl ,���,!,!��� I
to purchaae the lollowlng deicrlbed ������� I
V* cat Kootenay d I. trlct: .oimmiI w"?!
Commencing at a po.t plant.1 '��d ��������" d. I
eoutheait corner ol Cot alx I.1"'"'*"1, ,1),lnlb�� I
red and eighty H��e (0IW6), <J��"P��B"i{Sg
dlatnct, thence .outh twenty'Wjff'g, >�� I
weat an, hundred and ��Uty MJJl��""�����', fiM I
north twenty 0��> chain., ���tlf"'',J""11iol St I
red and ,Uty (1*0) chain, lo lb!f��l^"' ���11
mencement and containing 'D> etrei, ��       ���
mencemen'
MM
Dated the l��th day ol May, UW.     uyoWja
~Notlce I. hereby given mat ����� "jfj $",1 &l
intend to apply to the Honorable IM^,,,,., 1 |
���menu 10 api��j w ���"= ""."./,, ntn-miii'"" i I
mmmner oVliuda and Work, lo Pf��� ���,i,,l
purchaae tho following 'V;^' .? \ ,��� mrn#'
lltuate In Went Kootenay uttWOj, ' ��� |��� a*
at a po.l planted on HaOM OW'.'J!*VfM
fluence with Summit crock, tna " cb,M
Barbour'. N. W. corner, the �� �������� ,,,�����
thence eait 40 chela., the"���,, SJ,,,*"1
thence We,teO ohaln. to place ol ���"i���ror"
ard Hay 1M7. WBaaa! �� ���    I
N.laon Und DUtrlct.  OtttletolV^^S
Take notice that l-aul *"f"mlmm"u If'J
ohener, B. (1 . oocupatmn runoarnj       ,���������,
to epplr lor pormli.lon to ����<**��, .1 �� rf 1
lug Me.orlbed land.:    ,:oi?���;'m  the rW'Jl I
pllntedat  the aoutn boundary '��    ,������... Ij��
way  ol  the  Brlllah  Oolnmb    eg     0ii,jjl
way aud about at chalnM "'"  ','?,, ,|,,|n,,j;
63 on laid railway, thence ,00*"
eaat JO chain,, thence aouM
eaat CO chain,, Ibenco nor!1'
Vou.1. &>��b��r ;;.
��r��"l,.'i���n,iwl
Tn .. the righi-of-way ol the f -�� ,-�� ��
Southern Railway, Acu.e ��'"���., ,.eBtnt-
eald rlghtol-way Co placeilll*FB2ff, .
Dated tola 3ud day ol i"��J*ipiuri W"** The Daily Canadian
prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
The BACON We Sell
It Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and  Smoked.    Our Hams Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
NELSON, B. C-
TIMBER NOTICES.
��. i    s,,.ir,' i> ni'reoj    pre!   that ��> .lay.
J", I.,,?"����� ��� :��������� ��rl'l> to macula. Cem-
���������' ��""���/��� '".' * j.'rr'1*1
I Haln i.  theme �� chain*
Nag  ii,,.ln.   ��.��l   to   plarc   ill  rum-
I ... .1,,.,., 1907.
K   M. Kkkvrs. 1^���ator.
gives   that all days
,,:-���  |��b lintendto apply  to.ths  thief  Coin-
a1w; D *orkfi lo'*m EPS���
^tDKUiciit sill carrj   timber troui the follow-
i lands situated on  the southeast
I ;.], -     ��� i   tr,  the   district of   West
1 Enotrusv'   Commencing at B pOSi i.liwM  about
., -,   . real ���' bcsl creek, marked "It M.
���.���.. -t    c.rn.-r,"    Ul��tlO��   N
k80 i i.nius   east,   thence hit
.cbsidi south, isena *) chains west to pla��> of
; WDlC'll' ���
l*rsu-l��jn the 10th day of June. 1907.
It. M. KBBvae. Locator.
I >... , i    District ol West Kootenay
Tile settes lhal William Andrew I toss, of
Irtnik, 8. ��� hotel keeper, tatsods to apply for
|i.;. a timber licence over the following described laadi
laL-Conmeaciai al a \**\ planted about
. Kootenay river, on corn
[creek, m lbs District of West Kootenay, and
| . -,i in;.. - north of the liiternatlonsl
|ta��nd��rT line, snd about two nltss wi-st of tira-
thence  south m chalus,
stasi      chains,  ihence  north 80 chains,
c w#��i ��chs ti. to point ol commencement
.     ��� .��� ��� i   ��.. res, more or less.
Had as, 19DT.
log st a |aost planted at the
��. rner ot William A Koas'No, I claim.
II . H chains, thence west *) chains,
in*, the net; cast SO chains,
|tolh��t>fjm; of commi'ncemetit, and containing
I' >      ��������� a ore or less.
Usui���: afth June, 1907.
So I-fJoniineminn at a post planted alroul
���UoEiJswesi nf the northeast corner of WH-
lllim R.m'S.1 J wis nn, ihence south tvi chains,
I Hi. Ji. .���   north   -'  chains,
!������ : In- i>olnt of coiiirneuce-
���Hst,tadeonlatning MO sere*, more or leas.
lorsteOUlh June, 1907.
I mmenclng nt at  a post planted  at
' ol   William   A.ltoM' No. S
north  Hi .-ham*,   thence  west nO
,:- ih no chains, thsaos cast ho
���ilolhi: p-.ira til   > ������muieuceiiienl,  contalu-
I1''' :  Iftsa.
tx*W btli Jin,.., liATT
Ins  si   sposj   planted at tho
I wil lam A   Ho-*" No :t.laliu.
In ft)chains,   thenoe   ��e-t *0 chains.
tin m e ��� ast mi chains to
; ��� ���.���msL.-m , meat, and cimUlnlng 640
���    i less.
���MsdUtfa luns.lSVI,
inn at a   )>ost   planted   about
northeast comer of Wil-
*       ���  No Malm, thsnos omithfMi chains.
till nee   north   ho  chains,
it m chains ui the point of . ummam-e-
FP'i'kM pontattiing 64d"acres, mors or leas.
| waih I IsthJoaa, 1907
Dsneini
nai ol w	
> ai    thence  east MO Chains,
"i-   th. nee west K0 chains to
�������, ,   '���""""���'hi-tiii-���nt.   nnd   containing 0*0
i
���SMled lAtfa June, 1907
���irh.-n.<on3,m',lt'1"E M *  1H'*l  plsnu.il  about
!_        ������   ������'' ol ������ -   , orthwest corner of  Wll-
.1111. tin nee mirth M0 chains,
���"i��� chains, ui. nee south mo chains.
...   ,\H*"'"".ui* t.i the point of commence-
;-.'S;';;;;;S:"M'����"��"��
SBa!SS&i!fffi:'J?��.*i��� P��"!P"����l<Kl aWt40
Ham
immenrinu ata post   ph.nted   at  the
���'. Wnliam A. Koss'No.Srtalm.
it r. ,   ,.,,      , ., "'"'   'i!iii'u ntniin w
ll.;        , 'l.��..t r.Vrncr ol William
W ��� .,.'���'.    !"':"'    ""���'"���<���  "'"in   ��'  rheltie,
���ll .......   ',���"""*��� itniioo north ��0 ihalna.
...   '.". "��� '���' loo pom- ol rommenn.
.���������;i;:;,;;..o..r,.,n,or. o,.,...
RotSOS Is hereby given that thirty days after
dale 1 intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of lands and Works for a special It-
coin-- to cut and carry away timber Iron, th'.'
following ileM-rlhed lands In West Kootenay
dlstrlct: Corainenclng at a post planted on the
in rth bank of Ten Mile creek, about one mile
and a half from Hlocan lake, marked 11. H I'ltts'
uorthwest corner post, thence east 180 chains,
thence south 40 chains, thence west 160 chains,
thence north 40 chsins to place of commence,
uieut.
Dated this **th dsy of June, 1907.
H. H. Pitts, lx>calor,
AW   Htusbs. Agent-
Notice is  hereby given that thirty days after
date   1   intend    to   spply    to    the     Honorable
Chit!   Commissioner of   Lands  and   Works   at
Victoria.   H.-,., for a special   license to cut and
i arry away timtier from the following described I
lands In Wast Kootenay  district:    Commencing
at a post  planted on the weat   bank   of Bmelter
creek, about one mile south of the City of Nelson,
ihence south W chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence   north HO chains, ihence east 80 chains to
plaee of commencement.
Dated ints ll th day of June, 1907.
C. C. Class, Locator.
D. Booth, Agent.
Nelson Lend District* District of West Kootenay
Take notice that-David Henry Telford," Bas-
katoou, 8aak., cKt-upatlon lumberman, Intends
to apply for a s|>��clal timber licence over the fol
lowing described lauds:
No 1 Commencing ata post planted about S
chains north of lhe northwest corner of Timber
Limit -l it. west branch of I.in,, Hlocan river.
West Kootenay, thence weat SO chains, thence
-<.ml. w chalus. thence eaat Su chains, thence
north mo chains to |>oltil of commencement and
containing 640 seres, more or lees.
Dated July 9th. 19U7     Davm> Hkkky Tblpobd.
No. -���    Commencing a poet planted on the east
bniik of Cougar creek, and on the north bouul-
ary of ttmUr limit Hl��4,   west  branch ot Little
.-,'.!-��n   river, Ihence  north   160 chains,  thence
east 40 chains, thence south ISO chains,  thence
wiet 40chains to place of  commencement, and
containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Dated July 10th, 1907. Davio Hskst TBLrosn.
No. 3    Commencing al a post planted on bank
of KiiBsle  creek,  about 30  chains south  of  the
south boundary of timber Umlt8147. west branch
of  Little Hlo-an  river,  thenoe weat (to chains,
thence south ho chains, thence east so chains,
1   thsnos   north  MO chains   to  the   polut of com-
i   mencement and  containing 640 acres,  more or
i   less.
Dated July Uth, 1907. David Usury Tei>mh.u.
No   4.   Commeni!liis at a post planted about S
chains east from east (tank of Russia creek, and
on the we��t boundary of limit S,   thence   west MO
chains,  theti'-e  south HO ohaltia,  thence east SO
��� limit-, thence north SO chalus to point of com-
mencement, and containing  64o acres,  more or
less.
Dated July Uth, 1S07. David Hbssy Tbltosd.
No. 13.    t'orameuclng at a post  planted  about
no chains  west   of Uooae Creek   and  about  six
utiles boa its mouth   at Slocau   Klver. said post
is About 40 chains west from I>   H   Telford's timber application  No. 11. thence  eaat 40 chilna to
timber   application   No.   It,   thenoe   north   160
chains, thenoe west 40 chalna,   thence south 160
chalus. to point ot commencement, and contain
ins: 640 acres, more or less.
Dated July 11th. 1907. David Hkxbt Tbi.ioko.
No. 14    Commencing at a post  planted at the
southwest corner of No. 13, theuie west 40 chains,
thence north 160 chains,  thence  east 40 chains,
theme south  160 chalus to point uf commencement, and containing M0 acres, mors or less
1 aled July 17th, 1W   David HsNSY ISLroSD.
A   MlLToi*. Ageut.
Notice Is hereby given mat flO days after date 1
intend to spplv to <be Honorable the Chief Com-
mlastourr of l��uds and Works for a special
license to tut and carry s/Var limber from the
following described lands in Weet Kootenay dls-
No! 1 .-Commencing at a post marked William
Walinsley, planted at Kokanee Creek Hiding on
the Procter extension, on the weat side of Ixit
ntl.t!, on lhe eouth side of the West Arm of Kootenay lake, commencing at the N K corner post
running south BO chains, west 80 chains, north SO
chains,.east H> chains to place of beginning.
Located 3rd June, 1907.
William Walmblby, Locator,
Jambs Hubbard as Agent.
L����:l��.-1���mm..,,,,���K
t<*��n ii,,"'',V","1 ft P���� Plain...! al��,at
t��*   k���."   v   '   '"""i��,..l���ni,p,.|WI|.
K'MI..-  '��..,��,'''',"".''   H"'.��v   norlh ns
CJhi', l!i,.��� .;!,,,      '"Hl,i��,  llirnivaoulb HO
Tfi*n*M ..i,,],,,^,,'!""* '" "'" Point ol mm
| "'w ��"��� SS ..;:;,;'',iy,,;lv.",'^;ru" �������� ������ **
Wiu.ua Aatoaaw r.m.
�� UM ,���.������,. Dutilot!lWMtKMt!n.r
llTn?";1���-"I-'  i, ', '.'I",.11 "���'"���" ov��r  the   lol-
l " i"1 ����� > >i������n " ,,,,���' ���o'i.u.fii..li.K al a ,,oal
&&��� J ^fJirrrrs-'xa".
I!:::!:;:;; A&,asiS
j"|,? 'I""" "t iVu""""���'���"���"ilnont, .���oiilalnliiK
' '���'.'!, IIM7. ,
!"����� Land  , K" R' "��� *******
k|       """"""���'��� "l-lrlM���,Wc<tK������u���my
L'"0 nnti,.,. ii	
���  a��raMtg*Hra
for i
.toil h:i
lint'
J��H ft, gltate, H&g*���� gjgaj. nee.
Jami K����'th.
oorner
'lalnH,
Ncl.on Unrl Dl.trlcl. Dl.trlct ol Weal Kootenay
Tako notlrc that Jauiea Keelh, ol Upokane,
Wa.h., oeoul.atlon, miner, Inteoila to apply lor a
.mt'iai timber lloaaM over the tollonlnx de-
at'rlbe.l lau.ln: ..'ommeortuK at a poat about 1"
roda north ol the center of the north ahore line ot
Houo.lary l^ke and at the aouthea.t corner ol
Timber Limit No 8U74. and marked Jamea
Keelh'a H. W. Cornerpoat, thonce north 80 chain.,
thence eaat an chain,, thenee aoulh HO chalna,
ihence weat tw chain, to |M>lnt ol commence.
mcut, and coutalulni Mo acre., more or loaa.
July*). Hkfl.      Ja��a�� KaTTH.
Nelaon Land l.l.trlil   Id.trlct ol Weat Kootenay
Take notice that Henry Keichert, ol Nelaon.
B <:.. pr.wipector, Intend, to apply for a .peilal
licence to cut and carry away limber from the
following- dcacrlbed la:i,N.
Ho. > Commaucluf at a po.t planted near tha
norlhca.l corner po.t of timber llronce No. vm
and near Henry Keichert 8. W. corner poal of
umber location No. 7, on main Iximon ereok and
marked Henry Keloherl aoutbeaat wrner p.i.1
No. V, thence * chain, north, thenco lo chain.
weat, thence  HO dial tilth, thence HO   chain.
eaat to the point of commenoement.
Haled July n, 1IW7.
No. 10 CominencliiK a,l a po.t planted about 20
chalu. more or leaa south from the north-
went corner ot lot no iM3 on main Lemun
creek and marked Henry Keichert east corner
poal so 10, thence *l chain, norlh more or le.a
tu about midway ol the aouth boundary line ol
timber licence Mo ffiftift, thence IrtO chain, west,
thence 40 chain, aoulh, thou.^o 1��0 chalna eaat
to point of coinmeucemonl.
Dated July 27th, 1W7
no. 11 Commencing at a poat planted on Monu.
ment creek, about 70 chain., more or lea., south
from whore Monument i reek, empty" Into I��m-
oii creek, and near Henry Keichert northeaat
eornor pnsl ol tlmbor location Mo H, and marked
"Henry Keichert northwest corner post Mo 11,
theiice 160 chains south, thence 40 chains east,
i hence 160 chains north, thonce *> chalna woat
to the point of commencement.
Nelson Land District. Dlalrlot of West Kootenay
Tako notice that Frank Flanaaan, A 8. Klder,
and K. W. smith, nf Bpukane, Waah., occupation
ranchers, Intend to apply for a aperlal timber
Heenee  over   tho   following    doscrlhed   lands:
.'mi irlnii at a po.t planted at  the aoutbeaat
comer, about an mile, from the Kootonay river,
on the west -Me. Ihence north B0 chains, thence
west (Hi chain., thenco aouth HO chain., thoueo
eaat 80 chains to point of commencement, and
containing eto acre, more or less.
Dated Ji.ly lam, 1007, K��a���� Fi��ha.i��,
A   n. r.1.JM.lt,
K W. SMITH, agent for Appllranta.
Nelaon LaoTDlatrlot. Diatrlct of West Kootenay
Tako notice that Frank Flanagan, A 8 Kl lor.
nnd K. W. 8mlth, Spokane, VTaah., occupation
ranchers, Intend to apply (OH ape;ItaJ umber
licence over .bo following dcacrlbed lands
Commencing at a poat planted one in lo norit.
and one mile cast of poat No 1. which post la
about six. mllos from tho Kootenay river, on tiio
weat side, thonce north HO chalna, thence wes N
chain., thenco aoutn m ohaltia. thonce call "t.
chains to point ol commeucemeut, aim containing 610 acres, more or leaa. 	
Dated July Uth. 1U07. F""KA "StStl;
K. W, 8MIIU, Agent lor Applicant..
OLD SERVICE^ RECALLED
Revival   of   Controversy   Over    Edward
Blake's Letter  to  West   Durham
Constituents in  1891.
Tho return of Hon. Edward Hlake to
Canada Iiuh revived an historic contro-
verHy as to the 00HCM .Hirsued by the
great Liberal utatesman In 18111, when
his condemnation of tha policy pursued
by the party under haiirlcr'B leadership
contributed so greatly to the Tory victory. The latest contribulion to the
controversy is the following from the
Mail and ICiiipIre:
"The thinly veiled attack made upon
Hon. Edward Blake by the Montreal
Witness, on the subjeci of tbat leader'*
relations to the Liberal party and its
platform, from 1NH7 to 189."., Is at once
ungenerous and unjust. By the organ
It Is repreaented that Mr. Blake was
guilty or something akin to treachery
and misrepresentation because he refused to Jump into the commercial un
ion wagon with I-aurler, Wiman, Cart-
wiight and Co., and to shout with them
for the policy which Mr. Wftnan had
drafted. The fact, however, is that Mr.
HlaXe exercised his own judgment upon
that issue, and found it Impossible tu
agree to the view which the other leaders took upon it. To organs of the narrow type of the Witness the Idea of dls
senting from the party, or from any of
Its works���good, bad. or Indifferent���Is
startling.    It is for this reason that Mr.
Time (or advertising eitended by the Assistant
Com miss lunar.
Nelson Land District.   District ol West Kootenay
Take notice tbat Tbos. K. L. LOftUB, of Bonner's Kerry, OOdfipfttloo painter intends toapply
toraaueelal Mmt.tr ilosBOS over the following
described lands: <'<niiii.eiK-lng at a post planted
on toe south "I'll of iioiindary creek, about 10
miles west of the Kootenay river, thence west su
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north BO chains to the point of
1'oiiiini-iu'w'������! in. hd'I containing 640 acres, more
or lens.
Dated Jul? <Mh, 1907. Thomas E  L,. Loo an.
Take notice that John Koss, of Fertile, B. C���
hotel-keeper, lutends to apply fur a sp��c-lal timber licence over the following described lands:
1. ' '.uniii.-iH iiik at a post planted In the District of West Kootenay, Kel*.ou Mluluar Division,
on the north fork of tut- couth fork of Lostcreek,
about five miles up creek from where two forks
meet and about six miles north of the International Boundary Line and about twenty-eight
miles west of Kootenay River, thence east m
cnalns. thence north A0 chains, thence west 80
chalus to bank of said creek, thence down stream
to place of commencement.
J. boas. Locator,
west corner of ', Buss's No. 1 location, thence
west 80 ehaitis. thence north so chains, thence
east 80 chains more or lew to bank of said creek,
tiiriii ,��� down slrcsun to place ul commencement.
J. Koa*, Locator.
5. CommeucinK *l a t��o*t planted at or near
the south weat corner ot J. Boss's No. 1 location,
thence west 80 chains, thence south so chains,
thence east 80 chains, more or less, to aatd creek,
���henee up stream to place of beginning
J. Koas, Locator.
i Commencing st a post planted at or near
lhe southwest corner of J Boss's No. 1 location.
then r east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west So chains, more or leas, to bank of
said creek, thenee up stream to place of commencement.
J. Bowk, Locator.
6. Commencing al a post planted about two
miles south of the southwest corner nfJ.Bosss
No. 1 location, on the north fork of the Mouth
fork of Lust creek, and about four miles up
stream, from where the two forks meet, thence
east 80 chains, theuce north 80 chains, ihence
west SO chains, more or less, to bank of said
creek, thence downstream to place of commencement.
J. Boss, Locator.
S. Commencing at a post planted at, or near,
the southwest corner of J- Kosa's No. & location,
on Lost crees, thence west 80 chains, theuce
north SO chains, thsnee 80chains east, more or
less, to bank of said creek, thence down stream
to place of commencement.
Located i&th June, l'.n>7 J. Koss, Locator.
Claim No. 1.
Nelson Land District.  District ot West Kootenay
Tako notice that A. L. Beading, of Arrow
head, B ('.. occupation, carpenter, intends to
��ppiy for a special timber license over the t'.'l
lowing described lands: Commencing at a post
planted 40 chalus south or H. E corner of T. L. ".-
MB, thonce south SO chains, theuce east 80 chains'
thence north 80 chains, thence west Bo chalus to
point   of commencement.
June aWtb, l'.K'T     Aktiu'k I.ai uksi k Reading.
Claim No. t.
Nelson Land District    District of West Koo'enav
Take notice that A. L. Beading, of A-row
head, B C, occupation, carpenter, intends to ap
ply for a special Umber licence over the fol
lowing described lands: Commencing at a
post planted 80 chains south of A. L. Reading's
corner post No. L thence south 8o chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains,   to  point  of commencement.
JllUe 28th 1W/7.      AftlTHl'K 1.AL ItKMK Bkaiunu.
Claim No.S.
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay
Take notice thnt A. b. Heading, of Arrowhead, B. C, occupation, rar|>otiter, intends to
apply (or a special timber license over tho following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted GO chains south o( N K. corner of A. L
Heading's claim No. 1, thence south 160 chalus,
theuce east 40 chains, thence north 160 chains,
Ihence west 40 chains lo point of commencement.
June 28th, 1��)7.     Ahthtk Lai'HKNck Kkamnu.
Claim No   4.
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay
Tako notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B.C., occupation, citrpeiilcr Intends to
apply for a special Umber license over the fob
lowing described lands : Commencing nt a Post
planted 40 chains, south of N. E. corner of A. l���
Reading's claim No 3, theuce south tfto chiiins,
theuce oast 40 chalus, thence north 160 chains,
thence wcst40chaius to point n( commeucemeut.
June 28th, 1907.    A mum I.ai'cknck Rkaiuisu.
Claim No. ft.
Nelson Land District.   District of West kootenay
Take uotice that A L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B. C, occupation, carpenter, intends to
apply for a special Umber license over tho following described lands: Commencing atapo��t
planted 40 chains south of N. E, cornorof, .L.
Heading's claim No. 4, thenco south loo chalus,
thence east 40 chalus, thenco uorth lnoeliHlus,
thenco west 40 chains to point of commuueo
ment.
June 29th, 1907.   Ah'mmh Lacrrnce Kkauino.
Claim No. 6.
Nelson las.nd District. District o( West Kootenay
Take uotice that A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B. C, occupation, oarponter, intends to
spply for a special timber license over the fol-
owlng described lauds: Commencing at a post
plan'od 40 chains south of N K Corner of A L
Heading's claim No. >\ theuce south 100 chains,
Ihence SBlt i" chnttis, thence north lfVo;chalns,
thenoe west 40 chains to point of commence-
Claim No. 7.
Nelson band District. District of VVcsl Kootenay.
Take notice llmt A L. Heading, of Arrowhead
B. Oh occupation, carpetitcr, intendM toajtply for
a special Umber Ibtnco over the lollowlng dc-
scrlbud lands: Commencing nt a post planted
70 chains south nf N. K. eornor of A. L, Hearting'*
claim No I*, thonce lOttlhsQ chains thenco cast
80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thenco west 80
chains to point o( commenoeini nt.
Juue 29th, 1907.   A hthub Lauhehok Ksapihu
lllake Is treated as a species of traitor,
and is held up to thhe condemnation of
the Liberals, because of his attitude In
this   crisis.
"Everybody who is familiar with the
political events of the later eighties,
and early nineties, Is aware that after
the defeat of the Liberals in 1887 certain disturbing spirits evolved the idea
of unrestricted reciprocity as a policy.
That pro.iosition was laid before Mr.
Hlake,and, as has been stated by Mr.
ltlake he refused to consider It. Thereafter Mr. Hlake withdrew from the leadership and Mr. Laurier assumed control. Mr. Laurier was more easily
moulded than his predecessor. He took
kindly to the commercial union Idea,
and made it his policy, because he
thought it would minister to his ambition and his cupidity. Meanwhile, influences in the United States gave the
part* their backing. Mr. Hlake viewed
lhe proposition wilh growing dislike. As
the period for the general election approached he became more and more restive. Finally, he made his viewB known
in a letter addressed to his West Durham constituents. In tbat communication he declared thai he had had the
policy submitted to him, and had refused to accept it. He then gave his
reasons. To the existing protective
system he was not favorable. To the
Conservative Government he was opposed. Hut he could not accept unrestricted reciprocity as the proper measure of reform. His objection to thlB
policy was founded upon its national
consequences. His belief was that if
such a treaty as that proposed by Laurier and Cartwright were entered into,
the entire business interests of Canada
would be turned United States-wards.
We would, in fact, become commercially
annexed. When this state of affairs had
been brought about the United States
would then be in a position to say that
we must enter into political union, or
suffer the abrogation of the treaty. Under such circumstances, the chance was
that Canada would have to elect to
accept political union, in order to save
herself from commercial isolation. The
Laurier policy was thus in Mr. Blake's
opinion, a step towards annexation.
"The opposition to this scheme was
honorable, and quite within the rights
of the public man who could not conscientiously endorse the principle. Mr.
Hlake did the proper thing in reference to the question. Hut there was one
man who did that which was dishonorable. That man was the politician who
came to Mr. Hlake, and, with
tears in his eyes. Implored him not to
publish the West Durham letter until
after the then pending election, he-
cause, if issued before the voting, the
personal and political ambitions of the
individual making the request would
suffer. The person who did this Is the
person in whose interests Mr. Blake is
now assailed���Sir Wilfrid   Laurier."
Take notice that Ira F. Taylor, clerk, of Arrow-
head, B. C, intends to apply (or a special licence
to cut Umber from the following; described
iands:
Nn 1. Commencing atapost planted 70chains
distance In an easterly direction from Cariboo
take marked "Ira F. laylor's, W. Parkins' 8 W.
comer,'' bounded on the south by T. L No. 7666,
OK the west by I - L. *o. Tt'.Tj. theuce north 80
chains, thence east 90 chalna, thence south 80
chaluii, thence west 80 chains to point ol commencement.
No. 2. Commencing at a post planted 80 ahalns
distance and in a easterly direction from Cariboo
lake marked "W. Parkins', Ira K Taylor's 8. W.
corner post," bounded on the west by T. L 7667,
south by Ira F. Taylor's and W. Parkins'T, I..
No. 1, thence north 40 chains, thence east 1*0
chains, thence south 40 chains, thenoe west 160
chains to point of commencement.
Nel*ou land District District of West Kootenay
Take uotice that K. W. 8mith, Frank Flanagan, ami A. I, Klder. of Spokane, Wash , oeeu
paifon rauchers, intend to apply for a special
timber licence over the following described
lands: Commencing ata post planted at the
southeast corner, aoout eight miles from the
Kootenay river, on the west side, and about
three miles north of the international boundary
line, on the west bank of Brldg creek, on the
north (ork, thence north 80 chains, thenoe west
so chains, ihence south 80 chalus, thence east 80
'haltn* to point o( commencement, and contsin-
lug 040 acres, more or less
Dated
���d July 19lh,1907,
K. W. Smith,
Frank flahauam,
A.  S.   fcLllBR,
K. W. Smith, Agent.
IN'OTICE
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
have submitted to the Lieutenant Governor-ln-
Councll a proposal under the provisions of the
"Rivefsaud Streams Act," for clearing and re-
moving obstructions from Goat River and Meadow Creek, in the District of West Kootenay, and
for making the same fit for rafting; and driv
in,,' thereon log-. Umber, lumber, rafts snd crafts
and for erecting and maintaining booms for
holding, sorttug ami delivering logs and timber
brought down said creek and river, snd for attaching booms to the shore of said creek and
river (or said purpose*.
The lands to be affected by said work are:���
Lots 862, .ns: 459% and sub lots 1, 6.11. IS, 14 and
16 of Lot 4592, Croup 1, Kootenay District.
The tolls proposed lo be charged are such as
may be fixed by the Judge of the County Court
of \VoHt Kootenay.
Dated list July��� istn.
Ths Intbrnationai. lumiisr a Mercantile Co.,
 __^ Ltd'
SAMUEL, A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
411 Kind! nf Heating Plant* In Stock.
SANITARY PLUMBING..
Victoria St., Nr. Ooera Houia.      Tel. 111.
w.  a.  gillbtt
Oontraetor and
Bullda>r.
Sole agent for the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd.,
nMn.il yards. Rough and dressed lumber, turned
work nnd brackets, Coast lath and shingles, sash
and iiimr.H Cement, brlok snd lime (or sale.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. oast of Hall
NBUSON,   B. G.
P. v. Box 282. Telephone 178
essanBB
Queen's Hotel
Baker Btnat, Nelaon. B. 0.
Lighted try Eleotrioity and
Heated by Hot Air
RATES  ��  PBB OAT
Lara* and Comfortable Bedroomi and Flial.
otaaaJJlDlng Boom.   Bample Rooms for Commercial   Man.
MRS. B. O.OLABKB. Proprtetraaa
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Room! 50 cent! upward. The
dining room 1b unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. ERICKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.   Opposite, Court House
and Poitofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Ttemont House
Baropean and AmerJeea Plan
ataala at ota.   Booaaa from at eta. to tL
Only Whlta Halp Employed.
If ALONE   A  TBEGILLU8
Baker St.. Nelaon Proprietor,
Baftlett   House
GBO. W. BARTLETT,
Proprietor.
Best Dollir-a-DaT House in Nelson.
Tha Bar la tha Flnaat.
Whits Help Only Employed.
Josephine St.
STalaou. B.C.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM ROBEBTB.
raorniBTBMs.
Rates *1 and tl.BO a Day.
Special Rate! to Regular Boarders
Athabasca
Saloon.
CORSES
BAKER ASD
KOOTENAI*
STREETS.
Moat oomlortabts quarters In Nelaon;
Only tha best ol Liquors and clears.
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN   IVEN8 JNO.   PHILBERT
KAISER WLL REJOICE
Praised   by  Andrew   Carnegie   for  Aid
in Making Germany Second Steel
Producer.
We hare had placed in our hands one of the prettiest best paying
DEVELOPED FRUIT FARMS
IN THIS COUNTRY.
This is np for a quick sale on account of owner's ill health. (lull and get
full particulars. If yon have BO.OOO we con make a good easy deal with yon
for this property.
8.  M.   BRYDGE8,
Grand Central Hotel j| Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron, Ltd,
Berlin, Aug. 30.���Andrew Carnegie's
estimate of Emperor William, probably
derived from his personal interviews
with His Majesty at Kiel In June last,
will appear In a periodical the Morgen
tomorrow under the title of "Emperor
William's Economic Mission." Mr. Carnegie recalls the remark of Cardinal
Richelieu to King Louis XIII one day,
"A great man has arisen in England,
your majesty. His name is Cromwell."
Continuing Mr. Carnegie says: "I may
say that a great man has arisen in Germany, the emperor. It is impossible to
follof his deeds, without feeling that
here is a personality, here is a power,
which is able to do good or evil in the
world. Hitherto he has given Germany
a stimulus to Industrial activity. German ships are the fastest on the ocean
and Germany's waterways are being developed according to his plans and soon
will play an important role in the internal development of Germany. The
Emperor's head and hand assisted In
making Germany the second largest
steel producer in the world. He is at
once the Emperor and the vital energy
of   the empire."
Mr. Carnegie then refers to the ex-
cellence of the German constitution and
expresses wonder at the fact that the
emperor is not willing to develop It
further, "as under this constitution the
Germans have attained such a powerful
position economically and politically."
INOTIGB
In the mutter of an sppilestlon (or the issue of
dnplM-vtSfl ol the Certlfloattsof Title to lots 11,
12 sntl 13, noon l. West Kootenay District, slso
known ss the "Konteuny Chief," "Comfort"' sntl
"Lulu" mineral claims respectively.
Notice Is hereby siveu that It Is my Intention
to Issue nt the expiration of one month after the
first publication hereof a duplicate of Certificate
uf Title Sq. 6901a of sn undivided 81-lOOths in
each of the sKove lots, issued on the 17th day of
May, A l),18W in the name of JohnC. Ainsworth,
and slso a duplicate of Certificate of Title No.
6'J00a of an undivided 16-iooths in each of the
above lots, Issued on the 17th day of May, A. D
1(486, in the name of George J. Ainsworth.
Lsnd Keglstry Office, N��lsou, B. C, August 6th,
1907.
"H.   P.   MaaCLSOD."
 District Keglstrar.
NOTICE.
In the matter of sn application lor the issue of
a duplicate of tho Cerltflcste of Title lor Lots
lft and 17, Block 26, Town of Nelson.
Notice Is hereby Riven thst It Is my Intention
to issue st the expiration of one month after the
first publication hereof a duplicate of ths> Certificate of Title fur the above Lot* In the Dime of
Francos k. Day which Certificate Is dated the
19th t4.-ptcn.btT. 1H99, and numbered 23M>K.
I-aml Registry Office, Nelson, B.C.. lMh June,
1907. H. K. MacLIOI),
District Reslstrsr.
TO THE PUBLIC
Fire, Accident, Life and Employers' Liability Insurance
Let us quote you rates in the best board companies.
PROCTER & BLACKWOOD
REAL E8TATE AND INSURANCE.
 MADDEN  BLOCK, WARD ST.
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWtJ^HBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
We Have For Sale One of the Prettiest Homes to
Nelson, Sfteated to Fairvtew, Close to the Car Line
Large 7-room house. Stone foundation and flrat-claaa cellar. Complete water system. 10 lots under cultivation and plantsd In large, bearing fruit trees.   This Is a snsp.   For particulars apply to
STUBBS   &  RITTS
FRUIT  LANDS
REAL  ESTATE
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have J 0,000 Acres
of the
Choicest Froit Lands in
British Cobtmbta.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 3,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,
Nelson, B. C.
The house contains two bedrooms and hall upstairs, dining room, parlor, kitchen, pantry and hall downstairs, hot aud cold water. Electric light in all rooms.
Two lots in a good position.
PRICE SI9QO.      Terms can be arranged.
mTRODnaoRY offer of
ORCHARD AND GARDEN
HOMES AT FRUITVALE
Inthe center of the Souther-most and
Warmest Valley In Southern British)- Columbia, West Kootenay.
FOR 9lO CASH
and  910  per  month without   interest
for   10  Acres.
It is only by acting at once that you
can secure one of our Orchard Homes
on   these   terms.
Mild, heslthful climate, lsnd level, deep
losm.clfty sub-soil; yielding annual profit
of M00 to 9700 per sere, growing fruits
snd garden truck. Ample rainfall. Platted In 10 sere tracts fronting on roads.
No tract more thso hslf a mile from main
line of railroad and all within two uiileF of
ststion Dally trains; close to markets;
unlimited demand for products. First and
second subdivisions sold in six weeks.
Third snd last sub-division now on sale.
Large percentage of purchasers DUildlng
homes snd cultivating their land. Good
neighbors, fine Ashing and huntiun near.
Write quick for proofs, descriptive matter,
maps and all Information, we also have
for sale tracts of 50 to 6,000 acres best
fruit lands, best prices, best terms.
Ample bank snd other references furnisher! on application.
Kootenay Orchard Association
nelson, b. c.
NOTICE.
In the matter of sn application for the is- tie of
duplicate of the e��r titles tea of Title for Lots B, 7,
8, and 17, Block 3, lowii ol Kitchener (*M��6��sj
and Lot6187, Group One, In the D r ot of Kootenay.
Notice is hcrehy given that It my Intention
to Issue at the expiration of one month after the
first publication hereof.duplicates of Certificates
of Title of the above lots tu the name of Joseph
Walker which certificates are dated 22nd day of
June, 1908 snd numbered 2i8iAand X482A respectively.
Lsnd Registry Office, Nelson, B. C.nDrd July.
1907.
"H. F. MacLsod,"
District Registrar.
F. C GREEN       F. F. BURDEN        A. H. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Gvil Engineer.*, Dominion and British
Colombia Land Surveyors
COR.VXTORIa k KOOTENAY STS.. NELSON, B.C?
P. 0. Box 145   nunc 261 B.
CANADIAN
RAILWAY
Special
Excursions
To Winnipeg and points in
Ontario, Quebec, Maritime
Provinces, Central and Eastern States, August 8th, 9th
and 10th, September i i th,
J 2th and 13th.
Full particulars as to stop overs, etc.,
on application.
Splendid New Soo Spokane Service,
451/2 Hours Between St. Paul and Spokane. Catch the Flyer at Cranbrook lor
All Pointa Eaat.
Daylight service between Nelson and
Spokane including 50 miles on Kootenay Lake In elegant new steamer Kus-
1 anook. Fare (6.60. Return f 12.45.
Good for 30 days.
Scenery through Arrow Lakes and
Rocky Mountain resorts unexcelled In
the world.
E. J. OOYLE, J. MOB,
A.G.P.*..VancouTer. D.P.A.. Nelaon
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Soc. C. K.
DOMINION  AND  PROVINCIAL  LAND
CURVEYOR.
Mining Worn a Specialty.
Office: Bealey Building,    p. o. Ilox Ail
Baker St., NELSON, B. C.
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COLONIAL
is the now style Wfl are shoving in
CUT GLASS
Among the new articles just
opened up are: Bread Trays, Nut
Bowls and Candle sticks, besides
Jugs, Bowls and Nappies.
Don't fail to get our prices on
these  goods.
LOCAL A1ND GENERAL
11
J. O. PATENAUDE
Watchmaker and Optician
MANUPAOTURWa
JKWK1.1.HK-.
Oar THURMAN MIXTURE
JV1I3ET.INC1S
[torn In Falrview, August 29th, to the
wife of I lurry Houston, a daughter.
Uncle Tom'i Cabin.
Tin' old reliable "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
will be seen here Thursday, September
12th.
Bought a Launch.
J. K. Amiable has purchased a gasoline launch, which he will use in showing prospective customers his fruit land
along Arrow lake.
Old Tlmera' Reunion.
Those pioneers who all came to Kootenay in 1884 foregathered at the Hume
hotel yesterday afternoon and celebrated enthusiastically for a few hours.
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Is inanufractured  iron,  lite  fliitiKi   tobacco, s iu-
rlpcned and dew sweetened.     It's mlM, full-
flavored and pooL    a tobsoooyoa
ought to try
W. cA. THURMAN,
tobacconist..   Baker Street.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Fruit,
Fttel 4?* Pooltry Co., Ltd.
OFFICE:
N.E. CO.. Biker   and   Ward   8ta.
>;<>._ i��ili-tl a*,,rty meet, every Friday
ev.'iiintt at H i> iu., tu ttie Miners' fnlon Hall
All hit inviu-.l; any one allowed to take pan in
thedebatat.  1. Austin.Secretary.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. L Croadsdaile & Si
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils lor
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat BuilderH will find it to then advantage to us" our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
Llmltad.
SPECIAL
5-Room House and 3 Lots, Observatory street. House
well plastered and in good
shape. $1,000. Good
Terms.
Cor*. Vsrnon   Mini  W��t-u Strsata,
NBUONi H- O,
C. H. Edict, It. (.'hutch. J. Crtmin.
Spokane; B. Clarkson and wife, T.
Foote, A. \V. Davts. Hossland; N. Mac-
kay. K. Williams and wife. C. F. Caldwell, Kaslo, C. W. Griffin, Hamilton,
C.   P.  DuiiKlua,   Montreal;   \V.   Herbert,
F. L. Andrews. T. H. Blrmingmam, T.
Johnston, R. J. Gay, T. G. Urown, Toronto; U. G. ShouldlQ, G. W. Morfttt.
Calgary; H. B. Morley, D. A. Woodward.
A. Chaini.ers, Vancouver;  C. Whctham.
G. H. Gantham, T. C. Itnbinson, wife
ami child, D. Murray AUUter, C. Luko.
Winnipeg; H. K. BoatUe. Cranbrook; J.
H. Hansel, Chicago; A. H. Henderson,
wife and son. Saudon; H. S. Gallagher,
Portland:   R.  Davison.  Preston.
Gone Fishing.
Premier Mel,ride has gone to Stave
Lake for a ten-days' fishing trip. The
recent heavy work of the executive
since the premier's return from the Old
Country has told heavily upon him, necessitating the vacation.
Inquiry.
K .ward Walker, his friend. Hugh
MarKae, or any one else who knows
the present address of Edward Walker
is teauested to communicate it to bin
mother. Mrs. Walker, of Cartmel House,
Tunstall, Staffordshire, England.
Visiting Nelson.
Mrs. II. F. Green, son and daughter,
came down from Kaslo last evening and
are visiting at Dr, Martin's home. They
have been spending the past seven
weefcfl visiting with old friends at Kaslo.
and will return to the coast tonight.
Another  Farewell.
At a meeting of the Sons of England
last night an address was presented to
Thomas Morley, who leaves tonight to
make his home in Vancouver, expressing the esteem and regard of the brethren and their sincere regret at his departure from Nelson.
Patronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
i.Best Located Hotel to Nebon
A (.���! :':���.���: :   Elegant     Cuisine Choicest
Civility and Cleanliness.
t'uder 0x9 inaiiftK'Tnent nf   R   K. Noble,
late of Toronto, Ottawa ami
Wlnniptfj,
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER  8T.
W. Wallace. Hamilton; J. A. Thompson, Portland; A. J. McMillan, Hossland; F. G. Claudett, H. M Puzy. London; S. Parkinson. J. Krausnmnn, It.
A. Furst. Montreal; F. Hall, Mr. and
Mrs. Pettigrew, Toronto; T. Hall, Ed-
monton; t, t. Crelghton, J. Cameron.
San Francisco; G. Rellly. F. Green,
Giavenhurst; S. Stewart, Buckingham;
E. Foster, England. England; J. Genelle,
Cascade; A. L. Logan and wife, Morris-
burg, a
QUEEN'S
Miss Goddard. Miss Word. Greewood;
P. Helsehy and wife. Slocan; J. N.
Campbell and wire, Miss H. Campbell,
Phoenix; Mrs. A. EL Each. Calgary, M.
Mackenzie, Miss F. Macdonald. C. R.
McDuacote, Kaslo; T. J. Graham, Greenwood; .1. 11. Stewart, W. Main Johnstone, Toronto.
GRAND CENTRAL
M.    McMi'lan,     Edmonton;       J.     W.
Murphy. Swift Current;  P. Montgomery.
R��glna;   G.   A.   Cameron.  P.   Waterson.
Paulson;  G. Young. Kootenay Landing;
M.  Kinch  F. W. Nock and wife. Winnipeg;   D,  E.  Dye,  Kokanee;   A.  Dickson.
California;     H.   Smith.   Kamloops;     T.
Wall.  Eholt;     C. M. O'Drien,  Ymir;   C.
A. Magney, A. L. Smith, Spokane.
BARTLETT.
.1   Redden, Slocan; G. B, Elkes, Ross
land;   T.   J.   Fisher,  Kaulo;   S.   W*aters.
Vanciuver;   C.  Gill,  J.  EmmerBon,   Sil-
verton.
ROYAL
P. R. Lewis and wife. Poplar; D. Har-
rlgan, Northport.
TREMONT
R.   Laurens!een.    New   Westminster;
R. M. Macleod, Ainsworth;  .1. Franklin.
Winnipeg. J. W. Peck. Seattle.
Merry Dance.
The Twentyto-One club, a social organization composed mainly of members of the Independent Workers of
thr> World, held a dance in the Knights
of Pythias' hall last night. About 75
couples were present and enjoyed good
music, refreshments, dancing and cosy
corners.
Pleased With Nelson.
A. A. Logan and wife, of Morrisburg.
Ont.. are in the city and guests at the
Strathcona. Mr. Logan was at one time
mayor of Morrisburg, and is now prominently identified with the business interests of that place. He is delighted
with what he has already Been of Nelson and vicinity and may prolong his
stay here.
WANTED
General Job Work. Chimney Sweep
tag, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean
Jng Stoves, etc.
JACKSON   RADCLIFFE,
111  East Baker St. Phone No. A114
Leaving Nelson.
August Thomas and Thomas Sproat,
who are leaving Nelson to go into business in Tacoma. were the guests of
honor at an informal gathering at the
flrand Central hotel last night, when
the regret of their friends for their departure was feelingly expressed on the
bagpipes.
Delayed  by Train.
David Karn, of Kaslo, has been In the
city for several days awaiting the return of his wife and daughter from
Portland, where they have been visiting
several weeks. They should have arrived here last night, but on account of
bad connections on the Great Northern
have been delayed.
Horse Races.
The programme for the horse races
during the Fair has been arranged as
follows; Wednesday, Sept. 18th, quarter mile, open to local horses only, 1st,
Jf.O.OO; 2nd, $25.00. Thursday. Sept. 19,
three-eighth mile, open to all, $250.
Quarter mile, open to all, $225. Friday,
Sept. 20th, half mile, open to all, $200.
In open races first takes 65 per cent, of
purse, second '15 per cent. Entrance
fee five per cent, of purse, winner five
per cent additional. In all races four to
enter three to start. In all races best
twii In three heats. Entries must be
filed with the secretary not later than
10 a. m. Wednesday, Septemher 18th.
INFORMATION   WANTED.
Mrs. Wnlkr-r, of CartmH House, Tun-
Vtfl 1, Staffs. England, would be pleased
to correspond with any person who
knows of the whereabouts of either
Edward Walker or his friend. Hugh
MucRae. Mrs. Walker has not heard of
her son since iasi  October.
A. McDonald &Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Grocerio'
Batter, Eggs.
Oamp and Miner!' Supplies.
LOST.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity 8hop. A new
line of Japanese Good! now on Bale.
All kinds of Dtnnerware In stock. Pattern!. 	
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
rVBUSOlN.
B. C
GOLD CHAIN, between Hoover unci \ernon
Streets. Hnltnlile reward will be Dew lor ii*
return.   Me Derm id A MeHardy.
A I'OCKK'I HOOK t-nntalntng a slgued cheque of
iheBei mi i   n. Ln-r  Mining  I'lmii'Htiv,   payable
to fi.  <*.  Wa.lt', ami   letters.     Finder   kin"
leave ��t No Place inn
idly
SILVER   CIRI.UL,
The Silver Grill haa opened under niw management. White labor
only employed. The beat 35 cent
meal  in the city.
SOTHERN    A   JEWELL,
Proprietor!.
The Store of Quality
INOTH1INQ  LIKE
THE    BEST
McLaren's
IS IT   IN
Baking Powder
Jelly Powder
Extracts
C A Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine 8ta.
PHONB 7
NEW
RECORDS
VICTOR   DISCS
COLUMBIA DISCS
EDISON CYLINDERS
A large consignment just received, Including all the latest records.
Come   In   and  hear   them   and   make
your selections.
10-Inch   Discs 75c   each
12-Inch  Discs $1.25 each
Victor Red Seal. Discs.$1.25 to 6.00 each
Edison Cylinders 40c each
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wholesale and  Retail Dealers ID
Fresh and Salted Meats
(lamps snppliod on shorteet notice and
lowest price. Nothing but  frtwh and
wholesome meats and Htipplen kept in Rtock
Mail orders receive oarefnl attention.
E.  C.   TRAVES,   Manager.
W# G�� Thomson
Nelson, B. C.
BOOKBKLLKR and
HTATIONKH.
Phoni <3-4.
PERSONAL.
.lames Cronln came In from Rosaland
and Trail last night.
C. B. McAllister, of the Nakusp Fruit
hands co., of Nakusp, is In the city.
Nell MacKay came down from Kaslo
last night and returned this morning.
R. E. Seattle, of Cranbrook, passed
through last night on his way home
from Trail.
J. W. Hansel, of the firm of llanael,
I-.arig.in & Knappen, returned to the
city last night.
P. Wade returned yesterday from
Innlsfail, where he had gone to attend
his brother's funeral.
CANADIAN   DESPATCHES.
Wepalla. Sask.. Aug. 30.���The roller
mills took fire yesterday and were totally destroyed. The cause of the Are wat.
the explosion of a lamp in the basement
Ottawa, Aug. 30.���A telegram received by Humphrey Elliott, York St., announces a double drowning at Night
Hawk lake, 120 miles northwest of Cobalt, in which Ceo. 3. Johnson and a
man named McRae lost their lives. The
accident happened ou Sunday last, the
two victims being thrown Into the lake
from a canoe. The bodies had not been
recovered when the telegram was sent
TO i-ET
TWO FIRBT-CLArJS SHGOMR   i<eam heated
plv bonSSkSSDST. 3rd flat. K. w, C. hlock.
WANTED
A   PARTNER   with   0.000   tn    i.iirrhuRP  n   frntt
ranch Dear NelAon   A good ipMUlattoil> Partner nesd not he actively BasSfM "ii ranch.
For particular! apply T. G. PROC't KB.
AT  01V0S.     A BELL  BOV       Apply the Strath-
co n ii.
WAN I > If -by y0UQ( Mik ii Kii in a n, lob with fruit
farmei Where he can thoroughly learn the
biixliieHN At prem-nt in Winnipeg hut would
come nt oiicc.   AddrcM H. D*i Dally Canadian.
TKACHKH at Meadowi 960 per month. W,
Bpnitley. flecretury, Erie, P O.
FOR  SALE.
FOR BALE���flU-roomed cottage, Stanley Street
near Mill. Modern Improvement!. Il.tiOO.
Terinit given.    Apply MM  Bason.
BOLL   TOP   OFFICE   DESK   and   Offlc*  ('hair.
Apply i'KFtor rihaiiki.
Ram Lai Tea
Packed in the Gardens Where
It Is Grown-Can Be Bought for
the Same Money as a Cheaper
Tea.
We Stake Our Reputation on
the Quality and Reccommend
It to All Tea Drinkers as Absolutely the Best Value Offered.
50c per lb.
Rob.M.Hood&Co-
K. W. 0. Block . Pboaa U.
aTTEItfOH
Is Penoymed
FOR
iTSSCEflEPY
Its Business Energy
AMD
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NEW   ID
IN SCHOOL EXERCISES AND
SCRIBBLING BOOKS
All  the authorized Text  Books for
Public and High Schools.
Mail orders promptly filled.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR  BAKER and WARD.
Phone SI
1NEUSOIN    IROIN   WORKS
A. ISAAC
R. W. HINTON'
BINailSBBRS   AIND  CONTRACTORS
POUNDERS AND
iMACMIINISTS
Rwp.viriri.fj ����n��J ajubblng M��cut(*d with I>*����pn        __   	
  i Atliili^s^flirtcrMttl JsfSS*��nlnSM*9/e>&    Manufacturer* ol
Or��  Cars,   R.  R.   Contrawtora*
teh.    Himui M.tnl
i u f ��� ��� tr^^^^^^^^
Corner of Hall and
Front UtreeU.
NELSON,    B. C.
Telephone U
I'.O. Boi ; i.,,
FRUIT
Plums, per basket 35c
Peaches, per lb  15c
Pears, 2 lb. for 25c
Apples, 3 lb. for 25c
Crab Apples, 3 lb. for 2.5c
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK
A.O. LAMBERT & CO.
A^Dr^asm Liimbe*��� Shingles.
Lath, Alouldlnsrs, Doors, Windows.
lurnajd Work and Braaettaat*.
VHRNON STRBBT   ���
Mail Ordan promptlj aitrnded k.
NBLSOIV, 11. O.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company. Limited.
lNEUSOlN, B. C
Piano  and Singing; Lessons
Given  by  Mr.. Wint.r  Ev.ry Saturday
Mra. Winter holda certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certificate from Trinity
College. London, Eng., for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conservatoire of Music for singing and piano
playing. Addraaa Box 796. N.l.on.
Reglna, Aug. 30���Tire first Installment
of retaliation promise, by the Chinamen
on account of the round-up of celestials
on Friday evening laHt, was given at the
R. N. W. M. P. court house, Reglna,
yesterday, when Corporal Hogg, of the
R. N. W. M. P., Chief Harwood, Constables Gleadow and Hogarth of the city
police, were charged each on four separate counts with having on or about
August 23rd or 24th at Reglna made unlawful assaults on Wing Chong Lung,
Mack Sing aud Mah Po, and without
lawful authority having forcibly seized
and Imprisoned them.
Toronto, Aug. 30.���The Knabenschue
airship, piloted by Gall Robinson, took
a flight from the exhibition groundB yesterday during a gale. It sailed for half
a mile In lhe direction of the city hall
tower, then something gave way and
the airship landed on the cupola of a
school house, leaving its pilot In a perilous position. Robinson and the airship
were reacued with the help of ropes.
Robinson said he did wrong to go up In
such a wind, but the directors were
Importunate, with press and public egging them on, so he decided to go If It
was his last day of life,
Biahop of London Saila.
Liverpool, Aug. 30.���The bishop of
London, Dr. A. F. W. Ingram, who will
present to Old Bruton Pariah church at
Williamsburg, Va., tho second oldest
church In America, the Bible which
King Edward has given It In connection with the Jamestown exposition,
sailed for Canada today on the Allan
Line Steamibip Victoria..
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Agent for Tniacott Lftunchei
tui'l reterboro Cauoe...
Fluent Lot of   Hoau ID B. C.
H.   L.   LINDSAY
Foot ol Joseph Ine St.      Tel. A18
Purcha^s Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
ROR  SALE
Hay and Timber Land���About 40
acres of hay and 60 acres of timber,
right beside a R. R. siding and only a
short distance from Nelson. $20.00
per acre.
Geo. G. McLAREN
 Baker St., Qppoalte Queerr'a Hotel.
For Sale
COTTAGE���3 rooms, water and electric
light, woodshed, chicken houses, fruit
trees, % block from car line. For
quick   sale.    Terms given.     $750.00.
6% acres within mile of city. Suitable
for market garden-   Terms given.
LAND on Kootenay and Arrow lakes,
Slocan, Kootenay and Salmon rivers,
etc.    From $10 to $45 per acre.
STARKEY & CO.{
Wholwalaj Provlailorui,
Produea, ��� fruit.
^Government Dreamery One-Pound Brloki receive** weekly fceeh from U�� j
ohorn.    For Bale by all leading grocer!.
Offloe and warebonae: Houston Block,    Phone 79. ,
Nelson. B. C {
Josephine Street.
Hammocks
F. B.  LYS
Real  Estate  and  General  Agent.
Weat Baker Street. NELSON. B. C.
LAND   REGI8TRY  ACT.
Take noticu that an application haa been marie
to reg-lnter Arthur Hamilton Bt'chanan a��
the owner In Fee Pimple, under a tax Ufi deed
from B. J. Btenion, Deputy AgHesnorand Collect
nf the Storan Assessment District, to Arthur
Hamilton Buchanan, bear.or date the 7th of
November, A D..190H, of all and singular that
certain parcel, or tract, of land, and premises,
situate: lying and Ixstng in the Dlnlrletof KooUv
nay. In the Province nf British Columbia, more
particularly known and described as:
Lot number nine hundred and seventy ff^O),
' iron ii one (I), in the District of Kootenay, "Bun-
set Mineral Claim.       /
You and each of vnu are required to contest the
claim ot the tax purchaser within fourteen days
from the date of the Bet-vice ol thin notice  upon
foil, and In default of a caveat, or certificates of
is pendens butns; filed within such period, you
from set-
I the said
        -.a!.!.!..********.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!���-.          Hj*HllltOIa
Buchanan aw owner thereof.
Dated at Land Registry Oftlce, Nelson, Province of British Columbia, this25th day of April,
A D., 1907. F
H. F. Ma��:LEOD,
���   _, _.    ' District Ketcintrar.
To BBifjAMIN F.  Daviis
The Hunset Cold  St Silver -Htulna Company (foreign).
will be forever estopped and dcbarrevTi
tins up any i^alm   to, or  in   respect oft be said
land,   and   I   *jhall   register Arthur  Hi
Our shipment of these has been delayed in transit but w* uS   I
them now, and in order to clear before the season is too
far advanced we are selling them at prices, that
should place one in every home.    Call a.nd
be convinced and enjoy comfort.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited. N.uon ���>.*��*
Gnns and
Ammunition
If yon are thinking of baying a Riflo or (inn this ������,��
and inspect our stock.
call
We also carry all the best makes of Ammunition, inul"'11"8
Dt^nmion,    Eley,     Kynoch,     U.M-C
and Winchester.
Wood Vallance Hardware Co., Limited
WhoUult
NBUSON
Rtltil

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