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Array ��tye   Sfctih}
ih 2.    No. 54.
NELSON, B. C, TUESDAY. AUGUST 6, 1907.
Fiptt Cbnts a Month
INIONS CLASH
Ing Lights of Science
Divided
BT TRANSMUTATION?
It Professors Quoted For and
ist Conclusions of Sir
William Ramsay*
, Auk. (J.���Sir William Ramsay
jt to requeatB for further infor-
-n hln discovery of the transmu-
metalB   by   means  of   radium
ns, Haid that the fart that the
tw   change of  the  emanations
urn resultH in the formation of
as   known   long  ago.
may   say   that   I   hope  soon   to
the   more   recent    observation,
leliuni  in gases derived from a
of thorium nitrate.
the  transmutation  of ���
\g been experimenting w
different combinations brought
ct    with    vadium    emanation.
ct    with    radium   emanation.
���, an   inert  gas is  produced   by
This Ih the little known ele-
When a solution of copper
used Instead of water, argon
i jp Where Sir Williams serlc-n of
Bts   attained  the  utmost   Inter-
flflpt lhe solution of copper phos-
been treated  by  the emana-
I the copper  was  removed," ho
i spectrum of the residue was
time  after  time  with  the  ut-
uj Lions, both with  copper ni
copper  Bulphate.    The    red
ftppeared  constantly.
ake    assurance    doubly    sure
I --experiments    were   tried    with
rates, and no lithium  line ap-
nor did the lithium line api��-ar
ectrum of the solution of cop-
iphate before contact  with  the
n.
appeared to bo only one con-
hat   I   could   draw   from   these
Jons,  and   that   Is  that   copper
on by  the emanation had been
to   the   flrst   member   of   that
elements,   namely,  lithium."
I *Slr    Kdwin    Hay    Lankester h
nt that the production of helium
Elum established the fact of the
Revolution   of oue   element   into
as not seriously questioned, but
to a vigorous  controversy,
ourse   of   which   !.rord   Kelvin,
flng a high  tribute to the brll-
lntcresting  work   of Sir   WI1-
nsay and  Prof Soddy, said:
Bests nothing more toward any
.tloii of the atomic doctrine pro
imo 2,600 years ago by Democri-
|unlverHally adopted by chemists
|T phlloaophers of the nineteenth
than   does   Sir   William   Kam-
Iginal   discovery   of   helium   as
nation   from   mineral   cleveite:
Ions   conclusion   from    the   two
lies Is that, cleveite and radium
ntaln   helium."
liver I^odge,  Prof.  Soddy, R.  O.
ftnd  others were arrayed  in  the
camp, strongly supporting the
transmutation.
ne  quarters  there   is  a  dlsposi-
f*nd  fault   with   the   Lancet   for
fended  Its  article  "Modern  Al-
feTransmutatlon   Realized,"   wiih
Tttng to know more of Sir Wll
���Scent discoveries.
-IC     FORE3TER8    CONVENE
Hesult   Likely  to   Be  Raising   of
Insurance  Rates.
hul. Aug. 6.���More than 200 dele-
tho eighteenth annual eonven-
he Catholic International Order
���stfvs are In St. Paul today, hav
rived   last  night and   today   from
and   the   middle   states.     The
said to have 130,000 members
JniH to be the strongest Roman
fraternal   organization   in   the
j At 10 o'clock this morning the
Op assembled at the cathedral to
mass  and this was  the  only
| the convention programme car-
this forenoon.    This afternoon
of   the   credential   committee
cerB are being read.    The meet-
111 be held In the old capitol. This
there will be a parade through
?n-town   streets   followed   by   a
; at the Auditorium, at which ad-
will  be  delivered  by Governor
Mayor  Smith  and   prominent
of   the   order.     Much   of   the
t convention meetings will be do-
' a discussion of the advisability
ng the insurance rates.    A com-
vas appointed at the last meet*
linvestlgate   the   matter.       Thii
tee Is ready to report and it Is
*K.
likely thut the report will be. forthcoming tomorrow. It seems to be the
concensus of opinion that a recommendation will be made to raiHu the rates
\,con*jrrn with the fraternity tables of
irders, as the Foresters' rate Is
tpfo '���  lower than that other fra-
.   ...     Watt .The  convention  will   re
main li*     ��/�� 'Ml Thursday night.
"   ^Cfe        ���
Freak L�� * , *��*>*:.alt.
El Paso, Tex., Aug.' * jne half of a
man's body held by the authorities of
one state and the other half held by another state, and each Htate refusing to
give up the half it holds. Is a situation
now existing In Mexico which serves to
magnify some of the incongruities of
the laws of that country, iulguel Martinez, a Mexican Central brakeman, went
to sleep under one of the cars of his
train while It was on a siding al Esplri-
tus Santo Zacatecas. The train Htarted
up and oat him squarely in two at the
belt. Half the body rolled to the side
of tbe track, and half becoming tangled
in the brake beam* was parried to Salinas, San Loull Potosl. The authorities In each state took possession of
half the body and refused to return the
half It has over to the other. No official
Investigation can proceed without a
who'e corpse as a basis, hence the au
thorlties are at swords points and the
relatives of the dead man are unable to
do anything.
WEALTH 15 GENUINE
Visiting Experts Endorse Cobalt and Attribute Decline of Stock to
Manipulation.
Toronto, Aug. 6.���It Is a battle between Science and Finance; between
Nature and  Dollar. ,
Down in the money marts of wily
Wall stteet the speculator and the capitalist have decreed the fate of the field.
The campaign of depreciation has been
Inaugurated; the ticker has been set In
motion; the craft of the "coup artist"
has been Invoked. Niplsslng is being
"hammered."
Up yonder. In the uukept. untamed
open of the field Itself, where every step
has been hewn from the solid rock aod
the rugged pathways climb up and down
hills as high as t:oua ��, lhe tSfom and iu
tellect of science have bee i busy.
Under Ihe offlrla! escort ul the Minister of Mines, tis Ixpu'y and the fio-
vlnclal Geologist, the exjv:Ks ��f the
world���for they 00310 from every clime
���have spent the days peering, prvii.g.
examining, testing, comparing, determining, judging.
These men do not waa. figures but
facts.
To them manipulations of the market are as naught. They care nothing
for the battledore and shuttlecock of
the speculator: know nothing of the
"bulls" and "bears" or the rise and fall
of stock certificates. They are men entirely disinterested, men skilled by
training and experience to "size up" the
possibilities and probabilities of tbe
mine, to determine its qualities and
solve Its defects.
The Nlplssing has been under the microscope of science, and has been pronounced good.
The mining superintendent who was
In charge of the sightseers was asked
the question: "Why. In view of this
wonderful plenty, and the steady shipment of your ore. Is so much public
doubt evidenced in the value of your
stock?"
"Manipulation," was the monosyllabic
response. "There Is no use telling the
public anything." he added. "They must
find out for themselves. We are here
running 12,000 ounces to the ton, but
they want to bear tho stock, and so
down go the prices. We are shipping
away,  but It  makes  no  difference."
Qo out among the practical miners all
through the big silver camp, and put the
question:   "What   of   Niplsslng?"
The answer invariably came promptly
and wiih certainty: "One of the best
mines In  the camp."
The Nlplssing property Is the largest
In the camp, covering 846 acres. Standing at the top of the great shaft of the
rich Nancy Helen mine OD the adjoining hill, to the north of the T. & N. O.
station. Superintendent Itlitck directed
the writer's view southeast, over the
hills on the opposite side of the lake���
Beamed and cross-cut with trenching
that showed the veins of the Niplsslng
property. For hundreds of acres there
is visible evidence of richness In silver.
Tho output of the mine to date runs
into millions on the official records nnd
its Immense acreage Impressed the visiting expert with Its possibilities. It is,
moreover, close to the I��a Rose, Trethe-
way, Nancy Helen, Conlagns and other
properties whose richness has been
proved.
The engineers and geologists critically examined the ore In the different
veins, chipping off their own specimens.
The main shafts are on the hill just
southeast of Cobalt lake. This hill Is
180 feet above the level of the lnke, and
the deepest shaft Is down from 40 to
RO feet below the lake level. Men are
regularly employed digging out the ore
for shipment, and among them Into the
caverns and over the veins the scientists went.
They wore more than gratified���they
were enthused. Exclamations of astonishment and approval were heard on
every hand.
STRINGENT ORDER
Railway Commission Hard
on Grand Trunk
TWO CENT-A-MILE KATE
Company's   Counsel Says  Statute
from which Authority h Drawn
Is Obsolete.
Montreal, Aug. 6.���The judgment of
the railway commission directing the
Grand Trunk Pacific railway to issue
third-class tickets at the rate one cent
a mile, and to run third-class passenger carriages attached to one train per
day each way, Is the most Interesting
topic of conversation in railway circles
In Montreal today.
The verdict of railway men from the
official statement of the leading railway
officials of both the Grand Trunk Pacific
railway and the Canadian Pacific railway, is that tlie Judgment Is "that of a
foolish body," because the act under
which It is given has long since been
obsolete.
Mr. Charles M. Hays, second vice
president and general manager of the
Grand Trunk railway .against whom the
proceedings to put on the "penny a
mile" car were taken, 1b in Montreal,
but was not at all inclined to personally discuss the question. He answered a question put to him by saying:
"I have no official notification of the
finding of the commission and therefore
have nothing to say." Mr. Hays was
asked If he would make a statement for
publication, and he replied that he
would prefer that Mr. W. H. Biggar,
general solicitor of the Grand Trunk,
should make any public announcement
that is to be made.
Mr. Iltggar, discussing the question,
said: "It Is not necessary to say that
there la a law udder which the Grand
Trunk Is ordered to put on Its train between here aud Toronto a third-class
cat r age. in which passengers can ride
at a rate of a penny a mile." The act
was passed In 1872, and was called 'An
Act Incorporating the Grand Trunk
Railway of Canada.' In the act there
was a clause to the effect that the
gauge of the road was to be six feet six,
that clause has long since been declared a thing of the past, and I think
it is only reasonable to figure out that
the reference to the penny a mile, which
has never been followed, should also be
considered obsolete.
"The Quebec East Road, a part of the
Intercolonial, has the same terms attached to Its charter, but who ever
heard of It putting on a penny a mile
car?"
WICKED  JAPANESE.
Korean Delegate Tells Americans  How
Orientals Scheme.
New York, Aug. 6.���A little man that
has a big mission reached New York to
day in the person of TJong Oul KI,
prince of the royal house of Corea and
late unsuccessful suppliant for his country at The Hague, He has come to
America to explain how Corea has been
buffeted by Japan, hopes to see President Roosevelt and Secretary Root and
to stir America Into some sort of Intervention. As the price of It all. the
prince believes that Japan Is out to kill
him as soon as it gets a good chance.
He may be assassinated here, he says,
but he thinks Japan will wait till he
gets back to Corea.
Prince KI came on the Majestic with
his fellow delegate, YI Sang Sul. who
was vice-prime minister of Corea until
forced out by the treaty of last November. YI Tjone, the third delegate, died
suddenly at Tne Hague of heart failure
when be learned that his emperor had
abdicated.
Said the prince: "If your nations
would only wake up to what Japan Is
trying to do In the Pacific, Japanese
goods are going into Corea free, Eng
tlsh goods are taxed fifty times over.
It will be the same In China. Japan
Is jealous of the United States because
she wants the Philippines���and will get
them too, If you don't look out. Japan
Is now very warlike and boastful; thinks
she could command the world. You ask
me If she will ever fight the United
States ? Well, here Is a figure foi you.
A well dressed man may have empty
pockets, but If you are an Intelligent
peoplo, I. ask you not to trust Japan
ns a friend. The Japanese cannot be
true frlenda. Their two first characteristics are ctmnlngand treachery. You
have heyrd this ? You don't believe ?
I tell you It Is true. I know the Japanese. They don't know what real
friendship means."
PARENTS*  HOPE   DIED.
Story    From    Atlantic    Liner���Father**
Forgiveness Depended on Heir.
Chicago, Aug. 6.���A special to the
Inter-Ocean from New York says: "This
morning the steamship Nteuw Amsterdam arrived at Its pier with 730 cabin
and 1600 steerage passengers. The
death on board the Nlenw Amsterdam
of a one-year-old child on the fourth
day out forms a somewhat tragic feature in an unusual story. Cornelius
Jepkens earned tho displeasure of his
parents, who are residents of one of
the Holland settlements In Michigan,
by marrying a young Frlesland girl,
while on a visit there two years ago.
The parents, who are weathly, disinherited him. Shottly after his marriage
Jepkens wrote to his father asking forgiveness, but the latter remained for a
long time obdurate. Letter followed letter with the same result, until finally
the young husband received an epistle
giving him much consolation. It stated
that if he should visit the parental home
when the first child was a year old, provided It was a boy, he would not only
be reinstated In favor but his father.
who is advanced In years, would directly make a will naming his as sole heir.
Never was a child so jealously guarded or so lovingly cared for as the young
Jepklns baby. To tlie grief of the parents the little one sickened and dier
of convulsion on the fourth day out
from Rotterdam. The orders were flrst
to bury the little one, but the parents
objected; they wanted to carry the
child with them, if not alive, at least in
Its casket so that its grandfather might
see it. This was finally agreed to and
the child was embalmed and placed in
a casket. This morning when the vessel arrived the parents shipped the
casket on ahead and* telegraphed the
grandparents. Mr. Jepklns will not be
sure until he reaches the Holland settlement In Michigan and sees his father
whether, when his child died in mid-
ocean, his hopes of Inheritance did not
die with it.
THURSDAY'S PROGRAMME
List of Varied Aquatic Attractions Ar
ranged for by Boat Club for
Midsummer Regatta.
At a meeting of the executive committee of the Nelson Boat club held in
Dr. Hall's office at noon today, the programme for the midsummer regatta on
Thursday afternoon was drawn up as
lol lows:
Men's single canoe race.
Men's double canoe race.
l-aiiies double canoe race.
Ladles   single   canoe   race.
Mixed double canoe race.
Tilting competition.
Swimming race.
Tub race( contestants find their own
tubs).
Indian canoe race, for small cash
prize.
C. A. Lee will act ns starter and Captain Gore and N. S. Fraser as judges.
For all the above races entries will
be received at the post.
There will also be three four-oared
races and single scull   races.
Arrangements have been made for
serving afternoon tea at the club house
and for an extra barge for the comfort
of the spectators.
As one of the principal objects of
the regatta, next to encouraging proficiency In oarsmanship among the club
members. Is to provide a good day's
sport for the people of Nelson, it was
resolved that should the weather be unfavorable or even threatening, the re
patta should be postponed for a week,
and pulled off under the best circumstances  possible.
Distress In the North.
Edmonton, Aug. 5.���Piled up In the
fur department of McDougall & Secord,
and presided over by Henry Fraser,
there are at present thousands of dollars worth of furs, the property of Mr.
Colin Fraser and Mr. Ben Hursell.
There packs were brought In by the
freighters, and remained unopened until
Colin Fraser arrived from Athabasca
Landing. Mr. Fraser reports considerable distress among the Indian bands
as the result of the scarceness of game.
At Fort Chippenwayan, In an effort to
relieve the distress, 30 bags of flour
that were available were distributed to
600 impoverished Indians.
Crushing   Defeat.
Chicago, Aug. 6.���A special to the
Record-Herald .from Newport, R. I.
says: Mrs. Ogden-Golet and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt are to have no place
lnthe festivities In honor of Crown
Prince William of Sweden, who will ar
rive here August 22 for a stay of five
days with Mrs. Stuyvesant Flsh. For
the first time on the occasion of the
v'slt of a distinguished nobleman here,
Mrs. F sh has absorbed the situation.
Ellhu, Jr., Engaged.
New York, Aug. t>.���Announcement is
made of the engagement between Ellhu
Root, Jr., eldest Bon of Ellhu Root, secretary of state, and Miss Livingston
/8tilker, eldest daughter of President
|M. W. Wolsely Striker, of Hamilton
ccl.ege.
WAR HAS BEGUN
French and Spanish Force
Landed
BOMBARD CASA BLANCA
Moorish Command?r of Fortress Joins
Tribesmen Against Foreigners
but Soon Surrenders.
Tanglers, Aug. 6.���The French cruiser Galilee was bombarding the Moorish
quarters of Casa Blanca and the neigh
borhood of the city, when the last
steamer, which has just arrived left
that port.
The Kabyles attacked Casa Blanca
and the Moorish authorities applied to
the commander of the Galilee for assistance. He thereupon landed 60 men
and a Spanish cruiser 40. This landing
party was fired on the Kabyles, and
seven Frenchmen, Including an officer,
were wounded. The combined forces
of the French and Spanish partly-
cleared the city of hostile tribesmen.
Guards were then placed about the foreign consulates and then the Galilee
opened Ore with her big guns on the
rebels.
London, Aug. 6.���A special despatch
received here from Tangier today describing the bombardment of Casa Blanca says that the French cruiser Du
Chayla and the Spanish gunboat Don
Elvario participated with the Galilee In
the bombardment of the villages surrounding Casa Blanca, which were destroyed  by the fire of the warships.
During the bombardment large reinforcements of tribesmen came up and
many of tbem were killed or wounded.
The Casa Blanca battery Joined In
the filing on the foreign warships
whereupon the guns of the French and
Spanish cruisers were turned on the
battery, which soon caused the Moorish
commander to send a message to the
French admiral requesting his pardon.
TUis was refused and the admiral sent
a peremptory order to the Moorish commander to surrender himself to the
French Consul.
Paris, Aug. 6.���The expeditionary
force to be sent to Morrocco by the
French will consist of two battalions of
Algerian sharp shooters, a battalion of
the foreign legion, making a total of
2,400 infantry, two batteries of artillery,
300 light cavalry and half a squadron
of Shahis, Algerian cavalry in French
service. Part of these troops will be
embarked at Oran. on board crnlsers.
the remainder at Algiers aboard transports.
Baroness' Mind Fails.
New York, Aug. 6.���The Baroness Annie Harden Hlckey, daughter of John H.
Flagler, has been committed to a sanitarium in Connecticut by order of the
probate court in Stamford. There is
said to be little hope of a cure. Her
mental breakdown is traced back to the
death of her husband. John H. Flagler,
her father, has been appointed conservator of her fortune, which is said to be
almost entirely in  Standard Oil stock.
Never Again.
Chicago, Aug. 6.���A man and a woman accused of rocking a rowboat In
which they were rowing In Washington
park Sunday afternoon paid for their
fun yesterday, when they were fined by
Municipal Judge I.untry. The woman,
Mrs. Annie Finn, was lined the court
costs, amounting to $7, and the man,
George Morris, was fined $25 and costs.
Both paid the fines and promised never
to rock a boat again.
Fooling With Flags.
Chicago, Aug. 6.���A special to the
Tribune from Port Arthur, Ont., says:
The British flag Is not flying over Isle
Royale yet. Captain A. C. Young the
Canadian officer who sailed from this
port to raise the British flag over the
ls'and in Lake Superior returned today.
Captain Young says one of his men
waved a Union Jack over the island.
The United States customs officer, of
course, treated the matter as a joke and
offered entertainment to the visitors.
For a Woman.
Chicago, Aug. 6.���Joseph Glazebrook
was last night directly accused of the
murder of the policeman, Edward
Smith, of the mounted squadron, who
was shot and killed within a block of
his home at 1 o'clock yesterday morning. He was accused by the woman
whom both men loved. Mrs. Laura
N ghtlnKale. a divorcee, whoso home is
at 720 Park avenue.    The divorcee told
a story of how Glazebrook had come to
her home Wednesday night and finding
Smith there attempted to kill him after
a quarrel over her. She said she saved
the life of Smith by going to his rescue, beating Glazebrook over the head
with a chair, forcing horn to the floor
and giving Smith an opportunity to get
out of the house. Glazebrook at that
time swore he would kill Smith and departed.   Glazebrook denies the killing.
Rockefeller Is Some Use.
Chicago, Aug. 6.���-A special to the
Inter-Ocean from Clevland says: According to private advices received yesterday from New York the wealth of
John D. Rockefeller has made possible
the cure of spinal meningitis. Dr. Simon Flexnor, of New York, head of the
Rockefeller institute for medical research in that city, advises that he has
discovered a serum, the efficacy of
which has been demonstrated by experiments. A girl, almost dead when
the serum was applied, who no one
thought would recover, ia now getting
well. One of the worst diseases In the
calendar has been conquered without
doubt. Physicians say the serum is the
discovery of the age and that it means
the saving of thousands of lives. The
percentage of deaths in meningitis is
99 1-2. "
LIFE AND DEATH POWER
Extraordinary   Conditions   Exposed   by
Investigation  of  Hunchakist
in  New York.
New York, Aug. 6.���Evidence Is forthcoming that the Hunchakist, the Armenian revolutionary society which Is being investigated by the authorities, sanctions death penalties and Is an oath-
bound organization. County detectives
recently seized papers In the room of
Stephen Kadarian, an Armelan, and one
of these documents appears to be the
fundamental constitution of the Hucha-
kist. adopted In 1903 and amended In
1906 at the general convention of the
society held In Cairo, Egypt. Assistant
District Attorney Manley, who Is conducting the investigation has had this
copy of the constitution translated and
It appears from It that the central committee of the Hunchakist, which is the
governing but not the supreme group
of tlie organisation, may condemn any
member to death.
Pope Plus Suffering.
Rome, Aug. 6.���Persons who have
seen the Pope lately say that he is suffering from mental anxiety caused by
the outburst of anti-clericalism. Like
most every one else, he knows that
most of tne charges, made by the anti-
clericals, on which the movement la ostensibly based, are false, whilst others
are shamefully exaggerated and the
church is being made to suffer for the
misdeeds of a tew black sheep. Two of *
these His Holiness* has publicly unfrocked. They were rectors of parisli
churches in Rome.
Sacrificed  to  Service.
Elgin, 111., Aug. 6.���Dr. Leonard S.
Taylor, one of the most successful surgeons of the West, died yesterday, a
sacrifice to his profession. In May he
performed an operation which saved his
patient's life, but which has resulted tn
losing h's own. In sewing up a wound
after an operation for necrosis, Dr. Taylor pierced his thumb with the needle.
The poison entered the blood and his
whole body was Infected. Dr. Taylor
was 40 years old. He Is survived by his
wife and three children.
Crazy on Jewelry.
Berlin, Aug. 6.���Stories regarding the
extravagances of the King of Slam so
far as the purchase of jewelry is concerned, continue to crop out. Among
his recent purchases, it ts said. Is a
gold thimble, covered with diamonds
and other gems, which is valued at $75,-
000. In his palace at Bangkok the king
has an enormous store of jewels. The
apartments of the first and second
queens are said to contain large collections, while the walls of his own apartments are also covered with gems.
Russia's Free Press.
St. Petersburg. Aug. 6.���Drachlvsky.
the prefect of police, has issued an
order notifying all editors that they ren
der themselves liable to a fine of 4,000
rubles ($1,600) ~or three months' imprisonment by publishing without permission anything about the emperor or
the members of the Imperial family or
any comments upon a trial before the
rendering of the verdict.
Will Vassar Admit Them?
Shanghai, Aug. 6.���Several Chinese
women students have sailed for the United States on board the seamer Mlnnc-
slta. They are graduates of schools in
China aud are going to America to
enter Vassar college.
Bad Camping Season.
This has been the least favorable
season for campers on the Arm In many
years. The variation of temperature
and alternations of rain and sunshine
have made the climate a glorious uncertainty.
Prices of Metal*.
New York, Aug. 6���Stiver, 69He; cop-
per, 19*5(,c;   lead. $5.25.
Loudon, Aug. 6.���Silver, 32 l-16d;
lead,  ��19 2s 6d.
NOT MIOSES
Laurier's Task of Cabinet
Reconstruction
SIR FRED. RORDEiVSTAYS
Definite Statements Made by Montreal
Papa*���Many Want In, None
Will Go Oot.
Montreal, Aug. 6.���The Star today
gives currency to a report that since
the return of Sir Wilfrid Laurler from
abroad he prepared the personnel of the
new -cabinet which* was in due course
presented to His Excellency for ratification with the understanding that dissolution should follow the announcement.
It Is alleged that Earl Grey, knowing
of the premier's promise to Mr. Borden
to hold another session before dissolution, suggested that in view of the
promise the plan should have Borden's
consent. The opposition leader, it is
stated, was in Montreal at the time and
intended remaining here for several
days, but only remained one day, proceeding to Ottawa. It Is not stated
what happened, but there was some delay and an announcement has not yet
been made.
Incidentally It ia stated that Sir Richard Cartwright has been making a
strenuous kick against the retention of
Sir Frederick Borden-ln the cabinet and
that the minister of militia as strongly
objected to vacating the portfolio. It is
said there will be no change for the
present.
Another article of interest in the
Star's article is that Premier Gouia has
secured consent of the lieutenant governor to dissolution ot the provincial
legislature and will go to the country
the last week after September. Premier
Gouin's speech at Chateauguay at the
Liberal demonstration today is expected
to be of the programme variety.
Auction- Begun.
San Francisco, Aug. 6.���Bids for the
Gans-Brltt fight were opened last night.
James May, of Reno, offered a purse of
$30,000 for the fight In Nevada. An offer from San Francisco was for $25,000
or 65 per cent, of the receipts.
Italians   Suspected.
New York, Aug. ��.���The arraignment
of two Italians In Lee avenue court,
Williamsburg, disclosed another attempt made last night to assault a
young woman. The two assailants were
nearly lynched by a mob which was
finally driven off by the police.
Inciting France. ***
Turin, Aug. 6.���The Stampul today
printed an interview with Premier Gio-
letti, in which he was quoted as reiterating that the government will not
change its policy on account of the anticlerical agitation in Italy. He added
that the strictest orders had been issued
to prevent violence and protect the
churches, convents and other religious
Silly Season Discovery.
Berkeley, Cal., Aug. 6.���Prof. Jaffa,
who has been connected with the state
university for 30 years, In a bulletin for
the United States department ot agriculture, says ten cents with of peanuts
contains six times the amount of energy
contained In a porterhouse steak. His
conclusions were reached tn Berkeley
after experimenting on students and
others.
Chicago and Alton  Next.
Chicago, Aug. 6.���Preparations for
the investigation by the federal grand
jury of the charges against the Chicago and Alton In connection with
granting of rebates to the Standard Oil
company of Indiana were commenced
today. Subpoenas will be issued today
for the witnesses, the flrst of which will
testify on August  14.
Modern  French  Hero.
Paris. Aug. 6.���Marcelln Albert, leader of the recent revolt In the Midi,
who was released from jail on Friday,
received a cold welcome ui>on his arrival at Montpelfer. His late admirers
reproached him for not returning
sooner after his release and hooted him
until he entered his house where he
shut himself In.
Owners  Renew  Hostilities.
Colorado Springs, Col., Aug. 6.���Hereafter the card system will be rigidly enforced against the Western Federation
nf Miners In the Cripple Creek district.
This was decided at a meeting of the
owners' assoc'atlon held here yesterday.
It Is understood that the principal object of the meeting was to discuss the
situation arising out of the release of
the leadere of the federation. A slron.;
effort will Ik. made. It is understood, to
prevent federation sympathizers being
employed in the district. iff
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THE    DIVIDING    LINE.
Since tbe tacit acceptance by the
Liberal party of tlie tariff bequeathed
to them by their Conservative predecessors in office, tlie opinion has been
sedulously fostered that there is no
longer any substantial difference between the two parties. Such a view ignores the history of the National Policy,
its origin and by far its most Important
side.
For a period of twelve years, from
1854 to 1866, Canada and tlie United
States had a tariff arrangement which
almost amounted to free trade. The
abrogation by the United States in I860
of that treaty of reciprocity, was followed the next year by the confederation of the Canadian provinces. A cum
mercial war began at once. Although
American statesmen as a rule disclaimed any wish lo include Canada
within the union, no effort was spared
to reduce its people to commercial dependence on the United States. And
the effort was nearly successful. The
Liberal party of Canada co-operated
with American statemen to crush their
own country. In fact, Commercial Union
was one of the many forms assumed by
the Protean tariff policy of the Liberals. Edward Blake recognized thai
commercial union if achieved would
Inevitably lead to political union, to lhe
severance of the tie that binds Canada
to the British Empire, and to national
effacement. He was not prepared to
travel that road, even for the sake of
political triumph, and he resigned from
the leadership of tlie Liberal party.
Wilfrid Laurier hud no such scruples
He accepted the vacant post and con
Unued to advocate commercial union ol
unrestricted reciprocity���with America
continually raising its tariff wall, the
two phrases were identical in meaning.
The campaign of 1891, the last Con
servative victory In Dominion politics.
was won because Canada was convinced
that the policy advocated by the Liberals tended to the severance of British
e^nneetions. In spite of the disclaimers of the some of the Liberal leaders
the party was suspected, and although
the veteran Conservative leader was
dying and the succession was uncertain, although Canada, in common
with the rest of the world, was suffering a period of depression, and the
N'aiiunal Policy seemed a failure, the
suspicion of disloyalty was enough to
ruin  Liberal hopes.
At that time the line of cleavage was
distinct. The Conservatives stood for a
National Policy of commercial and industrial independence of the United
Slates, and of the maintenance of Canada's position in the Empire, the Liberals were frankly indifferent to either.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier's greatest achievement as a politician was inducing his
followers to abandon temporarily their
policy that would have led to separation
from Britain. He saw, as few if any
of his own colleagues saw, that the
great majority of British Canadians
would not accept such a course. His
next tariff cry, "Free Trade as they
have it in Engand," was absurd but it
sounded loyal. It seemed to promise
the repentance of Liberals of their Independence or annexation aspirations.
That and the Internal difficulties of the
Conservatives, aided by the continuance of the long period of depression accentuated by the world-panic of 189:1,
carried the Liberals to power In 1896.
Since then Sir Wilfrid Laurler has
made no attempt to meddle with the
tariff features or the National Policy.
Time has proved their wisdom, and
agafn Sir Wilfrid was astute enough to
read public opinion and to recognize
that the country would not tolerate any
interference. He swallowed his silly
rhetorical denunciations of "the iniquitous system of protection" and allowed
the country finally to reap the harvest
of which the seed was sown for It by
Sir John Macdonald.
To many it has probably seemed that
in so doing he has accepted the whole
of the National Policy and become a
loyal British Canadian with British aspirations and ideals. The Toronto News
dec'ared the other day In what was
honestly intended for an impartial survey of the political held, that on nil Important  questions  Sir  Wilfrid  Laurier
���.���
stands precisely where Sir John Macdonald stood.
Tliat is a fallacy. Wilfrid Laurier
can never stand where Sir John Macdonald stood, until he Is born again.
Hoes anyone imagine that had Sir
John Macdonald lived Canada would
have been the last to send troops to
Soutli Africa to fight Tor the cause of
the Empire, that she would have refused to pay the cost or any part of it,
lhat he would have had to learn his
duty, and Canada's purpose, from a political opponent, or that Canada would
now be tho only British nation that refuses any contribution to the Imperial
Navy.
No one can seriously pretend to believe that any of those humiliations
would have been suffered during the life
time of the great premier.
No, Wilfrid Laurier does not, and
cannot, stand where Sir John Macdonald stood. He has learned wisdom as
to the trade features of the National
Policy, but he Is incapable of accepting
or appreciating what is by far the most
imi>ortaut part of that policy, its unswerving allegiance to British connection and British standards and ideals.
Although prudent concern for his
own and his party's interest keeps him
either silent or uttering glosed nothings about the majesty of the Empire,
carefully modified by protests for Canadian autonomy and anxiety as to the
constitutional correctness of his position, he stands precisely where he stood
when, in 1889, he picked up the flag of
separation which Edward Ulake refused
to   carry   further.
The victory of Conservatives on the
tariff issue is complete in spite of 1896.
Victory on the larger issues of British
connection and the perpetuation of
British ideals in Canada, is still to be
won.
EDITORIAL COMMENT.
On the subject of Mr. Pugsley's quest
of a cabinet appointment the Mail and
Empire pertinently observes: "Mr.
Pugsley is said to be after the Cabinet
vacancy created by the resignation of
Mr. Emmerson. But can it be so ? Mr.
Emmerson resigned In order to vindicate himself, and the announcement
was made that after the vindication
Mr. Emmerson would resume his place
In the government. Mr. Pugsley is Mr.
Emmerson's counsel, if Mr. Pugsley
were to take the office and Mr. Emmerson were to be put out for good, would
It not be fair to conclude that there is
no vindication as yet, aud no hope of a
vindication in the future? Mr. Pugsley cannot take the office without pronouncing his client guilty, and that
would be a terrible thing to do in the
case of an innocent man.
An amusing controversy is being
waged In the preas of Ontario and Quebec about a trifle. An artist was commissioned by the Dominion government
to paint agroup representing the first colonial conference, held in Ottawa in 1894
under the presidency of Sir Mackenzie
Howell. The artist devoted moat of his
attention to the faces and figures of Sir
Wilfrid Laurier and Sir Kichard Cart-
wright, who were not members of the
conference but merely visitors. Whether
the artist was specially instructed or
acted on his own discretion is, of
course, not known. A Conservative paper merely drew attention to the fact,
and although it was patently true, the
Toronto Globe promptly denounced the
statement as a He.
* YMIR   LICENCE   DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given that William
J. Farmer has made application under
the provisions of the "Liquor Licence
Act, 1900," for a hotel lleence for the
premises which he proposed to erect at
Castlegar Junction, to be known as the
Castlegar Hotel, and has filed plans and
specifications for the proposed building.
A meeting of the hoard of Licence
Commissioners will be held to consider
BUOh application at the Court House, at
the City of Nelson, on the twenty-first
day of August, at two o'clock in the
afternoon.
W.   J.   DEVITT,
Chief Licence Inspector.
Nelson, B. C, August 5i.h. 1907.
YMIR LICENSE DISTRICT.
Notice Is hereby given that Alexander
McKessen has made application under
the provisions of the "Liquor Licence
Act, 1900," for a hotel licence at Erie,
and that a meeting of the Board of Licence Commissioners will be held to
consider such application at the Court
House, at Nelson, on the twenty-first
day of August, 1907, at the hour of two
o'clock In the afternoon.
W. J.  DEVITT,
Chief Licence Inspector.
Nelson, B. C, August 6th, 1907.
Notice to Delinquent Co Owner.
To Charles <i. Simpson, nr any other person
to whom he may have transferred hlo Interest In
the "Mav Blossom" miner-*! claim, situated on
Brown Mountain, two and a half miles southwest of Ymlr, lu the Nelson Mining Division, of
West Kooteuay Dlstrlet and recorded in ihe
Recorder's office, for the Ncbon Division.
You uud each of you are hereby notified that
I have expended two hundred and five dollars
f20b.oO)\n labour an-l Improvement* upon the
above mineral claim In order to hold the same
under the provisions ol the Mineral Act. and If
within ninety davs from the date of this notice
you fall or refuse to contribute your portion of
the expenditure, (which li one hundred and two
fifty dollars (1102.W) (or lhe two years ending
���Mil May, 1W7,) tngcteV>r with all costs of adver
Using, vour interest In the said claim will become the property of the undersigned under
Sec. 4 of an Act entitled : "An Act lo Amend the
Mineral Act, 1900 "
Dated at Ymlr, B. C , 16th May, 1907.
JOHN F H ABBOTT MC
For Sale
House. 5 rooms and bath;  close in $1600
16 lots on   Innis St.  for    $450.00
6^4 Acres within mile of centre
of City, suitable for market
garden,    Terms   given
160 Acres on Kootenay river,
good springs, first.cl.iv. railway   service $3,000
F. B.  LYS
Real   Estate   and   General   Agent.
West Baker Street. NELSON, B. C.
IN THE MATTER of the "Rivers and
Streams Act" and amendments
thereto,
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of an Application of
The Canadian Pacific Timber
Company,  Limited.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days after date
The t'auadian Pacific Timber Com pan v. Limited,
intends to submit to the Honorable Chief Com-
: .-**���*--��� -it."- of Lands and Works a pr posal under
the provisions of tbe "KiTers and Btreami Art"
and amendmenta thereto, fur the right to improve Trout ereek and Its tributane-- from the
sources of such creek and tributaries to the point
where the same flows into Trout lake in the District of West Kootenay, and to remove obstructions therelrom and make the same lit for driving, storing, sorting and booming logs, rafts and
crafts, and the fluming of lumber thereon, also
for the rijrht to collect tolls thereon
The lands affected are Crown lauds and Lots
770, 7D50, 7y&l, 772, 771 7C3. 7fi2 aud 190, all in
Group 1, West KooteLay.
Dated this 30th day of May. 1907.
THK CANADIAN  PACIFIC TIMBEB
COMPANY, LIMITED,
by their solicitor, K. M   Macdonald.
TIMBER NOTICES.
���i ol West Kootenay.
Andrew   Boss,   of
au ndj to apply  for
t the following des
post planted about
������*. .,**.; ooundary
est of the Kootenay
north of the nort.-
i-e No. 80fi7, thence
t h��i chulus, thence
t mo ehains to polut
ntninlng  010  acres.
Nelson Land Dlitrlct.   Distn
Take notice that Willltu
Ferule, B ('.hotel keeper,
a special limber licence ov
cribed landB:
No. 1 ���Commencing at a
three ml es north of the lnt<
Hoe, and about eight miles i
river, and about two mile-
west cornerof timber liier,
north 80 ebalns, tbence es
south 80 chains, thence wo
of commencement, and --<
more or less.
Located 12th June 1907.
No. 2.���Commencing at A post planted at th
southeast corner of W 111 lain a Koss'b No. 1 claim
and about two miles north 01 the N. W corner
of timber liceuce No 8o.r>7. thence north 80
chain**, thence weet 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east no cbains to the point of cofn-
mencement, and coutainlug Gto a���--���*,. more or
less.
Located 12th June, 1907.
No. 3. -Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge creek, about one mile east of the northeast cornerof William A. Boss's No. 1 claim,
and about five miles north of the international
boundary line, thenee north 80 Chains, thence
west 80 ehains. thence .south 80 chalua, thenee
east 80 chains to tbe point of i-ummeucement,
and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located 12th June, 1907.
No. 4.���Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge creek at tne southeast eorner of William
A. Koss' Nr) 3 claim, tbeuee north 80 chains,
theuee east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located 12th June, 1907.
No, 5.���Commencing at a post plauted near
Bridge creek, at the southeast corner of William
A. Boss' No. 3 claim, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 ehalus, thence north 80 ehains,
theuee eaat 80 chains to the point of commencement, nnd containing 640 acres, mere or leas.
Located 12th June, 1907.
No. 6. -Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge ereek, at the southeast corner of William
A. Boss' No. 3 claim, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence n rth 80 chain**,
thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located 12th June, IW.
No. 7.���Commencing at a post planted about
one ui lie south of the southeast corner of William
A Koss' No. 5 claim aud about two miles north
of the international boundary line, thence north
80 chains, thonce west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east no cbains to the point of
commencement, and containing M0 acres, more
or less.
Located the 12th of June. 1907.
No. 8,���Commencing at a poBt planted at the
southeast corner of n Illiam A. Ross' No. 7 claim
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south ho ebalns, theuee west 80 cbains to
point of commencement, and containing 040
acres, more or less.
Located the I2th day of June. 1907.
Dated thisoth day of July. 1907.
William Andrew Boss
Nelson l.nii.1 District. District of Went Kootenar
Take uotlce shat I'aul August Paulsen, of Kitchener, B.C., occupation iumbetmaii, Intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the followlug described lands : Commencing at a post
planted at tbe southwest corner of Mir eyed lot
T33M3 1 thence south to the northern boundary
of timber Uoenoe Ho, 7016, thence west to the
northwest corner of said timber licence, thenee
south to the northern boundary of lot 8|2. thenee
followlug said boundary, ofanfd lot. weit to the
right of-way of the British ColuinLla flouthem
Hallway, thence following said right-of-way In a
north-easterly direction to place of commencement, and containing 610 acreH, more or leas.
Dated Julv 2nd. 1907.    Paul August Paulkon.
Notice is hereby given that GO davs after date I
inteud to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lauds and **'orks for permission to pun base
the following described lands, situated In Went
Kootenay district: Commencing at a postmarked by name as Initial post of the Houth lork
branch, one hundred feet from the Junction of
Lost creek with the south fork; tnence mie-
quarter mllu to the northwestcorucr post,thenc*
oue mile to the northeast corner post, thence
one-quarter mile to the southeast corner post,
thenee one mile to tbe place of commencement
June 27,1907. Located by Wm, Connolly.
Notice Is hereby given that Ho davs after date |
Intend to make application to the Honorable the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, Victoria, B. C, f,,r a sjiecial licence to cut timber on
the following described lands in West Kootenay
district: Commencing at a post situated on
Blueberry creek, about Tour miles from its mouth
and adjoining the N. W. eorner of my application No. 1, thence south 80 chains, tbence west
80 chsins, thence north 80 chains, thenoe east 80
chains to point of commencement.
Dated May 19th, 1907. B.  W BoBinbon.
Nelson Land District.   District ol West Kootenay
Take notice that Moore,   Kepple A < o., of Garland, Penn , occupation lumbermen,  intends to
apply lor a special timber  licence over the  following described lands;   Commenelng at a post
planted on Mosquito ereek, on the  west side of
Arrow lake, and about one half mite went of the
southwest corner of timber limit No 4877, th' nee
nortli 80 chains, thence west 80 cbains,  thenc*
south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement, and  coutalulug 040 acres, more
or less.
Dated 16th, July, 1907.      Mooa**, K hi-i-li A Co.
John R. Caikins. Agent.
Nelson Land Pla'rict District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Moore, Kepple A Co., of Garland, Penn., occupation lumbermen, intend to
apply tor a special timber licence over tbe following described lands: Commencing atapost
planted on Mosquito creek, -n the west side of
Arrow lake, and about one helf mile west, of the
southwest corner of timber limit No 4877, thence
south 80 chains, thcucc west 80 chains, thence
north 80 ehs Ins, tbence east 80 chains lo polut of
���"tmmencemenl, and contitlulns 640 acres, more
Or less       ���
Dated Uth July, 1907.     Moors, Kutu A Co
John K. calkins, Agent.
^T
FRED IRVIINE & CO'Y
Bargains in
Embroidery
Wash Belts
100 Doz, Fancy White Wash Beltj
25c .Each
Regular Price 50cts
We Se 1 Them at . .
FRED IRVINE & CO'Y
Nelson Laud District.   District ol West Kootensy.
Take notice that William Andrew Hoss, of
Fernle, B C, hotel keeper, Intends to apply tor a
special timber liceuce over the following described lands:
No   !.���Commencing   at
I   nl. n  I .. .1    .... art    . .t    t *U *v        w. ,. ��� ,
  ._ jiiles west of the Kootenay riband about two and a half miles north ofthc'international houu'iary line, in the District of
West Kootenay, thence (south so chains, thence
west 80 ehalus, thence north no ohalns. tbence
east 80 chains to the potut of commeneemeut,
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located Uth Juue. 1907,
No. 2.���Commencing at a post plauted at tbe
northeast corner of William A. Bonn's No. 1 elalm
and about oue mile north of the northern boundary of timber Iteenoe No-8073, ihenee south 80
chains, thence east ni ���Iihius, tbence north 80
chains, thence 9tOOt no chains to the point of
commeuceineut, and oontalng '���'��������� acres, more or
Leu.
Located 14th of Juue, 1907.
William Aximaw Roes.
Dated this 5th of Jn'y. 1W7.
Nelsou Land DUtrlct.   District of West Kootenay.
Take notice  that George Alexander, of Kaslo,
B   C,   intends   to   apply   for   a   special   timber
llcenee over  the   following described   lan-'s:
Commencing at a post planted at the n-.rtii -.*- ������-(
corner of Sect ������ii 12, township 7, Kooteuay district, being about one-third of a mile south of
the south boundary Hue of the Indian rcaetve;
tlience south aUoit '.ib chains to the easterly
bank of Kooteuay river; theuee southeasterly
along Kooteuay river bank about A0 chains to
the south boundary of Section UL Township 7;
thence easterly about bO ehaius to the uorthwest
oorner of Lot sail them-e north ��o ehalus alone
the west boundary of Lot ftli; thence west "*)
chains to the point of commencement, aud containing 640 acres, more or less
Dated Julv 4. l'J07 Geoiujk AIMXAMOMM.
Nelson I and District.   District of West Kitotenay
RWIUII   I HUM   I'lMIIUl.    HISUIMVI  " r"i tviniivu*J
Take notice that Kvan McClelland Kramer, o
Fernle, 11 C , elerk, lutends toapply foi a spe-cta
licence   over   the   following    described   lands
CommeiHltiK at a jut-si planted about sever.
miles west of tiie Koou-nay river, and about one
mile north of the international boundary line.
and about one and �� *t.... i t-r north-easterly from
the norih cast corner of tlmlier licence No. 80T>7,
tbence soulh 80 chains,   theuee west 80 chains.
��kn......    t. . , r i   I ,     -j ......    ..        >   i ... i ....... .. '    klk     I'laallll      lit
Notice Is hereby given 'hat (Ml days sfter date 1
luleud to applv to ihe Honorable tbe Chief commissioner of Lands aud Works (or a special
license to <ut and carry away Umber from ihe
following described lauds m Waal Kooteuay d|s-
irlet:
William Waumslxv, Loent-Of,
Jamil-  II nth t ki. ***-,�� A(c"l
LAND NOTICES.
Nelson Land District.   Dlatrlet of West Kootenay
Take notice that I, Johu l-aiig. of Nelson. B. 0
occupation miner Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following aeMTlbed lands
Commencing ��t ��   p��at   planted at   the   N   K. of
I.... -���'���..:.*.��� :n ������ seal JU chaina. tneuce south JO
Chains, thence west 20  chains, theuee   north  Ai
chsins to -point of commeiu-cment, coulaiutng 40
acres   more or less.
August-Jnd, 1JW7. Johw Las...
Notice Is hereby giveu that flO days afterdate, I
Intend tO ajmly U) the Hon. Chief ��� ..inn*-,-.-.,..*, r
of 1-atids   and Works for   permission lo purchase
the following deacribed   land   In w ct K :,��j
dlstrlet, on west shire of I o��.-r Arrow Lake,
adjoining Lot No 4��48, on the south | beginning
at a poet marked "-Harry McLeod's N.K corner 1
l�� -st and t Isnted on the shore of I.���������������**���.*r Arrow
Lake, at the southeast corner of ('apt Koslnnd's
141*48, thence west 2U cbalus, tbeuee south JO
��� mh ns more or less to the north boundary of K.
Kullmore's F. K . thenee In chains esst along lhe
said boundary to lake, thenee north aloug lhe
lake shore JO chains, more or leaa to point of
t ��� ��� ii 1 menc-emeut.
May Jnd, 1907. j. D. Moon,
Agent for Harry M. 1 . ,. '..
thence south H0  chains,   theuee   west 80  ehalus,
thence north 80 chatus, thence east 80 cbalus  to
jioiut   uf commencement,   and   coutalulng   M<j
acres, more or less.
Looated 13th, of June. 1907.
KvaK MH  ;.i::.UN   FSASSK-
Dated this 8th of July. IWL
Take noliee that C. C. Clark, ot Nelson, B. C,
saloon keeper, intends to apply for a speclsl timber licence over the following described lend:
Commenelng at a post planted ou Morning
Mountain, about one mile west of Hmtlter creek,
and adjoining C. c Clark's location for timber
licence No 1, and about one mile south of Nelson, tbence west no chains, tbence south 80
chains, thence east 80 cbains, thence north 80
chains to place of begiuulng.
Dated July 10th, 191/7. C. C. CLask,
1 * a v t 1. Booth, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice tbal Frank Flanagan, A H Elder,
and K. W. .Smith, of Hpokane, Wash., occupation
ranchers, Intend to ajiply for a special timber
.;.������*!������������ over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the aoutheast
corner, about six miles from the Koolenay river,
ou the west aide, thenee nortb 80 chains, thenee
west 80 ciialns, thence soutb HOchalns. thence
east 8���� ehains to poiut of commencement, and
containing ��t0 acres, more or less.
Dated July 13tb, 1907. Khans Fi.anauam,
A   -. h : i.m:,
K  W. Hmith, Agent for Applicants.
Nelson I.and District. District of West Kooteuay
lake notice that Frauk Flanagan, A H. Elder.
aud K. W. Hmith, Spokane, Wash., occupation
ranchers, intend to apply tor a special timber
licence over 'he following described lands:
Commenclr.g at a jmst planted une mile north
and one mile east of post NoJ, which post Is
about six miles from the Kootenay river, ou the
west side, thence north 80 chains, theuee wesl 80
chains, thenee south 80 ohalus, thence cattino
chains to point of commencement, mm containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated July 13th, TJ07. ��� Frank FLA**AGAfr,
A. H   KI.UER,
K. W. Hmith, Agent for Applicants.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that K. W. Smith, Frank Flanagan, and A. B. Elder, of Spokane. Wash., occupation ranchers, inteud to spply for a special
Umber licence over the following described
lands: Commenelng atapost planted at the
southwest corner, about eight miles from the
Kootenay river, on the west side, and about
three miles north of the international boundary
Hue, on the west bank of Brldg creek, on the
north fork, thence north 80 cbains, thenee east
HOchalns, ihenoe south 80 cbains, thence west 80
chains to potut of commencement, and containing M0 acres, ninie or less. i. ...
Dated July 1-Jlb, 1907.                     K   W. Hmith,
FllANK   1'I.ANai.aN.
A. H    Flush,
K. W. Smith, Agent.
Nelson I-and District Dlstrictof West Kootenay
lake notice that K.W.Smith, Frank Flanagan, and A.S Klder, of Spokane, Wash , occupation ranchers, intend to apply for a special
Umber licence over the following described
lauds: Commencing ata post planted at the
southeast corner, about eight miles from the
Kootenay river, ou tbe west side, and aboul
three miles north of the International boundary
line, on the west bank of Brldg crceR, on the
north fork, thenee north 80 chains, theno west
SO chains, thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
'hatiiK to point of commencement, and contiiin-
tti
ft (140 acrrs, more or 1
>ated July 19th, 1907.
K. W. Smith.
Frank Flanagan,
A, H   M.PKK,
K. W, Smith, Agent.
Take notice that 30 days alter date 1 inteud to
apply to the Hon the Cblrf Commissioner of
Lands and Works, Victoria, for permission to
cut and carry away timber from the following
described land, lu West Kootenay:
No. 1. Commencing at s nost planted at the
southwest corner of timber license H."��46, thence
west 80 chains, thence soulh 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thenee north 80 chains to place of
commencement.
Dated May 'Al, 1907.       J. T. Htmoass, Locator.
J   W. CouiriiN, Ageut.
No. 2. Commencing al a post planted at the
southeast corner of application No. 1, thence cast
80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains to place of commencement. m _
Dated May 31,1907.       ������   T. BcRaesH, Locator,
J. W. CoLH-oaN, Agent.
Nelson Land District. Dlstrictof West Kootenay
Tako notice that Paul August Paulson, of Kitchener, H. '' , occnp Ltioti lumberman. Intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the following described lands: �� ommencing at a pout
ttlanted at tho southwest corner of surveyed lol
7221-0.1, tbence cast 40 chsins, thence north H-t
chains, * lieneeci-st to 1 e soul heuM corner ot said
lot, thence north to the northeast comer of said
lot, thence cast to the wcNt boundary of pre-emj>
i ion No. 692, thelice south to the north boundary
of timber licence. No. KfHS, thence west along
said north boundary to the northwest cornerof
said licence, thenoe south to the north boundary
of timber liceuce No 7018 thence west to a point
due south of couimi'iic-ement, thence north to
point ot commencement, and containing 040
acres, more or less.
Dated July Jud, 1907.   Paul Auuijkt Paulson.
Nelson I-and Distrlcl. Dlstrictof u.stK . n��v.
Take notleethat Ceorge Kufus 'min of Mrdar,
occupaliou. brldgeman. Intends to apply for permission lo purchase the following ���:, - r;t.-d
land : . ommencing at posl planted at the northwest coruer of B. Koss'application to purchase,
marked H. W., tbeuee north 40 chains, theuee
easl 4o chaina, thence south 'Ai cbalus to A.
Curry's pre cmjdlon, thenee west Jl> ehalni,
thenee south JU ebalns. tbence west v chains to
place of commencement containing li* -seres
more or less.
Dated July Vi, 1907.       (UonoK Rt . i - CseTaK,
W, J   tkort, Ageut
Nelson Lead District.   Dlstrictof WWI Kootenay
Take  ujtieo   that Oefijm Sturm,   of Billings,
tana,   I     H.  A., occupation,  merehaut,   in-
.S   to   ttM'-v   tor   i-> iiiiiuii.ii   i..,.,!,. .......   , i ..
Mon
Montana. I H. A., occupation, merehaut, intends to apply lor pertniaaton to purchase the
following described land: Commencing at a
post planted on the west shore of Upper What
shan (Cariboo) lake, and al . tie north weal corner
of i ot IMP, thence wesi no chains, thence soutb
40 ehains, thence east U chains, thenco north 40
chains to pedal ol commencement, and contaiuing SO acres' more or less.
May ��ih, 1907. Uannua Htt��m.
Nelson '-and District.   Distrlcl of West KooteUav.
Take nonce tbat Walter McNeil, of Billings]
Montana, C. 8, a., occupation merchant, intends
to apply for peruilsaiou lo purchase the follow
Ing described land : Commenting at a poet plani-
edon the west shore oil' pper Whatman (Cariboo)
lake, ana at the northwest cornerof l.oiHUy
thence wesl JO chains, thence north no Chains
tbence east a> chains, thentu south 80 chains to
point of commeneemeut, and comaium* loo
sores, more or leas. "
Msy j��th, 1907 Waltbr Mckbil.
mV (thelu��d1e"''*tUi'<L sfter 60 days intend to appl)  to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Unas
and Works to purchase the following described
land: Commencing at the S. K. i . of Lot MM
it. I., thenee   west 40 chains,  theiue   north   JO
$&!VK��K? e/ult *0**h��1��". ��wfflos "mth S
i bains to point of commeneemeut, coniainiriir HO
acres more or lessi K
Locate.' March J8tb, 1907. W. A. Mills.
Hlsty  days after date I purpose  making appu-
��J ��!��� u,ulh0*,Ion' Chlef Oowateetoaei of Landi
and Works, for permission to purchase the (ul
!Hr,.'\K   ttSSS  U"^:    kpnSn-SS  at �� post
RfK \'m   ht.w����, ��hore of Lower VhatsW
lake, about a U   mile   from  the  outlet  of  *��im
n?n.mMrl"a   J1'  *.*"���-   N'K-   VOTtlvr   POM,'*   iSS
ning thence 8o chains west, ihenee nn chains
south, thence ��> chains easl, thenee 8u ehiilS
north to point of commencement, eoniainiiia
640 acres, more or less. ���
Dated tho 2nd day of May, 1907
(Signed) 11. Wahkbm,
per F   O, KAi'yt'taa, Agent.
Notice Is hereby given thai fiO days after date I
Intend to aj.hly to the Hon. Chief <��om.n.ss oner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase
the following deaorlbed tract of land, iftuaS la
VVesi Koolenay district: CommencmK at a nost
planted ou Placer creek, near its ooofluenoe with
Hummlt creek marked Margaret Mcl*u hia ,'s
N K. rorner- thence south ttohalOl, Ihenee west
HO ehalna, theuee north 40 chains ihenee east So
chains tp place of commeneemeut.
38rd May. 1907. Masoakbt Mi Lap. hi an
William Bakhour, Agent.     '
commencement. """" *��� ,,<>l1
Located May 4th.          T. M, Bhabf.
Nelson Land District. District ot Wait Ko~o"tonTy
Take notice lhat Kdward Pet* ri of Yuiii, British Columbia, occupation, minor, lntenda to ap-
Ply for permlaslon to purchase the following
Hescrlbed land: (.ommencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Lo.t crcek.'about three
miles easterly from the Junction of LoettfeS
and Halmon river, In the Nelson land district
thence north 6o ehalni, thence west An chains
thence south 80 cbalus, more or lens, to Lost
creek, thence cast following said creek to t.o nt
ot commencement, snd containing 480 icres
more or less.
0��**g J��n�� ��h, Itn, KDWAnn r��T��iis.
Nelson Lan.l Dlatricl.   District!)! Wist Kooteuay
lJ,Mk.f ,,.",,"c'e, """ J"h" I'lillhcrt ol Nelson,
Hrlllsh (olumlihi, urajupal'on, sal..on keeper. In'
len.ls io apply lor permission to purchase the
rollowiug described land: Cominenclua at a
post planted ou the north bank Ia*iat .reek and
alm.it two and one.luartoi miles caslerl. trom
lhe lunation ol U��i ereek and Halmou river, In
the Nelsou land district, thenoe north on chaina
th.nc. west do. halna. thenco south So chains
more or less, lo l-ost creek, Ihenee east lollowlnir
?i' 2,"""'S,,10'���"���""��� "' rammoncoment an.l con
taining 480 acrea, moro or loss
Dated June fill., 1907.
JOIIM I'llM.llkllT.
Notice Is hereby given that slxtydays after dnte
I Intend to appy to the Hon. Chlel Commissioner
ol Lands an.l Works lor permission to purchase
the lollowlng described tract ol land situate In
West Koolenay distrlcl:    Cominl lielng al a post
Slanted about onehall mile north Irom lork. ol
ummll creek, mark...]   lean   . ameron'a H. VV.
oorner, tbence east to chain., theuee norlh 40
chains, theu.-e  west 40 chain,   u,.a__
23rd May, 1907
w.u.u*.u.so?;#H
Nelson I-and Imtriei    Dutrl, t ���f Wwl^l
Hritlsh t.olumbla, occupation laiM\ JflB
spply for permission to ponbeeiS aa.9
described lands: Commeneh^t iuJtcSSl
on lh. Dorih bauk of Losl cr^fc anflS?
mile eaaierly from the junction"?{g?
and Salmon river, in the Nelson tVfjJ
ihenee north 80 ehatna. thr&r�� esst iiSr!
theuee south fiO chains, theoce west pTtSI
point ��,f romt-eencement, sod ooetiSf
aeree, more or less. ��i������ia
Dated June 6th, 1907. r^si Me&stnl
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Un-H\�� iBl
\ ICtOrla. B. C. to purrhaae the fouottwT
scribed land, situated in he W*ti kf��w��^i
trlct: rommeneing st a i���m pUaw��e
west side of Kootensy lake, near RkU
pulnt. and marked J- MuKloooa'i - U.
l����t. thence west �� chalos. Quasi afl
rhaina, thence eastaochaius ���-...���>,. ^,w J
���hore. iheuce along lake -*irn hi asjai Jl
mencement. ^^
Dated April 4, 1807. Htgtie.} j j(cfB
Helm Und District.   District of WMt K<��*|
Take   notice  that  Edward Pram of HmM
.Montana,  V. B A . ocrupatum  woti POMMt
lends to apply   f.,r  permission  u> mtttmU
follow log   d earn bed   land:     CoWMM
Peel planted on   the weit  shore of t'w~.-
shau (< ariboo) lake, and at the ��� ��� .:'.,.*;��
of  !.,.[ may, ihenee weal jo chaini. tatsaei-
'��������������������� am*, iheuce east W chains, thwraasty
chains, tbence east 40 chain*, *.,   r. - *�� .]
wesl shore   of   I'pper   U ;,-���-    *, ���,   ��� ,.*..    M
theuee   northerly   aud   westerly aloai the
shore so chains,   more or   ..��.;.;��..: - -���
ineueemeui,  and -containing   -.-.  ��,m.
less
May mth. 1V07. Ii��tsi- T
Hlxiy days aftej date I purpose mum %
ration  to tne   Hon    the < Met Comauea.-
Lands and Works lor permission topirljsk]
following   described   land:   <   >trt^,sctsfse
post   placed    at  the   northeast *���* ?:.��.- .'i i
-kiu ner'e    applies t loo
"K h'a. N. W  rorner poe
eastern   boundary of said appliratloslttl
south, thence  running so chains esst. IM
chains north to lbs southern '....*��� r. !ei r'l'
llanninKtoD's application to perehasi tl���
'hums  west along seme lo point ol eM
ment, rontalnlng Ho acres, mora orlsa
Daled iud day of May. inn.
iHlgnedjKtt:
per T. o   rADwnaa. Ait*
HUty days after date I intend u> ��t;*'-
Hoo Chief Commissioner of Uodisst-li
lor tteriulsslou to purchase the !*-.*..��� ������'H
NRDM laud in We��t Koote&ay MM
menelng at a post marknl A C Bioal
uorner poat. running *< < t.*i:i* fu*ji' u
the boundary of limber licence No MA**
southerly 50 chains, thence westenj 0a
thence northerly 5e chains sluoi it* "
track io the idace of eomaienee-aeiii. |
two hundred acres, more or lesa
Ue-��t,.,i ii,i�� Mb day of Msy. : .�����:
A.c. Bcis.Ueal
Notice is hereoy given tbal ��c -isyi ItfawM
Intend toapply to lbs UonoraMc tksOKf-efl
mlsslnner of l^nds and   Works (or wwMl
Ut pnrohaea the followlug described isis-tsP-
lu   West  Kootenar district:   I oraswartn
I-���! plant d at tbe west boundary of MW
and about 10 cbains south of these
"f lhe   right-olway of the  H  ClMQ
way, and   marked   H.  A.   l'i  "��� - *
thence west Ito chains, thenee north *"****
boandan of the rig hi-of way ol B.f.ny
railway, tbence following said l��iun4��ff��
right of-way In an easterly dtreetleVwB
boundary of Lol a��2 til. thence s.iulk t����H
eoinmencement, containing 1W sent, ���
Dated thla 14lb day of Jun��, 1901.
PaOL AwitfT f1*"-^!
Notice Is hereby given tbst ��Uty &*V*
date I lutend U�� apply to the BMBMg
( ouimlasloner of Lauds snd WcrfcshJP;
slnn lo purehsse the bdlowlng di-serlWaP
land, situated In West Kooteua} dlitrKt
menelng al a post planted on Husins"
about on.- halt mile BOTthirtSl Ir.tm hs��.��
ed J. H. itvl/m N E. corner, thence *wt 1W
thence south 40 chains, them-e rMt *���
tbence north 40   ehalna to plsce o( l
23rd May. IB07. JOWP B, NtUMPM
William Bassovs,^**^^
Take   notice   that   Harry   Wllltsmio'*
fl   C, rancher, intends to spply W|^
tp   purchase   tbe lollowlng deserlNi ��*"|
Weal Kootenay dlstrlet: UJiliJ
Commenelng at a post planted ���>''rr**'aJ
souiheait corner of Lot six tho issn-J *j*3M
red snd elghly-flve (6Wft), Uroup OM WM
dlstnc', thence south twenty (Jt) r��'w'T*
west one hu; .-������������
north twent*
red and slil���     ..., 	
oieuremeut and  couuiulng .fJO attain
less.
Lsted the 19th day of May, VAJt. ^
_^____ HsSST "i-*!
I, the undersigned, after M da�� ��� #Mli
ply to the Hon theChlef t:oiniriMH'H-*f'* j
mid Works for permission lo |��urena*��JTJ
lowing described land: <'oiiiiii*Drini��/fl
marked N 1,0, sltualcd on the *���*'";*
HUOOAD lake, about twenty miles ttoOiBmwm
thence west 40 chains,   theuee ���"���llh. ,..,�����*
thenoa east 40 chains, thenoa oona**5J
shore of lake 80 chains to DOlOl �� i'*""'
in. ni. .mrl
located May 4lh. ?��M
Bsotn whiti. tomt
hence south twenty (J'J rs��"-*^|
hundred and silly 0*') t'hsisi ��J|
uty (20) chains, thenee *A***?JM
tiny (i��u) chains io 'Oafna^Mt
HUty.laysaflerdate I purpose inskH tfjJJ
tlon to lhe Chief Commissioner 01 ���*��� ,���
Works for permission lo purchase W t  pgr-
deaorlbed land:   commencing st ���P-T.'a
at the northwest corner ot Jot 4WI1 **?m���.
ed��P Mtf's hk. eoratf poat," "'""'"fuSB
HOchalns north thence 10 chains *m*m��MM
chains soutli, thence ft) ehains ".-i. '"'-.'���
commencement, containing 640 srr��.
less.
DaMd this 6th day of Msy, 1WT    _. -.clUs*|
(Higned) )'��i"�� ,M5SS3
per D. A, MUIulum ii^A|��^n
Nelson Und District.   Dlstrlet ol Wet* ^   J
Take notice that Paul August l,��ll',"ll,,ptrt'
chener, 11. 0 .   occupation  lumbermsn-  |j
toapply for permission to puri-hs**" l", (,
Ins  ileserlhed   lands:     Commei <'�������,.   py
planted on the west boundary of Krt."SUrf
and about 10 chains south ot -%*j��9raM
of  the rlght-ol-way  ol   the   BrltttB   ;,||(ll
Boatharn Hallway, and marked "I   ��*���  jy
east corner,"   thenoe  wesl ion chSio������ j*-
nortli to iti.4 south boundary of t"*��� RiH-'M
of   the   Hrltish   Columbia   ^"'ViSdlPM
thence following said boundary, <*i '���' .(W-'ftA
way, lu an easterly direction to IM " pUH
ary of lot No. M'J-u.l, thence soulli v"TJM
coiomeuceiaciit, and oontalnlng 11" "
or less. __,
Dated this 13th day ol .��uly, MM.     i-.tU*!
PAI'L AfOLHT ��"^J
 ������"     a.tlO
.���������in c in  iiithmij  p, ...-������  ����� ��� - - i      IIIIS'
Intend to apply to The Honorable IM   *&
missloner of Uml* and Works j����_pSSt 0,,i
purchase the following doerrllrtd \T* 9tMfi
situate In West Kootensy district: -v^Ljaf
at a post planted on Plaeer creek, am .mm
tlueuee with  Hummlt ereek,   B,*r,1,t| <D��*'l
Harbour's N. W. corner, thenee s"'"H^|
thenee east 40 chains, thenoe nor  i,,���
thenee West 40 chains to plane nf \^Km\aim
'ir,i u.., min Willi**" "
md May nan. The Daily Canadian
Prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
[he BACON We Sell
fit Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and  Smoked.    Our Hams  Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
��� Burns & Co., Ltd.
NELSON, B.G-
TIMBER NOTICES.
Notice   Is   hereby    Riven    that 80 days
! I In'eud lo apply to  the  Chief Coin-
,  of   Land   and   Works,   for  a special
_ cut and carry timber from the  follow-
rlbed lauds, situated  on   the southeast
"mon   river,  lu   the    district of West
ay     ComineticinK st a post placed about
west of Rose Leaf ereek marked "R. M.
northwest   corner,"   then' e UU chains
���ence 90 ehalus east,   thence 80 ehains
hence 80 ehalus west  to  place  ol com-
Int.
I on the llth day of June, 19OT.
K   M. Reaves, Locator.
I Not|M  is  hereby   given    that  ;to days
11 Intend to apply   to the  Chief Coin-
, ol  Lands snd  Works,   for a special
cut and carry timber from the follow-
jrtb< i   lands situated on   the  southeast
ae Halmon river, In the  dlstrictof  West
5:   Commencing at a post placed about
ffwestof Rose I-eaf creek, marked " R  M.
No.  2 southwest    corner,"    thence MO
erth,  tbence 80 chains  east,  thence 80
tbeuee 80 chains west lo plaee of
llHIH*
I un the 10th day of Juue, 19t>7.
R. M   Rbkvbs. loi'iifnr.
and Dlatrlet. District of West Kootenay
notice that James Keeth, of Hpokane,
���rnnation, miner. Intends to apply for a
nUr licence over the following d.
j.|��; Commencing ata post about 13
x of the center o( the north shore Hue of
r Laee and at the southeast eorner of
Umli No 8074, and marked James
. W. Cornerpost, thence north 80 chains,
at no ebalns, thence -south ao chains,
jet SO chains to point of commence-
I containing f-40 acres, more or less.
Iia/r. ji.Hr- kkk'h.
Ud District.  District of West Kooteuay
oiler   tbat James   K.-eth, of   Spokane,
tu patio a miuer, intends to apply for a
nber liceuce   over    the   following   -finds: Commenelng at a post planted K3
i of the center of the north shore line
__/ lake and at  the  northeast  corner
Fllmli   No. 0Jt4, theace  west SO cbains,
'    00 chains, then-e east 80 ebalns,
-uth 80 chains  to  point of commenee-
I containing t>!0 acres, more or lets.
Lii*>7. James Kkkth.
-thereby given   that  thirty days after
and toapply to the Hon. thcChief Com-
Fof Lauds and  Works  for a special 11-
> cut  and  carry   away  timber from tbe
1   deacribed   lauds   In    West   KooteUay
Commenclng at a pott planted on the
nk ol  Ten   Mile creek,  about one mile
'f from Hlocan lake, marked H. H   1'ltU'
I eorner post, thenee eeat l��o chains.
.nth 40 cbains, tbence west 100 chains,
orih  40 chains  lo  place ol commenoe-
bis 'J6th day of June, MOT.
H. II. Pitts, Locator,
A. W. Htcbbs, Agent.
and District    Duurictoi West Kootenay
aotlee  that  William  Andrew   Ross,   of
. C . hotel keeper, intends to apply   tor
I timber lleence over the   following  .bunds*
_ ommenelng at a posl planted about
��� west of the Koolenay river, on Corn
1 the District of West Koolenay. and
Out six miles north of the international
/ line, aud about two miles west of tini-
ace No. 004b, thence south 80 ehalus.
It 80 chains, thence uorth 80 chains,
jet *0 cbaiua to point ol commencement
alnlng MO acres, more or less.
11Mb June. 19OT.
Commencing at a post planted at the
t corner of William A Ross' No.! claim,
ath 80 cbains, thence west so chains,
eth SO chains, thenee east 80 chains,
nt of commencement, end containing
, more or lesa.
I l.Mh June. PJ"-7.
-ouflnenclug atapost plauletT about
l west of the northeast corner of Wll-
' No 2 clslm, theuee soulh 00 chains,
et 80 chains, thence north 80 chalets,
ist BO ehalus to the point of commetice-
I containing MO acres, more or less.
I 15th Juue, LW7.
Commencing at st a post planted at
hwest corner of William A. Ross'No. 8
hence  uorth  HO chsins,  thence  west na
hence aoutb 80 ehalus, thence east 80
j> the point of eoiamencement, coulalu-
cres, mure or leas.
1 16tb June, 1*07.
'Commcnelni! at a post planted at the
Igt corner of WiiMam A Ross'No 3elal*ux
outh 80 chains, thence wesl 80 citato-**,
orth 80 eh ���tins, thence eaal 80 Ohalna a*
t of commencement, and containing 18)
or less.
t 15th lune. r.fc.v.
{'ommencing at a   pom   planted  sbont
^ west of the  northeast  corner mt Wil-
Ross'No 6 claim, thunce south Wxilitiln*.
*st HOchalns,   tbence  north   hi cbalus.
�����t 80 chains to the point of ewnunence-
1 containing 640 acres, moru er hiss,
I 16th June, 1907.
����� ommencing
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
date I Inteud U* apply to the Honorable
Chief Commissioner of Lands aud Works at
Victoria, H.t,., fur a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the fallowing described
lands In Wesl Kootenay district: Commencing
at u post planted on tne west bank "l Smelt' *
creek, aboul one mile south of the Cltl of Nelsou.
theoce south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains.
theuee uorth 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to
place of oommeucement.
Dated this llth day uf June, 1907.
C. c. Clark, Locator.
Ii. 1-KotH, Agent.
Take notice that llenery John Johnson. Postmaster ot Kerule, H. C, Intends Ui apply for a
sp-ectal timber licence over the following described lands:
No. L���Commencing at a post planted In the
District of West Kooteuay, about two mil*** nortb
of the International boundary line and about
one mile west of Boundary lake adjoining and
between Ileences No 807< aud 80G9, tbence south
m chains, tbence wesi 80 ebalns, thence north 80
thence east HO chains to place of commencement.
Dated Juue 8, 1VU7.       II   .1. Johnhon, I ������'-������. t*u .
am.. H A. kktt, Agent.
No. '2 ���Commencing at a post planted about
one mile north ol lhe northwest corner ol 11. J.
Johnsou's No. 1 timber claim, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 ehaius, thence north so
chains, thenee wesl 80 chains to place of com-
mencement
Dated June 3, 1907.        II. J, Johnson, Ixwator.
-    Attn. HacKETT, Agent.
No 3.���Commencing at a post planted at tb*
norlhwest corner of 11. J. Johnson's No. 2 timber
claim, tbenee south so cbains, thenee west80
chains, thence north HO chains, tneuce east 00
chains to place of commencement.
Dsted Juue 3, 1*907.        If. J   Johnson, Locator.
Am.. llACKmr, Agent.
No
post planted at th
claim, thence north 80 chains, tbence weat ��
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains lo place of commencement
Dated Juuo 3, 1907 H. J- Johnson, Locator.
And. Hackett, Agent.
No. .1.���Commencing at a post planted at t'.ic
northwest corner id H. J Johnson's No 2 timber
claim, thence north HO chains*, tbence east Hi>
ehains thence soulh O0 chains, thence west MO
cbains to place of conuiennement
Dated June 3, I-J07.        M . J  Joiinhon, Locator.
And. Hacks-it. Agent
No.8 ��� Commencing at a post planted about
one mile uorth of the northwest corner of H. J
Johnson's No.fi timber claim theiue south 80
ehaius, thence cast 80 chains, thence north HO
chsins, theucu west HO chains to place of commencement.
Dated June 3, 1907.       Tf.J   John-how, locator.
Ann. Hackktt, Agent.
No. 7. -Commencing at a tnwit planted at the
uorthwest corner **f II. J. Jouunon's No- <> timber
claim, theuee sonth 80 chaina, tbence west HO
cbains, thence north 80 chains, thence cast 80
chains io place of c-omineticemenl.
Dated June 8, l->>7.        It. J. Johnson, Locator.
And. Hacks-it, Agent
No. 8 ��� Coromonclnif at a post planted at the
northeast corner of 11- J. Jonuson's No- 7 timber
claim, thenee north HO cbains, thence west HO
chains, tbence south HO chsins. thence east 8��
cbains to placu of conuneneement.
Datetl June 3. 19U7.        H. J. Johnson, Locator.
And. Hackktt, a vent.
No ���.�� i '-online ue i it if atapost planted at the
northwest corner or H. J Johnsou's No 6 timber
claim, ihenee uorth Hu chains, thence east BO
chains, theuee soulh 80 chatus, thence west 80
chains to point of commencement
Dated J line ��. 1907.        H.J. Johnson. Locator.
No. 10,-Comn.enclng at a post planted at the
northwest corner of timber llcenee 8074, thence
north HO vhalna, theuee east 80 chains, thence
aouth 80 ehalus, tbence weat 80 cbains to place
of commencement ,
Dated June 3, 1907.        II. J. JoHNttON, Loitator.
Avt>. Hackktt. Agent,
nmencing at a post planted st thai
... , orner of William A. Koss*No.6claim,
���orth HO chains,  thunce  east  HO ohalns.
 b HO chains, ihenee weat no chains tt*
T commencement,   ami   containing MO
ore or less.
I 16th June, 1907
���'Commencing at a post planted about
>a south of the northwest cornerof Wll*
"Vsis'No 8 claim.iheuce norlh HO chsins,
aet HO chains, thenee south HO chains,
���.it 80 chains to the point of commence-
nd containing 840 acres, more or less.
115th June. 1907.
-Commencing ���t A pl)Nt planted about 40
outh of the northweat corner of William
No. fl claim,   thence  soutb  80 chains,
irest 80 cbains,   ihi-i    north   80  chsins,
ist tin chaina to the point of commence-
1 containing M0 acres, moru or loss.
! 16th Juno, 1907.
-Commencing at a post  planted   abtwt
les  west   of the  northeast  cornci of Wil-
""    ���' No. 9 claim, thence south 80 chains,
180 chains,  tbence  north  HO ciialns,
went no chains to the point of comtanct-
.nd containing MO acres, mora or less.
ltd LMh June. 1-.HJ7.
-Commencing at a post planted abnet
I wesl of the northeast corn er of WTH tun
No. 9 claim, thence north 80 clMklns,
st 80 chaina.  thenee  south  HO chafes,
est. 80 chains to the point of eoinintmee-
I containing 840 acres, more or less.
1 Uth June. 19U7.
_ -Commencing at a posl planted about
ns south oi the nurthwest corner of
A. Rosa-* No. 10 claim, thenoe soulh 80
tbence west Hi ehains, thenoe north HO
thence east 80 cbains to point of mm
lent and eon tain lug fito acrea, more or less
Sd I6tu June. 1907.
I.-Comraenclnit at a post planted about
���a sonth ot the northwest -corner of Wll-
Itnsa* No. 10 claim, tnence north 80
| thenco west 80 chains, thonce south 80
^thenoe east ho chains to the point of com[
ant nnd containing MO acres more or lcssr
| this 5th day nt July, 1907.
William Ani.rkw Roaa.
Nelson I-and District.   District of West Kootenay
Take notice lhat "David Hcmry Telford," Saskatoon, Sask., occupation lumtterman, intends
to apply for a sp-ectal timber licence over the foi
low iiik described lauds:
No 1 Commencing ata post planted about 8
chains north of the northwest corner of Timber
Limit 8144, weat branch of Liule Hlocan river,
West Koolenay, thenee west Ht> chains, tbence
aonth 80 chains, tbence east 80 ehnins, thence
norlh Hoehalns lo iKdntol commencement and
containing Mo aeres, more or less
Dated July wth, 1907     David Heeur TairoRD.
No. 2. Commencing a poat planted on theeast
bank of Cougar creek, and on-the north bount-
i.iv ol timber limit 8144. weat bran.-li of Little
Hlocan river, thenee north ltiO chains, thence
east 40 chains, thenee south 150 chains, thence
west 40chaina to plaoe of enmiiiencea��cnt, and
containing MO acres, more or less. *
Dated July 10th. I9��rj. David Hknry TbU-Kobd.
No 3 Commencing at a |M>st planteJoii bank
of Kusslc creek, about 20 chain* Mim'h of the
south boundary ot tlather limit 8147. west branch
Ol Little Slocan river, thence west B0 -rhalns.
theuee south 80 chains, thence east HO -rfaaiiis,
thenee north HU chains to the point of ���commencement and containing M0 acrus, more or
less. _.
Dated July llth, 1907. David Hbnry 1 si.roiui.
No 4. Commencing at a post plantod about 8
chains east from esst bsuk of Russle creek, and
ou tbe went boundary of limit H, theuee west HO
chains, thenre south hi chains, thenco east HO
ohalna. thenee north BO chains to point of commencement, end contatulnir Mil acres, more or
Dated July Uth. 1907. DaviI' H*nby TBLroaD.
No. 13. Commencing ata post planted about
AO chains west of (ioose Creek and about six
miles from Its mouth at Hlocan River, said post
Is about 40 ohalns west from D B Tel ford's timber application No. II, thence cast 40 chains to
timber application No. 11, thence north 160
chains, theuee west 40 chains, thonce south It.o
ehalus, to point of commencement, and contain
Inn Mo acres, more or lers
Dated July 17th, J907. Davip E'��nry TBLford.
No. 14. Commencing at a post planted at the
nouthwest corner of No. 13, thenco west 40 chains,
thence north 150 chains, theuco east 40 chains,
thence so-nth 160 chain*** to point Of* commencement, and containing 610 aires, eaore or less.
Dated July 17th, 19OT   I>avu> Hknry CRLKoan.
A. Milton, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
ho. 1
Take notice that J. R. F. Btewart, ot Colllng-
wood, ont , occupation lumberman, inteuds lo
apply for a special timber licence over the following described 'anail Commenelng at a post
planted on a small -t renin about one mile soulh
ot Columbia River near (he head watersof <��ran-
ito Creek, maracd J. R. K. Hlewart's N. K. Angle
post, thence north 40 chains, tnence weat 44i
chains thenco south 00 chains, thence west 20
ohalns, thenco aouth 4fi chains, thence cast 80
chains, thonee north ��6 uhalns. thence west '20
chains to p.ace of commencement, containing
M0 mires, more or less.
July '.Mrd, 1907. JaMICS It. F. StaWABT.
Nelson Lund District. District of Weat Kootenay
No. 2
Take notice that J.R. F. Stewart,of Colllng-
wood, Out,, occupation lumberman, intends to
apply for a special timber licence over tho following described lauds: Commencing at a post
planted on thesouth aide ot a small creek due
wast of the Mountain Meadow mine, aboul 80
chains eaat ol Urantte reek marked J. R- F.
Hlewart's N. K an-gUt post, theuee east *5> chains,
thence south 20 chains, thenno west "20 chains,
thence aonth IS -rhaina, thence wesi 8�� chains,
thence north 75 chalua, thence east 80 chains,
thonee aoutb 30 chains to placa of commencement containing *M0 acres mere or less.
July .uth. iftn, J amib Jt. f. hrr��*k***.
PRINCIPLE8JBAND0NE0
No   Cabinet   Material   Available  to   Sir
Wilfrid Laurler Because Clean
Men Can't Serve Him.
Under the caption "Bricks Without
Straw'* the Mall and Empire discusses
the difficulties to be faced by Sir Wilfrid iJiurler In reconstructing his cabinet out of the material now In the
House of CommonB. A part of the article Is aB follows:
To the work of furnishing up the discolored Ottawa cabinet Sir Wilfrid Laurler has now to apply himself. The
task, however, is somewhat similar to
that Imposed upon the Hebrews in the
days of their captivity, liricks have to
lie made: but without the materials necessary to their production. The unhap
py situation ts attributable to the steady
decline in the moral and intellectual
qualities of Liberalism In recent years.
A decade ago the Liberal party was led
by experienced men. Ontario gave
Mowat and Mills, in addition to the
present representation. Quebec tendered
Joly and Tarte. The far East con
tributed Blair and Davies.
The strong leaders have disappeared.
Some, as, for example, Mowat and Joly.
Ihastened to take refnge fn office in
order to avoid responsibility for the
transactions to which they could not
conscientiously consent- Others dropped
out upon special issues. Mr. Tarte left
laecause the government refused to be
progressive. Mr. Blair followed when
the Grand Trunk Paclflo enormity was
designed contrary to his advice, and for
the special purpose of providing a new
scheme for tbe looting of the treasury.
Mr. Mills hurried to a Judgeship when
he saw what was going on behind the
Bcenes. thus imitating Sir Louis Davies,
Nelson land District   District ot Weat Kootenay
NTsie notice m��t J. B. F. Sl.w.rt. of Collin,
wooal.ont., occnp*tlon lumberman, lutends ip
appl. for ��.pecl��l timber licence ever the fol-
lowlnr described lands: Oommenclnf st a poet
DUnted .bout 56 ch.lns south and 10chains weat
bt post No 1, marked J. K P. Stewart's N. E cor-
naarpost. thence south 1��0 chain., thence weat JO
chaina. thence north 160 chains, thesce eaal 40
chaina to place of commencement conlalnins M0
"Tut*7"����ffi.��i��r* J.���. R r. ST.WA.T.
Take noilne lhat John Rom, of Fernle, B C,
hotel.keeper. Intends to apply lor a special timber licence over the following deaorlbed land.:
1 I-timmeni'in, at a poat planted In the District of West Kootenay. Nelaon Mining Division,
on the north fork of lh. aouth lork of Lost creek.
about five mllea up creek from where two folks
meet and about six mllea north of the International Boundar. Line and about twanty-elght
miles wesl of Kootenar RJver, thence east 80
ehains, thence north 80 chains, thenee weit 80
chains to bank ..I said creek, thence down stream
,.. place ot commencement.
J. Robs, Locator,
���J Commencing- at a poat planted at the southwest corner of 1. Ross's No. 1 location, thence
weal no chains, thence north 81 chains, ihenee
east so chains more or less to bank of aald ereek.
theswe down stream to place ol commencement.
J. Ross. Locator.
3 Commencing at a post planted st ot near
the southwest corner of J. Roas's No 1 location,
tlicnce weat 80 chains, thence soulh 80 cbains,
I hence cast SO chains, more or less, to said creak,
thenee ��!��� stream to place of beginning.
JT Roaa, Locator.
4 Commencing at a poal planted at or near
the southwest corner of J Roas's No. 1 location,
then e east 80 cbains, thence south 80 chaina.
Uicnce west 80 chains, more or leas, to bank of
mid creek, thence up stream to plaee ol commencement
J. Roaa, Locator.
5. Commencing at a post planted about two
mllea south of lhe southwest corner of J. Ross I
No. t location, ou tbe north fork of tha south
fork of I. -st creek, and about four miles up
stream, Iiom where the two forks meet, thence
cat ao.-hetiis, thence north 80 chains, thence
ivest 80 chains, more or leaa, to bank of said
ereek, thence down stream to place of commencement. - _        _
J. Ross, Locator.
S. Commencing at a poet planted at, or near,
the southwest corner of J. Roas's No. 6 location,
on Lost creea, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence HOchalns eaat, more or
less, to bank of said creek, tbence down stream
to place of commencement.
Located J5tk June, 1807 J. Roaa, Locator.
Nelson Land District. Dlstrictof Weat Kootenay
Take notice that A. L. Reading, ol Arrowhead, B 0,i occupation, carpenter, intends to
Hi.ply lor a special limber license over the lollowlng described lands: Commencing atapost
planted -10 chains sontb of 8. B corner of T. L. 7.-
M5 thence south 80 cbains, thence east 80 cbalna*
thenee uorth 80 chains, thence weat 80 chains ta
l>... ut of commencement,
fune *J8th, 1U07.   Asthor Lai rencs RsaolNe.
Nc*��mi iVnd Dl.lrlct. District of West Koo'enay
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of A.row-
head B c, occupation, carpenter. Intends lo apply for a special timber llcenee over the lol
lowing described lands: Commencing at a
post planted 80 chain, south of A. L. Reading's
.���orner post No. 1. thence south 80 chains, thence
*ast 80 chains, tnence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chaini, to polnl ot commencement.
June 28lh 180T.    Aruhuk Laorsncb Rs.dino.
Nelson l��nd DUtrlct. District ol Weat Kootensy
Tako notice th.t A. L. Reading, of arrowhead. B 0�� occupation, canteuler, intends to
apply lor a special timber liceuae over the following deacribed lands: Commeucing al a post
& lame.I 60 chains south of N E. corner of A. L
eadlng'a claim No. 1, thence south 160 chains.
Ihenee eaat to chains, thence north 160 chains,
thenee wesl 40chains to point of commencement
.lull.* -'Hill. W07.      ARTHUR L.URkMOBRBAIilHO.
Nelson Land Dl.lrlct. District of West Kootensy
Tako notice thai A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B.C., occupation, carpenter intends to
ttpply lor a special timber license over the following deacribed lauds: Commencing at a post
Blaiitc.no chains south of N. E. corner of A. L.
calling's claim No 3, tbence aouth 160 chains,
thence cast 40 chains, thence north. 160 chains,
thenee west 40 chains to point ol commencement.
June 28th, 1907.   Akthiib Latissiios Rs.dino.
Nelson Land DUtrlct. District of Weit 'ootenay
Take notice that A L Reading, of Arrowhead, B. C , occupation, carpenter. Intends to
applv lor a special Umber ricense over tbe following doicrlbed landi: Commencing ata poit
planted 40 chaini south of N. E. oorner of A. L.
Reading's claim No. 4, thence iouth 160 chains.
thence eaat 40 chains, thence north lr-Oehalns.
thence west 40 chains to point of commence
ment. . ���
June 29th, 1907.   Asthor LAt'BBNCE Rbadiho.
Claim No. 6. "*-   ���
Nelaon Land District. District of Weit Kootenay
Tako notice lhat A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B. 0,i occupation,, carpenter, lntendi to
apply for a special timber license over the following described lands: Commencing st a poat
Rlau'o.i 40 chains aouth of N K Corner ul A I,
eading's claim No. 6, thence aouth 160 chains,
thence out 40 chaini, thenco north lsQSchalns.
thonce west 40 cbaini lo point of commencement.
JunO 29th, 1907.     ARTIMR I.At'UKM K RB.DIKQ.
Claim *** o- 7.
Nelion Land District. Dlstilet of West Kootenay.
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead
B. C, occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for
a special timber licence over tho following de-
���crlcc.l lands: Commeucing ata post planted
70 chains south of N K cornor ol A. I,. Reading's
claim No 6. thunce lou'hSO chaini thenco eait
HO chains, thenoe north 80 cbains, thenoe west 80
chains lo point of cninmeuoemcnt.
June 29ih, 1907.   abthi r Laurbncb rsadikq.
the Prince Edward Island leader. Few
of the original men remain, and these
are In office only because they are subservient and unprincipled. The suc-
cesors of the former ministers are men
of Inferior capacity. We have Mr. Hyman in the place of Sir Oliver Mowat,
and-Mr. Aylesworth in the position formerly held by David Mills. Jacques
Hureau is the successor of Sir Henry
Joly, and Mr. Lemleux, the windy postmaster general. Is the representative of
Mr. Tarte. A gentleman by the name
of Templeman Is also In the cabinet,
taking the place, but not the portfolio,
vacated by Mr. Blulr, while Frank Oliver is representing Slfton. Outside of
the cabinet there Is no promising material. Along the government benches
one looks in vain for a man of talent,
of force, and of leadership. To a dead
level of mediocrity the party has fallen.
It Ib because of this state of affairs
that gigantic efforts are made to boom
the leader, upon whose artificial glory
the entire party is trying to exist. Why
are there no new men In the Liberal
ranks ? Why is It that the governing
or ruling faction, that ought under proper auspices to draw ambition to Its
aid, falls to attract? The answer seems
to be found In circumstance that Liberalism, as such, has ceased to exist
The Liberal party, the party with a policy, wrong though the policy may have
been at times, has expired, and In its
place we h��v�� simply a band of officeholders. There U today no such thing
as a Liberal policy. There Is no proposal to reform a single wrong, no promise of legislation relieving the people
of the oppression, the enormous taxes,
the exactions und��r which they suffer.
A party with no ralson d'etre but office for a few men. and polts, or "rake-
offs," for Its principal workers, cannot
summon to its counsels the better class
of men, the men who want to do something for their country, the men who
regard public service as a trust to be
used for the people as a whole, and not
for the individual. The Liberalism of
today, therefore, repels the worthy element among the people, and attracts
only such politicians as are either inefficient or selflBh. Sir Wilfrid Laurier
cannot form a strong cabinet, because
the material Is wanting, and the material Is wanting because he has abolished principle, and has based his party
upon opportunism and greed.
Demented Mother's Act.
Baltimore, Aug. 6.���During a reoccurrence of insanity which haa caused her
to be thrice confined in an Insane asylum Mrs. CBristine Nenadal, 24 years,
wife of Joseph Nenadal today strangled
her two small children. Suspicion was
aroused by sounds coming from the
Nenadal house, neighbors tried to enter
but found all the doors locked. A policeman finally broke open the door but
was too late to save the lives of the
children.    The mother is under arrest.
Proof by Photographs
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 6.���H. A. Vurpln,
secretary of the National Tracklayers*
Association, today filed twenty-five
photographs with the state railway commission in support of tbe allegation that
the Missouri Pacific tracks in Nebraska
were In a dangerous condition. He
urged that trackmen should receive better pay and asserted that ties and rails
were unsafe for travel. The protest
will be investigated.
INOTICE
In the matter of an application for tbe lisue of
<lupltcatMof the Certlflcat** of Title to lot-. 11,
12 and 13, aroup 1, Weit Kootenay Dlitrlct, alao
known aa tbe ' Kootenay Chief," "Comfort" and
"Lulu" mineral rlalmi reapectWely.
Notice Ib hereby Riven that It is my Intention
to Issue at the expiration of one month aftrr the
first publication hereof a duplicate of Certificate
of Title no. 6901a oi an undivided 81-lOOths in
each of tbe a^ove lots, issued on the 17th day of
May, A. D. 1886 in tha name of John C. Ami worth,
and also a duplicate ol Certificate of Title No.
6900a of an undlvld��d 19-100ths in each of tbe
��bove lots, issued on the 17th day of May, A. I��.
1886. in tbe name of George J   Ainswortli.
I and Registry Office, Nt lsou, B. C, August 6th,
uor.
*'H. F. MacLaoo,"
Dtstrtet Registrar.
LAND  REGI8TRY  ACT.
Take milir-c that an application haa been made
to register Arthur Hamilton Bucbanan a*
the owner In Fee Simple, under a tax sale de*d
from K. J. Strnson, Deputy Assessor and Collect
of tbe Slocan Asieisment Pltiirtct, to Arthur
Hamilton Uui-hansn, bearing date the 7tb of
November, A l>..1*806, of all and singular that
certain parcel, or tract, m land, and premises,
situate: lying ami being IB tb�� Dlstrictof Kootr-
nay, in the Province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and descrlbad^ae:
Lot number nine hundred and seventy (970),
(ironpone (1). in the DiKtrlct of Kootenay, "Sunset Mineral Claim.
You and each ol vouare required to contest tbe
claim oi the tsx purchaser within fourteen days
from tbe date of the service of this notice upon
you, and tn default of a caveat, or certificates of
lis paadani being filed within auch period, you
will b< forever estopped and debarred from setting up any ili'm to, or In respect of tbe said
land, and 1 ihall register Arthur Hamilton
Buchanan as owner thereof.
Dated at Land Registry Ofllee, Nel��on, Province of British Columbia, thla26th day of April,
A D* im- H. F. MacLEOD.
Dlatrlet Raflstrar.
To BBifjaiflH F. I'.vm,
The Sunset Gold  A  Silver  Mining Company (lorel(D).
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application Ior the tsue of
duplicate of the certificates ol Title (oi Lota fi, 7,
�����, aiid 17, Slock ��, l own ol Kitchener (���'.,> r.��8)
and I>.| ".1S7 Group One, lu the District ol Kootenar.
Notice il hereby Riven that It is my intention
to issue at the expiration ol one month after the
first publication hercor.alupllcatci ot Certificates
of Title of the above lota lu the name of Joseph
Walker whfoh certificates ar* dated 22nd day of
June, 1903and  numbered WH1 A ,nd  S482A  re
Land Reilitry once, Nelion, B. c.Mr.l July,
1901.
"H. f. M.cLaWt..'-
District Uefl.trar.
F. C GREEN       F. P. BURDEN        A. H. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers. Dominion and British
ColumbU Land Surveyors
COR.VIcrORIA k KOOTENAY STS . NELSON. B.C
r. 0. tax 14$   Phoat 261 B.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nelion. B. C.
Lighted by Eleotrloitj- and
Heated by Hot Air
SATIS J-J  PBB DAT
lattwe and Comfortable Bedrooms and First-
otaaiDlnlUK Koom.   Sample Room! for Commercial   Nan
MRB.   I.   C I.LAKKK.   Proprletrtat
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Room*. 50 cents upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled in the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. EBICKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court House
and Postoffice. Nelaon. B. C.
Ttemont House
Bnropean aad American Pima
Hull *�� cu.   Roomi from * cts. to rj
Only White Help Employed.
MALONE   *   TREOILLUB
Baker St., Nelaon Proprlaton
Battlett   House
OKU. W. BART LETT,
Proprietor.
Best DoIlir-a-Day House in Nelson.
Th* Bar la the Pineal.
White Help Only Employed.
Joeephine. Bt.
Royal Hotel
MRS   WILLIAM   ROBKRTB,
raorairrmaia
Bates fl and $1.50 a Day.
Special Bates to Besular Boarders.
Athabasca
Saloon.**
CORNER
BAKER AND
IO0TENAT
STREETS.
Most comfortable quarters In Nelsonl
Only tbe beat ol Liquors and -U-rara.
BQJJAKDS. POOL.
MARTIN   IVEN8 JNO.   PHILBERT
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application lor Ihe Issue oi
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title lor Lots
16 and 13, Block 26, Town of Nelson.
Notice la hereby given tbat it is my intention
to issue at the expiration of one month after the
first publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for trie above Lots in the name of
Prances Jt. Day, which Certificate Is dated the
19tb Heptember, 1899, and numbered 23SOK.
Land BealFtry Office, Nelson, B.C., l&th June,
1907. H. F. MatcLSOD.
DUtrlct Registrar.
INOTICE.
Not ce is hereby given that after the expiration
of sixty aayi 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
"Rivers and Streams Act" and Amending Acts,
fortherlvht to Improve the Slocan rivtr from
tbe mill dam of said oompany (situate ahout
three miles above the junction of aaid Slocan
river with the Kootenay river.) to the mouth of
the Little 8lecan river, and to improve the Little
Slocan river and branches thereof to the northern boundary of suh lot 2, lot 7100, and sub-lot 1,
lot 7101 group one, Kootenay district, and to
Improve the tributaries of said rivers; and remove obstructions from said rivers and tributaries, and to make the aame fit for driving, storing, sorting booming and ratting logs, timber,
lumber, rafts, and crafts; also for the rlght to
collect tolls thereon.
The lands lo be affected are the following: (a)
Lot- 303, 7369, 64b0, 6461. 04S2, 9610. 6897, 54-46, 3609.
7523, 7066, :in-A), 481*2, all in Group one, Kootenay
district; also lands covered by prc-emptlonn
numbered 46, 103, 115, 135, 148,164 and 570; alto
Uii'lft covere<l by timber licenses numbered 5S56,
v**i, 5581, .v*ft, 5586, b!87. and 5588; also lands of
the crown.
Dated this 6tb day of July, 1907.
THE PATRICK  LUMBER  COMPANY,  UH1TBD,
by Its solicitor. R. W. Hinkinoton,
Fot Sale Cheap
BOIL.BR
One 60-inch diameter, by left. sin.
long, underflred, return multi-tubular
boiler, in fair condition. Eighty-two
IHi-in. tubes, 2 1-3x2 1-6 In. steam
���lome. Boiler la good for testing to 150
lbs. per square Inch, and a working pressure of 80 to 90 lbs. Mountings consist
of safety valve, atop valve, water
gauges, try cocks, sludge cock and
check valve, set of are bars and bearers.
eiNOIINE
One 9-in. diameter x 14ln. stroke, high
pressure, variable cut off expansion,
valve engine with governor. Fly wheel
and belt pulley are those not originally
supplied with the engine but are stilt
able for ordinary requirement. Engine
has been used to drive electric light
at the smelter and la In good condition.
PBBD  HBATBR
One vertical multi-tubular exhaust
Bteam heated feed-water heater, f ft.
high, I0*t4iii. diameter with openings
for 3-ln. exhaust pipes. Corrugated copper tubes inside through which the feed
water passes. Stop valve, drain cock
and safety valve. Apply to
lV*AetkAAe*tVieytAe\et0AA0t��\ete*Atya^^
We have had placed in our handa one of the prettiest best paying
DEVELOPED FRUIT FARMS
IK THIS OOUNTEY.
This ia np for a quick sale on account of owner's ill health. Call and get
full particulars. If yon have $6,000 we can make a good easy deal with you
for this property.
8. M.  BRYDGES,
Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron* Ltd*
**eaet��a*te*t*e*e*e*e*e*e*e1******ieiteV*kt>***A*Va*V*V*teVVkeV***kei
FAfltVIEW ADDITION TO HELSON LOTS ADJACEHT TO OTT PARK
ON TRAMLINE
Lots for Sale at from $100 to $200
Price* will be raised 15 per cent, after 1st August.    Buy while thsy are
cheap.   Term* one-third cash, balance ir. aix and twelve months.
THE   FINE8T   RESIDENTIAL   PROPERTY  IN  THE CITY.
T. a. PROCTER
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
MADDEN  BLOCK, WARD ST.
We Heive Fot Sale One of the Prettiest Homes ta
Nelson, Stteated tn Fatrrfarw. Close to the Car Line
i
Large 7-room houae. Stone foundation and first-class cellar. Complete water system. 10 lot* under cultivation and planted in large, bearing fruit trees.   This I* a anap.   For particular* apply to
STUBBS
PITTS
FRUIT  LANDS
REAL   ESTATE
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Hstc 10.000 Actes
of the
Choicest Fwrtt Lands ta
British Colombia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
, Bny now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,     -     Nelson. B. C.
FRUITVALE!
GOOD SOIL
NO STONES
EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION (Daily Trains.)
ABSOLUTS TITLE
EVERY TRACT SURVEYED
EVERY    TRACT    ACCESSIBLE
EASY TERMS
Something for th* practical man.
Just Investigate!���That I* All we
ask of you; and you owe that much
to yourself.
Kootenay Orchard
Association
WARD ST.   -   NELSON, B.C
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Bee. C. X.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offlce: Bealey Building.   P. O. Box 434
Baker St. NELSON, B. C.
INOTICE
CANADIAN
RAILWAY
Summer Excursion
.... Rates East
FfROiVl INaBLrSOIN
To Winnipeg $46*20
To Port Arthur. St. Paid.
Dujpth, Sioux Qty
$52.50
Chicago S64.00 Montreal 184.00
Toronto S78.50 St. John f 94.00
St. Louie 840.00 Ottawa  882.55
Now York 8100.00 Boston 885.50
Halifax (101.80
On Sale July 3. 4, S.   August 8, 9, 10.
September 11, 12, 13.
First Class Round Trip. 90
Days Limit.
Corresponding reductions rrom all
Kootenay points. Tickets available for
lake route Including meala and berths
oo lake steamer*. Through rates quoted
to any station in Ontario. Quebec or
Maritime provinces on application.
K. J. OOYL.K, J. S. OARTEB,
A.O.P. A..Vancouvar. D. P.A., Nelson
IN   THE   MATTER   OF  "THE   PLANS
CANCELLATION  ACT, 1906,"
AND IN THE MATTER OF the plan of
the Townsit* of Robson, part of Lot
Three Hundred and On* (301,)
Group On* (1,) Kootenay, of record
In the Land Registry Office at Nelion aa "826."
The Hail Mining & Smelling Co.,
NEL80N, B. C.
Ltd.
Notice !��� hereby glveo that the andenlcned
b��ve -submitted to toe Lieutenant Qo-reruor-ln-
Councll m propoeel under the provision* of the
"RIvith mnl sir.'Km* Act," for clearing and re-
moving obstruction* fmm Uottt River iu<l Mm-
dow Croek, In the Dlatrlet of Weat Kootenay. and
for making thonaniaflt for rafting and drlr t
ing thereon logn. Umber, lumber, raftat- nd crafts
Rnrl for creeling and maintaining bo-QUlt for
holding, ���sorting and d-llvt-rlng log* And timber
brought down aald ereek and river, and for at-
ta.-hiiig boomt to tba ihore of said creek and
river for raid purpoeo-
Tbe land* to be affected bf raltl work are: ���
Lots M2, M87. ��i��. and tub loti 1,6. ll. n, U and
10 of Lot4S92, tlrnup I, Kootenay Matrlct.
The tolli proponed to he charged are niche-*
mav he flted t>v the Judge of tha County Court
of Went Kootenay.
l>*ted Mint July. 1WJ7.
THR INTRKNATIONAI. LUHHE A MlBCAKTILI Co..
Ltd.
Take notiee tbat on the '.'Mh day of July, A. 1).
1--M7. ��t the hour of 10:80 o'clock In tbe forenoon,
at tbe Court Houae in the city of Nelion. in tbe
Province of Br'tub Columbia, Application will
bo made to tbe Judge bf the County Court of
Went Kootenay, by tbe Columbia and Kootenay
Hallway and Navigation Company for an order
that tbe plan of the laid Townaite of Robeon, of
record at Nelaon. in the Province of British
ColumbU, aa "6 ft" be cancelled, and tbat the
applicant may enjoy the landa comprised within the laid Town Bite free from any easements
or rights of any person to open any land or
lane**, street or atreets, tquare or sq'ieres, park
or narks at-roea, within or upon aald lands.
Hated at tbe City of Neleon, lu the Krovlnce of
British Columbia, thlaTTth day of June, A.D-.
tm* i
MACllbNAlD* HALL,
Agents for Loughe^l, Bennett, Allison, Taylor
A MeLaws.   Solicitors and agents for tba
Columbia <t Kootenay Railway A Navigation Company, applicants.
To MARTIN M. MARTINS,
nnd
TO R. BRLL f COMPANY. The Daily Canadian
!*
i;
ftu_
OAIN   YOU   SEEO
Oo  You   Know  What This Is    ���
It Is the Royal Standard flying over at my ramp. With it good, ordinary pair of eyes it is plainly visible If you rannot see it come down
to my office  and  gel  fitted  with   proper glasses.
WE  ALSO   HAVE   BINOCULARS
$15   to  $60.00.
J. O. PATENAUDE
IWANL'I'aKCtTl-Ml^alO
JBWBLLBR....
Watchmaker and Opticfai
Oat* THURMAN MIXTURE
id manufactured from 'be fluest tobaceo, sin-
ripened ami riew-Bwoeteued     it's mild, full-
lUvitrcd atnl roOl.    a tobacco you
ou^lit io try
W. cA. THURMAN,
fobacennist.    Bikti Street.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frait,
Faei A Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICE:
N.E. cor. Baker   and   Ward   Sta.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to Soo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
Ha E. Croadsdaile & 2:
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders will find it to their ad-
vintage to ufco oar Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
Limited.
Victoria St. Property
4-Room house: good cellar, fine level lot,
verandah; $1000; $300 cash, balance
$15 per month.
5-Room house; all modern: between
Stanley and Josephine;  $1,500 cash.
7-Room house; all modern; excellently
furnished; Coast fir, etc.; $2,200;
terms.
4 Lots, best location in Nelson for a
pretty view; $1,300;   good terms.
OLVERTON&Co.
BAKER   8T.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweep
ing, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean
Ing  Stovea,  etc.
JACKSON   RADCLITFE,
111  Eaat Baker 8t. Phone No. A11**
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLES.4JLE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries
Bntt��r, Ekrs.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
fio to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
Inn of Japanese Goods now on sale.
All kinds of Dlnnerware In stock. I'at-
terna.
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
NELSON,
B. C
WiliRTIPMaS
Soolallat i��i,ft>' m.*��*is ever. Fr.dsv
evening ft! h |. m . iii ihe Miners' Union Hull
All are invited: any ..nt* aIIowl*.) Io take part lu
thr .lel.Rtes.   r. Anatin, Secretary.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
Patronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
Best Located Hotel In Nelson
Apartments Elegant.   Onlslne Choicest
civility an.l Cleanllnaaa.
Under the mnnaeement ol  R  K. laoble,
late oi Ton.nto, ' ttawa and
Winnipeg.
.1. Anse'le. Toren.o; J. J. Thompson.
B. Ilarrett, L. 1). Chesney, Vancouver:
A. E. Watts. Waitsburg; Mrs. M. n.
Johnson. Mitchell: Mrs. G. M. Procter.
Miss 'Procter, St. Paul: C. Staples. Wy-
rliffe: K. J. Long. Creston*, W. O. Stevens, Koch Siding; J. H. Schofleld, Trail:
.1. VT. Power. Kaslo; II. M. Stevenson.
Aitisw.irlli; P. Smeaton. Medicine Mat;
t'. R. Kruger. Hutte: W. Hunter, Silver-
Ion; G. .1. Smith, Vancouver.
Cor. Vsnion   and Ward Streeta,
rNBLSoiv, a. a.
S. Fnot, K. Stripy, Toronto; J. Brook-
bank. Arrowhead; E. H- Tartar, Vancouver; \V. Wilson. Spokane; H. S.
Francis. A. B. Francis, Procter; I>. Alexander, New Denver; J. H. Ilrownlee.
Montreal; Mrs. S. E. Craig. Miss I-. M.
Craig, Ellensburg; H. L. Archer. Minneapolis; J. L. Relallack, Kaslo; J. E.
Robertson, F. O. Maber, Winnipeg; W.
L. Smyth, Revelstoke; E. M. Keacliie.
Montreal; S. T. Brown, St. Catherine's;
J. E. Morton, Niagara; C. F. Hooper,
Spokane.
QUEEN'S
J. A. Rnwe and wife, Creston; W. S.
McCausland, Miss J. T. Ryan, Calgary;
.1. Johnson. Fernle; H. B. Frevelyson.
R.-gina; E.-Matthews, S. A. Grant, filue
Bell; G. H. Findlay, Moyle; Miss A.
Penman. Kingsley; E. Shrapnel, Miss F.
Shrapnel, Vancouver; L.. Dewdney,
Grand Forks.
GRAND CENTRAL
O. M. Ideal. Ainsworth; J. W. I^ogan,
n. Dennys. Heaver; C. H. Hag, J. M.
Hair, Minneapolis; S. Silver, Shields;
It. C. Hell, R. A. Bell, 9-Mile; F. Martin.
Fern Mine; A. Dixon, .1. F. Watson,
Klllarney; D. J. Hartney, Baldur; G. D.
Webb, G. L. Fleming, M. McDonald, Tabor; F. McDonald, A. McDonalds Antl-
gonish; .1. Mclnnes, J. Dewar, D. Mc*
Cleilan, J. Campbi/Il, E. Johnson, Bloom*
Held; E. A. Powell. W. H. Hudson,
Trail; W. A. Wood. Spokane; H. Warren, Ainsworth; L. C. Bourton, New Or-
'cans; L. II. Avery, C. B. Archibald.
Ymlr.
BARTLETT.
C. II. Harrington, L. B. Brown. Bir-
iiilngham; R. Carruthers, Ymlr; II. Morton, Rossland.
ROYAL
L. F. Simpson. Victoria; J. P. Reld,
Kdmo.-itnn; E. Standing. A. S. Macdonald. C. S. St.'indnian, Moose Jaw; J.
t'opeland. Erie; G. A. Shower. Procter;
Mm. A. Mullen, Grand Forks; G. A.
Shover, Arlington Mine; Mrs. A. Mullen. Gerrard.
TREMONT
P. Seymour, Spokane; L. A. Pellet,
IB Creek; W. Hill. Salmo; A. 0. Hughes.
Wllllow Point| L. McDonald, A. McDonald, New York; I. Mattice. A. McDessen.
Ymir: L. Jenvls, Procter; H. Nelson,
Heaver Siding.
SAMUEL,  A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
Ill Kinds of Heating Plants In  Stock.
SANITARY  PLUMBING.
Victoria St., Nr. Opera Houae.      Tel. 181.
LOST.
.'OLD CHAIN, between Hoover and Vernon
Streets Hulttible reward will be paid lor Its
return.    M(jl��t*rnilfl A Meliardy,
A I'KAKI. 8I-N-II1-R8T Pitt, Finder return A
this ..111.*e   Reward Offered.
A t'OCKETHOOK containing a signed chejueoi
tb.* Second Relief Mining Compan,, puyable
to It. 0. Wade, and letters. Finder kindly
leave at No I'laci* Inn.
TO LET
I'WO Hl.3l-.-l.aaa ROOMS, steam heated    Applv honsek.*eTM.r flrd flat. K   W. C. block.
WANTED
l   FAR1NKB   will.  f.'HU to   purchase a fruit
rantti near Nelson    A good speculation.  Partner need not be actively I neaged on ranch.
For particulars apply'/ (JHOUUlt.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Cricket.
A meeting of thu executive committee ul the Nelson Cricket club will be
held this evening to select the team to
represent Nelson in Ihe mutch against
Castlegar Thursday  afternoon.
Wonderful  Growth.
In the window of China Hall it) to lie
seen a pea vine of remarkable growth.
li measures, in lenth, 11 fcut, and was
grown in Thomas Nelson's garden in
Fairview.
S. O. E.
At the adjourned meeting of Nelson
Queen lodge, Sons of England, held last
OJght,  six   members   received   the   White
Rose degree, the second and  final degree of the order.
Horse   Drowned.
A horse attached to a delivery wagon
belt nging to the Weat Kootenay Hutch-
er Co. ran away this morning and
jumped into the river from the city
wharf. The horse was drowned-mnd the
wagon is still in the water.
Notice  to  Scullers.
All members of the Nelson Boat club
who intend to compete in the single
sculling races of the regatta and are
not also rowing in the fours, are asked
Ut appear at the club house Wednesday
night  to   row  off  preliminary heats.
Diamond   Drilling.
Diamond Drilling has been resumed
at the Granby mines, Boyes Bros., the
contractors, having started again up in
the woods on the Monarch claim, where
it is understood some deep holes will be
bored.
School   Boards Competing.
According to exchanges the-boards of
school trustees throughout the province
are experiencing considerable difficulty
in filling vacancies on their staffs.
There appear to be at last more .schools
than teachers
One Oar  Found.
The search for the body of the late
David Noble is being continued by a
party of six of his friends from Trail,
who are patrolling the mouth of the
Kootenay with grappling irons. One of
the tars has been found near China
creek.
St.  Saviour's  Church.
A largely attended meeting of the
building committee of St. Saviour's
church was held in the school house
last evening, when plans for the raising of funds were arranged for and the
various sub-committees appointed to
take action in matters in connection
with  the   proposed   building.
"King of the Cattle Ring."
It may be said of the "King of the
Cattle" company that it was well balanced. No one member of the company
was letter than another, and collectively they were very bad. The play was in
keeping with the company, and those
who were unfortunate enough to be
present spent an hour and a half in
torture.
20,000 Club.
The regular meeting of the general
executive of the 20,000 club will be held
in the club offices tonight at 8:30. Reports from all sub-committees will be
received and. in particular, final arrangements will be made for the smok
ing concert to be given in the exhibition
building Thursday evening under the
management of Edgar Mason.
Changing   the  Lights.
Supt. Smith is busy just now changing the street lights to a more up-to-date
system. Instead of five lamps In series,
there are now five strings of 20 In
series, obviating the putting out of five
lamps when one burns out. In future
if one burns out, one only will remain
',ark As soon as the necessary apparatus arrives from the East, the superintendent will be able to overcome the
tluc'uations   In   the   illumination.
J. Roche & Co.. House Painters, etc.
See me for prices. General Delivery,
Post  Office.
SPECIAL GENERAL  MEETING.
A special general meeting of the
shareholders of the Kootenay Fruit
Growers' association will be held In the
court house, Nelson, on Tuesday, Aug.
20. 1&07, at 8 p. m. By order,
D. C. McMORRIS, Sec.
The Store of Quality
Preserving
Berries
$2*00 pe* Crate
Fresh In every morning. An
excellent chance to get your
preserving fruit at a moderate
cost.
CASH TALKS AT OUR STORE
Rob.M.Hood&Co.
JK. W. 0. Block . Phone 19.
AUSTRALIAN
ROAST
MUTTON
Large Tins  45c
Fine For Lunch During
Hot Weather.
C. A. JSenedtct
Corner Silica and Josophine Bts.
PHONI]  1
We Sell
Talking Machines
On Easy
Monthly Payments
See us  or write us about it.
Why forgo the pleasure and entertainment to be derived from a good Phonograph or Graphophone, when the payment of a small amount each month
will secure the IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  of one?
W. G. Thomson
ffiffiSSK* *nd  Nelson, B. C.
Rlion-�� .3-4.
FOR  SALE
430 acres on Kootenay Lake, between
Balfour and Coffee Creek; $12.60
per acre.
Geo. G. McLAREN
Baker St., ijppoeite Queen's Hotel.
Piano  and Singing Lessons
Given  by   Mrs.  Winter   Every  Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and slnglnK Ortlflcate from Trinity
College, London, Kng.. for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conser.
vatofre of Music for singing and piano
playing.        Address Box 7��6. N��l��on.
PERSONAL.
J. H. Schofleld. M. L. A., came In
from Traii  last  night.
Kohert Long, license commissioner,
Creston, Is In the city.
Mrs. Strachan. of Trail, Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Belfry, Vancouver.
W. Hunter, M. L. A. for Slocan, returned last ni-;ht  from Phoenix.
J. L. Retallack arrived from Kaslo
last night and is at the Strathcona.
A. E. Watts, of WattHburg, arrived
last night and is a guest at the Hume.
Mrs. J. A. Erlckson left for Spokane
last night tn meet a niece of Mr. Brick.
son's who Is arriving from the East.
C. A. Lee, the stroke of the Junior
Fours who won the race at Seattle. Is
in the Home hospital suffering from typhoid fever.
W. J. Phlillpps, ex-chief of the Fernle
fire brigade, an.] formerly of. the Nelson department, has taken up hla residence  in   Spokane.
Driver II. Vcrrlpder and Fireman II.
Symms, of the Mflsou fire department,
have received their medals for far-rica
in South Africa, Verrinder served with
the Australian contingent and Symms
with   the   London   Yeomanry.
H. L. Archer, of Minneapolis, who has
been spending several days, with the
Strathcona as his headquarters, looking
after some mining Interests In the dis-
trlct, and Incidentally enjoying the
trout fishing, leaves for the Coast to
night.
Mrs. H. Harris, of Nelson, who for
the past three months has been visiting
her mother in this city, left on Saturday
where she will Join her husband. She
where she will poln her husband. She
was accompanied by her family.���Vancouver World.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Whole-Halt; ami   K.-ifiii Dealers Id
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on shortest notice and
lowest prtee. Nothing but  fresh and
wholesome meats and Hupples kept in I lock
Mail orders receive cnroful attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Is Pemovmed
FOR
lTS5CEflEPY
Its BusiriEss Energy
AND
Wfi
(MjMUE
RASPBERRIES
WE   WILL   BE   RECEIVING
PLENTY   OF   RASPBERRIES
IN  THE  NEXT  FEW   DAYS
AND ANY ORDERS LEFT
WITH U8 WILL BE
PROMPTLY   FILLED.
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Agi*nl forTru,.*ott Launch.-.
RU.I rett-.rtH.ro Cooes.
Klnest  !..,! ot   I*.**..*- in  H  C.
M.   .U.   LINDSAY
Fool of Josephine Ht.        Tel. A18
W.    O.    GILLETT
Ountractor   and
BufMWa
Sole agent Ior the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail yarild. RoUf li and 'in* 's<#d lumber, innii��l
-work and bracket*. Coaat lath an'l shingles, Path
am] doom. Cement, brick snd lime for sale
Automatic grln-ler.
Yard a tin factory: Vernon St.. eaat of Hall
INBLHOIN.   I*. C
P. (). Hox 232. Toiephono 178
Don't   Miss
PROMENADE
SMOKING
CONCERT
TO   BE   GIVEN   IN   THE
Exhibition   Building
ThursdayEvening, Aug. 8
Tickets   for   Promenade   25c
Seats 25c extra
Commences at 8 o'clock
City Band in Attendance*
ANNUAL SALE
Uf  I.O-NI-.lall'H   In
FIT-REFORM SUITS
VllhlCR nt
���15.00, $18.00,190 IK) to ���afi.co.
All ouo Price
���12.60.
EMORY & WALLEY,
I"l t"R ����f < j r-m
Wai-drob��
KODAKS M^LAccessorte
====================   (Fresh Stock Twice a Week)
This is the season for taking photos of
Kootenay s unrivalled scenery.
TOURISTS,  We can supply you with
anything in  the  Kodak  line.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phone  81
NELSON    IROIN    WORKS
������.  A.  ISAAC
R.   W.   HINTON-
EINQIINEEWS   AINI)   CONTRACTORS
POUM)UR8 AIND
MACHINISTS
Ucp.ilrli.u   Mini   .lottliliiK   wxa-uutud wltli   DMpntuh       Hh���i m^.,
Ot-��   (Jfifw,   ht.   ht.    Contmutora'   Oar*. "m
CoriuT nf Mail and
Front rilrw'U.
NELSON,    B. C,
T.lf.bOM ���
IO Hoi��
A.Q. LAMBERT & CO
MANUFACTURERS    ��   m,nmf.mm      Cti i
and dealers in LtwiiDef, olungies*
Lath, jMoulclin*|(s, Doors, Windowa
Turned Worlc and ll.ii..ktt��. Mail Order* prompt]' MteaUt (
vkhinoin HTDitirr . . -  ���vm^Morv. u. ��*:.
The Hall Mining and Smelting]
Company, Limited.
NELSON, B. O.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
SEMI-READY 2MT
TO HAW)
A. GILKER
llAKliM 8IR1.ET, INLJ-USOIN.
STARKEY & CO.
WhoiBwn ProvUlona,
Produce, - Hi-ult.
CJoTorutnent Cr*e��m��ry Our Pound Hrtrks received weekly *fre��h trom li* <���
nbarn.    For mill] by all leading- frrooeri. i ���
Office and warebonm : Honnton Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street.       - Nelson, B.C.    I
Ha.mmock:s
i
Our shipment of these has beeu delayed in transit but we ha"I
them uow, 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 and
be convinced and enjoy comfort.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware)
Company, Limited. Noi��on b���"**
Galvanised Iron
Work
1
^
.
=i>
Our facilities, tor turning out Galvanized Iron Work of every
description arc unequalled In the Kootenays.
Eve Troughs, Conductor Pipes, So*"**
Stacks and Furnace Work, etc.
SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
V
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Limited
Retail ,
Wholesale
INIJI.ta,0IN
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