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iLUMR I.     No.   10.8
Fifty Cents a Month
flge and Jury Must Visit
Elk River Valley
Ise long drawn out
���rth Day of Lumber Go's, Damage
Suit���Session May Last Several Weeks Longer.
long-drawn tire damage oase
, at  the dOBd "f tin* fourth cluy
trial, nol more than well begun-
plalntlfffl' cuse Ih perhaps half
bgli.   Su far ll has been huu^IiI tu
thai   tin; fires from  which  the
|g(_  resulted an- all due to Qualf*
nets or failure to act.   Document
evidence, is iu to establish the re-
iflriltty  of the oihoi* defendant!
IJuailTe.    Mr. Davis Is now engaged
ovlng tin; extent of the damage.
plan of the defence on behalf
railway company, and of Stew-
|& Co. Is not yet even BUggOSted.
Wae practically decided ut this
ling's session of the court thut
:��� and jury sboulil visit and view
P ground in dispute before argument
Bhe ease begin*. Tbat ounnot be
until next week at the earliest,
tbe sitting of.the supreme court
resumed this morning shortly af-
10:30 o'clock.
iTIie Hist witness called wns C. P.
Prick, on. an employee of the Klk
ompany. lie accompanied
Hperlntendenl Waters while be was
Khtlng fires aftor July 88, 1904, und
Islstsd him fn bis efforts. His evi-
COntalned nothing new. He told
��f the extent of tbe fires and the gen-
efforts lo cam bat them.
Edward Pee, now a randier of Red
er, was formerly a teamster for
: Klk Lumber company. His mentor the circumstances preceding
subsequent to the big fires of
.', 1904, was not very distinct. Un-
ciiiss-exainininiim by W. A. Mac*
kuld he said he had html Iy thougbt
���be affair since.
JichacI   Berigan,    blacksmith,    em-
ed  by  the Fernie    Lumber    coin-
.', said he was not in  the district
en the fires of July, 1904, occurred;
id noi return to work until Mon*
Augusl   1.    lie was then sent to
[west hank of Fairy Creek and took
in the attempts to limit the rav-
Ps of the fire.    Everything was very
The ground was    covered    with
idlng timber.    The bush was thick
a  large area of it  seemed to be
fire.   A strong wind sprang Up and
gave up his attempts.
���Cross-examined by Mr, Bodwell, he
puld   not remember ever  seeing   fire
the  West   Fernie  townsite  during
summer iu questiou.    He did uot
>w whether there wus Umber on the
fwnsite or not, nor whether It was
barred by burning.    He did not know
���at  there were  burnt stumps on  the
���le now. """"
Kile lordship���Possibly a view of the
found  later would help.
lAir. Davis���1 don'l nunk thai will do
\\i good.
Hodwell - 1 don't Ihlnk il will do
learned friend any good, but we
111 It very much and will certainly
���gest It after the evidence Is all lu.
_k was practically agreed by bis
Bslifp lhal the Jury sliould view the
Mr. Davis suggest.
of Ih
hat the trip bo taken on Friday.
turd ay ami Sunday, bul his lordBhfp
DUghl   he also should  go, and those
Eos would not suit, as tlie Uruce as-
Jlt  ease lias  lieen fixed  for  Frldav.
ie date was therefore uot fixed.
pValler   8.   Itosworth,   now   of  Colo-
n, testified as lo the damage done
the fires to lhe roads of the Fer*
Lumber company.    Both, their ng-
gale length being iwo miles, bad to
graded  again  after  Ihe  fires.    He
Id not know exactly when    the   two
nips, No. 1 and No. 2, of the Fernie
iinber company were burned out, but
assumed that  was during lho fires
question.    Of No. 2 he was sure it
'ns destroyed at that time.
The camp   buildings, skidways   and
ber contents were all iu good repair
the lime of the fire.    The witness
d taken an inventory of all in Feh-
Jiry,   1004, nud  given it  to Mr.  Rol-
it.    The camps wero, of course, not
use during ihe summer.
The witness then Identified his in-
Utory and rend it out. The inventory
as (hen entered as an exhibit.
Cross-examined by Mr. Macdonald,
��� said he was not nn experienced
iimberman. Ills data applied only to
tump No. 2, which wns abandoned only
r lho senson;    tools   were still kept
there. There was still standing tlmher around It.
Mr. Macdonald ��� The surveyor
-brought here by lho plaintiffs has already described this land as logged
He was not Biire whether everything
mentioned in the Inventory, or any of
It, was in the camp at tlie time of tbe
Mr. Macdonald derived some amusement, for court nud Jury from the list
of goods, which included pumpkin pie
urn! eh'ose. Mr. Davis explained that
no claim was made for provisions.
IO. Daymen!, mill hand for the Ferule Lumber company, who was a bush
foreman In the summer of 1904, was
at the mill In July of that year. He
did not think the area wn�� logged
out. At his camp many logs wore
Cross-examined by Mr. Bodwell, he
could not give the number or measurements of such logs. He kept a dally
record, hut hadn't It now. He thought
there were bei ween 0000 and 10,000
logs, chiefly Bprucp, with a little
cedar; the average length was 14 to
HI feet. Since 1004 some trees were
left on account of having been burned.
Pressed, however, he declined to swear
to a single Instance. He could not
compare ibe logs iu question with
those on the neighboring limits. He
had no idea how many logs went to
LOOO feet.
Mr. liodwell-Are you still u bush
Mr. Hodwell���What are you?
WMn**HK���Common   laborer.
The court���At equal or lower wages?
Mr. Bodwell���That seems reason*
The court, then roRe until 2:30.
On resuming in the afternoon, T.
Bouiton was called. He was clerk nt
the mill and kept a record of the logs
drawn to the mill. He knew nothing
of the dimensions, He corroborated
DaymenVs statement fixing the mini*
;ber of logs so drawn at 881.
Max McFarland, employed as scaler
for the Fernie Lumber company in
liiOl and still so employed, gave the
number of logs as !(N07, and Dovlo
measurement as 794,816 feet. He had
his book for the figures. Ordinary
mill measurement would give about
one-third more.
Some time was spent identifying the
camps marked No. 1 aud No. 2 ou tho
map as Taylor's and  Dayment's.
In addition to the 9807 logs tbero
were !)S marked culls by the witness.
Mr. Macdonald then began his cross*
Priest Advises Members of His Flock
of Their Error.
Calgary, Alta., Oct. 8.���Uev. Father
Leinarchand at low mass yesierday
morning took occasion to refer to tho
order of Elks, a branch of which was
formed In Calgary last week. He regretted that some of his parishioners
had joined the society, probably forgetting that they would be condemned
by the church. Referring also to tlie
order of Eagles, Which, though not
condemned by the church yet, he said
no doubt would be in n short time.
The elections to the first medical
council of ihe College of Physicians
and Surgeons have resulted as follows: Dr. Itartbwaite, Edmonton; Dr,
liotson, Strathcona; Dr. Simpson, La-
combe; Dr. Ilrett, Banff; Dr. Lafferty,
Calgary, Dr. Kennedy, Macleod, and
Dr. Newburg, Lethbrldge elected.
Indications are that there will bo
un overflow meeting in Medicint Hnt
next week to form a professional baseball league for the Middle West. Favorable answers hnve been received
from Helena, Oreal Falls, Knllspcli,
Letbbridge, Medicine Hal. Moose Jaw,
Regina, Saskatoon, Ermontou. Wei as-
klwin, Red Deer, Strathcona and Calgary.
Devil and Deep Sea.
New York, Oct. a.���a Boston despatch to the Herald says that, afler
being -tossed about all night ou au old
frail metallic life ran by a high and
heavy sen. encountering a squall and
being rapidly swept out  through  Uie
ouler harbor by a fast receding Ilde,
Charles Jones of Scotland and Herbert
Jensen of Boston*, escaped prisoners
from Deer Island, were abandoning all
hope of seeing land again when Ihey
were picked up yesterday afternoon
four miles from Qravesend lightship
by Captain Watson S. Dolllver of lhe
pilot boat Louise, who happened to bo
In tho outer harbor ou the lookout for
incoming vessels. That lhe two escaped prisoners were discovered was
purely good fortune, as both wero
practically exhausted and unable to do
anything to attradt the   uiiention   of
passing craft.
Cheapest In History.
Now York, Oct, 8.���A llavnnn despatch lo the Sun says (hat observations made in an automobile trip covering a great part of Havana province,
where much fighting wns done, convinced lhe oorrespondenl of that newspaper that the countryside was amazingly Utile damaged hy tbe insurrection. There are no burned houses or
stables, no ruined crops or devastated
Holds to mnrk llie I race of the contending forces,    lu   fact,  mil ward   ap
pearances show few (races of the
deadly combat. Everywhere farmers
returned to their fields. The correspondent saw many bullock teams
ploughing and laborers at their accustomed (asks. Ou all sides the people
are returning to their usual labor.
There seems to ho no doubt thai In
this respect It was the cheapest revolution In  West  Indian history.
Questions to Be   Discussed at Ottawa
Ottawa, Oct. 8.���Much Interest at-
I aches to the conference begun here
today by the provincial premiers and
representatives of tbe Federal government. The conference is holding its
sittings in tbe railway commitlee room
of llie senate, where the representatives of the several provinces wero
formally greeted at tho opening oday
hy Sir Wilfrid Laurier on behalf of Ihe
While tlie Invitation lo the conference mentions only rearrangement or
the provincial subsidies as a matter
for discussion, there is nothing to prevent other subjects from being brought,
forward. There Is considerable spee-
ulalfou as to what will be included in
the list of other questions to be considered. Among those most likely lo
receive allenlion Is the question of
agreeing to make no further reductions In the representation of Prince
Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New
Brunswick. Then there Is tbo question of apportioning the section of the
Northwest Territory about Hudson
and James bays between Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, ho as to give
each of these provinces access to salt
Then; Is also the question of jurisdiction of the fisheries and tbo action
of Prince Edward Island and Quebec
in taxing commercial travellers from
other provinces nnd countries. The
preservation or Niagara falls and the
regulation by tlie province or Ontario
or companies incorporated and given
authority by the Dominion to do business .throughout Canada are two other
matters which nre likely to be discussed.
Excerpt From Report of Court Proceedings at Victoria.
Jones vs. Hlakemore.���This was,
shortly, an action claiming 110,000
damages tor libel. The defendant, who
conducts a hebdomadal journal called
Tlie Week, published an article commenting severely on a certain proprietary medicine which was represented
to the public as a certain cure for cancer. Tile local repreb_ntative of the
Company owning the medicine took action, claiming as above stated, und
the case came down to (rial. Defendant conducted his own case. Mr. Robertson uppeured for plaintlfr.
His lordship dismissed the action
with costs, holding that plaintlfr ou
his own evidence had railed to prove
(bat Iiis medicine had cured any case
oi' cancer, and lie had not brought forward any other evidence to that effect.
Lynched Wrong Man.
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 8.-A special
to the Journal from Little Hock says:
"Blackburn, the negro taken from ja.l
by a moli at ArgentiK Ark., last night
and lynched, is not believed lo have
been tbe man wauled. Fully 800 negroes descried their homes In Argeti-
ta and came to Little Itock to spend
the night. The leaders stale thai they
were afraid to remain in Argenta for
fear of another outbreak  by  whites,
Recovers Broken Neck.
New York, Oct. S.���- Lawrence Clllder*
sleeve, u young man fnnn Huntington, I,. I., whose neck was broken In
a football scrimmage four yeurs ago,
bas jusl beeu made attendance officer
of (he UuntingtOD school, lie entered upon bis duties last year* Gilder-
sleeve was nn athlete before his n-ccf-
denl and fs now able to participate In
all the spoils he once look part hi.
Rescued Seven Persons.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 8.���Tho general superintendent of Ihe life service
has received llie following telegram
from Ihe kee|tor of Ihe Charlotte life-
saving Station: "Barge Waller Sherman ashore on Sodus Point, Lake Ontario. N. Y., 32 miles from this sin-
lion. Went with special (rain and res
cued seven persons."
Cease Paying Rents.
Smolensk, Oct. s.���The peasants of
Moikbln al a greal meellng held yesterday resolved lo cease paying rents
to proprietors of the laml and also
adopted olher resolutions of a like nil
Fair Audience to Hear
the Orators
Kingsley and Hawthornethwaite Star
on Economic Problems of
the Day.
There were 88 people present at the
Socialist meeting I * * - *. I in Fraternity
hall lust evening. The audience com-
prised friend- uf the Sociullst party,
pssople ctiriotiB to leant and others
who expected to hear a clearly defined
exposition of Socialistic theories. The
latter were not disappointed, for the
speakers were emphatic in their pronouncements on the theories of So*
Clallam. ,
On the platform were J. H. Haw-
thormhwafte, leader of the parliamentary wing of the party in the legislative assembly; Mr. E. T. Kingsley,
editor of the Western Clarion; Mr. A.
W. iiarroil. president of the local Socialist union; Mr. J. Cartwright of
Nanaimo, and Mr. \V. II, Moore of
Pernio. Mr. ilarrod occupied tlie chair
and with the briefest Introduction
possible called the names of tlie ver-
Ions siieakers,
Mr. Cartwright was the first to take
Ihe floor and he did so as "a plain
working man, not aa a sky pilot, lawyer, doclor, or any member of the
non-producing class." He went back
to the days of chattel slavery and attempted to argue thut the present
wage system Ib the same thing under
another name, blaming the working
man for voting for the continuation of
a system which tliey do not want and
asking them to open their eyes and
see to it that their votes and power
arc used to discontinue the system at
once. He did not blame the capitalist, as under the present system. If it
were possible for him to be one he
would be a capitalist himself. He
said: "No man Is free who has to ask
another man for the privilege of working," and further, that thc Socialist
should vote for a syBtem under which
commodities would become things for
use and not for sale.
Mr. Moore spoke next. He briefly
referred to the strike among the miners nt Fernie, asiitl said it might become so serious n matter as to include
alt adjoining communities.
In arguing for the principles of Socialism he said that man by simply
using his powers of observation, without any study of Socialistic books at
all could come to the conclusion that
Socialism Is the ouly way to effect the
revolutions in society necessary for
the good of all.
Mr. Hawtliornthwaite was greeted
wiih a storm of applause, lie referred
to the modesty wiih which the previous speakers had expressed themselves. It made him feel almost like
apologizing for ills very existence. He
criticized llie excessive reticence of
(he "class," and said Ihnt (tie congress
now meeting iu Nelson would soon
dominate feeling nil over the world.
Me hnd said some strung things about
systems before and would again.
Speaking of Miurehes lie said "If every church wore wiped ofr the face of
lhe earth, if every religious Institution
wei,- gone out of existence, then all
fraud, hypocrisy and double dealing
woulil be wlps'sl oul." (There was loud
applause at  these remarks.)
lie referred lo the visit of "his excellency���yes, his excellency," and
the reported fuss that was made about
the same, but be said the time would
como when Nelson would be far famed
from the fact that this Is the second
city lu the province to ho honored
with a visit of the congress of Siclal-
Speaking of tin proent system '<f
capitalistic production, ho said, "It
spells nothing hut degradation and
misery, nnd Socialism stunds for the
stoppage of this Iniquitous system. In
Id ur 11 years at must the capitalistic
system would he stipplunted by Sucinl-
fsm. Yuu will live to see it, I nm
sure." Tho emancipation of the working classes must lie brought about hy
themselves, He feared compromise,
which Is now being offered by tho opposing class. If the workers did not
bring nboul the reforms which they desired they have no one to blame hut
themselves. Referring to Comrade
Kingsley, who was to ,'ullnw hlm. ho
called hlm "the greatest authority on
economic questions on the whole continent."    (Loud applause.)
The pulpit aud  trades unions could
no longer fake the working man by
saying that his interest art) in common with those of the capitalistic
ciasss. There Is an irreconcilable conflict between the two. He made a reference to the unfortunate com Itlo-t
existing at Fernie, touched in in hy
Mr. Moure, and said he understood
lhat the men were being driven from
their employment, their homes and
their  adopted  country.
Mr. Kingsley was then called on and
caught the crowd at once by reproving
the people who "snea-ked In aud took
thc hindmost seals." He said that he
was accused of having a "nasty
tongue," and the charge was true, but
he had acquired It while working for
wages and he Intended to keep on using it as long as the wage system
It Is Impossible to report Mr. Kings-
ley's speech unless it is reported ver-
hutiin. He Is a pleasing and forceful
orator, knowing and using all the
tricks of the platform; deep and philosophical In his reasoning, though not
always convincing, but always shooting over the heads of the very people
who need most to understand Ihe theories he propounds. Here are a few
sentences which will show the drift
of his argument. "Underneath the
mask of wages lies the same slavery
that underlaid the feudal systems."
"The masters of Ihe means of wealth
production are as cruel today as any
ever were when men were actual
lie defined capital by the Illustration of a large factory, wllh machinery In perfect trim, but with no men
to operate It. Consequently. It was
useless. Just as soon as men would
begin to work, however, it began to be
a wealth-producing center of Industry.
"Whose would be the cloth that came
forth from Ub looms?" he asked. Undoubtedly the men who operated the
machines, yet the capitalist took the
profits for himself. Calculating this
profit at *1 a dny for 1000 men, he
said the profit represented "the reward fnr the thrift and Industrv of the
man who didn't do a blasted thing."
At this stage many of the audience
were weary and retired from the
J. E. Annable and J. Hyslop Describe
New Westminster Fair.
J. E. Annable, John Hyslop and
James McPhee have returned from
the New Westminster fair. All speak
highly ln praise of It,
Of the exhibition generally Mr. Annable says: "The displays of fruit,
vegetables, farm and dairy produce,
poultry, live stock, were splendid, as
also were the art exhibits and manufacturers' displays.
"There was little attempt at out-
Bide attractions, less than we make
here, and far less than at Spokane.
So far as I know there were only balloon ascensions, lacrosse matches and
an Indian canoe race."
Of the fruit exhibits Mr. Hyslop
says: "We were easily first. Okan-
a<?a'i was away behind and the coast
_o.vb.ere. There was some very fine
tr-lt frenZ Kamloops and Lytton.
"Ws \. re low on the district list,
of c ur:s<\ because there were many
departments, such ae dairy produce,
ln which we couldn't attempt lo compote."
Championship Baseball.
Chicago, Oct. 8.���Preliminary to the
world's championship baseball games,
which begin here today, members of
the National commission, members of
llie Chicago National and American
league teams, the umpires and others
directly concerned met here today.
Rules governing the series and the importance of preserving decorum on the
field were among the matters tluir-
otighly discussed. The advance sale
uf seats makes It a fnregone conclusion that a record-breaking crowd will
be present when play is begun In the
National loug.'o park at -.45 p. m. tomorrow. Anticipating that thousands
must lie turned away from the gates
local newspapers nave leased several
uf the large halls In the city, where
those disappulnied at the park may receive by wire prompt reports of every
play made.
On the Galf Links.
West Newlon, Mass., Oct. 8.���On the
links of tlie Hradburn County Golf
club today tho qualifying round of tho
world's gulf champinnshlp wns begun
by 70 players. The weather was clear
nnd I'ssol and conditions favorable for
good snores, It was arranged to send
the contestants off In pairs fur an 18-
hole medal play contest, the best 32
scores of the dny to qualify for tho
first round of mutch play tomorrow.
Baptist Missions in B. C.
There waa a meeting of the Hupllst
missionary board of Itritish Columbia
held nt New Westminster last Friday
to consider nnd definitely settle the
question of the appointment of a missionary evangelist for the provincial
work. Numerous applications were
presented for the position, but the recommendation of the Kootenay branch
of.the association was adupled, which
plaees Rev. C.  I'ndley In the field as
permanent missionary evangelist. The
arrangement Involves that Mr. Pad-
ley will set ns pulpit supply for other
ministers who exchange pulpits In the
Interests of evangelistic work, and
the plan Is to hold co-operative evangelistic meetings. This will no doubt
work out grently to tho advantage of
the denomination taking such aggressive measures.
Life Insurance Company    Investigates
Mysterious Death.
Toms River. N. J., Oct. 8.���Tbe trial
of Dr. Frank itrouwer, charged with
the murder of his wife, is on the court
calendar here today. Mrs. Itrouwer
died In September, 1006, after an Illness which was diagnosed at first by
her husband as cholera morbus. Two
trained nurses called to attend her declared themselves dissatisfied with
the treatment administered by Dr.
Itrouwer and withdrew from the case.
Another nurse was employed and Dr.
H. II. Cute was called in consultation.
Dr. Cate retired from the case but
later signed the death certificate setting forth that Mra. Brouwer died of
('right's disease.
Soon after the funeral rumors began
to spread that there was something
suspicious about Mrs. Brouwer's death.
The fact that the nurses first employ'
ed bad left and Dr. Cate's retirement
from the case after he had been called aroused much suspicion and was
commented upon, and It was also said
that there had been quarrels between
Dr. Itrouwer and his wife over the administration of her parents's estate.
It waB also rumored that Mrs.
itrouwer had been Jealous of one of
the doctor's woman patients and that
this had caused a disagreement between the couple.
Frevonlnn E. Hyer of Long Beach, a
brother of the dead woman, heard of
these reports and finally began on Investigation. The Metropolitan Life insurance company, In which Mrs.
Brouwer was Insured for $1000 in favor of her husband, refused to pay tbe
policy and also began an inquiry as a
result of these investigations.
To Simplify Rate Tariffs.
Washington, D. C, Oct 8.���The Interstate commerce commission today
began a hearing to construct rules for
the simplification of rate tariffs. Eight
propositions are involved in the contemplated action of the commission,
and they include the filing of joint
tariffs by the initial line, the printing of
the schedules of each initial line as an
independent document, the filing with
the commission by participating lines
of general authority to the initial line
In their behalf of all tariffs or all Joint
tariffs of a special kind, the separation
of class and commodity rates, ln filing
of a detailed Index showing all commodity rates In effect, so that such
commodity can be easily located, limiting any tariff to five supplements
and any classification to 10 supplements, the entire classification or tariff to be reprinted where there Is any
excess; the observance of a uniform
order ln the compilation of rales; the
proper specification in the tariff of the
Initial line of all terminal charges;
the absorption of switching or terminal charges where it affects the total cost to the shipper shall be stated
upon tlie tariff.
"Publicity" Show Opens.
Chicago, III., Oct. 8.���Larger and
more representative than the Intllal
show held last year is the Becond annual advertising show which opened in
the Coliseum today, to continue
through the week. As Its name Indicates, the exhibition fs devoted to a
display of all kinds of advertising devices and mthods calculated to attract
business. The exhibitors this year Include British, Gorman and French
houses, ns well us all th lading Amr-
ican firms.
Crew Implicated In Wreck.
Paris, Oct. 8.���The Echo de Paris today published a despatch from Carta,
genu, Spain, announcing that a sensation has been caused there by the discovery that the strong box of the Italian steamer Sirclo, wrecked in August
Inst nn Romlgns island, with the loss
of about 1500 lives, although found to
be hermetically seated, was empty,
raising the presumption that the crew
had complicity In tho wreck.
Three Terrorists Hanged.
Warsaw,    Oct.    8.���Three terrorists
were hanged hero today after having
been  sentenced to dealh  by a drumhead court martial.
It generally makes a man mad to
have people compliment hlm upon the
success and then add that they cannot  understand lt.
Hydraulic Machinery at
C. P. R. Station
Good Progress Being Hade���J. T.
Griffin's Views on Enterprise
and Its Benefits to Kelson.
After many tantalising, premature
reports Mayor Gillett has at least seen
with bis own eyes the machinery for
the city power plant. It is all at the
C. P. R. station today, occupying three
cars, awaiting shipment to- the power
plant site, about which there need be
no delay at all.
The preparatory work Is already
nearly completed. H. C. Bullis bas
made good progress with the electrical
installation and J. Nexas haa his
equipment practically-complete for the
hydraulic Installation.
The site was visited this morning
by a party consisting of Mayor Gillett,
Aldermen J. Fred Hume, W. A. Galll-
lier, M. P., and J. Y. Griffin or Winuipeg.
Mayor Gillett on his return expressed gratification tbat the end of the
long deferred task is now in sight,
and Ib satisfied that all possible expedition in its completion will be secured by the officials of the Allls-Cbal-
mers-Hullock company.
Mr. Griffin, seen this afternoon,
suid: "Yes, I had the privilege of visiting the city power plant this morning. It Is a splendid work and the
city has every reason to be proud of
"We, I suppose, will have to do our
share towards paying for It, but we
shall consider it a privilege to do so.
"It means ai great deal to the city.
It means commercial and industrial Independence at once."
Descriptive Treatise by Mrs. Henshaw
Received at Public Library.
The book of the week at the public
library is "Mountain Wild Flowers of
Canada," by Mrs. Henshaw of Vancouver.
This book was to have been published In the spring and, being the
first written on British Columbia wild
flowers, It has been anxiously awaited hy all lovers bt nature.
Mrs. Henshaw has spent three
years preparing It, and has taken a
great many photographs. The book is
profusely Illustrated.
Young Negro Shot.
Psdalch, Oct. 8.���Eugene Jones, a
young negro, was shot to death yesterday near Vickersburg, Livingston
county, by John Scott, a farmer of
that section. Jones brutally assaulted
a young daughter of Scott's and was
chased down by a crowd and killed.
Scott Is not likely to be molested, as
the sympathy of the people Is with
him. In the past two months two
other negroes were lynched In Livingston county for assaulting women. It
is declared an Illicit distillery In the
locality is the principal cause of the
Disarmament la Complete.
Havana, Oct. 8.���The cruiser Brooklyn lodny landed .150 marines who
went to Camp Columbia. The battleships Kentucky and Indiana will sail
tms afternoon for New England waters. No further reports of trouble In
any part of the Island has been received. The disarming of Insurgents bad
quoted matters. News of further trouble In any part of tbe Islands haa not
been received. Disarming of the Insurgents Is complete, with the exception of small Isolated bands, who will
be disarmed by the rural guards.
Storm Warnings.
Washington, D. C,   Oct.   8.���Storm
warnings nre displayed on the Great
Lukes today.
Tho Colonel���"I fancy your wife lost
her temper today." Smltth -**Not a
bit of It. She has an Inexhaustible
Even the absent-minded man seldom
forgets his troubles. The Daily Canadian
���== STORES =
Cool nights are now in order.     They will invite
pleasant dreams of
We have plenty of them in red and blue.
3 1-2 Points, weighing about 10 pounds, $7.50 per pair
4 Points, weighing abou; 12 pounds,   -   8.50 per pair
ThoPc blanket* are Justly celebrated for their excellence. We alone carry
ihem In this city.
the merits or demerits of Lowery's
Claim, as a newspaper man he certainly excels. He was in Sandon last
week and has this to say of that Interesting  town:
"We assayed Sandon the other day
and found a trace of old times, six
highball factories, a chicken dinner
and a few of the best fellows on earth.
Hole cards and blackjacks have almost
faded out of lhe formation, and the
city is so moral that even lhe parsons
Complain of the hard times. Hope waa
much in evidence, for in the hills
around the camp millions of dollars'
worth of ore is waiting for a ride to
the snn Uer. Although rich, ii cannot
LUMBERMEN.���Plllowi, Comforters, Gloves and Mits, Socks, Shirts and
Underclothing, Oil Clothing, Sweaters, Miners' and prospectors' Boots
and Shoes and Rubbsit.. Groceries and Provisions.. Everything of the
Best quality and  prices surprisingly Low.
l'nblh-hed 111 dayi. a week by tbe
Baker St.. Nelson, B.C.
Mr. Whitney's Policy.
Mi. Whitney baa noi minced words
in explaining the position of the government In reference to election scandals. After posiilvely nssoillng that
the government was not pUlfi-ig toft
and loose in this London cas,, he aald:
"In future, let it be clearly understood
that there is no intention to wink at
allegations of crooked ti <&*., be they
Liberal or Conservative. All will
share alike.' This is a manly,
straightforward declaration of policy."
���Toronto News  (Iud\).
Notice l.i hereby given Hint sixty -lays after
date I intend to Apply to tin* Bon. GhJaf Com*
minloner uf Land*  and   Works  for  permission
to purohaae the following deaorlbed landi sit-
uate in West Kootenay District, Commencing
at a iK)st marked "A. Blraob'i B, EC. Corner"
planted Ht   thfl B. W. corner of  Lot  878, about 7
miles north of Burton Oity and abont % of a
mile  west nf  thi; Columbia  rh.r, theuee norlh
Ni chains; thence we-t 111 chnins    thence soutli
SU chains; thence BBSt 10 chains to point of commencement, containing B30 acres.
Daied this llth day of September. !��.��.
A. Hiii.**.* ll,
Per lUmi hlvu, Agent.
given that 60 da;
the Hon. Cbfej t
ks for  periiij-.Hio!
crlbed   lauds, siiuat
tei  Lake,  about  one
oi  Bdgewood, B, c,
' i application to j
i�� pure)
Threw Two Bombs.
Kasan, Russia, Oct. 8.���Two bombs
were thrown today at Vice Admiral
Kohete, hut he was only slightly Injured. The would-be assassin made
his escape.
Notice Is hereb
Intend to Hpply
of Landi uud Wi
the  following d
Eaat ihore of U
half   mile   South   of   BdgCWOOd,   B.C. ami  ad
joining J.T. Beattle'i ap|.iicaiioii to purohaae,
tuul commencing ��i �� poil marked Donald wil
solid south wesi comer, thence running Nurth
siiiy cbalni,thanoe Ka��i forty cbalni. tbenee
South, sixty chains, theuce West  forty Ohalni to
place of oommencement. and oontainlng 840
acres more or less.
Donald Wilson,
m. k. M("_ic.*khie, Agent.
Dated this _��th day iii Beptember. i����.
Notice is herebv Klven that Mxty days rmin date
llntend io appiv to Dm* lion Chief Commlaaioner
of Lands and Works for parmlulOO to purchase
the following deacrlbed lands, starting at a post
planted on the North We.-t comer of lAdHffl,
tbenoe running twentv ohalni south, theme
twenty chaini weat, ihence forty obalm Norih
theuce twenty ehalns Kasi, thence twenty chains
south to point of commencementi and contain"
ing 80 acres more or less.
FLOHKNi K Bisskll,
w. j, rove, Agent.
Dated the 1st day of October, 1900,
Notiee ti bereby given that B0 days trom date I
Intend toapply to the Honorable the Chief Coin-
mlssloner of Lands and Work-*, lor permission to
purchase the following described lauds, situate
In tne dlatrlct ol West Rootenay,adjoining Lot
790on the west arm oi  Kootenay lake, eummeti-
olngal ibe initial post placed at tbeiouthweet
eorner of Lol Tiki, tnence in
weat 20 ehalna  theuce tt
east 'ki chalm lu I"'lnt of (K ��� -	
Dated Aug. Win, loud, JAJUta Pbasib
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New Stock of
Fancy Work Just
A splendid collection
of Stamped Linen.
All new designs and
BM our Oorlitsulli Cushion Top, Willi front uud bucks; ii
���katni ol Oiiriiei'lii Roman Flow sllkn; honk of lostrootioni
wiili oiicli od-blon cover dwlgnofhowto work, oompieto for 50c.
SOCIETY   CUSHION   TOPS f.u  1   O  (). F., Muwinlc, K, of P.
Conunordal Trnvellor, Daughtori of Rebec.-.;
mulch;   nlnss   frills.   Stamping ilonc.
cimhion oordi in
, then0.
. thenei
Subscription rates, 50 cents | month delivered
in ihe citv, or $...00 a year If sent by mall- when
P��i'I in advance
AilvertlBinn rater, on application.
All monies paid  in   settlement ol   The Daily
Canadian accounts, either for Rubacriptlons or
mivi riuniR, mint be receipted for on the printed
forma of tlie Company.   Other r
���elpls are not
(icioMii. m, iy<>r>.
������ By one word we are aometimea lodged to be
wise and by one word sometime* Judged to be
foolish.   I*t us therefore  be care nil  wttai we
There are at present two daily papers fu the city of Nelson cordially endorsing the leadership of Hon. R, I-.-
Borden, the Conservative party's Canadian lund. The morning paper, in
singular consistency with iis political
eareer hastens to publish Borden's denial of any complicity wiih Foster,
Fowler et al. in the allegedly improper exploitation of some lands, and
compliments Borden on the cleanness
of his hands. ,
Yesterday morning however, It
quotes from the Toronto Telegram
and asks why Horden Is not more careful in the selection ol the material
from which his party is constructed,
thus endeavoring to entirely ii'iiiri.'j/.e
the value t?> of its editorial utterances.
It must be apparent to even the
most casual reader that Mr. Horden,
not being the leader of a government
���only that of an opposition party���
has not the same facilities for picking
and choosing who shall be members of
his party as he would have it if he
were premier.
The whole question, from a p illttcal
standpoint, can be easily answawd by
asking why does not Sir Wilfrid Lau*
rier take more care In selecting muse
who are his most intimate advisers in
the cabinet ami In the parly affairs':
We have iu the Laurier cabinet Hun.
VV. S. Fielding, recently unsealed for
corrupt practices on the part ot election agents. At the same time his reseating is being delayed by the courts
because he is himself to answer por-
sonal charges of corruption and illegality in connection with his election.
While Mr. Fielding is riding the gridiron on these questions, Hon. C S. Hy-
maii, also a member of the Laurler
cabinet is being attacked for corrupt
practices in his election of 190. and
from the reading of the evidence, us
for us it has been submitted, there
IfOUld appear little doubt as to the re-
unless the courts should prove
^obedient tu ihe behests of pai ly Interests.
Singularly both Fielding aud Hyman
have evaded Btralght questions and
have refused to divulge Information
necessary to the COndUCl ol the case
in each instance.
There is no necessary lUggeStl >n of
immorality in thus suppressing Information but there is an unioiinnate disposition on the part of Hie public to
suspect that where a man evades and
shuffles he knows sonic things wblcli
Ought to be told in the into.est of the
public Be that as it may, and time
will tell whether it is as it appears
or otherwise, the gibe hurled at Mr.
��� Horden for not selecting other material with which to surround himself Is
like one of those schoolboy acts of
foolish defiance when he Is apparently
ignorant of the fact that the other side
carries the big stick.
Neither Mr. Foster nor Mr. Fowler
baa ever been indicted with charges
of  corruption   iu  their election   meth
ods and as to the morality of their
acts as private business men the
Courts have yet   to  pronounce.
The comment of the Slocan Mining
Review anent the editorial faculties of
the Daily Xews are perhaps not so
far out.
And   now  comes a howl    from    the
Liberal press because the government
is making money by issuing timber licenses.     The   Daily   Xews,   of   course,
ever ready to adopt any feature which
is  likely  to  create  a   rupture,  whines
the loudest.    Yet a glance at  its columns will be sufficient to prove that
the timber boom    is causing    dollars
and dimes to flow into 'its coffers. Do
they  want  the  government  to   revoke
an act which, as  it happens,  is now
the means of putting money  into tbe
treasury?   Their contention ls that licenses  are  issued   indiscriminately  to
Speculators.    Supposing  the strict letter of the law "to cut aud carry away
timber" were enforced, it would be a
very short time before    the   province
would be depleted of its timber and a
big asset lost.    We believe, under existing  circumstances,   this speculation
is good, good  for    the    province and
good for the people, for thousands of
square mites  of  limber  lands   will   be
siaketl and licenses regularly renewed
thereon,  and  not  a   stick   will  be  cut
on most of them fur the next 12 years.
If the licenses are allowed to expire,
(he timber is again owned by the province.     If  the   licenses  are   kept   alive
for a few years,   the   revenue to   the
country   Will   be Immense.      No;     the
shortsighted policy of Editor Deane is
lou shallow.    He is producing a newspaper  which  is a   credit  tu the  Koot-
eniy country, but when he dabbles in
politics he appears   to lose   grip   of
himself.���Slocan .Mining Review.
One of the most pleasing as well as
most touchink evidences of the existence of the Christian spirit between
churches and coming from a quarter
where, according to theological traditions, such things should be last looked  for, is reported  from  Sandon.
The Methodist minister at Sandon
recently returned to his appointment
plus a bride and an enthusiastic welcome was prepared by the people of
Sandon for the event. Among those
who look pari in the welcome exercises was a newspaper man, tbe enterprising editor of lhe Slocan Mining
Review. The striking feature of the
performance is reported in the Review
as follows: "Rev. Father D. Jeunnolte
then said he was called upon to fulfill
a mosl pleasing duty, which consisted
of presenting to the bride and bridegroom a small token of great regard
from Ihe Catholics of Sandon. He
lrusted Cod would bless their union,
and Ihey would enjoy a long and pros*
parous life. The presentation consisted of a handsome ease of cutlery and
a cut glass salad bowl."
The only comment that appears
necessary on such an occasion is that
made once before���some thousands of
years ago we believe���when a man
who must have seen something like
said: "Behold how good and pleasant
a thing it is to see brethren dwelling
together In unity."
Modern  Methods,
"is your    milkman    reliable?"
indeed!    Why   I hear   he   even
lizes lhe water befoore be adulterates
the milk."
Llttle acts of kindness always come
home to roost.
For Everything Good
to Smoke.
Imported and Domestic Cigars. Tobaccos.
Do You Know Thurnun's Special Mixture?
Kotlce is hereby riven that tw dayi fr.un date I
tend to Hpply t<> tbe Hoi      "  "
laeloner of Lauds ami
to pur.hait- thc followiii*
for permission
lescribed  '
io purcnait* tne loiiowing deaeribed landi situate iu Weet Kootonay Dlitrlet:  Oommenelng
at a pout marked '*��� h. Stewart's N  W. cornor
pott," situated near the Junction of Loot ereek
and South Kork of Salmon, tbence south 40
obaltlt, moro or less; thenco oast fwi chaini;
thenc* north 40 chains, more or loss;   thenco
west ho chains to point of eommeucement.
Balmo* Auguit nth, 1006.
T. Hi Atkinson, Agent,
Notice Ib bereby given that 60 days nft_i .late 1
intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Coin-
mlutoner of Landl and Worki to purchaie the
following denrlbed landi, 830 acres, moro or lea;
oommenelng at a post planted ou the weat hank
of I'pper Arrow lake at a point about 7 miles below Nakusp, and marked Q. A, H. II., N B. oorner
post; thenee *> chains went; thence -to cbalni
���oath] ihence ��0 chaini* east, more or leu to lake
ihore] thonce alung lake shore to point of be-
Notice is herebv given that 80 ilavs aftor dale
I iniend. to apply to Ilu* Honorable thc Chief
Commissioner ut Lands and Works for permission to purchase thc following deaorlbed lands,
situate in ibe West Kootenay district: Commenolng at a post marked "A. Turner*! N- VV. coiner
poll," situated  al  the N\ K. corner of land ftp*
piled for by B. Stewart, tbenee aonth 40 ohalnii
more or lesi.; thence ohm soi-halns: thence north
10 ohalni, more or leu; tbenoe west 80 ohalni to
point ot commencement
Balmo, B. C, Auguil 11 ii��6.        A. Ttnaout,
t ii atkissiin, Agent.
intond t.
is si on i
is hereby given that W davs after dale I
i apply to tin* Honorable thi OhlefCom-
r nl l-tinds and   Works for permlnion to
porehaie tbe following described   laud   in  West
Kootenav District about seven mllei south of
Hurton    ... .
tho oasi Iih Ii k of
W   11.   llHiiiilli.i
north si) chains;
Dated thtiSthdavof Sent., 1006,
n .A.B .Hall
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries.
Bntter, Eggs.
Camp and Miuera' Supplies.
00dayi afterdate I Intend to Hpply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Latml and
Works, Victoria, B. C , to purchase 640 aeres of
land situate wesl of Arrow lake on the well si.le
of whalehan ereek and Joining the north bound*
ary of s. j. Annable application to purchase.
Commencing at a post marked H. J. K. ri. K. corner and running wes* HO chains; thenco north sti
chains; thenoe eait 80 chains; thence lontb to
poim of oommeneement
Beptember -ind iisjg. li J. Elliot,
Notice is Hereby given thai B0 day* after date I
iniend to apply to the Honorale Chief Commissioner of I * mis and Works for permission to purchase lhe following descrlbeil lands, slluate in
the West Kootenay district; starting from a post
planted at the N. B. corner of V. W, Robinaon'l
Application to purchase, thenco-ll) chains oast,
Hi) chains south, Al chains west, ki chains norih,
40 chains west, kt chains north, 20 chains east, 40
OhilUI north to polntof commencement,containing 1(>0 acres.
Dated 18th day of August, 1906
D. C. E. Boko-son.
per Ebxbr W . ROBIVflOlf, Agent.
mencing at a post planted on
-nek and marked Mrs.
'. c. I'ufct Mi'l niiinliiK
east MO chains;  thcuee
.   west HO ehalns to place
f beginniUK, oontainlng M0aerea. moreor leas.
Dated thll WUd dav of AUgtUt. UOB.
Une. W. II, It AMU TON
w. h. Hamilton, Agent
Kotlce is herebj given lliat GO days afterdate I
intend toapply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner i'f bands and Works, Victoria, to purchase hu acre- of land, slluate about one mile
east of Hurton City ou the east side of Arrow
take, and described u follows: -Comiiieuctur-; at ��
posl planted at the northeast corner of ixit WiO,
thence nortb 30 chains, tlience west in chains,
thenco south 'ki chains, thenco east 40 chains to
place of beginning
AllKUSt  -Mil, liS?�� J, R. Hl'NTKK.
Sixty days after date 1 Intend to apply to the
Commlnloner ol bands and Works, vietoria, to
purchase Itm acres of land- Commencing at a
post planted on the west shore of Arrow I.ake, at
the south east corner of J. J, Christie's purchase.
running norih B0ohalni. theuee east 20 chains,
thonce sooth HOchaltis. theuce woat Ho'hains to
place of commencement.
Located May, nth IWO.
A.  t'ARKlK,
I.. tiAUAGKSR, Locator.
Notiee is herebv given thnt two months after
date I intend lo applv lo thfl Honorable Chief
Commiasioner of I-ands and Works for iH'rmis-
sion to purchase tvio acres of laud, described as
follows: Comtni ncing at a post planted at lhe
lonthweit of '���. U>aforiilon'l ranch In Fire
Valley, West Kootenav dlitrlet, marked "J. n.
Mnitrss*. nr��th-��.t     -
Imperial Bank of Canada
TT _        -     _-v Mi ____. *"*
D. B. WILKIK, Proeidcut.
Head Office:   Toronto.
CAPITAL Al'THOKIZED... .18,000,000, OAHITAL PAID UP,.. ,14,380,000
UK8T |4,B80,000.
HON. HUBERT ,IAKI'*RAY, Viiso-Piw-lunt
Branches in British Columbia:
:,s>i,i>|...\.     %'ELSON,     REVELSTOKE,     TROUT  LAKK,
DopoHit- rreseivnd und Interest allowed ttt current mton from date of oponins/ nr.
conn! ��nd credited half-yearly.
INBI_80IN BRANCH sj,    M,    LAV,   Manog-r.
ri'i'.t"; UD-neeBOehatn.
i msiiiIi: th-no.g0cb.ioi
nsirlli Iss tlie place od-om-
The Latest Modern Appliances
now in use at this
.loops  CALLED  POR
Baker Street.     -     NELSON.
Yes! We "scooped" tho Daily News
on the report of the board of health,
but what right hail the mayor to state
lhat it had been the intention to hold
a private seance?
One of the brightest exchanges that
comes to nur table Is the Greenwood
Ledge, which is presumably edited by
that clever geofUB among newspaper
men, Ft, T. Lowery.    Whatever may !>c
Thorpe's Lithia
Thorpe & Co'y,
Nottoa lihorebyjr.VAOth_i._0 dayi attar dut* we
Intend �� ugly u, theHon. tba Chief Commn-
Montr uf Und* mid  Wurku (ur ihthiIssIuii   tu
minbufl tho following detcrlbw. landi in the
wait Kootonay dutricj: Beginnlni hi h twit
marked 0 i>. rf.-ii and it. BolPi h. ETcorner
Notfoell hereby given tbal sixty daya after
*lnt**  I  inti'iKl tu applv   to the fiunurablc the
Chief Commlnloner of Umdi and Worki fur per*
miKslon  iu purchase tba following de_*rfb_d
In.*. I uii Die ���-������-! shore of iip|K*r Arrow Luke ami
joining J. Ji. Keency'B pre-emptioni Banning
wot -io chains; thence north BO chainii tbenee
eut 40chains, to the ihore of the lake;  tbence*
smith fnliowiiij! the lake ahore to point of com-
meneementi containing ;._u aorea more or leus.
Hated August 19,1906.
J. J, Kki.i.v. Agent.
Kotlce ll herebv given   that  ilxty dan  afler
date 1 intend tu apply to ihe Honorable the
(.'blef Oommiaitoner of Ludi and Worki for permlulon to pureliuse the following dec-Tibcd
land OU the wait dde Of  tower Arrow   take mid
joining thf couth line of the Indian Renrratlon:
Kunning went SOotutlni! thence nouth rtOehainc;
tbenoe eaat 20 ohalna, fo thfl shore of the lake;
thenee north following the lake shore tu the
point of commenoement, containing UIO acres
more or lees.
Dated AflJUlt '20, 19M. W. II. Maclkod
J. J. Kiixy, Agent.
ii ueorgQ II.
narked Harry
  ���..._, poit,
12 mllei eait ol thp Salmon river and about
mile from the Pend d'Oreille river; lbence m
orthl thence 4(1 eh��lus wtel] tlieileeWl
uitli; thenee 4;) ehalns eut to place ol
he 22nd dav of September, 1906,
u. D.Bell
It. Hull,
R. M. RUVIB, Agent,
chains i
Haled t
Notice is herehy given that 1 Intend, 60 dayit
after date to apply to the Honorable the Chief
('.'Nimi-Mi.'i. r "t i titt'Ifi ainl Wurks for permission
to purchase the fulluwlng described Unds iu
West Kootenay dlitrlet, about Ave miles Bouth
of Burton City, commenolng at a poet punted on
the eas�� bank of tract 0. i: - and marked "W. H.
HamQton'l B W, C. poit,"and running north B0
chains, ihence east KO -'hain**., theuee south HO
chain*, thenee west BD Cbalni to place Of lM-gin-
uitig, oontainlng 640 acres of laud, mure or let!.
Dated thl< 22nd day of Aognat, 1B06.
W  H. Hamilton.
i horeby gtveu that wi dayi after date 1
ipply to the Hunorable Chief Commli-
Landi and  Wurks  fur  MnnUllOD   lu
Notice U horeby glv
intend to ��� '-*-
sluner of .       ....   r��.wuH._
purchase the following deaorlbed landi, Htni
in West Kootenay district: t'oinineneliig al
post marked "B. (Jonkey's N W. eurner post,"slt-
tuitc near tlie N K. eoruer of land applied fur by
It.it., tbenee south 40 ehalns, more or less; thenee
easl NO chains; theuco north 40 chains, mure ur
less; thenee west 80 chains tu point uf commencement.
Balmo, August 11, 1906. B, OONKBT-
T. H. Atkinson, Agont
Notice is  her by given Hint 60 days after date I
l.> anply to tbe Hunorable the Chief Cotn-
miasiuller of  IjiihI- aii'l Wurks for permlNMloli lo
Muun __^^^^^
west; tlience Ni .*ha]
east; thence N) cbaii
Dated nth dav of September, 1906.
J. B, NfrsROK,
A. CaLURH, Agent.
Notice is herebj given that oo daya^ttei date 1
intend tu apply to the Honorable lhe Thief Com*
miasiuncriif Ludi and Worki fur permlnion to
nnronau the following deaorlbed lands in tbe
West Rootenay dlatilef, nearBnrton City? commencing at a poet planted at tbe lonthean corner
"jii'h pre-emption olaltn, and
Tollington'i It, K. c. post, and
running south 40 ebalns, tlience went 90 chains,
thenee north 40 ihains. tbenee east 90 Ohalni to
place uf l i. ,:.;,::!.���, eonlaliilng SO acres of laud,
mon-or lets.
Dated this Wth day Ol August, 1906,
Hakkv Q. Tollington.
Notice if hereby given lhat 00 days after date I
intend to make application tu tbe Honorable lhe
chief Commissioner of Landa Ud Works for permission tu purohaae about Boo aorea of land aitn
ated uu the Salmon river, West Koutenaydistrict,
oommonolng at a post marked B. B. Butter's N E.
Corner, planted on tbe weat bant'd the river,
about 4:|4 miles iwuth ������[ the International boundary, tbenee west 80 ehains, theuee 80 chains
south, theuce east about 20 ehnins tu tbe river,
thenee northerly along the river tu place of com-
f*. R. Hrrrn,
T. H. Atkinson, Agent,
.Nollee is hereby given thai two mouth, after
date I intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief
Cum miss inner uf j.-i r..l- nnd Wurks for a Lease uf
all that laml helug the furcshure adjnlning siih-
dlvl.loni 1, 8 and 4 of Lot ����, Oroup one (1)
and being un the south shore uf tbe
t Arm cf Kootonay lake, in the district of
intend, toapply Eo IbeHonorabl
ier of X     	
he ft
marked "It.   tl
purohaae tbe foUowlng dea-mbed lahdnltnate In
West Kootenav district:   Commencing ata poat
 ' ' '   '  W  euruer   pOBt,"  Mtunte
..-.a. -.,,-s ... ��. curoer uf laud spplleii fur hy A.
Mcfyati thence south 40 ohalni, moreurfess;
tbence east W chains; thence norlh 40 chains,
more or less;  Ihenee  West 80 chains ttt point of
Salmo, August 11, 190T,. it, BOU,
T. H. Atkinson, Apcnt.
o 11 tiayJB__.._^^^^^^^^^^^
Commencing al a post marked "A. K. Watts'
southeaat corner post"; tbence ��l cbaltu west,
thence '20 chains  north:  theliee 60 chnins east;
thence 2qohalni aonth tothe place of oommenoe*
ment; the laid land and foreahore to bo be need
fur sh win til pUrpQAet.
Dated this zlst <lny of August, Pktb.
A. K. Warra.
Notb*e is hereby given that 60 'lays alter dale I
intend tO applv lo the li rs hie tho Chief Cum-
mleuoner uf Landi mui Worki fur i>cn>ifsNi��u to
purcbue tbi following dwrlbed land In West
Kootenay Distric ahum eoven miles suuth uf
ing at a pMt plautcd
Notice is hereby glveu that GO days after date 1
intend tu make application to the Hoiiorahle the
Chief Commissioner of Landl and Worki for permission   tO   pnrQhaM f-*" acres  ol  land   iu  the
dlatrlet of weat Kootenay, commenolng at a post
planted on tbi' moth side uf Bonndary creek on
the International boundary line, um- -md a hull
m lei aaat from tha Balmon nver, markeii "Kllbu
K. Adami, suulhcast rurner," tbenee west m
chains, tlience nnrth ��0 chains, thenee eul So
chains, thenee south NO eliains to place of coiu-
klijm* k. ai��a��is, Locator,
per R. If, Beeves, in, Agent.
Dated this 9th day of July, 1900.
Notiee is hereby given tbat hlxty days after
date I intend to apply to the Honorable the
(Jhlcf Commissioner of Lauds and Works fur
permissluu to purchase tbe fulluwlng described lands situate in thc West Kootenay
district, starting from a poal planted uu the
nnrth hank uf The North Fork of Dug creek]
llienee JO ehains west, 20 chaius nurth, 00 eliains
wen, 40 chains north, 20 chains wesl, 90 chains
north, 20 ebalns west, 20 chains north, ���-' chains
oa-.t. 20 chains s-.tith. 20 chains east, 40 chains
south, 20 chains east, 40 chains soutb to polut uf
commencement. Oontainlng640 acres,
Dated 18tb day of AuguM, 1906.
Blxty days after date 1 intend to apply to the
Honorable the ('hief CninnilsMoner uf Lands and
Works, Victoria, to purchase MO acres of land,
located ami deicrlbed as follows: Being the
uortheast (juarter of Section tweuty-two, and
thesmi.'i half of the uorthweit quarter section
tweutT three, Townihlp sixty-nine.  And furthei
defcribed ns follows: Commenciug at a post
marked J J- N. W. eorner, and planted 40 chains
east of the northwest corner of Bectlon twenty-
two and running eaat tOihalin, theuce south ��)
chains, thence east 40 chalus, theuce south 20
chains, thenee west DO chains, thence nurth 40
chalus to place nf beginning.
Auguit 'hit, 1900. James Jokn-jtone,
W. A.Calder, Agent.
Notiee Is hertitiy given tbat oo days after date 1
inteud toapply to the Honorable the Chief Com*
mlssloner of Lauds aud Works for permission
to purchase tlie followingdcserlbed laud, situate
in Fire Valley, in the West Kootenai dlstricl, nd
joining W. A. ('alder's pre cniptinn.'startlug at a
l>oHt marked M. Mctjuarrlo's southwest corner,
ninning 80ohalni cast, thenee 40chains north,
theuce 80 chain*- weft   thence 40 chains suuth to
point of commencement
Dated this llth day of September, 1906.
mmiv ifcQtunint
J. K, TiVLun. Agenl.
niuMirirs!;,'"::'"'*.1 ��"">*.. ".T, i
rfest,'tbenoe 80 cbalni south, thence
 eaat m piue ol (sommsnoatnent
Located the 1st da)' of   \ n.-i-:. i ��� -,
_____-____������__..-.��. ����� ..ars all
I toapply tn tbe Honorable the ' hfctt OH*
m-T ol l-ands and Works fur permlatofl lo
--I the fallowing deecrfbod lan-i in Wttt
������ '"strict about ilx miles south of Rnr-
iiuneucllJK at a |M>st nlaiile-l i*D  lll(-
 Trout ernk and marked I  I. Ptto-
N  W. C. Post am) running ninth BD cbalni
no east 80 chains;   theluc   imrth   B Mmjiis;
i... w..--t mi chains to the plat* "[ oonmeaw-
���optaoif I
���.| l.issik
uss lis. i-1,i,i,|t|1���,i,,i|Hcr ,���-������.
U-lfd 11,1,..,���1 .,��,-���, Au��l.��l, 1
W, II. IUmii-
L roan
���s, .tfi'ni.
IntXnd ��... Tft! . ve.'ithit M,,"?�� R,u't ,l"<* I
m.,M,_ [ollowlng dewnu-d Undi: rm-
��Me,.no,1( r:'M,'w""i'oriierof J I'hmtli lAp
!'"!'"' nr\UnHV- ninning lbence i chalu
mor.'.   .    ." NM,""1IS ""''b; Lbence to ehalai
V-/ln_ 1 l ' T'"' "' Un' ��*��� '''ore; thi W I lol
��� uh> , JV.l,,n' l" ,">"U "f "'n.mcmeimut
���W 'be 23rd day nf July, iwo.
J. W. Hates.
alter -tate I
Chief Cam*
in i*.* i i>i i tn
Sixty days after date 1 iniend In apply tn the
Hun. Chiel Commissioner of Landiand Works,
Victoria, lo purchase 40 acres of land: Commencing at a post planted at the City nf Nelson's
power plant lot 8. B corner post, on Knotenay
river, theuce '20 chains south, ihcnce west 20
chains, theuee nh th 2U chains, theuee east 20
chain.', to point nf commencement.
Nelson, lt.c, Aug. "I. 1906. K. J. Curran.
Notice Is hereby given that 00 days after date I
intend tn apply to the Hunorable the Chief Cum-
minloner ol Landsand Works for permission to
purchase (he following -flpaorlbed hinds: Commencing ata post niarkeu"J. A. O. IC M, W. corner," placed at the northeast corner of lait BOO
running Ku chains nortb; thence "*i0 chains past;
tbenceSo chains south; Ihcnce80chalu" west to
point of commencement, oontainlng M0 acrei
more ur less.
Dai..d the 2lst day ol July 1U06.
  J. A. O'KaiLi.r
BUty days after date I intend to anplv to the
Commluloner nf Landl and Works. Victoria, to
purchase H'-O acrM of laud, Bilualeaiid deserlbnl
as fnllnws: ' ���-iiiiii. n- ink ata pnst planted 00 the
west aldfl of Arrow lake opposite Cariboo City, at
or near the southwest corner of B. Ifalg purchase, and marked "(1. M. A., EL li. 1 orner," and
running north 40 chains, thence west 40 chains
to II. Annahle's purebuse, ihence south 40chains
moreor leas tn the lake shore, thence along the
lake shore lo place nf beginning.
Auguit 25lh, 1WC. U. M. ANNAIlLI,
Nullce  is  hereby  given   that sixty  davs afler
date I  Intend  tn Hpply   to tbe Honorable tlie
chief Commluloner 01 uuidi and World fur
permission to purchase the following described
landl situate- in West Kootenay district: Commencing at a pott marked "A MeU'iiti's N W,
eurner pott,"situate near the N.K. corner of laud
applied for by A. McLauphliiu, thence south 10
chaini, more or less; thence east HO chains;
thenee north 40 chains, moreorless; thence west
80 chains to point of commencement
SalmO] August 11, i:��m, A. McLean,
T. H. Atkinson. Agent
Notice is hereby given lhat 00 days after date I
intend tn make application to the Honorable the
Chief Commissioner of binds and Works for pcr-
nilsson to purchase the following described lamls,
situate in west KouteiiHy dlitrloti Cum inenelng
at a pust marked "A. McLaughlin's N, W corner
post," situate near the N .P.. corner of land applied for hy V. McArthur. thence suuth 40 chains,
mure nr less; thenee east 80 chains; thenee north
4u chains, more or less; theliee west 80 chains tn
point of commencement.
Salmo, August 11,1900. A, McLaiohlan,
Notice Is hereby given that oo d.
"" ' ' -*- 'he"	
hu   following described land
I lntutid  to apply to the'Chief Commissioner of
l.iiiuis aud  works for normlsslon to purchase
Her date
_   ���_. .-����-, altuate In West
Kootenay district: Commeneing at apQlt marked J. McArthur'fi N.W. eurner post." situate near
the N. K eorner uf laud applied fur by A Turner,
thence soutli 40 chains more or lent thenoo east
K'i chains; thenee nurth 40 chains, mure ur less;
thence wesl 80 chains in polut of oommeneement.
Halmo, Auguit 11,1906.
J. M�� AliTHfR.
T, II Atkinson, Agent.
, ,iv. < ummonoing at a pnst plauied nu
bank of Trout ereek nml marked Alex
s N. W. C. Cost and ruiiniut. smith 811
thenee east Ho eliains; tlience north no
theuee west HO (hain*. lo post nf U-gliitl-
ig. oontainlng 040 acres of land, inure or less.
Dated IbllUnd ilay or Augusl, I'kn,
mix ciikvnk
W. H   Hamilton, Agent.
Nollee Is herehy kIvcii lhat sixty days niter
dale I liiiiud to npp.v to tlie llonuralde the
chief Commluloner of   f- I- and  Wurks. fur
permlaalon to pnrehaae tbe follow ini daaoiibed
landa oommonolng *" a post marked George Toi*
lingtnii's  N   K c. posi, at the suiithcast  corner
oi J. 0. MoQrade'i   preemption   claim   and
running smith to chains to southwest corner nf
Geo, ll minim's preemption claim; thenee west 20
ohaltira;  theOOO  Uorih   III chains,  thenee east 90
lo place of enuiinriiccmetit, culitalnlug 80
if lam) nmre or less.
Daied this Mh day of August, 1006.
A. a. Barton, Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that 60 davs alter dale 1
intend loapply lu the Honorable Chief Cnunnls-
llonarof l*��ds and Wurks fur permIssimi tu purchase the following deserilH'd lauds, situate In
the West Kootenav dlitrlet, starling from a poat
planted at thofl W.cnrtiernf Krnest W.Hnbinson's
Application In Purchase, and ou the north bunk
of the North Fork of I'og creek; thenee 4ii ehalns
west. Ho chalna north, 100 ehalns cast, in chains
south, 20 chains wesi, ^Ochaiussouth tn intense-
tion of norih lineof K. W. Kobinsuii's Application
tu I'urehase, thence 40 chains west and flO chains
south to point of commeiieeinent, containliiK 'W0
Dated IHth day of Auguit, !"�����.
K W. HoittNsoN,
per Kksrst W. Koiunson, Ag��ut.
Nntice is hereby given lhat 80 dan ai Ier dato I
Intend to applv to the Hull, the'htef Coininls
sioner of I nn.I- and Works for permission to purchase the* following deaerlbod lands iu  wee.
K'-.teiiay dlltrlOt, province of Hritish Culnmbli
N;'n��. is hereby g-ve.uhat 60 day.
miRsinncruf Landsand Wnrks fori
puMiaae the folium,,,, .h-s-riU'd la.ul	
SSettSiSS !&��_Arrmt OS <BS5m5I5
orthras enrner uf A. Antlmnvs purchuf,
X* X SH. fl,r,-v 'hains, thence west forty
fnrtJ  /..'J Vnw; m,,lh   torty  chains, th< DM Ull
anni,. ?__.., �� I","lt oi oomwenoement, cod-
ta in ing U0 aerea, moreor leaa.
Dated Beptembar i, iloo,   Iambi k. Macubd,
perN. Hkmkrs, Ageni.
fnu0-!.*.'?-. * ilt'riQUy ",'"" ���**��! W oavs alter daU I
I_a,..i?-'!,, w '".U"; Ht"' Chief Commln ei
1.   t     .^       Vrk' Lor pwmlu  toporeltan
...H it* w l o-jnnwnelnj at a jh.si mirt-
w"5r::u[ll,,r   |,l|,llw'ul1 tfieihomol
ci Im..,, ,7 \) /rt?' ",,ma one mill ��� 1, ol
--orion crc-k [Jobmton eieek I thenoe north .*<>
chaus. .hem,. wes( WoK^thSSSS
1 m .;���.,i      ,,MM ,* rl"llUB to polntofoom-
��� 1^^ ' H,',,,,,llr,',i'l��  '����� "����� note nrb-ss.
Staked Ihis 2411, day of August, Mt
.    . H. K. WOI VillTOK,
A. N. Woi.verton, Ageut.
.  enty (20) ehains, "llie;
west forty (40) chains more or less, to the place .
Dated 1st ''av of August. 1'JOfl.
lly his agenl J. K.Taylor.
Nntice is nen ny given lhat slxtv dayi afta
date I intend loapply tuthe ""	
Bllty davs  afler date, I. Margrett  Metjiiarrie,
Intend toapply to the Honorable the Ch" "
lavs  after dnt<    ^^^^____________^^
.apply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of LhiuIs and Works, Victoria, U. C,
to purchase the following described land, C*-m-
mencing at a post marked M MeWuarrie, 00 the
bank ui I/uwer Arrow lake, thenca In chains
west; tbeuce fio chains north; thenee in chalus
east; (hence CO chalus south to place of com
uieneenieiit, said to contain WO acres more or
������    "       Ing ground held by G, B. Anderson's
Dated this 14th day
W. L, I'avnk, Agent
if Beptember, 1908,
Notice is hereby given that sUtv days after
date I intend tn apply lo the Hnnuralile the Chief
Com 1,1 iss Inner nf l.iindsand V*. orks for|H.*rinlBslnu
to purohaM the fulluwlng described lands siluala
lu West KiiutenaydlHtrlct: Cummcueiug at a post
planted at Roberl cnrlelt's north east corner
pust uud marked A. M's N. W. Comer thenee
east 40chalns; tnence 40 ehalns sonth, more or
less to the Koulenay river; tbence 40 chains west
along tin; Kootenay river; thenee 10 ehains
iiurili, mme or less, to thc place of eommeneement, containing 100 acres mure nr les-.
Hepl'UibcrMlh PM't,
Annik Hoohi,
William Moork as Agent.
by giv ........
one 1 1 nt-11.1 toapply tothe Hon. Chief Con,n
loner of 1 i- ami Worki for pormlaalon w
purobaM  Lhe   following  deacrlbed lands, in
West KnnieiiHy Dlslricl: L'ouimeueiiig at an In
illal pnsl phit.i.-l at Ihe suiithcast euruer of McCoy's pre cmpliun, theme 20 chains west tnei,-(
ls> lary   oi.i.ot  OlBOj   'hence   followiiiK   said
boundary south to sunt beast enrner ol s���l<| lot]
thence 10 chains wesl; thence -o chains snulh;
Ihence ;i0 chalus ensl; theuce Jlebalns imrih to
soiithw'st corner nf Lot _U| theuce fulluwlng
west buundarynf l.oi |S3 to initial post.
"      ������ *, 11IO0. I). I). Wolkk,
pet Krnkst W. Kuiunson.
Nn ie, is hereby given tbal ffl days after date I
I tend to appy to ihe Honorable Chlen'om,.,!-
e J ,V ';M!l1,,N*l,,|w"rl��> tor permission 1,, ,������
���base the following deaorlbed lands, ntnated on
he east side of Jrrow lake: Commencing ai 1
Port marked A. Ifaoiaod'i looattoi pus., tin*., ���
suuth   [nrty chains, fullowtug W. foye'seasl	
boundary; ihenee eaat slsiv c.iaiiis, (oeast bank
ol tuirlhflldi Cr.-ek; tlu-nce nnrlh furty ��� Imi ns
theliee easl sixty cIii|i,n in poini of coinim-iiif-
inent, lolKrtlnilie'iaOneres, ninn* or less.
Hated Beptember 1, \m.     alixa Maoi��od.
vet N, Duma, Agent.
Is hereby given that 00 days after da*.
Me tlie CliicM o,:
Nolle      _____1111111111^^^^^
Intend to apply In the Holiorab.
tiiissloncr of Landsand Works for pCTtnlUli
pun'base the following deicrilH-d landa,IUI
Irom a poit marked W.T'Hiinrlhwesl post, (h
suuth 40 chains, ihenee east HO chains, th
north to ohalna, thenoe west m, hains to pm
commencementi containing h_*o aorea, moi
les-: adjnlus on tbe easl ol A. Anthony's npl1
iimi to purchaao.
Paled lliis .'-ih .lay of Augusl, I'M..
W. Toi
N. in mi 11-. Agenl
Snilceislierehyi.'lyen that sixty duys alt. 1
forty chains w
ains soulb, tbenee
rly  chalna  north
"i..M��.rM.i_Ti.i: '!' '""J" '" ''""""cneement.
"Hied this tub dayofSeptember, looo.
��� John Ton,
.  Hahhv GiaiOK. Agent.
Nollee Is hereby given that 00 davs after date I
Intend toapply to tlie Honorable (lie chief Commissioner nf Legal and Work * '
point uf (ummeiicemo.,*..
Halmo, i(. <;,, August Hth, 1906.
-tf. it  .       ���,l* McArthur
T.H.ATIUN--ON, Agent.
Intend tu
>n tis
and   Works fur']��'niiisslun In
"cnbed iHltds,  8301
er Arrow h. 1..'
a to ebalus east,
in chains we-i tr
aloiiK lake shun* W
t  Lamb
chase   lhe fo
starting *.* % poat marked Catb
plinteJon tbeea o��0n"'
near Qladatono ('reek,  n���.���,
I'cnee H0 chains north   ihenc
lake   shore,   tli.-i
point nf eninineli,v...-_uW^^^^^^^_
Dated thu i.tih dnyuf Bop torn bet, UOfl,
.. Hahiiv (iinsuN, Agent.
Notice is hereby given that 00 days aller dat *
��BPly to the Honorable the Chief Com
imn.hZ.V,      riV1" "",l "'"�������������� '"' Permission I
"   Tas   sl,lI,lli,lAl,1K _m "''"'" -"toil"
lasisldenl Armw lake:   Cnminencliu;  1
WWW comer nf A. Anthony's purchs-
hain. ,    .' lWt'l"}(1",,"H* thence cast Iweui;
tSentv,      ',T Tn]l ,tWl'"t>' *,,"ll��*H* i]mu'v "'s
unMai . p"1"1"' oommanooment, eon
^SSk at^i^^Veot leu.
uateit Beptember i. looo     ihcsnir m.btoart,
 . per N. Dkmkmh, Agenl.
da Iiiuu... i*.n!,,r HlVuH l,l,lt "'-^'y ll,lJ'" ���
���omm ii< i  Sfflft,l1 tl1" HonoralJlfl theC
o    mlasloii erol Liuidsiiiid Works for periiils'
to   urchase the  following described '
?��� ,,l  a    1    .,'"t K,,,"'N'ty disiriei. an
Pant  �� Ha. ,��� ���""""������j uisinei, aud ndjoinn
,���X,,t  I'i  .   P��*5P��EttnU,   star Ing   al   a  [ki
niarked A.. I Loilg.K. k. comer, un the west ilm
Arrow lake,   ihenee 20 ehains wc*
���'bans soulb, thencu 20 chnlnw e,o
chains north to point of commem
of Low
I hem
bated at Nelion, II, C��� this Klh da<
.r iuna A. J. l.('N'
Wm. Pollard, Agent
ber, iwo
iay 0. Sop 1
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Hotel   Prosecutions at Grand   forks-
Sensational Bear Story.
Grand Forks, Oct. 8.���During tbe
lant few days excitement has reigned
Supreme here among local hotel men,
as lhe ciiy police commissioners issued summonses against the proprietors of the Yale, Province, Victoria,
Val bulla and Square hotels, to appear
before them Saturday evening and answer to certain complaints regarding
gambling having been permitted on
their premises. It appears that -hit:
matter originated by a witness in giving evidence in the police court a few
days ago, when lie stated lhat he had
been  gambling ait the Province hotel.
a. c. Button, who appeared   for   the
proprietor of the Province hotel, after
considerable discussion succeeded In
having the charge against his client
dismissed, while the complaints
against lhe other hotel men were postponed until next Friday evening, lt
appears thut some months ago ttie police commissioners issued a pointed
notice warning the hotel men not to
allow gambling on their premises, aud
Mayor fftitton and Commissioner
Whiteside are particularly anxious to
huve any infraction of that order severely ilcallh with. At the commissioners meeting Saturday evening a
sensation was sprung on those present
when A. Traunweiser, proprietor of
the Yale hotel, address Mayor Button
aud demanded that the case against
his hotel be dealt with forthwith,
Whereupon the mayor replied that he
could appear when called Upon later
on, when Mr. Traunweiser said that
lie had been served with at notice to
appear there, and he demanded that
the matter be dealt with, lt Is intimated by the knowing ones tbat in the
Yule hotel gambling case there is a
"nigger" in the woodpile and some
sensational evidence involving prominent  citizens  will  be  forthcoming.
To have ai large brown bear sleep
in his kitchen all night after ft had
helped itself to all the available eatables within its reach was the startling experience ol Oluff Kverson, a pioneer prospector of this valley. It ap*
pears thut a couple of nights ago Mr.
Ever sou, who resides on his mineral
claims, some two miles eusl of Grand
Forks, retired at the usual time, and
before doing so took the lower sash
out of the kitchen window for ventilation, und during the night was awakened by hearing very loud noises in
the kitchen. He at once proceeded to
iuveBtigate and found thut some animal, presumably a large dog, was helping himself to the provisions. He armed himself with a shotgun and entered
the kitchen, when a big brown bear
jumped out of the window aud was
lost to view in the timber. The old
prosj>eetor then went back to bed,
thinking tlie bear hud gone, and slept
soundly until an early hour in the
morning, when he was awakened by
one of his neighbors, who called to
him to get up us there wus n bear iu
iiis kitchen. Mr. Eversou went round
the house on the outside to investigate, when bruin again juinued out of
the window, but not before he had received a heavy shot from the old pros-
pector's gun. Though badly wounded
the bear again disappeared in the timber. On investigation it was ascertained ihat Ihe animal had eaten several loaves of newly made bread, about
ban a ham and nearly two dozen fresh
eggs, and from appearance?   he   had
apparently slept a portion of the night
in the kitchen after taking his hearty
repast. Today hunting parties of men
and boys -are out searching for bruin,
and nil are eager to get u fair shot at
the cheeky bear.
Total  September    Shipments    Far Exceed Those of Last Year.
Winnipeg,   Oct.   8.���a     statement
showing the number of curs of wheat
and other grains received at Port Willi.tin dining the mouth of Beptember,
I.HHl, has been sent oul from the ofllce of the grain lns|>ectnr at that
The total number of cars of wheat
for September, 11106, was 9759, us
afcatost .'I7_7 lusl yenr. Of these 1267
were No. 1 hnrd, as against .151 last
year, showing a very satisfactory
stale of affairs. In September, 1906,
3008 cars of northern were received,
its against 21124 in Beptember, 1905.
This year there were 6S3, and 117 cars
of No. 2 and No. ',i Northern respectively, ns against 609 ond 66 last year.
The smut evil seems to hold its
own persistently. Last month 316
curs of smutty Wheat were received,
ns against 214 lust year. Foul seed
seems to huve figured largely this
year, as 818 cars were rejected on
this account and only 146 lust year.
In other grains tlie shipments were
much greater than In the correspond-
month last year. Of oats, 227 cars
wero received, as against 17 last year;
nf barley 116, as against 44; of flour
11, ns against 4.
Altogether 5162 cars of grain were
reported at Fort William ln 1906. In
September last year the total number
was -1802. The care over C. P. R. rails
numbered 3865, while over the C. N.
H. 1303 were delivered.
"Ol'd give a sovereign to know the
spot OI was going to die on."  "Why "
"Because   Ol'd    never   go   near   the
Men dislike to blame themselves for
their own faults, so they blame women
for theirs.
Certificate of Improvements
<iij_anii_, Glut,  Finn Chance, Gbalultli, snd
Twenty Mil-. Fraction mineral claims, situate in tht! Nelson Mining Division of West
Kootenay district
���nl?-.!8towta i (,�� Pundeomountain, between
Willi Hi.,-  unsl Hear Creeks.
Take notice that t, John UoUtchle, ui the city
of nelson, acting u scent tor Joseph Sturgeon,
Free   Miner's Certificate   No. HMft, intend, nlxt>
days frnm the date hereof- toapply to the Mining
Recorder for Gertlflemtei ����f improvements, tor
the porpose of obtaining Crown riranisof tne
above eluiiii-
Aud further take notiee Hint action, under se-r*-
tion .17, must l* commenced before the issuance
ofsuch Cert ill-ate of Improvements
Mated Un.*- .'-Usl day of July, A. I). 1906.
John Mi Uti nm.
Certificate of Improvements
"EcllpHo No. 2," "Vovey." "Hippy Medium,"
"Jniernalinual" anil "A He Fractional" mineral claims, situated in tlie Hlncan City Mining
Division of Wesl KOOtenSj district.
Where toasted}���North of Twelve Mile ereek,
about two tnileft up.
Take notiee that I, II. K. Jorail'l, of Sloeun, B.
C, Free Miner's -ertificale No. B78800, as agent
for b, A. Cole, Free Ulnar'* Certificate No. Sstt-1,
Intend, sixty davs from the dale hereof, to sop y
to the  Minnie Recorder for a Certlflenlc oflm-
proremeniSt for tlie porpose ofottUinlngaCrown
iir-.ul .if Mini mineral clalniti.
And farther take  noiiee that lotion, un-'er
Section 37, nmhI I* commenced  before lhe Iksu-
snee of stub Oertl flrate of improvements.
Dated tii in anii dayotaeptember, im
H. It. Jul!A NO.
ninl. i
ce notice thai 30'lays afler dale we intend
lng application tO the Honorable the Chief
uommnsibnar of bands ami Works for a special
license to out and carry away Umber from tbe
following described  lninls;   Commencing at a
Iioiit near the southeast corner of the K.A8.
tall way. Dot fc��, ninning thenre north IGtf
chalna; thence nisHl i���bains thence south 161
Chains) thenee WOSt ttehtlns tO potJlJ M commencement
Dated, September IM b, 10__.
Daniel Tuomy, Ageut.
Nollee Ih hereby given that 10 days after dale 1
itend toapply to tlie Honorable the Chief Commissioner of I-ands and   Worku  for a  Bpeclal
lloensetocnt and carry away timber from tin
following described  laml-.  situate on  Six Mile
ereek, in the district Of West Kootena):
No. 1.���Commencing at a post planted on Six
Mile creek, about Mven miles from Kootenay
Ink,-, mi.l marked II. B.M'i sou theaat corner poat,
thence? running.si} ehains north, thence tt ehalns
west, Ihenee N> chains iouth, thenee 80 chaini
earn to pi.ini of commencement, and eontalnlng
MO acres more or loss
Dated tin. 1*211) day of Auguit, 1006.
B. B. MioHTON,
per Beiice Whits, Agent.
No 2.���Commencing ata poet planted on Six
Mile ereek. al-out nine miles irom Kootenay lake,
und niarked It. B. M's northeait corner poit,
thence running nu chains west, tbence 80 ehalni
���nuth, thence ho chaini east, theuee no ehaim
north to the polntof eommeneement, containing
Wo acres more or less.
Dated this 12th day of August, 19f*.
per Buret! White, Agent.
Commencing nt a post planted on Six
���"'  "      Kr *
No. 3*- , _     _
Mile creek, about tcnlniles Irom kootenay lake,
and marked B. H. M'a north west corner poal,
theuce running M> elialua east, thenee 80 chains
sontb, thenee ho chains weit, ihenee ao chains
north to |n.iiit of commencement, and containing f*lO acres mon* or less.
Dated th ia Uth day of August, 1906.
B ti, MimiTUN,
per BhtcK WhitB, Agent.
No. 4.���Commencing ata MM planted on B|x
miu* creek, about U miles iron Kootenav lake,
and marked H. [t MV HoiitheRHt comer post,
theuce i oniiin_ Stiebatm north, thenceHOchaini*
weat, thenoe ��t chains sonth, Utenoe-a) ohains
east to the polnl of lomnit'iiecnicnl.andeoutain-
ing 0(0 acres more or less.
l>ated this Uth day of August, IWO.
per Hri-ckWhitk, Agent.
Take notice Hint (10 days afU-r date we Intend
ni. king application i'> the Bon. the Chief Com
mixslouer of I.miils and Works for a s|H*ciitl
license to cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands: I'oiumeliclug alajKtst
plnnted near the north boiiinlarv-.it Lot (no..,
west Kootonay dlitrlot, running thenee ir-odining
norlh, thenei* it) chains weat, thenc. Itio chains
soutli, thence in chains east to point of com-
Dated March 9th, 1906.
W-tYtSBOM I.I'.Mlip.it Co,
I). Tiomky, Agent
Notice is hereby given that .10 davs afler ditto I
intend to applj to the Hon. the Chief 1'ominla
(doner nf l*uda and Worka for a tpaalel llosnoe
to eut and carry avu)* timber from the following
described landa, iltuate in Went Koolenay dlatrlct: Commencing Oca post on Robinson ereek,
three-quarter! of u mile northwest of lurcher's
pre emption, tbeuce west 80 chains, thence north
no chain*, ihenee cast 8D chains, thenee soutli MO
ehains to point of commenceineul,
l.oi-Hl. -1 .hilv J.Mh, I:mo.
(IKO. IlKNIiKIIsdN. t/nnlor
Notice is Hereby given that, Hurtv davs alter
date, I Inlcnd to apply to the Honorable the
chief Commissioner ol Lends and Works for a
special license to col and carry away Umber from
the   following  <l< flied   lnuds, aittiHte iu Hie
West Kooteuay district:
No. 1. -Commencing at a post marked Ola
Oberg'i southwest corner post, and plant.d on
lhe cast side of luiucan riverand uhmii -i.\ mile*
northeail of the wesl fork of Hie Duncan river;
thence "> chains east, I heme hi chain! north.
thence 80 eliains west, thence HO chains south to
|i..uil of commencement
No, I, Commencing ,,i a post marked Ola
tilierg's southwest corner jiost, and plauied on Hie
east side of ��� iim-an river and about seven miles
northeast of the wesl lork of the Inuiean river;
tbenee HO chains eust tlience HO chains north,
tlience Hiichittns weal, thence Ml chains south lo
point of comiiiciiccmcnl.
No. 8.- Commenolng at n post marked (lie
Oberg's southeast corner poat, und planted on
the east side of lhe Duncan river and about alx
miies from ibe west fork of the'. uncan river;
theuce -10 chains west, thenee 100 chains uorih,
thenee 40 ehains east, theuce loo chains smith to
point of commencement.
No. I ��� Commencing st a poat marked Ole
Oberg'a anulhwest corner post, and planted on
Hie eaal side of Duncan river nnd about eight
miles northern-! of the west fork of the Hnncan
river; llienee HO chains east, theuco H0 chatna
norlh, thence HO chains weat, thence 80 chalna
souih to point of commencement.
No. Ti.���Commencing at a post marked Ole
Oberg's northwest oorner post, and planted on
the east aide of I'lincnu river ami almut ilx milea
norih of thc west fork of lhe Duncan river,
at the mouth of Hum creek; theuce 80 chalna
easl, thneee 80 ehalna aouth, thence HOehalna
west, thenoe ho ohelni norih to point of oemmen-
No. o -Commencing et n post marked Ole
OlHTg'B iiorihwciit corner post, aud planted on
tho cast aide of Duncan river nud about live
miles uorih of the west fork of Iiuuean river;
thence Ml chalna cult, theuce Ml cliaina south,
thence Mt ehalna wesl. thence 80 ehalna north to
point of commencement.
No. 7---Commencing at a poit planted on the
east aide of the Duncan river, about four milea
north of the woal fork Of Md river, marked Ole
Oberg's north west corner poat, thence 40 chains
can, ibenee 80 ehatns south, thenoo 80 chains
weal, theuce M) chains imrlli, Ihenoe tt ehalna
easl to (mini of co nmeneerauUt
Dated Uolden, B. C, August -Sth, 1U06.
I Oli Ohssu, Locator.
Silver King Hotel
bikih mm, nh-wr
Beet Dollar a day house in the Kootenays.
H-omi are well furnl.hed.  Table aa good rs. an.
In Nelaon.    Bar aunpllc- with good
llsissssr. and clftara.
W. K. McCANDLISH, Proprietor.
Tremont House
Xuropean and American Plan
Moal. _ eta.   Hooma (rom 2ft eta. to $1
Oolj White Help Implored.
Baker It* Nelaon Proprietor,
Bartlett   House
Best DoOar-a-Day Hook in Nelson.
The Bar la the Flneat.
Whit* Help Only Kmpiojred.
Joeeptilne Bt.
Kelion. B. I).
The Big Schooner D���_. t A-
0, "Hill-uiHall"   DCCr   JUC
Tbe ouly Glass of Oood Beer iu Nelson.
llnl,*] Kr'-oinmis.liiliisr,. M-ontf to none In Hiil-
i'-li I'l.liiiisliiii. Kislen,l.ull|ser<la>'. Kpf-cial raus.
to inoiilhl)' boanlens. Only lusnie holel In N-|.i,ii
Lake View Hotel
Corner Hull snd Vernon,
two block!, from wharf.
Kates 11 -oo per day and np.
-ei-p^-.'.!..      NEISGN. B. C.
Grand Central Hotel
J. A. KRICKSON, Proprietor.
Central], Located. Open pa, and Night.
Bample and Bath Booma Free.
Opposite Court House and Post Office.
Corner Ward and Vernon Streets.
Th* Strathcona
Nelson, B.O.
B. Tomkins, Manager.
The Leading Hotel in the
Oood   Sample    Rooms.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nelaon. B*. O.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
I nik" and Comfortable Bedroomi and Flrat-
Clai-JM'tiiittg Boom. Bample Koornn ior Commer-
vial Ui-u.
MRS. K. C. ci.AkKK. Proprletreee
The well known
Our Beer Garden is
thu Finest in the
J. CROW,   -   -  Proprietor
Royal Hotel
Rates |1 and $1.00 n Day.
Special Kates to Regular Bianlisrs.
Whnb'Ki.1.* and ltd nil DealiT* In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on sliortest notiee and
low.wt priin. Nothing lint fresh aud
wholesome meats end supples kept in stoolr.
Muil orders receive careful attention.
E. C. TRAVES. Manager.
w. a. amuETT
Contrnotor and
.    Hu I Kiwi-.
SolonRont for ih�� I'orlo RIM l.umlior Co., bid.,
rtlall yariln. Itongh ami drt'��H��d htmlwr, tiirneu
wnrk and brackvt-*, Coant lath und -rihiiiKlvr-i, caah
and doiir.t. Cement, brick and limu for aalo.
Antonialfr vrltnli-r.
Yard hiii) farlory: Vernon Hi.. otUt-ot Hall,
INBU80N, B. O.
r. O. Box _:it Tulophono 17H.
West Transfer Co.
GE0R0E F. MOTION, Haurtr.
General Teamsters aud Dealers tn
Ooal and Woo,.   Express and
HswpMte Trausfw
WT8S.5 Office: Baker St.
�� NELSON, b. c.
BUSCH...       Bttdweiser Beer
Order quantity before cold weather sets in.
NELSON      ���8o,-A��r_!S.I,7-f.rt""h    VICTORIA
for Kootflimy Landing, Hain Line Connection Crow's Nest Route.
for Kaslo aud Intermediate Points
to Lardo aud Trout Lake.
For time liitsles, rates, berth reservations for boats, standard or tourist
sleepers, apply lo local agents or write.
A.ll.P.*...Vancouver. D.P.A.. Nel.on
SH..I.KD TKNDRHH, prOMrtf lOdOWtl, will be
rt'i-clved liv (Id* utiiltT-dgoCi-l up to and in
iluilliiK MtiOiluy. tlu* lilt.-iiili Oclohtir nt'xl, fur
Ilu* tTcctlmi mi.I i*itin|i|i-tiitn nl a t'oiirt IIhiim* nt
Sfls.ui. H.r.
l)r��wliif[K, spMMiiiiMtit.t*,-. Hint rtiii.l iti.nirt nt lender lltld rnlilrtii-l iimv i��- *>.vli at till' I'llllllC
Winks KiiKiinfi's nfflrc Victoria. It. f, and at
Hi*' iil.li .'nf tin* 1 i.n .-in nii'ii l Aki*iiI. Nilhiiii, B.C.,
oil and alter tlie lltli Kt-pteinber next.
fcaeli   tender   limit   lie at ni|.*uletl   with   a
market! chei|iie fnr tlvn (fi) tW( eent. of the a-
llinniit of the U'nderforlhe faithful |m-i li.riiiaine
and <*nin|ilctl(iti "i lhe work.
The I'luMjn-tti of utintieti'ii^ful Jciiderem will l*
returned hi Ihem on the execution of thecou-
The lowutt or auy tender not iiecefl-mrlly accepted.
K, r *ilAU��Mt,
I'ulilK* Workn KiiKlneer.
i-andxaiid Work*. I>e|mrtnii-nt,
Victoria. B t\. rttli HepU'inber, ItNin.
Under find by virtue of the poweri. of ��Hlecnn-
lained In a certain litortKaK-e which will ho pro*
dtiocd at the Uiu* of Halo, there will be offered
for sale by puhlle auction on Saturday the 2yt h
day or October, MOb. at thu hour of vi o'clock
noon, at the Hotel lltimo, corner of Ward and
Vernon streets. NclHOli, II, 0., liy Messrs. t 'lnirle��
A. WaU'nnunA t*o., the followlnif property, vli:
Lots numbers fifteen (l.'i) and sixteen (lti), both
In Hioek number ten (I*), lieliifi |>art of ibu nub
division of I-ot huiiiIht ninety six, Oroup one,
lu the district of Kootenay, Hritish Colmubia,
and known us the Hume addition to Nelson.
K. C , accordinj; to a map or plan deported in
tbe Land Kegistry nlllceand numb*red *_M4 B.
t'li.ui thu aald laiitl li erected a large and commodious dwelling house in ttm-elatm order, with
city water. This property is not far from the
business portion of tbe city.
Terms and condition-- made known at the time
ol Hate or In tho meantime upon application to
Hortngeo'i Bolloitor.
I hited at Nelson the 17th day ol Kept. 1'iKl.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Bhop. A new
lino of Japanese (loods now on sale. All
kinds of Dlnnerware ln stock. I'rt-
Tblrty-tt.ii. Annul Co.t_.-od
American Bankers'
St. Lonis. Mo., Oct. 16-19, 1906
Round trip ralec to 81. Louis
and Chicago ou Hale October
IJth to 13th.
hi. Umls..
Chicago .
��� Juxtt
(ioing transit limit ten dan
from date of Hale. Pinal return
limit November doth, 1906.
Round Trip Rates to Southern
In effect October liTith, 190B, on
sale dally, limited to :t months
from date uf sale.
on Angeles and Santa ilarbara.  Jts.tO
i'asadena  st.10
Hanta Monica faj*
Riverside and Han Rarnardlno.... S9.10
Bedlands  5-.,^
Kor Further Information Apply to
City Passenger Agent.
A U. P. A., Settle.
Tenders addrew*ed Mi the undersigned, at bis
offli* in the Court House, in ilu (iiv of Nelion,
will be received nutill lbe hour of live o'clock tn
the afternoon of Mondav, October l,.th, 1906, for
the purchase of the-Bine Kyed Nellie" Mineral
Claim, Lot'-KM, which w-ta declared forfeited to
th.- crown nt th** Tax Kale held In the i'.ltr o!
NelHon on tbetiih day of November, Hint, for delinquent taxes up llll June :tui b, PiX,. Hml costs.
Tbe upset i.rlee upon the said mineral claim,
which includes the amount of dc)(n<-uent tuxes
antl costs ut Ihe time of forfeiture, with inlereat;
taxes which have slue*; accrued; and fee for
crown ifranl, Is ��vj ir., uhieh l* lhe least amount
lhat will be OoiiKidered m a lender.
meb tender muit be ucirompanied bv au ac-
eepled eheijiie, payable to the order of tne Uepu-
\t 0 nisslouerof Undsand Works, at par at
Victoria, it. C , for the amount tendered.
(loverumeiil .Went, Nelson, B. 0.
Italed al Nelson, ll. 1:, this IL'th
dnv of September. 1WW.
Tenders will be received up to October 10, ItOt,
for lhe continuation of the Highlander tunnel
at Alnsworth, Nrltlsh Columbia, ioradistanco
of 1,1.1s) feet. Tunnel to U-a crosscut and seven
and one naif bv live and one half leet In tbe
eloar. The tunnel Is now lu 'J.t'-ui feet. I'i pe and
rails will be furnished by tbe company. Air
power with 7o Ilm. pressure available. Contractors blildiiiK must give satisfactory asHiiraneoa
of the eomidetlonof contract, itbfs may be for
either hand or machine work. Full particulars
upon application. The lowest or any tender uot
necessarily accepted, ilroiind may helmniccted.
HltiHl.ANliKi; Mll.I. ANI�� MlNINtJ CO.
I. M. HieveiiMUi, Manairef.
Alnsworth, H. C. 1-1(1
Victoria, 1st October, 190*.
Persons intending to offer themselves at the
examination, to Im held this fall, for Provincial
Assayers, aro rennoited to notify the undersigned, mid in lhe event o| a stifllclciit number offering, au uxainliiHtlou will Ih> arranged lor at
Nelsou, B. ii., as well as at Victoria. B. 0.
Oepuiv Minister of Mlnea. w
The Daily Canadian
We are in a position to fill Jewelry orders and give the best satisfaction at the lowest  prices.
OUR NECK CHAINS in solid Gold run from $2.25 up to $6.00 and
$7.00.    Long Gold Chains from $8.00 up to $30.00.
We are always showing something new.
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! Book Ahead For
: Preserving Pears
��� The riph. kind art* Boaroe. We
4 have a nice lot of local linrtlotrs
J   antl Flemish Beauties rn arrive.
Lowost market prioefl gaaranteed.
| Bell Trading
| Company
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Coal and
Telephone 265
Something Nice I
Something Tasty!.'
40 cts. a pound.
I Joy's Cash Grocery j
(Jor.Jom-plitiiPHHil Mill Htn,      I'hoiic ll1
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch aud
Bunt Bnlldan will ttnd it to their advantage tn usi' ssur Pitoh.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
"Maple Leaf" Brand.
I'MFOKM BURNING ti lho moil im
poriant fautor whet blullog OH h large
tetXe, "Majiic tfltti" brand li clatmtd
mpsrlor in tlii" raapoot.
Comparliooi with other duIcm invited.
Sole Atsnt. Nttlwsn, B.C.
I lb. box   -   50c
1-2 lb. box -   30c
T.n*1*' gOOdl  nre  ru  ti lit* n>   tin* note cspi'tiMvi
kinds, tin* only difference! is the imeicti_..
TRY A box.
Phone -,"s. Baker St.
Next P. Burns sfc Co.
Cor. V-rnon nnd Ward  StrtsetH,
,1  FRED HUME. Propriejor,
F. W. Aylmer, Golden: J, W, Collie,
A. B*. Bates, Harold Wright, .1. It
Read, Vancouver; C. K. Nelson. Xew
Denver; (! A. Young. Toronto; ll. W,
Warrington, II. J. Sutley, Martin Burrell, Grand Forks; A. Johnson, Revel-
Btoke; M. It .lames. 11. _. Hess. To-
ronto; E. w Ftaiwson, E. A, Fte, Vancouver; S. Patterson. Rossland; K.
Klrkham and wife, Calgary; E. J.
Blaqueer, Amberst; X. A. Cameron,
Montreal; W. J. Nelson, Winnipeg; C.
E. Legg. Spokane.
II. C. Ilsillls. Cincinnati;  A. tl. Creel
man. Rossland;  G. F. Ingraham, Spo-
kam-:   it. Jabbe,    Vancouver;    s.    H.
1 B,  Hamilton;    A.  U. Wheeler   and
wife, Alnsworth; it. 10. Sharp. W. C.
Ousels .s, Winnipeg; A. O. Sutton,
Grand Forks; F. H. Farmer, Hamilton;
A. II MacNelll, Rossland; J, A. 'Jay-
lor, Arrowheal,
A. F. Berry, Rosslanl; .las. McFar-
lane, Pilol Hay; ,Ias. Mollis and wife.
Vancouver; .Mrs. Irwin. .Miss Irwin,
Aberdeen; Mrs. D. L. King. Spokane;
11. II. Smith. E, Brunnell, Rossland;
c ll Devlin, B. It. Iliekie. Winnipeg;
R. Barker, Toronto; F. It. .tones. Colville: A. F. Berry, Rossland; T. Foul-
Bton, Boundary Falls; E. S. Emhree,
.1 li Housberger, Grand Forks; W. It.
Ilsslslis, Jr., Vancouver.
J.  E.  Knight.  La Plata;   W. O. Adams, Kinlherley.
S   Sayward, Fish Lake:  Harry Red-
mils-, Glace Bay;  VV. McLean, wife and
children, A. Iluffalo, O, Norman, Alnsworth; ,1, Farrell, Vancouver.
a  B, Gerand, Summit; c. Campbell,
.1. Trotter, Sauclan.
Ii   Fiilisiisii'.  La   Plata:  (;.  W. Eust-
..brooks, .las.  Murray,  Moyle.
A. P. Lanten-hleger, 0. Kalgee, En-
dlcot; w. Davidson, Sandan; W. .1
Brodle, liaitlefoid: Dmll Larson,
Phoenix; it. Paton, G. Camp. Long-
ford .Mills: I-'. G. McXees, Crow's Neat!
Miss Carter, Saokvllle; Miss Walker
Calgary; G. E. Molr, Winnipeg; T. M.
Bouthmayd, A .V. McDonald. Suokane.
II Williams, Thirteen Mile Poini;
-l. M. Lee, Arlington; A. Vlaln, Coal
('reek; A. Marchi-ssiiuli. Tabor,
.1. Adams. Slocan Junction; 0, Ellis
Crestoni s, B O'Rourk, Halifax; v
Dynes. Qreenwood; J. A. Hermansen,
Phoenix; 0. Polllok, W, Polliok, Rossland.
Potter & Cummings
00 MKN, sit  L-, fsss   work lis Hit- svsssiils,.   ADD-,
in w. K, Cooke,wwmlll, Kmlo.
LADY HTKNiiilli.M'IIKIl lor inultlou lacoualry.
(...... * tiiisiis- wins employer, iismiiv    a ,��i��fy
III.I   W.,  I  ...1H.I il...
UTHII.MK.N, Mill IIisii.Imiiii! Logging Cssnlrai-liirss,
sii.si K-ginoar   wattsbUH Lumbor i;ss., iis-m
I riilllirssstk. li. C
Horn, In Nelson last night, to the
wife of J. C. Thclin, a daughter.
Mrs. George Hunter and family returned from a three-mouths' visit to
the East  Saturday evening.
s'OMI'KTKNT   NUB8I    UI-.L.    Kit-.'   s-lsllslrssi,
Apply tiux ma.
J. A. Alkma-n will leave tomorrow
for Regina, where he will join Claude
Anisdeu's comic opera company as advance agent.
W. I',. Oiiselsy, claim agent of the
C. P, R. company, Is in the city ou a
visit. He lias no claims to answer iu
this district at present.
Friday evening ssf this week is tbe
slats- of the concert under 80,000 club
auspices of the Philharmonic Con-art
company and orchestra.
J. Y. Griffin, who has been looking
after his numerous interests in X'elson
for the last two days, leaves for Vancouver tomorrow morning.
Local police circles are very unlet
at present. There has been only a trivial case���of a "frequenter"��� iu tin-
lost week. The docket wus blank this
The London price of lead jumped
four points today, lt Is now ��ly 5s,
52 points ubove tlie Canadian bounty
price. Copper advanced three points
and Is now 19%c. Silver and zinc aro
unchanged since Saturday,
The premises on the corner of Ward
ami linker streeis. lately vacated by
the Great Northern Railway company,
are being fitted up for the Yale-Koot-
enay Ice, Fuel ii Poultry company,
which has lately taken over the business of w. i'. Tlerney,
The regular meeting of the board of
trade will be held in the board rooms
Thursday evening at 8:80. The chief
.business will be the consideration of
a complaint from A. Macdonald & Co.
or discriminating freight rates to the
detriment of their Nelson business.
'I'he Churchmen's club of St. Saviour's church will meet in the mission room this evening ut S o'clock.
l-.'ls-ssii-sns wiil be held of officers for
the season. A debate on the Chinese
Immigration question will take the
place of a program. Refreshments
will ne served later. A good attendance is hoped for, as the season's program will be considered.
All Odd Fellows aud their wives aud
all members of Rebekah lodge, No. IC,
I. o. O. F., are requested to assemble
in Ihe lodge room Tuesday evening at
S o'clock, the occasion being the celebration of the fifty-fifth anniversary
of Uie Rebekah dogree. The members
of Queen City Rebekah lodge are entitled to bring any members of their
family and one friend.
The mother of Raymond Lehr, the
young cornetist of the Philharmonic
Concert company, is Intensely fond of
the cornet and determined that both
of hor sons should study that inslru-
ment ut an early ago. So that there
are in that family two cornet wonders,
ut the ages of 1. and 14, and only a
short time ugo they belonged to the
famous Ohio state ban.1 us cornet soloists, all of which mujt havi offered
the public an unusual sight when the
band appeared on  parade.
Mining Records.
Certificates of assessment work
were Issued: To E. H. Stanley, on thu
Durango; to J, Hubbard, on the Shamrock; to M. Egan, on the Queen Victoria Fractional; to J. sturgeon, on
the Duluth. Duluth Extension aud
Price of Metals.
New  York,    Oct.  ��.-Silver,
copper. l'.i%c: lead, 15.75.
London, Dot, 8.���-Silver,   Bl
1 lit 5s;   -Inc.   .L.7 Ills.
The Store of Quality
40 Cents per Pound
In order to clnnr out this line
we uns reducing tbe price to
400, We only have a limited
quantity so don't ddlay ordering if you want any.
K. W. C. Block . Phono 10.
20 cents per pound.
First of the season.
Fresh Smoked Halibut and
Kippers received today.
Limbifrger and Swiss Cheese
Cm A* Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine Sta.
PHONE   7.
A Really Good
Typewriter Carbon Paper
That  la what  our  "Standard"   Carbon Paper In.
It  kivos    a clear, dean    copy    and
wears well.
Per Box    $2.75
Five-Box Lots, per box $2.25
Ten-Box Lots, per box   $1.95
Phone or write us for a Bample hex.
W. G. Thomson
&S'_aKB "Dd Nelson, B. C.
Phone 3-4.
Swiss        ra^fl
Cream    factory
Put up in _>lb. Tins
35 cents.
Telephone lti I.
Funeral ot Edward Brown.
The funeral of the late Edward
llrown took place yesterday afternoon
front his residence, BldgSWOOd avenue,
Thc services at the house were con-
ducted by Rev. R. Newton Powell. Tho
membors of thc Masonic lodcc and of
the Fraternal Order of EaKles attended in a body. There were many beautiful wreaths and other floral tributes
from the Masons, the Eagles, the Ladies of the Maccabees, the Dominion
Express company staff, and more than
llll others from individual relations
ami friends.
The pallbearers were E. A. Crease,
George Johnstone, I). O. Kurtz. \V. S.
Pcarcy, W. Irvine nnd John Hamilton,
The deceased was u member of Corinthian lodge, A. _, & A. M.. of London,
Out. The Masonic funeral service
was conducted by Worshipful Master
Dr. Hall.
The deceased leaves n widow and
iwo children, aged respectively 7 and
*  years.      Ills brother,    Wallace, re.
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For Fall Planting for
Home and Garden
Canada Drug & Book Co's
....Cash Stores....
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frott, Fuel
& Poultry Co., Ltd.
Deliveries made daily throuphout Nelsou
and it* flulmrbs. Plume 1.8.
How    About   Your
Quns -and
Ammunition ?
Wc have I'ilcy's, Kyuock's, Win-
nlieKttT, and Cogswell &,
Hurrittou V
Loaded Shot Shells
Kyii.wk'n, Wifldhester and
Rifle and Pistol Cartridges
Hunting Knives, Wailing, Belts,
Cuuts, Punts, etc.
Nelson Hardware Co.
Box 631       Nclmin, ll. C.
sides in Nelson. Ills mother nnd other members of (he family reside now
in Toronto. ,
Mrs. Ilrowu desires to express her
gratitude to Ihe many friends far sympathy and kindness shown In her bereavement, and Mr. Wallace llrown desires lo make particular reference to
the thoughtful attention of the physicians anil nurses who cared for lhe
deceased brother while In lhe hospital.
Trains and Boats,
('row boal���Oue hour late.
Blooan  truin���Half  hour  bile,
('oast. Boundary  and  Itossland train
-tin time.
f of You
Is your daughter growing up without musical training?
What effocl will the loss of the
presenl gulden days have on her  future?
Are you doing your duly In saving
���iiixi year" every time your family
wishes  fol   a   piano?
Very Easy Terms
Mason & Risch Piano Co'y, Limited
Will Buy a Comfortable 4-Room Cottage
ou Silica street, close in.    Kasy payments.
TOYE & CO., ��__8
Watches! Watches!
Wo are Headquarter! for the _<�����[
American Watches manufactured. VVe
ure making every efTort to moet Ui0
requirement of railroad  inon..
J. J. WALKER, ^-^S^
Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty
BheetmetaJ Work, Castings, Builders' Material uml Miniug uud Mill Massliiin.-.
Ofiioe and Works Foo* of Park St.
I'hiinc    2(>4,
,MA\AI il   U.
\i.*lKI��ll.    H. Qf
Starkey & Co., g3fc��
Wl.olew.iitt PruvUionn,
Products, - Krult.
Dominion Government Creamery Olio-Pound Bricks rswivml weekly frmli
frism tha churn.   For sale by all leading (.Toners.
Offloe and warehouse: Iloushiu Block,   Phone 7!i.
Josephine Street. - Nelson, B. C.
Don't Forget
Ii your furnace In shape to start the winter with?    If   not,  NOW
Is the time to have It repaired.
I E Ashdown Hardware Co., Ltd.
PLEASE NOTE���We will not be responsible for anv furnace not In aii..(.r
by October 1st, 190C.
K-n..ii-i.,_ ,,.,U ,I,,I,I,|M_ tj__,_sut��_ with DoKpiiltls.    -SI.tot MvtH
Work. Mln Ink i.i.iI Mill Muuhlncrv.      Mm...fuel uraris ..(
Orv Gsura,  ki.  U.    Co-it rucl lira'   Curia.
.:or,���.r,���H.:u���d    NEUSOIN,   B. C. linr-
We Will Sell
500 International Coal
10 Marconi, Canadian
1000 Yale-Kootenay ke
9 I-2c
McDermid & McHardy
A large consign- ��j
incut of
BuOfl nnil Lowest iViif's
MANUFACTURERS   J MMk*L^    C*L*        1
AND DEALERS IN   l*ltt\\\X>Zty  -MHIlgleS,
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Windows.
Turned Work and Braek*��<_->. Mail Orders promptly ntteiulril to
 VggWgN gTgBBT   -   .   .   INIil-SOIN, H. O.
Kootenay Ranges
Why do we handle the Famous Kootenay Range?
Bocause we cannot procure a better, taking Into account  design,  workmanship, cooking qualities and price
We will  be pleased to show you Its good points.
Wooi-Vallance Hardware Co'y
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