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Array Jtoilij   ��cmafcian
IE  2.     NO.   24.
NELSON, B. C., TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1907.
Fiftt Cents a Month
'   dY TO RETURN
Ap rils From Courts to
Public Opinion
MR. EHNERSON TALKS
Considers  Himsdf   Vindicated  and
Now Awaits Decision of Sir Wilfrid���Pugsley  Is  Loyal.
Toronto, July *.���Hon, II 1'.. Kminep
M>n will not retire (rum public lire.
He will return Lo lire cabinet imtni-di
ately, If Sir  Wilfrid   Laartof calls hlnr.
He plans In uny .vent to retain his
scat in  tilt' bouse of commons.
1   mist   I   am  not   ,1-11.1;.   in hoping
that  there are yet  many   years of Ofle-
1..   my   country   before   me."  he
ob erred  this illuming.
Mr KiiiiiKiwiii Is now awaiting the
return ol Sir Wilfrid l.aurier.
"80 Tar as my return to the cublnel
i. concerned." be said, in letpon** to
an Inquiry, thai is entirely In the band*
.f lb.- premier. I have left blni entirely
ii... to do whatsoever he deems Is right
and host."
III.- i* minister of  railways does  not
..���   1. Ipata that there will  be any delu>
.   pari of Sir Wilfrid In completing
i!,.   construction of lil* cabinet on his
So  far AM  his own ease  is  eon
remed. Mr. KiiimerTsui regards the Issue
t lie facta as practically settled.
If  llo-   ease  dragged   our   till   dooms-
he   remarked.     In   Ihe   discussion
.01.1   solution of  legal   t4*chtilcnlltit��.  It
r-ould n.ake no difference as to the facts
I hat   wan my  desire in   placing  'be e\i
:��� in ���    before the public at  the earliest
opportunity.    The whole story his now
given iu evidence.    1 have no fear
verdict   of I be   public."
Then   If   the  premier   recalls   you   tu
your   portfolio,   you   will    ifjailin*   your
work   a'   once?"     Mr.     Ennuerson  wan
asked,
Assurodly. 1 confess to having some
vi rj ��� xtensfve plans iu relation to the
Intercolonial railway, which 1 had lev -i
to consuuiate. There Is. I have no doubt.
great future for that railway. 1 have
i lanrted to rulso it to the imsltlnn of
being a credit and a pride -as well as a
revenue producer���to ihe whole Domtn
i"ii. instead of being n reproach. The
��� 1,11,, ��;>tem should be extended all.I
developed, and new lines added, and
1 1 - r ��� .-1 ��� ��� r facilities for the profitable
handling of fieigbr aeoared We oav* a
KM it Dominion and a well handled gov
ernment-oeraod railroad has a wonder
rul finur.- before II."
'Then you favor a development of the
public ownership idea In relation to our
railways?"
"Yes/ replied Mr Kmnterson, "There
are always difficulties which must !>���
in. t am) ,vlls which must be guarded
against, but. given an honest and cup
able administration of its business, the
public-owned railway must, in the final
analysis,  prove  the   most   profitable to
Ihl    OOUntry       II   BUM,   however,   be   con
'In :ted on tnc same business basis as
'h.,-e which realize such enormous pro
Ills for the corporate owned roads."
In view of his knowledge of the facts
In tin- case and his anxiety to develop
tire large plans of railway admlrrlstra
lion wnlch he bad In view, Mr. Kmmer
son was asked why be had deemed II
advisable to tender Mb resignation.
Soli ly from consideration of Sir
wiifrbi 1,auiier and his administration,"
he replied. "When first Mr. Bourn***
and ethers alluded to a rumor to the
effect thai a cabinet minister had been
ejected from 11 hotel. 1 had not the
faintest conception thai It was possible
they could be alluding to me. ns I bad
never had such an experience. When
this paper came out and charged It
against me. 10 any I w-as amazed would
l��- 10 put (t mildly
My action was precipitated by the lead
ing   Liberal   organ,   which   came  out   ill-
mow immediately with an article say
ing some Investigation should be made.
I thought If this view was held by
Liberals generally It was my duty to
aid them. Then, too, I did not want
sir Wilfrid to go 10 Knglaud under any
sort of a cloud, no matter bow false 11
mlihl in-, ami I wanted to leave bin
bands and the bands of his coll, amies
free in every way. 80 I went to blni
frankly and staled thai my resignation
wiib In his hands, and Hint 1 would, at
as early a date as tiossihlc. place the
facts In evidence before Ihe public
through the proper channel."
"Then (be supposition���or understand/
lug���reached then was that, this being
'lone, yon would return to the cablnel?"
Mr. Kmmorsnn was asked.
"That mav have been though! or. but
I Insisted on having Sir Wilfrid entire
ly 1 tee in Up. whole matter."
The ex-mlnlider was asked concern
Inn the repea'ed rumor that ex-Premier
Pugsley  wax  preparing In sucr d  bint
"Not  at  all," replied  Mr.  Ktnmerson.
I believe Dr. 1'Utsley to be loyal to me
In every way. Kvon, In his own interim b,  he could   not   be  otherwise.    He
cruld root rise in Liberalism over my
ruin, nor, I am satisfied, does he want
Jo In our province it would be fatal lo
linn to lake such a step, and I inn sure
be nevi r win. u,-. pugtrley win not sue
Deed me. I have entrusted him wiib the
rullest confidence in Ihe case mid 1
know he  is loyal  10 me."
Mr. Btnmerson expressed jraUflcatlon
at the general public expressions of eon-
Odenoe he has been receiving from all
parts of the Dominion. Prom bis own
province, In particular, be says he has
s reply been deluged with messages of
confidence and esteem, which be prizes
very highly,
"Those who know me." he said, "aro
better abb- to understand the ctrcutn
stances My action* in aiding Wends in
trouble may not ban- been polltlcallj
discreet   bill thi' ladles were ladies held
in the highest , steam, constituent* and
friends of my own. ami ordinary corn
tesy demanded that  1 should do some
tlilnu to assist them In their distress,
whether they   were  wine In  leaving the
hoiei as was done or not As I said, 1 am
quite satisfied to leave the whob- matter to the lodgment of the unprejudiced
manly men and womanly women of
Canada."
Garibaldi's Last Will.
Home, July 2.���Or the several wills In
the band writing of Culseppl fianbaldl,
the Italian liberator, found recently al
Leghorn, the instrument bearing the lat
est date contains the request that his
remains be Incinerated on the Island of
t'nprel, bis home, at a spot marked with
a stakefc and that his ashes then be interred in the Janlcultim, In Rome, near
his eriuestiian statue A bill was Introduced in the chamber of deputies yes
terday to exhume the remains of the
lllierator and comply with bis last request, on condition that his family con
Bent.
HE WAS MISRtPORTED
W.   J.   Brandrith   Explains   Remarks   on
Fruit   Prospects   Quoted   In
Coast  Papers.
W .1 Brandrith, secretary of ihe Hrlt-
Ish Columbia Fruit Growers' Assocla-
II. n. spent yesterday In the city. Seen
b\ a representative of The Dally Canadian in regard to the remarks lately at*
trthutcd to Din in a Vancouver paper,
Mr.   lirandrith  said:
"The statements attributed to me are
a very isior representations of what 1
actually said. All the nally Important
purls  were omitted  in some  way.
"1 did say that frost and drought
had done considerable damage to this
fear** fruit crop iii the province generally
"1 also said that Onanuguii ,n-<,t-��
would probably be ihe heaviest loser.
"1 specifically excluded Kootenay
from the application of my remarks,
which unfortunately was noi reported.
"I also said, as 1 am glad to see that
The Dairy Canadian has said, that the
increased number of  trees in bearing
this nar would more than make up the
deficiency, and that the total product
would not be leas thfu last year's, and
all that  has !wcn omitted.
"As ar official of a provincial organ
Izallon It Is not my business, nor my
wish, to praise one district at another's
expense. When 1 do give any information to the public I try to give it correctly. I am sorry tliat the unfortunate
way in which I wan reported put you in
Kootenay to the trouble of correcting
a possible talse Impression."
CABRERA   EVIDENTLY   ALIVE
Chaos   in   Guatemala���160  Citizens   are
Threatened   With   Death.
Mexico City, July 2 ���Word has been
received in Mexico City that President
Cabrera in Guatemala, has caused the
arrest of 1GU citizens of that republic
on the charge of alleged complicity In
the recent attempt to assassinate him.
All weie thrown Into prison and later
herded in squares of 10, and tried In
groupa and many sentenced to death.
Among the prisoner* are some of the
inosr wealthy and prominent men Iu the
country.
The statement Is made that these
men have long been on Cabrera's blacklist nrrd tire charges against them were
irumpeil up for political reasons When
the   news of the  wholesale arrests  was
generally known the diplomatic representatives, with the exception of Philip
\ Brown, the United Stales charge d
affaires     pretested.     N'o   attention   was
paid to these protest* by president Cabrera ''he British minister was thereupon charged wiib di awing up a not-
.letalllng the Incident* of th* trial,
which was characterized as a farce
Tb's nolo Is 10 be sent to Ihe powers.
The despatoh stales Ihal absolute
chaos reign* I" QuatsmaUV Farm bands
rue pressed for military service, an.i
crops   are   rotting   In    the   tielilr
The
,,', are threatened with ruin unless
they contribute to the war fund Troop*
are' hurriedly rushing to the Mexican
frontier and the HondurM-Sau Salvador
borders. Special trains of artillery
luive been sent to Ihe frontier. The legation* are besieged by relatives and
friends of the Imprisoned men who rear
thai tin y will be unceremoniously put
to denth'. The report has caused excitement among Central American resident* in this city and at a muss meeting    held    Sunday   the   malter  was   dl-
CUBBOd.
DOMINION DAY WELL AND DULY OBSERVED
Splendid Programme of Varied Sports Efficiently Carried Out-Visitors Successful in Many Events and Express Appreciation of Treatment.
The celebration of Dominion Day for
the 17th time In the city of Nelson has
been un njlquestioned success. Never
before has the city been so full or visitors nor the expression of appreciation
of the programme and arrangements
been so general.
It Is not claimed, ot course, that nothing -went wrong, but the disappoint
ments were trivial and were generally
borne with perfect good nature.
The band of the Dixie Minstrels
which bad been advertised, by authority, to share with the city band the task
of furnishing muclc, failed to do more
than play in the eatly morning parade,
and again at noon, no more, In tact,
than they would have done ror their
own advertisement had there been no
celebration in progress. Notwithstanding this default, persisted in despite
the remonstances of Secretary George
Horstead, ihe company was well treated by the public. Their evening performance was well patronized by a
crowded house which showed the ap-
pieciatlon the entertainment deserved
aB a nilriBtrel snow. The jokes of the
end men were not all new, but the mil-
ale, vocal and instrumental, and the
dancing, wtire good.
In carrying out the programme ot
sports, too, there were some unfortunate delays, hut they were due to circumstances over which the committee
bad hardly any control. Some atbli ,<-s
were taking part In too many events,
and could not make the performance
continuous. '
The day ojiened with a parade of
children, prettily dressed and gaily decorated, whose appearance was not appreciably marred by Ihe circumstance
that the hand set father too fast a
pace. To many of Nelson's holiday visitors the serried masses ot happy looking youngsters is one or tne greatest attractions.
The regular programme on the recre
ation grounds then began with a game
or baseball between the juniors <>r Nelson and Trail, the teams lieing composed   or:
Nelson���Hard, Loring. Stephens.
I-acey. Salter. Sturgeon, Hunter, Fer-
snson, Hall and  N'ewift.
Trail- -McLeod, cuapumn, Morrow,
Morgan. Truswell, Schwartz. Griffiths.
Drtaooll, Cosgiifr and W. Hrown.
Seven Innings were played, resulting
In a victory for Nelson by ��-5 and an
inmnga to spare. The fielding, with a
few brilliant exceptions, was rather
ragged on both sides. The home team's
victory was due chiefly to Trail's Inability  to bat   Loriug.
While ihe game weut on other s|s>rts
were pulled off on the track. Four
heats were required to decide the horse
race, although the general impression
was lhat had the first heat been as care-
fullv started as the others, three heats
would have Biifflced. The race was won
by Handy, owned by Leslie Steel, with
Lance Gilchrist riding. The chief competitor was Kirk, ridden by Scotty McDonald. In all the heats the finish was
cl, se enough to bring the crowd in the
grand stnnd to its feet.
The half-mile and hurdle races were
uninteresting, being won easily by
l-'oillds and McDonald respectively.
The junior lacrosse match between
Uossland and Nelson was well contested and clean, though naturally a little
slow Jack Fox refereed and had few
penalties to Impose.    The teams were:
Nelson
Uossland
Goal
Watson
.   Jones
Scoley        Drlscoll
Point
llosklns    Griffiths
Cover
llrowu   Cosgrlff
I>efence
K   Scoley   '���   Mndore
Matthew         laggert
Garde       Nordman
Centre
<;rant      Donahue
Home
MidiUeton       Keating
McLood        1'""c?,l,"!!.
Cummins      McDonald
Outside
llovce   	
Inside
Keofe   	
KoBslnnd  won  by 2 goals to  1.
One oi the prettiest events of the
programme was the hub and hub race,
which look place during an Interval in
the junior lacrosse game. The contestants were:
Nelson���.loe Thompson, McDonald,
Brett Sharp, Hell. Davis. Williamson,
Verrinder, Elliot, Houston, Steel, Mc-
Beath, Jeffs, captain.
Kaslo���l.athell. captain. Cbarbonenn,
RobSOn, McDonald. Stralhearn. Poyntz.
Hall. Colvllle. Cody and Boole,
Uosrdnnd, Danduriind, captain, BeOS
ley, Mrrrsden, McLean. Nash. Newltt,
C.lli, Hand, Unymer, Long, llrnkenshlre
and   Walters.
Nelson won decisively on both runs
B protest against the llrHt start having
been  allowed.     ,
The big drawing curd of the day was
of course the senior lacrosse match between   Vancouver   and   NelBon.       The
grand stand   was tilled to the roof, and
in  spite of threatening  weather,  nearly
u thousand inoie sp/ead out round the
grounds.    The teams lined up:
Nelson Vancouver
Goal
Miller       Gibbons
Point
Jeffs       Clarkson
Cover
Jeffs, 0   Burns
Derence
Springer      Ritchie
Deacon       West
Williamson     Fowler
Centre
Thompson      Cameron
Home
McQueen      Cowan
Steel   Jamieson
tiurns       Kirk
Outside
Deheck     Douglas
Inside
MatthewB   Godtrey
Three ol Vancouver's players were Intermediates.
Charlie Bennett, who is a veteran or
Eastern lacrosse, made an impartial and
efficient rereree under circumstances
that were at times trying.
Nelaon scored a goal in the first quarter and exhausted themselves in doing
it. They had the heavier team and
were as fast as their opponents, but as
the ground became slippery they loat
confidence, forgot their combination and
generally went to pieces. Vancouver
played a fust and clever game and fu)
ly earned their decisive victory. Three
of their six goals came in rapid succession in the last quarter. Nelson scored
only  two. both in the first halt.
The second -junior baseball game,
against Kaslo followed. The Kaslo team
was composed or: Carney, McKinney,
Weir, Tappenalla, 4Jeate, Hlackwell.
Ware and Hartin.
This game also resulted in 9-5 in favor ot Nelaon.
Meanwhile the water sports were in
progress. They proved lully as great
an attraction as was exiiected. The
launch races were well managed. The
winners were:
17-foot class���Dr.   Hawkey.
21-fott  class���G.   P.   Wells.
26-root   class���E.   W.   Monk.
Over 26 feet���L.   B. deVeber and  F.
L. llammoud.
Other water events were won as follows.
Log rolling���jae��   Wimi 1,
Single sculls, Blanchard Johnstone.
Canoe, mixed doubles���Mr.  and   Miss
Fernau.
Swimming���S. C. Step.
The firemen's wet test came off on
Baker street between 7 and 8 p. m.
Uossland got drat in 28 3-5 seconds.
Kaslo second in 30. Nelson made the
beBt time but the water was too fast
for the nozile.
In the evening the opera house was
crowded, the dance In the armory was
well attended, and large crowds remained on the streets watching fireworks and enjoying the general animation and mirth.
Today's Events.
This morning the recreation ground
was again the scene of activity. The
programme consisted of an open horse
race in heats, and the Caledonian
sports.
Two heats were enough to decide the
horse race. There were three entries:
Ia-slte S'.eel's Mandy, George Ferguson's Fire Valley Girl, and a gray outsider. The gray is generally believed
to be the fastest of the three but the
rider failed each time to hold his mount
to the truck. Mandy. splendidly ridden
by Lance Gilchrist, was an easy winner.
The Caledonian sports formed a triumphant procession for J. J. McDonald.
He won the 50-yards race easily with
G. Paris second, the 100-yards repeating
the order; In the 220 McDonald was
again first with Charlie Brett second.
The high jump went to McDonald with
5 it. 2 in., Brett second. In the pole
vaulting McDonald lett his competitors
nt 7 it. 6 In., Brett being second. McDonald then gave an exhibition vault oi
?. rt. He also won the broad Jump with
18  U. 0 in., Jumping 20 ft. 2in. later.
No entries were received for the fat
man's race, but the race for men of 50
vears and over drew four contestants.
J. H. Wallnce, Capt. Gore. R. G. Webb
and It. Held; J. H. Wallace won. with
Capt. Gore a good second.
Football.
The Association football match be-
1 ween Nelson and Coal Creek tenmB began fairly promptly. Aa an exhibition
of the game 1b was excellent, but the
reBult was a grievous disappointment
to the supports of the home team. The
line-up was:
NelBon Coal Creek
Goal
Emmerson     McDonald
Backs
Bourke       Allen
Hall     McFegen
Gill    McOechle
Half-Hacks
Harper       Kelloch
Cory      Pnge
Forwnrds
Brott       Mulgrow
Sadler    Linton
Berkmar         Banns
Taylor       Chambers
Cox   Hanson
F. B. Hawthorne acted as referee and
his decisions were never questioned.
The game was pretty and clean. The
story was like that of yeBterday'B lacrosse. NelBon has good individual
players but no team. They showed little combination in either attack or defence. Coal Creek's goals, three, were
scored by Banns, Mulgrew and Chambers.    Nelson was only dangerous once.
The log-chopping contest was won by
G. Watson, with Jack Dunn second.
There were four entries.
The return lacrosse match between
Vancouver and Nelson was late in starting, and is in progress as The Daily
Canadian goeB to press.
Water Carnival.
The closing event of the celebration
���is expected to be one of the best features. The water carnival will consist of
a grand illuminated parade of launches,
rowhoats and canoes.
NELSON THE FAVORITE.
Picked  by  Seattle Sports  for  Winners
of Junior  Fours.
G. C Hodge Informed The Daily Canadian by a message telephoned from
Seattle at 1:30 p. m today that Nelson
is picked as the winner of the Junior
fours. All the crews are practising regularly, and experts who have watched
them   all   pick   Nelson.
Mr. Hodge adds that the boys are in
splendid form and should wiu, barring
accidents. He also says that if they
win the junior fours, tjjfeir chances in
the seniors will be excellent, their only
formidable opponent being Portland.
The praises of the Nelson oarsmen
take up a lot of space In the sporfing
columns of the Post-Intelligencer and
other Seattle papers.
The prospects of Nelson for the senior singles, and senior and junior doubles are also considered  very  fair.
The Daily Canadian tomorrow will
contain a report of all races flnshed at
the hour of going to press.
Held up by Highwaymen.
New York, July 2.���xit-.vs. is* sal liisjh.
waymen on a lonely road near Richmond Hill, L. I., a man supposed to be
Christopher Hraas, a farmer, was murdered and robbed early today while driving home from market. Evidences along
the roadside showed that the farmer
had made a desperate light tor his life
and that the highwaymen finally shot
him. One of the pockets of the dead
man was turned inside out and only one
dollar, which the robbers had evidently
overlooked, was found on the body. Papers found on the body showed that the
man had been paid J30 for produce, delivered at market last night. Another
farmer says lhat an attempt was made
to hold him up early today by three men
but that he whipped his horses and got
away.
Von Sternburg Returning.
Berlin, July 2. ��� Ambassador von
Sternburg was among the passengers
from Hamburg for New York today on
the North German Lloyd steamer Kron-
prniz Wllhelm. So far as can be learned
here there is nothing to substantiate the
reports recently circulated that the ambassador was about to rtlre. It Is generally believed that he will serve at
Washington at least another year.
senger of the Allan Line office, was
jostled and robbed of $1,500 as he was
entering the company's office. There
were three in the gang and all escaped.
Murray had just drawn the money from
the Merchant's bank.
Toronto Man Murdered.
Toronto, July 2.���New York advices
say that Sidney Moss, a manufacturers'
agent of Toronto, may have been robbed and murdered in New York. His
coat and vest and empty wallet have
b-en found in an apartment house. He
was to have sailed for Knglaud but
steamship people say he did not.
Ontario  Pioneer.
St. ThomriB, July 2.���The death occurred of Matthew Gilbert In his 8Stb
year at the home he has occupied for
the past 76 years. He survived his live
sons, although all attained manhood. He
had been councillor and reeve, and from
18U1 acted as magistrate.
Laurlor Sail* on the 12th.
Quebec, .Inly 2.���Dr. Cote, president
of the reception committee to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, has received the lollowlng
cable: "Paris, June 28.���Dr. Cote: Entirely at the disposal or ray friends. I
sail  from Llveriiool on July 12th.
"(Signed) LAURIER."
Work First, Agree After.
New York, July 2.���The work of
cleaning up the rotten garbage piles in
the streets to prevent a jiosslble epidemic was commenced with vigor today when all the striking garbnge drivers leiurned lo wor-k after a strike of a
week. The men called the Btrike off
late yesterday when told their grlev-
anves would not be considered try the
municipal government unless they first
returned to work. Several days may
be required to clear the city streets of
filth and refuse, and until that work is
completed the strikebreakers will aid
the regular drivers in the work. It has
been agreed that the strikers will get
their old places hack.
Drowned at New Llskeard.
North Bay, July 2.���James R. Meagher was drowned at New Llskeard while
canoeing on the Wabl. He came from
Pembroke two years ago. A sudden attack of heart trouble caused the catastrophe, t
Price* of Metals.
New York, July 2.���Silver, 61%c;
copper, 21%c; lead, $575.
London, dune 29.���Silver, 31 l-16d;
lead  ��20, 15s.
Roll  Call.
Listowel, Ont. July 2.���Adam Menzie,
a    well-known    farmer,    dropped    dead
while at dinner.
STATE THBJECT
No Basis Laid for Charge
of Conspiracy
BIG AUTOMOBILE EVENT
French Grand Prix Won by Nazarro, an
Italian Motorist���Many  Entries
and Accidents.
Paris, July 2.���The eyes of automobile enthusiasts everywhere are turned
today toward the famous seashore town
of Dieppe, in which vicinity the Grand
Prix race is being contested over a 50-
mile course, the same as was used for
the ��ace of last year. The race itself
holds front rank among the automobtlle
events of the year, and the present contest promies to eclipse all of its predecessors, not only in the number of contestants, but in the variety of machines
taking part and possibly in the matter
of  speed records.
There are 17 makes of cars in the
race and 37 starters. The cars represented by complete teams are the Renault, Paahard, CJwmni Hayard. Bar-
racq, De Dietrich, Urasier, Montobloc,
Carnuvla and Mercedes.
The only American in the race Is
Walter Christie of New York. He has
the only front-driver racer in the contest and also the only racing machine
constructed on that type that has ever
been entered in an European automobile race.
Lancia of the Italian Fiat team, and
Sisz of the Renault team, the winner
of the race last year, are the favorites
in the betting. Other well-known drivers in the race are Wagner, Duray,
George Heath, Werner, Gabriel and
DeniGgeot, all of whom have been seen
in the Vanderbtlt Cup and Ormond
Beach events in America.
Dieppe, July 2.���Glorious sunshine
graced the start of the Grand Prix automobile raco today. Fifty thousand
persons massed in and around the tribune saw the machines bolt forward on
their dizzy journey, while 15,000 others
were concentrated in other villages
along the route to view the race. The
roadway dried up nicely during the
night and As the start was made looked
to be very nice. Before going to the
post the pilots of several of the most
powerful machines were doubtful as to
whether they would be able to complete
the course with the amount of gasoline
allowed them: the betting odds on the
flat cars lengthened on this account.
Some of the experts even went so far
as to predict that a third of the entries
would be stranded on the roadside before the race was finished.
DEFENCE'S CHIEF HOPE
Evident Plea of Justification or of
Murder of Steuncnbcrg as Act
of Hlne Owners.
Boise, July 2.���Commencing the seventh day of direct examination of its
witnesses today, the defence in the
trial of William D. Haywood bids fair
to exceed by several dayB its promise
to close within eight days after the
opening speeches. The foundation laid
by the testimony of the former stenographer of the Pinkerton agency, who,
to use his own words, "gave back to the
rightful owners," the secrets entrusted
to him by his employers, was used, and
on it was built the structure by which
the defence hopes to convince the Jury
and the public that there has been a
widespread conspiracy to wreck the
Western Federation and convict its
officers of murder.
The counsel for defence claim that
they can show a conspiracy extending
throughout many states in the union
and Intended to affect union labor
everywhere, and they propose to get the
whole thing before the Jury.
Counsel for the prosecution take the
ground that the matter introduced so
far failed to show that the Pinkertons
were employed or retained by the mine
owners or the citizens' alliance of Colorado. Consequently, they say that the
foundation not having been laid for the
conspiracy which the defence has alleged, they will resist any further introduction of similar evidence as to conspiracy in any other state.
If the defence can close by the end
of this week it is possible that Haywood
and Moyer will take the stand on Friday and Saturday, but as the Haywood
statement and cross-examination is expected to take up at least a couple of
days, the direct testimony for the defence is not expected to close before
Monday or Tuesday of next week.
The Haywood trial wad- resumed at
the usual hour today. Match was called
by the defence as the first witness of
the day.
Allans'   Messenger   Robbed.
Montreal,  .Inly   2.���The     information
was Riven out lhat Gerald Murray, nies-
Dleppe. Race Course. July 2.���With a
wonderful display of coolness, nerve
and endurance. Nazarro, the Italiau
champion, today capturod the auto
Grand Prix at an average Bpeed of 113
kilometers 600 meters par hour, breaking the world's record. The pace was
killlriK from the start, leaving a score of
cars hopelessly beaten before the second round was ended. The only serious
accident reported was that of a man
who was dangerously injured by the explosion of a tire of .lenatzy's car. The
race was full of surprises. Nazarro w��
whs not prominent early in the contest.
Lancia took the first three laps but
when he broke down at the third lap
and surrendered the lead to Duray, the
latter, as he relied off lap after lap
under 40 minutes looked an easy win
ner, but on entering the ninth round a
broken bearing put his car out of action
and he was forced to retire. In the
meantime Naznrro. riding like a Demon
brrt cool and steady, overhauled Lands,
and when Duray dropped out he continued unheeded to the finish. Sslsx
ciime up from the ruck and made a gallant hut availing effort during the last
two laps to overtake the flying leader.
Lunula gave up In the final round, permitting Boras to finish third.
URGE SANER DIETING.
Convention of British Doctor* Speak of
Simplicity in Food.
London, July 2.���A gathering of great
doctors, under the presidency of the
Lord Mayor, urged upon the fashionably
dressed audience at the Mansion House
the advisability of a simple diet for the
rich and poor. So far as the rich were
concerned the 214 existing different
kinds of soup and 530 different ways of
dressing chicken were referred to scornfully, while iu the case of the poor
their unintentionally extravagant choice
of improper food was exampled by
showing that they sometimes spent
sevenpence for food, the equivalent of
which could be bought for four-pence.
Sir James Crichton-Browne, whose authority is great in almost every branch
of pathology and hygiene, maintained
that wage-earners spent far too much
for food. Of the millions who were on
the verge of starvation many were so
because tbey did not make the best of
their resources. It was necessary to
educate the poor in regard to really
cheap food, to teach them how to make
it palatable, and to serve it daintily.
Feeding, he said, was belter than education. He deplored the disuse of oatmeal in England, asserting that a small
plate of porridge was equal In proteld
value to two thick slices of a four-pound
loaf. He contended that the rich would
greatly benefit in health by treating viands more simply. Habit in private life
seemed to favor klckshawB, and, he added contemptously, that patent sauces
were now only second In popularity to
patent pillis.
Other leading phyBlclana spoke, and
the meeting with acclaim carried a resolution to establish a body of health visitors    to    co-operate  with  the  medical
health officers, and  to spread information about food.    The  meeting was to
I a great extent the apotheosis of whole
I meal bread.    A great number of whole
I wheat    preparations    were    exhibited-
���Everybody loaded it with praise. Other
foods boomed by the learned speakers
comprised lentils, cheap dripping, treacle and herring, the laat being described
as being splendidly nutritious. Colonial
meat was approved, hut M,li^fl hTf1w* tli"
celved few good words while eggs, from
an economic viewpoint, were declared
to bejextravagant. costing far more than
they  were worth.
Ltave Honolulu far B. C.
Honolulu, July 2���Arrangements are
being made to charier steamship*, each
of which will carry 200 Japanese from
Honolulu   to Victoria. The Daily Canadian
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alld.
Tuesday,   July   2nd,   1907.
DELVING   IN   THE   PAST.
The reversion lo undent battle-cries
by Liberals is not a local attack. Not
only the Machine press in all parts of
the country, bul even Liberal cabinet
ministers seem In Mini their only solace
from present disgrace ant] impending
disaster in reviewing ihe shibboleths
of a former age. in discussing two
such ebullitions tin- Toronto News remarks:
The speeches delivered at .Newmarket
the other day hail a curious flavor of
mouldy rhetoric. Mr. Aylesworth Bayed
the i'aniily Compact, whoso deeds
passed into history two generations a&o,
and Mr. Lemleux, of whom this province knows little, and nothing at all to
his discredit, made the familiar appeal
for Kood relation* between {Trench And
English. This note was also dominant
in Mr. Aylesworilr's address, and, of
course, was buttressed with high eulogy
of Sir Wilfrid Laurler. In the United
States they waved the "bloody shirt*'
for 25 years after the civil War. anil
notwithstanding thai this confederation
l- nearly -in year* old. we continue to
make tin- s| che* of afcQee, and Car-
tii r- and Macilnnalil. This species of
apppeal has became the chief equipment of the Laurler school, und one
would BUppnse tliat the French and
rffingllah win- at one another's throat*,
and   that   tin-   whole  lanrl   ran   red  with
blood until sir Wilfrid Laurler became
prime minister.
Hut ir wo    not so.    At best lln- flreat
Padlflei onij   been  faithful  to the
trailltloli-'oi- 'ir John Macdnnald. Moreover, there nave Been Liberal politicians, even under the Uiurltr regime,
who have hurl ti pretty turn Tor tin ial
appeal, anil it language for Quebec
which was not adapted to popular consumption In Ontario. Hut as to this,
the one patty has offended as badly a*
ihe olhcr, and Sir Wilfrid Laurler him
self, like Sir John Macdotiald. has recognized that a good understanding between the two races Is essential to the
unity and stability of the Confederation, and generally has made his life's
worh tend to that happy result. Ir. is.
however, rime to say that a good deal
of ibis type of appeal is rant and fustian. No one in Ontario desires to restrict the political rights of Quebec, to
alter the basis of the Confederation settlement, to interfere with any of the
privileges which Quebec enjoys under
the constitution. There is no party in
Ontario which trades in enmity to Quebec or has any desire to wage a political quarrel with the church to which the
mass of the French people belong. The
French of Ontario are subjected to no
disabilities, and the educational system
is liberalized to suit their convenience
and interest. The constitutional guarantee of Separate Schools Is respected,
and in general legislation French and
Catholic Interests receive fair recognition anil adequate protection. There Is,
therefore, no need to continue the ap-
pial for toleration and nelghotirliness or
to ninke a national issue out of an occasional utterance which ma) smack of
prejudice anil illlberality.
There Is a disposition to protest too
much, and the motive behind some of
these protests is not rooted so much In
love and good will as in partisan zeal
and   even   partizan   cunning.
NELSON'S   CELEBRATION.
Ing out, and a feeling or healthy mutual co-operation and good-will is taking
their place. Kootenay is big enough
and rich enough to contain many cities.
The growth of one need not he at the
expense of any other. Anything that
Nelson can do to help her neighbors
should be done without hesitation, and
vice versa. It is not rivalry but con
cord that  makes for progress.
One other feature deserves mention.
It may be too early to pass a final judgment, but the behavior of the crowds
on the street last night was certainly
exemplary and deserving of commendation. There was plently of hilarity and
good fellowship but no quarrelling and
a general disposition was shown to assist the managing committees in mak
ing the celebration a success.
CANADA'S    VETERAN.
Sir Charles   Tupper,   Bart.,   Ex-Premier.
Is  86   Years  Old  Today.
Sir Charles Tripper, who might Justly
be called Canada's 'Grand Old Man.'
was bom July 2, 1821. the son of n Nova
Scotia clergyman lie received his
education at Acadia aiid Edinburgh universities. He was returned lo parliament 14 consecutive times by his native
county of Cumberland, Nova Scotia, and
represented it lor 31 years. II is now
more than half a century since he be-
ca-me a prominent figure in public life
by defeating for the Nova Scotia assembly the Hon. Joseph Howe, then
leader of the Liberal party in that colony. As the great leader of the Con,
federation movement in the maritime
provinces Sir Charles did much to make
the Canada of today possible. During
his long career iu public life he held
most of the portfolios in the federal
ministry at one time or another, as well
as ihe premiership of Nova Scotia and
the office of High Commissioner of Canada in London. In 1896 he was for
a time the prime minister of Canada. In
1SS7 he was one of the British commissioners to settle the fishery disputes
with the United Suu.-s. anil In 1893 he
helped to negotiate a treaty between
Canada   and   France.
Punished Enough.
Ottawa. July 2.���Tim. Flood. Toronto's baseball player who has achieved
national notoriety through his assault
on Umpire Conway at Toronto last
week and subsequently sentenced to 15
days in jail by Magistrate D-nisori,
celebrated Dominion Day by quietly performing his jail duties as usual; his release Is in sight hut it will probabl] not
be     before     Wednesday       Hon.   A.   H.
IN   THE    MATTER   OF   -'THE    PLANS
CANCELLATION   ACT,   1906,"
AND IN THE MATTER OF the plan of
the Townsite of Robson, part of Lot
Three Hundred and One (301.)
Group One (1.1 Kootenay. of record
in the Land Registry Office at Nelson  as "626."
Take notiee that on the 2Sab day of July, A. I).
PJ0". at the hour of 10:311 o'clock in the forenoon,
ar ttie Court House In the city of Nelbon.  In the
Province of  llr'tlnri Colombia, applieatton will
be made   to the  Judge  of   the   ''oulltv   i'oik-I'-*
���^   -, i .. ........... ... ����.- eviuluul* and Kootenay
Kaiiway and navigation Company for an order
thai the plan of the Hfttd Townnlte of Robson, of
record at Nelson, in the Province of British
Columbia., as "ti 6 ' be cancelled, and that the
applicant niav enjov rhe lands comprised within the said Town Site free from any easements
or rlshra of any person lo open any land or
lanes, street or s'lreels. niuare or aanaiSS, park
or parks across, within or upon said lands.
flared at the City of Nelson, In the province ot
Dritish Columbia, this'/7th day of June, A.D.,
19U7.
MAf'DONAl.D A  HALL,
Agents for Lougheed, Bennett,  Allison. Taylor
A  MeLaws.   Bolrcttors and  agenrs for the
ColumMa  ,��:  KoolenuV   Railway .V  Naviga-
lion Company, applicants.
To MARTIN McMAP.TI.N8.
and
To  R   BELL A  COMPANY. 	
Nelson   lias   reason    to   congratulate
herself on the success of her celebration, The number uf visitors has been
very large, coming from all parts of the
province. It Is noticeable thut In addition to thoBo who have come solely for
the purpose of seeing the sports, a great
number of men whose business brings
them here periodically, have timed one
visit to coincide with Dominion Day.
The visitors all speak loyally of the attractions and ambitions of their own
tOWOBi but all admit the superior advantages of Nelson and concede it first
place among all the cities and towns
of Kootenay.
One very satisfactory feature of the
programme of sports has been the perfect goori feeling displayed and the
sportsmanlike way In which the losers
have borne defeat. There is apparent
a new development In Kootenay. The
old Jealousies between different towns
that should never have existed are ily
IN THE MATTER OF THE
REGISTRY ACT"
���LAND
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of the issuance of an
Indefeasible Title to F. W. Howay
and K. L. Rcid to Lois 2 and 3,
In Hlock 12, City of Nelson.
Where*! the document! herelnarrer mentioned
are not In the possession ot the aforesaid Howay
and Held;
And whereas tiroduetlon of them ti required
under the "Land Registry Act";
Take noli-e that all or any persons having
these document- in their possession or having
any interest In the same are required to produce
the same to the IMMnct Registrar of l.Hirl Titles
at Kelion, B.C., on or before the lotb dayof July,
1907:���
Conveyance in fee, from A. Barrelte to Alexander
Carney, dated iilth October, UW1.
Mortgage In Fee, faoni A. Carney anil A Parrette
to M. Midlines and I'.   Burns,  dated   the Jlllr
of November, 1883.
Cnnvejance   Iu   Fee   under   power   of   Hale  in
Morrgage from Malcolm Mclnnis and P. Burns
to A. U. Buchauan, dalcd   17th  of November,
18-J3.
Conveyance In Fee, A. H. lluchanan to the Bank
of Montreal, dated Ihe Jllli of August, 1894.
Conve- ance   n Fee.  Bank   of   Montreal,  to Rose
Mazy   Hcalhcoie    and   Joseph   Heatherlngton
Howes, dared lllh November. 1H96.
Conveyance In Fee, ot an undivided one quarter
from   Rore   Mary   Heatbcote to Paul   Jolitisoii,
dated the 2'.ith of December, 1896.
D*Kd this Mill day of Mav, A. II . 1907.
H   K. MACLEOD,
District Iteglalrar of Land Title!,
Aylesworth. minister of justice, has forwarded u recommendation for his release to Sir Charles ritzpatrick. who is
acting as deputy governor during the
absence of Earl Crey in the East and
who Is now at Three Rivers.
Drowning at Calgary,
t'nlgary, .inly 2.��� Romance, tragedy
and heroism followed consecutively
when .lames Alello was drowned In the
How river, another narrowly escaping
wiili a fright and a drenching, and Sergeant Cathels, of Calgary, saved the
life of Trooper Anderson, of Edmonton,
who was trying to save the drowning
horse, at the risk of Ins own life. Lieutenant Colonel Steele has promised to
recommend Cathels lor the humane society medal.
Brant Liberal Candidates.
Krantford, July 2.���The reform con-
v- ntlon for itrant unanimously obese
1.1 iyd Harris as their candidate for the
common* In lirantford and W. B. Wood
fur the legislature In the riding of Smith
Itrant. 	
For Sale Cheap
BOILER
One 60-lnch diameter, by loft. 8ln.
long, uiiderflied, return niulti lubular
Isiiler, In fair condllion. Elgttty-two
2tt-in. tubes, 2 1-3x2 1-G in. stearrr
dome. Roller is good for testing to ISO
lbs. per square inch, and a working pressure of 80 to 90 lbs. Mountings consist
of safety valve, stop valve, water
gauges, try cocks, sludge cock and
check valve, set of fire bars and bearers.
EINOIINE
One 9-in. diameter x 14in. stroke, high
pressure, variable cut off expansion,
valve engine with governor. Fly wheel
and belt pulley are those not originally
supplied with the engine but are suitable for ordinary requirement. Engine
has been UBed to drive electric light
at the smelter and Is in good condition.
FEED   HEATER
One vertical multi-tubular exhaust
steam heated feed-water heater, 4 ft.
high. 10y��in. diameter with openings
for 3-ln. exhaust pipes. Corrugated copper tubes Inside through which the feed
water passes. Stop valve, drain cock
and saTety valve. Apply to
The Hall Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd.
NELSON,  B. C.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Nelttun Land Llstrlet. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that <���<�����>rge Alexander, of Kaslo,
B C , occupation mine managir, intends tu apply Jn' - ���rtVcial limber licence over the following iki- .-.!><��� Und' ' nmmeui ing at a pout
planted at the Dorlb^aB* corner of Lot -tX��.
(.roup 1 Kootenay l>l>trict, thence weal 60
chains, thence south 40 chains, thence east 60
chains, ihenee north 40 chains to the point of
commencement, and contattiiug '240 acres, more
or lead.
Dated June *7, 1907. OMNI ALBXa* hER.
Nelson Land District. District m West Kootenay
Take notlrw that George Alexander, of Kaslo,
B. 0.t occupation mine manager, intends to apply for a special timber licence over the following describe-, lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southeust corner of Lot 1005.
iJroiip 1. Kootenay District, thence north ao
chain*, thence west HO chHltis, thence south *o
���-bains, thence eaat 80 chain* to point <>1 ���'���'"���
roeticemeut.   and  containing 640 -���-, more or
letT*-* a *UUffl, HOT. UlOKOB  ALEX AMUR., |
Nelson I-and District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that ��'eorge Alexander, of Kaslo,
B G . occupation mine manager,, intend* to apply for a -iir> ini timber licence over the following descrllied lands ! Commencing at a post
planted at the southeast corner of Lot 1006,
uroup 1, Kootenay District, thence north 80
chains, thence east 60 chains, thence south SO
chains, thence west 60 chains to the point of
commencement, ami containing 480 acrea, more
or less.
Dated June 87, 1907. Qzosoa Ai.iiv.i.ik,
Nelson Land District. District of West KooU-nay
Take notice that George Alexandei, of Kaslo,
B. C, occupation mine manager, intends to apply for a special timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the nortneast corner of I��t 1004,
Group 1, Kootenay District, thence west 40
chains, thence south UB chains, thence east 40
chains, thence north DM) chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 610 acres, more
or 1 ���.
Dated June 97. r* ��� Ueoroe  V; e \ -.������: i ;.
INOTItUli.
Notice Is hereby given that I will apply, at the
next meeting of the License Commissioners, for
Ihe City of Nelson, ti have the liquor license of
Ihe No Place Inn, transferred from Archibald
Ferguson He'd lo myself.
Dated May 29th, 11K>7. Wm. GOHNKLL,
lly I'ower of Attorney.
F.C.GREEN       F. P. BURDEN        A.H.GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
C0R.VICT0RIA 8c KOOTENAY STS��� NELSON, B.C
r. o. Box us rtwoe u\ b.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kooteiniy
Take notloe that George Alexander, of Knalo,
H. C, occupation mine manager, intends to apply for a special timber licence over the following described Unas: Commencing at a prist
planted at the southwest corner of Hectlon 13,
Township", Kootenay District, thence north 40
chains to the south boundary of the Indian
Reserve, thecce ea��t about 10 chains to the
southeast corner of KHld Indian Reserve, thence
north 40 chains, thence east about 70 chains to
the west tjoundary of Lot H12, Uience south M)
chains, thence west HO chains to the imiut of
commencement, and containing GOO acres, more
or leas.
���Dated June *7, IW7. Gkoim.E Auiinlkh.
FRED IRVINE & CO'V
Free Lessons in Art Needle Work���Conticelli Silks
Miss Lockwood. an experienced teacher  in  Fancy Art  Needle Work,   will commence a series of classes  in
Knights of Pythias Hall. Every lady In the city Is especially Invited to    avail    herself   of these   lesions   free.
For    further    Information   apply to Fred Irvine & Co., who have a complete stock of stamped goods and silks.
Classes every day from  10 a.m.   to  12 a. m.; 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
FRED IRVINE & CO'V
Certificate  of  the  Registration of an
Extra-Provincial Company,
"Companies   Act,   1897."
1 IIKHKHY I'KKT FY that the -Kinney Miller
Ce.lnr Company, has thin day been registered
ax an Kxtra-provincial Company, un��ier the
������Companies   Acl. IM7," to curry out or effect a
iy of   the objects of  the Company to which
���     islatlve authority  of  (he  Ugiflatui
ure of
av      llgiK.���.,
British Columbia extends.
The head ofiot of the Company is situate M
the Cltv uf Bp kane. in the State of \\ asi. ing ton,
V   H. A.
The amount of the capitsl ot the company is
fifteen thousand dollars, divided Into one hundred and flfty shares of one hundrwd dollars
each.
The head office of the conipanv iu this province is situate at Crcston. and William Henry
Crawford, merchant, whoM address is the same,
Is the attorney for the company. {Not empower-
td to Issue and tranfor itoei )
The lime of the oxis'euen of the company is
fifly vears Iron) the Bth .lay of March, lift/7.
T> e company is limited.
Given under my hand and seal of office at
Victoria. Prorlnoe of BrtiMi Columbia, this -Jlst
day  of  Way, one  thousand   nine   hundred |aod
"Vufcl 8- Y- WOOTTON.
Registrar of Joint Mock ( ompanles.
The objects for which thi" company baa been
establi-dicd and registered are :
1 To acuutre in any lawful manner, manufacture and sell or dispose of any and all kinds
of i edar and ether Umber:
2. Tie acquire In any lawful manner ttmleer.
whether standing or cut, UmtaT laads or other
lauds, lugs, po.eti, piling, posts, lumber, shingles,
*hlngl* bolts, at d any and all kind* of timber
product* lo manufacture any and all such, and
to dispose of game In any lawlul manner:
3 To acujn re in atiy lawful manner storea,
implement*, and any and all kinds of merchandise or property not In violation nf law, and ue
dispose of same in any lawful manner:
4. To build or lo acquire in any lawful manner roads, tramways, or other means of transportation necessary or convenient to the other
purposes of the Corporation, aud to ojaerate,
feaJK, or dlsi��oae of same a�� may be deemi d advisable; provided the same be mlvale ways and
roads only, and provided further that Oils article is not to authorize the Corporation to nper
ate or maintain any public or toll road. Uor any
public serviug transportation system, nor to become it "ommon carrier:
6. To manufacture any and all kinds of articles and products as way In; deemi-l desirable
and not iu violation of law, and to ��. , and
dispose of same In any lawful mauuer:
6. To do" any and all other acta aud things
neoeasarr or eii-ediem for carrying on the busl
hi      of thI Company as horelnU fore set forth.
IN THE MATTER of the "Riven and
Streams Act" and amendments
thereto,
���AND���
iN THE MATTER of an Application of
The Canadian Pacifls Timh**-
company,  Limited.
Notice is hereby glveu lhat fiO days after date
The Canadian PacirlcTlmtwr Company. Limited,
intends to submit  to the Honorable Chief Coi
>ner of 1-ands ami Works a r- | -��: under
the provisions of the "KlTers and Htrearos Act"
and amendments thereto, for the right to Improve Trout creek and It* tributaries from the
sources of such creek and tributaries to the point
where the *ame flows into Trout lake In the IMs-
trlctof West Kootenay, and to remove obstruction* thereirom and make the same fl t for driving, storing, sorting and leoomlng logs, rafts and
crafts, and the fluming of iumbtr thereon, also
for the riant to collect tolls thereon.
The lands affected are Crown lands and I-"-
770, 71tt0, 7**], 772, 771 70. 7��2 and 190, all In
Group 1, West Kpotenay.
Dated this With'lay of May. 1907.
T11K CANADIAN   PACIFIC TIMBER
COMPANY,  Ml IKL).
by their solicitor, R. M. Macdonald.
LAUD NOTICES.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that George Alexander, of Kaslo,
B. C, occupation mine manager, Iotends to apply for a special Umber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the intersection of the north .iue of
Hectlon 24, Township 7, Kootenay District, and
the east line of the Indian Reserve, thence wuth
M0 chains, thenc- east about 70 chains lo the west
boundary of L<-\ -I-', thence north 80 chains,
thence west about 70 chains lo the polnl of commencement, and containing ���*���" acres, more or
less.
Dated June '27, l'-i7. Gkohor Alxxahurn.
Nelson Land DtMlrtct. District of West Kootenay
Taxe notice Mutt George Alexander, of Kasln,
B. C , occupation mine mansger, inletifls to apply for a Mtechil timber licence over the following descriU-d lauds: Commincliig at a post
planted at the intersection of the south line of
Hectlon 9ft, Township?. Kooteto y Dtstrjgt, and
the east line of the Indian Reserve, thence eaat
about 70 vhain* to the west boundary "' Lot H\J,
thence north H" chains to the south bank of
Goat    river,    thence    westerly 80 elm lux  ainiis
south bank of ii rlrer  to the west line ot said
section   .'-���.   thence  south  Ho chains to  point  of
commenceiui.nl and   containing MJ acres, more
or lcas
Dated June '27, i:*n . fjRoni.R Ai.kxanijKB.
Nelson Land District    District of West Kootenay.
Take notice lb St George Alexander of Kaslo,
B. C, occupation mine manager, Intend* to ap
nly for a speeisi timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at tin southwest corner of Lot f>2T>, Group
!, Kootenay district, theticu south 100 chains,
l hence east fiO chains to the northeast uoriicr o|
the Indian reserve; Mien^e north about :����chaln��
to Gnat river; thence westerly along the south
bank of Gnat rlvor about lfi chains tie he southwest corner of lot 491; thence north about :\>)
chains to the northwest corner of said l��l 491;
thence cast about 7t chains lo the southwest
comer of Lot 891; 'hence north about M chains
to the soulheaat corner of Lot ttAl; thence west 40
chains to the point of commencement, and run-
talnlug 4o0 acre*, m, e or less.
Dated June '27, Iff/,. Georub ALKXAHDEK.
Nelson I^ind District. District of West Kootenay'
Take BoUos lhat George Ktiirm, of Hillings,
Montana, V S. A., oecupstlun, merchant. Intends lo apply 'or permission to purchase His
following des'Tir sd land: Commencing at a
post planted on the west shore of ] nj ���. r Whal-
shan (i 'arlhouj lake, aud at the north* cat corner
of i.i una, thence west xO chains, theucc south
4u chains, thence east '2o chains, thence north 40
chains to jfilni of commencement, aud containing 00 acres' more or leaa.
May 29th. IIOJ. Ggosos afTOBK.
tfslson Land District.   District of West Kootenar.
Take notice that Walfr McNeil, of Billings,
Montana, D.fl A., occupation merchant. Intends
to apply for p rmlsslou to purchase the following described land : < 'ommeiu ing at a post plant
tol on the west shore of i , i- r��� v, hatnhan (t 'artboo)
Lake, and at the northwest corner of Lot Ml.iu,
theme ucit Li) chains, thence north m chains,
thcine east 2n chains, them-- south ���OehaJni to
;������ in' of commencement, and containing wi
acres, more or less.
May 29th, 1907 W ALT EH MCNEIL.
Notice ta hereby given that ��) rtajr�� after date 1
intend to apply to ihe Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Land- and Works for permission to
purchase the following dasoiibad tract of land
situate In West Kootenay district: Commencing
at a post planted on r la.-rr creek , near lis confluence with riummll creek, marka<. William
Barbour's N. W. corner, thence loath IB chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence north 40 chains,
thence West 10 chains to plsos of commencement.
Mrd May. 1907. William Pabrooh.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company, Limited.
INEUSOIN,  B. C
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores,
Sixty days  alter date   l   intend lo ��pply to the
Hon. Chief Commissi  :   of   Lauds  and Works,
Victoria, to ( 'rvhaae th following deacrlied
lauds adjoining the Arrow lakes lu West Kcot
enay: t oiiimencluK at a |"M plaute 1 at the
N. W. corner of J. II. Porter's pre einplkon, and
marked K WiH.W, corner tuna, theu�� ejocnaini
north along lake shore, thi u<e JO chains eaat,
thence jo <di��tns wiulh, thence 20 chains west to
place of beginning, containing 40 acres, more or
April 18, 1907.
KVKLYlf   WATROH.
West Kootenay <U*trict: C��)mmeiie)iiK at a post
planted tin t-lacercreek, near it- continence with
Summit I'fivk. marked Margaret Mcl4*u<'hlan's
N K. corner' thence south 40chains, them f �� . *t
m ehalus, thence north 40 chain-, them e cast so
chains (o place of ��� ������imti- m ��� ��� - ���, ���
'23r<l May, 1907 Mafoarkt m. Lu. iilaK,
William bAaitoca, Agent
Sixty days afier date I lntvii<l to apply !������ Uh
Hon. the <'hlef Commissioner ot laicl* and
Works to pun-has*- Its) acres of land . <'omincuc|iig
at a post planted on tbs west nidi- ol 6- Mile I resl
on the wagon road about 21, mtii s from Kootenay lake, and mark<-d Nell Mt-Kechnle's southwest corner post, theuei' weal 40 chains, thstWS
north 40 chains, theme east Ml chains, thence
Metilh 40 chains to place of beginning
Uecaled this xSrd day of April. PJo7
Nsn  M4 Kt< hhik.
K   J   KllioTT, Agent.
I, the undersigned. Intend atler6odays loapply
to the Hon theChlcf Commisalo.ierof lj*mi>aiid
Works for teermlsslon t<r puichaiM- the foilowluc
described laud: Commencing at a p.-si marked
T. M. Sharp's H K U., lOOStsd on th* WSst shore
of M'i��n lake, atxeul iwelrt- miles from th�� bead
of SliK-tn lak*>, thi toe wc-i SO < hains, tb*ucv
north 49 chains, (hence ����j*t Ma chains, thence
south along shore of Mlocau lake to point ������(
rommeuccm>-ui-
1   ���������af d May 4th. T. al- ���JUXT.
Nelson Laud District District of West Kootenay
Take nolle* that Edward Ivor- of Vtulr, British Columbia, occupation, miner, intftids so apply for permlialou U> puy base the fidlnwlug
descritie'l laud: Commencing at a jm'��i planted
ou the north bank of l.o*t creek. ��i^mt three
mllea easterly from the junction of Ixist creek
and Halnion liTar, lu the Nelson lau<l district,
Ihem-e north bo chains. n--����� ��.-.*>��� .nams.
ttrTrn.*- ���-**��� nu enafns, mort- or ������ ���-. to Lost
creek, tbeuce east following said creek to i-.int
ol commencement, and containing 4M0 s. r<-,
more or leas
Dated June Mh. 1907 KhWAan 1'a-nts*.
Dlstrlcl of ffsat Koaitenay.
Take notice that William Ihtvtd And*t��"ii. of
Blrdar, occuiNSt |mu t-rldgeman. IntemJ slo apply
tor (permission lo purchase the following described lands. Comment tug at a post planted at the
north side of Hnmmlt creek, HBarksd H. W.,
IkSBM riorth 'JO chains, Uwnos east 40 chains,
Iherice south iO ehalus, UMBOS west 40 chains
to polnl of commencement.
Whliam Davii. anmmin,
W. J. Atim, Agent
Blxty days after date I purpose making application to the Hon. 'hicf Commissioner of land,.
and Works, for permission to purchase the following described laud: (-ominciu-lng at s post
placed ou the west shore of Lower Whalaiiau
lttk.-, about * ' . mile from the outlet of same,
and marked "If. W'h. N.r. corner post,' running thence Ho chains west, thence HO chains
south, thence W| chains east, thence M0 chains
north to point of commencement, containing
i>in acred, more or less.
Dated the 'imi day of May, 1907
(blgned) H. Wa��ksn,
l�� r K   G. KAtigtiiBR, Agent.
Blxty days after date I intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of I m nds and
Works for permission to purchase the following
described lands In West Knolensy district: Com-
-Tnenclng al a post planted on the south shorn of
Koolcnay lake, and a 'Joining C P. K. uheek No.
10, and marked "Tom Gordon s northwest corner
post," thence south 4i> clmtns, thence fast 40
chains, thence north 20 chains, more or leas, to
Luke Hhore, thence wesL 40 chains in p>dni of
commencement
Dated this 30th of April, 1007.
TOM Gob win
Nelaon Land District. District of West Kooleuay
Take notice that John Phllberl of Nelson,
British < olumbla. oceujattou, saloon keeper, lu
tends to apply for permission lo pun base the
following described land. Commcn< ju^ at ft
post planted on the north bank 1 ������-��� < reck, and
about two and one quarter miles easterly from
the iun.tlon of Ixesl creek and Kalmou river, lu
the Nelson land district. IfcsnOS north 60 i hatns.
thOXMS west 60 chains, theme south ��i chains,
more or less, to Lost creek, thence cast folli.w ing
said creek lo point of conimeneemeiit and DOS-
taining 4eto acres, more or less.
! "at.- I Jillie&th, 1907 JoilM IMllLlitkT
Nelson Land District. District nf West Kootenay
Take itotlct tliat K>ank Mcl'onald, of Msison,
British < dumbla, o<Tupal)on mim-r, Int'iids to
applr foi permission to purchase Ihe following
da-a-rlhcd lands: Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Lost creek and alniut one
nits casUsrly from the JuncGon < f I-ost eroak
and ,. .in.iii river. In the Nelson land district,
IheQcc north Hi chains, thence east Ao chains,
thenc* soutn Kl chains, thence west ������*- chains to
point ol commen'.'enieiik, and coutattilug :������
setts, more or lesn
Dated June Mh, l'-1- Fbakk   Mi DohaI n.
Notice i- ii.-ra.oy given thut no days alter date I
Intend to apply to the Honorable Ihe Oblol Commissioner of Lands and Works for i rmlsslou
to purchase the following dsOtUibatl land, sltuatu
In Wfst Kootenay district: Comincnclug al a
teost plant d at the west boundary of l^.i M 01,
aud about 10 chains south id the south boundary
of the right of way of the It t' Southern rail
way, and inarkM P. A P's ���ouiln-ast corner,
thence westJ��J chains, thence north to tin- south
leoundary of the right of way of B. c. Southern
railway, thence following said txtumlary of said
right-of-way In an eastirly direction to the west
boundary of Ix.t MB Ul, thence south to UB00 of
commencement, containing IU) acres, more or
leas.
Dated this 14th day of June, 1907.
PAI'L  Al'oi'HT   I'At IMON.
Nelson l*nd Dlstrl"!. District of Weal Kootenay.
Take notice thai Fdward Fraser, of Ullllngs,
.Montana, C H A , occupation HTOOl buyer, lit
tcmiH to apply for permission lo purrha*c the
following dcsertlH'd land: < i>mmencing at a
post planted on lbs west shore of I'pporWhat-
shau (Cariboo) lake, and ul the southeast ��� oriier
of Lot MM, then.-e west JO chains, thciin- south
'<0 cifltis, thence east 10 chains, IboOOS south yl>
ehalua, thence eas- 40 f hains, more or less, to the
Westahore of Cpper W batslmn (Cariboo) lake;
thence noriberly and westerly along thfl snld
shore 80 chains, more or less, lo point of commencement,   atnl   containing   1120 acres, more or
May -'.Mb. 1907.
KhWAitn f i-'-i k.
Hlxty days uftcj ilnte I purpose   makliig   appll
cation   to the    Hon.    Ihe Chief Commission, r ol
L��iiii   and Works r<ir p.-t n- '��� ��� ������ :< to purchasi- i|n>
(ill I < ���"   ' ���'������      .l..-'i��l I....I      I��� r>.l  .       *'..._..."   ....,.._      _��     _
fJOSt
.��in i hi mi it orai lor pvrmiasion w paraoass i nc
ollowltig deserlhid Iain) : < ���uniiH m Ing ul a
m��1 plai-ed al the BOfthOMl ci rner of It. V..
ktttner's iipplbnlloti to purchase* uiurked
"R ra.|t. W cornel post" Pence following the
eastern boundary of said npillcatbui ho chains
south, IbeiiK' running Ni chains cast, tbeiicc Ho
chamn norlh to the ���OOtbsrn boiind'arv of It W.
Hatinlngton's application to purchase, thence HO
''hains weal along name (<> point of commencement, contaf i Ing nto a' res, more or less.
Dated 2nd dayof May, 1907.
(Hlgned) K.Hhism.,
per K.G   PiuudJiBa, Agent.
Hlxiy days after date 1 intend to appu t..tl.t|
Hun chief ( ommlsaioncr of Lands and'Wwkil
for nnatasloa to purchase the folloMiTir ��ls.|
seiiDM land in W��st Kooteuay dlstrli i Toa-I
inctudng at a in.st marked A 0. aVi DOrthwaol
honor ptK.1, running 40 cbalus i��m. i ,-. alunil
the I'ouudsry of Timber licence No. ilftes ttifur*!
southerly fal chains, thence wester.y *o . t,,
thin., uor'herly M < halos along (he ( 1*. EiL
track to the place of commencement, eontaiiuuf I
two hundred acres, more or leas.
taeatSM this 9th day Ol May. 1WT7.
A. c. Bush. Locatnr.
SUtv days after date I Intend to apply to j,|
Hun CblOl Commissioner of l.aud* a*,. ���\<,**i I
to pari base ho acri-i of land located1 about :{tail.
soalboaot ol Burton: Commencing at a ptx,,-
plmnled ��i the southwei t corner of l*ot Blfil, *: 11
marked G. A Hunter's .oulheast corner tin rut
norlli 40 chains, Ibcncs west a> chains, thf-inf _
south 4o chains, fheni-e��aat JO chains to plxr<tl
of begluulug.
UscaU-d April JOlh. l'."07 Q. A  HrHTSh.
per /    Kbblss, Agent.
1, the undersigned, after 60 days .:.:. i,������ i.�� t? i
ply to the Hon. the Chl.-f < ommtuloner (1f ;. ��� .
and V>,.ii. I., purchas* the following de�� Mbrtl
land: (ommrii.lug at the N K i ul Ud TI"
G. I, tbem-r west 40 ehalus. thruc* north
chains, theme . i,.i i chains. : ��� , >.��� , ��oiiib S)l
i iiaios to point of commencement, pontaliilng Oil
acres more or leaa.
UxaU-d Man h ��lb. 1907. W. A. MlUJ.
Notlcs in hereby given that SO days *n.      -     ��
Iatetid to  apply to the Hon. Chief Ct.ia��m����n.i!-11
"i I ��'"l-   audwurksfor   i- rtuia��b>n o. <���   r     ... '
tin- following dsosatihsjd laud m ��fi k..      *���
dl��lrb-t. OB west abSTS of IQBjBJI Arrow i an r
���vljoiniug Uit No. 4VHH, on lite south : B��gutniat I
at a |��-t marked "llarr) M< i--.��l - N.K con
post aud i lauled ou the thorv of Lower Ar:
I-akc. at the south*-aal corner of Capt Fiaim
i.laVts. Hie nee weal 'At thalos, Ibi uc. aotitl.
chains more or less to the north boundary of
Kulltnore's P. It., thence Jo chains east along tit*I
said b*iundar> to lake, Ibenr-* north akeug ta* I
lake Sbora JO cluHUS, saore or toss lo pa.ni.; -I j
< ������!<.!:.������!!��� .-iniiil
May Jnd, ISO!. J   D   Mfaws.
Agent lor Harry McU.-l.
i*nii days after date 1 Intend 10 apply to thi
Hon the Chief Commissioner of l^mis ad
Works, Victoria. In purchase 1J0 acres of l��nJ
lOO&tad ou the west side >d Arr..w lake and lyUU
dir.-ctl; m.rlh of !*���� tsts: Com mem Ing at a |-al
t.i-i.i. d at us N K. - orucr .if IxjI 7a36 and marled "li. H | K. corner," and running north i
ehalus, thetice went Jo chains, thence uoiili Si
rhalns. thence SrOBt *" chains thence wiutl. ft)
chains, thcuce caud 40 chain* to point of begin-
ulng.
April '-3rd, 1��07. Hbstna  \< ��� >
J. r.   Apxablk, Agrtit
Higned J   Mi KlUM-i.
lliiMit ement.
DaUHl April 4, 1J07
Noiici. is her.by given that sixty days alter :.its
I Intend to ��ppl\ to the Hon Chief Cornials��i< ssl
of I mid- and works for i>ermisnton to ptUThSM
the following dcscrlln-d tract ..f land rdtoatl -a
\\ est k .-. i. iih ���, district: Commencing al a post
plant-d about one half mile north from forks of
f-ummll cro*-k, marked Jean t-ameron's B w.
oomar. Inonna east 40 chains, theme north *��
chain*, thence   west   40  chains,   thence south 40
chains to plsce ul commencement
aVrd May, iwi Jkam CasTaaoK.
William li.m:<n a, Agmt.
ftotaOa Is hereby glveu that sixty dsf* altaf
date I intend lo apply to the Honorable' nief
Commtsjiioner of l.*:,d- and Works for t-
sben to purchase i) ������ fiellowlng described tract I
laud, situated In West Koot< nay district: Com-
naSOlOf al a |M.at piantwl oh Hunimll creek,
about one half mile uorthw- st from forks, mark
ed J.H. McL'a N K. corner, thence west 40 chains,
thence south 40 chain-, thence east in chains.
thence north 40 chains to place of commence
ment.
.Vrd May, IV07. Jo*n H. N< I.aihhi ���*��,
WirtiAH Barhi ib, Agent.
Take noilco that Harry William" ryf Neison,
H c . rancher, intends lo apply for permission
l<e purchase the following OaOOrwOBl land* iu
West Koteteuay district:
Cotnmencliig at ��� post planted adiaceiit to th*'
soutb'-ast corner of Lot six thousand nine bundled and eighty five fJaW), ti roup one (1), in tins
district, thence south twenty (Jo) chains, lh�������>���*
west one hundred and sixty (Iftti) chains, ihen-e
north iwentv (JO) chains, thence cast on�� hn'id-
n-d and sixty (160) chains to lhopo|fitol con
mcucement and   containing  f�� acres, more of
I ated Ibc I9lh day of May. 1U07.
Habbt Williams.
I, the undersigned, alter 10 davs intend to apply to the Hon thfChlef Commissioner ol Laud*
yujWortl for permission lo purchase the following described land: Commencing at a post
marked N Y..V-, situated on ihe west shon-ot
HiM-aii l��ke, alKint twenty mile* from HI.a-an rlty,
thence wcsl 40 ehalus, the lice soiilh an chsins,
thence cast 40 chains, Ihctice north along i1"'
shore of   lake  HO  ehalus lo point ol  comincri"-
tooatod May 4th. ����" sham,
llRirr Wiiitb, Agent.
Hlxiy daysaflcr date I MUpOM maklngapplh i
linn io the Cliief Commissioner of Lands and
Wnrk* for peruilsslou lo purchase the follow ins
described land: Commencing at a post placc-i
at the northwest corner of i��t 494Hl'1 and mats
ed 'P Mti'sHK corn'r post," running Ihem-
NO i hains north I hence B0 chains west, thence �����
ehaliih south, ihence HO chains easl. 10 point m
commencement, tonlalnlng 040 acres, more .
Luted this fitb day of May, PI07.        	
(Hlgned) Pm KB HOOtTtiOCH,
pci   |1
A. MiCtiLLoill. Agenl.
Hlxiy days aTter dale I Intend to apply to lh��'
Hon. f'hicl Commissioner of Londf ami W or��
lo purchase 940 acics of land, situate on the east
side of ,\n tw lake, aboul lwo miles from Burton
Commencing at a post planted at the H K. corner
of L IW., and marked N. T H> N. tt ��� corn�� aiid
running easl Ho chains. thence aoOth 80 phWOt,
thence west 40 chains, Ibencc south ���0����*">��'
Ihonce west 40 chains, thence north 40 chains io
place of beg inning. twsws
1 Burton, AprU JTrd, 8��7.    n   Nai.l i�� 1. 1 ����.
A. A. BtmTo*. Agent- The Daily Canadian
Prospectors      1 NO SORDID GOLD LOVER
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
The BACOIN We Sell
It Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and  Smoked.    Our Hams  Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Si/.es.
P. Burns & Co.. Ltd.
NELSON, 13. C-
TIMBER NOTICES.
Tuk" notice that lleiirry John Johnson, Cost
master ol Ferule. II. (', intends to apply for a
special umber licence, ovor the following described lands:
No. 1 ��� commencing at a post planted In th*>
LlHlrld of West Kootenay, altoni two mil -a nurth
of th�� international boundary line and aboul
one BUS went of Houndary   lake  adjoining   anil
bfttwasn .leanest So -������:i ao-i--���-������   msooaooih
no chains, iir-m .��� west SOebalns. thence north 00
thence east *o chains to place ofcnmroesn-inont,
Dated June 3, 1907.        II. J  JoIihhoh. UaOtVtOf,
ANle. HcKiii. Agent.
No. a - 4'ommeuclng al a post planiod about
one mile north ot the northwest corner ol If. J.
Joliu-oii -i No. 1 HmtM*r clalin, tloinre south SO
chains, thence east HO chains, thence north HO
chains, thence west Bo chains to place of commencement
DaUxl Juue 3, 1VU7.       11. J   Joilnmm, fx>cator.
ani- Ha< aarr. Agent.
No. 3. ���Commencing al a wwi planted at the
northwest corner of II. J Johuaon's No. 2 Umber
claim, theqes south -��� >ii��; w. thence west HO
chains, ihenee north HO chains, Invuce east an
ehalus to place of commencement.
haled June 3, l'*��7.        H. J   loiii***,*, IxwaIoi-.
Anii. Macskti, Agent
No 4. Commencing at a p*esl planted at the
northeast corner of 11. J. Jiebnaou's No. 3 timber
claim, thence north hji chains, I he rue west HO
chains, tlience south HO chillis, thencs east W
' Lain- to plaoa of commeniwinent
Dated June.1, 1D07 11.  '. Johnson, l>ec��tur
AMD. II -.   ��� e.   ���   Ageut.
No. f. Commencing at a DOtt plautc.l at the
northwest corner ol ll J Jidinsou'aNo 'uml--:
claim, thence north Hu chains, thence east HO
chains thence aoiith su chains, ihenee west Hi
t haiu- to place of commencement
Dated June a, 19U7.       II. J   JoHltao*. Uecsior.
AND. He aBTT, Agent
No.f. Commencing at a DOOt plantcl aleoat
one mile north of the northwest corner of H, J
Johnsou's No. 6 umber claim theojs south HO
chains, thencs east au chains, tbeuee Uorvh MO
chains thence west HO chains to place of com-
i, . or. neat
Dated June 8, inn.       II. J. Joiimsow, Locator.
v--i    IU   vi   ���   Agent.
No. 7. Commencing al a post planted at the
northwest corner of IT. J. John ton i No *'��� limber
claim, thence south so chains, thence west an
chains, ibencs north *> ehalus, tbence east tto
chains to place of commcuouineiit.
[�����!. il inn.   .   i- . II. (  Joiihsoh, Locator.
*������--��� lla<KKTT, Agent
No H ^Commencing at a poat pianteal at the
Qortbesst i-orner ol M J. Johnson's No 7 Umber
claim, thence north HO chains, thence west *>
chains, tbence soutb so chains, thence east Ho
chains to place of commencement.
I'al-.l JuueS. :���*"��� II    J. JoiiNaoN. I-.i ..i-r
II UtURTi Agent
Comir.sneiuj
orthwett corn
claim,   thence north   ����� chains,   then
chains,   thence   sauth W)  chains,  thence   west HO
chains to point of commencement
Dated Juue -l, 1907.        II. J   lOaojBBOal, Uxator.
No 10. ��� Commencing at a post planted at the
iKerthwcat corner of timber licence H074, tbence
north HO rhalns, tbence east NO chains, thence
souib SO chains, ihenee west Ho chains to place
of commencement.
UaU*d June S, l*r;.         II   J   JnflMw.N, Locator.
Ani.   lU'-trrr. Agent   	
Take notice that Dar. Baker, prospector, of
Klko. B. C , intends lo apply for a spc-lal timber
licence orcr the following described lands:
No 1. Commencing at a post planted in the
district of West Kootenay, sb-.uv eight miles
west of Dm Kieotenay ri\cr near the north bank
of Houndarv creek ami one mile nu-th ol the in-
ternatlnrial tHiuudary line, which claims are described as follows: At the northwest corner ol
tltnUcf llcenoe No. 8057, thence north HO chains,
Ihsnce eaat Ho chain*, tbence south ��0 chains,
tbence west An chains to place of commencement
Dated 1st June, WOT. Dah Ho.fh
No 2,-Commenclng at a post pi an tied at the
aouthweal corner ol f'au Maker's No. 1 claim,
thence north ao chains, thence weal MO ebalns,
tbsnee south MO chains, thence easl 80 chains to
place o| commencement
Ualeo 1st June, 1W7. ��� ��**  HaeBE.
No. ��-��� Commencing al s post planted at the
northwest corner Of Lan Maker's No 1 "lalm,
thence north *) chains, tbence cast MO chains,
thence south W> chains, ihenee weat MO chains to
place of commencement.
Hated 1st Juue, 1906. I'an HaEER.
No 4 - Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of Uau Hak-Va No. J claim,
thenco north ho chains, tbence ��������������.. hx> cbalna,
thence south Mo chains, tbence cast chains lo
place of commencement
Dated 1st June, 1WU7. Dah Ha..em
Nu ' Commencing at a post planted at the
northweat corner of timber licence No HLM,
thence north 80 chains, thence cast ho chains,
thence south SO ehalus. thence west MO chains to
place of commencement
i-aie'l June iu.. l��i7. DM Baker.
No C i ..I.nu- linn.' at a post plsated at the
northwest corner of Han Baa era No ft claim,
thence north HO chain* thence east Ho chains,
thence south 80 chain', ibuuce west ��i chains to
place of commencement.
Hated Juue 4th, I *���" Ham Baeek
No. 7.���Cuminunctng at a post p anted at Ihe
northeast rortvr of Umber licence No hOfio,
tbeuee north Mo chains, tbence went 80 chains,
thence south 80 cbalna. thence cast 80 ehalus to
polnl of commencement.
Hated June. 4th, l*ai7. Han Hakes.
Nil. *.--Commencing at a post planted at Ihe
northeast  corner   of    Han    (lager's No   7 claim.
i -ii- pii!   at a t   ������:   planted   at the
ner of If. J   Johnson'*. No  f> Umber
thence north mo chains,
thence south HO chains, tht
place of commencement.
Dated June 4th, 1907
west an chains,
easl 80 chains to
Han Hakeh.
Notice I* hereby given hat M days after dale I
Intend to apply to 'he Honorable ihe Chief foiit-
mlsalnner of  Lands and   Works   I-.ir    a   special
_    ay timber Iroiu  tin,
in W eat Kieotenay dls-
llceuse to cut and
following dcscrlbetl la
trict:
No 1 ���Commencing at a post marked " IlKam
Walmaley, planted at Kokanee Creek Kldlng on
the 1'rocter eitens'on, ou the west stile of l��t
WW, on the south side of the West Arm of Kootenay lake, commencing at the N K corner post
running south HO chains, west HO chain*, north mi
chains, eaat Mo chains  to place of beginning.
Located 3rd J my, 11*17.
Wu.iiam VraUttLaTTi laocator,
Jane* Hi'shabu as Agent
Nelaon Laud Iilatr.i I.    Hi-lr it of Weal Kootenay
Notice 11 herehy given that thirty 'lays alter
dale I. J V Hwodleerg, of Nelson, ft. C . miner,
intend toappU to the Hon. the chief Commissioner of 1-Mlids and Works, at Victoria, for a
apodal license to cut and carry a* ay timlwr
from the following described lands, situated ou
Hum in It creek, lu the Went Kootenay district:
No. 1 omincnctug at a poal marked J I'. H>
Umber limit, northeast comer post, located on
west lork of Hummlt creek, about I miles from
main  creek,  tbence   running south   *i   chains,
thence   running weal 40 chains, th c running
north 40 chains, tbence weal 40 chains, thence
north HO chains, thence runnlnu east 40 chains,
thence running south 40 oOfslna. Uicnce cast to
chains lo place of commencement.
DaUd thi* Mh day of June, I m .
J. P. I*| ioiKhm. Locator.
N=\2. "oinmcncliig m a ixmi. marked J. i'. b'a
tlmteer limit, northwest corner post, localcd on
WCSl lork olHuminlt Qlwut, about two milea from
main  creek,  thence   running  mhiIIi  HO  chalita,
th -c running cant mi ohtriii thence ronntng
north  mi chains, thence running west HO chains
lo pla c of commencement
Dal. il the Mh day of June, 1007.
J, P. bwEuiiEHu Locator.
Nelson Land DUtrlct. Dutrlct of West K>K>tenay
lake notice thai Walter Kdwards, of Ferguson,
II. C. oe.-upHtloii cook, Inte-iidf- to apply tor a
Hiaccial Uuita-r licence ovei the lollowlng .iea-
OrtOad land-: Commencing at a post planted
V-4 mile*, up a creek riinulug into the head of
< arlb >o take, on the east eddc of <"arihi.o lake
ami matkeil "Waitei Kdwanl'a northwest corner." Ihenee south 80 cIihUib- thence cast HO
chain*, thence north HO chaiio>, thence west HO
chains Ue leollll of coitiincnceuieiil, and coulaln
ing oio acres, more or less.
Date.i April/7th, l��i7 WaXTKB Kuwarix,
by his agent F. 0, M s ������ - >������������.
Nelnon Laud Hlstrict District of West Kootenay
lake notice that Waits* Kdwards, of FetgUhoii,
II 0 * occupation Oook. iltenda to apply for a
siM'i'lal Umber licence ovor the fallowing iles-
eHbSMl lands I Commenelng at �� p.i��t '-' , mil f
up Hlevt-ns anak and a ', mile east from A.
Evan's corner post No. ��, and marked "Walter
Kdwards s northwest corner post," thence eaat
IB chains, thence noutil lt�� chains, thence weat
40 chains, thetiee merth 100 cbalna to point of
commencement, and containing 040 acres, more
or leas.
Hated May 80th. 1907. Walter KiewaKiat.
by his agent F. C Hansim,.
Nelson I^nd District Dtstriot or West Kootenay
take notice that Walter Kdwarda. of Ferguson,
B. (:., ocvupatlou Book, intends to apply for a
���.pec,a: timber licence over the following -ten
cribed lands: commencing at a west planted
about a mile bom the bead of Cariboo take and
one mile eaKl of paid lake, aniA^markeil "Walter
Kdward'aj Hoin.l,we��t corner," tbence north HO
chain*, thane* east HO cbalna. Ihenee south 80
ehalus, thence west HO chains lo polnl of commencement, and containing mi acres, more or
Leaa.
I'alo.l.May kith. 1��7. Wai.tEh EnWAMes.
by hla agent F. C. M > nmv..
Nelaon LaBd Hlilrlcl. District of WsOt Kootenay
Taae notli-e that Arthur E. Kvans, ot Beaton.
B. C'., occupation crulaer, intends ui apply tor a
spOOlaJ i>mber licence over the followlug des-
crlbtal lands: Oemmencing at a poat planteil
at*oul .'i miles up Stevens creek running into the
east aide of Csrllaio lake marktd "A. a. Hvan's
fouthweat corner putt," tbence north W chain*,
Uicnce eaal HO ubai^a. tbence aouth HO chaina.
ihenee weat Hh chains to p dot of commencement, and containing Mo acres, more ier leaa
Hated May Mh, iwrr. ahtim k t. kvanh.
by his aajent t    C. Manning.
No 1. Notice Is hereby given that 80 days
after date 1 Intend to apply to the Chief Com-
mlaaloner, of I-and and Work*, for a Hpeclal
ilcenae to cut and carry UiiiImt from the following described land*, situated on the southeast
��� die of r-almon river, lu the district of West
Kootenay: Commencing at a (tost pli-ecd about
9X1 yards west of Iloae 1-ea.f cre^k marked "R. M.
Iteeveia north��tesl ei.ruer." tin n e HO chain*
south, thence HO chalua east, thence 80 chains
north, tbence HO cnalna  west  to place of com-
���innooinaiii
Located on the lltb day of Juue, 1*J07.
K   at. Beeves, Locstor.
Ing ���!��� -��� :,!���' i lah'l* snuaieo on me southeast
>lde of ihe Salmon river, in the district of Weal
KnaUH��r Commencing al a poat placed about
A*J yard* weal oTKot.e t**i v.^Ci., ���-��.^i .<u l*.
Iteeves'o No. 2 southwest corner, ' thence 80
chain* nor;h, Ihenee AO cbalna cast, thence HO
chains aoutb, IhchieSO chains weal lo place of
commencement
Ixeoaled on the 10th day of June, l��i7,
I;   M. Kecvem, IxK-ator.
Nelaon Laud District.   District of Weat Kieotenay.
No. 1 ���Take notice that Ueorge A. Laurie, of
creston, B C , lumlierman, intends lo apply for
a ���pedal timber licence over the following de-
acrtl-d lands:
(-iemmeU4'1ng at a )>ost planted about one mile
south ol the Lick cabin, on the Lick <ablu trail,
on Inonakl In creek, thetu-e north MO chains,
theticceaal 80 cbaiua, thence south 80 chains,
thence weal HO chalua to the p..int of commencement and containing t.ni acren, more or leaa.
May 1st, UBI, ti��o A. La cms.
Nebon land District.   District of West Kootenay.
No. 2 ���Take notice that Osjom A laurle, ol
Creston. R C . lumU-rman. Intend to apply for a
EPOOtaJ timber licence over the following de-
aerilN'd lands:
Commeni lug at a post planu-d about one mils
south of the Lick cabin, on the Lies cabin trail,
on lnonakliu crees, thence south 80 cbalna,
thence eaat MO chains, thence north HO chains,
thence weat HOchalhs to the point ut commencement aud containing M0 acres, more or leaa.
May 1st, IU07. GEO. A. LauBIE.
Nelson Land District    District of West Kootenay.
No S. -Take notice that W. H. Page, of Fire
Valley, B. C, crul*cr, intends to apply for a
special timber lleetice ovei ihe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about one mile
aotuh of the Lick cabin, on the Lick cabin trail,
on lnonakliu creek, thence soutb HO cbalna,
thence west 80 chains, thence north 80 cbalna,
thence eaat Mu chains to the point of commencement and containing G40 acres, more or less.
May 1st, 1907. W. II. Paob, Locator.
Qajo> A. Lairib, Agent.
Nelaon I-and DDlrlcL   District of Weal Kootenay.
No. 4.-Take notice that W\ II. Page, ot Fire
Valley. B C.. cruller, luleiids to up, iy for u special
timber licence over Ihe following described
lauds:
Commencing at a post planted alnoit one mte
aoulh iel the Lick cabin, on the Lick cahln trail.
ou lnonakliu creek, thence north 80 cbalna,
thence wc.i Ho chains, thetiee south 80 chalua,
thence cant Kn chalua io the polnl of commencement and containing (V40 acri s. more or less,
Mhv 1st. I��l7. W'. H. I'aoe, I ... Kim.
OK. A   Lai-sib. Agent.
NeUon LsOd Hlstrl-t    District id Wesl Kootenay.
No.:. TaVe notice thai Ueorge A. Laurie, of
Creston, B C .lumberman, tui. ie<- to apply for a
special limber license over the following dea-
i nbod lands;
Commencing at s pofM planted about one mile
south aud one mile west, of the Lick cabin, ou
the lik Cablu trail, on luoilaklln creek, thence
west HO chalua. thence norih 80 chains, tbence
eaai KMchslti* thence south HO chain* to the point
of coinmi'iuemeiil and con lain log 640ar.rei>, more
or leas.
May 1st, 1*17 QlO. A. laAUHlB.
NeUon Land District.   District ol We��l Kootenay.
No 6 Take notice thai Ueorge A. Laurie, of
Creston, B. C , lumberman, lnlends to apply for
a special timber license over the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted alKiut one mile
south and one mile west of the Lick enntti, on
Ihe Lick Cabin trail on lnonakliu creek, thcucc
west ho chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east HO chain*, thence north HO chains, to the
point of commencement aud contattiiug tito
acres, more or less.
May 1st, I'.m; QH, A. Laikib.
Nelson I und DlstrlOt,   Dislrlcl of West KcM>lcnay.
No. 7.   TsJtonoUn lhat Oeorn a. Lanrla.of
OtajatOfi. B C , linnbcniiHii, iuicnds to apply for
S special timbeu license over Ihe billowing des
���lib. d lauds:
CouiiiH'lielng at h pool planted iiboiil one
iiuiirlnr of a mile III an easterly direction from
Lies cabin, on luonHklin creek, ihenee south 40
chains, Ihenee east 1��i ODOtng, thence north 40
clnilus, thence west inn chain* to tot point of
commencement and containing M0 acres, more
or leas. ,    _
May lit, 1W7. UK0 A. LaurTI.
Lord    Rosebery'a    Eloquent    Testimony
to   Nobility  of   Purpose   of
Cecil   Rhodes.
London, July 2.���An eloquent upeech,
delivered by Jxjrd UoHebery at (he un-
ve iiTiB of the Rhodes' memorial at Oxford university was chiefly intestine for
Ihe intimate fjMmpse it afforded of the
rtal jteiHonulity and amMiions of Cecil
Ith'ideH, ao they revealed themBelveH to
one of hlti cioHent friends. He very well
retnemleered Itliodes once saying that
his affect!An for bin old University of
Oxford, and bin Idea of helpiiiK It, was
his companion.    He said:
"When I find myself in uncongenial
corniiany, or when people are playing
iheii- gameH, or when 1 am alone In a
railway carriage. 1 shut my bye* and
think of my great idea. 1 (urn It over
in my mind, and try to get a new light
on It. It 1h the pleauantpst companion
that  I have."
There was no man ho Hlandcred In
his lifetime as whs Hhoil��*s. He was
ropit-Hented as a mere bloodthirsty Sh>-
lock���a man who would wade through
any misdeeda in order to obtain money,
great piles of money, that he could
Kjiend  on  his own  luxury and  comfort.
There never was a greater lie than
that. No man ever spent less on himself
His life was the life of a Spartan. It
was quite true that  he  valued money.
Notice la hereby riven that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief Vom-
misalouer of Lands and Worka for a special licence to cut and carrv away timber from the
following described lauds in Weat Kootcney
dUtrlct: Commenctng'at a west planted on the
ncrth bank ol feu -Mile creek, about one mile
and a half from Slocan lake, marked Ii. 11 Pltta'
northweat corner jeoat. tbence east M0 chaina,
thence aoutb 40 cbaliu-. tbence weal 100 cbalna,
thence north 40 chalua to place of commeni*
nient.
Hated thla '2fith day ol June, 1907.
II. H. Phts, Locator,
A. W. Btcbsh, Agent
Notice ia nereM given mat thirty dayg after
date I iuU'hd lo apply to the Honorable
Chief Corarojaslnner of Lands and Works at
Victoria. H.i ., for a special -license to cut and
carry swav timber from ttie following described
lands In West Kootenay district: Commencing
at a post planted on Uieweat bank of Hmelter
creek, about <���:,��� mile*aoutb of the City of Nelson,
ilii-u.-f south HO chains, tbence west 80 chain*,
Ihenee north HO chaina. tbence eaat HO chaina to
plaee ot commencement.
Dated thla llth day of June, 1W7.
C. C. Clare, Locator.
D. BrOTii, Agent.
Nelson Land DialrlcL DUtrlct of West Kootenay
Take notice that John rhllbert, of Nelaon.
Hriltsh Columbia, saloon keeptr. lntenda to
apply lor a apecial tasiber liceuae over the following des-ribed lands: Commencing at a pest
planted **...��� * three miles up the flrat rfirht
hand b'ntirh of Losrcreek and about five miles
dtbUwifw and iu a souihetisterly direction from
the junction of tabf '-.-i creeB and the south
fork of -��lo!..n river In the Nelaon land district,
thence north ho chaina, theuee cr.st Ho chains,
thence south HO chaina, thence west ho chaina u>
point of commencement, and containing 640
at rea, more or lea*.
Hated Juue .Jib,  1'.*'.'- JoitK PHILBEKT.
Nelaon 1-and Diatrici. District of West Kootenay
Take notice thai John I'nilbert. > ( Nelson,
British Columbia, aaloon ��.������]���-. tnten'la to
apply tor n ��.(mm lal limber license over the following .;..���!.-���: lands: Commencing at a poat
planted on the north side of Lost creek about
six miles dte-tant and in an easterly direction
from the Junction of I.oat creek and the south
fork of Salmon rlvor in the Nelaon land district,
thence west m> chaina, thence south HO chalua.
Huh.', ia.-.: .��'���' chains, tbence north �� chains
to poTnloI ������oBimauwuituv ...,i coniaiulng 010
acres,-more or less
I����ted June 12th   1907. Johh 1'niLBRRT.
Nelson Land I>i��lrict. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that John I'hllbert, of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon keeper. Intends to
apply tor a apeoial timber litx-nse over the following described lauds ! t'ommenclng at a i>oat
planted oa the north aide of IxNit < reek about
lour n.il- * diatant and in an easterly direction
from tbe junction of said Lost cieck and the
south fork of Balmou river in the Kelt on land district thence w. at HO chains, thance south 80chains
thence eaat 80 cbaiua, thence north HO chatus to
point ot commencement, and euuialning 040
acres, mose ��� r leaa.
Dated June I'itb. 1907. Iohh Philbbbt.
Nelaon Laiid.lUBtriet. Diatrict of West rooUmaE
Take uotlco t?:at John Phllbert, of NeUon.
Ilrltl-h Columbia, aaloon kaeper, lntenda to
applv lor a apeclal timber llcensu m < : the following dearrttK'd lands: Commencing at a poat
abou'one and one-half mile* up the tlr-t right
hand branch of Ixest creek, fcnd about four miles
distant and in a southeasterly direction from the
junction of said Lost c-eek and the south fork of
Salmon river in the Nelson land diatrict, thtnee
north 80 Chaina. thence eaal 80 chains, thence
south HO chaina. thence weat 80 chaina to point
of commencement and containing 040 acres,
more or less.
Dntcd Juue LMth, 11W7. Johx Philbebt.
Nelaon Land District. District ot West Kootenay
Take notice that fobn Pllbert, of Nelson,
BrttiBh Columbia, aaloon keeper, lntenda to
apply for a apeclal timber license over the following described lands: Commencing at. a post
Clanted about two miles ap the right I ani
ranch of Lost creek aud about four miles dls-
tautand In a southeasterly direction from the
junction of said I-ost creek and the aoulh fork
of Halmon river in the Nelaon land district,
thence south HO chains, tbence east 80 chains.
thence north 80 chains, thence weat 80 chains ta
poiul of commencement, and containing; 640
seres, more or leas
DaUd June 12th, 1907. Joan 1'hii uekt.
Nelson Ijtnd District. Diatrict of West Koo'eimy
lake notice that John Plrlbct of Nelson,
Baitlsta Columbia, saloon keeper. Intends lo apply for a special timber licence over the following deserllied lauds: Commencing at a
pout planted on the north Eplo of boat creek and
about' four miles distant and in an easterly
direction from the Jouclton of said Lost creek
and the eoiith fork of Salmon river In the Hat-
son land district, thence * ast M chaina, Iheircc
south Hi) chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north Kl chains to ihe point of commencement
and containing 640 acres, more or leaa.
Dated June 12th, 1907. John 1'iiu.io ht.
Notice la her*, by given lhat SO days alter date 1
intend ti apply to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of lauds mud Works, Victoria,
for permlaaloti to eul and carry away timber
from the following described lands, In West
Kootenay :
No 1. Cumuli iii-ttia: at a poat plauted on the
southwest corner of nirveyed lot No. 7'2i*l Ul,
thence eaat 40 chaina, ib-me north HO chaina.
Ihenee eaat to the southeast corner nf said lot,
thence uorth to the uortheaat corner of said lot,
thence east to the west boundary of pre empllon
No. .S9i, thence aoulh lo the north boundary of
tlnil>cr licence No HA48, theuee west along the
HHld boundary to the northweat corneJ of said
liceuae, thence south Ue the north boundary of
timber UoatUM No. 7014, thence west to a point
due south ot commencement, tbence north to
place of commencement, containing 040 acres,
mte re or leas
Dated May Nth, 1907.
P. A   Pat'IaiOH, Ixecator.
J. A. Hit I.Ivan, Agent.
No- 2 -Commencing at a poal plnnted at the
snulbwest corner of surveyed lot No. TiMlOl,
thence south lo Ihe northern boundary of urn
ncr license No 701H, ihencn weal to the noun
weat corn- r of aul l tunteer license, thenco aotith
to the northern   boundary oi tot No. 8 2,  thence
following laid I' i-liii \ ol   said lot weal  to the
right of way of the B. C. Houthcrn Hallway,
thcucc following said rlghl-of way In a northeasterly direction to place of commencement.
Hated MayXeth, 1907.
P A   Pavijkin, Locator.
J. A. HrU.ivan, Agent.
but that was because he valued power,
and money was one of the most obvious
and effectual means of obtaining power.
So he remembered that when people
sympathized with Rhodes because of
ihe way in which peopJe, who should
have known better, and who did know
better, were throwing every sort of dirt
at him as a low money-grabber and a
disgrace to the name of Britain in
South Africa, Rhodes said: "All this
is not right. Every thing in this
world is too short. Life and fame and
achievement���everything is too short.",
And he gave a groan as he thought of
his own career, and his own ambition
cut short.
"Perhaps he and I were both wrong,"
continued Lord Rosebery. "1 think his
fame will survive bif own anticipations
and mine also. . He has dug deep, he
has dug broad thi; foundations of his
own reputation. In South Africa���that
region of perplexity which will, at any
rate, remain for all time a monument of
ftritish generosity and, I hope, of Uritish
wisdom���ihe name of Rhodes will always be preserved. In the British empire���for which he worked with such
sublimity ol conception, such broad
capacity, and such unresting energy-
he must always in- remembered as a
prominent figure.
"Hut will his name not be chiefly renowned as having hunrauned from all
parts of the world an affluence of new
.scholars ready to worship at the
shrine of this ancient university, to imbibe its august traditions, and to take
back to their homes and their communities a message of peace, civllizaticn and
goodwill? I do not know what other
met hods may be taken to perpetuate
'he memory of Mr. Rhodes in this country or In Soth Africa, but I am sure of
Oils, Lhat in ibis ancient university his
hurest and noblest monument will be
the career, the merits, and the reputation of the scholars whom he has sum
moned within these walls."
The memorial takes the form of a tablet,
which occupies a prominent place on
the staircase of the examination schools
and which bears the following inscrtp-
tion. surrounded by a laurel wreath and
surmounted   by the  Rhodes arms:
This tablet commemorates the foundation A. D. 1902 of the Rhodes scolar-
shipa by the munificence of the Righi
Hon. Cecil John Rhodes. M. A.. Hon.
D.C.L. sometime of Oriel college.
There was a large company of members, council and heads of colleges
present at the ceremony, as
well as Lord Kelvin, the muyor of Oxford, Mr. Dourchier, Mr F Haksley,
Mr. W. G. C. Gladstone (president of
the union), and a number of ladies and
Rhodes scholars.
Scalded With Oil.
Kingston. July 2.���At Read, a small
hamlet in Tyendinega township, some
miles beyond Napanee, in the home of
James Powers, a farmer, Mrs. Powers
was engaged in boiling oil for use in
painting. The oil boiled over and in her
trying to save It the mass ran over her
hands and arms, which were almost parboiled when she was found. Her husband, who was working at the barn.
heard her screams and ran to her rescue. The small children were playing
around the floor, and the boiling fl .id
encompassed them. They were all badly scalded, one little girl so badly that
she died shortly after. One of the
other children was rendered unconscious "-* ���Qii rern0ved to the hospital.
Mrs. Powers is In a cru'irw? ���   -��� i _
Rowboats stiid Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Arrenl for Truacott Launches
and Peterboro Canoes.
Finest Lot of Boats In B C.
M.   U.   LINDSAY
Foot of Josephine si.      Tel. A ic
Notice ia hereby given that 80 days afu-r date 1
intend to make application to the Honorable the
Chief Commissioner ot Lands and Works, Victoria, B. C . f r a apeclal licence to cut timber on
the following described lands In Weat Ivootenay
district: Commenclnc at a poat situated on
Blueberry creek, a boat four miles from Ita mouth
and adjoiuing tbe N. W. corner of my application No. 1, llienre south 80 chains, thence west
���SO cbsina, tbence north 80 chains, thence cast 80
chains to point of commencement.
Dated stay 19ta, 1907. E. .W Robiksob.
TakeDotU" that D. U. Telford, of Saskatoon.
Bail , occupation sawmill operator, intends to
appU for a special timber licence over the following deacrlbed lands:
tin. 1 Commenrirg at a post planted at tbe
southeaat corner of Lot 1272, alo qul.n creek, West
Koot-nay, tlicuce.north sochataa, more or leas,
lo the corner ol Lot 4272. thence sreat �����'< chains,
tbence north 60 chaina, the nee eaat SO chaina,
thence south ��0 chalua. thence west 4*) chains to
point of commencement, and containing 5**0
acrea, more or less.
Staked May .11, 1907.     David Hejiry TBLroan.
No. 2 Cemmenclng at a poat at the inner
angle of lot 4171. Mosquito creek, West Kootenay,
ihenee north 160 chaina, thence eaat 40 chaina,
thence south tflti chains, tbsnee weat 40 chains,
to place of commenccment-
Staked May -1. 1907.     l avm Hs\ky Telford.
Nu. 8. i . in'i.etu'lng at a post shout throe mllea
northerly (nun the northeast corner of Lot-4.-73,
U o'-t nit.' cre.'k, Weat Kootenay, thence South 80
chalua, ihem-e eaat 80 < hains, thence north 8o
chaina, thence weat 80 chains to place of com-
meneement and containing 640 acres, more or
leaa.
Btaked June 4. 1907.     David Hekry Telford.
Fo.t Commencing at the northwest orner
of No. a, thence north HO chalua, thence eaal HO
chalua, thence afuith 80 rhalna, thence weat SO
cbalna to ptaeu of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or leaa.
Staked June 4, 1907.     David Henry Telford.
No..' Commencing at the norlhweat corner
of No. 4, thence north J*i chain*, thence east 8"
chaina thence south 80 c*rti>Bs abenee weat so
chaina io point of (ommcniWEprt, ami containing 640 acrea, more or less      *    ���
Staked June 5,1907.     l>avm Henry Tiijord.
a\;td 1
Take notice that 30 days after data I intend to
apply to the lion the Chfaf Cosamtsaloner of
lands and Works, Victoria, for permlatdon to
out and carry away timber from the following
ih sit 1>< d land, in Weat Kootenay:
No. 1. Commencing at a post planted at the
southweat corner oi timber license 8MB, thence
west *i I'hains. thence south no chains, thence
enstno chains, thence north 80 chaina to place of
commencement.
Dated May 81,1907.       J.T. BrrtiiK**. l<ocalor.
J   W   t'oi Hi kn, A gen I.
No. 2. Commencing al a post Dianted at the
aoutbenat corner of application No.l. thence cast
80 chaina. thence north 80 chains, thence weat 80
cbalna theaot) south 80 chains to place of com
meuccment.
Dated May 81,1907.        <  T. Bdimiess, Locator,
J. \v. Colbdrn, Agent.
Queen's Hotel
BaJrer Street, NelMn. B. C.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
aATXS ti TTB. DAT
Lara, and Comfortable Bedroom, and Klrat*
claaaDlnlnt; Boom.   Sample Booma lor Commer-
���lal   M.u.
UBS. E. CCLABKB. froprlelreaa
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Hooms SO cents upward. The
dining room ia unexcelled in the city.
Houko heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. EK1CKBON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court Rouse
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Tremont House
Boropaao and American Plan
Meaii X eta.   Boom, from '*> eta   to II
Only Whir* Help employed.
MALONE   *   TBBOQJjUB
Baker St., NeUra Proprietor.
Battlett   House
GEO. W. BABTLjrrr,
Proprietor.
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar is the Finest.
White Help Only Employed.
Josephine Ht.
Nelaon. B. C.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM BOBEBTB.
ritopBiarsaafl.
Kates ��! and fl.50 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders.
Athabasca
Saloon...
CORKER
BAKER AND
KOOTENAY
STREETS.
Moat comfortable quarter* In Nelaon
Only tbe beet of Liquors and ligar,.
BILLIARDS. POOL
MARTIN   IVENS
JNO.   PHILBERT
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries
Butter, Eggs.
Camp and Miners1 Supplies).
Notice to Delinquent Co Owner.
To Cbartes O. SirnDson, or any other persou
to whom he may have trunaferred hi - interest In
the "May Blossom" mlnvrai claim, situated on
Brown Mountain, two and h half milea louth-
weat of Yrai', iu the Nelaon Mining Division, of
Weat Kooteua,y Dlatrir-t, ��nd recorded In the
Reeorder'a office, fcr the NeUon Division.
You and ench of you are hereby notified that
1 hsvc expended two hundred and five dollars
.ju'i.oc- in labour aiid iniprovementu upon the
above mineral Liatm In order to hold tbe aame
under the provisions <>: the Mineral Act. and if
wlthlD ninety days from the date o' this notice
you fail or refuse to contribute yovr portion of
the expenditure, (whtch i- one hundred and two
fifty dollars (*hu ..V') lor the two year* end tup
8th May. 1W,,) together with ah costs of adver
tislnjc, vour Interest in the said clnlm will become the property of tbe undersigned under
Sec. 4 of iMj Act entitled: "An Act tu Amend the
Mineral Afct, 1900."
Dated at Ymir. B. C . 16th May, 1907.
JOHN F HARBOTTLK
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the Wattaburg
Lumber company has applied to His Honor the
Lieutenant t-overner in council, under the provisions iff the "Rivera and Streams Act." for the
right to improve Kykerts creek, in the district of
Weat Kootenay, British Columbia, by removing
the obstructions therefrom ana straightening
the '���Huts thereof, and to construct dams, booms,
slides and chutes, and makeauch other Improve-
ment�� u may be necessary for the driving and
rafting of loirs and thenuming of timber thereon
Toe lands to be affected are goverment lands and
Lots 251 and 252, liroup 1, kootenay diatrict. end
the tolll that are proposed to bechsrged, if any.
are such aa may be fixed by a judge��[ the county
court of West kootenay.
Dated this 27th day nf March. A. 1). 1907.
WATTSBURG LITMRKR CO.
NOTICE
In the matter of an application for the issue of
a duplicate of the Certlncatea of Title lor Lotsll
and It, Block a*. Town of silver-ton (Map 574);
the aoulh '- of Lot 8. Block 6, inwn of New Denver -and l.ot 1, Block 21 and lot 8. BhJcSi ��>,
McGlllivray'a Addition lo New Denver (Map M7);
Notlci- la hereby given that it is my intention
to tsauc at tbe expiration of one month from the
the flrU publication hereof dupllcatea of the
Certificates ot Title to the above described lands
In the name of Ilcurv Hherau and Harry Shernti.
which t iTtlfieatea are dated the 17th j'iiuc, 18TO.
the tth nf October, 1894, the*��rdJulr, 18W., and
the I9lh January. 139s, respe.-lfvely, and are
numbered 2021K, KM47A.782C und SttKK, reape-;
uve.y
H. F. MacLEOD.
District Hegiatrar
1-aud Registry Office. Nelaon, B C
.*tb. vav.lfav:
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application lor Ihe Issue of
a duplicate of the t'erlltleate of Tille tor liOts
16 an I 17, nioek ?fi. Town of Ntdaoti.
Noiiee Is hereby given that It la my Intention
to laaue at the expiration of one month after the
first publication hereof a duplicate of th* Certiorate of Tii>r for l^c iilmve l.otr- In the name of
Frances K Hay which Certificate la dated the
19th September, l*!**, and numbered 2HTVOK.
Land Registry Offl v, No.son, B.C., 15th June(
1907. H. P. MacLKOD,
Diatrict Registrar.
"We have five desirable residences for sale. Call and make
us an offer for all or any of these
properties.
Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron, Ltd.
3 Improved Ranches For Sale
���a****************- S
On Kootenay Outlet, between Nelson and
Procter.   Choice locations.   For particulars
inquire
T. O. PROCTER
REAL E8TATE AND INSURANCE.
MADDEN  BLOCK. WARD ST.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Acres
of the
Choicest Frt.it Lands in
British Colombia-.
Can sell any quantity from. 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,
Nelson, B. C.
We Hate For Sale One of the Prettteat Homes m
Nelaon, Situated in Fairvtew, Cloic to the Car Line
Large 7-room house. Stone foundation and first-class cellar. Complete water system. 10 lots under cultivation a*;d planted in large, bearing fruit trees.   This ia a anap.    For particulars apply to
STUBBS
FRUIT  LANDS
REAL   ESTATE
Kootenay Fruit Land!
Do not overlook the fact that at Kaslo we have one
of the nicest fruit orchards on our list.
Get partitu!��rt quick.
Kootenay Land & Investment Co*
*LAN   BLOCK,  WARD ST.
Phone 147. P.O.Box 443
INELSOIN, B�� C
FRUITVALE!
GOOD SOIL
NO 8T0NES
EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION (Daily Trains.)
ABSOLUTE TITLE
EVERY TRACT SURVEYED
EVERY    TRACT    ACCESSIBLE
EASY TERMS
Something for the practical man.
Just investigate!���That Is All we
ask of you; and you owe that much
to yourself.
Kootenay Orchard
Association
WARD ST.   -   mSG%B.C.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Summer Excursion
.... Rates East
From Nelson $52.50
To Winnipeg, Fort Arthur.
St. Paul, Dahtth, Sioux City
Chicago SS4.00 Montreal S84.00
Toronto $78.50 St. John $94.00
St.  Loul�� $60.00 Ottawa   $82.55
New York $100.00 Boston $8530
Halifax $101.80
On Sale July 3, 4, 5.   August 8, 9, 10.
September U, 12, 13.
First Class Round Trip, 90
Days Limit.
Corresponding reductions from all
Kootenay points. Tickets available for
lake route Including meals and berths
on lake steamers. Tbrough rates quoted
to any station In Ontario. Quebec or
Maritime provinces on application.
B. J. OOTLE,     J. 8. OABTBR,
A ,Q. P. A..Vancouver. O. P.A., Nelaon
w.
NOTICE
������cr,  6"   %c;
ifi.
Noll.T Ir hrr^bj given  Ih >
.lal.. 1 inti.na lo apply '3_g|lver    31   d:
CommlKBlonora for 11���
for ol the lli-clrr      ���
p.r.1 hotel �� ���
lead.
Spanish Cabinet Filled.
Madrid. July 3.���General Prlmo De
Rivera has been appointed minister of
war In the Maura cabinet to fill the
portfolio made vacant by the death, on
June 30th, of General bono. The Daily Canadian
HUDSON'S BAY
, STORES ���
Prospectors',
Lumbermen's,
Miners' and All
Campers Supplies
TENTS in all sizes and weights
RUBBERS   and   OIL   SKIN   CLOTHING.
OVERALLS  and  JUMPERS.
UNDERWEAR   at   all   prices
HUDSON    BAY   BLANKETS   and   CANADIAN   BLANKETS.
From 8 to 12 Pounds.
SOX.   MITTS,   etc..   etc.
GROCERIES   and   PROVISIONS '
HAY,   FLOUR  and   FEED.
In all these lines we offer   excellent quality at very
reasonable prices.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto
CAPITAL PAID UP ��4.T:)0,000 BEST  $4,730,000.
D. R. WILKIE, President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Tioe-President
Branches in British Columbia:
ARROWHEAD,       GOLDEN,       NELSON,      REVELSTOKK,        ORANBROOK,
VANCOUVER,    VICTORIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits receivod and interest allowed at highest   current rate from date of
opening of account, and compounded quarterly.
��J*,   JVU    LAY,   Manager,
IVEUUSOLN   HWANCM
HOME SAVINGS BANKS
MAY   BE   OBTAINED   FROM
The Royal Bank of Canada
Savings   Department
ISSUED  POCKET,  MEDIUM  OR   LARGE SIZE  IN  LEAT,.. '
EDGED OR  METAL POCKET BANKS.
COVERED GILT
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
Published six days a weir.  i>y the
CANADIAN  PUBLISHING COM PAN V, Ltd.
Baker St..   N*l*ort, B.C.
Buoseription rates, &o dents n mouth delivered
Id the city, or |5.00 h year if Mai by mall, when
paid In advance.
Advertising rate* on application.
All monies paid m lettlement of The Daily
Canadian accounts, either fur inbserlpUons or
advertising, must bo receipted for on the printed
forms of  the Company.   Other receipts  are not
Valid.
Tuesday,   July   2nd,    1907.
DELVING   IN   THE   PAST.
The reversion to ancient battle-cries
by Liberals is not a local attack. Not
only the Machine press in all parts of
the country, but even Liberal cabin* t
ministers tteem to find their only solace
from present disgrace and impending
disaster in reviewing the shibboleths
of ;i former age. In discussing two
such ebullitions the Toronto News remarks:
The speeches delivered at Newmarket
the other day had a curious flavor of
mouldy rhetoric Mr. Aylesworth flayed
the Family Compact, whose deeds
passed into history two generations; ago,
and Mr. Lemieux, of whom this iprov-
ince knows little, and nothing at oil to
his discredit, made the familiar appeal
for good relations between French* and
English. This tioie wns also dominant
in Mr. Aylesworth's address, amjl. of
course, was buttressed with high ethogy
of Sir Wilfrid Laurler.    th the rjiited
States they waved the "bloody sliirt"
for 25 yeurs after Ihe Civil War, and
notwithstanding that this confederation
is nearly 40 years old, we continu); to
make the speeches of McGee. and Car-
tier and Macdonald. This species of
apppeal has become the chief equipment of the Laurler school, and one
would suppose that the French and
English were at one another's throats.
and that the whole land ran red with
blood until Sir Wilfrid Laurler became
prime minister.
Hut it wa not so. At best the rireat
Pad fie i . dqIj been faithful to the
iraditinrw"".- 4T John Macdonald. Moreover, there have been Liberal politicians, ��� v-ii under the LaurUr regime,
who have had a pretty turn for racial
appeal, and a language for Quebec
which was not adapted to popular con
sumption in Ontario. But as to this,
Ihe one party has offended as badly as
the other, and Sir Wilfrid Laurier him
self, like Sir .John Macdonald. has recognized that a good understanding be-
tween the two races is essential to the
unity and stability of the Confederation, and generally has made his life's
Work tend to that happy result. It is.
however, time to say that a good deal
of this type of appeal is rant and fustian. No one in Ontario desires to restrict the political rights of Quebec, to
alter the basis of the Confederation settlement, to interfere with any of the
privileges which Quebec enjoys under
the constitution. There is no party in
Ontario which trades in enmity to Quebec or has any desire to wage a political quarrel with the church to which the
mass of the French people belong. The
French of Ontario are subjected to no
disabilities, and the educational system
is liberalized to suit their convenience
and interest. The constitutional guarantee of Separate Schools ia respected,
and in general legislation French and
Catholic interests receive fair recognition and adequate protection. There is,
therefore, no need to continue the appeal for toleration and neighlJorliness or
to make a national issue out of an occasional utterance which may smack of
prejudice and illiberality.
There is a disposition to protest too
much, and the motive behind some of
these protests is not rooted so much in
love aud good will as in partisan WsJ
and   even   partizan   cunning.
NELSON'S   CELEBRATION.
Nelson has reason to congratulate
herself on the success of her celebration. The number of visitors has been
very large, coming from all parts of the
province. It is noticeable that in addition to those who have come solely for
the purpose or seeing the sports, a great
number of men whose business brings
them here periodically, have timed one
visit to coincide with Dominion Day.
The visitors all speak loyally of the attractions and ambitions of their own
LOWOS, but all admit the superior advantages of Nelson and concede It first
place among all the cities and towns
of  Kootenay.
One very satisfactory feature of the
programme of sports has been the perfect good feeling displayed and the
sportsmanlike way in which the losers
have borne defeat. There is apparent
a new development In Kootenay. The
old jealousies between different towns
that should never have existed are dy
ing out, and a feeling of healthy mutual co-operation ami good-will is taking
their place. Kootenay is hig enough
and rich enough to contain many cities.
The growth of one need not be at the
expense of any other. Anything that
Nelson can do to help her neighbors
should be done without hesitation, and
vice reran. H is not rivalry but con
cord  that  makes for progress.
One other feature deserves mention,
It may be too early to pass a final Judgment, but the behavior of the crowds
on the street last night was certainly
exemplary and deserving of commendation, There was plently of hilarity and
good fellowship but no Quarrelling and
a general disposition was shown to assist the managing committees in mak
ing the celebration a success.
CANADA'S    VETERAN.
Sir   Charles   Tupper,   Bart.,   Ex-Premier,.
Is  86   Years   Old   Today.
Sir Charles Tupper, who might justly
be called Canada's "Grand Old Man.''
was born July -, 1881, the son of a Nova
Scotia clergyman, lie received his
education at Acadia and Edinburgh universities. He was returned to parliament 14 consecutive times by his native
county of Cumberland, Nova Scotia, and
represented it for ..1 years. It is now
more than half a century since he became a prominent figure in public life
by defeating for the Nova Scotia assembly the Hon. Joseph Howe, then
kader of the Liberal party in that colony. As the great leader of the Con,,
federation movement in the maritime
provinces Sir Charles did much to make
the Canada of today possible, inning
his long career lu public life he held
most of the portfolios in the federal
ministry at one time or another, as well
as the premiership of Nova Scotia and
the office of High Commissioner of Canada in London. In 1896 he was for
a time the prime minister of Canada. In
rS87 he was one of the British commissioners to settle the fishery disputes
with the United States, and in W-'- he
helped to negotiate a treaty between
Canada   and   France.
Punished Enough.
Ottawa. July 2.���Tim. Flood, Toronto's baseball player who has achieved
national notoriety through his assault
on Umpire Conway at Toronto last
week and subsequently sentenced to 15
days in jail by .Magistrate Denison,
celebrated Dominion Day by quietly performing his jail duties us usual; his release is in sight but it will probably not
be     before     Wednesday.      Hon.   A.   H.
IN   THE    MATTER   OF   "THE    PLANS
CANCELLATION   ACT,   1986,"
AND IN THE MATTER OF the plan of
the Townsite of Robson, part of Lo*
Three Hundred and One (301.)
Group One (1.) Kootenay, of record
in the Land Registry Office at Nelson  as "626."
Take not ire that DO the 96th day of July, A. D.
1907, at the hour of 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon,
at the Court llousn in the city of Nelson, In the.
Province oi BlittfO Colombia, application will
be made to the Judge of the f'oui.tv���<"���"����� ->��"
������. ,.i i- ....(���..--.. ���- - *i��*-- owmmoia ana Kootenay
Railway aii-1 Navigation Company for nn order
that the plan ol the laid Townsite of Robson, of
record at Nelson, in the Province of British
I'olumljU, an "6 C" be Cancelled, and that the
applicant may enjoy the land* comprised within the said 7'own Site free from any easements
or rights of any person to open any land or
lanes, street or street*. Kjuare or Bonuss, park
or paries across, within or upon said lands.
Hated at the Cily of Nelson, in the 1 roviuce of
British   Columbia,   thi* 27th  day of June, A.P.,
MACDONALD A   HALL,
Agents for Longhead,  Bennett, Allison, Taylor
<fc   Mr Laws.    Solicitors  and  agents for the
Columbia at  Kootenuy  Railway a  Navigation Company, applicant*..
To MARTIN  Mc.MARTINS,
and
To  ft, BELL j COMPANY.	
IN THE MATTER OF THE "LAND
REGISTRY ACT"
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of the issuance of an
indefeasible Title to F. W. Howay
and R. L. Reid to Lots 2 and 3,
in Block 12, City of Nelson.
Whereas the document*) hereinafter mentioned
are not in the possession of the aforesaid Hi.way
aud Reid;
And whereas production of them Is required
under the "Land Registry Act";
Take uotl'e that al) or any persons having
thewl'M-Mi,-!'' in their DOMMtlofl or having
any interest in tin- tame are required to produce
the same to the District Registrar of [.ami Tltlc*n
at NeUon, B.C., on or before the 15th dayof July,
1907:���
Conveyance in Fee, from A. Barretteto Alexander
Carney, dated 29th October, 1H91.
Mortgage In Fee, faom A. Carney aud A Parretle
to M. tfelnOM and  P.   Burns, dated   the 2Mh
of November, 1892.
Convcjanee   in   Fee   under   power   of   Kale   in
Mortgage from Malcolm Mclooii and P. Burns
lo a. H. Buchanan, dated   17th  of November,
]8'J3.
Conveyance in Fee, A. H. Buchanan to the Bank
of Montreal, dated ihe 2ith of August, 1894.
t'uiivc- ancc   n Fee.   Batik   ol   Montreal,   to Rose
Mary   Hcathcote   and   Joseph   Heatherlngton
Howes, dated 11th November. 1S96.
Conveyance in Fee, of an undivided one-quarter
from   Koie  Mary   Ilea tin oie to Paul Johnson,
dated the BStb of December, 189ft.
Date.i this 29th day of May. A. D . 1907.
H   F. MacLKOD,
District Registrar of Land Tltlei.
NOTICU.
Notice is hereby given that I will apply, at the
next meeting of the License Commissioners, for
the City of Nelson, to bars the Liquet license of
the No Place Inn, transferred from Archibald
Ferguson Red to myself.
Dated May 29th, 1907. Wm. CORNELL,
By Power of Attorney.
F. C. GREEN       f. P. BURDEN        A. H. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers. Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
COR.ViaORU & KOOTENAY STS., NELSON, B.C
r. 0. Box US   Phone U\ B.
Aylesworth. mlnUtor of justice, has for-
warded a reoommendatlon for his release to Sir Charles FitApatrick, who Is
acting as deputy governor during the
absence of Karl Grey in the Blast and
who Is now at Three Rivers.
Drowning
Calgary, July 2.���
and li.Totsni foil)
when .lames Aiello
How river, unmher
with a fright and a
geaut Cathels, of
life of Trooper Ami
who was trying to
horse, at the risk ol
tenant Colonel Btac
recommend Cathels
cit ty medal.
at Calgary.
���Romance,    traged)
rwed    consecutively
was drowned In the
narrowly escaping
drenching, and Ser-
Calgary. saved the
arson, of Bklmonton,
save   the   drowning
Ins own life.    Lieu-
���\e  has   promised   to
for the humane BO-
Brant Liberal Candidates.
Hrantford, July 2.���The reform contention for Brant unanimously chose
Lloyd Harris as their candidate for the
commons In Hrantford and \V. H Wood
for the legislature In the riding of South
I'.rant. __^_
For Sale Cheap
BOILER
One 60-iuch diameter, by 16ft. 8ln.
long, underlined, return multitubular
boiler, in fair condition. Eighty-two
2H*ln, tubes, 2 1-3x2 1-6 in. steam
dome. Boiler Is good for testing to 150
lbs. per square inch, and a working pressure of 80 to 90 lbs. Mountings consist
of safety valve, stop valve, water
gauges, try cocks, sludge cock and
check valve, set of fire bars and bearers.
EiNJOIlNE
One 9-in. diameter x 14in. stroke, high
pressure, variable cut off expansion,
valve engine with governor. Fly wheel
and belt pulley are those not originally
supplied with the engine but are suitable for ordinary requirement. Engine
has been used to drive electric light
at the smelter and Is in good condition.
FEED   HEATER
One vertical multi-tubular exhaust
steam heated feed-water heater, 4 ft
high, lO'^In. diameter with openings
for 3-In. exhaust pipes. Corrugated copper tubes inside through which the feed
water passes. Stop valve, drain cock
and saTety valve. Apply to
The Hall Mining & Smelting Co.,
NELSON, B. C.
Ltd.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Kelson Land District, District of W����t Kootenay
Take notice that 'Jcorge Alexander, nf Kaslo,
B C . ��������� ��� 'i fnt;. >n imue manager, intends to apply for a special limber licence over the following described lund: Commencing at a pest
planted at the northeast corner of Lot 1006,
'.roup 1 K i .i viia. t DlatriOL thence weat 60
chains, thence south i" chains, thence '-a��t Go
chain*, ihenee north 40 chaina to the point of
commencement, and containing 240 acres, more
or leas.
Dated June *7, 1907. GSOSOS  A ;.u *' her.
loll
ffii ��� mim it 1^07.       Qaoaaa aikum-ir.ii
Nelson I.nicl District. District of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that QoOTga Alexander, of-Kaslo,
B C , occupation mine mauager,, intends to apply for a special timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a pott
planted at the southeast corner of Lot 1005,
���J roup 1. Kootenay District, thence north 80
chains, thence east 60 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 60 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 480 acres, more
or less.
Dated June 27, 1907. George Alexander.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Oaorga Alexandei, of Kaslo,
B. C,.occupation mine manager, Intends to apply for a special timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing nt a post
planted at the northeast corner of Lot 1004,
��� iroup 1, Kootenay District, thence west 40
chaiup, thenoe south 1*. chains, thence east 40
chains, thence north 160 chains to the |>oint of
commencement, and   containing 6>l0 acres, more
Or 1 !HK.
Dated June 27, 1907. Ueoruk Alkxa.mirk.
Nelson Lund District. District of We.it Kootenay
Take nntloe that t.eorge Alexander, of Kaslo,
B. C, occupation mine manager, Intends to apply for a special timber licence over tbu following described lanos: Commencing ii a pr>st
planted at the southwest corner of H<-ctlon 13,
Township 7, Kootenay District,  tben'i   north 40
��� ���hums to the south boundary of the Indian
Reserve, thecce ea-t al>out io chains to the
southeast corner of said Indian Ke*->rve, thence
north 40 chain*, thence east about 70 chains to
the west boundary of Lot 812, thence ninth Hi
cbains, thence west 80 chains to 'tie point of
commencement, and containing flOJ acres, more
or less.
��� Dated June ti, 1907. Oaottut. ALSXAtfUKit.
Nelson Land District. District ot West Kootenay
Take notice that fleorge Alexander, of Kaslo,
R. C, occupation mine manager, Intends to apply for a special limber licence, over tbe following described lauds: Commencing at a post
planted at the Intersection of the north .ineof
Hectlon 24, Township 7, Kootenay District, and
the east line of the Indian Reserve, thence ���jouth
K0 chains, thence ��� ..-t about 70 chains to the west
boundary of i...i -vi, thence north Bo chains,
thence west about 70 chains lo the point of commencement, and containing NO acres,  more or
leu.
Dated June 27, 1907. (laokriE Alexander.
NelBon Land District. District of West Kootenay
Taite notice that George Alexander, Of Kaslo,
B. C , occupation mine manager. Intends to up
ply for a fpeclnl timber licence over the following described Ikii-I��: Commtnclng at a post
planted at the intersection of the south line of
Hectlon 2ft, Township 7. Kootenay Dlstriut, nnd
the east line of the Indian Reserve, thence cast
about 70 vbaini to the west boundarv of Ixit H12,
tbeuee north 80   chaina   to the   south   bank   of
��� tout river, theuee westerly 80 chains along
-until bank of (.oat river to the west line oi sain
section 26, thence south Ho chains to point of
':ommcncem<.nt and containing Miacrcs, more
or lusi
Dated June 27, 1907. Gkoiu.r Ai.kxani.kr.
Nelson LdndDls*rlct    District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that George A lexander of Kaslo,
H. C, occupation mine manager, Intends to ap
ply for a specist timber licence over the follow.
Ing described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at tht southwest corner of Cut .sjo, (Jroup
1, Kootenay district,, thence south 100 chains,
thence east W) chains to the northeast uorner of
the Indian reserve; thence north about HOchalua
to Coat river; thence we��terly along the south
bank nMioat river about If, ehalus to he south-
west corner of lot 4111; thence north about W
chains to the northwest corner of said Got 491;
ihenee cast alK<ut 71 chains to the floiithwcKt
comer of Lot Nil 'hence north about B5 chains
to the southeast I'liroer of Lot wi;; thence west 4u
chains to the point of commencement, and containing 4o0 acres, in.i'VOI lets.
Doled June 27,1907. (iroKoe Aluakdbb.
FRED IRVINE Sz CO'V
Free Lessons in Art Needle Work���Conticelli Silks
Miss Lockwood, an experienced teacher  in  Fancy  Art   Needle  Work,    will  commence  a  aeriea  of  claaaea.  in
Knights of Pythias Hall. Every lady In the city Is especially invited to    avail    herself   of these   lessons   free.
For    further    information   apply to Fred Irvine &  Co., who have a complete stock of stamped goods and silks.
Classes every day from  10 a.m.   to  12 a. m.; 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
FRED IRVINE & CO'V
Certificate  of  the Registration of an
Extra-Provincial Company.
"Companies  Act,   1897."
I 1IEKKHY CKBT FY that the "Kinney Miller
Cedar Company," has this day tieeti registered
as an Extra-provincial Company, umier the
"Companies Act. 1897," to carry out or effect all
oranyot the objects of the Company to which
the legislative authority of the legislature of
Hrftlsh Columbia extends.
TheheRil.ifl.ee Of the Company is situate in
the City of Sp.'kane. In the State of Wasi.lngloii,
I'   8. A.
The amount of the capital oi the company is
fifteen thousand dollars, divided Into one hundred and fifty saharvs of one hundrvd dollars
each.
The head office of the company in this province is situate al Creston, and William Henry
Crawford, merchant, whose address is the same,
is the attorney for the company. (Nut emptiwer-
td to issue and tranfer stock }
The lime of the existence of the company Is
fifty years train the 0th day of .March, 1W7.
Ti e company Is limited.
Clven under my hand and a< a' "f office at
Victoria. Province af Br)U��|i Columbia, this 21st
day of Hay, one thousand uiue hundred (and
seven.
[L. ��.] 8. V. WOOTTON.
Keg-imrar of Joint Bsoofc Companies,
Tbe objects f->r which thin company has )><���. i.
established and registered are :
1. To ar. hi ire in any lawful manner, manufacture and ��fll or dispone of any and all kinds
Of i edar and ether limber:
2. To scii'iire In any lawful manner Umber,
whether sending or cut, llmta-r laads or other
lands, luti*. po.t-a, piling, posts, lumber, shingles,
���dtingle bolts, at a any and all kinds of umber
proaluct, to manufacture any and all such, and
to dispose Ol same in any lawiul manner:
3 To aeon re in any lawful manner stores,
implements, and any and all kinds of merchandise or property not In violation of law, and to
dispose of name in any lawful mauner:
4. To build or lo acquire lu any lawful manner roads, tramways, or other means of transportation necessary ot convenient to the other
purpmes Ol the Corporation, aud to operate,
lease, or dispose of same as may be deemed advisable; provided the same be private ways and
roads onlv. and provided further that this article Is not to authorize the Corporation lo opvr
ate or maintain any public ot toll road, uor any
public serving transj.ortatiuu system, nor to t..-
come u common carrier:
5. To manufacture any and all kinds of articles and products as may tie deeuied desirable
and not in violation of law. and to sell and
-i��;-���-.,��� of same in any lawhil manner:
6. To do" any and alt other acts and things
necessary or exjK'dleut for carrying on Ihe business of to | Company as hereinbefore set forth.
IN   THE   MATTER  of the  "Rivers  and
Streams    Act"   and    amendments
thereto,
���AND���
IN THE matter of an Application of
The    Canadian      Pacific     Timh#r
company,  Limited.
Notice Is hereby given that fiO days after date
The Canadian I'ai-lflc Timber Company, Limited,
intends Ui submit to the Honorable Chief Commissioner oT Lands and Works a r <��� poaal under
the provisions of the "Klvers aim Ml reams Act"
and amendments thereto, for the right to improve Trout crevk and lit tributaries from the
sources of such creek and tributaries to the point
where the *Rtne flows into Trout lake in the District of We#t Kootenay, and lo renio* e obslrue
lions theretrom and make the same fi t for driving, i-torlug. sorting and tioornlug logs, rafts and
crafts, and the flumlng of lumber thereon, also
for the right to collect tolls thereon.
Ihe lands affected are Crown lands aud Ixits
770, 1VM, 7861, 772, 771 70, 762 ana 190, ail in
��� ���roup 1, West Kooteoay.
Dated this 30th day of May, 1W7.
TDK CANAD.rtN  PACIFIC T1MJIKR
COMPANY, LIMITKD,
by their solicitor. R. M. Macdonald.
LAND NOTICES.
us  *fW  *��"  I ��� >*     III.II
May win. LS07.
fignaui Httsm.
BfslSOfl Land District.   District of West KootenaT.
Take notice that Waller Mr-Nell, of Hillings,
Mntitana, D.fl A., occupation merchant, Intends
to apply for pr rmlsslou to purchase the following described Innd : Commencing al a post plant-
��d on the west shore of uppsr W hats nan (' 'ariboo)
lak>, and at the nurthwest corner of I-ol S1HV,
thence west W chains, thence north BO chains,
theuee east '."' chains, them e south BO chains; lo
point of com in once in cut, mi'I containing l mi
acres, more or less.
May   '.MIi. 1S07 WiLTKH MCNKM..
Notice Is hereby given thai 00 flays after dale 1
intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of I .iihIh aud Works for permission to
purchase the following deserllied tract of laud
situate in West Kootena,y district: Commencing
at a post planted on Hacer creek, near lis continence with Huminr. creek, marktto William
Harbour's N. W. corner, thence south 40 chains,
Iheticecaat 40 chains, thence north 40 chains,
thence West40 chains to place of commencement.
23rd May, 1��07. Wiu.iam Parbocr.
Hlxty days after date 1 purpose making application to the Moil. Chief Commissioner of 1-aiids
and Works, for permission to purchase the following described land: Commencing at s post
placed on the wost Ibor jf Lower Whatsnau
lake, about a J . mile from the outlet of same,
and marked "II. W's. N.M. corner post,' running thence Ho chains west, theme 80 chains
south, thence 80 chalua east, thence HO chains
north to point of commencement, containing
61(1 acres, more or less.
Dated the 2nd day of May, 1907
(blgncd) II. Wassbh,
per K   <:. i-At'yriKK, Agent.
Sixty days after date 1 intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of I suds and
Works for permission to purchase the following
described laud* In West Kootenay district: Com*
tneuclng at a post planted on the south shore of
Kootenay lake, and a'Jolning C P. K. block No.
10, and marked "Tom Cordon s northwest corner
post," thence south 40 chains, thence fast 40
chains, thence north 20 chains, more or less, to
Lake Hhorc, thence west 40 chains to point of
commencement
Psted this .-mill of April, 1907.
Tom Uosdoh,
The Hall Mining and Smelting]
Company* Limited.
1NEUSOIN, B. O.
Purchases Lead* Copper and Dry Ores.
Hlxty days afterdate i intend to apply to the
Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, to 1 Tchaae th following dear-Mr ed
lauds adjoining the Arrow takes in West Kootenay: i oiumenr'iug at a post plaiud at the
N. W. corner of J. ft. Porter'* pre cmplioii, an 1
marked r. Wm H. w. corner ikmU. them ���� Ji'-naiu*
north along lake shore, theuee &i chain* east,
thence ju chains aoulh, thence 20 chain* west to
place of beginning, containing til acres, more or
April Is, 1907. KVBLVN WsTBOSi.
Notice Is hereby given that A0 days after date I
I., a.i.i.i* o. ti... ii..i.   chief commissioner
. ��� ' ��� . i .   .     , --   ...   i .   .,_,   K i * ���   i,    I i.ni    a.v  ' 1 n. . -  n r i '   i    riKi.'   I
in if n.I to apply to tin- Hon. Chief ( ommlssioner
of I.ands anrl Works for permission topurctia.M'
the following described tract of land, situate in
West Kootenay district: Commencing at a post
planted OH Placer creek. BSS>J III continence with
���Summit rreek, u.arked Margaret .Mcl-auchlati's
N   h". corner" theuee south 4Uchaiiis. thence w.-st
Ull   I.I.MI,!.      a V,........    hn.ll,      Ac,   *,f...!*._      tlIHn,i���   .**!     U..
.  llulie
West Kootenay district:  Commencing   at a pOw*
iiexr It- continence with
...mit o*w**i- ��� ���.  i - ���
.    K. coriu.
Nil chains, thence trorlh   M chslu*.
chains lo place of commruceitient.
23rd May, 19U7 M ,>���..* i.i ���   M< LkOl Ht.AH,
William ftaJtaoSBJi Agent
Sixty days after date I Intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of l-and* and
Works to purchase 160acres of land ; Commencing
at a po��( planted on the west side ��� ���' ' 'i ��� ��� ro-k
on the wagon rood about %\j. miles from Kootenay lake, ami marked Ned McKcchnlc'i southwest corner post, Umbos trtsl *t chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence cast 4u chains, thence
south 40 chains to place of iHglnnlng
1.-" ��'.. ���: iai| .'���'.;, day of April. 1*7
Nsn   XcKRi'HNIS,
K  J   Kli.IoTT, Agent.
I, the underslgnrxl, Intend alterfiodaya toat<ply
to the Hon the Chief Comuilsrloiier of l-andnand
Works Ull pSIISlSSjllll III |lllll)llSSS III! foil.wing
described land: i'uih ineudng ��t g post marked
T. M. Sharp's H I. U-. located r,n the we-t sltore
of Hlocau lake, aboul twelve miles from the heal
of HOQsn take, thence wcl 40 chains, thsnctj
north {9 chains, thence eaat 40 chains, thence
sotiin <i.������:.������ shore of -;....:: take to point o(
commeiieeme;:*.
Located Ma/ 4th. T. M. Hmakc.
Nelson I^od District IDutrict of We��l Kmitenay
Take notice that Ldward 1'elers of Vuiir. British Ctdnmhia. iH^'lipallon, miner, intends lo ap-
Siy for permission u> pubbase the foJlowtns
escribed ,'.and : Commencing at a Dotl plantcl
on the ,v rth bank ol l-ost creek, about three
miles easterly from ihe junction ol LOStersok
and Salmon rt\er. It: the Nelson land district,
thence  north tin chain*. m.-����� -*-�������" "���niini,
r^ii ���-������!  m�� cnains,   more   or   less,   to   Lost
creek, thence east following said creek to point
ol  commencement,   and   containing    .->���   acres,
more or less
Dated June 5th, 1907 KnwjiaD P
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that WDVam David Anderson, of
Hirdar. occupation hrldgcman. intend sto apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a |��ost planted al Die
north side of Summit creek, marked M. W���
thence north 20 chains, theme east i-> chains,
thence south 20 chains, thence west 4ochalus
to point of commeticcmi'iit.
William luvin Akpkkson,
W. J. K��t)TT, Agent
Nelson l.^nd District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that John Phllbvrt of Nelson,
British Columbia, occupation, saloon keeper, in
tends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described laud: Commencing Ht a
fiosl planted on Mic north bank 1 .-i creek, and
about two and one quarter nilles easterly from
the junction of l>ost creek aud Halmou river, lu
the Kelson land district, ihenco north on i hains,
UiOOOS wet fio chains, thence soutti ho chains,
���tore or less, to Ixisl creek, thence east followmg
said creek to point of commencement and containing 4Ko acres, more or less.
luted June 5th, 1907. John Phh.iiikt.
N.-l-on I.an-t District. District Of West Kootenay
Take notice that P<auk McDonald, of Hslson,
British Columbia, occupation niliiifr, lOtOOdl to
���pply for permission lo purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a post planted
on the north bank of Lost creek and about one
mite easterly from the junction nl l>>st creek
and Halmou river, in the Nelson latul rllKtrict,
thence north Hi chains, then |g east no chains,
thence south 60 chains, thence west no chains to
point o' commencement, and coiitaluing afiO
acres, more or less
Dated June Mh. 1907. Fhank  Mi DomaI.P.
Notice Is hereby given thot tvi days alter date 1
intend to apply to tbe Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase the following dssOFlOM land, situate
in West Kootenay district: Commencing Ht a
post plant d al the west boundary of '���"' 3A2 <���!,
aud about 10 chains south of Ihe soil! -i boundary
of the rlght-of way of the 11. c. Southern railway, and marked P. A l"s southeast corner,
tbence wr-st Ji'i chains, thenr-e north to tin1 soutti
boundary of the right of-way of M 0. Southern
railway, tlience frdlowliig sal<1 boundary of said
right-of-way In all easterly direction to the west
boundary of Lot ;i<\> <. i, thenco south to place of
commencement, containing 110 acres, more or
leas.
Dated this I4th day of June, 1U07.
Paul Aiu.rsT PaI'ison.
Nelson Land DllttlOt   DlStrlOtOi West Kootenay.
Take notice lhat Pdward Km sit, of Hillings,
Montana, V, H A , occupation wool buyer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following Oca,.i it.,.,] inn.]: Commencing nt u
post planted on the west shore of UppOT What-
shaii i< 'hi il.oo) lake, ami at the smiiheasi corner
of Lot hi:ci. thence west-J0 chains, thence ��ou lb
cOc-.H|i|H. thence east 20 chains, Uicnce south W
chains, thence SM< 40 chains, mure or less, in the
west shore of Cpper Whatshau (I "ariboo) lake;
thence northerly and westerly along the ��.nid
shore RO chains, more or less, to point of commencement, anrl containing ISO acres, more or
less.
May 29th, 1907. Fpwakii Krasrs.
Hlxty days aftr'j date 1 purpose making application to the Hon. the Chief Commlss oner of
Lands anrl Works for permission to purchisc Ihe
following described Inn.I: C'oinun tudng nl S
post placed at Ihe northeast v< rucr of II. C
Hunci's application to purcbns>? unirked
"It H'a. N. W corner post" t'-eriie follow ing tfi��
ens tern boundary of sitbl npi.llcatioii Ho chains
south, I heme running -i chains salt, thence mo
chains north to the southern bound at*) of It W.
Hauulngton's application to purchase, thence HO
chains west along name lo point nf commence-
���iicnl, contal dug din a res, more or less.
Dated 2nd day of May, 1907.
(Signed) K.HhIBLL,
per F.U. Kauwuism, Agent.
date 1 intend to apply totbtl
Slity da>s afu-. _
If.n Chief Commlasionur of I^and* anlWortil
for penntshioti to purchas�� the following 'h-l
scriU") laud in Went Kooteuay district. ' :���- 1
nienelng at a post marked A 0. S-s aortbvstl
uorner |��o.t. running *tl chains asstarlf slowl
the bouiidsry ol limbrr licence No. afioy, tLe&nl
s'Mitherly Wi chains, thence wester.y *j , i.auu,!
theiire northerly VI chains along th. < p. k.|
track iu the place of commencement, coiiuinic|l
two hundred a.'res, more or leas.
Usss4S��l this Vth day o( May. 1907.
A. C. Btsii. I>
BUtl days after date I intend to appi) to tktl
Hon ci.tet CommlsHioner of UuUi n<] .Vertil
to pur< hiseMsi-rm of land located about .ImlWl
aoottaoaat of Burton: <'������mmt-c.rfag ni a p-:I
planted at the southwest corner of I-'t tc ' *:, 11
marked n A Hunter's southeast corner, ihi-ac*l
north i ��� chains, thenrs weal 20 chains, ���!..���:...���
south 4o chains, (hence eaat    20 chains to pSsBSj
of bogj 1 n n 1 ug.
I !��� ������! April .-"il.. in; Q. A   HtMl*.
ber A   Kuui, Agent.
I. the iiridertdKucd. after 00 days intesd tospl
ply to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of lADrtiF
and Works to purchase the followiug devrib*j*l|
land: Commencing ��: the N. K. C of Ixit 7!
ti. I , theiiie weil 40 chains, theuee m-nli
chains, thetii-e easl 4o chains, then-. roiiiIi 3ll
chains to point o' commeiieement, i>ontainiiig *I
SOTtsj more or leas.
I .oca led March ath. 1907. W. A. MlLU.
Notice Is hereby given that 6U days art. ���    ,���    1;
*    ihe Hon. Chlel Cinawissicer-"
s for   pcrmlaaioa 10 purcha
intend to  applv to the Hon. * l.iel i 1.1:1 '
of I ..1.]     and Works for   pcrmiaslos lopi
the following described   laud   In West Kootenai
district, on   west  shtre of  Ixiwer Arrow   . ...
adjoining Ia'I No. c��ln. on tbe south :    hVgtnntsf I
at a |M*sl marked "Harry   McLeotl's   N.K   corner|
prist anrl   tlalited   on the shore of   Lower   Ar
Lake . at the southeast coruei   of Capt   >'os)��i
��� l*t-c   thence   west  20  chains,   theuee   SOOI
1 halin. more or leu- to the  north  boundary i<
Kulltnore's P. It., theuee 5- chains east along lUl
sahl   boundary to lake,   thetiee north along laii
lake soots  20 chains,   uoru or  teas to point ol|
1 oinnieiliemellt. *
May 2nd. 1907. J. V  Moors.
Agent lor Harry HoXso
Sii.lv davi after date 1 Intend  to apply   to  tbfl
Hod     the   chief   Commissioner   of   l*n.is  ^nl|
W orks. \ ir-Uirla. to  purchase   1J0 acres oi,'""
i.M��ud on the west side of Ao���� lake and 1>
directly north oi l ��i rrre : Commencing al a \��*t I
..i.oted at the N. K. corner of lx>t 7976 and mark-1
ed      '���'->    corner," and  running   north Mi
r-halnr, tlunre west 20  chains,   ihenee   north .
chains, IhsflOS   west *i chains   thence south <
chain*, theuee easl 40 chains  to polnl of beginning.
April 2Tird, 1907. Hbmtha Briulsv,
J. K. AwxaSLs, Agent.
Sixty days after date 1 intend to apply 10 the I
Hon. Chief Commissioner of l-ands and Works.
Victoria,   B.C.,   to purchase   the following de-
seribed land, situated In ihe West EooisnsjTal*-
trb-t:    Coinmeiiclitg  at   a   post  planted  en in*
west   side   of   Kootenay   lake,   near   KhlDOCSISS
j-   I .1.   and   marked   J. McKlnnon> S  K. ��� orner
pvisl,   thenr-e   west   SO   chalss.   thtnee   north  40 I
chains, thence easl Ml chains more or less to Isks I
shore, thence along lake ihorc to point ol i'n��* |
meucument.
Dated April 4, 1907. Signed J   MtKiKNoy.
Notice Is hereby given that sixty da) sail- ^ ���!..!��� I
I Intend to apply Ui the Hon. Chief Coinml��"i' ner l
id I-ands and   Works for permission 1" i������irchai*
the following described tract of land tttuats in l
West Kootenay district:     Commencing al a pes] I
planted about one-half mile north  from forks ol I
Summit  r reek,   marked   Jean   % aineron - -    *\
corner,   thence east  40 chains,   thence iiorin w
chains, thence   west   40  chains,   thence so-dli 40
chains to place of commencement
sird May, lai Jk��n OaMaaoM,
William lURiiotR, Agent.
Notice Is hereby glveu   that   sixty  day-  after
date   I   intend   to apply to the Honorable* hi" j
c onUOlBlloaor of  l.rn.l-  and   Works  lor perint*-  i
llOS lo purchase the followlni! deserllied tract of
laud. situaU'd in West  Kootenay district.    ' "'��
ineiicliig  al   a   post   planted   on  Summit  cresa. ;
about one half mile northw. si from forks, i"""'
ed J.H  McL's N   K.corner, thence west 411 chains,
theuee south   40 chains  thence east 4i�� chain*.
thence north 40   chains to  place of comiii'ti.f
mm 1.
2Srd Mav, 1907. J<>���� H. Nr Lacchi *n.
William Bakwih, Agent
Take notice that Harry Williams or HjMspOi
B C. rancher, intends to apply f��'r la-rmi^l-n
to   purchase   the lollowlug   descrilwd    laid* m
Wast Kootenay district: ,   th.
Commeiicliigat a post planted adjacent m   n'
southeast corner ol Ixil six thousand Dins hontP
'<1    ..III.     .1..,    l<��".     > u.i����    >"   "���"   I-'- ���-   - _
i. 11. .rnirrl ami  rmrlalirlriK SW ai'roa. more ""
'Titol the llth day ol May. JIJUT.^ w��� , ������,.
I, Or.: na**Mlta*4i Sital ��l "lav. lnt.-ri.il" apply ro th" Hon thu Chlel Oommlaaltini-rol ��""���
ami Wort, lor petmlaalon to purehaa.- lira.
���...Wilis dsserlbu land: Ooninisooln*iiim"
���11..rk.-.l N I 1: , ��ltirat.-il on ihe weal ah.."
.-I... .hi Ink". KlK.ur tw.-rity rnller. Irom Nl""*" ' '
tl.i-ir.-e w.-al an .-hull... th.-nco aoulb rar epa.i
thi-iii-.. <-ai.t .0 .-halna, Ihenee north sloM
.lion- ol laki- no ehalua lo polnl ol cornrin n
l.o.-nt.-.l May llh. B,."T S
Ban** WrrlTa, AfsDt.
ol
HUly.lay.alt.-r .late I pnr-pone man Ins a  p I
lion   10   rfi.-  .'hl.-l Co.riirilHaloner  "   lJ>r    ��"   '
Work, lor |.,-ririla.lori  to pur.-l.aa.- th" 1.>IW"    ^
.l...i-rlt,.-*l land-    t:o.i.irii-ri" ng  si * Post place..
; 7���r,!';:���nh';;..t.-or,.." S IS^ra ��������'> g%*
,.,! ������!���   Mil".��K  corn, r post,"   rurrnirra, '" ,
wi.lialn. north Ihenee SO i-halna w.-.t,   II. " . ���
OhSlM SOUth, thorr.-e HI i-hHlu;  eiial.  I*  P01D1
lo.iuneii.i-nn-nl, lontalnlrrB MS ai-rc., mon
""hited lhb��h *^>gg*2. m^.,,,,.���,,.
|MT 11 X. Mi Cm.l.o'H. Agent.
Hlxiy  ilaya alter dale I Intend t< al.ply &_��'
lion, f-hi.-i Uommlsslonw "'   ���*1",1"*!   i,,.,.���,r
lo pdtAnSSS M0 ��""- "' """'- hl ,','.. Irom BnrIon
���Ids or ,. n .w lak", about two ml ""'"',nJ" ,' ",
llmiimeiieluii nt a ,���,��l |.laiit.-.l al lbs B. *���""���
ol I. Wi��,al d marked V T H> N. ,, ,'""'.;.,,���,
mnnlllK  SSSt���" OhstoS, lb��0* W>�� j   .   J    ,
th.-r w"��l ��l ehalna, Ihenee i��'"'���""'"     ,,
Ihenee weal 1(1 ehalna. theuee norlh 411 I bain-
plairo ol bealnillng. ai��msT  I SI��,
Burton, XprU SM, *m.^ ^SJg^rtT
I.-:,* The Daily Canadian
Prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticie Will Buy
The BACON We Sell
It Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and  Smoked.    Out" Hams Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
NELSON, 13. C-
TIMBER NOTICES.
Take notice that Heiiery John Johnson. Postmaster o! I .-rnic n ' intends to apply for a
special Umber licence over the following described lands:
No. 1 ��� Com mend nit at a post pKntcd in the
iMstriet of Went Kootenay, about two mil "a north
of the international boundary Hue and about
ons mile west of Boundary lake adjoining and
bet wet n licences No mm and SOtift, tbence south
NO i hains, thence weit SO chains, thence north 80
thenre east 80 chains to place of conimeaceinent.
Dated June 8, 1907.       II. J. Johhsom, I^wator.
An],, if A< kbtt, Agent.
No. 2 -Commeueli.g at a post planted about
otic mile north oi the uorthwest corner ol II. J.
Johnson's No. 1 timber claim, theuee south HO
chaina, thence east 80 chains, thence north HO
chains, thence west SO chains to place of commencement
Dated June 3, 1WJ7.       II   J. Johnsoh, I>ocator.
am.   HatEETT, Agent.
No. 3.���Commencloe al a post planted at the
northwest corner ol II. J Jonuaou's No. 2 timber
claim, thence south t*ii ^chains, thence west no
chains, tbence north so chains, tnence easl h"
chains to place of commencemeul.
Iiatcd June ���*���. 1W7.       H. J   Joki***��*i, Locator.
AND. iieki!;. Agent
No 4. -Commencing at a post planted al the
northeast corner of II. J. Johnson's No. 3 timber
< latin, thence north an chains, thence west ho
chains, thence south ml ctmtns, tboOOS east W
chains to place ot commencement
Dated Junes, 1H07        H. J. Johhsos, Ixx-ator
Am.   HscESTT, Agent.
No. ft. - Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner ot Ii .1 Johnson's No I timber
claim, tbence north -1 chains, thcucc east su
chains theuee south so chains, thence west au
chains to place of commencement
listed June 8. MR.       H. J   Josrit^iN, locator.
AND   H *< KBTT. AgeOt
No.fi t'ommencing at a post planted aboat
one mile north ol the northwest comer of II. J
Johnson's no.*, timber claim then .-e south HO
chains, ihenee east HO chains, tbeuee north HO
chains, thence mat HO chains lo place ol com
men cement
i .i- -i June 3, .������'-'.      II. J Jomtao*, i.������.������lot.
AKP. Ib'kHi   Agent.
No. 7. -Commencing at a post plante>l at the
northwest cornt r of |T. J. Johnson's No. i"> timber
rtatm, thence south ho chains, thence west SO
chains, tbence ltotth AO ehalus, thence east HO
chains to place ol comtuencuinent.
[���������ii ���! Juue a, !'��� ������' H. J. Joitnson, Locator.
An:.   11 a. kett. Agent
No *l ���Cotnmenr'lng at a post planted at the
northeast corner of 11 J. Johnson's No 7 timber
ilelm, theuee north ao rhains, thence west "
chains, thence south HO chains, theuee eakl Ho
chains to plaee ol couimeucemeiiL
Dattal Juue *. lwJ7 H   J. .i..n- ���.-.. Locator.
Ann  ll*CK��rtT, Agent.
No.!* Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner ol II. J Johnson's No ��"��� timber
claim, thence north HO chains, thence east nn
chains, thence sauih Ht> chains, thence west HO
chains to point ol i umtnem-ement
Dated Juue 3, l��n\       II. J  John-on, Un-ator.
No In.��� Commi-nciug at a post planted at the
northwest corner ol limber licence H074, thence
north 80 ��halns, thence east AO chains, iheuce
south so chains, thence west Ao chains to place
ol eoinmenceinenl
l>ali*d June 3. 1007.        II   J   .Ionvson, Locator.
  Am*   H*.caryr._A*fent
Take notice that Dan Baker, prospector, of
Kiko, B. 0 . intend! to apply tor a special limber
UOSOMS over the lollowlng described laiols:
No 1. (ftmniencing at a post ptante'l in the
district of West Kootenay, about eight miles
west ol thi Kiwienay river near the north bank
ol Boundary creek and one mile no-th of the international boundary Hue, which claims are described as follow!: At the northwest corner ol
UmbSff licence No. 8067. thence north HO chains,
Ihenee cast Ho ciiain*. ihenee south AO chain*,
thence west An chains to plaee of commencement.
Dated 1st June, 1907. Dak Haksr
No a
srtuLhweat   _
thence north At) chains, thence west tfO chains,
thenoe south HO chains, thence east AO chaina lo
plaee of commencement
Dated 1st Juue, win. 1'*n Basse.
No. 3.���Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner oi Uau Maker's No 1 -lalm,
thenre north HO chains, thence east Mi chains,
thence south Hu chains, theuee M est AO chains lo
place of eommencetnent.
Dated 1st Juue, 1906. 1>*n Bases.
No. �� -Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of Pun Baker's No. 2 claim,
thenco north HO chains, thence treat Ho chains.
thenre south SO chains, theuee cast chains to
place of commencement
Hated 1st June, 1907. Dan Hakes
No. ft. Commencing at a post planted at the
uorthwest corner of Umber llceuee No 8169,
thenco north HO cnalna, thence cast BO chains,
Ihenee south 80 chains, thence west HO chalm to
placa of commencement.
Dated June (th, l>.; lUl* BaKER.
No. 6.-Commencing at a pout pleated at the
northwest corner of Han BaEer's No. ft claim,
then... north 80chains thence cast 80 chains.
thence south 80 chain", thence west Ao chains to
place of comtuencuinent.
Dated Juuc4ih, 1D07. IUM Baker.
No. 7.-Commencing at a post p anted at the
northeast corn-r of timber licence No. h060,
theuee north 80 chains, thence weal 8u chalua,
thence south 80 chains, thence cast A0 chains to
point of commencement.
Hated June 4th, 1907. Han Baker.
No. 8,--Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of Han Pager's No 7 claim,
thence north HO chains, theme west HO chains,
thence south HO chains, thence east 80 chains lo
place of commencement.
Hated Juue 4th, IWr7. Ims Baker.
Notice Is hereby given hat 00 days after dale I
Intend to apply lo the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special
UOUMW to cut and earrv away timber from the
following described bind- in West Koolenay district:
No 1���Commencing nt iv post marked William
Walmsley, planted at Kokaneo Cteck Siding on
the Procter extens'un, ou the west side of Lot
WV2, on the south side of tho West Arm of Kootenay lake, commencing at the N K corner post
run n inn south HO chains, west A0 chains, north At)
chains, east At) chains to place of beginning.
Located 3rd July.', 1U07.
William Walmklby, Ixie.alor,
 James Hohiiaho as Agent	
Nelson Land District.   Dlslr ct of Wcsl Kootenay
Notice Is hereby given that thirty days alter
date I. J. P. H wed berg, of Nelson, ft. C , miner,
Intend to applv to the Hon. the Chief ConimlH-
sloncr of Lund- mid Works, al Victoria, for a
special license to cut and carry a* ay umber
from the following described lands, situated ou
Hum in it creek, In the West Kootenay district:
No. L- -��� ommeiiclng at n post marked J. P. H's
timber limit, northeast corner post, located on
west lork of Hunuult creek, about 2 miles from
main creek, thetiee running south Ho chains,
tbence tunning West 40 chains, thence running
north to chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence ruuuluv eaat 40 chains,
thence running smith 10 chains, thence east III
chains to place of commencement.
DaUd lhis Mb day of June, 1007.
J. P. Hwuhiehu. Locator.
Re,t, ' oinincuelmr at a post marked J. I', h'h
timber limit, northwest corner DOSt, located on
west fork ol Hum in it erecE. about two miles from
main creek, thence running south HO chains,
thence running easl 80 chain*, l hence rttnnlcg
north 80 chains, ihenee running wetd 8o chaina
to pla e of commencement
listed the Mil day of June, 1907.
J. P. HoEouEHo Locator.
Commencing at  a post planted at i loll corner of   fan    Baker's   No. 1 claim,
Nelson Lnd District. District ol West Kootenay
Take notice that Walter Kdwards, of Ferguson,
B.C. occupation cook. Intends to apply lor a
special timber licence over the tollowlug des-
crlocd land*.: Commencing al n post planted
41 j miles up a creek running Into the head of
Carfbiolake, on the east side of Cariboo lake
ami marked "Walter Kdward's Horlhwcst corner," Ihenee south St) ehalns* thence east 80
chain!, thence north 80 chains, ihenee west ho
chains to point of commence me nt, and containing Olo acres, more or less.
Dated April '/7th. 1��T7 Waltkk Kdwari.8,
by bis agent F. C. f* auninij.
Nel-on Laud District District of West Kootenay
'lake notice that Walter Kdwards, of Ferguson,
U C , occupation cook, iiteuda to apply for a
special tltnhwr UeanCS over the fallowing des-
OribM lands: Commencing at a post .VA mllns
up Ntevens creek and a \ mile east irom A.
Kvati'- corner pont No. 9, aud marked "Walter
Kdwards s northwest corner post," tlicnce east
40 chains, thenre south 160 chain-., thence west
40 chains, thence north ion chains to point of
commencement, and <-ontaiulng 040 acres, more
or less.
Hated May SOth. 1907. Walter Ki.waiuw.
by bis agent K. ('. Manning.
Selson lAUd District. District of West Kootenay
lake notice that Walter Kdwards, ol Pergusou,
B. c, occupation cook, intends to apply fore
spcrial timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a |��a>t planted
about a mile from the head of Cariboo lake and
one mile mm of iaid lake, and marked "Waller
Kdward'w southwest corner," theuee north 80
ehalns, theuee east HO chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to point of c-mi ���
uieucemeut, and containing '���.���> acres, more or
leas.
I'alcd.May With,  1907. Walter Euwssim.
by his agent F. C. Manning.
tfOiSOB Land District. Diatrict of Went Kootenay
Tase notice that Arthur K. Kvans, of Beaton.
B. C, occupation cruiser, intend* to apply for a
special i.inlier licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted
about ���'��� miles up Ktcveus creek running into the
.-���*���������.: ��� ,! I1-.. ��� lake uiarktd "A. r. Jtvan's
���oulhwest corner post," thence north 80 chalm,
ihence eastHO ��� ;>..-. thence aunth SOehsins,
Llieiue west Ho chains to pilot of commencement, and containing frioacres, more or less
Dated May 301 h. 1907. Arthcr ��. Kv*>-.
by his agent F. C. Maf-ninu.
No 1. Notice Is hereby given that SO days
alter date I intend to applv to the Chief Commissioner, of I,��nd and Works, for a *pecial
license to cut aud carry timlier from tho following di'scrltitd. lauds, situated on the southeast
���hie of Salmon river, lu the district ol West
Kootenay: Commencing at a post placed about
ami yards tract of Hose L>��af creek marked "K. M.
Itccvei'a northwest corner," then- e HO chains
south, thenre 80 chains east, thence 80 chains
north, thence HO chains west lo place of com-
in* neemenL.
Located on tbe Illh day of June, 1907.
K   M. REsvSa, IxK-ator.
No
after date 1 intend lo applv to the Chief Commissioner, of 1 sin.!- mi.i Works, for a special
license to cut aud carry timber trom the following described lauds situated ou the southeast
���id.- of the Halmou river, in the district u( West
... -.....-, Commencing at a post placed aboul
ASI yards west OTJHbH BSSu v.,^.*.. ���--��-*i .-r.- u
Keeves's No. I southwest corner," thence 80
chains north, thetiee 80 chains east, thence HO
chains south, thenco 80 chains west lo place ot
commencement
1 .ocated on the 10th day of June, 1907.
K   M. Keeves, Locator.
Notice   Is  hereby   given    that 30 days
Nelson Land District.   District of West Koolenay.
No. 1 ���Take notice that George A. Laurie, of
Creston, B C . lumberman. Intends lo apply for
a special timber licence over the following de-
m't ii---l lauds: ..
Comnuuclng at a p.'-! planted altout one mile
Kouth ol the Lick cabin, on tue Lick cabin trail,
on I umiak 1 In creek, thence north 80 chains,
tbence east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
tbeuee west 80 chains to the point of commencement and containing 610 acres, more or less.
May 1st. 1907. U*o A. Larsis.
Nebon Load District.   District of West Koolenay.
No. 2���Take notice that i-eorge A Laurie, ol
Creston, B C, lumberman, intend to spplv for a
special timber licence over the following de-
aerlU'd lands:
Comment ing at a post planted about one mile
south nf Ihe Uck cabin, on the Lick cabin trail,
on lnonakliu creek, thence south 80 chains,
thence east HO chains. Ihenee north HO chains,
thence west HO chains to the point wl commencement and containing MO acres, more or less.
May 1st) 1907. QSOi A. Laorib.
Nelson Land District    Hislrlct of West Kootenay.
No 8.-Take notice that W. H. Page, of Fire
Valley, B. P., cruiser, intends to apply for a
special timber licence ovei the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted about one mile
south of the Lick cabin, on the Lick cablo trail,
on lnotiakllu creek, thence south HO chains,
thence west HO chains, thence north AO chains,
theuee east Ho chains to the point of commencement and containing MO acres, bo/* or less.
May 1st, 1907. W. II. l'aoa, Locator.
(ISO. A. Lai it IE. Agent.
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay.
No. 4.-Take notice that W, II. Page, ot F're
Valley, B.C., cruiser, In lends to apply font dpeelal
timber licence over the following described
Ian-Is:
Commencliii: at a poal planted about one mte
south of the Lick caldti, on the Lick cabin trail,
on Itiotiaklln creek, thence north 80 chains,
tbence we.i ao chains, iheuce south AO chains,
thence cast 8') chains to Ihe point of commencement and containing MO acr. s. more or less.
May 1st, 1907. W. 11. Paue, ..orator.
Oso. A   I.iihik. Agent.
Nelson Land Hlstrlct    District of Wesl Kootenay.
Ho.6 TaVe notice that (leorge A. Laurie, of
Creston, H C .lumberman, intend- to apply for a
special limber license over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted nbonl otic mile
south and one mile west, ol the Lick cabin, on
ihe Lick Cabin trail, on Iiioitaklln creek, thence
west hOcbsius, thence north 80 chains, (hence
east Ho chains, thence BOUtO HO chains to the point
ofcoitimciuetneiil and containing 040 acres, more
May 1st, 1907 tlso. A. laimiK.
Nelson Land Dlstrbl.   District oi West Kootenay.
No 6 Take notice that "dirge A. Laurie, of
Creston, It. C , lumberman. Intends to apply for
a apeclal limber license over the following des-
ciibcd lauds:
Commencing at a pos' planted atioul one mile
south and one mile west of Hit-Lick catiin, on
the Lit k Cabin trail on Itionaklin creek, theuee
weat 80 chains, thence south HO chains, thence
east 80 chains, Ihenee norih HO chains, lo iln-
poltit of commencement and containing (HO
acres, more or less.
May 1st, 1907 <<ko. A. Lap ihe.
Nelson laud District.   District of West Kootenay.
No.7. Take notice that lieorge A. Ijturle.of
Creston, II ('.lumberman, Hilcnds to apply for
S special Umber, license over the following des
���idied lands:
CoiiimcncHig al a post planled about one
.mi,ii t. i ..| ,i mile in mi easterly direction from
Lick cabin, ou lnonakliu creek, llieticc south 40
chains, thence cast HW chains, thence north 40
chaina, thence weat HMI chains to the polnl of
commencement anil containing M0 acres, raoro
or less.
May 1st, 1907. UKO A. LaVBia.
NO SORDID GOLD LOVER
Lord    Rosebery's    Eloquent    Testimony
to   Nobility  of   Purpose   of
Cecil   Rhodes.
London, July 2.���An eloquent speech,
delivered by I^ord KoHebery at the unveiling of the Rhodes' memorial at Oxford univorHity was chiefly intestlng for
the intimate glimpse it afforded of the
real personality and amliftlons of Cecil
Untitles, as Ihey revealed themselves to
one or Iilu closest friends. He very well
remembered Rhodes once saying lhat
his ruiicctldn for bis old University of
Oxford, and his Idea of helping It, was
his companion.    He said:
"When I find myself In uncongenial
company, or when people are playing
I heir games, or when I am alone In a
railway carriage, I shut my eyes and
think of my great idea. I turn it over
In my mind, and try to get a new light
on it. It is the pleasantesl companion
that I have."
There was no man so slandered In
his lifetime as was Rhodes. He was
represented as a mere bloodthirsty Shy-
lock���a man who would wade through
any misdeeds in order to obtain money,
great piles of money, that he could
spend  on  his own  luxury and  comfort.
There never was a greater lie than
that. No man ever spent less on himself
His life was the life of a Spartan. It
was  quite   true   lhat  he   valued  money.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
date I Intend loapply to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of I .-in-:- ami Works for a special ii-
oettot to cut anrl carry  away timber irom the
following described lauds iu West Kootcuay
dlstrlet: <\.rniiienclniz at a post planted on the
in nli bank of feu Mile creek, about one mile
and a half from Sincan lake, marked II. II I'ltLV
northwest corner post, thence east ISO chains,
thence south 40 chaiuF, ihenee west 160 chains,
thence north 40 chains to place of commence,
rnent.
LUted tltli attth day of June, 1907.
II. B. P.iTS, Locator,
A. W. Hiibus, Agent
Nod J Is herebt glveu that thirty days after
date I lutend to apply to the Honorable
Chief Commissioner of 1-ati la and Works at
Victoria, M.�� ., for a i pec lal -license to cut and
carry awav timber from the following described
lands In West Kootenay district: Commencing
at a post planted on ihe west bunk of Smelter
creek, about oue mile*south or the City of Nelson,
theace soutb SO chains, thence west 80 chaina,
thence north MO chains, thence east ��o chains to
plaee of oummeucement.
Hated this 11th day of June, 1907.
C. C. C'lsrs, Locator.
li. ItroTii, Agent.
Nelson Land District. District ol West Kootenay
Take notice that John I'hllbert, of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon kecptr, intends to
r.pply fur a special HsuI-.t license over the following ilea *iih ���' lands: Commencing at a post
planted aliotit three miles up the i]rst rltrht
hand branch of l-osCcreek and about live miles
distance and In a sou theater I y direction from
the junction of raid '...m creek and the -.-nth
lork of Salmon river lu the Nelson land district,
thence north ho chains, ihenee eaat BO chains,
thenre south SO ehaius, ihenee west HO chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
Hated Juue Littl, 1907. J0H5  I'HILBSBT.
NeUon Land District. District oi West Kootenay
Take notice th��l John I'hllbert. cf Nelson,
Biltlsh Colurabi-,, saloon seeper, intends to
applv for a ���pools! timber license over the ful-
lowifi*; described lands: Conitu.'nclng at a poal
planted on the north side of Lost creek about
six mile.-* distant anrl   in an  easterly  direction
acres, more or less
Haled June 12lh, 1907.
ad containing t.*u
Jons run.hurt.
Kelson Land HHtrlct. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that John Pullberl. of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon keeper, Intend! to
apply for a special timber license over the follow ing described lauds: Commencing at a tuMt
plauled ou the north side of Lost creek about
lour miles distant aud in an easterly direction
from the j une; i..n of said Lost creek and tbe
south fork of Salmon river in the Neb on laud district thence Hi st HO chains, thence south 80 chains
thence cast SO ehaius, thence north 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640
acres, move or less.
Dated June 12ih, 1907. John PUlMDf.
Nelson Lama_Distrtct. District of West kootenay
Take uollce t':at John I'hllbert, of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon keeper, intends to
applv tor a special tlmlnrr license over the following descri ii--I lands : Commencing at a post
ni'oii otic and one-half miles up the nr*t right
baud brunch of I<ost creek, and about four miles
distant soil In a southeasterly direction from the
junction of said Lost o eek and the south fork of
Salmon river In the Nelson land district, thence
north 80 Ohaius, thouce east 80 chains, thence
south 80 ehaius. Ihenee west 80 chains to point
of commencement and containing 940 acres,
more or less.
Dated Juue l-!lh, 1907. John Philbrst.
NcIm.u Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that 'obn Pllbert, of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon keeper, intends to
apply for a special ttmb*>r license over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
CI anted about two miles up the right band
ranch of Lost creek and about four miles distant and in a southeasterly direction from tbe
junction of said boat crock and the south fork
of Salmon river in the Nelson land district,
thence south 80 chains, tlicnce east W chains.
thence north 80 ehalus, thence west 80 chains te
point of commencement, and containing 040
acres, more or less
Hatid June 12th, 1907. John Philrbst.
Nelson Laud Districl. District of West Koo'enay
Take notice it-it John Ph'lbe't of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon keeper, intends to apply for a special Umber licence over the following oVscrllKMl lands: Commencing at a
p"st planted on the north side of lx>sl creek and
nbont four miles dlatanl and in an easterly
direction from the Juuctlou of said lost creek
and the louth fork of Saliuuli river In the Nelson land district, thence ��ast so ehains, tbence
south H.I chains, tlicnce west 80 chains, thence
north HO chains lo the point of commencement
and containing 040 acres, more or less.
Hated June 12th, 1907. John Philb*kt.
Notice is hereby given that 30 daya alter date 1
Intend tn apply to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, Victoria,
for permission lo cut ami carry away timber
from the following described, lands, lu West
Kootenay :
No. L- -Commencing nt a post planted on the
southwest corner of surveyed lot No. T-'.'l til,
thence east 40 chains, th'>r.ce north 80 chains.
thence east to the southeast corner of said lot,
UMBOS north to thn uorthuast corner of Raid lot,
theuee east to the west boundary of pre emptiou
No. f>HJ, thence south lo the north boundary of
timber licence No. 8548, thence weit along the
said boundary to the northwest corncj of laid
license, thenco south to the north boundary of
Umber He*.use No. 7018. thence west to a point
due south oT commencement, theuee north to
place of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less
Dated May r.th, 1907.
P. A   1'ai'Ihin, Locator,
J. A. Hpi.i.iVAN', Agent.
No. 2 Commencing at s post pliinted at the
southwest corner ol surveyed lot No 72<tOI.
thence south to the northern boundary of Urn-
tier license No 7018, thenco west tn the net in
west corn- i of sal 1 timber license, thenco south
to the northern boundary of lot No, 8 2, thence
lollowlng said boundary of said lot west to the
right of way of the II. C Southern Hallway,
thence lollowlng said rtghl-of way in a northeasterly direction to place of commencement.
Dated May .Mh, 1907.
P A   I'H'i son, Locator.
J. A. Sullivan, Agent.
but that was because he valued power,
and. money was one of the most obvious
and effectual means of obtaining power.
So he remembered that when people
sympathized with Rhodes because of
ihe way In which people, who should
have known better, and who did know
better, were throwing every sort of dirt
at him as a low money-grabber and a
disgrace to the name of Hrttafn In
South Africa, Rhodes said: "All this
is not right. Everything in this
world is too short. Life and fame and
achievement���everything is too short.",
And he gave a groan as he thought of
his own career, and his own ambition
cut short.
"Perhaps he and I were both wrong,"
continued Lord Rosebery. "I think his
fume will survive his own anticipations
and mine also. . He has dug deep, he
has dug broad the foundations of his
own reputation. In South Africa���that
region of perplexity which will, at any
rate, remain for all time a monument of
British generosity and, I hope, of British
wisdom���the name of Rhodes wiil always be preserved. In the British empire���for which he worked with- such
sublimity of conception, such broad
capacity, and such unresting energy������
he must always lie remembered as a
prominent figure.
"But will his name not be chiefly renowned as having summoned from all
parts of the world an affluence of new
scholars ready to worship at the
shrine of this ancient university, to imbibe its august traditions, and to take
back to their homes and their communities a message of peace, civilization and
goodwill? I do not know what other
methods may he taken to perpetuate
the memory of Mr. Rhodes in this country or in Soth Africa, but 1 am sure of
this, that in this ancient university his
surest and noblest monument will be
the career, the merits, and the reputation of the scholars whom he has sum
moued within these walls."
The memorial takes tbe form of a tablet,
which occupies a prominent place on
the staircase of the examination schools
and which bears the following inscription, surrounded by a laurel wreath and
surmounted  by the Rhodes arms:
This tablet commemorates the foundation A. D. 1902 of the Rhodes scolar-
ships by the munificence of the Right
Hon. Cecil John Rhodes, M. A., Hon.
D.C.L. sometime of Oriel college.
There was a large company of members, council and heads of colleges
present at the ceremony, as
well as Lord Kelvin, the mayor of Oxford. Mr. Lourchier, Mr. F. Haksley,
-Mr. W. G. C. Gladstone (president of
the union), and a number of ladies and
Rhodes scholars.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nelson. B. o.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
KATK8  B2  PBB  DAY
Large and Comfortable Bedroom, and First-
ciaaalJInlnrr Boom.   Sample Booma lor Commercial   Man.
MBS. B. C.CLABKK. Proprietress
Grand Central Hotel
Scalded With Oil.
Kingston, July 2.���At Read, a small
hamlet in Tyendlnega township, some
miles beyond Napanee, in the home of
James Powers, a farmer, Mrs. Powers
was engaged In boiling oil for use in
[tainting. The oil boiled over and in her
trying to save It the mass ran over her
hands and arms, which were almost parboiled when she was found. Her husband, who was working at the barn,
heard her screams and ran to her rescue. The small children were playing
around the floor, and the boiling fluid
encompassed them. They were all badly scalded, one little girl so badly that
she died shortly after. One of the
other children was rendered unconscious, a._, ���BR removed to the hospital.
Mrs. Powers Is in a cnircai v���u^.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
a Kent for Truscott Lsttnches
ami Peterboro CsaoeB.
Finest Lot ot Bosls In B C.
M.   L,.   LINDSAY
Foot of Josephine St.       Tel. Ai8
Notice Is hereby given that 80 dsyt after date 1
inteii.i to i��*ke application to the Honorable the
Chief t-'ominliasloner ol Landi and Work*, Victoria, B. C, 1 r a apeclal licence to cut timber on
the following described lands in West Kootenay
district: Commencing: at a post situated on
Blueberry creek, about four miles from its mouth
and ariJoluiDg the N. W. corner of my application No. 1, thence south SO chains, thence west
80 ehains, thencs north 80 chains, thenee cast 80
I'iiHin- to point of commencement.
Dated May 19th, 1907. K. W Robiksok.
Take nolle that D. H. Telford, of Saskatoon,
Bask , occupation sawmill operator, intends to
applv for a ipsotsl timber licence over tbe following .le-cnlKMl lands:
Nn. 1 Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of Lot 1272. Mo qtiLo creek, West
Koot-nay, tlicuoe.north 10 chnlns, more or less,
to the corner of Lot 4272, thence west 40 chains,
thence north SO chains, tbence eait 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, tLenoe west 48 chains to
point of commencement, and containing mo
acres, more or less.
staked May :tl, 1907.     Davih Usury Tblfori>.
No. .. fcin meNi-ing at a pout at the inner
angle Of lot *2T2, Mosquito creek, West Kootensy,
ihenee north 160chains, thence east 40 chains,
thencu south lAu chains, thsuce west 40 cbslus,
to place "I commencement.
staked May -11. 1907.     I AVtn Hsnhv I'm kori>.
No. 8. Commencing st a post sboutthrce miles
northerly from the northeast corner of Lot 4.-73,
Mosquito creek, Weat Kootenay, thence south 80
ehalus, ihenee east 80 i hains, thence north 8u
chains, theuee west 80 ohalns to place ot com-
iiieiieenii.nl und cuutalnlng 640 acres, more or
less.
Staked June 4,1907.     David Hsnhv Tn.nmi'.
r-o. 4 Commencing st the northwest oirner
of No. a, theuee uortn 80 chains, thence east w
ehains, thence nrlmh 80 chains, thence west 80
chains lo place of commencement, and containing Mi- seres, more or Less.
Staked Juue 4,1U07.     David Hknsy Telford.
No. 5. Commencing st the northwest corner
of No. 4, thenco north 80 chaina, tbence east 80
chains, thence south 80 ctutifts*. Ihenee wesl80
i hains lo point of commeRo*JliTtfit( and containing 640 acres, more or leas      \^}      -t
Staked Juue 6,1907.     David Hsnhv Tsi.nmi).
DsyTD I
Take notice tbst 30 dsys after date I Intend to
apply to the Hon the Chlfl CoQinLssloner of
Lands and Works, Victoria,  for permission lo
out and  car./ away timber frotn the following
described land, tn West Kootenay :
No. 1. Commencing st s post pi.in ted st the
southwest corner oi timber license 81H6, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chslnn, theuee
eantun chains, thence north SOchslns to place of
commencement.
Dated M��v ��1, HOT.      J.T. IIi-rossn, Locator.
J   W. form-UN, Agcmt.
No. 'J. Commencing al a post nlanted at the
southeast corner of application Mo. I, thenvecatu
80 chaina. Ihenee north 80 chains thence west 80
ehalus theace south 80 chains lo place ol commencement.
Dated slay 31,1907.       ���'   T. Bt'sosiM, .Locator,
J. W. COLMiftN, Agent
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room is unexcelled in the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. EK1CKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court Rouse
and Postofflce, Nelson. B. C.
Tremont House
Knropesn snd American Flan
Meals 16 cts.   Booms from 26 cts. to 94.
Only White Help Kmployed.
MALONK   ft  TREGJXLUS
Baker St.. Nelson Proprietors
Bartlett   House
GEO. W. BAKTLKTT,
Proprietor.
Best DoIUr-a-Day House in Nelson*
The Bar is the Finest.
White Help Only Employed.
Josephine St.
Nelson. B. O.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM ROBKBTS.
rxoFBlBTfcSaa.
Rates fl and il.60 a Day.
Special Rate* to Regular Boarders.
Athabasca
Saloon.**
CORNER
BAKER AND
I00TEHAY
STREETS.
Moat romlortabte quartern In Nelaon
Only the beat of Liquors and lirtara.
BILLIARDS. POOL
MARTIN   IVENS
JNO.   PHILBERT
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries
Butter, Eggs.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.
Notice to Delinquent |Co Owner.
To Charles O. Slmoson, or any other person
to whom he msy have transferred his Interest in
the "Mar Blossom" miner*! claim, situated on
Brown Mountain, two snd anslf miles southwest of Viul'. in the Nelson Mining DlTlrlon. of
West Kootenay District, snd recorded in the
Recorder's office, for the Nehon Division.
You and eaab of you are hereby notified thst
I have expended two hundred and Ave dollars
('206.00) *r labour and Improvements upon the
abort mineral claim in order to hold tbe same
under the provisions ol the Mineral Act. and if
within ninety days from the date of this notice
you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of
the expenditure, (which Is one hundred and two
fifty dollars (|l02Jki) tor tho two yesrs ending
8th May, 1907.) together with all costs of adver
ti*ing, your Interest In the said claim will become the property of the undersigned under
Sec. 4 ot an Act entitled : "An Act to Amend the
Mineral Act. 1900."
Dated at Vmir, B. C . 16th May, 1907.
JOHN F HARBOTTLE
1NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the Wattsburg
Lumber company has applied to His Honor the
Lieutenant tiovernor in council, under the provisions of the "Rivers and Streams Act," for the
right to improve Rykcrts creek. In the district of
West Kootenay. British Columbia, by removing
the obstructions therefrom and straightening
the banks thereof, and to construct damn, booms,
slides and chutes, and mskesuch other Improvement*) as may be necesssry tor tbe driving and
rafting of lors snd thelluming of timber thereon
Tbe lauds to be affected are goverment lands and
Lots '261 and .v>j, Uroup 1, Sootenay district, and
tbe tolls that are proposed to be charged, if any,
are such as may be fixed by a Judge of the county
court of West Kootenay.
Dated this /.th day or March, A, D. 1907.
WATTHBURG LUMBER CO.
INOTIGE
In the matter of an application for tbe Issue of
a duplicate of the Cerllncates of Title for Lots 11
and It, Block W. Town of Silver.on ("Map 574);
the south % of Lot B, Block 6, 'Iown of No* M��u-
ver���and Lot 1, Block 31 and lot 8- Bldck :��-,
Mcittlltvray'.* Addition to New Denver (Map 667);
Notice Is bureby given that it in my intention
lo usite at lbs expiration of one trwnth Irom the
Ihe first publication hereof duplicates of tho
Certificates of Title to the above described lauds
in the name of Ilenrv -'licran and Harrv SherHii,
which I'crllflcatcs are dsted the 17th j'nue, 1HW,
the Uh of October, 1894, th.' iMnl .Iiilv, l.v.<... ��nd
Ibc 19th January, 1898, respectively, aud arc
numbered 2021K, 10447A, 782C and SHttK, respectively
H. F. MACLEOD,
District Registrar
Land Registry Office, Nelson, B C
*2��th. May, ion?
1NOTICE.
In the matter of an application lor Ihe issue of
a .lupll.nl.�����.I the tVrllflcate of Title lor Lots
in an I 17, Block vti, Town of Nelson.
Notice Is hereby given that II Is my intention
to Issue st the expiration of one month after the
II rot publication hereof a duplicate of th^i Certificate ��>f Title for the above I<ots in the name of
KraucoM K Pay which 4'ertlitcstii Is dated the
luth September,1HII9, und numbered ��<60K.
Land Regl-lry Office, Ne-M,m, lit'., lMh June.
19U*. H. F. Mai-LKOH,
District Registrar.
"We have five desirable residences for sale. Call and make
us an offer for all or any of these
properties.
Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron, Ltd.
3 Improved Ranches For Sale
���^^��� a
On Kootenay Outlet, between Nelson and
Procter.   Choice locations.   For particulars
inquire
T. Q. PROCTER
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
MADDEN  BLOCK, WARD ST.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Acres
of the
Choicest Ffttlt Lands in
British ConimDta.
Can sell any quantity irom. 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get tbe ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE.
Nelson, B. C.
We Hare For Sale One of the Prettiest Homes in
Nelson, Situated in Fairvirw, Close to the Car Line
Large 7-room house. Stone foundation and first-class cellar.,Complete water system. 10 lot* under cultivation agd planted in large, bearing fruit tree*.    Thi* I* a snap.    For particular* apply to
STUBBS
PITTS
FRUIT   LANDS
REAL   ESTATE
Kootenay Fruit Land!
Do not overlook tbe fact that at Kaslo we have one
of the nicest fruit orchards on our list.
Get particulars quick.
Kootenay Land & Investment Co,
AL.AIN   BLOCK,  WARD SX.
Phone 147.        P.O.Boi4��3
NELSON,  B. C
FRUITVALE!
GOOD SOIL
NO STONES
EXCELLENT TRANSPOR-,
TATION (Daily Trains.)
ABSOLUTE TITLE
EVERY TRACT SURVEYED
EVERY    TRACT    ACCESSIBLE
EASY TERMS
Something for the practical man.
Just investigate!���That Is All we
ask of you; artj you owe that much
to yourself.
Kootenay Orchard
Association
WARD ST.   -   KELSON, B.C.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Summer Excursion
.... Rates East
From Nelson $52*50
To Winnipeg, Port Arthur.
St. Paul, Duluth, Sioux Gty
Chicago $64.00
Toronto 178.50
St. Louis 160.00
New York $100.00
Halifax   $101.80
Montreal $84.00
St. John $94.00
Ottawa $82.55
Boston $85.50
On Sale July 3, 4. 5.   August 8, 9. 10.
September II, 12, 13.
First Clan Round Trip, 90
Days Limit.
Corresponding reductions from all
Kootenay points. Tickets available for
lake route incliuliiiK meals and berths
on lake steamers. Through rates quoted
to any station In Ontario, Quebec or
Maritime provinces on application.
1SOT1CE
Nolle la t.cret>7 given th^';ir.'6.
date 1 .'muni to apply lo L-��llver    31   d
lor ot tile llowur   '
panl ho(el . -
er.   67   %c:
lend.
K. J. OOTLK, J. 8. CARTER,
AJI I'. A..Vancouver. D. P.A.. Nelaon
^r�� Spanish   Cabinet   Filled.
Mndrld, July 3.���General Pvlmo Do
Rivera has been appointed mlulstcr ot
war in the Manrn cabinet to Ml the
portfolio made vacant by the death, on
June 30th. of General Lono. The Daily Canadian
A WORD TO THE WISE
Our stock of SOUVENIRS cannot be surpassed in variety and beauty
of design. We have ove** 40 different designs in Spoons which range in
price from 60 cents to $2.50. Besides Pins of all descriptions. Belt
Buckles, etc.
, O. PATENAUDE
MANLTAC'I I  Mlrstl
JBWBI .I.UK...
Watchmaker and Optician
C.l<OCERJT.S
SPRING IS HERE
SUGGESTING
HOUSECLEANING
Our Stock is Complete
SOAPS.  SOAP   POWDERS,
AMMONIA,   LYE,  Etc.
X
Here are t*o Soap Specials:
25   31b.   BARS    HOMESTEAD   $4.5C
72  BARS  GOLDEN WEST for $2.75
jMlTradingCo.5
4 This store will  bt> Cloned  Kvt-rv  Thurxluy   X
���%       Afternoon in June, July kimI August       *>
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NOTICE  #
t>RUN.NW ANU (.KAKTJNil cRrefnlly  nttc-ml
d to. Apply
MAKKY  WIMjIAMS,
Mtlrpr Kiti^r Hotel.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale.
All kinds of Dinner ware in stock. Patterns.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & &
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
iAMUEL  A.   WYE
HEATING  ENGINEER.
All Kinds of  Heating Plants  in  Stock.
SANITARY PLUMBING.
Victoria St., Nr. Orjera House.       Tel. 181.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Bout lluilders will lind it in their advantage to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
��� .....ii.,.!.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweep
Ing. Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean-
Ing  Stove*,  etc.
JACKSON   RADCLIFFE,
121  East Baker St. Phond  No. AIM
Three Sho<w Cases
,?a,rd..Tzuo Counters
him;    liiTT	
n  under tho  I.aui.,
hud ii   pretty turn   fur
over, tin-
clanH. evi
wlm have
jVIEETIINOS
Soolallavt Party incv'ls (very Fr du
*'v,>nlng nt 8 r> m.. In tbe (.liners' union Hsu
ah tiro Invited; any one allowed to taiu. pan in
Ihe ilL'bp.tes.    1. Austin, Serrclary.
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
Patronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
Best Located Hotel in Nelson
Apartments Elegant.   Cuisins Choicest
cfvlli'y and Cleanliness.
Bupervlsftd by proprlstot ami wife.
ICI   ON   PARLE   FRANCAIS
It. S. Hudson. Toronlo: G. O. Huchu-
niill. Trail; C. H. I.ennie, Vancouver;
('. W. Wallace, Spokane: A. H. Mc-
Ni ill. Kessiand: T. Guernsey. II. Gneru-
sey, Trail; ii. McKay. II. McLeod, Chi-
���a'-'o; Miss Bishop, Owen Sound; C.
Pingle.   Ottawa.
Cor*. Vernon ...nl \V��r-ij   ��*.tr*��a����t*t,
NBLSON,   B. C
C. M. Jolinson, Toronto; E. E. Penis,
Chicago; K. MacKhJght, Ymir; A. Prin-
git-, New Westminster; M. Sliannon.
Willow Point; P. H. Nettleton, Saluio;
O, E. Desmond, Kaslo.
QUEEN'S
M   II   llanann. Kossluiid:  C. I{. Tern-
pie, Portland.
BARTLETT.
H. Davis, Sandon;   W. Harrison, New
Denver.
HOYAL.
m. Campbell, Fertile;  .1. Toley, sio-
can;  P.  Davis Beaaly;  T. E. Clements,
Victoria;   c. Wells, Erie,
TREMONT.
A. C. Grouldtng, Slocan Junction; C. S.
Johnstone, N. McCallum, llonnliiKton;
I.. Marshall,'C. Wlnpress, Blue Hell; It.
McLeod, Ainswortli; J. McKnlght; Poor-
man; Ii. Mobbs, \. McEnchern, A. Mc-
EJachern, H. E, Blockman, Oerrard; H.
Qhn&tad. c.w:���: a. rjuricir, a. rtvltl,
Ainswortli;   ,1.   Ward.   New   Denver;   W.
l'. O'Brien,    Spokane;    c. w. "*��������.
Roesland;     W.   Flint.    Duluth;    G.   B.
White,  Deer Park;   T. Poole, Erie.
GRAND  CENTRAL
.1. A. Currier. P. Lapalme, Vancouver;
W.   Moore,   Victoria.
FOR   SALE
160 Acre pre-emption, 2 acres cleared,
50 trees and some small fruits planted.
A o-room dwelling, houses and sheds
for 400 chickens $350.00.
A     pre-emption    on    Beaver    Creek,
Little Slocan.
.$450.00.
Geo. G. McLAREN
Baker  St.,   Nelson.
Piano   and  Singing Lessons
Given   by   Mrs.   Winter   Every  Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds certificate from
KoyaJ Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certificate from Trinity
College, London, Kng., for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conser-
ratotrs of Music for singing and piano
playing. Address Box 796, Nelson.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay  Ice, Fruit,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICE:
N. E. cor. Baker   and   Ward   8ts.
WOMAN I'IMMJKNKKAI. lIOtMBWORK. Chirm-
marl employed, Mr*. H. H. Umnle, Hoover Ht.,
Let ween t�� a. in   an.) 1 p. rn .
���lO'lU STK��'AKI>. Immediately. A|>|>ly Huered
llearr Hi..pllal, Hreeliwiinil. 11. r.
TO LET
rivn FIRBT.:i.a��S HOOMH ateam heated,
l.lv hiHiaekeener. 3rd flat, K. \v <:.block.
Ap-
,
appeal,    and    ii    language for Quebuo
which was not adapted to popular con-
sumption In Ontario. Hut as to this,
the one parly has offended as badly as
Ihe other, and Sir Wilfrid Laurler nim-
have  ,.  TO RENT-
. * e iota with bearing fruit
a new deveu ,... 2tn��orB from Kooteii-
old JealoiiBlcH bct^ff^JJfJ^J^JJJ
that should never have exi**Hreet,
Reduced   Rates.
The excursion rate to Winnipeg baa
been  reduced  from  $52.60  to  $4.1.10.
All   Got   Prizes.
Every c'.iiM taking part in the children's sports yesterday not a prize.
Dance at the  Armory.
Til ere will be a dance at the armory
this evening. The committee in charge
have sp^nt a good deal of time in making preparations for the event.
North  Star  Mining Co.
A meeting of the directors of the
North Star Mining Co, was held at Montreal Wednesday) June 86th. it is reported that the annual report is satisfactory and that there is sufficient
money In the I reasuty to carry on development  work  for another year.
Will  Aid  Mining.
The Prospector says that as soon as
the plant of the Cranbrook Electric
Light co.. is installed and in operation,
the mining field will lake advantage of
the extent to which electric power can
be sub-divided and the ease with which
it can be transmitted to any given
point.
B. C.  F. G. A.
W. .1. Brandrith, of Ladner, and Henry Kipp, of Chillwack, are holding the
quarterly meeting of the British Columbia Fruit (.rowers' Association in Kaslo
this afternoon and evening. They will
address a meeting in Nelson, in the
court house tomorrow evening.
Careless Shooting.
There has been considerable careless
shooting going on of late in the immediate vicinity of Nelson. The other evening a shot whizzed past two pedes
trians and embedded itself in a board
fence. If more care is not taken there
Wljl he a tatal accident some of these
.lays.
Will Go to the Supreme Court.
The appeal case of W. If. Covert and
the K. T. Bank vs. L, Vaugban and the
Granby Co., which was recently decided
in favor of the plaintiffs by three supreme court judges, will now go to the
supreme court of Canada. Notice of appeal has been served by D. Whiteside
on behalf of the defendants Vaughun
and  (Jranby   Co.
Public School   Flay.
Many citizens have inquired why the
public school Hag is not (lying for the
celebration. The answer given by a
member of the board of trustees is that
twice the ropes have been broken by
Un'lowe'en jesters. Since ihe last occasion, in l!*or>, the board has been unable to get any one to make the necessary repaiit, which involve climbing the
pole.
Transfer of the   Hume.
At 12 midnight of Sunday, June 80th,
in tbe presence of a group that included
many old-timers of Nelson. .1. Fred
Hume formally handed over the keys
of the Hume hotel to his successor,
G. I*. VYfjlls. As he did so he remarked;
"I hope hell huve at least as good suc-
cens as 1 have had.''
Glasses wnre then filled and John
Cholditeh to^st.id the retiring host, "the
man who was straight even in politics."
"For thov are jollv good fellows " was
r.,,,..,   ���..���   **...   -v^   ��..���   ..<:-�����    ii.n6.orna
Then with J. Fred. In the centre of the
ling,  all  joined   in   "Auld   Lang   Syne."
The Store of Quality
PPIDE OR
CANADA
MAPLE SYRUP
-AND-
MAPLE SUGAR
ARE ABSOLUTELY THE
GENUINE ARTICLES
Made   only   by  the   Maple   Tree   Producers' Association. Waterloo, Quebec.
Shipment Just opened up and guaran
teed the best ever brought into Nelson
Rob* M* Hood & Co,
K.  W.  C   RloaV      Prions  10.
For Sale
50 ft.  Corner,   Houston   and  ward,  $375
50 ft.  and  Cabin,   Mill,   near park,  $275
Residence���Centrally located, near station; six rooms and bath, electric
light, water, sewer.
Also business  property, factory  sites,
etc., etc.
F1. B. LYS
REAL  ESTATE AGENT.
West Baker Street. NELSON. B. C.
FOR SALE
Brand New Art Bell Piano
CHEAP.       APPLY
John T. Pierre, Baker St.
Heinz Bulk
Sweet Pickles
50c per Quart
Also a lull line of Heinz goods.
The  name  is  a   sufficient
guarantee of quality.
C A Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts.
PHONE   7
WHFN YOU COME TO
NELSON FOR OUR
CELEBRATION
you   will   want   to   pick   up   some   little
Souvenirs
of your visit, and prooably some
Picture Post Cd-rds
We make a special feature of
Picture Post Cards and Souvenirs, and show one of tbe best
assortments in H. C.
WE   ALSO  CARRY
A Nice Line of Fine Leather Goods
Hand Hags. Purses, Caul Cases.
cigar Cases, Leather Hound Editions of Standard Authors, Pints,
Classics, Ktc., Ktc.
Talking Machines and Records
Edison Phonographs, Columbia Qra-
pbophnnes (the finest disc machine
On the market.) and a large stuck
of both  Cylinder and  Disc Records
oT all makes.
Come in and look around and hear the
music whether you want anything or
not, We're always glad to see everybody.
W. G. Thomson
888^*2" "od   Nelson, B. C.
Phuna .i-t.
PERSON.
A. II. Mac.NVIu arrived from Rpsalftnd
last iilBht.
J. II. Schc.fic-ld. M. L. A., was in Hie
city yesterday,
C. M. Fraser and wife' left for Toronto this uiornltiK.
Mliw English, of Kaslo, leaves for
Toronto in trrt   morning.
F. W. Guernsey and It Guernsey arrived from Trail last night.
Duncan McArth ur came up from Vancouver for the celebration.
J. Fred Hume says his travels will
will not begin before October.
G 0. liuchanan returned from Trail
last   night and   lu  at  the Strathcona.
S llutler and wife will have for Ihe
Kasi tomorrow morning, iheir destination being Wyoming, Ont.
A. McVlttle, of Medicine Hat, is revisiting old friends In Nelson and taking   In   the   celebration.
A. I'ringle, late of the staff of the
New Westminster Columbia**) Is In Ihe
city for rhe celebration,
Mrs. Hrur-e H.-atlrenic, of San Francisco, Is visiting her slst.-rs. Mrs. Davys
and  .Mrs. Ooepei, In  N'.-lson.
His Honor Judge Wilson leaves for
Fast Kootenay tomorrow morning, but
will return to spend tbe summer In
North Nelson.
Nonuun McLeod, Formerly of Nelson,
but now of Lethblidge, Is In the city.
Mr. MoLeod says thai In spile of the
backward spring tbe crop win be a record   breaker-  in   Boutbern  Albertu.
inland  Revenue.
The Inland Revenue collections for
June were: Spirits, 11,688.69; mail,
1420; cigars, $289.20; rnw leaf tobaccr,
JK.1.4C;   total. $4,4411.36.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
THinlOSllS Mini   Rltf 11 .Valors lu
Fresh and Salted Meats
Cnmps supplied on shortest notice and
lowest price. Nothing but   fresh arid
wholesome meats and supples kept in stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES.    Manage*.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Sor   C   K.
DOMINION   ANO   PROVINCIAL   LAND
8URVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
imice:   llealey Building.    1'. O. Ilox 431
Baker St.,  NELSON,  B. C.
Is Pemow/ied
FOR
1t5 5ce/iei?y
Its Business Energy
AMD
3 to Consider
24    LOTS,    an    excellent    block.      $500.
Easy t*rms.
5 ROOM   HOUSE.   Hoover   St..   splendid
Harden, fruit trees, etc. $1,500;  one
half   cash,   balance   $15  per   month,
6   per cent.
6-ROOM  HOUSE, verandah, garden, one
and   a   half   blocks   from   car   line.
$8 50; $375 cash, balance easy.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER   ST.
We Will Be
Closed
SMonday and
Tuesday
Afternoons
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161,
HOUSTON HLOOK.
S- S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
rNEUSOIN,    -     B. c
GOOD TIMBER
on   1600   acres,   south   of   Burton    city,
for sale.     Apply  to
The M. & W. Land Co., Limited,
ALTONA,   MAN,
Cricketera   for   America,
indori.     .Inly     2. ��� The     Mrrr lyhono
ekel ('in!., which l�� to bo to Amelia*
tin- fr.ii. win Include Heaokotfa k.
tchard, l'. w. Bherwoll, .1. Btooke and
O Schwarz. Srhwnr/., Snooke anil
���rwell ino froni Soutb Africa and
mh.'rs of tin' Boutn African cricket
now playing b  remarKAble series
matche*  in  (Irerrt   llrllnln.
��� ��� tT^Hral
SLATER SHOES
We have just received
>!���
ftsuwl
It Shoe ��
a consignment of the
Genuine  SLATER  SHOE
for which we are sole
agents   for   this   city.
JJver try a pair?
ImmgrnSm
"The Royal"
R. ANDPEW & CO., PROPRIETORS
DOMINION DAY GOODS
Chinese Lanterns
Tissue
Glass Lanterns for Launches
Flags
Paper
Decorations
In Great
Fire Works
Torpedo Canes
From 10c
per Dozen
To $25
Variety
Silk and Paper Fans
Horns
Each
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd*
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phone  81
For  a Stylish   Suit
Iluilt to Fit th.- Pignra and Coep It* Shape Not Only the First
Week   Yon   Winr   II,   Bin   All   tin-   Time        Qfll    It    Mmle   by
T.iYi.ii:.V  Jlcyr a. i:icn-:    the Bailable Tailors, of Kouteuay.
Absolute   satisfaction   guaranteed    or    money   refunded,
TAYLOR <& McQUARRJE
High Class Tailors, Baker St , Nelson, B. C.
maHHHnmoB
THE LAST
SHIPMENT OF
M
SEMI-READY
2 PIECE SUITS
TO HAND
J.  A.  OILKER
baki:r siHiiin, iniil**o;n.
''SwZXiZE*2SS?S
STARKEY & CO.
Wholaj*��MI��ji   I 'rovlwli ins,
Produue,
Rr-ult.
Oovernment Creamery One Prmmt Itruka nieivxl w .������ ���kly fresh from the
churn.    For Nile by nil I.ii.Iuik grocers.
Office arid warehouse: Hnuaton lllock,    Phono 70.
Josephine Street. Nelson, B. C.
Spring 13 Here
We have prepared for this season by passing into stock all the
requisites for the rancher gardener or householder.   Spades,
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Spading Porks, Tree I'runers,
Tree Sprayers, Small Garden Tools, Etc.
Prompt  attention  paid  to   letter  orders.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.
INEtUSOIN    IROIN    WORKS
eiNairxEERS  aimo conthactohs
EOUINOliRS AND
MACHINISTS
B.  A.  ISAAC
R.   W.   HINTON
���4��p*,lrl>.ic  .....I .f,,l.t,ii.u uxBcutad ���.���.111, [>��Mpt.leh.    Sliu.t  Matnl
Work, .Mli.l.iK .....t  .Mill Mnuhlnary.      M��.iulautura<ra of
On.  l��nr*,   H.   ht.   Ciiiitriiut..ra'   C.-m.
NELSON,    B.  C.
Ti'li-phoiii* M
!���(>   Hot  lu-.'i
A.G. LAMBERT & CO.
Lumber. Shingles.
MANUFACTURERS
AND DEALERS IN
lL,<uth, AioulcJlnxH, Doors, Windows.
Turned Work and Uruckets.
VKRINOIN HTHIIRT   -
Mail Orders promptly attended to.
rxm ..��*�� ��in. ii. C
Sttmmef  Necessities
��V>^>^VVV^>VWr*��*��*��*^��Wi*��*��*��<A��*J*<<
GARDEN  HOSE
And   NOZZLES
LAWN MOWERS
And CLIPPERS
Door and Window Screens
LAWN SPRINKLERS
And WATERING CANS
GARDEN TOOLS
And SPRAYERS
l
Wdod-Vallance Hardware Co., Limited
Wholesale INIJI.SOIN Reltil ,
���^"^s^r^Sa^^r^VN^VN^^^Ara^^a^^a^^^ra^^a^r^^^^^^Ar*****!*^

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