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Array UUMB   2.     NO.   47.
NELSON, B. C, MONDAY, JULY 2ft, 1907.
Fifty Cbnts a Month
b Nationalist Leader
J Is Strengthened by Failure of
���kreirs Bill���Wm. O'Brien
Still a Rebel.
^*.*ri.i^.|I.|.|.iJYork, July 29.���"The collaime of
i|lT��**]l hill was Im! ;i jmKsii.K cloud,
��� |oeH well with Ireland."
Kb. Redmond, the Irish leader in
I Ipttleh Mou.se of Conimons, ia o|>-
He declarea that in Itfland
>le are uiiilnm up their loiim for
of  renewed and   rlgOffO-Ufl  a��i-
1 **Tkto Winter." he Hlati-H, "will sec a
ttittit) Willi prupimanda carried out in
���tfc IfWiand and (ireat Hritaln on as
it ft tcale as Unit which marked the
Hfe between the two Home Rule
ttfc�� HL886 and 1893.
;*'������^((���Mfc    the     letiirn     to   othc*'   of   the
ts government   the    leaders    antl*4
���klftd hie of the Irish   parties hardly
Home  Rule,  but they   did  ex-
1 Jnutallnieiii    that ia to Hay, they
a  limited  measure, no doubt,
{.-Which  ao far as it  went,  would
feted by truat in the people aud
(pouter   ui>on   them   real   control
tlon,  at any  rate, of Irish  JOT-
ad of that they were offered a
which    enormoualy    increased
ir of the central government aula the handa of the lord ILeutcu-
; Dublin    Castl.-,   did    not   truat
with absolute control of any
Iter,   large   or   small.       Every-
council   did, even   to  the   up
^_t of a Junior clerk, waa subject
^fmto of the lord lieutenant���that
���feltn   Castle.
t'-fb* whole,  I  believe what has oc-
Hfc good   for   Home   Rule.     If thu
j^Mll had   paaaed  the  Commons,
JMeatlonahly It would have been
(by the Lords, and It then would
���aeil   into   the   programme   of
fal    party   as   its   Irish   pulley.
jntally tilts great movement will
[.the   front   a   number   of   other
.hieh  have recently sprung Into
lllfe In Ireland.    A great  indus-
jlval   and   a   great   literary   re-
fon foot.    A movement  passion-
���   Intensity   for  further  educa-
ellltles  ia spreading among all
Af our   people.
treinainlng problem in connection
JM land,  namely, the breaking  up
Hreat   grazing   ranches   and   tlie
���ennt  of Connaught, ia rapidly
|ved by the action of the people
. who are not content to wait
Jlation   promised   for   next   ses-
^fc who  by somewhat   rough-and-
W-eapons,   Imii,   l   a ni   1 hank tul   io
l '���Ittiout   outrage or  crime,  are  en-
it thf* edict  of public opinion. The
ft Country   is   full  of   active,   vigor-
fit, and   the   depressing effecta  of
�� failure of the Councils  (till have nl
^^^^^^���pletely   disappeared.
1 and there we hear lhe voice of
Jit and of dissension- when has
, or, for tlie matter of lhat fact.
3try. been free from il ? Mr.
jO'l.rlen at 111 remains at arm's
VOm     hlH old    OOlle&gUOl    and
 ���_^Hb<1 refuaea to re-enter the ranks
^���ge bound   party.    A  few   vomit;
-Sit   of   them   quite   sincere,   are
^^^^^���frr   the   withdrawal   of   the  Na-
^rty   from   the   Houae   of Com-
IwttuKt*   with  the Impatience  of
H^ey   chafe   nt   the   delays   and
Itments  and   entirely   overlook
DoiiH and  steady advances and
QtlB     of     the    paat     twenty-live
that.    It ia true It was separated from
any   of   the   other   workings   on   either
the   Kingston   or   War   Horae,   hut   instead of il   being an exposure of ore in
a prospect hole that a lucky slick of dynamite  had   laid  hure,  Ule Gazette  waa
surprised  to  llnd  that it  was In a  tunnel   In   which   lhe   men had   been   working   several   weeka   and   from   which   a
large dump of fine-looking ore had been
taken,  the   lunnel   face   being   In   something over 20 feet  with ore In the face,
top,  bottom and both aides.    A  body of
andesite   eruptive    intervenea    between
ll   and  the  tunnel  lower down  the hill.
which was deacribed in thi' Gazette several   weeka   ago.     Mr.   U'ells,  tiie   local
manager,    when    asked    what    relation
thla ore hody had to that deacrihed  before. Habl  he   was  nut   yet   certain   lhat
he   was prepared   to commit   himself  to
any    definite   statement    concerning   it.
That,    he   said,    would   have   lo   he   de
termined   by   further  development.   The
steep hillside makes the disposal of ore
taken out in the course of development
a   difficult  task ai. times, and when  the
storage   facilities   are   overtaxed   there
seems to be no alternative at the present  stage of the game than  to quit  extracting ore and look  for another place
to open It up.    The ore contains as gan-
gue, considerable ealc spar with the altered    aedlmetarlea    with    chalcopyrlte,
pyrrhortte and miapickel.    The mineralization, although  heavy,  is  very  evenly
distributed through the ganguc.
Such a showing, or rather aeries of
showings, as may be seen from the
various openings OS the Kingston group,
should encourage the company lo go in
for extensive work. It is understood
lhat all the treasury' stock waa taken
out of the market over a year ago, and
a good deal of what had been Bold waa
gathered In hy tin1 prlnclpata. who have
themselves put up the money that haa
been expended In development during
the  past year.
Frojn present apjiearances it is not
likely that the G. N. R. tracks will be
long In Hedley until an aerial tram ia
Installed and shipments begin from this
group.���Hedley Gazette.
New   Provincial   Government   Will   9ee
Its Term  Out���Conservatives
Expect Victory.
^^^^^^^���beaklng i>f Ireland  as n   whole
X4l|ft      Ople.  lav   nnd clerical, are   united
^������^"���'���mful  and   determined.    They  he
^HEthe   old    policy    of    Pimiell,   a
^hgllatlon      at   home,   a   pledge-
lad Independent parly In  I'm 11a
Ed   thoy   have   learned   In   hitler
that      the     one     calamity
than   any   other  conceivable   la
^^^^^Jlsunlon In  the  Nalloual   lauka
^Be concerned may take it from
���M     BBft la  und  there will   he   no  such
****.-        ��   .___������������-__.
Property   in   Hedley   Camp  la
Proving   Rich.
^Bslvo chunk uf lioiuWfull.Y  mln
milled   cc. I, i,. ��� 1     .'I'*    wlilrli    I1111I    1 11
ht down from lln* Kingston wiih In
Me In liiwn hint week anil nx 11
MM In linvi* rmiii' Ir,,111 n new on*
^^^^Kened til) on the Kingston Un*
proceeded  up  the lilll   nn   S:u
rniiiK to examine.
of being n distinctly now
uncovered, il wiih roiinil to Im
more   important   lay-out   lliiin
St. John, N. It., July 29.���Interact in
New Urunswick in the political si ma
tlon, both federal and provincial, ia increasing and already, although the elec-
tlona are still a long way off, several
candidates are mentioned. Since Premier Kohinson announced thai another
session wiouhl be held before elections
are called ,ltls policy has been strongly
ciliicized in some quartan.
Ity law the term of each legislature
runs live yeara and two months, ao
that the ortlclal term of lhe present government does not expire until April B,
L908. Moreover, the law* provides that,
if the House la lu session when Ita legal
date of dissolution arrives, the term
shall be extended fur 45 days. It la not
unusual for govern ment s to delay so
long before returning lo the electorate
for a renewal of authority, but the
situation of the present New Ilrunswick
government ia unusual. The double reorganization during the past few months
was precipitated by a totally unforeseen
aeriea of political evenla, beginning with
lhe death of Governor Snowball, and
comprising the death of Dr. A. A. Stockton, nnd the nomination of Premier
Pugsley as the Liberal candidate In St.
Premier Robinson was called to office
after the leglalature had prorogued. For
some years he has been practically relieved from active politics by hla duties aa speaker, and so haa been unable
to get Into aa close touch with the electors throughout the province aa he
would otherwlae have been.
In St. John It ta said thai .Mr. John
Daxter will run for tin- counly, and
that Dr. A. \\\ Macrae will he a candidate for the city. The Conservative
party haa been paying a lot of attention
to organization of late, and much is
expected trom lhe newspaper which. It
la said, la lo be established shortly, and
fromXhe lour of Mr. It. L, Horden.
There la a rumor lhat .1. D. Hazrn,
leader of the provincial opposition, will
run against Dr. Pugsley in St. John,
but while this Is generally talked about,
It fa scarcely probable. Col. II. H. McLean ia mentioned as the Liberal candidate from his home county of
Hon. C. W. Koblnson returned yesterday from Montreal. His attention being called to the telegraphic deapatchea
which recently appeared In a portion of
ihe press, regarding the financial |K>sl-
tlon of the province, Ihe premier declared that Ihe alleged Interview did
not give a correct account of what he
He further slated that the financial
position of the province waa excellent,
thai Its credit was equal to that of any
other province of Canadn. and Hint the
object of hla mission to Montreal waa
to consult with flnanclera aa lo (he advisability of making, at the present
time,  an  laaue of long  term  bonds.
Trains Collided.
Broctun, Maaa, July 29.���A apeclal
train ran Into the rear of a freight (rain
Standing under lhe Plain Street bridge
on the New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad, and plowed Ita way
through (he caboose and four freight
(ara, killing three trainmen und Injuring tour others, two of them Berloualy.
Ni Others were hurt. It Is said lhat no
fl airman had been sent to the rear of
the freight to warn approaching trains.
JAPAN PATIENT I ���4C"uimi 0F umm
Will Give Korean Emperor
Every Chance
Only Object of Intervention Is to
Secure and Maintain Law
and Order.
Seoul, J lift* 29.���Vlacount Hayashi,
the Japanese foreign minister, describes
his visit to Seoul as an excursion during the government holidays for communicating to Marquis Ito the demand
made hy public feeling In Japan for
rectification of exiatlng conditions in
Korea, and to consult with the Marquis
as to what should be dope In view of
the grave state of the present crisis.
Viscount Hayashi has consented to say
that the abdication of the Emperor occurred simultaneously with his arrival
in Seoul, and waa a surprise and disappointed hla plans. Neither Marquis
Ito or Japan had any part in the abdication, but on the other hand if con
aulted they would not have advised It.
Regarding the report that he came to
Korea on a apeclal mission, Viscount
Hayashi Admitted that it was true that
he came entrusted with hla govcrn-
ment'a programme. Japan's position
here was delicate, and its responsibilities were great.
An intriguing government was Impossible, and the plan to murder all the
cabinet ministers, which was reported
to be a scheme of the emperor for his
restoration to power, with a cabinet
wholly anti-Japanese waa unthinkable.
Regarding possible plans for the future government Hayaahl said that the
Korean throne had nothing to fear from
the Japanese, but there must be a competent organized administration. Japan's programme would be executed only
wiih regard to due forme, with the consent of the constituted sovereign, and
was subject to modification according
to conditions. It had already modified
Its plana, and If the Korean throne established a competent government,
Japan would deal  with It.
At present the Japanese authorities
were wholly concerned with the restoration of order. Until this was accomplished they were ,unable to proceed,
and his mission must await normal conditions, for the future promotion of tbe
welfare of the people waa his foremost
The former emperor is responsible
for four anti-Japanese conspiracies
since his abdication. The flrst conspiracy constlted In ordering the Imperial
guard to rush the palace on the night
of July 19th. The second Is found In
the defiance of the minister of war hy
the Korean army. The third was the
attack on tho police at the Great Hill,
which the Japanese have proof to show
was lead by an army officer, and the
fourth consisted In his direct manlpulu-
i ions of the functions of the preaent emperor.
One Japanese was wounded during
the encounter in front of the Great Hill.
Tho villas belonging to deposed mem
hers of the former cabinet were burned
down. The electric plant Is now under
guard, and all night the Japanese
town waa under the vigilance of lire
Police reserves have arrived here
from   Talko.
Sensational rumors are current that
three crulaera. with ability to land
1,000 bluejnckela are making their way
to Chemulpo.
And to Everything Else.
Cleveland, Ohio. July 29���John D.
Rockefeller told memberB of the Sunday school of the Euclid Avenue Hap-
tlsl church yesterday that the great secret of succeas is "get nway from the
butterfly pursuits of life and devote
yourself to doing good tu those around
you." "It will be 64 years next September since I come Into Sunday school,"
ho continued, "I was 14 years old and
I consider fhat event the most important of my llfo. An old lndy came to me
one day and asked If I belonged to Sunday school. I told her I belonged to
the Haptlsla. She was a Presbyterian
and did not have much use for tho Hap
tlsts, but she told me to stick to It and
I always have."
Summer   Hotel  on   Fire.
Far Rockaway. N. Y.; July 29.���A big
lire la raging at Long Reach, a coast re-
soro u few miles from thla place. As
slatance haa been asked of the local fire
department and engines have been sent
from here. One of the largest hotels
along the Atlantic coast Is located at
Long Reach and there are n score or
more of cottages which are occupied at
this season hy New Yorkera. The hotel la a great wooden alructure of three
stories and Is about COO feel long nnd
200 feet wide. It Is usually crowded
with summer guests at this season of
the year.
Jury   Find  "Not   Guilty"���Comment   of
British  Papers on   Trial  and
Its Revelations.
Boise, July 28.���The jury In the Hay-
wood case returned a verdict of acquittal.
I.*ondon, July 29.���Commenting on the
trial of William D. Haywood at Itoise,
the Chronicle today says: "The state
of society revealed by the trial Is more
terrible than any civil war, because it
is more treacherous and Ib likely to be
more lasting. From beginning to end It
reveals a condition of brutal rapacity
confronted with a savage display of
\loIence, a condition that gives America's b tasted civilization a very dubious
The Dally News says: "From the outset the question has been complicated
by the fierce prejudices of a kind of
smouldering class war. The whole movement, both In the evidence at the trial
and its accompaniments In public excitement, haa allustrated the Insecurity
of authority in America and the profound scepticism concerning the identity
of law and Justice." Both editorials refer to President Roosevelt's "undesirable clti��en" statement. The News calls
it one of his frequent public indiscretions, and the Chronicle predicts that
it will cost him dear.
Ontario  and Manitoba  Recognize  Each
"   Other's Teachers' Certificates
on Equal Terms.
Toronto. July 29.���The Conservative
governments of Ontario and Manitoba
have taken tbe first steps towards uniformity in educational tests, and towards a national system of education.
"The aim of the Educational Conference is to have all educational certificates granted In one part-of the Empire accepted In every other part.
"Manitoba and Ontario have made a
mutual beginning in recognizing the
teachers'   certificates   of  each   other.
"Manitoba has gone one step farther
in accepting British medical degrees."
Thus spoke Hon. Colin H. Campbell,
attorney general of Manitoba, In discussing the aims of tbe Educational
Conference, recently held in England,
from which he had Just returned.
"The purpose is to bring the,different
parts of the Empire closer together by
establishing educational standards. 1
am very hopeful of this being eventually accomplished," declared Mr. Campbell.
It was with evident pride tbat he
pointed to the fact that doctors holding
degrees from British medical colleges
were entitled to practice in Manitobn
without further examination. The Rt.
Hon. Arthur Balfour had referred to this
fact in one of hU addresses before the
Mr. Campbell pointed out that before
certificates could be accepted in any
part of the Empire each part must arrange to huve its own degrees accepted
inside its own borders.
"For example. In many cases, degrees
and certificates granted in one province
of Canada are not accepted in another
province. There must be a levelling up
so thnt the standard demanded by the
weakest institution will be high enough
to satisfy any'province.
' But there are many cases where it is
not a question of meeting the standard
r'equirenients, but simply lack of cooperation," he went on.
He instanced the fact that tlie late
Ontario government refused to recognize the teachers' certificates granted
by the Manitoba department of educa
tlon. The Manitoba government knowing
the high standard they themselves demanded, anil that for one teacher win*
moved from Mnnltoba to Ontario, one
hundred moved from Ontario to Manitoba. Biild very simply: "If you refuse
to recognize our certificates we must re
fuHe  to  recognize  yours."
"Since the Whitney government came
Into power," snld Mr. Campbell, "repre
sentfillveH have again got together and
us a result there is now an Interchange
of certificates between tho two provinces. I hops to see this plan of Interchange extended all over Canada.
and eventually over the Empire."
It was felt by those at the conference
that It would lie called to meet again
during the next meeting of the Colonial
Conference, ho that a number of nint
ters pertaining to the consolidation of
the Empire will he under discussion nt
one time.
Mr. Campbell has gone to Palermo.
In Halton county, to visit his fntherln*
law. Dr. Buck, who has tho distinction
of being tho oldcBt practising physician
In Ontario. Mrs. Campbell remains In
England for a vlHlt of some months before  returning to Canada.
House Called for Nov. 20th.
(Special to Tho Daily Canadian.)
Ottawa.    July    29.���It Is reported on
good  authority that   parliament  will be
'���iiiiiniont.il to meet on Nov. 20th.
Fiend Still at Large.
Berlin, July 29.���Another girl baby,
It Is reported, wus stubbed hero today
The outrngo ocurred In the Schoentnser
alley, n crowded working people's (lis
Scarcity Affects Smelter
Hall Mines Prospects ire Still Indeterminate���More Men For
Silver King.
The smelter situation in Kootenay at
the present time is an interesting one,
although it is not particularly pleasing
to owners and managers of shipping
mines, and still iesB to lessees, who see
the period of expiry coming nearer
while profits a,re delayed and reduced.
The subject has been quietly discussed by mining inea for a long time,
but while many expressions of Impatience have been heard, there Ib no
general complaint against smelter management.
The production of ore In Kootenay
especially in the Slocan, has been less
during the last 12 months than for many
years past, and the supply available for
the smelters -has been uncertain and
variable In the extreme.
Added to these features of the situation there is the persistently recurring
report of a general reorganization of
business affecting the West Kootenay
smelters, on which no definite information is vouchsafed from any authoritative quarters, where Inquiries are met
only by diplomatic failures to confirm.
J. J. Campbell, manager of the Hall
Mines company, was asked this
morning if it were true that the smelters were troubled by a shortage of coke.
Mr. Campbell's Information to the press
was, as always, courteously given, but
decidedly meagre.
To the first question ho Bald: "Yes.
We have been informed that, owing to
lack of coke. North port cannot take any
more Hunter V ore at present, ao we
have temporarily transferred most of
the force from there to the Silver King,
where we needed  more men."
"Is the Hall Mines smelter tn trouble
from shortage of coke?"
"No, not  from shortage of coke."
"Are operations to bo continued?"
"Yes, we handled a lot of ore yesterday, one of our biggest runs."
"Are you still accepting ore?"
"Yes, some, occasionally, as we want
"Are you refusing ore?"
"Yes. when we don't want any of a
partlcu'ar kind."
"About the smelter situation generally "
Mr. Campbell shook his head.
"Still Indeterminate?"
"Indeterminate Is a good word."
United States Authorities Concerned at
Loss  of   Settlers.
Winnipeg, July 29.���That the United
States authorties will take some measure to materially change the law of
their country with respect to the exodus
of their population to other countries
is a matter which bus been known to
have been imminent for some time. J.
W. Jenks, one of the members of tlie
commission recently uppolnted by the
U. S. congress, in order to mnke an Investigation of the movement from the
American republic is at present a guest
In the city and will be In Winnipeg u
short time to obtain all iMisslble Infor-
m-.ition here. Tbe commission recently
appointed by the United States cougresn
Int'lutled three senators, three memberH
of tbe house of representatives, anil
three additional members named by thu
president.. Mr. Jenks Is one of the appointees of President Roosevelt and In
on his way westward for the purpose of
making a thorough Investigation of the
whole situation and of ascertaining In
Just what manner the Immigration
movement is affecting tho United
States. Other members of the commission are making similar investigations
In other parts of the country and the
commissioners will submit a detailed report to congress as soon as they have
finished their work of collecting tho necessary information. Mr. Jenks will go
as far as Victoria and will then make a
trip down  the  Pacific coast.
Thnt the United States have looked
with no little alarm on the enormous
movement of Amerlcnns from the Western and Central states of the Union is
a matter of which there Is no doubt.
Within the consular district which Is
under the jurisdiction of the local American consul there are at least SO,000
Americans scattered over an Immense
territory   stretching   from   Neplgon   In
New Ontario to the westerly confines of
the province of Saskatchewan. Ail these
represent the number of recent arrivals
and by no means include the thousands
who have become naturalized Canadians
since they have taken up their abode In
Canada. Instead of the movement lessening it is continually on the inr *e
and the consequent exodus of b*
best people and large quantifier- ^j,
leal   have   been  sufficient   to   can.. -   ���- *^
little anxiety across  the line.
Whatever changes will be recommended, Mr. Jenks did not in the slightest Intimate, but that there will be some
radical differences recommended Is certain. The settling of American people
In Canada was formerly looked upon as
a matter of fact which would result to
mutual benefit of both ot the great
countries concerned, and It soems Just
possible that congress has been led to
believe that the balance of advantage
has been Inclining toward the Canadian
west. At any rate they have deemed
the matter one worthy of the closest investigation, on which all authentic and
available information is to be obtained.
Some months will yet be spent by the
members of the commission in securing
the required data and there seems no
doubt that radical changes will most
probably ensue at the next meeting of
Erratic Editor Denounces
Hef emomy of Peace Loving: Nations
Passes to America, Germany
a Good Second.
Morroccan    Government    Forces    Burn
villages of Rebels���Approach
McLean's Prison.
Tangier, July 29.���The Sherlflan
trcops Saturduy attacked villages belonging to the Kmass tribe. In whose
territory tbe bandit RalsullI holds Cald
Sir Henry McLean prisoner. The troops
burned ani looted the villages, killing
many of the Inhabitants and taking a
large number of prisoners. The government forces were completely victorious
but as the battle was fought within six
hoars' Journey of where Cald MacLean
is believed to be located his position Is
regarded as more precarious thanever.
The Sheiifian troops were under the
command of Cald Bouchta, who has a
personal account to settle with Ralsull.
having been wounded by the bandit In
a former encounter. Having reached the
walled town of Sheshuan Saturday, the
heads of the Kmass villages met Bouchta and offered to discuss with him terms
for the release of Caid MacLean. The
government official declined to discuss
this matter and demanded the surrender
forthwith of Kaisuli. He then burned
the villages, occupied Sheshuan and beheaded three rebels who had been In
the fight.
Caid Bouchta, who thus far has been
completely victorious, will now advance
upon other villages, overawing the Inhabitants in an endeavor to destroy
Ralsuli's nlfluence. The sultan Is mobilising other troops to assist In the
search and capture of Ralsull.
Private Secretary of Minister Sold Pardons and  Honors.
Paris, July 29.���Gil Bias is responsible for the sensational statement that
it has been discovered that a former
private secretary of the present Minister of Justice, M. Ouyot-Dessalgne,
at one time conducted a scandalous
traffic in public offices, decorations and
According to this newspaper, which
promises to publish the names of the
parties concerned tomorrow, a number
of important personages, including M
Gnyot-Dessuignc and some of his friends
and relatives, are Implicated.
Continuing, till Bias Bays that M.
Bouchard, an examining magistrate,
has been conducting an investigation
of the affair for one week, and that the
private secretary In question has confessed.
The publication of these charges has
created a greut stir and recalls the notorious affair In which M. Wilson, son-
in-law of FYancols P. J. Orevy. a former
president of the Republic, was so deep,
ly involved, and which compelled M.
drovy to resign In 1887.
Sought Trouble and Found It.
New York, July 29.���The Herald todays says: After repeatedly using Insulting lnnguuge to women passengers
anil challenging their male escorts to
fight William McKee, 28 years old, au
amateur athlete living In Long Island,
cither foil or was thrown from a Long
Island train while It was running at a
speed of nearly 40 miles an hour, near
Hammlls, lust evening and was killed.
His body was found lying across the
third rail but It Ib believed that death
wiib caused Instantly Iby railing off!
Leaving Rockaway Park the train was
so filled with returning Monday excur
slonlsts that every platform was filled.
McKee got aboard at Hammlls. He evidently had been drinking and began using offensive language to the women.
Several men threatened to punish,him
If he did not keep quiet but this seemed
to lntiuine him more, and defying them
to touch hint, he burst into another torrent of bad language. It was then, according to Mrs. Bally, a passenger, that
one of the men, who was accompanied
by his wife and two children, sprang
from his Beat, dealt McKee a heavy
blow In the face, dragged him to the
pint form and flung him from the rapidly
moving  train.
London. July 29 ���Wm. T. Stead, editor of tbe Review of Reviews, who has
been conducting a publication at Tbe
Hague devoted to peace conference matters, when Interviewed on the progress
of the peace conference, delivered a
serious Indictment against the British
delegate*. He said: "Until last Saturday whea. under the pressure of angry
protests, the British government Instructed Its delegates to make a belated
declaration of adhesion to the American
plan of obligatory arbitration, the British delegation had done nothing for
peace, nothing for arbitration, nothing,
in short, for anything that Brltlah people believed they had been sent to The
Hague to do. Their action and still
more Inaction has been the amazement
and despair of all the friends of peace.
I do not exaggerate In the least when
I say that as far as every principle the
British government is suppose to have
at heart la concerned. It would have
been much better to have had no delegates at all than the men who have
shown skepticism where they ought to
have shown enthusiasm, who have repelled wherja they ought to have attracted, who have been a wet blanket
upon every aspiration of peace crusaders, and who have succeeded In utterly
destroying England's reputation as the
leader of the peace loving nations of tbe
world. As members of a conference
striving for peace ideals, they are about
the most Incompetent set of beings that
ever achieved an unmitigated failure.
"Great Britain having abandoned her
trade and national position, the leaders
have fallen Into the hands of the United
States, and we taught the Americans
that the Germans are warmer friends
and stouter allies than the British."
Commission Asked to Cheapen Ancient
Halls of Learning.
London, July 29.���The movement to
reform the universities of Oxford and
Cambridge, long vocal in the press
and elsewhere, will be advocated in
Parliament to-morrow, when the Bishop
of Birmingham, himself a distinguished
Oxonian, will move in tbe House of
Lords for the appointment of a Royal
Commission to consider whether outside
pressure should be applied to the universities to induce them to adapt themselves to modern conditions. There are
precedents for such action. In the nineteenth century parliamentary commissions on two occasions enforced changes,
and the reformers contend that what
present vitality the universities possess
la due only to the reforms they were
then compelled to Introduce. They now
urge that the process of reform then begun be completed.
One of the chief complaints is that
the universities are Insufficiently accessible to poor scholars. The universities, they Bay, are miserably poor,
but the Individual colleges, with some
notable excepttous, are Immensely rich.
It Is maintained that the universities
ought to be richer and the colleges
poorer, that the undergraduates' purses
ought to be considered, and tbat by a
better system of finance life st the universities ought to be made simpler and
cheaper for all.
Several professors at Oxford write
collectively to the Times endorsing the
proposal for a university commission.
They enumerate certain points for
consideration, saying: "Attempts to reform from within have again and again
proved abortive owing to our preaent
constitution, which can only be modi-
fled by legislation."
Piling Up a Score.
Chattanooga. July 29.���For the second time with a period of three months
Rev. S. L. Crouch, a Methodist preacher,
yesterday shot and killed a negro. The
shooting three months ago was in de-.
fense of his wife, while the killing of
Bud Wiley yesterday wns In defenfie of
his own life. Crouch Ib employed aa a
watchman at a large lumber mill. While
making his rounds it was reported to
him thnt two negroes had broken Into a
store nearby. He captured one, tho
negro s'mck Crouch In the face and at-
temjied to escape. Crouch then fired u
bullet Into the negro's head. The Daily Canadian
��� i
Miners' and All
Campers' Supplies
TENTS in all sizes and weights
UNDERWEAR   at  all  prices
From 8 to 12 Pounds.
SOX,   MITTS,   etc.,   etc.
HAY,   FLOUR  and   FEED.
Iu all these lines we offer   excellent quality at very
reasonable prices.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
Capital   Paid   Up    $4,825,000 Rest    *��4.825,000
D. B. WILKIE, President. HON. ROBERT JAFFBAY, Vine-President
Branches in British Columbia:
Deposita received and interest allowed at highest   current rate from date of
-opening of account, and compounded quarterly.
���J.   M.   LAY,   Manag*
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated a. d. 1869.
. $3,900,000     Reserve Fund $4,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of Banking  Business.
8PECIAL ATTENTION given to the
Savings Bank Department, and
Interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
PubllHhed nix 'luyn a wees by the
Baker Rl..  NeUnu. B, 0
Huoicrlptlon mi--. Mi 1-uuis a month delivered
lu the en v. or 15.UU .-. year it sent by mail, when
paid la advance.
AdvertlKintc raten on application.
All mouiL-H palil In nutlU-nu-ui of The Daily
Canadian eooounts, either for subM-rij.uoiih or
advertising, must be receipted for on thu printed
forma of the timipmi)-. Other recclptM are hot
Monday,  July  29th,   1907.
Although the -subject of treighl ratea
haa tx'en up for discussion In Nelson al
recurring intervals for aboul  Ave .veurs,
the question is probably little understood by citizens generally, or there
would certainly be ttxt more Interest
taken In it than there has been. To
tin- majority it probably seems only a
protest in their own interest, by the
wholesale meroljants ol the district
Nothing could be much farther astray.
iAb might easily ba seen from the
lack of Interest shown by nearly all tbe
wholesalers, the burden Imposed by the
presenl rates Ih one that they can. und
do, easily shift from their own ahoul*
(.era to those of the public, tbe consumers,
One of the mom familiar stories in
HritiBh Columbia is that of the bewlld
ered recent arrival from the Blast who
found the prices of everything Inflated
and was told in every case it was duo
to the freight charges,
It would he misleading, ur well as unfair  to   Canadian   roads   to confine   the
discussion to the nortli of the International boundary*   it has been the policy
or all Western railroads In North America to charge freight rates Tar beyond
what they or affiliated lines charge In
the Euat. The excuaes given are reducible to three: the high coat of construction In the West, the expenae of
operation and maintenance, and the
small volume of traffic afforded by
sma'l and scattered populations. Such
a reply would be entitled to considera
tlon if all the roads had not been heavily bonUBBed, hy money anr. [and grants
and exemption from taxation. In con
alderatlon of the very circumstances
pleaded. Further, is is not an excuse
which will last for ever. The Weat Is
filling up rapidly and Ita (raffle has al
waya been greater In proportion lo its
population that tbat of the Must.
I tin the bulk of the population of
both Canada and the United States is
still In the East, and the West must
fight ita own battle. The question has
long been obscured, and to some extent
is still obscured, by the economic fallacy that a combination of high prices
and high wages constitutes prosperity.
As a matter of fact, such conditions involve unduly heavy cost for every hit
of development, proportionately reduce
the percentage of profit, and are the
greatest factors In keeping capital
Llut the Importing merchants are not
the chief sufferers. They naturally and
Quite justifiably adjust their prices to
the conditions. The whole burden falls
upon the consumer. The resulting DS*
ceeslty for high wages constitutes a tax
on western Industry which It will not
be able to i>< at* much longer Mining
and lumbering bore It for a while but
there is no dOUbt that activity iu both
has been restricted and progress retarded by the high scale of wages. Mining and lumbering, however, are favorably circumstanced. They do not meet
the competition of districts where de-
reJopment Is cheaper. With agriculture
ii is different, hritlsh Columbia farmers, in marketing their products have to
compete against those of Ontario,
Prices that represent fair profits to
Ontario farmers would mean an actual
loss to Hritlsh Columbia. It Is obvious
that If agriculture la to he a profitable
occupation In the Western province,
there must he a change of conditions,
and the chief Item In the cost of living
which must he reduced is the price of
necessities lhat are still Imported, and
which are kept unduly high hy the high
freight rates.
While the claim of the Weat as a
whole is strong upon general grounds.
Kootenay haa a special hardship to endure. Winnipeg and Vancouver are
lighting for rates over the whole territory between them. The rights of Calgary nnd Nelson and the districts they
serve are calmly Ignored In the controversy. It is taken for granted that railway companies have the right to decide
what cities shall become distributing
centres, The right Is one that cannot
in the public interest, be conceded. The
only title that any city can justly plead
for recognition bb a wholesale Centre
must be based on natural, geographical
advantages and the enterprise of ita
citizens.   The flrst of these Nelson has
to a degree that few other cities can
show. Whether It haa the second remains to be seen.
The   necessity   for   reorganization   of
Dominion cabinet is at last recognised
and frankly admitted by many Liberal
organs, including, we are pleased to
note, our esteemed local Contemporary.
It Is especially gratifying to be informed
on such authority that Sir Ered. Borden
is slated for retirement. No member
of any Dominion cabinet, past or present, has ever so fairly earned relief
rrom the responsibilities of public office.
A thorough cleansing of the cabinet,
and the substitution of clean and compel ent men Cor some of the present incumbents will he a long step in the
right direction. But more Uian that is
required. Sir Wilfrid has not only :o
choose decent colleagues for his cabi
net; he must infuse a public spirit and
Inspire some ideas of common honesty
in the rank aud file of his followers iu
the House. The party that voteB as a
unit for suppression of the truth for
fear of damage to party interests cannot be rehabilitated by the acquisition
of a few holiest men for the cabinet.
It is pleasing news that the ladles of
Nelson have taken up the burden
which seems too heavy for the few active workers of the 20,000 Club. We
have always maintained that the miscalled weaker sex Is far the stronger
and more efficient for the performance
of any task in which faith and enthusiasm are the chief requisites. We feel
that the future of Nelson Is now at last
in safe hands.
Russian   School    Boys   Draw   Revolvers
Instead   of   Notes.
St. Petersburg. Jub" 29.���An incident
is recorded that is characteristic of a
section of Russian studentdom of the
present day. A leaving examination, a
certificate for which Is a valuable credential, was held at the Haku Grammar
School. As the Btudents took their
their seats for the examination each
pulled from his pocket a revolver, which
he coolly laid on his desk.
The examiners not only did not venture to interfere, but, tamed by the
Bight of the weapons, allowed the students to discuss the examination papers at their own sweet will, and Anally granted a certificate to everyone
declaring that its holder had passed
"with distinction."
4*^0 acres on Kootenay L*ake, between
Halfour and Coffee Creek; $ 12.50
per acre.
Baker St., Opposite Queen's Hotel.
Corporation of the City of Trail.
Application*** will be received by the under-
��� Igned for the imMilom o( city clerk, alienor,
ninl eh let of police (combined), of Trait, or ap-
pli'-ntlnriM will be received for a-w-Kior and city
elerk only, and chief of police only. Applicants
to stale &KU and experience. All application*
must be in before the .'".'th Instant.
City Cork.  As*��Khor.   Collector,   IiiM>er-tor of
Heal Hi and Pre mines, ltupeeior of Licenses,
Provincial t'onslablu, Chief of l'ollce, etc.
In the matter of an application for the In ue of
duplicate nf  the certificate* of Title foi Lots ft, 7,
ft. and 17, Hinfk 2, town of Kitchener < ���myonn)
ami i ..t *���.;-*.. uroup One, lu the PMrlclof kuote
Notice ii hereby given that it i*�� my intention
to Ihhdc al thi expiration of one motith alter the
11 ml publication hereof.dupi[OOJtOt of (.crllllnates
of 1 llle of the above loin In the name of Joseph
Walker which eertllic-atea are dated tioA dayof
June, 190.1 and numbered 2481 A and t4KiA re-
lun*] it.vintiy ofllee. Kelson, II. C ,/:ir-l July,
*'ll. K. MarLkoD,"
District KeilMtrar.
Fot Sale Cheap
One 60-Inch diameter, by lGtt. 8ln.
long, tiniletilred, return multi-tubular
lioller, In fair condition. Eighty-two
if'/i-ln. tubes, 2 1-3x2 1-6 In. Bteam
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.
One S In. diameter z Mln. 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.
One vertical multi-tubular exhaust
steam heated feed-water heater, 1 ft.
high, lU'/feln. diameter with openings
for 3-ln. exhaust pipes. Corrugated copper tubes Inside through which the feed
water passes. Stop valve, drain cock
and safely valve. Apply to
The Hall Hining & Smelting Co.. Ltd.
For Sale
House, 5 rooms and bath;  close In $1600
16 ft. Lots on Innls St. for   $-450.00
6^4 Acres within mile of centre
of City, suitable for market
garden,    Terms  given
160 Acres on Kootenay river,
good springs, first-class railway   service $3,000
F. B.  LYS
Real   Estate  and  General  Agent.
West Baker Strest. NELSON. B. C.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay  Ice, Fruit,
Fuel A Poultry Co., Ltd.
N. E. cor. Baker   and   Ward   Sts.
Piano  and Singing Lessons
Given  by  Mrs. Winter  Every Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds cvnittcate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certiflrai,* from Trinity
College, London, Eng . for theory of music. Scholarship of tin* London Conservatoire of Music for singing and pluno
playing. Address Box 796. Nelson.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Agent for Truacoit I.a,uncheB
and Peterooro ranoea.
Ftueat Ixit ol  lloata In B. 0.
Foot of Josephine at.       Tel. Aid
Sole Agent lor the Porto KU-o Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail yK*������-!��� Bough aha Ardeaed lumber, turned
work and brackets, Coast lath and shin-glen, runt)
and doom. Cement, brick and lime for sale.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. cast of Hall
MI!I.NO!N,   B. G.
P. O. Box 232. Telephone 179
Nelson Land District.   District ut West Kootenay.
Take   notice that   William   Andrew   Boss,   of
Fernle. B   (' , hotel   keeper, intend* I" apply   for
a special timber  licence  over the foi lowing de*
cribed lands:
Hu-1���uommrni'lne Mt a post pla'\t��d about
three ml'es north of the International ooundary
line, and about eight miles west of the Kootenay
rlver. and about two mllea nortb Of the nortti-
wenl corner of limber licence No. tm-yj, tbence
north 80 chain-., iheuce SUtBO chains, theuee
south no chains, theme west 80 chaina to polnl
of commencement, and containing (140 acres,
more or less.
Located 12th June 19(17.
No.2.--Commencing st a j>ont planted at th
sonth'ast corner of \\ Illiam A Bosa'i No. 1 claim
and about two miles north ol the N. W corner
of timber licence No 8057, thence north 80
chalm, thi in ���<��� west 8(1 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east HO chaina 10 the point of commencement, and containing 610 acrea, more or
Located 12th June, 1907.
No. 3. Commencing at a post planted near
li ridge creek, about one mile earn of the nortbeaat corner <d William A. Hoaa's No. 1 claim,
��� till Hbout five miles north of the international
boundary line, thence north 80 chains, thenee
west H chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
eaat no chalut to the point of eomm-micemcut.
ami containing 640 acres, inure or less.
located 12th June. 1907.
No. 4. -('I'lnmt-iM'lng at a post planted near
Bridge ereek al tin- aoutheaat corner of WHIIhiii
A. hoss' No Xf'lalra, thence north 80 chailiN,
thence east 80 rhalns, thence south M) chains,
Iheuce west 80 chains to the point ofT-ominonce-
merit, aud containing MO acre*, more or less.
laocated 12th June, 1*907.
No. 5, Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge ereek, at the southeast corner of William
A. Hoss' No. i-t ciulm, tlience south 80 ebUDI,
tlience went 80  distill,   thence   north   80 chain-,,
iheuce ���'������.-������; 8o i iiKinh to the point of commence-
������in. and ��� oiitMiitng 640
Located 12th June,1907.
No. ii Commencing at a poit planted near
Bridge (reck, at the aoutheaat corner of William
A. Kohm' No. *'. claim, tlience south m chains,
thenre east 80 ��� -rutins, thence n tth 80 chain****,
thence w"~t 80 ciialns to the point of commence-
ment, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located I2tta June, 100*7*
No. 7.-Commencing at a post planted about
one mile south of the aoutheast corner of Will la in
A Boss' No. r> claim and about two mllea nortli
of the International boundary line, theme north
80 chains, thence weit 80 chains, thence Ninth HO
chains, thvnce east 80 cbalna to the point of
commencement, and containing 640 a*to, more
or leas.
Located the 12lh of June  1907.
No. 8,- Commencing at a post planted nt the
soinhcaat corner of W'illinm A. Boih' No. 7 claim
thence north 80 ehalna, thence east m chains,
thence south SO chains, thence weal 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or lesa.
lioculed the l'2th day of June. 1907.
Dated this 6th day of July. 1907.
William Anokkw Koaa
Notice la hereby glTen that 60 dayi after dale I
intend toapply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to pur. haae
the following described landa, situated In Weat
Kootenay district: Commencing al a poht marked by name aa Initial poat of the-South Fork
branch, one hundred feet from the Junction of
Loat creek with the south fork; Iheuce one-
quarter mile to the northwest corner poat, thenco
one mile to the northeait rorner pont, thenco
ono-<|iinrter mile to the sou theaat corner post,
theuee one mile to the pi cc of commencement
June '27,1907 Located by Wm. Comnolly.
Notice la hereby given that 9u davs after date i
Intend to make application to tho Honorable the
rhlcf 'oiiiiiiiHsioiier of Landa and Worka, Victoria, B. 0 , ff>r a special licence lo cut timber on
the following dtncrlbod lands iu West Kootenay
district: Commencing at a posl situated on
Blueberry creek, about four miles from Us mouth
and adjoining the N. Vf. corner of my application Nn. 1, thenee south 80 chalm, thence west
HO chaina, thence noilh 80 chains, theuee eaat 80
chains lo point of commencement.
Dated Hay 19th, 1907. tt.. w Bobimson.
Bargains in
Wash Belts
100 Doz. Fancy White Wash Belts
Regular Price 50cts    *25ir    "P^krU
We Sell Them at . .    ^^C    WCH
Nelion Land Di.tr) jt   District 11 *esi Kootenar,
Take notice that  wllltsm   Andrew    i-ost, "f
Ki rub-. H  t   , bo * I kn p  r, tnl.-inU t" apply ior a
special MTf.i-.i-r Hcenoc over the following ii*-a
CrltH-d lauds:
No i.- Commencing ��' a l""*1' planted about
BO chain.*.����st of ib- noriheaat corner of timber
Licence No B/18, uud about BO chains north of the
uorthcrn boim-,n> ol timber li ��������:���.������ ��� No HOT*,
and ehout i-" tnllei kcsI of ih- Kootenai river,
and about i��o snd a hah tntlei north of the'ln-
tcrnetlon*: boundary Ifoe, in tbe District of
West Kootenay, tucuue miuHi Mich-ams, thenre
treetM chain*.thence north SO chains, thenos
eaat 8 chniin t> tin- po.ut of roiiiuicucemeni,
con Tallin g i l*    *.. ;i -, more or leas.
Loca'cd   1th June, 1X7.
No ���>.- ' Dmtiti oeirti at a post planted ai the
nortbeaat rurn r ��f will'sm A Koers Ko l claim
and about om north of tbe northern tmund-
aryofti-i.h r lit nee "������ itli thenee south Ho
chain-*, thancc e>��t8d rhalns, tbenee north no
i haiiiH, thenee v..-.'***.   rhalns to tba point ol
coin nn ii ie in cm, and i-.-tr. mu , 610 acrea, more or
Loented u h of Juat, 1*0
William anmik-* Boa**
Dated IhW bill of    u >. I-W7.
Nelson Land D|��iriot   Dlstiwt ot Weet Kootanay,
rake notice that Otorge Al��*xander. of Kui��,
B C, Ltttrndl la apply f,(r a ��|-v< iat timber
licence oyer lhe lollowln�� ilcw:riu>(1 lands:
Cwuuaeu tog at a poal I'iMiii'. mi ibe northwest
corner of Hectlon 12, township", KpoU-uajr ills
trlct, W'lug about one-third of a mil* south of
the south boundary line of the Indian reserve;
tlience   * i!Mh    about   ���   chalm   to   the easterly
bank nf K��iih>ii*y river; thence southeasterly
alOUg Kooteuay river bank about fiO chains to
thu south boundary ol Section 12. Township ';
do-nee easterly about bo chains to the uorthwest
cornerof l<nt toil thence north 80 chains along
the west boundary of Lot IU] thence WCetB
chains to the point of commencement, and containing 6to aetas, more or leas
hated July 4. 1907. liKoaoic amiaMiRR.
Nelaon I and I)1(>iricl.   District of West Kooteuay.
lake notice lhat Kvan McClelland Praaer, of
Kerule, H C., <lerlt, Intends to apply for a --i-.���-���*.�����
licence   over   the    followiiiR     <lescribcd    lands:
Oommehdng at a post planted ata>iit seven
miles weat of the Kootenay river, and about one
mile nor'b of tlie international boundary Hue,
and about one aud aijuarter uorth-easurly from
the north east corner Of Umber licence No. BOS",
thence south HO chains, thence ueslW chains,
iheuce north Ml chains, thenee east *) chains to
point of commencement, and containing Mq
acres, more or less.
Located L'lh, of June. 190T.
KVAN M* <  i m.; *.v  Fh*-ir
Dated this Mth of July, iwn.
Take notice that tl. ('. Clark, ot Nelaon, B. C,
saloon keeper, lntendi to apply tor a special timber licence over th- following described land*.
t'ommenciuK at a poat planted on Morning
Mountain, about one mile w��st of -m- iter i reek,
uud adjoining t). < t.'la-k's lia-atloii for timl-r
licence No I, and abOUt one mile aouth of Nelaon, thenre west no ehnins, thence south 10
chains, thence easl W) chains, thenea north W
chalm to pia*e*e of Lx-glunlug.
Date.1 July 101b, 1907. C   O. Clark,
i'�� v ii* Himtth, Agent.
Neb.on laand District.   District of West Kootenay
Take nollec that Krank Klanagan, A H Klder,
and K. W. Hinilh, id Spokane, Wnsh., oci-upation
raiM'hers. intend to apply for a special timber
licence over the following described lauds:
Commencing at a \*>tl planted at tbe southeast
corner, about *lx miles from Xac Kootenay river,
on the west aide, Ihenee north So chains, thence
west hu i-nalns, UtUOOS south ��0 cbalna. tbence
east Ho i bains to polnl of commencement, mil
containing *sui acre, more or leas.
bated July Uth, \:*r; Khans Klamaoam,
A   H. Ki i>kh,
K   W. Smith. Agi nt for \ ppll^auu.
Nelaon I-an.l District.   District of Weat Kooteuay
Take noiirc llial Frank Flanagan, A s Elder,
and K. W. Hmlth, Hpokune, Waah , OOOHMtUOD
rauchera, luieiul lo apply fur a special innr..-r
licence over *.he following described lands:
Commencing St a post planted one mile north
and one miie eaat of poat No 1, which post la
aboul hi* miles from the Kootenay rlwr, on the
west side, thence north HO chains, thence west HO
chains, thence soutli 10 cliaiua, thenee OOAt H0
chains tn *|>olut ot commencement, and containing tilt) scree, more or less.
Dated Julv Uth, 1W7. Krapk Flawaoak,
A. H  Klokh,
K. \\. -mi ur. Agent for Applicants.
Nelson I-and District.   District of West Kootenay
Take notice that K.W. Hinilh, Frank Flan a
gan, and A.rt Kliltr, of Hpokane, Waih., occupation ranchers, intend to apply for a special
Umber licence uver the following described
lauds: Commencing at a |x��sl planted at the
��� *.-.'.'.,���. r co-tier, about eight miles from the
Kootenav river, on the west side, anrl aluml
three miles norih of the international taiundary
llne, on the wtftt bank of Brldg creek, on the
north fork, tlu-Uce north HO chains, thence sast
ho chains, thence aouth 10 chalua, thenee west HU
chains to polut of comiiiciiccmuiiL, and contain
ing mh acres, morn or leas.
Dated July l'.Ub, l#fl. K. W   Hmith,
Frank   Fianauam,
A. H   Fluih,
K. W. Kmith. Agent
NfllSOD I and District    District of West Kootenay
take notice lhat K.W.Hmlth, Frank Flaua
gan, and A. H Klder, of Kpokatie, Waah , OQOU
patloii riiucherH, intend to apply for a special
timber licence over the following described
mi* Commencing ata post planted at the
southeast corner, ahout eight miles from the
Kootenav river, on the west aide, and about
three mllea norlh of tint International boundary
line, on the west batik of Hrldg creek, on the
north fork, thence north HU chains, thenc-* west
hu ohftlnp, theucu Ttuulh HU chains, thence eaat HO
ChaUM to point of commencement, and cootaln-
iiig 040 SCres, more or leaa.
Dated July 10th, 11*07. K. W. hmith,
Frank Flanauan,
A. 8   FLUSH,
K. W.HMI1H, Agent.
Take notice that 80 daya alter date I Intend to
apply to the Hon lhe i hi-f CommlaHloncr of
Lands and Work*, Victoria, for pcrmls-Hlon to
cut and carry away timber from the following
dcacrabed land, In West Kootenay:
No. 1. Commencing at a post planted at the
Koiithwent corner of Umber license KMfl, thence
weal HO chains, thence noutli 80 chains, thence
cast HO (halna, thence north ft) chains to place of
Dated May 111. 11*07.       J. T. Itr uhkhm, locator.
j w Oounntw-i Agent.
Nn. 2. -Commencing al a post planted at the
sontheaat corner ol application No. 1, thence east
HO ciialns, thence norlh HU chains, thence west HO
Chains, thence aonth HU chains to place of commencement.
Dated May 81,1907.        '   T. BVMMS, Locator,
J. W. COLIIttRN, Agent.
Nelaon Land Dlslr cl Diatrict of West Kootenay
lake notice lhat Paul August Paulson, of Kitchener, it C, occupation lumberman, lntenda
to apply for a special timber licence over the following described lands: ' ommencing at a poHt
planted ��t tha son tb west corner of surveyed lot
7*221-0.11 thence east40 chains, thence north H1)
chains, theiiceeastto t esouiboaitcoruerof said
lot, thence north to the northeaat corner of �����!.)
lot, Ihenee east U* the west boundary of pre -cm p
tlon no, 093, tbsnee south to the north boundary
of llmlier licence No. WdH, thenoe west along
said north boundary to tho northweat cornerof
aald licence Ibence sonth to Ihe north boundary
of timber licence No 7010 thenco weat to a point
'lue HOth 01 commencement, thence norlh to
point, ol comuiciiccment, and cuntalning tint
RcrcM, more or leas.
Dated July 2nd, VAH.    1'aui, ���* iiui-k- I'ai i son.
Nelson laaud Dlaliict.   District id Wee) Kootenov
Take notice shat  1'aui August  Psulsrn, of Kit-
cheiier. li. c, oc.-u|*>aiion ruabannan, intends
to apply (ora Special lliiilwr UoettCC ������������ cr the lol*
ow lug deM-rlbed landi:    Commencing a I a post
slanted at us southwest eorner of sur'eye.f tot
r2Si*0 l tbenoe south to tha uortborn boundary
d timber Uoanoa Ho. lots, thenc*   wesl to tbe
Nolle,, is hereby given lhat ft) days after dale I
Intend to apply to the Honorable the chief * Dm
miwloin-r of (.and* an<l Worka for a special
Iteenae to mi and earrv awav *.*������' < * * . tha
following described land�� lu W'cst K * *��� ��� ������ ��� dis
No   I     Ciimuiencllig at a post market \N Illiam
v? alms ley, planted ��t Kofcanae Oreei Biding on
the Procter esleualon, on the west side of 1-ot
'���-- ou tbe south side of lhe West Ann of Koo4
enay lake, commeucing at the N K corner poet
riiniiing south Ml chains, wesiau chains, north mi
chains, cast HU chains to place of beginning
Locatc.l jrd June, 1907.
William Walks lev. Locator,
Jahsk Ht'RHAKti as Agenl
Notice la hereby given that (80 days alter date. 1
Intend to apply to the lion. Chief Coiamiaaloner
ol 1-aiid* and Works for permlaslon u�� purchase
the following described  land   lu Weat Kouteiiay
district, ou west shire of I-.-*..: Arrow * .*��� .
adjoining lx>t No 4-HK. ou the aouth : Itcgiuiilng
at a IMMt marked "Harry   M- I .������*-: -   N.K    coruer
!r i��t and planted on the shore of 1-owt-r A rrow
aak��. at the southeast comer of Capt Foslnnd's
i.t'.HR. thence west 20 chains, thence fxiiilh '20
chains more or less to the north boundary of It.
Ku ;ini"-t- - 1'. K . theme '2 > chains eaal along tbe
aald boundary to lake, thence north along the
lakr ibore Ai cbalna, more or leaa lo point of
May 2nd, :���'���" J   D   Mi��.ri.
Agent for Marry m. i ��� .*���*!
Nelion Land District   District of West Kootenai
Take notice thai QeontC Kufu- Carter of Klrdar,
iM-cupallnn. bridgcman. intends lo apply for ter
mission to purchase the followlug :��� �� *-,'..���,
land: ('ommencing at post planted al the north
weat corner of B. Boas' application to purchase,
marked H. \\ ., thenct- north 40 chaina, thence
east 4*> chalm, thence aoulh 20 ehains to A.
Curry'��� pre eruption, theuee west .***' chains,
tbence south Si chains, Iheuce weat 30 chains to
n|**��� "'  ***���*"��� nt   conialniiig   :.*' acr.-s
place of   commc
more or leas.
Dated July 1*2, 19u7.
QnOtOI Rt'Kt'a CartKh,
W. J   H.\��tt, Agent
Nelson l**n.I District.   Dlstrictof WestK<N>leiiay
Take   notice   that  Oworge   Hturiu,   of  Millings.
Montana,   V    S.  A., occupation,  merchaiil,   intends   Ut  apply   for   pcrmisaion  to pun-base tho
following  oaseiibed land-   Oomaaenelng at  a
poat plaut*<d on the weat shore of Cp| vr A'hat-
sban (Carltioo) lake, and at the ���*���������>������:. *.,��� : eorhet
uf Lot HIM, thence weat SO ���halna, thetiee south
40 chains, thence east 2ii ciialns, thence north to
chains to point of commencement, and containing fto acres' more or leas.
y ��ih. l*n
(���BOHus K-niau.
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenar.
Take notice that Waller McNeil, of Hillings,
Montana. C. H. A., o-cciipatlon merchant, intends
lo apply for permission to purchase the following described land : Commencing at a j��� ������- plant
��d on the weal shore of Upper Whatshaii (I "anl>��o)
lake, aim at tbe tmrthwcit cornerof i..,t nl:��,
Ibence weal -���' chains, th. ���,**, uorth no chalm,
tbence east .*��� chains, thctin- SUUth ho < halm to
point of commencement, and containing 1ft)
acres, more or leas.
May ZJth. ISO! WaLTIr McfBiL.
I, the underslgiHHl. after 0u days inteud to apply to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner of I-andl
and Works to purchase tbe following described
laud; Commeucing at the ti.K.i.ot Lot 7MW
O. I., thence weat 40 chains, thaOOS north '20
chains, thence east tu chains, thence south 'A3
chains to *���...������*���! of commencement, containing HO
acres more or leaa.
I.... si.-    March .'Mli, I9U7. W. A. Mil ta.
Hltty days after date I purpose uiak tog application to the Hou. Chief Commissioner of l-andi
and Works, for permission to purchaae the foi-
lowing described laud: Commencing at a nost
placed on lhe weit shore of Uiwcr W'haUhau
lake, about a !| mile from the outlet id same,
slid marked "H. W"i, N.K. corner lami,' running thence Hu chains west, thenre wi chains
south, Iheuce 80 ehalus east, thetiee Ho chains
uorlb Lo point of commencement, containing
Alt) acres, more or less.
Dated the 2nd day of May, IW7
(Mgned) II. W A' i*.km.
per F   O. K*t gtiKR, Agenl
Notice ta hereby given tbal <���<' daysartcr dale 1
intend lo applv to tbe Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase
the following described tract of land, situate in
West Kootenay dlitrlct: Commeucing at a poat
planted on Hacer creek, near Us continence with
Hummlt creek, marked Margaret Mcl-atichlan's
N K. corner' tbence south tuchains, ibence west
Mt vhaitis. thence north 40 chains thenee east ao
chaina to place of commcncerncul.
23rd May, 1907. KiMUUT Mi Lai�� iii.aM,
William iuhimh. Agent.
I, the iiiidfirilgucd. Intend atterftldayn toapply
lo the Hon. the Chief ('oininlsNlmier of l>andsand
Worki for |K'rmlsa|on to pur chase the following
described laud: t'oiiiineiii'lug at a post marked
T- M. Sharp*! H. K c, located on the woat ihore
of Hlocan lake, about twelve mllea from the head
of Hlocan lake, thence west n* cluilris, thence
nortli 41) chains thence cast 4u chains, thence
aouth along shore of Hlocnti lake to point of
Located May 4tb. T. M. Hhakc.
Nelson laud District    District of Went Koolenay
Take notice that Kdward Cetera 0X Ymlr. i rlt-
lah Columbia, occupation, miner, intends to apply for permlialon to purchase the following
described land: Commencing al a post planted
on the north hank of Lost creek, about three
mllea eaaierly from the junction of I-ost creek
and Salmon river, In the Nelion land district,
iheuce north Au chains, theuee west Ou chains,
then"* south R0 chains, more or leaa, to l.oit
cieek, thence cast following said creek to point
ol commencement, and containing 4H0 acres,
more or less
Dated June Mh, 1*307 Kuwarp I'kiiii-.
NelsopTaCB District.' DlstificToTWeit Kootenay
Take notice that John I'hllbert ot Nelion,
Hritlsh Columbia, occupation, aalnon keeper, in
ii-ihIn to apply for permission, to purchase the
following described land: t'ommenclng at a
post planted on the north bank Ixist creek, and
about two and one (|iiarter mllci easterly from
the lunvllon ol Lost crook and Halmon river, In
tbe Nelson land district, tlicnce north ft) chaliiH,
tbsnee weit U0 (halna, thence south Hu chulus,
���tore or loss, to Ixiil creek, thenco cast followlug
���aid creek to p iut of commencement and containing 4H0 acres, more of !��.*-.��
John 1'hiliiirt.
""I" '���"�����*�� ������' p  nu oi com in I'M
talnlng 4H0 acres, more or lets
Dated June 6th, 11)07.
Notice Is hereby given that ilx lydayi after dnte
I Intend toapply to the Hon. Chief Com mlsiloncr
of Landa and worka for permission to purchaao
the following described tract of land situate In
Weat Kootenay district:     Coinm. iii'lng at a poit
Shinted aboul one-half mile north from forks of
u in in 11. creek,  marked   .lean   t aincron'o H. W.
corner, thonce east 40 chains, thencs norlh ��o
l pluMa
chains, thenee   weat   40 chains,  '.'��..
chalm to plai-e of eoininenr ement
iird May. 1907 JkAlCii
Nelson i.��ti.| District.  Dlstrictof W-Mt|gj
Take noitee tbat Prank   MclMnaid,
Hr ni-li Columbia, occupatinij mintr
apply for -permission lo purchase tkt
dciertbad lands.   OosuBeneluaatsMn
on the north bank of East  'reek  ��-'��� ,
utile easterly   from   the   JunaUog c| L
ami Halmon river, in   tbe   Nrlton U _
thenee   north *> chains,   ' *.. n* ,   . ���; i  .
thenos ��uuih so cbaini, theaes ���*���: Ku
point  nf commencement,   aud   utu
acres, more or leaa
Dated June fiib, 1W7. Fbasi Met
Hiitjr dayi after dste 1 intend toinin
Hon Chief CoiouiIaalriDer of Umi . ��� i.
Victoria. H Om to purcbas* tbe klir
u rlticd laid, sltuaiaa tn tbt> v.* i. .
trlct: Comuteur-iag at a ;���*..*.
west aide of Kooteuay lake, -otar ntn
point, and marked J. m. y ������ *n. ���. i . i'j
post, thetiee weat SO chain. ���������*.;'
��� halus. thence east au chalas more or lay
shore, tbeooe along lake ihur-c lo Pffihfl
Dub-.I April 4. 1W7. HtgDtd J Nell
Nelaon I .and Dlatrlet.   Dlstrictof Wwlai
Take   notice   that   Edward      a-
Montana,  l! H A . occupation wool ft
-.i.i�� to apnly   for perinluioa to |
following   '!���>��nl*--!   lati'l      �� ..moot.
,-������>! planted on   tbe weat short of rg
sban (Cariboo) lake, and at the soulka
of   I-ol *>it��. thence wesl'JO i hal&t.Ur_
���0 s >B ins. ihenee east JD t halni. tbfS^a
chains, thence east 40 chains, morewii
west shore of  rppar WhtUhtn (OiOu
thence   northerly  and   westerly klotia
shore HO ctialna,   mora or      ������ ��� ��� ���-    -
mencemeut, and containing U) tomA
May .-'Mi   ItOl. Civii: h
Hlxty days aftej data I r <i -|   *>���  '" k ���"
catlou   lo tbe    H--:i     ti.-   <      ��������� ������:.��*
I h;i.i, and Works for permuf'tn uyu'
following   de-arflbcd   land
taut   placed    at   Ibe    !:."--���*
-ktuner'i    appltcatloo    to    putchaw t
* Jt  H'��. N. W   corner posl" thenorWIwi
eastern   laiundaryof  said  ap|.11r��l��al-a
��oiith. thenc*   ruanlng W chains eait tn
chains north to the southern l^uc*.ii*
HannlngU.u'a application to i   * *' w *
chalm  weat along aame i-i-.ir.w-l'���<*'
ment, containing Mo arrcs, nor* or tea
porr <i WavAoAir
*:.l\  ,la>. aflrr ,1.1,* I iii!.*u<1 w i
lion    Chlel Commlaalonrr ol Un*Ul
(*,r iM*rnil.-��l��n to pun-haM, lb. fcil
��<tII>��-.I lan<l  tn  Weat Kt-.i'-M.j dtatn�� |
men,*lDri   at a   poat marke.l A I* fm
uorow poat. rnantug -^t c&.ia, ��*���--���
��� .-   *   ��� . . I.r, ..I I iml-��� l!,*.B<*. Nc >   ,
^.ulherly Ml rbattia.  then,*. wfilenj��-rj
tlienr��  tmrtbvrlr 3* , i,��::.- .!���*���.*( 'fl
lr��,*a to tbe place ol comm.u��*eaml.fi"^
t., ** butiilreu ai'rva, uu.r. ur  .:
u��*au,j nn. ��tb day ot May. IM.
A.V. M
Notice U neraby gtren tbal to atyia]
InOn-l lo apply lo tbe Honorable iw'1
rol.atoner ol Uu*li and worn wn
to purrhaa." tbe followloa ,l^��rrlbed H
In ��,*.t K...,l.-uaT illatrin >'���""���*
po.l plant d at Hie waat t,.iuti*lii7���*"**-*
���ml about to chaina *��,utli ,*l tb,**wuuP
ul lhe i.-lil i.i way ol Ibe II ' *aVf
way. anil marked P A ft taag*B
:���!,.. weat llio ,*liaiu��. iheiu*. aorUff
1��,miliary ot tha rifht-ol wai ot &c��
railway, thence lolVowlna nail Mam.
right ol way In an eaaterly dlr��<-ttoa����j
I lat > ol Lol ��B ill. thenc*. *mtk ��J
*    i.iu,.-in .-in. in. f-onlalnliig  II* ��i��'r
Dated thla Ulh day ol June. IM-
PafL AMlw*1*
Notice la hereby glren llm >��*��,
dale I Intend to apply I" Hi' "��"Sa
CommlaatoDcr ot lj��nda ana Woli*33
��� loll lo purrhaae the lolloe IQI *f��mm
land, .iiu.i,,l in Weal Koote-U) gj "I
inenrlnit at a poat ptanlel "�� ""LI
about one-hall mile north��->.i ln,"i*7J
e,l J.B. M. I ���*. N K. comer, lln".' ����""|
Ihi-iic,. aoulh *1 i-haln". lli'n" ���*"
thence norlh ��i  chalua to place ��*"
iSrd May, 1BU7. ���*""*'''*',--
Take notice that  Harry  *iW*'*
B   0��� rancher, lntenda U apply '"
in   purrhaae   the lollowltii ,lf��-n��
���Ac, Ko.itetlay dlatricl: .   .^
Coinmenclug ��l a poal plaulH ta,
aotilhcaal corner ol Lol ���!�� llioua��ll".
red and clgblyllre limM. ''"'"l'"
dlatrlet. thence aoutb twenty I*'*;1
wet on,* hundred arid Billy ll""'!'1
norlh twenty (*20) chaina. "" "" ���
red and  alrty tl��0) , hell..   ���_J,1��.
tn.iiccmoul and rotilaliiluk ��� ���rmT
I, the iindcralgned. alter "' '"'.'iii
ply to the Hon  thcl'hlcli ,������ni "Xl
ami Worka lor parmlaalon  W I"".,.,!
lowing dc-rlhed  land: .'","1"'"'rf
marked N   to, .1111.1.-1  "[' l��j;��
i-locau lake, alwut twenty mllea ir �� ,
thenco weal �� cbaiua, then ���"'   #
then.*.!  cat  1(1 i-hallii,   lh''"''    ���| n*
���bore ol lake HO cbalna to p"l**�� *"
men't. I,,,**
Uic.Ud M��, <lh.      ������,,., W���,T1.��
Hlaty daya alter dale I purr*.*'J' -, \,
tlon   lo   the  Chlel l'omml**��l""''M
Hurka lor permiaiioli to P1!" ".,,,.
dcacrllwd land:   Cummciii* ul a.
al tho northweat comer ol I"1,,"'���,,��
ed "I-  llif'iH K com. r }*�����>���   . '"���i i
& chain, north thence HO chain i ����1(i
chalua aoulh, thence KI *-li��H'' "" ��� .
oommenccinent, conlalnlng ow "
llitlod thUMIi dar ol May. I**"
Nelaon Lend Dlatricl.  DWrW "I|*J
Take notice that Paul *��f "���'���,?0.ii .
,-hener, B. O..  occupallon  l "''haa. '��'!
loappl, lot parmlaalon to I>��" ' .������ n
in, Mc.crllieS  land.:    Oomm   ',',"ft
plmiic.l nil Iho weat (,,>niirt��r) o. .   ,���
and about 10 cbalna ���OttUi ot H '   ,,
ot tho rigbiol-way "i SJjBRfcJI
Bnuthem lUllway, and nt��rk��      ltf|
eaat corner,"   thence  *,"'   ,,, ,m lU'J
north to the aouth >>ouiid��ry o'  h���n II
of  ihe   Ilrlllah  Columbia   """ ,���uf
thenco following aald '""""   ,,,'ilu'i."']
way, Inyjeaatcrly dlreclI.in i^    b���j
ary ol loSfco. Mi"   . *��"'," ^" i��i-*���**���
commoncoraent, and ooBttinmi
'"i'mJ.'i thla 18th day ol JaJJ" '^l,,.
Notlco la hereby glren If ��**BJS
inlond tn apply to Iho IIonora >i
inishIoiii'i of I^nda ������i��_''.I:;",iW
���i '.7.
I'tK'il '
thence eaat *0 chaina. ,n,''".*,'���i';.iiiii��'S
thence WoaHOubalnalopi"'1;."   |,,W
���illrd May WOT, "' '
Xa*A The Daily Canadian
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
he BACON We Sell
It Gives Satislactiou, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and Smoked.    Our Hams  Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Barns & Co., Ltd.
i.i       - -'���
i Land District.   Diatrict opWest Kootenay
A notice lhat  George   Alexander, of   Kaalo,
.occupation mine manager, lntenda �������
r a Speetal timber licence over tbe lollow
ierfbe.1    land:     Commencing  at  s Met
u at   the    northeast   corner  ol  Lot  IMgi
-   l.   Kooteuay   DUtrlct.    tbence   west   00
0. tbence south  40 chalm,  thenc-  cant��>
E  thence  north  40 chaina  to  thu point of
Mncement. and containing 240 acres, more
1 June 27. i'.*'"'*.
SLand Diatrict.   District ol West Kootenay
I nolle* that George   Alexander, of Kaslo,
sanation mine manaaer, in tend i to ap-
K Nl>,..'i��l timber licence over the follow-
tferllied landi: Commencing al a ihui
d at the southeast corner of Lot oiOh.
X, Kootenai UUtrfci, tlience north ao
i thence west no chains, thenee iouth HO
l thence esst BO chains to point of com-
nent,  and containing 640 acrei. more or
-I Jnne.27, l��n.
I*nd Histrict.  District of Weit Kootenay
t~ notice that George  Alexander,  of Kaalo,
fcupatlon mine mauagcr,, inteuda U> ap-
��� peeial timber liceuce over  the  follow-
rlbed   landi*.     Commencing at a   poal
,   at   the aoutheaat   eoruer   of   U)t   loifc>,
I,   Koolenay   Diatrict,   tbence   north 80
ibeine   east  60 chaina,   tbenee   aouth 80
tbence  weit ��o cbalna  lo  the  point  ot
���t-ineiit. ��nd  coutuiuing -W0 acrei. more
Uune27, 1907.
Gboriib AtaxANDXa.
1 Land Dlitrlct. District of Weat Kootenay
��� notice tbst Oaorge  Alexander Of  Kaalo,
occupation mine nmiiag* r, lntenda U>*p-
g a ���!��-. ini timber Heeuee over the follow-
fcacrlbed   landi:    Commeucing   at   a  pout
d at the uortneaat eorner oi l*'t 10M,
1,   Kootenay    Dlatrlet,   thence   weat   40
l tbence aoulh 180 ebalua, thence eaat 40
a. thence north 1��0 chains to the j-olnl of
oneemeiil. and   coutAlntng fi|0 air en, more
1 June 27, 1907.
. .ueud District.   DUtrlct ot Weit Kooteuay
i notice tbst George Alexander, of Kailn,
Bcupatluu mine manager, inteuda  to ap
e speetal   timber  licence over the folio**-
���scribed  lanna:    tlommencing  at a  poat
d at ihe  aouth went corner  ot Hectlon   la,
*lp 7. Kooteuay  Dlatrlet.   thenee north 40
etc  the   sou'.ta   boundary   of   the   Indian
u   tbence   east   about   10 ehalna   to   lhe
���hat corner of aald Indian   Iteserve, Ihenee
Erbains.  thence  e��ht  about 70 ehalni lo
���*����� bouudary   of   1-ot   M2.   thence   aouth Hi
L ibeme  w..il  nu chains  to  the  point of
9-  *tncut, and  containing 600 acrea, more
I j un* jr. ieu7.
lZan.1 District.   Diatrict of Weit Kootenay
pi notice thai  George  Alexander, of Kaalo.
ficcui.allon mine manager.  Intend*, to ap
T�� special timber  licence over tbr follow-
lertoed  landi:     Commencing  at  a   poat
H��t  the luiersectiiin of the north .toe of
��� 24   Towmhlp 7, Kootenay   District, and
Et Hue of the Indian Reserve, tbeuee iouth
Tea, thence eaal about 7U chains to the weat
Cry  of  Lot*12,   thence   uorth   SO chaina,
I wot about 70 ehalni to the point of com-
Bent, aud containing MO  acrea,  more or
I June 21, 1907.
| Land Dlatrlet.   DUtrfOtOl Weat Kootenay
notice  lhat tieorge  Alexander, of Kaalo,
���cupatlon mine manager,  tnleudi to ap-
sspeclal limber licence  over  the fellow���
scribed   landa:     Commencing at a pom
J at the intersect ion  of the aouth  Hue of
\2b. Township 7. Kootenay   Dlstrlot,  aud
feline of the Indian Reserve,  thence eaat
|70 uhalns to the wen   boundary of I^ot HI**,1,
la north 80   chains   to  the   aoulh   bank  of
TrUer,   Ihenee   westerly  90 chains along
i bank of Goat river  to the west line ol said
i 2b, thenoe south Hi cbaini to  polnl  of
���cement and  containing  6*0 acres, more
1 June '17,1907.
Land Dlatrlet    District of West Kooteuay.
_l notice  that  George   Alexander of Kaalo,
Eoecunatlou  mine manager, tuteudito ap
Ta special   timber   licence over the follow-
���ertbed   lands:     Commencing  at a poit
1 et tbl south weat corner of Lot KM, Uroup
tenay  dlitrlct,   ihenee  soulh   100 chalua.
ieaxt  V) chains to the uorthcast uorner of
dlan reserve; theuee north about:*)chains
A river: thence Westerly along the south
I Goat river about lb ehalni to -he aoiilh-
orner  of  Lol  4'Jl;   thence north about M
I to the  norlhwest cornerof  Mid Lot 491]
i eaal about "*  chains   to  the  southwest
���rof Lot N'Ji;   thence  north about IW ehalni
I eoutlieast corner ol l-ot&SI; thence west 40
I to lhe point of -commencement, aud con-
I 4i" acrea. more or leas.
1 June 77, 1907. llSOHUR  All X ani-kk.
1. Notice ts hereby given thai SO days
late 1 intend to apply to the Chief Cnm-
mcr, of Land and Worki. for a special
I to cut and carry 11 in bur from the  follow-
���ecrtbed lands, situated on the loulheast
Of Halmon river. In the dlatrlet of West
���na\ : Commencing al a poal placed iihuii
PTda weat of Rose U-af creek marked "It. M.
t's uorthwest corner," thenc HO chains
. theuee H) chalua east, thence HO chaina
, theuee hii chains west lo place of com-
no enL
1 on the llth day of June, 1*907.
R   M. Rkrvks, locator.
2. Notice is hereby given lhat 30 days
dab- I lutend 10 npidy to tho Chief Com-
ener.   ot   Lauds   and   Works,   for  a  special
to out and carry timber from the follow--
.eribe.t lands situated ou tho southeast
the Halmon rlvor, In lhe dlstrictof Weat
,ay: Commencing at a post placed about
li west of Rose Leaf cieek, marked "H M.
��� No. 2 southwest corner," thcucc HI
north, thence H0 chains east, thence HI
south, theuee 90 chalua west to place nf
eti'-cfiit-ui * .
.ted on the 10th day of June, vm>,.
R. M. Rrrvks, Locator.
mLand District.   Dlitrlct of West Kootenay.
Is hereby Rlvon  that thirty days alter
P. Sweduerg, of  Nelson,  II. 0 , minor,
toapply   to the   Hon. the Chief Coiumts-.
of  Landa  and  Worki, at   Victoria,  for   a
license to cut and   carry away limber
tha following described lauds, situated ou
lit creek, lu the Weat Kooteuay district*
ommencing at a post marked J. I\ H's
ir limit,  northeast corner post, looated on
fork  of Hummlt creek, about 2 miles from
creek, thence runulng south Ho  cbalus,
running west 40 chains, thence ruunlng
J ebalns,  thenco weit 40 chaina, thence
���0 chains, thunce  running east 40 chains,
running aouth 40 chains, thonce cast 40
to plaoe of eommeucement.
��� this 6th day ol June, 1907.
J. P. HwiniiRHu, Locator.
���"ommencing  at a post marked J. H. B's
T limit, norlhwest coruer post, located on
'irk of Hum mH ereek, about two miles from
creek,  thence  running  south  HO chaina,
running  east 00 chains, thence runulng
tl chains, thenee running woat H) chsins
e of commencement
" the Cth day of June, 1907.
4, P. BwEDHKKi-i. Locator.
Hetson I-and District District of West Kootenay
Take notice lhat Walter Kdwarda. of Ferguson,
B.C. occupation cook, intend**, to apply ior a
special timber licence over the lollowlng dea-
eriDOd lands: Commencing at a post planted
41. miles up a orw running Into tbe head of
CaribiM) lake, on the east side of Cariboo lake
Bin! marked ������ Wniici Kdward's norlhwest corner," thence south Hi chains* iheuce east HO
chalua. thence north HO chains, thence west K
'halm to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or leaa.
Datad April 71th, 19*7        w'altkr tcwajma,
by his agent W, C. MAMK.nij.
Nelson Land Dlsti-lct District of West Koolenay
Take uotlce that Walter Kdwards, of Ferguson,
Il 0 , occupation rook. lntenda to apply for a
apeeiHl timber licence over the fallowing described lands: Commencing at a post 6>4 tnll**s
up Btevens creek and a '.*. mile east from A.
I*..nn'-. corner post No. ti, and marked -Walter
Kdwards s northwest corner post," thence east
40 chains, thence south 160 chains, thence wesl
40 ehains, theuee uorth I"-' chains to point of
commencement, and contaiuing 540 acres, more
or less.
Dated May SOth, 1907. Walter F.i>wari*.
by hii agent t C. Manmnu.
Nelson Land Dlitrlct. District of West Kootenay
Take notice tbat Waller Edwarda, of Ferguson,
B. < . ������-���eui'-iiL-oi cook, intends to apply for a
special timber licence over the following described lauds: tdmsienclng at a |>ont planted
about a mile from the head of Cariboo lake and
one mile cist of said lake, and marked "Waller
Kdward's sou thwest coruer," theuee north 80
ehalus, thenee easl SO ehaius. thcucc south H)
chains, thence west 90 chains tu point of commeneemeut, and eontainlnK 040 acres, more or
Dated MaySOlh. W07. Wai.tkr Kuwarpi.
by hla agent F. C. Manninu.
Nelson Lend District.  District of West Kootenay
Taxc notice thai Arthur K. Evans, of  Beaton.
B. *'.. o�� cupatlon cruiser, lntendi toapply for a
special timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted
about fi miles up Htevena creek ruunlng Into the
east side of ('ariboo lake marktd "A. a. (-van's
southweat eoruer post," thence norlh 00 chslni,
thence cast Hi chal'i. theuee south 90 chains,
thence west HO cbalus lo p-ilnt of commencement, and containing M0 acres, more or less
Dated May Huh, 1WI7. Arthur K. (Vans.
'���>- his agent F. C. Manmnu.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
date! intend tn apply to the Hon. the Chief commissioner of i-aii-it- and Works for a apeclal liceuce lo cut and carry away limber from lhe
following described landa in Vraat KooU-nay
district: �� ommencing at a po-n planted ou the
ih rth bank oi leu Mile creek, aboul one mile
and a half from Hlocan lake, marked II* H Pitta'
northwest coruer post, theuee cast IM) chatus,
thence aoulh 40 ehains, thenee weal 160 chains,
Ihenee north 40 chains to plaee uf commencement.
Dated thla Mth day of June, 1907.
H. H. Pitts, Locator,
A. W. HTL'Rbfl. Ageni
Notice la hereby given that thirty days aftei
date 1 intend to apply lo tbe Honoiable
Chief Commissioner oi I.anda and W'orki at
Victoria, B. u., for a special license to cut aud
carry away timber from the followlug described
lands lu Weat Kootenay district! Commencing
at a i>oit planted on me wesl bank of Smelter
creek, about one mile soulh Ol the City id Nelson.
tbeuee routb HO chaina, theuee weat Oo chatus,
thence north Hi chsins. thence east H) chains to
plaee of commencement.
Dated this llth day of Juue, 1W7.
0. c. i *:. * kk . Locator*
D. BCOint, Ageut.
i luiiii No. 1
Nelaon I*nd Diatrict.  Diitriotof West Kootenay
Take notice that A. L. Beading, of Arrowhead, B. 0 , occupation. car|��enter, intends to
appiy for a speclsl timber license oner the following described lands: Commencing at a poat
planted 40 chains soutb of S E corner of T. L. 7-
bi-> thence south 90 chains, thence east H) chains
thence north H) ehalus, thenee west H) chains ta
point   of commencement.
lune aWtb, 1W7     A antra laraaacB Riadiko.
Claim No.x.
Nelson Laud District.   District of West Koo'enay
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrow-
bead, B. Q*i oecupation, carpenter,Intends to apply lor a apeclal timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted 80 chains south ot A. L. Reading's
corner post No. 1, ihenee soulh Hi chains, theuee
r*.<[ ap chains, thenco north 80 chaina. thenee
west ft cbaini.   lo  point  of commeucemeut.
June'.Nth 1907.     ARUHi'K Laihkm a Kxaiuno.
Claim No. 8. w
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay
Take notice thtt A. L. Heading, of Arrowhead, B C , ooeupation, i m penlar. intends lo
apply for a special limber license over the following described lands: Comineucf B| at a post
planted Hi chaina south of N K. corner of A. L
Reading's claim No. 1, thence iouth 160 chains,
thenee eaat 40 chains, thenee uorth 1H> chaina,
thence west 40 chains to point of eommeucement.
June '28th, lt��7.    Arthiii Lairrhcr Kiaiuno.
Claim No   4.
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay
Take noliee that A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B.C., occupation, carpeuter lntenda to
apply for a special limber license over the following described lauds: Commencing at a poit
plauted 40 ehains south of N.K. cornerof A. L.
Heading's claim No ��, thence soulh 100 chains,
theuee east 40 chains, thence north 1H> cbalus,
thence Wi st40chalns to point oi eommeucement.
Juue '28th, 11)07.    Alum-it  Lauhrncb Rkapiro.
Claim No. b
Nelaon Liiini Dislrirt. District of West Footeuay
Take notice tbat A L Reading, of Arrow
bead, It. C , occupation, carpeulur, luteuds to
apply lor a special timber license over tho following described tends: Commencing at a post
planted 10 chains south of N- K. corner of A L.
Reading's rlmm Nu 4, thence aouth 160 chaina.
thence east 40 chiilna, thence north 16'lOhalii;,
I hence  west  40   chains  to  point of commemTi
Claim No A
Nelson Land Dlatrlet.   Dlatrlet of West Kootenay
Tako notice lhat A. L Reading, of Arrowhead, B. 0 , occunatlou, carpenter, intends to
apply for a special limber license over tho following ilea ribed lauda: C .turoeuclng ata poit
Rial) ed 4o chains south of N R Coruer of A L
���fading's claim No. 0t thence south 190 ehalni.
t icner eait 40 "hai ill. Iheuce north Iti | hum-,
theuee west 40 chains lo point of commencement.
June '29th, 1907.    AKTiirit Laurknck Rraiuni*.
(Malm No. 7.
Nelson U\o<\ District. District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that A b. IteadtUg, of Arrowhead,
B. (', oecupation, carpenter, intends toapp'y for
a special limber licence over tho following described lands: Commeucing ata rost planted
70 chains aouth of N. K. corner of A.L. Reading's
claim No. 6. theuco aou'h H) chains thenco cant
H) chains, thenee uorlh HOchalns, thence weat 80
chains to point ot commeneem nt
June 20th, 1007.   Arthur Ladrrmk kkaiuku.
One of  Murderere of  Former Governor
Goebel of Kentucky  in Gaol
for Seven  Yeara.
OcnrectowD. Ky., July 29.���A special
term of the Scott circuit court convened
today to try tbe case of Caleb Powera
for codflplracy In the murder of the late
Gov. William Goebel. The case will be
tried before Judge J. E. Robbins, of
Graves county, who presided at Power's
last trial, and who has been designated
by Governor Reckham as special judge
for the present trial.
The trial about to begin ia the fourth
trial of the famous case. Three >tlnies
has Powers been convicted of complicity
Is the Goebel assassination. Twice -he
has been sentenced to imprisonment for
life, and once to be hanged.
The present trial is the outcome of a
decision made by Mr. Justice Harlan of
the United States Supreme Court, who
rendered the opinion lhat the jurisdiction of the State and not the federal
courts was paramount after the case
had three times gone to the Court of
Appeals, which ordered a new trial each
The friends of R>wers desired to have
the trial held before a federal court,
advancing for their argment the statement that Powers was being deprived
of his constitutional rights of a fair
trial. They based their charges on
Powers' two former trials, when the
juries were composed of twelve Goebel
men, while, at his last trial, eleven of
the men who held his fate in his hands
were followers of the Goebel faction,
although the remaining Juror was not
closely allied to any party.
The story of the murder of William
Goebel Is one or the most unusual In
ihe criminal annals of the country. Jim
Howard and Henry Youtsey, two friends
of Powers, have already been convicted
of complicity in the morder and are now
serving life terms in prison, while ex-
Governor Taylor, in whose interests the
men are said to have acted Is still at
large in Indiana, whither he fled as soon
as his name was brought into the matter
arid where he now lives by grace of the
five miles west of the Kootenay river, oo Corn
ereek, in lhe Dlatrlet of Wast Kootenay, and
heinK about aix miles north of the international
houudarv line, and about two mllea weat of tim
her licence No. 0645, thence aouth 10 ahaiua,
itit'iiTi'ini $0 chaina, tbence north SO chaina.
tbence went SO chains to point ot commencement
and couialutna &t0 acrea, more or less.
Locattd 1Mb June. Vat,.
No 2 ��� Commencing at a post planted at tbe
north*.**.- ate rncr of William A Roaa* No. 1 claim,
thence soutb SO chains, thence west 90 cbalna,
ibence north SO chains, thenee east SO chains.
to "he point of commencement,  and  coutalulug
MO acres, more or less.
Located lMh June, 1*07.
No ,i <'onimenrinir at a poat planted about
two miles west of the northeast corner of William Ross' No i alaim, thenea jouth 00 cbalna,
thenee eaat SO chains, tbence north Bo chains,
t bence west So cbalus to tbe point of commencement, and containing 6*0 acres, more or less.
Located 1Mb Juue. 1W7.
No. 4 f'ouiiii*uelng at at a poat planted at
the northwest corner of William A. Ross' No. 8
claim, thence nortb SO chalua. tbence weat SO
i hams tnence south so chains, th-nce eaat SO
chaina to the point of commencement, contain-
ing 610 acres, more or lesa.
Located l.'dh June, 1907
No. fi.���Commencing at a poat planted at tbe
northweat corner of William A. Ross' No. 3 claim,
thence aouth HO chain.,, thence west SO cbaiua,
thence norlh 80 chains, tbence eaat 80 chains to
ihe point of commencement, and containing -M0
acres, more or leaa.
Located 1Mb !une,lW7.
No 6���Commencing at e post planted about
two niles west of tbe northeast coruer of William A Ross' No ft claim, thence south 80 chains,
thence eaat 80 chains, tnence north 80 chains,
thenco weat SO chains to the point of commencement, aud containing 640 acrea. more or less.
Loealcd 15th June, 1907.
No 7���Commencing ata poat planted at tbe
northwest cornerof Widlam A. Roas' No. 6 claim,
thenee north ho chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence aoulh HO ehatna, thence west SO cbalna to
point of commencement, and containing 040
acres, more or less.
Loealcd lflth June, 1W17
No 8 ���Commencing ata poat planted about
40 ehatna aouth of the northweat corner of Willi nm \. Kosa'No 6 claim, thence north SO ebalns,
tbence west so ohalns. thence south so chains,
thence east 80 ohalna to lhe point of commencement, aud containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Located 15th Juno, 1907.
Ho 9 ���commencing at a poat planted about 40
chains south ot the northweat coruer of Wtlliam
A Koas' No. 6 claim, Ihenee south 80 chains,
thence weist Ho chains, ihetic-' north 80 chains,
theuee east N) chsins to the poin' of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Looated 16th June, 1907
No 10���Commencing at a post planted about
two milts west of the northeast roruej of William A Ross' No. 9 claim. Ihenee soutb 80 chains,
theuee eaat 80 chains, tbence north SO ehains,
thence we*l M chains to the p lut of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Looated lftlh June, 1907.
No. it.���Commeucing at a post planted about
two miles west of the northeast corner of Will tarn
A Rosa' No. 9 claim, thence north 80 chains,
thence eaat 80 chains, thence soutb SO chains,
thence west HO cbslus to the polut ot commeneemeut and containing 610 acres, mere or lees.
Looated 15th Juue. 19U7.
No 12 ���Commencing at a poat planted about
io chains soutb oi the northwest oorner of
William A. Roas'No 10 claim, tbence i<**uth K
chains, thence w-st 80 chains, thence north no
chsins, thence eaat 80 chains to point of com
moncemenl aud coutainlug 640 acres, more or less
Located 1Mb Juue. 1907.
vo. 18 -Commeucing at a post planted about
-30 chains south ot the northwest corner of William A Rosa' No. 10 claim, tnence nortb so
chains, theuee west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thetiee eastSO chains to the point of oomt
mencoment and containing 840 acrei more or lew,
Daled this 5th day ot July, 1007.
William Asnaaw Roes.
Nulsnn Land District.  DtitrlOtol West Kootenay
Take   notice   that  William Andrew  Rosa,   nf
Fernle. B. (* , hotel keeper. Intends to  apply  tot
a spc-ial tlnber licence over thi  following  des-
crioed lands:
No. l.���Commending at a poet plauted about
Nelson Land Diatrict- District of Weat Kootenay
Take noliee that "David Henry Telford," Saskatoon, 8ask., occupation lumberman, Intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the foi
lowing described lands:
No 1 Commencing ata post planted about8
chains north of the northweat corner of Timber
Limit H144, west branch of Little Slocan rlrer.
West Koolenay, thence west SO chains, thence
aouth 80 chaina. thence eaat HO chains, thence
north HO Chains to point of commencement and
containing 640 acna. more or less
Dated July 9th, 1907 DaVIP lianay TSLTOHD
No. S, Commencing a post planted on the east
bank of t.'oug'r creek, anil on the north boundary of timber limit 8144, west brunch of Little
Hlocan river, tbence north 160 chains, thenco
east 40 chains, thence south 160 chains, tbenoe
west 40chams to place uf commencement, and
containing 640 acres, mure or teas.
Dated July 10th, 1807. Daviu lunar TaLroas.
magistrates of pat state, who refuse
to give him up to the Kentucky court*.
The Kentucky legislature appropriated $100,000 to ferret out the assassins
and bring them to Justice. Thla large
sum has never been accounted for and
the veil of mystery that enshrouded the
killing from the very beginning is still
The case of Powers, who is still a
young man, has excited no little sympathy In many parts of the country, and
he is daily In receipt of a large numbers
of letters expressing the hope that he
may win his hard-fought battle for life.
Power's friends have stood by him loyally, and were It not for the assistance
they have rendered him he would have
long since been In the penitentiary and
forgotten. When he was arrested he
did not have a dollar and public sentiment was against him; but when the
legislature appropriated $100,000 to
prosecute him and those Indicted with
him his friends went to work to raise
funds to assist him.
It has been said that every prominent Republican in the United States
has contributed to the big sum raised
for his defence, and among them are
mentioned the names of President
Roosevelt, Secretary Taft and the late
Senators  Quay and  Hanna.
Powers apparently has not suffered
in health from his seven years' confinement in Jail. He takes exercise regularly aad spends much of his time in
reading and writing. During his stay
in prison he has written a history of
his life, which has been placed on the
market and from which he has derived
a  considerable  sum.
Chicago,   St.   Paul   A   Milwaukee   Line
Will   Rival   Hill   Roads,
Winnipeg, July 29.���Manitoba is promised another railway war in the near future.
The war between the Great Northern
Railway company and the Chicago, St.
Paul & Milwaukee company which has
been in progress on the other side of
the line is to be extended into Western
Canada, and the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul is planning for an extension
into this country with the opening of
the spring of 1908. With this end in
view they have a survey party in the
field at the present time, working between Regina and the boundary line.
TW- information was given by a prominent railway contractor and civil engineer, who Is in a position to know, and
made the statement as authoritative. He
is at present visiting here.
The decision of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company to enter the Canadian field, is made as a
result of a long standing feud between
that line and the James J. Hill railways
south of the boundary. Both railways
centre about St. Paul and Minneapolis
and the Interests of one are naturally
the Interests of the other. The recent
investigations into the working of the
various railway lines In the United
States has caused a considerable rivalry
between tho two lines, and the statement issued by James 3. mil previous
to his retirement, and by Louis W. Hill,
his successor, that the Great Northern
railway ts to extend into the districts
of Western Canada have naturally
caused the Chicago. Milwaukee & St.
Paul the great Hill rivals, to look a!so
for fresh fields in which to meet the
The result was that the railway officials were pointed towards the Canadian West as the most feasible field in
which to meet the Hill interests, providing as it does, a ground which can afford trade and traffic for a dozen railway linos, and at the same time a sufficient population to make the road a
paying Investment at the very beginning of Its operation.
No 3. Commencing at a post planted on bsnk
of t-tuasle creek, about 30 chains iouth of the
aouth boundary of timber limit M47. went branch
of I.Mil" SI jean river, thence weat Hu chains,
thenee aouth no chains, thence east no chains,
thcucc north SO chains to the point of commencement ami containing 640 acrea, more or
Dated July llth, 1907.  Daviu Himiv Tki ioki.
No 4. <���oinin"in-ing at a post plan'ed about 8
chslua east from east bank of Rusale creek and
on the went boundary of limn 8, tbence wt-ai #'
chain***, theme aouth 80 ebalns, theuee eaat au
chain-, thence north 80 chains to point nf commencement, and containing tiio aorea, more < r
Dated July Uth, 1907. David Hsnhv Tblfobd.
No. 13. Commencing at a tout planted about
60 chains west of Uooae Creek au *) about six
miles from its mouth at Hlocan Kiver, aald poat
la abonl M chains west from D H Telford's limber application Nc. 11. iheuce east 41 chains to
timber application No. 11, thence north 100
ehalu-i, thence weiit 40 ebalns, thence south 160
chain!*, to point of commencement, aud coutain
Ing 610 acrea. more or le*-s
Dated July "th. 1007. Davtn Hcnry Tblford.
No. 14 Commencing et a post planted at the
aouthvrest corner of N'o. 18, then eweat4Uchalu.->,
thence north 1��W chains, thence east -40 chains,
thence aouth i,;n chains lo point of commeneemeut, and containing 610 acres, more or less
tated July 17th, 19u7   bavin Hsnhv lai.roan.
A  Milto*. Agent
IN THS MATTER of tha "Rivera and
Streams Act" and amendments
IN THE MATTER of an Application of
Tha Canadian Pacific Timber
Company, Limited.
Notice Is hereby given tbat 60 days after date
The Canadian 1'aciflo ��� imber Company, Limited,
Intends to submit to tbe Honorable chief Com-
mlnaaouer of Lands and Works a pr posal under
the provMon* of the ������Rivera and Streams Act"
and amendment** thereto, for the right to improve Troii- creek and H�� tributaries from the
aources of such creek and tributaries to the point
where tho aame flows tnto Trout lake in the District nf Weat Kootenay, and to remove obstruction1* theretrom and make the same lit for driving, itorlng, sortiiiK and booming losa, rafts and
era It it, and the fl lining of lumber thereon, also
for the right to collect tolls thereon.
The ]*u.i h aiTt-ctc 1 are Crown landa and Lots
770, 7W0, 7951, 77'J, 771 7C9, 763 and 190, all In
Uroup l, West Kootenay.
Dated thla 8oth day of May, 1907.
bv their solicitor, B. M. Macdonald.
Queen's Hotel
BaXai Btrwt, KeHon. B. 0.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated bj Hot Air
lairge and Comfortable Bed.ooma .nd lint.
olaaaDlnlng Room.   Bample Booma for Commercial   Mao
URS.  I.  C.CLABKK.   ProprletreM
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refur-
nishod. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. KRIOKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court Rouse
and PoBtofflce. Nelaon. B. C.
Tfemont House
Eo.rope.il and American PUB
Ma.li 25 ou.   Boom, from �� ou. te fl.
Only White Help Employed.
Bater St., Nelaon *Pro��rUtor��
Bartlett   House
Best DoIlar-a-Diy House in Hekon.
The Har ia the rtneet.
White Help Only Employed.
Josephine St.
NeUon. B. C.
Royal Hotel
Rates tl and $1.50 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders.
Moat comfortable quarters In Nelaon!
Only the best of Liquor, .nd l liter*.
In the matter of an application lor tbe lune of
a duplicate or tbe Certificate of Title ior Lot**
1�� and 17. Block tt. Towti of Nelion. -
Notice tt hereby alren that it U my intention
to iaiuc at the vxpfratlon of one montb *��or tfte
flnt publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for the above Lota in the name of
France* K Day, which Certificate la dated the
19th September, 189t, and numbered ���BOK.
Land Reeiftry Office, Nelsou, B.t* 15th June,
1901 H. F. MacLftOD,
Dtatrlct Keclatrar.
Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.
To Chariot G. Slmpion, or any other person
to whom he nay have transferred hli interest In
the "May Bloaaom" mlner��l claim, situated on
Brown Mountain, two and a half miles southwest of Ymlr, In the Nelson Mining DlVsflon.of
West Kootenay District, and recorded in the
Recorder's office, for the Nelion Division.
You and each of you are hereby notified that
I have expended two hundred and five dollars
(���J06.00) in labour ai,d improvements upon the
above mineral cla*m In order to hold the nme
under the provlsi msol the Mineral Act. and If
within ninety davs from the date of this notice
you fall or refuse'to contribute your portion of
the expenditure, (which ts one hundred and two
fllty dollars (��Utt.iV0) for the two years ending
dth May. 19U7.) together with all costs of adver
tislna, vour interest in the said claim will become the property ot tho undersigned under
Hoc 4 of an aci entitled: "An Act to Amend tbe
Mineral Act, WOO." ,m
bated at Ymlr, B. C . 16th May, 1907.
Not'ce Is hereby Klven tliat alter the expiration
ot Hixty aa** from tbe date hereof the -Patrick
l.u!tiiit:r t'ompenv. Limited, Intends to pubmlt to
the Houo-able Chief t'ommluloner ot Lands and
Works a proposal under the provisions of the
"Rivers and streams Aut" and Ameudlng Acts,
for the rl>;ht to Improve th-* Slocan river from
the mill dam of said company (situate about
three miles above the junction ol said Hlocan
river with the Kootenay river.) to the mouth of
the Little Hlocan river, and to improve the Little
Blooen river and branches thereof to the northern Douiuiary of suh lot 2, lot 71H0, and sub-lot 1,
lot 7111 group one, Kootenay district, and to
improve the tributaries of said rivers; and remove obstructions from laid rivers and tributaries, snd lo mukc the same fl t for driving, storing, sorting boo ��� Ing aud raring logs, limber,
lumber, rafts, and -.rafts; also for the right to
co'lect lolls thereon.
The land* to b>�� afl<-cted are the following:   (a)
t.oiH son, r.i'V.t, ovm, mm, M5J. afito, asm, m-w, ;i-wb,
7523, 71)65, Xn20, 481'2, all in (Iroup one, Kootenay
district; also lands covered by pre-emptions
numbvrL'd 40, 103, lift, 135, 1*3.1, IM and 570; also
lands covered by timber I teens s nutubend ������s.vv,
Mtt, &Mt. 5585, 6686, K��7, and 6688; also lands ot
the crown.
Dated this 6th day ol July. 1907.
by Ita solicitor, R. W. IUnninutoN,
Notice li hereby given that the Wattsburg
Lumber company nan applied to Ills Honor the
Lieutenant Hover nor In council, uuder the provisions of the "Rivers and Streams Act," for the
right to improve Rykcrts creek In the district ot
West Kootenay. British Columbia, by removing
the obstructions therefrom and .straightening
the banks theroof.nnd to construct dams, booms,
slides and chutes, aud ms ke inch other Improvements as may be ik ri'.-sury for the driving and
rafting of loes and the Hum ing or limber thnraon
The lauds to be affected arc goverment lands and
Lots '2bl and 25'J, ��� i roup 1, * ootcnay district, and
the tolls lhat an' propoked to be charged,If any,
are such as may be flx*��d by a Judgsof the county
court of West Kootuuay.
Dated this .nth dayof March, A. I). 1907.
We Have Been Mo*t Soccesafof ��?-��!*   f AMi��
Recently ta Selling Oar    rroW   l*aHOS
We tell only good .elected land*���and at reasonable price*.
Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron, Ltd*
' \AAa**via��AA**miAa*aA��^a^^
Lots for Sate at from $100 to $200
Prices will be raised 15 per cent, after 1st August.    Buy while they aro
cheap.   Term* one-third cash, balance in six and twelve months.
We Have For Safe One of the Prettiest Homes in
��� ���������       ii��� i*- ii ii���"I   i       i-.i.i ���! ���   ��� ��� .-i.��� ������
Nelson, Sttwated to Falrvtew, Close to the Car Line
Large 7-room house. Stone foundation and first-class cellar. Complete water system. 10 lots under cultivation and planted In large, bear
Ing fruit trees.   This Is a snap.   For particulars apply to
Choice Fruit
I Have 10,000 Acres
of the
Choicest Frott Lands to
Dcltlso Cohfinbta*
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
Nelson. B. C.
Something for the practical man.
Just investigate!���That Is All ws
ask of you; and you ows that much
to yourself.
Kootenay Orchard
on   1600   acres,   south   of  Burton   city,
for sale.    Apply to
The M. & W. Und Co., Limited,
A. II. Can. Set. C. B.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Ofllee: Bealey Building.   P. O. Box 434
Baker St., NELSON. B. C.
Summer Excursion
.... Rates East
RI?OiVl inel^soin
To Winnipeg $46*20
To Port Arthur. St. PauL
Dolath. Skmx City
Chicago t-54.00 Montreal 004.00
Toronto 078.50 St. Johr*��0��4.00
0L Louis 000.00 Ottawa  002-00
Nsw  York 0100.00 Boston 005.50
Halifax 010140
On Sale July 3, 4, 5.   August 8, 9, 10.
September 11, 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. Through rates quoted
to any station In Ontario, Quebec or
Maritime provinces on application.
A.U.I". A..Vaii**.|iuvw, U. 1.A. Nelaon
AND IN THE MATTER OF the plan of
the Townslte of Robson, part of Lot
Three Hundred and One (301,)
Group On* (1,) Kootenay, of resort1
In the Land Registry Office at Nelaon as "02��."
r. c crees     r. r. burden     a. h. green
Civil Engineers. Dominion and British
ColumbU Land Surveyor.;
P. 0. Box 145   rboot 241 B.
Taki* noil. .* that on th. ?Mh dar of July, A. D.
1907, at the hour ot IO:ao oVInck In the forenoon.
at the Court Hon... lu th. city of Kelson. In thu
ProTtnr-e of Rrlttah Olumhla, .ppUestton will
Ik* in..I.* to the Jihikc of the County Court ul
Weat KiKitenay, hy the Columbia .nd KooUsn.y
Hallway anrl Navigation Company for an order
that the Plan *>l the aald Towualte of Robson. of
record at Nelson. In tb. 1'rovlqre ef British .
Columbia, aa "6 4 ' he cancelled, and th.t the
applicant may enjny the landa comprised within the aald Town site free from any Macmcuia
or rltcbta of .ny peraon to open .ny land or
lane., atreet or ���treetx, rqu.r. or M'-ere*. park
or parka .cross, wlluin or upon S.IO lands.
listed at the City of Nelaon, In tho I rnvtnco ol
llrltlab  Columbia, thla "nth day ol .lime, A.D.,
Agents for U.uglieed, Bonnctt, A1II*m)ii, Tarlor
A Mcl.aws. Ifcilittloia and agen*. lor lit.
Coluni-la A Koolenay Hallway .*. Navigation Company, spplleauta.
To It. BILL *  OOlirANV. *;'*J
The Daily Canadian
Do You  Know What Thi�� I**    ���
It is lln* Royal Standard flying over at my camp, With u good, ordinary pair til ayes it is plain ly vi Bible. If you cannot see it come duwn
to  my office  ami  gel   fitted  with    proper glasses.
$15   to  $60.00.
Watchmaker and Optician
���Our Stock is Complete;
Here are t no Soap Specials:
',26   31b.   BARS   HOMESTEAD   $4.5C
��� TS  BARS  GOLDEN  WEST for $2.75
j Bell Trading Coe!
X Tills store will be rlosfti  livery Thursday t*
��� lAIUTtttitiu in June, July ntitl August   *   it
��� ��������������������������������*>��������->->���>����������������������������''
mrtlKti AN li (IKAFTINti carefully alien*!
to. Apply
Kllvtir Kiiib Hotel,
Old Curiosity Sliop
If you want to buy or Bell anything,
SO to the Old CurioKlty Shop. A new
line of Japanese OooiIb now on sale
All kinds of Diuucrware lu stock. !'iii
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Ooadsdaile & <��
Next Door to Hank of Commerce.
All Kinds of  Beating Plant".  In  Stock
Victoria St., Nr. Onera House.      Tel. 181.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils ior
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Bout Builtltin will find it to their ad-
vintage to Uhe our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
General Job Work, Chimney Sweep
ing, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean
Ing Stove., etc.
1*1  Eaat Baker St. Phone No. A114
ie mniiiifH'-'turi'ii from tfta nrn *������  tobUOOi fitn-
ri|H'lll!��l   Mllll  rtfrt --H-Alf (MtJI.'ll Jl'N  llllltl,  fllll
BftfOtH ��n'' fool,   a tobMOO you
uiikIiI tO try.
Tobacconist.   Baker Street.
Bool al lat   Party  moots ever]   Friday
nlng ut  *-* [>   in , iti   tne jvi iu-er-s'  Union   Hull
a li areInvited\ any oue allowed to take part ii,
the debates,   r. Austin. Beoretary.
Cor.  VpriKin   4A1.-L.  Ward Streets,
G. R. Gilroy, 11. A. Perka, Coleman;
Ur. L.n Hou. Procter; VV K. Rose, Ferule; H. M. Prentice. Medicine Hat; .1
H. Stephens, Calgary; \v. Axley, Cole-
man : Mr. and Mrs. A. Cornish. Pense;
D H. Kittlridge, Granby; R. P. Page. J.
F. Church, I Hunter, London; R. S. P.
Smyth, Procter.
Patronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
Best Located Hotel in Nebou
Apattmfintl Elegant.    Culalue Choicest
Civility aud cleaullnuas.
HupurvlHP.1 by proprietor 111..I wile.
\V. IS. Herbert, J S. Robertson. Wlnni*
pes; A. K. Hmi. Montreal; F. S liol-
lon, Totonto; MIsh K Oppenhelmer,
New Orli-uns; Mr. ami Mrs. \V. M.
Boutham, Ottawa; Miss soinlium, Hum
Hum; H. L. Archer. G. London, Min-
neapolls; \V. J. Tretbewe-f, La Plain:
P. !���**>. Piuitjnli.r. Needles: (J. Curtis, J. I).
Clarke, K .1 Simtuh'ti. Vancouver: .T. L.
Rriiiiiack. Kaslo; v. ii. Carpenter, Spo
Miss MacDennis. BpokBfiej Mrs. C. W.
Staples. Baogor, Me.
P. Pence, Devon; J, Price, Liverpool.
W.   LiiliKlands,   West   London;   C.   QUI,
A   r  Snider. Arrowhead; .1. K   Shear
re, Wliilaw;  H. Slrnot. F. 0. Sellurs. J.
Blomlonge,   U.   Poller,   Uevelstoke;    A.
Lang, Scotland.
It Legault, Yinlr; .1. Nicholson. Baaa*
ley; T Wright, C, Morgan, Queen Vic*
tria: M Marinello, summit; T. Mc-
Dowan, W. IS. Dale, Winnipeg; C. S.
Johnston. A. Wilson, Bonningtoni a.
Clayton, Caatlegar; F. v. Blppeaaon, Nu*
ltusp;   A. .1.   Hath. Denver Siding.
.1   I!   Askew. Roseherry;  F. O'Connell.
3 to Consider
24 LOTS, an excellent block. $500.
Easy term&.
5-HOOM HOUSE. Hoover St., splendid
garden, 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.
A. McDonald & Co.
Doiiler-H in maple and fanny OrooorioG.
Butter.   KKKt**-
f Jump nnd Miniii-H' Suppliw*
(3 OLD   CHAIN,   bttWMO   Hoover   ami   Vernon
Btrseti     Ruttsbls rftrug will  tn- \>,<v\ tor itn
return.   McDurmiil A M- IUi.k
A I'KAI I. HiMit'HNT   PIN.   Finder   return   to
tbtsofflos- Reward OS-ma.
I'Alft OK DAKK  IIU'K (lU'HJLKH, un   Baker Ht.
will   flndet   i'n-*t-i   i"'hu* thi-in at the u'uIhiiji'!*
w 111   lliKltir   uIuhhi'luavH tUem al
Buy itOfi SOQ MOSlTS $'< reward.
TWO FIK8T i i.amH HOOMH, ateom beaUid
PIT botuektwutir, Srd fist. K. W. C. block.
s. o.
There will bu a lodKt1
t'thiK ol the
Sons ut Kngland un Tliurtuia} evening
next ut S o'clock sharp In the K. of P.
Council  Meeting.
The regular fortnightly meeting of
the city council will be held in the conn
cil chamber this evening at S o'clock.
List of Inquirers.
Secretary Khbint will hereafter keep
B list of inquirerK for huid posted in
hla office for the Information of members of  the 80,000  Club.
Band  Concert.
The hand concert at the Bake park
yesterday afternoon was again attended
by   a   large  crowd,  which   enjoyed  fresh
air and sweet music for several hours.
Building  Plans.
The building committee of St. Saviour's church will meet in the parish
room this evening at 8:80, to confer
with (J. D. Curtis, architect, who drew
the plans, and Is here from Vancouver
for that   purpose.
Basket   Picnic.
The annual outing of the congregation of St. Saviour's church and members of the Sunday school will be held
to Procter on Thursday. A steamer will
leave the city wharf at i�� a. in. and li
p. m., and will return to the city ahout
8   p.   ui.
Hume School  Meeting,
A meeting of the board of school
trustees of the Hume addition will he
held in the school building this evening
at 8 o'clock. The attendance of the
rate payers is cordially invited as a
number of (luestions of public interest
will be up for discussion and the trustees will be glad to learn the general
opinion on  them. *jfl
20,000   Club.
Since the installation of the secretary of t^e J0.0U0 Club in his new office
on Front street, he hut�� had more callers
in a week than in the three months preceding. The office Is cool, comfortable
and convenient and is being made very
attractive. J. Fred Hume has promised
a number of handsome deer heads for
mural decoration. Other gifts will be
gratefully   accepted.
Bible  Society   Appeal.
Rev. R. J. Bowetl, secretary for British Columbia of the British and Foreign
Bible Society, preached at St. Saviour's
church yesterday morning on the career and purposes of the society, appealing for support. The society publishes bibles, for aid to missionary effort, in every known language, and sup
pile i them ut 40 per cent, of the cost of
production. The balance Is mude by
voluntary subscription. Mr. Bowt-n was
the first  lector of  Dawson City.
Gazette   Notices.
The latest issue of the B. C. Gazette
contain* notice of the appointment of
Mon. \V. .1. Bowser as a member of the
executive council and as attorney general. It also contains the list of dates
for fall sittings of the assize courts.
with the following special reference tu
Nelson: Nelson, October, 1st, li��U7, jury
and criminal. No civil non-Jury cases
will be dealt with at this sitting, as a
special sitting for the trial of the civil
non Jury cases has been fl.vd to be
held at  Nelson on October loth, liM��7.
Amusement Promised.
The Brandon, Man., Dally Sun snys:
"The Pride of New York Co. presented
tin' musical comtidv 'The CJit'l From
'Frisco,' at the opera house last evening to a good sized audience, and those
present wen- exceedingly well pleased.
The play is u mix-up of comedy and
fun. which kept the audience in good
humor from start to finish. Mr. Frank
ilarcourt as the honest' detective made
a hit and had many recalls for his
clever comedy. Special mention might
be made of Mr. Chares Foreman and
Miss Irene Bangford. Their singing wus
of tbe very best; in fact, the singing
of the whole company was good. The
play is well staged and together with
the pretty coslumes of the choruses
and the special Hcenery make It the
very best attraction of this character
lhat has ever played  Brandon."
Jury Disagreed.
San  Francisco, July iJy.���The Jury In
the case of Bonis Glass,  vice  presldenl
of     the     Pacific  Stut.es   Telephone  aud
Telegraph Qompany( charged with brlfr
Ing Supervisor Boxton, was unable to
reach an agreement and was discharged
yesterday. The Jury was out many
The Store of Quality
$2*00 pet Crate
Freah In every morning. An
excellent chance to get your
preaervlng fruit at a moderate
Rob. M. Hood & Co.
K. W. C   Bloak . Phone 10.
T & B
Everybody who uses our coffee
once won't be humbugged with
anything else.    Just try a pound.
We Sell More Coffee
in proportion than any grocery
store In Nelion.. So it MUST
C A. Benedici
Corner Silica  and Josephine 8ts
Flower Horns
For Cylinder
Talking Machines
If you haven't got a flower horn on
your machine you are losinr f.n per cent,
of the pleasure and satisfaction you
might otherwise be deriving from It.
The difference they make CM only be
appreciated by hearing I nine in any
time and let us demonstrate the great
improvement they make m the reproduction*
We have them at $3.50. $3.75, $4.00.
and $4.75 each.
CRANES (for supporting Flower
Horn)   $2.75   each.
W* G. Thomson
Nelson, B. C.
Phuns &���*���
F. II   KunquliT. ul NYuiilrH, Ik ii kiu-s!
ut  the Stnitin'oua.
W. .1. Trothewuy. iniinui;i.|   of lln*  l.a
i' ma mines, iu ut tin* Btntthoona.
J. L. Kt'lulluck urriv.'il "Trum KuhIu
iuHt   iiii-.ln   und   ia   ul   the  Strulli(-t��uu.
VV*. H. Kijkk. M. L. A. fur FaVllla, rutin*
In from Baal Kuuteiiuy luut niglil un
legal  t'llHiness.
Mr***. Most und fuiiilly, ucciinijmnleil
by Alius McCunnun, left lust evening on
u three weeka' vitslt to her home in lie*
<J. IJ. Curtla, of the Him of Honey-
man *i Curtis, architects, of Vancouver,
urrlved lust utKht rrom tin* (Joust and Is
u Kuest ut the Stralhconu. Mr. Curtis,
who was formerly u resident of Nelaon,
Is   liere   to   attend   the  meeting of   thi'
building   committee   of   8t.   Barlour'a
In chumuer session this morning Ills
Honor Judge Porin heurd u long list of
upiillcutlons, the majority fur directions
for uctions.
lu Uuncy vs Black, by conuunt, payment uf money out of court was ordered,
H. A. Taylor, and S S. Taylor, K. C,
In Olllls vs Udgate, H. C. Hull uml
It. M. Macdonald appearing, wltueau
fees were fixed.
The matter of Robaon towuulie, Hunk
of Montreal n. ThoniHon, and lluney
vs. Garrison stand over till next week.
In Pot-reel vs Smith et al, 8. 8. Taylor, K. C, R. W lluunlngton and A. M.
Johnson, appearing, dutes were net for
return of pleudliigs.
In Truvis vs. Dom, Copper Co.. B. 8.
Taylor and R. 8. Lennle appearing, u
smlliur order was made.
The estate or James White wim sworn
at |649, und 8. P. Tuck was appointed
ofllciul administrator.
In McKinnon vs ,s. K. * N. Ry. Co..
S H Taylor und It 8. I.ennle appearing,
directions wen* issued, and also In
liuckworlli vs. 8. P. Ai N.
Ill Lindsey vs. laydgea, application
for increased security for costs wus
grunted  to the. extent  of ��nil.
Prices of Metals.
New York. July mi.���Silver, (lli%r;
copper,  M%c;   lend,   $5.26.
London. July 211.���Silver, 31 10-lfiil;
lend,   ��111  ir.s.
Wliolfhalt- Hiul   Kt-lall Dealer! lu
Fresh and Salted Meats
OampH Hupph.'d on rshorteHt notice and
Lowest price Nothing but  froHh and
wholoNome meat* and HuppleR kept in tttock
Mail orderb nKJttivn careful attention.
E.  C.  TRAVES,   Manager.
Is Remowaed
Its Business Energy
Tulephont* 161,
INELSOIN,     -     13. C
St. Saviour's Sunday School
To Procter
Thursday, August 1st
at 9 a. m. and 2 p. m.
Returning, loaves Procter 7:30 p. m.
Tickets; adults $1.00, Children 50
cents, may be obtained at store of F.
Irvine & Co.
Sherman's Opera House
July HI. Aim. 1.
Tin* vi'ry funny MtmU-ul (!oiiitul> BQOOMa
"The Girl from Frisco"
by lln* 'I'llili* of Nrw Vurk" Oo,
A M iihIoiiI ("mmi'ly In two Ai-tp.    H|u*-
ciuiiy Costumed Ohorua. Qhanx* ot t>in
I'll Thursday night.
Prloei 50c, 70c. and $1.
BuiitH on Hiili' ul Kill In.iTord'u Monday
��Jf  UOlNIJUIliS   In
Valui'H at
���in.oo, |18.00,|SO oo to lao.co
All oim Prion
I   il-kilorm
KODAKS AncLAiiLcgsorte
-���*r������ ������������   (I*'resli Stock Twice a Weeki
This is the season for taking photos of
Kootenay a unrivalled scenery.
TOURISTS,  We can supply you with
anything in the Kodak  line.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd,
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phone  81
*���.   A.   ISAAC
R.   W.  HINTOM-
|t��kirlru| und  .1. .itltirti*  vx-s^ulitl \v Itti   DwMpntch.    *Mhv>��l Matai
WOPfc,   Mining   ��ml    Mill    M.m   hlnwrj.        Munu(ii-.t ur��r�� (l|
Ur��   l^ttr**,   IV.   1^.    Cuntrn-ctupa'   ialnrm.
NELSON,    E3. C,
���'"  hoi 1��
MANUFACTURERS    ��   .._,(..,      Cti.-^faw.
AND DEALERS IN    jLU01Pe*f f   OllingleS,
Uath, Aloul*dlnK���� Doors, Window*,
I'uri-isxJ Wurlc and Hrackctx. Mail Ordera paonptlj atteaWil
VKHNON tJIHIili-I*   -   -   -    -si :t.MOTS, 11. ��.
The Hall Mining and SmelttnJ
Company. Limited.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
VVholetuiia  Mrovlalons),
Produce, ��� l-'rul'U
OoTiirinnnnt i:n�� rv On.' -Pound Hnoka n-inwl w����kly fn��h from I
���iliurn     For adi lv nil IcndinK irrooera.
Offlr* and wurohoawi: I lousum Hluok.   Phone 7B.
Josephine Street.
Nelson. B. C    1
Spring is Here
We have prepared (or this season by passing into stock all *|
requisites for the rancher, Kaicleuer or householder.  Spades.
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Spading Forks, Tree Pruners,
Tree Sprayers, Small Garden Tools, Etc.
Prompt attention  paid to  letter ordera.
J. H. Ashdown Har6vrat6
Company, Limited.
Our fuollltloH for IiiiiiIiik out GulTiuilind Iron Work of ever)
doHcrlpllon in iiuoquallcd In the Kootonnys.
Eve Troughs. Conductor Pipes, Smok* |
Stacks and Furnace Work, etc.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Limited


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