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 LUMB   2.     No.   46.
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PLAYING   DOUBLE   GAME.
IKS FROM PARADE
sags
files Accumulating for Rulers of
fcssla���Daily Plots to Take
Life of Czar.
|r��tock. llussia, July 27.���The din
Brt today handed down sentences
leases ol the men placed on trial
gpliclty In the anil-Jewish attacks
p-Jurlng   the   month   of June,   lHOU.
Bt sentenced u man named De
nftlch   to   eight   years   hard   labor
|i mines and   four  oilier  nieu wen
Hfae terms  of  Imprisonment.   De*
jch   Is  the   notorious  leader  of
; which killed a number of Jews
���P taken their refuge in the rail-
Station   outside   lhe   town,   kllliiiK
Apt SSHous ly w->tni<liiiK anil  malt rt-atlllK
|MO  bom*       \\'ltm*ss.*s   exainileU    1>>
Iburt   established   tin*   laet   that  De*
���jSilSlilWtlcIl  had   murdered  several Jews
Hj> own hands, beating out their
'"[against   a  nick,    Certain  govern
ftclals, accused of complicity In
Itizatlon of tlieh uttacks on the
Which   wus   abundantly   attested
fthe course of the trial, have not
���n Indicted.
|f��tersliurK.   July   27���While   the
was  reviewing  the   troops  en
at   Kransnnyeselo   on   Wodnes-
Semlnovsky regiment refused to
te    In    the    manoeuvres    and
p   the  order   of   pnrade.     They
id     the   retirement   from   their
id  of  General   Helmer.  who  rein   command   .if   the    regiment
neral Mln was assassinated last
who  so   ruthlessly   put down
w uprising in December. 1806
Inniii    was    Immediately    dls-
from   parade   and   lis  barracks
Much   illegal   literature and
wen- found and four soldlerB of
Intent were placed under arrest.
gSthoiln.s are trying to keep Ihu
aecret  because  of  the   disaffi*"*
^Ai exists In the remaining coin
Wednesday   was the  first  time
Hbneial  Itclmcr had been In com
_Bf his  regiment  since  his  return
Hiexnndrin,   where  he   was  after
[ Mln was assassinated. Although
appointed   commander   shortly
���in was killed he did not ussiinie
ad, but  served on  the emperor's
al bodyguard until the unimoslly
In his subordinates hud cooled.
Hanilnovsky    regiment,   after   the
���tin   Moscow,, voted   lo   wipe   out
nfeagraco  in  the blond of (lenernls
and   Iteimer,   who.   Iliey   declared,
���them  to   fire  upon  and   inurdet
*;a��lR:,fBl!ow  citizens.
':������   s|B��tersburg. July 27��� The author
Brill  very   soon   In*  In   a  position,
^'"""j^fesult   of Ihelr   Investlglillon   t"  Is*
��~BBctments in Ihe mutter of the re-
Slot agulnst the life of Bmperor
^p��. It is uow known that women
he leading part in this conspiracy,
Mfctnclpul are Madame Foodosslef.
Bt the well known St. Petersburg
woman called "Comrade
Hkllus Peterovu, who look the most
Jhent    pari    In    Ihe   activities   and
 Succeeded   In   making   her   escape
|Brelgn country;   Dorla  Nlkllenko,
lllred  naval  lleutenani;   Nimunoff, a
1-Slerk:  Meinme. an Inslrunlor In the
Mini     Ivceiim.    and   three     lawyers.
WBUt. Chlnbroff and Zavadsky.
�� mini actually  chosen  to kill  the
pr is KlossovBky. the plan of the
Jators was lo hnve this individual
__JhlB way Into tho presence of the
Hbr while clad in the uniform of a
giant   of   the   Iniperlul  convoy.     The
HtienlH   detail    tho   various   stnite-
���SdHKip'oyed by the plotters to obtain
tbkVJest rod   Information   of   the   habits
*Um Emperor  ami   show  that   osplon-
'|gK this end was conducted in part
HHh the  medium  of the  milkmaids
���applied the royal  kitchens.
.".:.'���-. j,    Ending    Belfast   Strike.
Belfast.  July   2I*��.��� A   compromise has
'', rtertlml In a partlul break or the strike
^���k the  dock  laborers of  this  port,
BEas been going on about a month
r More, and   this   morning   1,000   men
���back to work unloading stuamers.
Hbart drivers are still out.
Nice Girl.
York, July 27.���Laura M. Curler,
oman who betrayed Chester H.
in, the paying teller of tho Wind-
ruBt company, who Itola $90,000.
police, has beer. Indicted Tor
ng 110,000 of tho money from Run-
Russia   Accuses  Japan  of  Duplicity  on
Chinese   Question.
S(. Pelersburg. July 27.���The Novoe
Vremya toduy publishes details of an alleged antl-dynastic movement In Southern China, ascribing It to Japanese Instigators, who, the paper says, aro
busily preparing for Manchil dynasty In
China the same fate which lias Just
overtaken  ihe emperor of Corea.
Continuing lhe paper says that In
contravention to lhe supplementary provisions of Ihe China-Japanese treaty
two years ago, defining the regions
in which foreigners. Including Japanese,
shall be permitted to reside. Japanese
agents have worked their way into the
most remote OOmeri of lhe empire. The
keynote of Japanese Intrigue consists in
assuring the Chinese thai Japan is llieir
protector against the nations of the
West.and at the same time reassuring
the Westerners that Japan Is their vanguard   against   the   Chinese   peril.
The apprehensions of tlie Novoe
Vremya regarding the reopening of the
Far Baa-tern question aro fully shared
In Hussian military circles, where the
steady armament of China and Japan
Is viewed with alarm. This movement
Is regarded as primarily menacing to
the remnant of liusslun possession on
the Pacific.
Fifty Cbnts a Mowtb
SCIENCEJHAKEN
Transmutation of Metals
Accomplished.
ELEMENTS ARE A MYTH
Sir William Ramsay Undertakes to
Demonstrate Chance From One
To Another.
WEEK'S MINING RECORD
Properties  Changing   Hands���Prospects
of   More   Development���
Stock Quotations.
The week has not been marked by
any new diHeov cries In Kootenay prop-
erties but has been notable for the number of reports uf deal* which will lead
to   Immediate   development   work.
The stock market for the past week,
as a result of the holiday season, has
at lust shown a fulling off, with prices
slightly depressed. There were no features in the week's trading, prices remaining, In most instances, almost unchanged.
Alberta Coal & Coke showed a slight
drop from last week's close, but rallied
again and Is now holding firm at a
slight advance.
B. 0. Copper fluctuated only a point
or so throughout, ranging from $ln' i
to $10">,. Consolidated Hmelters sold to
an extent, but declined at the close,
with few buyers in evidence. I ������.minion
Copper advanced on las{ Saturday's
market over $1 a share, but sold off
again during this week, with but little
fluctuation Irom their recent average
price. Diamond Vale Coal became a little stronger, selling a cent or two bvei
last week's close, with more interest
manifested. International Coal remained Arm and unchange dthroughout.
Nicola Coal Mines caused a few inquiries, with but little business offered,
and DO change In price. Kambler Cariboo weakened slightly and are undoubtedly going still lower, in fact, no advance can be looked for before shipments commence.
Sullivan adviinced a point or so until
about the middle of the week when a
slight weakening was noticeable with
each day's trading. Tel-Kwa Mines con
tiuue tlrm, but with little business offered. White Hear was slightly
stronger and In good demnnd at current
quotations. Western Oil caused no Interest and was heavy throughout.
Following are the approximate quotations for the week ending today:
Asked. hid
Alberta  C.   &   C $      .42    $      .46
Alameda 09 W        .10%
11. C  Copper (Close)  .     10.86 10.51)
Bullion     08 .09 H
Cons. Smelters       108.00      116.00
Carlboo-McKinney   ... .04 .06
Can. Ooldfloldl 05 .Oti
Dominion   Copper   ...       6.87tt      <U2tt
Denora  Mines 09 ,10H
Diamond vale 22 .19
49   Creek    04 .06
Oranby      116.00 160.00
International Coal   ...         .90 .94
Nicola  Coal   Mines   ..         .04 .06
North   Star 11 .12tt
Humbler O&HbOO 24 .28
Sullivan     12V4 .13
Tel-Kwa   Mines  .16
White   Hear     04 tt .06
Western Oil <Ord.)   ..      1.75 2.00
Darrow Praises Borah.
Boise, July 27.���Clarence Darrow, In
commenting on Senator Horah's address
In the Haywood trial, said his speech to
the Jury was the finest and lhe wisest
he had ever heard from counsel In a
great murder trial. "Mr, llorah might
have said more without going outside
the record, but it was noticeable thnt
he omitted some things in order to
avoid the slightest tinge of unfairness."
Mr. Darrow also paid tribute to the
conduct of the case throughout.
Prisoners Broke Gaol.
Nynck, N. Y , July 27.���Four prisoners
escaped from the Kocklanil county jail
at New City yesterday. Three were In
jail to await the grand Jury's finding
on charges of larceny, and the other was
serving a sentence of six months for
the same offence. The men pried tho
liars off their cell doors nnd rsriiped
through  the  skyligbts   iu   the  roof.
New Yonf July 27.���A .London despatch to the Times says that Sir William Kamsay has promised to communicate shortly to the chemical society an
account of a discovery which. In the
words of so conservative a scientific
publication as the Lancet, in its number issued yesterday, marks an epoch
in the history of chemical science, since
his investigations have shown that a
given element under the power of radium emanations, undergoes degradation
into another, in short, adds the Lancet,
transformation of elements is actually
a fact accomplished. Reversing the
process sought by the ancient alchemists, who believed thnt there was a substance by means of which the baser
metals could be transmitted into tbe
higher, he has accomplished the
degradation of metals by means of gas
evolved from graduation. Sir William,
iu an Interview, said: "I am engaged
in writing the results of my research
work, which will be published at the
end of August. " The paper will prove
that Sir William has degraded copper
to the first member of the family, namely lithium. In other words, he has
achieved the transmutation of copper.
The Lancet continues: "For aught we
know to the contrary, time may tiki-
mately come in the course of ages
when the metalurgy ot the world will
be degraded to the alkaline metals. It
would apparently, therefore, be seen
that the noble metals are slowly break
-ing down and that gold, platinum, uranium and other elements of high atomic
weight will disappear and their desend-
ants be the commonplace elements.
This would seem to teach that gold and
other metals exhibiting high atomic
weights have after all a complex unstable constitution, the tendency of
which Is to resolve Into simpler substances. These remarkable discoveries
remind us again of the extraordinary
prescience of the ancients and the presentiments of the alchemists, who evidently had some sort of convtctlon that
after all there Is a primary matter from
which all other elements are formed by
various condensations. He Is a hold
man who nowadays confesses skepticism about anything. The world has seen
men who have said It Is Impossible aud
generations who succeeded them who
have seen the impossible come to pass."
London, July 27.���The announcement
thai Sir William Ramsay, the distinguished chemist, had succeeded in de
gi ailing copper, ts likely to reawaken
the discussion of the transmutation of
elements which raged years ago. when
several prominent scientists repudiated
(he transmutation Idea while others
Just ns strongly supported it. Sir Win.
Ramsay himself disclaims ability to
transmute elements but he believes that
the result of his dtflradatlon of copper
will   be   of   far-reaching   lmi>urtance.
APPEAL   TO   ROOSEVELT.
Korean   Delegates   Hope for  Aid   From
Man  With Big  Stick.
London. July 24.���Two members of
tho Korean delegation thnt was refused
recognition by the Hague peace conference. YI Tjyongoul and Prince YI TJ
ying Chi, left Southampton today on
board the steamer Majestic fnr New
York, in an interlvew, YI TJyongoul
said:
"1 shall travel to Washington, where
I hope to see President Rooaevelt. It
Is my Intention to show America that
Japan made Its treaty of November,
1906, without tho consent of the emperor of Korea or the cabinet, and that
Korea never gave up her Independence,
or consented   to  the   protectorate."
The two Koreans propose to visit the
principal cities of the United States
before returning to London. They have
not talked with any government
clals here.
offl-
Civlllzation in Persia.
Rosht, Persia, July 27.���A Russian
subject had a narrow escape from death
here today at the hands of an Infuriated
mob. Tho man Is accused of murdering a Persian. He was being conveyed
through the streets to the court when
the crowd '"urned his Identity aud made
a concerted effort to get him away from
the guards and lynch him. News of the
occurrence came to the Russian consul
who at once hurried to the scene and
olny succeeded In rescuing his countryman from the angry Persians with the
greatest difficulty.
STRUCK     GAS.
Wealth   of   North   Alberta   Town   Only
Limited  by  Imagination.
MAD FOR PEACE
Edmonton, July 27.���Al Morlnvllle, 24
miles north of Kdmonton, great enthusiasm exists on account ol the success
ol the boring operations of the American Canadian OH emu puny. The boring
has been through rich oil shale and at
a depth of 350 feet gas was tapped. A
pipe has been sunk to the depth of 312
feet nnd is being rapidly added to in
order to thoroughly exploit the gas.
Tbe gas is slmlliar to that of the
great Californian oil fields and the probability is that one of the greatest oil
fields In the world has been struck at
Morlnvllle. Every one Is confident In
the future. The only limit put on the
speculations and prophecies Is fixed by
each person's Imaginative ability.
BENTLEY GROUP BONDED
Property on Volcanic Mountain Will Be
Worked���Other   Boundary
Mines Busy.
Grand Forks, July 26.���Captain Bent-
ley has bonded bis group of copper
properties on Volcanic Mountain for a
sum reported to be $35,000 to ait eastern
syndicate. While the exact terms of the
bond have not as yet been made public,
tt ia learned that the new owners will
start development work at once. The
Bentley group Is situated on Vulcanic
Mountain aonie twelve miles up the
North Fork.
The Vancouver syndicate which recently took over the Golden Eagle property on Volcanic Moantain has now
some ten men employed at the mine and
will increase that number as soon as
occasion demands.
The -management of the Oro-Denoro
mine In Summit Camp are making some
extensive improvements at the mine;
among other Important works Is the
buildlag of a two thousand foot tn.in*
way ft��m ibe mine to the ore crusher.
This tramway will cost over 115,000 to
build and tl.i*- work of constructing It
has so far been badly hampered for
want of men. The foreman has been
in Grand Forks for the past few days
and haa been offering to pay $4.ill wages
per day of nine hours work, but even
at this high wages he was unable to secure any men.
Faddists at Hague Are Id
a Rage
ADAMLE8S    EDEN.
Hungarian
Village    Deserted
Adult    Males.'
by    All
NO HALF WAY MEASURE
Charge That Interests of Peace Arc
Steadily Ignored���England Is
Specially Blamed.
NO   FALSE   MODESTY.
Japanese   of   Vancouver   Ask    Special
Post  Office   Facilities.
The Japanese of Vancouver have
made a demand upon the postmaster
general for tbe establishment of an exclusively Japanese poBtofflce In this
city���an office to be manned and served
by Japanese, for the sole use of the
Japanese population of Vancouver and
vicinity.
Not only has this demand been made,
but lo the miuds ot lhe few people in
Vancouver who are aware of the fact
the most astonishing part of the whole
business Is that the post office department appears to be willing to act in
full accordance with tbe Japanese de-
miiinl.
"That the Japanese should seek to
have the taxpayers of Canada pay for
special privileges for them does not as-
timlsli me very much, as I have some
knowledge of their aggressive character,'' said a man who has considerable
business ttl.h the Japanese, but It Is
rather a cause of wonder lhat the post
office department should even consider
sue hu preposlerous request. Why. with
her Immense cosmopolitan population
lhe United States never established
separate post offices or gave special
privileges to any of the various races
which her borders harbor."���Vanvoucer
Province.
For Prevention of Alcoholism.
Stockholm. July 27.���Delegates from
man cytmntrleH have gathered in Stock
holm for tho International conference
for the prevention of alcoholism, which
Is to open tomorrow and remain In session for one week. Tho United States
will be repiosenled at the conference by
a dlegatlnn of six persons, headed by
Dr. Victor A.  Ellsworth, of Boston.
Wireless Station at Point Grey.
Victoria, July 27.���The local government has given an acre and a half at
Point Grey, where Superintendent Don*
tre, for Hie Dominion government, will
establish n wireless station. Doutre has
returned from Pachena and Estnvun
points, where he has made provision for
stations. Tomorrow he will lay out the
work at Point Orey.
To Honor Mrs. McKlniey's Memory.
Canton, Ohio, July 27.���Colonel Holtz
and the provincial staff of the Salvation Army at Cleveland hBvo arranged
to conduct services In memory of Mrs.
Ida Saxton McKlnley In the Canton
cltadol tomorrow night. MrB. McKlnley
was a liberal contributor io the locnl
work of tho army.
Tranquille Chosen.
Tranqullle. nine  miles west  of Kam-
lotips,  bus been  chosen  as  Ihe  site  of
the pnivlnrlul Hunlltirlmn for tuberculosis patients.
The Hague, July 27.���The peace enthusiasts here have declared open war
on the peace conference. They chose
Saturday, which was fixed for the third
plenary cession since the convocation,
five weeks ago, lo begin a public celebration of their wrath.
The Baroness von Suttner, an enthusiastic Austrian lady who shared In a
Nobel peace prize, advertised in the
publlc-Stlon Fo. Internationalism that on
Monday she would deliver a discourse
on "The Report Presented by the Commission Zero." This sarcasm upon the
nebulous reports that the commissions
of the conference have hitherto given
out is more violently reflected In a manifesto of the same paper which says that
the cause of peace has been killed In
the house of its friends, and adds: "We
learn today tbat it will not have even
a first-class funeral. In the public plenary sessions it will be hidden away."
The document, which bases a violent
diatribe on what it calls this fiasco,
blames the British government and its
delegates to The Hague. They are accused of conducting their peace campaign as the last English government
conducted the Transvaal campaign, disregarding all warnings that they would
knock their heads against the wall. It
says: "They have made no propaganda,
and by their silence they have killed
their subject."
The convention adopted Saturday
gives a legal status and protection to
vessels used especially and solely to
render succor to the wounded, sick and
shipwrecked during war. The names of
such vessels must be communicated at
the opening or during the progress of
hostilities to the respective belligerents. When they conform to the rule
sanctioned today they are immune from
capture.
The only reservation of a serious
character came from Great Britain upon
the rule that any belligerent warship
can claim the return of Its sick, wound
ed or shipwrecked from not only hos
pltal ships, hut from commercial ships
of any nationality. England's chief dele
gate in the interest of her commercial
marine declared that this last clause
needed clear definition, otherwise innocent shipping might needlessly be de
tained in voyages, to the owner's loss.
Budapest, July 27.���The lure of the
United States and Canada, as lands of
opportunity and wealth to the people of
Hungary, has brought about a curious
state of affairs in the little village of
Keiisova, near Lugos, that at the last
census had a population of 3,500 souls.
-f One by one the male residents of Keiisova followed the call across the water,
and they emigrated in batches, until
such time aa the mayor was the only
adult male to remain by the village.
Finally, he also succumbed to the reports of good wages and golden chances
In America, sent back by his fellow-.
townsmen, and, packing his trunk, he
made his way to the emigrant ship at
Flume.
As a result of this exodus of males
the women of Kerisova have Just elected a young woman to the position ol
mayor, and other female residents have
been elected to fill the remainder of the
municipal offices. The statutes in Hungary provide that no fema'i shall hold
public office, and, according .**> the letter of the law, the presence oi '-omen
in office is illegal.
Freight Rates Case.
The subcommittee of the board of
trade, appointed to deal with the ques
tlon of existing freight rates, met nt the
office of S. S. Taylor, K. C, HiIb inornitii*
und conferred with him as to the mode
of procedure to be adopted to obtain re
dreys. There were present: Messrs
Starkey. McBrlde, Ooodeve, Jonos.
Chapman, Nelson and lleeston. The first
question that arose was the one al
ready before the commission and awaiting decision, lhat Is the claim of Van
couver that the whole territory from the
Coast to the line from Macleod to Calgary shall be tributary to Vancouver,
or. In other words, that to points In this
d strict rates from Eastern points shall
not be less than rates from the same
points to Vancouver plus the return
rates to the destination. The second
question was that of rates generally
into and throughout Kootenay. On both
mullet- .Mr. Taylor was instructed to
communicate with the commission with
a view of obtaining a hearing at an
early date. The rules of the commls
slon demand that ample notice beglven
to nil parties concerned, bo that several
weeks at least must elapse before a
forninl hearing can he obtained. There
is also a lot of work to be done in preparation of the case, whleh must be kepi
up to dnte at the time of the hearing.
The whole case Is being dealt with by
the iKinrd of trade ub a protest on behalf of the people against the unduly
hluh cost of living, not only In Nelson,
but In Kootenay as a whole.
Bush Fire la Checked.
Vancouver, July 27.���By backbiirnlnK
the brush nnd timber on the east side
of Lynn creek valley, the deputy fire
wardens ilnd the employees of lhe llasl-
lngs Shingle Manufacturing coi.ip.ny,
whose camps nnd 5,000 cords of shingle
bolls were threatened, have succeeded
In cheeking the big bush fire which waa
sweeping the valley yesterday. No loss
Is now  expected  there.
VISITING JOURNALISTS
List    of    Sir    Thomas    Shaughncaay'a
Gueats Who Will Soon  Be
in Nelaon.
The Issue of July llth of the Canad
dian Gazette, published in London, gives
a list of the visiting British Journalists
and the papers they represent, with an
appreciation of the advantages to be derived from the visit, and a suggestion
for a return by Canadian journalists.
The entire article is well worth reading.    It Is as follows:
British journalism and Canada are
about to pay each other high compliments. On the invitation of Sir Thomas
Shaughnessy, president of the Canadian
Pacific Itailway company, one of the
most representative delegations of British editorial writers that have ever left
this country Is about to visit Canada,
touting through the various provinces
to the Pacific coast. The party Is made
up as follows:
Times.��� Mr. Ernest Brain.
Morning Post.���Mr. P. H. Cochrane,
colonial and foreign editor.
Standard.���Mr. A. J. Dawson, the well-
known writer on colonial and other
themes.
Daily Chronicle.���Mc. Harold Begble,
novelist and special correspondent.
Dally News.���Mr. H. W. Smith, subeditor.
Pall Mall Gazette.���Mr. Howard Gray,
chief editorial writer.
Westminster Gazette.���Mr. Kenneth
Barnes, an experienced writer, and a
brother of Mtsg Irene Vanbrugh.
Glasgow    Herald.���Mr. Frank Rtnder.
Scotsman.���Mr.  T. B.  McLachlan.
Western Mail (Cardiff).���Mr. J. A.
Sand brook,  assistant  editor.
Northern Whig (Belfast).���Mr. J. R.
Fisher, editor and manager.
Illustrated London News.���Mr. 8.
Begg, the well-known artist.
The Dally Telegraph will have as its
representative Mr. McHugh, who accompanies Lord Stradbroke's team of artillery riflemen to the Dominion, and
Mr. Fabian Ware, the editor of tbe
Morning Post, and other foremost English Journalists, will also be in Canada
this autumn after the rising of the British parliament. Sir Thomas Shaughnes-
sy's quests leave Liverpool on the Empress of Britain on Friday this week.
They will land at Quebec, and stop at
the leading industrial and agricultural
centres on their way to Vancouver,
where Mr. McBrlde, the prime minister
or British Columbia, will await their ar*
rival with the keenest pleasure. We can
confidently promise our confreres a
most cordial welcome In every part of
Canada and a most Informing trip. It
will bo a fortunate circumstance for
both Canada and Britain If next year we
see a representaive delegation of Canadian editors in this country.
Soldier Shot His Colonel.
TIIHb. July 27.���Colonel Dobrowlsky.
commander of 4ie 2lBt infantry, was
shot and Instantly killed yesterday by
a soldier of his own regiment who Is
an ex-sailor of the mutinous battleship
Svetlllla. The assassin fired three
times from a rifle.
NEW IRISH PARTY
Sinn Fein Declares War
on Nationalists
WANT NO MORE BEGGING
Sir Thomas Esmonde Leads Fightir g
Brigade���Cause Hopeless Except in Wexford.
Dublin, July 27.���The Sicn Fein Society evidently ia preparing for a trial
party in the pending miniature Irish gen-
party In the pending mlnature Irish general election. The resignation of Edward Blake, Irish Nationalist for the
south dlvisioa of Longford, makes the
fourth vacancy, and if the Nationalists
challenge Sir Thomas Henry Grattan
Esmond's contest In North Wexford,
five seats will be vacated. Sir Thomas
had declared himself flatly as a Sinn
Felner. At a big Sinn Fein demonstration, held by his constituency at "Ennis-
corthy, today, a letter from him was
read denouncing parliamentary agitation as worthless, "since England would
never give Home Rule or any other
concession for the asking. Ireland is
no colony; she Is a sovereign nation,
and should give up begging with bated
breath and whimpering humblnuw in
a foreign legislature for the restoration
of her stolen liberties."
At a meeting today of the executive
committee of thelrlsh League at Hanor-
Hamilton, the centre ot Charles J. Do-
lan's constituency, Mr. Dolan's action
In Joining the Sinn Fein Society was
condemned and resolutions were adopted calling upon him to resign hla seat
tn parliament. The prospects of the
Sinn Feiners carrying any constituency,
exoept North Wexford, are remote.
WILL  AMERICA   INTERVENE?
Summer Complaint.
Rio de Janeiro, July 27.���A revolutionary movement has broken out in
one of the Argentine provinces bordering on Brazil. The Brazil government
has sent troops to the frontier In order
to prevent a violation of neutrality.
Tired of American Rule.
Havana, July 27.���Senor Morena del
Mado, a prominent Liberal who participated at last year's revolt, has written
a serious letter, which Is published tn
La l.iieliu. in which he challenges Maso
Parra, once a Spanish ally in planning
to work up the Cuban people and Induce
them to violence against the provisional
government. Part of his object, del
Mado slates, is to show the Washington
government that Cubans wish a speedy
end uf American occupation and a quick
withdrawal of the American representatives.
United States Asked to  Endorse Word
of President Zelaya for Unity.
Washington, July 27.���A guarantee of
some character from the United States
government that President Zelaya of
Nicaragua will keep his treaty agreement, will be demanded by the governments of Costa Rica, Guatemala and
Salvador before they will consent to a
conference for confederation of the Central American republics.
This demand will be made because
President Zelaya broke the treaty of
Amapala, In which the peace ot Central
America was guaranteed, and also because the other governments fear the
power of Zelaya, who Is the strongest
ruler In Central America. With a view
to securing some sort of a guarantee
from this government, Messrs. Calvo.
Toledo and Mejia, the ministers of Costa, Guatemala and Salvador, had a conference yesterday with Acting Secretary
of State Bacon regarding the attitude
of the United States with reference to
the Central American situation. This
conference wbb preceded by a call from
Ambassador Crocl. the representative
of Mexico, which Is deeply Interested
In the conditions tn the southern countries.
What the diplomats wanted to know
particularly Is the business of Senor
Corea, the Nlcaraguan minister and the
minister of foreign affairs of Nicaragua,
and Sedor Don Jose D. Gomez, a special
ambassador of President Zelaya. who
have been In close conference with the
officials of the department of state recently. They were Informed that President Zelaya desires to learn the attitude
of the Uuited 8tates with reference to
his proposal of a confederation of tho
Central American republics before ho
takes further steps to bring about thla
condition.
HUNGARIAN   PATRIOT   DEAD.
Friend of Kossuth and Garibaldi Dies In
Philadelphia.
Philadelphia. July 27.���Colonel Phillips Flglleinsy, Hungarian patriot and
soldier of fortune and friend of Kossuth nnd Garibaldi is dead at his home
in this city. He was born In Budapest
tn 1822 and early In his life became Imbued with the revolutionary spirit. He
served in the Hungarian war of Independence In 1848-49, with General Kossuth In northern Italy In 1869, with
Oeneral Garibaldi In Sicily and Naples
in 1880. In the Italian regular army
In 1881. During the America) Civil
War he served as an addi'louul aldn
de camp In the United Stale-t roi;uia.-
army on the staff of General Fremont
as Inspector general, 1863-6S. For his
services In the United States he was
made consul to British Guinea In 1886.
remaining In office till 1888. While lie
waa making a new record for himself
In Americu, the Austrian government
set a price on his head. TT
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THE CLAIMS  OF THE  WEST.
The Railway Commission, which Is
travailing westward from Winnipeg, will
hear and consider the grievances of
many cities and iowiih in the matter of
the freight rates charged hy the transcontinental railways. If not during the
present visit of the commission, at least
In the very near future. Nelson's case,
the material of which has already heen
collected, will  he  presented.
Chairman Killam. who appears to be
proving a worihy gnooewor of lhe lale
' O. Ttlalr. has Btateil that the lubjebl
mutter of the complaints of which notice lias been given is In the main of
minor Importance and generally of
strictly  local  Interest.
There are, however, two main question of cardinal importance on which a
Judgment cannot long be delayed, anil
which are of vital and far-reaching importance, especially in the West.
It happens tbat in Canada at present
the C. P. It. Is the only transcontinentul
line in actual operation as such, and
therefore practically all the complaints
addressed to the commission refer to
that road. Hut the really Important
matters relate to the general policj
pursued by all railways between the
East and the West, both north and
south of the International border. A decision on them raises very large Issues
It might easily he that rulings, perfectly just In themselves and apparently In
the public Interest, would cripple Canadian lines In competition for transcontinental freight against the roads of the
United  States.
The first question Is the right of railway companies to grant preferential
rates, either through or local, or both,
to cities which they recognize as wholesale centres. In Kurope and In Kasteni
Canada and the Rastern Slates where
the cities preceded the railways distributing   centres   had   already   estab
lished themselves and the railways hail
only to accept them, the question has
hardly been raised. But In the West
Ihe railways have generally antedated
the towns. The management of the
railways may with some color of right
claim to have made the towns. The
question at issue is whether the selection of distributing centres should remain In the discretion of the railway
companies. When a city or town Is
served by but one railway, it is obvious
that the management of that railway
may, bo long as its right to fix rreight
rates is untrammelled, promote or retard the growth of trade of the town,
and In tlie case of two neighbor anil
rival towns, practically decide the issue.
The only way in which lhat power can
be taken from the railway companies
is by a rigid Insistence on the part of
a controlling authority, like the Railway Commission, of absolute equality
of treatment in the matter of freight
rates. Whether the enforcement of bucIi
a policy would entail on the whole, ad*
vantage or disadvantage to the community, can only be decided by the experts or the Railway Commission. The
laBiie may be raised lu concrete form
at a very early date, as the applicants,
usually bourds of trade, Beek rather
concessions for their own towns thun
declarations   on   general   principles.
The other Issue has. so far as we
know, never yet been definitely raised.
It is the right of the railways, hy differentia] rights, to favor Eastern at the
expense of Western shippers. Iloth In
Canada and in the United States the
Bait Is exploiting Ihe WeBt with the
help of the transcontinental lines. In
fact. It seems to have been the accepted
theory in both countries, among the
more populous communities of the Eastern provinces and states, that the function of the WcBterners Is to grow grain
and cattle, and produce minerals, and
afford wealth to those engaged In Buch
pursuits that they may be the better
customer! for goods manufactured In
the East. In theory tiie WeBt should
remain a land of permanently high
prices, shipping out its products for lhe
benelit of the East, and paying high
freight rates on goods which must bo
bought and transported  from the East.
That has been and still Is the chlor
cauHo of the relatively high cost of living In the West, which has necessitated
high wages whose purchasing power is
not what It Bbould be, and has proven
a serious handicap to Western industries, especially manufactures The cost
of production of any article in the West
is considerably higher than In the East
anil higher than there is any good reason for.
It is unfortunate tbat there is not a
provincial board of trade to take up
tills question. In Canada. Hritish Columbia, being the farthest west, is the
chief sufferer for the benefit of the
Bait Kootenay and the Coast have
t-onflictiiig claims to present on some
questions, but on this, tlie most vital
or all, the people of the whole province
should make common cause to protest
against the continuance of a system
which has outlived any justification It
may ever have had.
EDITORIAL COMMENT.
It is stated by many who are in sympathy with the Western Federation of
Miners and with the defence of their
chieT executive officers who are now on
trial tor conspiracy to murder, that the
Associated Press reports of the trial.
and especially of the address of Clarence Darrow, are unfair to the defence.
The statement is based on Information
received from Boise. Comment on Mr,
Darrow's appeal was, of course, based
on the only report of it available at the
time. However the jury's decision will
soon be given, and in the meantime fur
ther  comment is  unnecessary.
The firBt number of "The Empire"
of Prince Rupert, published July 20th
is to hand.John Houston is proprietor,
business manager, editor and reporter.
As might have been expected The Empire is unmistakeably independent In
poliiles,religion and philosophy. It is
a very readable paper and will no doubt
be preserved by all who intend to make
the prospective northern terminal their
abiding place, as it contains a full list
of all the present residents, and an account of the settlement as It fs. The
advertising patronage of the flrst number Is limited to two land notices, of
"Awaya. Ikeda. and Company," and
"Archlda Ikeda." but no doubt the
citizens of Prince Rupert will soon rally,
as they should, to the support of their
flrst paper. In explaining how the juvenile census was obtained the editor of
The Empire describes his reporter as "a
timid and bashful old man," a description which will hardly be recognized by
old acquaintances of the reporter. The
Empire Is a welcome addition to British
Columbia's list of newspapers.
FOR   SALE
480 acres on Kootenay Lake, between
Bairour and Coffee Creek; |12.50
per acre.
Geo. G. McLAREN
Baker St., Opposite Queen's Hotel.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frott,
Foci A, Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICE:
N. E. cor. Baker   and   Ward   Sti.
Corporation of the City of Trail.
Applications will be received by tlie undersigned for tbe poultinm o( city clerk, assessor,
nnd chief of police (combloed), of Trail, or ftp*
pllnatloni will be received for an*Mor and city
clerk only, and clitef of police only. Appllcauti
to Hate age and experience. All applications
mint be In before tbe 27th Instant.
W.J. nKVITT,
City Clerk,  Aaaeeaor,   Collector,   I nan-actor of
Health and Premises. Inspector of Licensee,
Provincial Constable, Chief of Police, etc.
For Sale Cheap
BOILER
One 60-Inch diameter, by 16ft. 8ln.
long, underfired, return multi-tubular
boiler, in fair condition. Eighty-two
2%-ln. tubes, 2 1-3x2 1-6 In. steam
dome. Boiler is good for testing to ISO
lbs. per square Inch, and a working pros-
sure of 80 to 90 lbs. Mountings consist
of safety valve, stop valve, water
gauges, try cocks, sludge cock and
check valve, set of Are bars and bearers.
EIN CHINE
One Sin. diameter x Mln. stroke, high
pressure, variable cut off expansion,
valve engine with governor. Fly wheel
and belt pulley are those not originally
supplied with tbe engine but are suitable for ordinary requirement. Engine
has been used to drive electric light
at the smelter and Is in good condition.
FBBD  HEATER
One vortical multi-tubular exhaust
steam heated feed-water heater, 4 ft.
high, lO^iln. 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 Mining & Smelting Co.. Ltd.
NELSON, B. C.
REVIEW SEASON'S WORK
Salvation Army Officials Satisfied With
Results  to   Date   of   Colonization.
Winnipeg. July 27.���No more large
parties of Immtgroata went out by tha
Salvation Army will arrive In the West
this season. This, however, does not
signify that no more Immifranta in
charge of the army will arose the Atlantic this year, as many of those who
are to take up their residence In the
West and who are to arrive in the
course of the next two months will be
those who have been procured by the
army agents, in the old country.
Major Creighton, who is In charge
of the army Immigration work in the
west is especially pleased with tho results of the work this year. All available boats which could at all be secured, were brought into service by the
army and to their efforts in their colonization schemes is due the fact that
many thousands of the most desirable
class of industrious settlers have found
their way to the west and have taken
up the settlement of lands in the Western provinces. Major Creighton is taking precaution to warn agents against
sending out artlzan labor as the chances
for obtaining lucrative positions in these
branches of work are not so easily obtained as earlier in the season The
opportunities for engaging In farm
work are however, as great as ever, and
the demand will be much greater when
the harvest opens. A number of army
immigrants will arrive on the next boat
which arrives, although Lhe steamer
is not one of those which has been especially chartered.
Piano  and Singing Lessons
Given  by  Mrs.  Winter   Every  Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds cen iflcate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certificate from Trinity
College, London, Eng , for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conservatoire of Music for singing and piano
playing. Address Box 796. NeUon.
For Sale
50 ft. Let and Cabin on Mill St., $275.00
16 ft. Lota on Irmis St. for $450.00
6% 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,
Weit Baker Street NELSON, B. C.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Nelaon Lsnd inmlrt.   Diatrict ol Went Kootenay.
Take notice thnt William Andrew Kom, nt
Fernle. B ('..hotel keeper. Intend! to apply for
a special timber licence uver the following den
crtbed lands:
No. 1 ��� Commencing at a post planted about
throe milt- north of the International ooundary
line, and about eight piilai weat of the Kootenay
river, and about two mllea north ot the nortn-
west corner ol timber licence No. B037, thence
north 80 ehatna, then-** <��aat 80 chains, thence
���mitii u I'lioini, thence weat 80 chains to point
of commencement, aud -Toutalnlug 640 acrea,
more or less.
Located Uth .lime 19<r7.
No. 2.��� Commencing at a poat planted at th
koii ih"-*-*.���> t corner of William A Knaa'a No. 1 claim
and about two miles north ot the N. W corner
of timber licence No. no.1.', thence north BO
chain*, thence went 80 chain*, tbence aouth 80
cbalna, thence eaat 80 cbalna to the point of commencement, and contaiuing 640 acrea, more or
leia.
Located 12th June, 1907.
No. 3.���Commencing at a poet planted near
Bridge creek, about oue mile eaat of the north
cast cornerof William A. Roaa'a No. t claim,
aud about five mllea north of the international
boundary Hue, theoce north SO chaina, thence
west 80 chaina, thence aouth SO chains, thence
eaat 80 chaina to the point of commencement,
aud containing 640 ootoa, more or Iom.
Located Uth June, HW7.
No. 4.���Commencing al a poat planted near
bridge creek at tne aoutheaat corner of William
A. him.v No 8 claim, thence north 80 ehalni,
thence eaat 80 chains, tbence aouth 80 chaina,
tbence weat 80 chalua to the point of commencement, anrl containing 640 acrea, mure or leaa.
Looated 13th June, i-an.
No. ft.--Com menelng at a poat planted near
Bridge creek, at the southeast corner of William
A. Koaa' No. 3 claim, thence aoulh 80 chaiua,
theoce weit 80 ciialna, thence north 80 chaina,
thence eaat 80 chain* to the point of commence
meut, and containing 640 -acrea, mere or leaa.
Located Utb June,7tt)7.
No. 6.���Commencing at a poat planted near
Bridge creek, at the aoutheaat corner of WlllfHm
A. Koaa' No. 3 claim, thence aouth 80 chaina,
thence SSSt 80 rim nix, thence n rth 80 chain*--,
tbeuee west 80 chains to tbe point of commencement, and containing 640 acrea, more or lesa.
Located Villi June, l\MfJ.
No. 7.���Commencing at o poat planted about
one mile aoutb of the so uth eaat corner of William
A Kohs' No. 6 claim and about two mllen nortli
of tbe International boundary line, tbence north
80 cbalna, tbence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chaina, thence earn 80 chaina to the point of
commencement, and containing 040 acres, moru
or leaa.
Located the 12th of June  1907.
No. 8, 'Commencing ata poat planted at the
Hornbeam corner of William A. Boaa' Nu. 7 claim,
thence north hi chains, thence east 80 chains,
thenoe aouth HO ohalns, thenco weat 80 chains to
point of commencement, aad containing 640
acres, more or less.
Located the 12th day of June, 1907.
Dated this 6th day of July. 1907.
William ani.hhw hohh
Notice la hereby given that 60 dura after date I
Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands aud M'orka for permission to purchase
the following described landa, situated In West
Kooteuay district: Commencing at a post marked by uame as initial poat of the Aouth Fork
branch, ono hundred feet from the Junction of
Lost creek with the south fork; thence one-
i|Uarter mllo to the northweat corner post, thenc*)
one mile to the nortbeait rorner post, tbenee
one i| uarler mile to the southeast corner posl ,
theuee one mile to the pUoe of commencement
June77, 1907 Located by Wn, Connolly.
Notice la hereby given that *�� flays after date 1
Intend tn make application to the Honorable the
Chief Commissioner of Landa and Works, Victoria, B. C , f >r a spuria) licence to cut timber on
the following fleserlbed landa In West Kootenay
district*. Commencing at a post situated on
Blueberry creek, nhoMtlnur miles from Ita mouth
and adjoining the N. \Y. corner of my application No. 1, thence koii th 80 ehalna, thence west
80 cbalus, thence north 80 chaina, tbenue eaal SO
chains lo point of eoinmencement.
Dated May 19th, 1907. K. . W Kobinsow.
FRED IRVIINE ���& CO'Y
Bargains in
Embroidery
Wash Belts
100 Doz. Fancy White Wash Belts
W8S9B1W! 25c EaciT
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Kelaan urn DlatrUt   Dwirlet ot Went k 00 tenof*
Take notice Unit UU Haiti And-ew ' oss, of
Fertile, H c ho el keeper, lntenda to apply ior a
special Umber liceiue oier the following described lauda:
No 1 Commencing al a pCMt planted alarm
80 chaina Mat of tb* ht-rttieaal corner of limber
licence Kb. HWt, and abonl Wi chain* north >*���( the
northern bonne an of Umber Iteaoo* Nu HfJt.
and atxMil ID mllea wen nl th" Koolenay river,
anrl about two and  a ball all�� uorth of tbl JU-
ternatlouaj bouu^ary lln*. m tba Diatrlei w
WealKooienajr, tbonoa aonthWcbaUUi thenoe
west 80 chain*!-, thence norlh N> chain**, thenc*.*
c*kt 8i)eb��lu<* to the point Of commencement,
cnntaluilig MD acres, rao.e ur less.
Loea't'd   -Hli Julie. 1>7.
No 2. Commencing rl a POel planted at the
nortbeaat corn vptW Illiam a Koaa'aNo l claim
and tlMHH ��'lits loiie 1 ��H ill nl 1 In- iMUlheril taiUtid-
try of umber he h**.* - " nm thoi.ee south *>
chtilni. theii'-r  eaatftd -than*,   tbenoe  norlh  8n
chains, Ihenei   aeetio ibalua to ihe point of
cotnioeilc-i metit. and ���miulu-i MO aires, more or
le*>��.
LotoUd M h ol June, ma
William ANi'RBW Komi.
Dated this 6tta of   a 7, UM1
Nelsou Uu'i UisUiui biatrial of West ffooiwinj-
Take man e that George Alexander, of Kaslo,
B C, luUl.dj to a(Jt.l)* for a IpOClnl timber
11 fence over lhe tollowinir described lan-ia:
* Miiiiiifii- iiik at a post planted at the northweat
corner ol Keetlon 1'2, township?, Kootenay district, being lii-nnt one-third of a mile aouth of
the south boundary line of the Indian reserve;
tbeuee south about 35 chains to the easterly
bank of Kooteuay river; thence southeaHU*rly
bIoiik Kooteuay river bank about 60 cbalus to
tbe south boundary of Section UL Township 7;
thence easterly about bo chains to the uorthwest
- i.rn.-r ,*( I...1 -M, Iheuce north 80 chains ftloOJ
the treat boundary of lx��t HX] thence west��o
haiTis to the point of commencement, and con
taluliiK *'"' acres, more or less
I'at.   I July 4. 1907.
Ubokuk .u.n.*.'i,ih.
Nelson I ami District.  District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that Kvan McClelland Fraaer, of
Kerule, B* C , clerk, Intends toapply for a special
licence   over   the   following    1 fear rlbed   lands.
Cummeuciiitr at a |...��t planted about seven
miles went of the Kooteuay river, and about one
mile nor'h of the International boundary line,
ami Mln)**.; one ami atjiiarter uorth-easiwrly from
the north east corner of timber licence No. NU67,
thence south no chains, ihenee weat 80 chains,
theme norlh SO chains, thence east Mi chains to
point of eoinmeneement, and containing ivto
acrea, more or less.
Looated lith, of June. 1907.
>���     t v   M, 1   ; v.i ' *������   PllAftEa.
Hated this 8th of July, 1907.
Take notice that c. C. ('lark, ot Nelaou. B. C,
saloon keeper, mtcmU to apply for a apeclal timber licence over the fallowing described laud:
CommenclnK at a p. mi planusl on Mora log
Mountain, about one mile west of Hmtiter ��� reek,
and adlolutug f. C Clark's location for limber
licence No 1, and alnnit one mile smith ol Nelson, thence west NO chains, thenee south HO
chains, thence east HO chains, thetiew north 80
chains 10 plaoe of beginning.
Daled July ICtb, 1907 0. 0, ('lark,
lu vii- Hooth, Agent
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kooteuay
Take notice that Krank Flanagan. A H Klder,
and K. W. Smith, of Hpokane, Wash., occupation
ranchers. Intend to apply for a special timber
licence over the following de-scrlbed lauds:
Coinmenclug ��*> a post planted al the sotitheaat
corner, about all mllea from tbe Koolenay river,
on the weal side, tbeuee north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chaina, thence
east 8u chaina to point ot commencement, and
containing -MO acrea, more or leaa.
hat -M July 13th, 1907. Frank Flahaoam.
A   H. KI.OIR,
K   W. KmITH, Agent for Appllr-anta.
Nelaon l.aii-l District.   District of West Kootenay
Take notjee that Frank Flanagan, A s Klder,
and K. W. Hmlth, Hpokane, Wash , occupation
ranchers. Intend to apply for a apeclal umr.er
licence over ihe following deacribed landa:
Commencing at a |>oat planted one mile norlh
ami one mile eaat nf poat No I. which poat Is
about six miles from the Kooteuay river, ou the
weat tide, thence north 80 chains, thence wesl 80
chalua, tbence south 80 chains, thence ea��t 80
chains to point of commencement, and contaln-
Iuk 640 acres, more or leaa.
Dated July nth. vnr;. Ihank FLanaoak,
A. a   Ki.i.ik,
K   W. smith, Agent for Applicant*.
Nelson Lend District.   District of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that K W. Hmitb, Frank Han a
gan, aud A. H. Klder, of Hpokane, Wash., occupation ranchers, intend lo apply for a special
timber licence over the following deacrlbcd
landa: Comnienemg at a poat planted at the
southweat coruer, attout eight miles from tbe
Kootenav river, on the weat side, and about
three mites north of the international boundary
Hue, on the west batik '���( Hrldg creek, on the
north fork, thenee north 80 chalua. tneuce eaat
HO chains, thence south no ehaius, tbence weat 80
chains to polnl of commencement, and containing Mi 1 acres, nioie or leaa.
Daled July I'D,, 1907. K. W  Hmiiii.
Frank Fla*nauan,
A. II   F.UigR,
K. W. HniTH. Agent.
Nelson Land District    Dlatricl of Weat Kootenay
'lake notice that K W. Hmlth, Frank Flana
gan. and A H Klder. of Hpokane, Wash , occu
pation ranchers, intend to apply for a apeclal
Umber licence over the following described
lands: Commencing ata post planted at the
southeaNt corner, aoout eight mllea from the
Kootenay river, on the weat aide, and about
throe miles north of the International boundary
llni', on the weat bank of Hrldg creek, ou the
north fork, thence north 80 chains, thence weat
hu chains, Ihenee south 80 chains, thence easl HO
i-haliiN to point of commencement, and coiiUtln-
lnu MM inn s, more or leaa.
Dated July 19th, 1907. K. W. Smith,
Frank Klanauan,
A. S. Auiaa,
K. W. HNIIII, Agent.
Take notice lhat 30 days alter date 1 Intend to
spply to thu Hon the ChM Commissioner of
I .tun Is and Workf, Victoria, (or j>ermlaslou to
cut and carry awav thither from the following
described land, in Weat Knobnay:
No, 1. Commencing at a iioat planted at the
southweat corner of timber license 854*8, thence
west 80 cbalna. tbence aouth 80 chains, theuco
east 80 chalua, thence nortb 80 chaina to place of
commencement.
Haled May Ul, 1907.        J. T. Hum,Mm. Locator.
J W   C01.HUKN, Agent.
No. 2.    Commencing  al   a post planted at the
hou theaat corner of application No. 1, ilicin mi
HO chaina, thence uorlh 80 chains, thenee west 80
chains, thence aoutb 80 cbalna lo place of commencement-
Dated May 31,1907.       J   T. BtmOM, locator,
J. W. coi.m.HN, Agent.
Nelaon Land DlatrH't. Diatrict of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that Paul August I'aulaon, or Kitchener, H. C, occupation lumberman. Intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the following descrllted lauda: < ommencing at a poat
pbinted at the aoutbweat corner of surveyed lot
7221-fl. 1, tbence east to chaina, thence north 80
ei. 111 ns, ih. nee cast t<i f c southeast corner o| said
lot, thenee north to thu northcaat coruer of aald
lot, ihenee eaat te Die weat boundary of pre omp
Hon No. b92, thenee south to lhe north boundary
of limber licence No. HM8, thenco wesl along
said north boundary to the northwest cornerof
said licence, thence south to the north boundary
of timber licence No 7018 iheuce weat to a (mint
due soutli of commencement, thunce north to
point 01 commencement, and coutalulng 040
si'P'H, morn or leaa.
Dated July 2nd, VAfj.   Paul Avoubt I'adijion.
Nelson I-and DlatrlcL DUtrlct of West Kootenav
Take notice shat Paul August Paulsen, of Kitchener, B. C, occupation lumberman, lntendi
toapply fur a special llmWr llci-nce over tbe following described lands : 1 ..m im-n- ��� i.�� at a post
planted at the ton thwest corner of sur'eye.1 un
raSl-G 1 UMUOI aonth to the northern boundary
of timber lloence No���70IH. iheuce west to the
norlhwest corner of said tlmt-er licence, thenee
south to lhe northern iaiuudary of lot HU thi-n.-e
following aald boundary, of I*id lot wett lo the
right of-way of the British Columbia Houtbein
Hallway, iheuce following s��bl right-of-way in a
north easterly direction to place of commencement, aud contalnltir 6UI acres, more or leas
Dated July^nd, 191/1.    Paci. Aiorrr Pai Lao*.
Notice Is hereby given that 80 days after dale I
intend to applv u> the Honorable the Chlel Commissioner of I an*!- and Works for a swelal
license tO cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands in Weal Kooteuay dls
trlctl
No 1 Coinmenclug at a p��Mit marked William
Waimtfcy. planted at K ok a nee Cieek Hiding on
the Prm ter eiteuafon, on tbe weat side orient
���U, on the south side of ihe Weet Arm of Kootenay lake, cuuiincm-tng at the N K comer |>ost
runtniix M>uth HO chains, westBU chains, north Hu
chain-, east Ho chains to place of beginning.
l..�� Ht'-.l 3rd June, 1807.
William Walmslmy, i..,-*,:*.,*���
Jams-.   Hrm. u 1,  m- Agent
LAND NOTICES.
Notice la hereby given that ��0 days alter dale, I
Wteud to apply ui the Hon. Chlel Cotamissloner
ol 1 ��--.n and Works for permlealun lopurchaa*
the following described laud lu Weal EiMitenay
district, on west ahore ol l-.wer Arrow Laka
adjoining I-m No 4lH8, on the autith : Beginning
at a post marked "Harry McLeod'e N.K corner
Posl and riant.'d on the shore of Lower Arrow
Laka. at the aoutheaat cornet of Capt Foatand's
��� <*M*. thence west �� cbalus, thence aoutb X
chalua more or leaa u> the north boundary of K
Fullmore'a P. k , thenc* A- chaina east aloug lb-
aald boundary to lake, thence north along tbe
take shore A> chaina, more or leaa to point of
commencement.
May 2nd, 1907. j   i>. Hnnrg.
__^ Agent for Harry MeLeod.
Nelaou Land Dlatrlet. Dlalrlctof Weat Kootenay
Take noticfi thatt.eorae Kufu- carter of Hinlar
occupation, brldgeman. Intends to apply for p��r
mission to purchaae the following deeerlbOd
laud Commencing at post planted at tbe north
west corner of B. Ross'application lo purchaae
marked H W., thence nortli ��0 chains, thenc-
���ast ��) chalua, tin m. aoulh 20 chaina to A
( urry ��� preemption, theuea west a> chains
thenre south 20 chains, thence west Ml chains to
place of - ..inm.-i.. .-nifiii containing Ui -urea
uiore or leas.
Dated July 12, 1907        Otnaue Birre c 4 area
  W. J  8-nrTT, Agent
Halloa Und Dlslrici. District of West Kootenay
Take n.itlee that OOOm Hturin. of Millings.
Montana. V K. A., occupation, merchant, Tn
ends to apply tor permission to pun-base the
following   described   land     OOmawdBfl
cbalna, tbencu  weat  40 chains   "������   *"���
r ���-C-'si'M0* ������-"<���?�� ,7 '
Nelson Laud Histrict.  DUtrlct ol Wenfo
Brlllsli ColumbU*., ocrup.ii,,,, HS Si
spplj lor |...rmts.|.ili to jiiir*!,..,. ,., 7"
.1. ������ nu .1 l.Ti'l. :    Coram**!]**!-,. ,i , - *-"
OB the north l,��i,k o/ U��t ,r<A ttTSfa
milt, e.su-rl,   from   tbr  )iir,nl���o tfB,
.ii.l Halmou river. In  lb. N��1h>0 Bant
tbenoe north eucb.lus,  tbsnrr �������.
tnence south 80 rosins, tbence west ��,i\l
polut ol commencement,   .n.l   cosuu.l
seres, mora or leu. ���.uiuii
U��u>a June Mb. 1907. run UcttaA
Hon CblefCommUsloner ol UM,*9*,'J
���> Icuiri., B f . lo purchue lbs hUml
scribed l.u4. sllu.led In Ibe W..I EiZJ
trlct: t:oumenclng .t . t,��M| di.di^ ��I
weal aide of Koolensr l.sr ni, iSj'
point, snd m.r.ed J. MrKlnnon't ,tn
f*oet. tbeuee west W chslaa. ihrs.. ui,
(li.lns. tbence cut Mich.lb. mnr, o, wV.
shore. lheur�� .lou. Iske tbiir.iotnl.tda
mencemcut. i~.,s.
I)sle.l April ��. IW7. Hi,,.. I I KtlB
N.Uun Uud nutrlrl.  Duirlctof Inu
T.kc  notloe tli.l  Kdward KrsssrefL���
M**ril*.i...   C. H  A .  occupation   s*wl *mw1
lends to .pnljr  for  permlHlon  u. eor-fe.]
lollowln.   Jearrlbw]  lend:    i amammi
I>osl pl.uted on   tbe west  sh.,r. ol t'ssei
��� h.n (I .rlboo) lute, and .1 tl,. ,.. ,,, ,��.���
ol   tail .in. tbence wral JU cbsln,. EasM
"i* t sin,   tbence east JO,-lisln.. **,..r .
chains, thence ras' *0 chains, mnr.erkm.ls
weat short*  ol  I'pper   WhaUbao (ParlW. si
Ihentw  uortherlv  aud   wcalerlr sloac ma
shore m chatus, more or lesa. loseist.sh
ntencement.  and  containing uo .ma aa*2
I���-
Mar ����th. i��n.
Kdw.u rum
IJ *OKfl. MTU BM.
Nelson Und DUtrlct.   I.l.lrlcl ol *��>snCooteTiaT
T.kc ii���ti,*e n���,i  Walter   McNeil, .,1 HUH,,..
Montana. II. H. A.. .��*.*���*p,������n mrr. h.ut. I     . "li
M .ppi, ior parauaion ���, ,,������.,,.��� ���,,.   ,n,' ��'
ing UMM-Md Und : I oiomcncln, .1 . p,���, ,,\\, "
e.l on Ihe west shore ol BpniJ H |,.i���,,,', ,, ��r,i-- ,
��� kc. and .1 the north',',.., ,������������.', {,","aV
hence mil chains, ihenee norlh no ,* ,��� "*
?, J?*iW 5 '���''���"'��, ��ben.e��iithNi,*h.lu. ul
icJc0.*. :'���r'-,oDr'?ei,.'"'*,ra,?m'   " ��-'".*��   l��
May wth, IW Walt.. Mck.il.
1, the ilodcrslgned, after 60 dars intan.l ,�� ..
h&g^&vBL ���ass, Ss
Ucato,* March Mth. 1M7. W. A. Mll.u
^""'.'������'"[IwrmlaaloBto  purrhaae   the*V..i
..I".  .hen" ���:' o-gA, 'wJi.T.-n', ft1-. .","���
���>"Ulb,  Ihenee M  chalua "���*   &�� '!���'*""
Dated the and day of May, lgo7
1'   '   '     ti. KAI'gtMgR, Agent.
Hlitjr daya *ft.j date I ourpr>M Bttiu s
Cation     tO   thf     HoU        th.-   I    ���:!���?...:*!--,   ���>
I �����>-ii and Wurka for permlss'on u>Mitle4
following   drecrib-rd   land     < ..mmiEf;M if
post    pU'-t-d    at   tbr    norlbf-stt cstatr t!l*
-ktuurr'a    application    to    purrhsw   mrf
"R o*s. H. w q,,*,... poat" Ifceoca loiieml
eastern  buunderjr of said  ��i;  : iimij*
soutb. thence   running m rhs:in out  :������',
chaina nortb to ih�� aouthcin i-.uu-Jsm a
HannlngU>u's -sppJlcation to p-.rebaat.ur"
chalua woat alone aame to \    u\,.t  .at
*-m r,i. - .witsiniiig Mo ax to. mora or law
I ��a ted 2nd day of Mmf, inn
miamAi IA-
  per T. O   Var-gnia. Aim
Hiatj/ davs after date l intend to t?|>;,*ij
Hon   chief Commlaaloner <A Uaejutvi
lor  p*-rmlss|on tu  purcbaaa   tbe  loU*slw<l
scrlIHd  land   in   Weet Kmiuuo <ii*inn   ��
mcncljg   at a poat marked A C 811*'*"
uorner   post,   punning  40 cbalm easwrlt *
lhe boundary of Timber Unonea NalMl.f
southerly  M) cbaiua.   then. ������>.���-.:. r,j��- J
id. i,.*>    uorlharly M ehalna  aleoi IMCI
track to the nlacw ol commeocenaal, tsar"
two hutidrc-d acrwa, more ur i. ��*������*
l*����i"i thla Vtb -lay ol May, ; ���''
A C Hi tt Ii
Notice la hereby given tbat an da...**.. ^  .   ���
��^s-h-*;:��:*s
ard M.r, 1!WJ. ��,.,,,��� M,:U,u ,���..��,
 WILLIAM Ha.h.,|t��. Agent.
l^.t��^iUyith,      TLM.���HAM.
Nelson U���d Dl.tr.ct DUtrlct of W��71^^7,
...1ke, ���>""��. Ibat Kdward I'eters of Yml, H.���
BIT    ol,"E'*"t*,'":''"l'��""". ml"."     lend.'io"r.'i:
cieek, thenco eaat lollowlM sild crceTt,, ,,o oi
Dated Juno Mh, lmn Kbwa.d vmaa
Nelson UtoTTiTstrlct. TluffUn,,/ West Kootoniir
rSfi-^^'-**.iw��
���SiraBBMti
.J...M*<iS0.c'r;,;.mor.o7e'1
Dated June 6ih, 1907.
'onFnunt,
cornar   ti.��,,,.',*,' ..������;~-iii"   Z^V*   'ameron's H. W.
corner, tbeuee eaat 40 chalua, thuuoe norlh 40
Ni.ti., la harapy given thai o-1 dajaaJaVJ
lutend loapplv m Ue Honorable UeCkM
misalouar  of Landa  and   Worka for VttM
U> purrhaae the follnwlng dew-ribed ltni.tr
Id   Weat  Koolenay  dlatrlet     < otunrtadW
post plant d at the  weet boundar-f  ���".-*���
and about lu chaina aouth ot the sou
Ol   tin*   right of way   ul   the   H   <.e"Btl
way,  and  marked   P.   A    l"s .���-v.-u:
tbenee weal In- < Uatlis. thru. < :.   '-.I. ���Ui**
l��oiindary of the right��f way ol fl CW
railway, thaoce following aald umnisfr*
right of way In an eaaierly d*t. ��� n-i. *������������'-'
boundary nf l^>i SflJ Ul. tbence aotilb Is
coinrneueemant.  containing   loo acna,
less ^
Hated tbla Utb day ol June, HOT.
PiUL AueiTi Ti
Notice, ia hereby given that aimty ion*
date I intend to apply to the HuDonWtw
Commissioner of Lauda and Worn torF*
si.in to purchaae the following oomtvm ��
land, alluated In Waal Kootenar dutrtd
tnviicing at a post planted ed BuianB*
abonl one-half mile northwest fnua ton*O
edJ.I Mel/a N K. coruer. itoenca esil ���*
thence aouth 40 cbalna, theme *e��i*>(t
tlieni-.- north 40 cbalna to place uf r"*"
ment.
ard May, 1W7. loaa fl. Pob
William Biaaoi-a, a
Take notice lhat Harry Williams nt*
H C., rancher, lntenda to applr for atr*
to purchaae tbe lollowlng deacrlbad 1*
���Aesi Kootenay dlatrlet: lfc,
Commencing at a poet planted artlaroi"
aoutheast corner of Lot all thousand MWI
red and elghly-flve ttttO), (Irouiionr lH"'
dlatricl, thence aoutb twenty (A)) rbala**
west one hundred end alilv (!��') ehalni. I
north twenty (*��) chaina. thenre easl aptW
red aud ality (i*i) cbalna to IhapoW*
tfieiicemerit and containing rJO arrtl. *
leaa,
baled the 1Mb day of May, i*r>       ���,,���
1, the undrrslgusd, after ��> da*s uitto'
ply to the Hon Ihr-Tlilaf rommlMiiinarof.
and Works   for   permission   to   pmrtis"
lowing  deacribed   land:   Oommrm-ing a����
marked N   K. v,, situated on  tbaOMom
nooan lake, about twenty miles (run mam
Ibence weal 40 chaina,  tnence south w
thetiee eaat 40 cbalna,  tbence north ai
shore of  lake wi cbalna lo polot of row
men!.
Located May 4th. ''*"
HI** j
Hai. a Whitb, *M��*M
HUty days afterdate I purpose natlOfH\
tlon to the Chief Uon-mlaalonrr m lam
Worka for iHtrmlsslou to pun-baie llgW
dtwrlbu land: Commencing at �� I"**1.'
at the northweat corner of lot 4f4Rt'l ��D,1,J
ed "I* Mu"sh k cermr poat." ruu��mi ��
ft) chaina north Iheuce 90 chains wist, ur.
chulus south, thenee ��l chains rail. '"
commencement, containing M0 acr��.
less
Hated thla 6th day of Mav, 1W7    ��� w��ilA*l
frlgnedJr-gTM McCWW��*l
pern. A. Mcculloch. Al
Nelaon Land Dlatrlet. Dlalrlctof Weat 1
Take notice that Haul August I'suU-"1-' ���
cliener, B.C. occupation Tumbermsn * '��� ^m
to applr fnr permission to purchaso ma (f ���_
Ing described lands: Commoi dug **m. ������
planted nn the weat boundary ol lot "��,�������
and about 10 chalua aouth of the s.miih : ,,,
of the right-of-way ot the Brltlah B��"jH
Houihern Hallway, and marked "I *���! '|hr*',:f*
eaat corner," thence weat 10" rllI,1l',;..flfidB
north to th-s aouth boundary of tin' rl""K.i|tlH
of Die Ilrlllah Columbia Boullu-rn ����� , m
tbenoe following said Iwundary.ol ������*,<l..Tw*fcB
way, lu an easterly direction to tin; ""' i|nfl
ary of lot No. IM'iu.l, thenoe "��,l1 !,.�����. ���*���
eoinmi'iiceiaeiit, aiol   contain Inn I"" ",
or leaa.
Dated tbla 18th day of 'uly, 1MTI ,10ff ���
Notice la hereby given lbat*lflavs aWJ.(.(aN
Intend io apply to the Honorable the \"int'B
mlaalonerof Hsnds and Works fur permJ^ffiM
purchaae tho following deacrtl��'<i \T* \n,of-C?
altiMto IU West Kooteuay district: < "�����'|)||M
at a post planted on fianeT creek,.nP* tviiifr'a
iluer.ee with huiuinit cr-uek. mark*. ���.,��*s.
Harhour'a N. W. eorner, thonce aoulh * pbftjr I
thunce oaat 4<i (dialaa. thenoe ��""'' nie""'"''';
thenco Weat40 ohalns to pise- of comm"^, g
���iitrd May 19OT. Wiixiam B*""1  - Prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
he BACOIN We Sell
It Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and Smoked.    Our Mams Are
Excellent  Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co.. Ltd.
i
1NEUSOIN, B. C-
TIMBER NOTICES.
I Land District. District of West Koolenay
_l notice th.t George  Alexander, of  Kaslo,
Eaooupatlon mine manager, Intends lo ay-
���t a snaclal timber licence oTer the follow*
'���erfbed   land:     Commencing   al  a Ml
it tbe   nortbeaat   corner of Lot 1008.
, BM. i.  Kootenay   lM.lrlct.   thence   west   Ou
K. tbence aonth 40 chaina. thenee e.atw
* *     '���   ���-      thence north 40 cbalna to the point of
���(���ment. and containing MO acrea. more
I June tt, l��n. Osoam Atimim.
JXaud District. DUtrlct ot Weet Booteuey
IBOtlce lli.t  Oeorge  Alexander, of Kaalo,
mupetlon mine inauaicr. intends to ap-
aspeclsl timber licence over the follow-
icrlVd   landa:     Dommenclng at auoal
at   the  aoutheast  coruer ol  Lot loot.
j, Kooteuay   District,   tlience   north   so
L tneuce  wesl HO chains,   thence   soulli 10
I!thence eaat ��0 chains to polnl of com
Went, and containing ��40 acres, more or
IJnne-n. 190*1.
Oborub- ALiXANiiaa.
Land DUtrlct. District of Weat Kootenay
,ll,e tbat tieorge Alexander, of Kaslo,
ipatlon mine manage'.. lulf!."jl',l?1 **��'
Hwclal timber licence over the follow-
irfi**l lauds: commencing at a poat
at   the aoutheaat   corner   ol   Lot   1006,
Kootenay DUtrlct. tbence norlb��
.nee aaat OOchalna, thenco aoulh BO
���nee west 60 chains  lo tbe point of
nnent, and containing 480 acrea. more
June n, 1��07. OaOBOl ALSI.Knsa.
��� Und
��� DUtrlct. Dlatricl of Weat Kooten.y
.lee that George Alexandei, of Kaalo,
ipatlon mine manager,  lntenda to ap-
lal timber licence over the   follow-
Klbed   landa:   Commencing  .t  �� post
at   Ihe   northeast  corner  of  tail 1004.
Kootenay   District,  thence  west 40
leu,*/-  soulh 1��0 chains,  thence  MM 40
ance north 160 cbalna to the point ol
iment, .nd containing 640 acres, more
Rune J7. 1907. OSoans AUtx.l��D����.
Ctkei
18Z
d District. DUtrtct of West Kootenay
in* lhat Heorge Alexander, of K.alo,
ip.llon mine m.nager, intends to ap*
fieclal  timber licence over the follow ���
had   lauds:    Commencing  at  .  poat
I Ihe southwest corner of Section IS
,1, Knolen.y  DUtrlct.   thence  north 40
j the  aouth   boundary  of  tbe  Ind ��n
theme  >*.at  about   Io cbalna   lo   the
���rnerolsald Indian  lleaerve, thence
llna.  Ibence  est  .bout 70 cbalus to
n.lary of Lot Ml,  Iheuce   south 10
���nee wesl so ch.lns to the polnl ol
nenl, and containing 600 acre., more
Juns 17. 1MI7.
IIEOH-.K  .II.I1HMH.
fed District. Dlstrictof Weat Kootenay
_e that Oeorge  Alexander, of Kaalc,
alloo mine manager, lntenda to ap
clal timber  licence over the followed landa:    Commencing al a  post
I the Inlerscclloo of the north .loe of
I Township 7, KiKitenar   District, and
line ol lhe Indian Reserve, ihenee soulh
rthence cast about 70 chains to the weal
*7>f LotM,   tbence   norlh   60 chains,
��� about 70 ch.lns to the point of com*
1, .nd containing 600 acre., more or
ana 17.1��07.
usoaos ai.xxani.sk.
I DUlrlct.   Dlstrictof Weat Koolenay
aa th.t George Alexander, of Kaalo.
Ettas mine manager,  lntenda to np-
Kl.l timber licence over tbe follow
rlbed   landa:     Commencing at a posl
t the Inleraectlon of the aouth   line or
! Town.hip 7. Kootenay   Illatrlat. and
pa of the Indian Keacrte, tlience cast
���ins to the west boundary-of,Utm
n ao  chains   to tbe  soulh   bank ol
thence   westerly *> ch.lns alone
i of (ioal river to the west line ol said
,< thenoe south flo ehalna to point of
leut and containing Mu acres, more
uaomis Ai.xx.amx.
B�� 27, lf07.
I Dlatrlet    Dlatrlet ol Weat Koounay.
��� that Ueorfo AWiiamler of Kaslo.
Hi,ui mine manager, Inteuda to Op-
Mai  timber  llcepce over IM lollow-
rfbnl   landa:     Commencing al a (Hist
I tha aoulh weat corner ol l-ol b��, Uroup
r  district,  thonce aouth   luy chains,
W ch.lns to the niw-t beast -norner or
���rivrvfi thenee north about !Wchaina
lattM westerly along the aouth
it river about lb chaina to ifae euuib-
of Lot Wll  thence north about .��
�� northweat corner ot aald Lot ��1;
���bout 7i chains  to the aouthwesl
tWi;  thence norlh about 95 chains
Mil oorner ol Oft HBj thence weal 40
_* polnl ol commencement, and cod-
laerea, more or leaa.
W, 1IW7. HaORUa  AWtXAHnBR.
lotus la hereby, ilren that W daya
" Intend to apply to Ihe Lhlef Corn-
Land   and   Worka,  for a special
Ion
UaiHl    ami    ����*ifr*ss)   nn    ��   U**l�����'
.nd carry timber from the  follow
1 latul*.  situated  on   the  southeast
ton  river.  In  tho   district of Woat
['ommonclnK at a poet placed abonl
it ol BOM tavmt creek .narked "KM
irtliwcsi   oorner,"  thonio no chaina
ice 00 chaina eaat.  Ihenee*) chains
M chaina west  to  plauo of com-
the Utb day of June, 1907.
K   M. Raavaa, Uwiiior.
dice  la  hereby  given    that  K> daya
intend to apply to the chief Cum-
*  lAiida .in!   Works,   for  n  special
and carry Mm tor from the foi lowland! situated on  the southeast
laimon river, iu the dlstrictof West
Oonmancliiff al a poat placed about
-it of Koae Loaf creek, marked "K  M.
3 southwest   corner,      thence ��|
, thenee 90 ehalna eaat. thence (to
_h thaneuao ohalua woat to place of
lent
tho 10th day of June, wo7.
II. M. KKKVEM, Locator.
d District.   District ol Weal Kootenay.
hereby given that thirty days .Her
. HwimIWk. ol  Nelson,  B.C. miner,
Bplv   to the  Hon. the Chief Com in la*
uanda and Worka, at Victoria, for a
wnse to cut and   carry .way timber
tallowing described lands, situated on
���*���*, lu the Weat Kootenay dlatrlet:
it, om menelng at a poat marked J. P. H'a
'"Hit, noriheaat comer poat, located on
~f Hummlt creek, about 2 miles from
thenee running aouth Htl  ehnins,
ilng woat 40 ehalna, thenco running
.Alns,   thenco  west  40 chains, thenco
alns, thenco runnlnii oaat 40 chains,
ig aoulh 40 chaina, thenco emat 40
,i.e of commencement.
��� Mh day of June, 1007.
J. r. HWMHI.CRU. Locator.
!Jomtiieiiclng  at a IKiat marked J. K S'a
kit, norlhwest eorner pout, located do
���f Summit creel, about two miles from
Ik, theuco running south HO ehalna,
^tiling east HO chafna, thence running
.hiiiui, thence running woat HO ehalna
[���commencement
ft 5th day ot June. HW7
J. I'. Bwgpaaao, Locator.
Nelaon L��nd District    Diatrict ol Weat Kootenay
Take notice that Walter Edwarda, of Fergueon,
B. tr. occupation cook, intends to apply ior .
special timber  licence over  the  lollowlng  ttta>
crlbed lauds:    Commencing at  a  poal  planted
4'B mile, up a creek   running  iulo  the  head  of
Cariboo lake, on  the  e��at aide ol Cariboo  lake
.ud marked "Walter Bdw.rd's  northweat corner,"    Ihenee   aoulh    80  chains"   thence  east  HO
chaina. tbence north 80 chaina, thence Wtmtm
���hains lo polnl of commencement, and coutainlug 610 acrea, more or leas. _
Rated April 27tb, VMI          Walter Eijwabm,
by hla agent K. C. Manninu.
Nelaon Uiud District District of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that Walter Edwarda, of Ferguson,
B C , occupation cook, lotends toapply for a
apeclal timber licence over the following described landa: Commencing at a poat Htf Bluet
up Htevena ereek and a ?* mile east from A.
Evan's corner poat No. 9, and marked "Walter
E<lwarda a northweat corner poat," thence eaat
40 chaina, theuee aouth 160 chains, thence weal
40 chalua, thunce north too chain, to point of
commencement, and containing M0 acres, more
or leas.
Dated May 80th, 1907. Walter Edward..
hy his agent V O. Manninu.
Nelaon Land Dlatrlet. District of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that Walter Edwarda, of rerguaon,
B. C occupation oook, luteuds to apply for a
apeclal timber licence over the followlug deacrlbcd lands: Commencing at a poat planted
about a mile from tlie head of Cariboo lake and
one mile east of said lake, and marked "Walter
Edward's aouth weet corner," thence north 80
chains, theuee eaat SO cbalna. thence aouth 80
chains, thencr west 80 chaina to point of commencement, and containing 640 acrea, more or
leaa
Dated Mayaoth, 1907. Walter Edwaid..
by hla agent V. C. M annim..
Neiaon Land District. Dlatrlet of West Kootenay
Taae notice that Arthur ft. Eraua, of Beaton.
B. C'., ocedpation crulaer, Intend* toapply for.
special timber IlCeuoe over the following deacribed landa: Commencing at .poat pl.utcd
about A miles up Htevena creek running into tbe
eaat ekle of Cariboo lake mark.*' "A. a. * van's
southweat corner poat," thenee north 80 chains.
thence eaat 80 eh.ltie, thenre aouth 80 chalua,
thence weat HO chaina to point ol commencement, and coutalulng 640 acrea, more or leaa
Dated May auth, WW. ARTHUR K. rv.(*s.
by hla agent K. C. Manninu.
Notice li hereby given that thirty daya after
date 1 Intend toapply to the Hon. the Chief Commlaaloner of Lauda and Worka for a special II-
e.-iii*" to cut aud tarry away timber from the
following deacribed lauda in Weat Koou-nay
dlatrict: Commencing at a poet planted on the
ucrth bank of leu Wile creek, about one mile
and a half from Hlocau lake, market! H. 11 rut**
nortb-weat coruer poat, tbence eaat 1W cbalus,
thence aoutb 40 chalua, tbence weat 180 chalua,
thence uorth 40 eb.lna to place of commencement.
D.ted thla J6lh day of June, 1907.
If. II   I'CiTS. Locator,
A. W. Hii'Hiia, Ageut
Notice la bereby given tbat thirty daya after
date I intend to apply to tbe Honorable
Chief tTumuilailoner of l^nda aud Worka at
Victoria, B. t;., for a special Hcenaetocut and
tarry away timber from the following deaorlbed
lands In Wesl Kooteuay district: Commencing
at a pout plauted ou ihewc.it bank of .-'inciter
creek, about one mile aouth of the City of Nelson,
thence sou lb HO cbalus, thence wesl 80 ehalna,
Ihenee north HOchalns, thence eaat HO ehalna to
plaee of commencement.
Dated tbla llth day of June, 1*��07.
C. 0. Clark, Locator.
D. BcotH, Agent.
Nelaon Land l>|sirict. Dlatrlet of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that John Phllbert, of Nelson.
British Columbia, saloon keeper, lntenda to
apply for a apeclal limber liceuae over the following described lands: Commeucing al a poat
i.lan'eil about three miles up tbe first right
hand branch of Lost creek and about five mllea
distance and lu a southeasterly direction from
the junction of aald Loat creek aud the aouth
lurk of Halmon river In the Neleon land district,
thence north 80 chaina, thenoe eaat Ho chaina,
thence aoutb ho chains, thence weal 80 chaina to
point of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less. .
Dated June Uth, 1907. JOHH l'Hll-BERT.
Nelaon Land Diatrict. Dlatrlet of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that John I'hllbert. of Nelaon,
British ColumbU, s.loou Beeper, Intends to
apply for a apodal timber license over tbe following described lands: Commencing at a poet
planted ou the north aide of Loat creek about
six miles diataut aud in an eaaierly dlreetlou
from the Junction of Loat creek and the aouth
fork of Halmon river iu tho Nelaou land district,
theuee weat HO chalua, tbence aouth 80 chalua,
thence eaat 80 ohalna. thenoe north 80 chaina
to iH>lut ut commencement, and coutainlug MO
acrea, more or lea..
Dated June Uth, 1907. John I'hilbbbt.
Nelaon Land District. Dlatrlet of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that Johu I'hllbert, of Nelaon,
British Columbia, aaloon keeper, lntenda to
apply for a "pedal Umber Ilccnae ovur the following doacrlbed lauds: Commencing at a host
planted on tho noflb elde of Loel creek about
four mllea distent and in an easterly direction
from the Junction of said Lost creek and the
aouth fork of Halmou river lu the Nelion land dlatrlet llM-nee westHOcb.llis, Uicnce soul h 80chains
ihenee eait 80 ehalus, theuco north 80 chalua to
point ot commencement, and containing M0
acres, more or leaa.
Dated Juue 12th, 1907. John I'iiilbert.
Nelson Laud Dlatrlet. Dlatrlet of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that John Phllbert, of Nelaon.
British Columbia, aaloon keeper, Intends to
apply lor a apeclal tlmlier liceuae over the following described minis : Commencing at a poat
about otiu aud one-half mllea up the Ant rhrht
baud branch of l.osi urouk, .ml about four miles
distil ul .nd In a southeasterly direction from the
junction or said Loat e eek and the aonth fork of
Halmon river In tho Nelaon land district, thence
uorth HOflhalns, theucu eaat BO ehains, thenco
south HO chains, theuco weat 80 chsina lo point
of eommeucumuut and uontalutug 640 acres,
more or leaa. *__
Dated Juue Uth, 1907. John Phii.iirrt.
Nelson Land Dlatrlet. Dlatrlet nf Weat Koolenay
Take notice that lohn filbert, of Nelaon,
British Columbia, saloon keeper, intends to
apply for a special timber llconao over the following described lands: Commencing ata post
planted about two miles Up the right band
hnuieli of I,oil ereek and about four mllea distant and In a southeasterly direction from the
Junction of aald IjokI creek and tho aonth fork
of Halmon river in tho Nelaou land diatrict,
theuee soulh HO chains, iheuce eaat 80 chains,
thenco north 80 chaina, thenco weat HO chains to
polut of commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or leaa.
Datut Juuo Uth, 1907. John Philbibt.
Nelson Land Dlatricl.   District of Weat Koo'enay
Take   notice  that  Johu   I'hUbe t   of   Nelson,
British Colombia, saloon   koeper, intendsi to an-
fily for a special limber licence over tho fol-
uwltiR deaorlbed landa: Commencing at a
post planted on the uorth alio of Irftst creek nnd
about four mllea distant add In au easteriv
direction from the Junction of'.eid Lon crock
aud the Mtuth fork of Halmon river In the Nelaou land illalrli t, Ihencn i aat 80 chalua, thence
soulh Ho chaliiH, thence weat 80 ehalna, thence
north 80 chaina to |h�� point of eommeucement
and containing <ho aerea, more or leas.
Dated Juno 12th, 1907. JOHH PmtMW
WISE AFTER THEIR KIND
	
Parable of the Unjuat Steward and Hla
Foreaight���Servlcea in Nelaon- Tomorrow.
Tomorrow will be tbe Ninth Sunday
after Trinity. Thursday will be Lammas Day. the day on which the early
and mediaeval Christians uaed to make
offering of the first fruits of the harvest.
The goBpel for the day is the parable of the unjust steward who was wise
in his generation, and anticipated his
fall from favor by conciliating those to
whom he must trust for the future. As
a measure of wordly prudence the act
was creditable and deserved commendation. It was wisdom after Its kind. The
lesson of the parable Is not. of course,
the expediency of unjust dealing with a
master's goods, bat that Christians, "the
children ot light," might learn of worldlings to take thotaght ftor the future.
The following senrtoea ��re announced
for tomorrow la the churches of Nel
eon:
Church of England���St. Saviour**,
corner Ward and Slllc* street
Ninth Sunday after Trinity; holy communion, 8 a, m.; morning prayer and
litany, 11 a. m.: Sunday school. 9:45
a m.; evensong, 7:30 p. m. Rev. F. H.
Graham, rector.
Preabyterlmn church���St Paul's, cor
ner of Victoria and Kootenay streeta:
Morning aer-rice. 11 a. m.; Sunday
school. lZ-.aip. in-! evening service,
7:30 p. m. Rer. J. T. Ferguson, mlDlater.
Roman Catholic���Chnrcfa of MalT Im
maculate, corner of Ward and Mill
streeta: Lotr mass, 8 a. m.; high mass,
10:30 a. m.: overling: HSMee, T:S0 p. m
Rev. Father Althoff. priest.
Methodist church���Corner Silica* and
Josephine streets: Morning service, 11
a. m.; evening service, 7:80 p. m.; Son-
day school, 2:30 p. m. Rev. R. N
Powell,  pastor.
Baptist church���Stanley atreet. new
Mill: Morning aervloa, 11 a. m.; even*
Ing service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school.
J:30 p. m. Rev. E. H. Shanks, pastor.
Salvation Army���Bar-raw********* on Victoria atreet, west of Josephine: Special servlcea for tomorrow. Knee drill.
9 a. m.; holiness meeting, 11 s. m.; a
praise meeting st 8 p. m.; salvation
meeting at 8 p. m.
Nelsoo Lauid Histrict. DUlrlotol weet Kooteney
Take notice th.t William Andrew Boss, ot
Fernle, B 0 . hotel keeper, Intends to apply tor
a special timber licence over the following dee-
rrlbed landa:
No. l.-Commenclnf at a poet planted about
five mllea west of lhe Kootenar river, on Corn
ereek. In lhe Plstrlet of West Kootenay, and
twins about all mllea north of tbe International
boundary line, and about two mllea weat of ttm
l.4*r licence No. eM6, thence aonth 80 ehalna,
thence eaat 10 chaina, thence north 80 chains.
Ibence weat HO cbalna to point et commencement
ati*l containing l',40 arrea. more or las*.
Located loth June. IStlT.
Ne �� -Commencing at a poat planted at lhe
nortli weat corner of William A Rose' No. 1 claim,
tlience south no chains, thence weat 90 chains,
, hence north 80 chains, thence eaat 80 chains,
tn the ���.���oint ol commencement, and containing
MO acres, more or lees.
Located lMh June, l#n.
No. S ���Commencing at a poet planted about
two mllea weat ol the northeast corner of Wll*
ll.m Roaa' No 1 sl.lm, thence aouth 80 chaina,
thonce eaat 80 chaina, thence north 80 chains,
I hence weat 80 chaina to tbe point of commencement, and containing MO acres, more or lew.
Located lMh June. 1807.
No. 4.-Commencing at at a poet planted at
the northwest corner ot William A. Koaa No. 8
claim, thence aorlh 80 chaUa. thence weat80
chaina tnence aouth 80 chaina, th-ncc eaat 80
chain, to the point of commencement, containing MO acrea. more or leaa.
Located Uth June, 1907. -
No. 6.���Commencing al a poat planted at tho
northwest corner of William A. Roes'No. 8 claim.
Ibence soulh 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence norlh 80 chains, tbence eaat 80 chaina to
tbe point of commencement, and containing 6*10
acres, more or lesa.
Located 16th lune.l��07.
No ��.���Commencing at a poet planted about
two jilles west of the northeast corner of Wll.
Mam A Roaa'No 8 claim, thence aonth 80 chains,
thenee easl 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
ihenee west 80 chains lo the point ef commencement, and containing M0 acrea, more or leaa.
Located lath June, 11107.
No. 7��� Commencing al a post planted at the
northwest corner of William A. Roes'No. 8 claim,
ihenee north 80 chains, thence east 80 ehalna,
thence south SO chains, thence west 80 chains te
point of commencement, and containing M0
acres, more ot less.     	
Located Ulh June, 1907
No 8 -Commencing at a post planted about
40 chaina aouth of the norlhwest cornerof William �� Koss'No 8 claim, thence north *) chaina,
thence wesl 80 chaina. thenee soulh 80 chains,
thenee eaat 80 chains to the point of commence-
ment, and containing Mo aerea, more or leas.
Located Uth June, 1907.
No 9 ���Commencing at a post planted about 40
chains soulh of lhe uo/tbwest corner of William
A Roes' No. ��� claim, thence sonth 80 chains,
Ihenee west HI ohalns, Iheuce north 80 chaina,
thence east Ho ch.lna lo the poln' ot eommeuoe-
menl, and containing M0 acres, more or leaa.
Located Uth June, 1907.
No 10 ��� Commencing at a post planted abonl
two mllea weat of the nortbeaat cornea ol WU.
Ham A Koss-No. 9 olalm, thenco south 80 chains,
thence eaat 80 chains, thence norlh 80 chaina,
Ihcncc woat 80 chalua to the p< lot of commencement, ami containing MO acrea, more or lew.
Located Uth June, 1907.
No. ll.-Commencing al a poet planted about
two miles west of the northeast eorner of William
A Hoss' No. 9 da m, thenoe north 80 chains,
Ibence east 80 cbalna. thenoe south 80 ohalns,
Ihenee weal 80 chaina lo the point ol commencement ar.d containing 6lo acrea, more or lew.
Located Ulh June. 1907.
No 12.��� Commencing ata posl planted about
ao chalua south ol the nortbwesl corner ot
William A. Roaa' No. 10 claim, thenco south 80
ehalni, thenoe wnt 80 chaina, thenoe north 80
chains, tbence east 80 ohalns lo point ol commencement aud containing 840acrea, more or lew
Located uth Juue. 1907.
No. 18 ���Commencing at a po" planted about
���JO chaina aoutb ot lhe northwoat corner of William A Boas' No. 10 claim, Ihenoe north 80
chains, thenoe west 80 chains, tbence south 80
chains, thenc* eaal80 cbalna to the point of coiuC
meiicein.nt .ml containing M0 acrw more or leaa,1
Dated thla Mb day of July, 1907.
WlLLUM ANDBBW ROM.
Nelaon Land District. District of West Kootenay
Tako noliee that "David Henry Telford," Baa-
kaloon, H.sk., occupation lumberman, Intends
lo apply for it special timber licence over the foi
lowing deacribed landa:
No 1 Commencing at a poat plauted about 8
chains north of the norlhwest corner ol Timber
Limit 8144, wesl branch of Little Slocan river,
The Daily Canadian
ikWm TAB tflllKT
Divorce Sought by European Royal Couple���Princess  Melita  Is  Unfortunate.
Berlin. July 27.���The announcement
that a divorce Is contemplated between
the Grand Duke Cyril, eldest sou of the
Grand Duke Vladimir of Russia, ami bis
wife, who was divorced from the Oram!
Duke of Hesse ��lx years ago, haf, come
as a distinct Bhock to their many friends.
The couple have been married about
two years and have one daughter. They
have frequently been mentioned as
among the happiest royal couples of
Europe.
Their marriage, In October, 1905, was
the culmination of a love romance of
many years' duration. The Grand
Duchess Victoria Melita is a daughter
of the late Duke of Edinburgh, brother
of King Edward. Cyril and Melita were
boy and girl lovers when both of them
were in their teens. There were political objections to their marriage, and
Melita was compelled to become the
wife of ber cousin, tba Grand Duke
Ernest Louis Hesse. The marriage
turned out to be extremely unhappy and
ended in divorce.
As soon as the divorce had been announced. Grand Duke Cyril, who had
carefully avoided the Hessian court
after Mellta's marriage. Immediately appeared at her maiden home in Coburg
and renewed his ardent declarations of
love. Melita hesitated to marry again
because this step would have made It
Impossible for her, under the terms of
her divorce, ever to see her only child,
the little Princess Elizabeth, to whom
she was passionately attached. Princess
Elizabeth, however, who lived with her
father, waa poisoned while visiting the
emperor and empress of Russia. Her
tragic death removed Mellta's scruples
regarding marriage, and she consented
to become Cyril's wife.
But there were other obstacles, among
them the prohibition of the czar. Cyril
and Melita are flrst cousins and the
marriage of relatives of this degree is
prohibited by the Russian state church.
When the marriage of the couple was
announced tbe Grand Duke Cyril was
immediately summoned to Peterhof to
receive tbe full weight of the czar's
displeasure. He was deprived of his
as aide-de-camp to the emperor, of his
commission In the army, of his uniform, his orders, and other honors, and
was excluded from Russia.
But Cyril and Melita were indifferent
to the czar's displeasure. Far from being hurt they rejoiced in being able to
live a free, untrammelled life according
to their own desires. It seemed to
their friends that they had reached the
end of their troubles and vicissitudes,
and that, like hero arid heroine in some
fairly tale, they would live happily e-������**�����
afterwards. Hence the general sui
prise occasioned this week by the announcement that a divorce Is contemp-
piated. It is learned, moreover, that
their differences began almost Immediately after their wedding.
West Kootenay, thenoe weat 80 cbalna. thence
aouth 80 ehalna. thence eeat as ehalna, thence
north 80 carina te point of oommencemeu t and
containing 840 acrae. more or law
Dated inly vth, 1907.   D.vin Hairev Ta-Lronn.
No. 2. Commencing a poal plauted on Ibe easl
bank ot Conger creek, and on the nortli boundary of Umber limit 91M, weel branch of Utile
Hlocan river, thence north 160 chains, thenee
east 40 chains, thence south 180 chaina, thenoe
west 41) chaina to place of commencement, and
containing MO acres, mere or lew.
D.ted July 10th. 1907. Darin Ravsv Tsuobo.
No. 8. Commencing at a post planted on hank
of Kusale creek, about JO chains aouth of the
south boundary of timber limit 8117. weat branch
of Little Slocan river, thenoe weat 80 ehaliuk
tbenee ocuth 80 chaina, thence eaat 89 chalAB
thenee north 80 chaina to the point of commencement aud containing Mo acrw, more or
Dated July llth, 1907. David Hsmry TSLroao.
No 4. Commencing at a poat planted about 8
ehalna ewt from eaat Dank of Ruwle ereek. and
on the west boundary of limit S, thenoe weet 80
ehains, thenee south 80 chaina, tbence eaat 80
chains, thenee north 80 cbaini to point of commencement, and containing Mo acres, more or
lew
Dated July llth, 1907. David hsnbv tslvobd.
No. IS. Commencing at a pool planted about
80 chains west of House Creek and about six
miles from IU mouth at Slocan Blvar, aald poat
Is about 40 chains west from t> H Telford's umber applloatlon No. 11, thence eaat 40 ohalna to
Umber application No. 11, thence nortb 180
chains, tbeuee weat 40ehains, tbence aouth 180
ehalna, to point of commencement, and contain
Ing 840 acres, more or less
Dated July llth, 1907. David Ussav TgLroan.
No. 14. commencing at a poet planted al the
southweat corner of No. IS, thence west 40 chains,
thenee uorth 180 chains, Ihenoe east 411 ebalns,
thenoa aouth 1-80 chaina to polut of commencement, and containing BUI acres, more or less
I ated July 17th, 1907  David IIbhsy TsLrosn.
A Miltok, Agent
i*l   * **l    I
NOTICE.
In tho matter ol an application for lhe la-ue of
duplicate of lhe certlllcates of Title (oi Lou 8, 7,
8, ami 17, Block 1, town nf Kitchener <��ep.uw>
and LolM87. Uroup Una, In the Dlstrlot of Koote-
Nottne ll hereby given lhat 11 is my Intention
to Issue at tbe expiration of one month alter the
firet publication hereof, duplicates of Certificates
of Title of tbe above Iota In the name nf Joseph
Walker which certftlcstes are daled Xlnd day of
June, 1908 and   utiinherod '1481 A and  9482A  rc-
* lland*-Registry I'fflcc, Nelaon, B. card July,
1*,n' "H. r. VacLsod,"
Dlitrlct Registrar.
IN THB MATTER of ths "Rivers and
Streams   Act"   and   amendmente
thereto,
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of sn Application of
The Csnadlan Pacific Timber
Company, Limited.
Nollce U hereby given that ���*> dayi after data
The Canadian I'.cine*' Iraber Company, Limited,
lutends to submit to the Honorable Chief Com-
raliaeoner of Lands and Works a pr poeal under
the provision, of tho ** Ktvori and Streams Act"
and amendment* thereto, tor tho right to Improve Trout creek aud HI tributaries from the
sou row of such creek .ud tributaries to the point
where the same flows Into Trout lake In the District of Wesl Kooten.y, and to remove ohalruo-
tlons therelrom and make the isnu* lit for driving, storing, sorting ami booming logs, rafta ana
crafts, .ml the Homing of lumbar thereon, alao
for the right to collect lolls thereon.
The lands niTeclc 1 aro Crown lands and Lots
770, 7VO0, 7901, 771, 771 7C***, 782 and 190, all la
tlroup 1, West Kootenay.
Dated this .mth day of May, 1907.
THK CANADIAN FACiriC TIMBKH
COMPANY, LIM1TKI1,
br their eolieltor. >. M. Maedouald.
Queen's Hotel
Bster attest, Nelaos. B. C.
Lighted by Klectrioity snd
Bested by Hot Air
BATES |2 m DAT
Imrge and Comfortable Bedrooms and flrat.
claasDlolof Boom.   Sample Boomi for Commercial   Man
MBS. B. C.CLABKB, Proprtetrew
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room is unexcelled in the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. ERIOKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court House
snd Pogtoffice. Nelson, B. C.
Tremont House
European and American Plan
Meals ��� eta.   Booms from �� cu. to O
Only While Help Employed.
MALONK   ck  TRKOILI.es
Baker St.. Nelaon ProprleterB
Battlett   House
OttO. W. BARTLETT,
Proprietor.
Best DoIIar-a-Dar Hook in Nelson.
The Bar la the Pineal.
White Help Only Employed.
Joeephlne St.
Nelson. B. C.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM BOBBBTB,
Rates 11 snd I1.S0 s Dsy.
SpeoisJ Rates to Regular Bosrders.
Athabasca
Saloon...
COMER
BAKER Al��
100TEHAY
STREETS.
Moot comfortable quarter! In Nelson)
Only the beat of Liquors and cigars.
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN   IVEN8        JNO.   PHILBERT
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application lor the issue of
.duplicate of the Certificate of Title lor loU
18 and 17. Block 98. Town of Neleon.
Notloe Is hereby given that It la my Intention
to Iwue at the expiration of one month after the
Orit publication hereof a duplicate of theCertlS-
cte of Title for tba above LoU in Ihe name of
Prance. E D.y. which CertlOcal* U dated Ihe
19th September, 1898, and numbered assoB:.
1-arf'"43"""*"*' ��mn' 'NH���������M�����Lsi&..',,0������
DUtrlct Keglitrar.
Notice to Delinquent -Co-Owner.
To Charles U. ttlm-Mop, or any other paraoa
to whom he may hare tranvferred hu interest la
the "May blowom" mlner��l claim, iltuatad on
Brown Mountain, two and a half mllee south-
west of Ymtr, In the Nelaon Mining IMvirlon. of
West Kootenar District, and recorded In the
Recorder's ofllee, for the Helton Division.
Yon and each of you are hereby nmlfled that
I have expended two hundred aud Are dollar*
(306.00) in labour at*d improvementa upon the
abort minora! claim In order to hold tbe same
under the provfcious ol the Mineral Act. and If
within ninety d��*s from the date of this notice
*ou fall or refuse to contribute your portion of
the expenditure, (which Is one hundred and two
fifty dollars (I102.&0) tor the two year* ending
Nth May. tool,) toffethir with alt coett ol adrer
Uslnc, your interest in the said claim will become the property of the undersigned under
Sec. 4 of an Act entitled: "An Aat to Amend the
Mineral Act, iwo." ,_.
Dated at Ymlr, B. C , 16th May, 1907.
JOHN F IIARBOTTLX
NOTICE-
Notice Is herebralven that after the expiration
of sixty aays frem the date hereof the Patrick
Lumber Company, Limited. Intends to submit to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner ot Landi and
Works a proposal under the provisions of tbe
"Ktveri and Btreams Act" and Amending Acts,
forthertsht to Improve the Slocan tiver from
the mill dam of said company (situate about
three miles above the Junction of said Hlocan
river with the Kootenay river.) to ihr mouth of
tbe Little Hlocan river, and to improve lhe Little
Hlocan river and branches thereof to the northern boundary ��liub lot 2, lot 7190, aud sub-lot 1,
lot 71(11 Kroun one, Kootenay district, and to
Improve the tributaries of aald rivers; and remove obstructions from said rivers and tributaries, aud to make the same fit (or i1rlviii��. storing, sorting boo.ring and raiting logs, timber,
lumber, rafts, and trafu; alao for the right to
collect tolls thereon.
The lauds to be affected are the following:   (a)
Lots WW, 7:-ai'J. MM. MM. 04$i, H10, 6W7, M4��, 3AU9,
7.Y2-1, 70AA, .laao, 4812, all in Uroup one, Kooteuay
district:   also  Lands  covered   by  pre-emptions
imbered 48,  lui. n.\ 1*5, 141 tM and Mu; also
������,,.���r.,...-.^J by t,_.        	
0&Mr NUM. W��. bfm, V87, and MM; also lands of
Dated this 6th day of July, 1M7,
THK PATRICK  LUltBIB COMPANY, LiHiTlU.
by IU solicitor, K. W. lUmtiNGToi*.
We H\v* Been Most Scteeessfttl
Recently In Selling Out	
NO DISSATIFIED CUSTOMERS!
WHY?
We sell only good selected landa���and at raaaonable prices.
S. M. BRYDGES,
Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron, Ltd
INOTICB
Notice Is hereby given that the Wattsburg
Lumber company has applied to Ills Honor the
Lieutenant tioycrnur In council, under the provisions of the -'Klvers and Htreams .u<t," for the
riKbt to Improve kykcrts creek, tn the district of
West Kootenay. British Columbia, by removing
the obstructions therefrom and straightening
tho batiks thereof, and to construct dams, booms,
slides a��d chutes, and meke-^uch other Improvements as may be necessary tor the driving and
rafting of logs and the (turning of timber thereon
The lauds to be atevted are goverweut lands and
Lots 2M and tbi, uroup 1, Kootenay district, and
the tolls that are propoeed to be charged, If any,
aresuuh as mav be fixed by a Judgjof the county
court of West kootenay.
Dated this Ulh day of March, A, D. INT.
WATIUM'KU LIMUKB CU.
FAIRVIEW ADDITION TO HELSON LOTS AWACEUT TO CUT PAKE
ON TRAMLINE
Lots ior Safe ai from $100 to $200
Price* will be raised 15 per cent, after 1st August.   Buy while they are
cheap.   Terms one-third cash, balance In six and twelve menthe.
THE  FINE8T   RESIDENTIAL   PROPERTY  IN THE CITY.
T. O. PROCTER
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
MADDEN BLOCK, WARD ST.
We Have For Sale One of the Prettiest Homes te
Nelson, Sttosted to Fairy-tew, Ckwe to the Cm Ltec
��� i* ���^~
Large 7-room houae. Stone foundation and flrat-elaaa cellar. Complete water aystem. 10 Iota urnler cultivation and planted In largo, bearing fruit tree*.   Thla ia a anap.   For particulars apply to
FRUIT LANDS
&  PITTS
REAL  ESTATE -
Choice Fruit
Lands       ;
I Have i 0,000 Aetss
of ths
Frtrit La-ads ia
British Cclsmwsi
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get tbe ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,
Nelsoo. B. C.
FRUITVALE!
GOOD SOIL
NO STONES
EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION (Dally Trains.)
ABSOLUTE TITLE
EVERY TRACT SURVEYED
EVERY    TRACT    ACCESSIBLE
EASY TERMS
Something for the practical man.
Juat Investigate I���That la All we
ask of you; and you owe that muoh
to yourself.
Kootenay Orchard
Association
WARD ST.   -   NELSON, B.C
|GOOD TIMBER
en  1��00  acres, aouth   of Burton   elty,
for sals.   Apply to
The M. & W. Land Co., Limited,
ALTONA, MAN.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. II. Can. Soe. O. K.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL  LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offlos: IlealKj- Bulldlns-    P. O. Bos 434
Baksr St, NELSON, B. C.
CANADIAN
Pacitic
RAILWAY
Summer Excursion
.... Rates East
RI?OiVl i-vbl-soiv
To Winnipeg $46.20
To Port Arthur. St Paul
Doloth, StotaOtr
$52.50
Chicago SS4.00 Montreal SS4J0
Toronto $7U0 St. J��*n 9AAM0
St. Louie tW.00 Ottawa SOUS
Now York $100.00 Boston ���SUM
Halifax S101.S0
On Sale July 3. 4, 5.   August 8, ���. 10.
September II, 12,13.
First Class Roond Trip, 90
Days Limit.
Corresponding reductions from all
Kootenay points. Tickets available for
lake route Including meals and bertha
on lake steamers Through rates quoted
to any elation la Ontario, Quebec or
Maritime proTinces on applloatlon.
B. J. OOYLK. J. t. OARTKR,
A.ll. P. A.. Vancouver. D. t.A
IN  THE   MATTER  OF "THE   PLANS
CANCELLATION ACT, 1t0��,"
AND IN THE MATTER OP the plan of
tha Townslte of Roboon, part ef Lot
Three Hundred and One (Ml,)
Group One (1,) Kootenay, ef reoor*>
In the Land Registry Offieo at Neleon as "M��."
F. C. GREEN       r. r. BUKDOT       A. & GREEB
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and Oriltsh
ColumbU Land Surveyors
COR.VICTORIA k EOOTZSAT SIS.. KELSON. B. C
f.0. BeillS   rteot 2.1 B.
Take nnllre lhat on the aMh da? of Jul?, A. D.
mo***, at Ihe hour ol 10:�� o-eloak Mthe feresseo,
at the Courl Mouse lu the city ol Meleoa. la the
Province ol British Columbia, applanation will
be made to Ihe Jadso ol Ihe Coaaw Court ef
Weet Kootenar, bj tbe Columbia sad KaajleaJM
Hallway and Ravlsalloo Compear lor as order
ibal lb. pl.t, ..I tb�� Mid Town.lt. ol kebeoo, o4
record al Melees.
i'iilumbl.,a. ���'�� U
is.lion Compear tor so order
" i said Townslte of ���abj���  ������
Ie the  Province el :	
be cancelled, snd tbst ths
applicant mar enjoy the landa comprised with.
in the aald Town site tree trom any aaaeaseata
or Ma hla ol any person to open any lsnd or
ny Ian
ns-rae, ;
or Hshte ol any person        .
lanes, atreet or atresia, square or aanaree. nark
or parka ecroea, within or upon aala lasda.
Dated al the city ol Nelaou, In the Province ol
Brltlah Columbia, this fl ill day of Jans, A.D.,
ttm.
MACDONALD A HALL,
A.ents lor Luufheed, Bennett, Allleon, Taylor
A MeLawa. Holicllora and ageuta (or ihe
Columi.la A Kootenay katlway A Navlffa-
tlon Company, applloanla.
To MARTIN ��, MAKTIN8,
and
To K. BILL ��  COMPANY. I!
.
[ft
The Dally Canadian
CAIN   YOU   SEEQ
Do  You   Know Wliot  This U��    ���
It is ih.* Royal Standard Bylng   over
illnarv pair of eyea it is plainly vlsibl"
tci   my utile*.'  aini   gel   Jitt.-. 1  Willi
WE ALSO   HAVE   BINOCULARS
$15   to   $60.00.
al  my oamp.    With a good, or-
If you cannot see H come down
proper glasses.
J. O. PATENAUDE
���MAN-JKAC'll-MIMl
���iiiW-Bi-t-i-:'**-���
Watchmaker and Optician
SPRING IS HERE
SUGGESTING
HOUSECLEANING
j Our Stock is Complete;
SOAPS, SOAP  POWDERS,
AMMONIA, LYE, Etc.
j Here are two Soap Specials:
.25   31b.   BARS   HOMESTEAD   $4.5C
ttt BARS GOLDEN  WEST for $275
IMTradingCOe
[-This store will b�� Cloiad  F.vi-ry Thursday
I    |AfU*rii(H,ii iu J one, July .ml August
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NOTiCE
FRUNINtt ANll URAFTINI1 carellilly  attend
tu. Apply
HARKY   WILLIAMS,
Wlver Klne Holpl.
Old Curiosity Shop
It you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale.
All kinds of Dlnnerware In stock. Pat-
tems. 	
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & c��
Next Door to Hunk of Commerce.
8AMUEU  A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
���II Kinds of  Heating  Plants  In  Stock
SANITAHY   PU'MHINO.
Victoria St., Nr. Oners House.      Tel. 181.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Bont Builders will Und it to their ad-
vaiitti*.*.* to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
WANTED
Qsnersl Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpst Cleaning, Fixing snd Cleaning  Stoves,  stc.
JACK6ON   RADCLIFFE,
111 Esst Baker St. Phone No. A114
Out THURMAN MIXTURE
Il ititmifii'inii'i   from   'ih-  fl-uupi   t'liini co. Miti'
rl poller] nm) -iow-MWitrli'iitMl       H'p 111IH, f tl 11 -
flavored and pooL    A tObMOO fOB
i.ii'hi to try.
W. cA, THURMAN,
f ohacconlst.   Baku Strut.
MEETINGS
Sotblallot   Party   meeti  every   Fr.dav
 uliiK at 8 I'   in . in   IM* (Miners' llilon  Hall
All are l'lviu.I; any one Hlloiu.l ;o Inlet* pari In
tlie debate*,   i. austln,BeorstaiT.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
Patronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
But Located Hotel In NeUon
Apartments Blagant.   cuislue Choicest
Civility an.l Cleanliness.
Supervise,! by proprietor and wile.
ICI   ON   PARLE   FftANCAIS
F. MoKlbben, Rossland; J. Cosgrove,
Calgary; H s. Sirnmons, Greenwood;
J. J. Bums, G. VV. Adams. A. .1. nirtch.
Vancouver; E. St. John, Stillwater; W.
C. Rankin and wife, H. R. Flute. Miss
Macdonald, Toronto; J. Milir. London;
W. .1. Masley. Cobalt; Capt. C. I'addon.
P. (i. Trotter. Crawford Hay: R. Weaver, Victoria; R. Clarkson. A. 11. liuck-
worth, G. H. Weatley, Ymir; H, M.
Stevenson, Ainsworth; G. Dunn. Montreal: S. J. Harlow. Naktisp: H. Johnson and wife. Sandon; F. VV. Stockton.
Cuelph: M. R. Grant, VV. G. Bate, Winnipeg; A. Anderson. H. O. Bull. Montreal; J. Mulligan, G. B. l^ord. Halcyon:
VV. Richards, England; W. 11. Laity. U.
S. Grant. Oregon*! H. Nichols, Ymir; E.
G. Kerr, Rosaland,
Cor. Varnon   and "Ward Str*aa>tai,
NELSON, F��. C
<1 M. Wright. A. F. Webber and wife,
Vancouver; J. R. Anderson, Victoria;
J. E. McAllister. Greenwood; F. VV.
Guernsey and family. Trail; VV. II. Herbert, F. 0, Mulier. Winnipeg; D. Mr*
Nicoll and wife, Misses 1J. and M. Mo*
Nic,11. Masters H. and C. McNIcoll. M.
.1. Robertson, Montreal: M. Martin, VV.
C. Martin, Rossland.
QUEEN'S
G I). Wheeler, Tacoma; D. C. Mac
kendo and wife, 11. J. Wilson and wife.
Winnipeg; A. M. Snyder. Sacramento;
S. Wilkinson, Ashland; G. (i. Barber, A.
Dunn. Calgary, G. Hutchison and wife.
Ontario; L. Wlnalow. Mrs. S. D. Millar,
Hiluee Albert; R. E. Hilton, New Denver; Mrs. F. VV. Gllroy, E. .1. Walton
and wife. Miss N. Morton, Medicine
Hat; Mr*. F. Collins, .1. Seller. Miss II.
."���Vint. Mrs. C. Better, Poplar Point; S.
B. Avery. Ymlr; VV. E. .Vlullin, Yonkirs:
.1. R. Edmonton. S. E. Oliver. Procter;
i; II. Saddler, Comapllx; T. H. Loader.
Vancouver; R. II. Irvine and wife. Saskatoon.
GRAND CENTRAL
P. J. I.vdon, Grand Forks; C. Van-
Camp, Shields; VV. Linton. Gray* Creek;
.1 Quiiui, Ilairop; M. Riidiiian. Seattle;
.1. .lo/ics, Moyle; H. R. Mcintosh. Nova
Seolia; .1. Lewis, Hiswell; A. McAllhur.
fl. iRnor, Salmo.
HARTLETT.
G.   M. Gordon.   Uossland;   .1.   II.  Connolly, Erie; F. C. Lester, Procter.
ROYAL
ll   Rainbow, Revelstoke; W. Wallace,
Sloi-nn;    VV.   Johnston.   Edinburgh;   G.
Hawes. Toronto;   A.  Sutherland. Ymlr;
VV.  Symms, Crescent Valley.
TREMONT
I Willooks, 8. S. Moyle; F BdwaTdi,
Waverly; T. Porter, J. W. Shaw. England; C. P. Sheppard. Kaslo; .1. Baker.
K\sliaw; s Ranken, Nakusp; R. Young,
Cottonwood j M. Ryan. 0. Arempenso.
Caallegar: a. lianiB, Wllllow Point; J.
Margitry, J. P. Creston, Procter; J.
Wright, Camborne; J. Macintosh, i*vi*ku
���on; W. II. Cuwley. 8. Lancastle, J.
Hill. Salmo:  J. Nicholson. Beasley.
Aa McDonald &Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealera in n tuple and fuuey Groceries,
Butter, EggB-
Camp and Miners' Sappltea.
LOST.
I OLD "'ll A IN, between Hoover nnd Vernon
HtreelB HullKble reward will be paid for It*
return.    Mclicriiitd A- MeHnrdy.
A I'KAHI. BtJHBDRNT   I'IN.   Finder   return lo
thlMo/Tl'e    Ktwurd Offered.
1'Allt T��V hAltK  BLUE OOOOIsES, on   Baker Ht.
Will   IIinter  id-pant* leave tbein at the Hndson'ii
Hii v Hi.m' uml reeelvo |'�� reward
TO LET
TWO   I'lKHI'-i-i.AMH  ROOMS, mam l,(*sI, I      Ap.
,,i v hoUMkeeiier. 3rd Oat. K, W. U. block,
mm
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Copper  near  Kamloops.
Smith Curtts, in an interview in Un'
Rossland Miner, spanka highly of the
(x>|!p��'r  proHpects in  the neighborhood
nf Kainloups.
Hume  School  Board.
Thi- adjourned meeting of the board
of trustees uf the iliune school district
will be held in the school building Monday   night   ut  S  o'clock.
Methodist Services.
Lawn  Social.
The ladies of the Haptist church were
hostesst's yesterday afternoon and evening at a very successful and enjoyable
lawn social on the grounds of the pastor's   residence.
Methodist  Services.
Th.- -subjects tomorrow at lhe Methodist church will be; Morning. "The
Alibiing Piesenee of God"; evening,
the*second of a series of -JO-minute ad
dresses on Bible characters, subject.
"Amos the Shepherd had Who Mecunie
a Prophet."
Urged to Affiliate.
A meeting of the employees of the
C. P. R. car and machine shops, held
last night, was addressed by \V. R. Trotter, western organizer for lhe Dominion
Trades and Labor Council, who urged
the local men to affiliate with the l>o-
mlnion Council.
Baptist Services.
At the B&ptlst church tomorrow morning the subject will be "How thhe Word
Grew." In the evening the pastor will
speak on gleanings from the Summer-
land convention. The electric lantern
will bt1 used in illustration of the hymns
and solos.    Mrs. Shanks will sing.
Holidays  in   Nelson.
D. M. McN'lcoll. firm vice president of
the C. P. R. company, spent last evening
in Nelson, un his way Eaat, He was
simlpy taking a holiday trip with his
wife and family and had no news to
divulge. On the progress and prospects
of the country generally Mr. McNicol
is, as usual, optimistic.
No   Codling   Moth.
J. R. Anderson, deputy minister of
agriculture, has finished his duties in
Kootenay and leaves for Victoria tonight, lie was here to Investigate two
matters especially, a rumor of the presence of codling moth, which he found,
after thorough search, to be absolutely
unfounded; and a report of cattle i>ois-
oning in East Kootenay, it was thought
by some plant. He discovered that the
cattle had sickened from rooting a
cache of powder.
Midsummer Dance.
The invitation under the auspices of
members of No. 2 company, R. M. Ft.,
held in the armory last night, was a
very enjoyable affair. By It' o'clock,
when the dancing began, it was cool
enough for comfurt and kept improving
until the dancers retired at about 2.
No decoratioti was attempted but the
armory is always attractive, a dainty
supper was served shortly after midnight, and the music furnished hy
Curtis'  orchestra  wns  excellent.
20.000 Club.
The executive committee of the
20,000 Club met last uighl and received
the report of the **ntertaYnment. committee. There were present*. T. G. Procter,
K. K. BeeB-Um, H. Wright, W. H. Jones,
1. G. Nelson, K. W Wlddowson, R. G.
Joy, A. W. Dyer and Secretary P. G.
Kbbutt. The recommendation to accept
the offer of the Los Angeles Lyceum
Club for a series of six entertainments,
musical and literary, to be given monthly from October to March, was adopted.
A promenade concert and smoker will
be given on August 8th.
Brain   and   Nerve.
Edward Litchfield, a boy employed
by the Canada Hook and Drug Co..
saved the Elliott block from destruction
and Nelson from a seriouH fire yesterday
afternoon about 4:30. He entered the
company*! warehouse. In the basement
of the block, for a can of gasoline. He
needed a light and struck one. when a
can of gasoline took fire. Without a
moment's hesitation the hoy hurled the
can through the -floor, thereby saving
the explosive contents of the warehouse.
A rubblHh fire Htnrlcd in the rear, but
the prompt arrival of the fire brigade
ended  the  danger.
Price* of Mttsls.
New   York.   July   27.���Silver,   GQ%c;
copper. 20%c;  lead $5.25.
London, July 27.���Silver, 31   lll-lfid.
The Store of Quality
Preserving
Berries
$2*00 pet Crate
Fresh in every morning. An
excellent chance to get your
preeervinr, fruit at a moderate
coat.
CASH TALK8ATOUR STORE
Rob.KLHood&Co,
K. W. 0. Block . Phons) 10.
T & B
COFFEE
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
BE GOOD.
C A. Benedict
Corner Silica and Josophint* 8ts
PHONR 7
Flower Horns
For Cylinder
Talking Machines
If you haven't got a flower horn on
your machine you are losing 50 per cent.
of the pleasure and satisfaction you
might otherwise he deriving from it.
The difference they make can only be
appreciated by hearing. Come in any
time and let ua demonstrate the great
improvement they make in 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
SHSESiS.* "a  Nelson, B. C.
pHont a-*.
PERSONAL.
II C. RrlggH returned to the city last
night   from   Halcyon   Hot   Springs.
F. W. Guernsey came over from Trail
last night and is at the Strathcona.
liorage G. Nichols, manager of the
Ymlr mine, arrived In the city last
night and is a guest at the Hume.
Fred O. Uttle. of Creston. 0. P. R.
fire warden, returned from Kaslo yesterday and went to HosHland. He
leaves for home tomorrow  morning.
Mm. wmouKhby Cum ruins, a prominent member of the .National Women's
Council of Canada, arrived in the city
last night and is the guest of Mrs. Colin
^Cummlna. The members of St. Saviour's
������branch of the Women's Auxiliary met
her this afternoon.
Choruses in Costume.
The beautifully costumed chorusefl of
the "California Girls.'' "Simple Country
Maids," Yankee Doodle Girls," "Hroad-
way Girls," "Linda Girls and Hoys."
"Western Girls and Hoys," etc., presented In the musical comedy "The Girl
From Frisco," Is a feast for the eye.
This comedy will he presented by the
' I'ride of New York" Co., at the opera
house on Wednesday. This will he one
of the big events of the season. This
company receives a heavy guarantee
each evening, and Ir guaranteed to be
the original company which played the
Lyric theatre. New York CHy, under the
management of the Shuberts, not a No.
1! company
3 to Consider
24    LOTS,   an   excellent   block.     fSOO.
Easy terms.
5 ROOM   HOUSE.  Hoover  St.,  aplendld
garden, fruit tresa, etc. $1,500; one-
half cash, balance $15 per month,
6 per cent.
6 ROOM HOUSE, verandali, garden, one
and a half blocks from car line.
��8r-0; 1375 caah, balance eaay.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER  ST.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wtloll'KHll'  HIUl    K.'lnli   PcultTS   In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on shortest notice and
lowest price. Nothing but   fresh and
wholesome meats and supples kept in htock
Mail ordors receive careful attention.
E.  C.  TRAVES.   Manager.
Is Renowned
FOR
It5 5ceaiei?y
Its Business Energy
AND
KODAKS And A11 Accessories!
-     (Fresh Stock Twice a Weeki
This is the season for taking photos of
Kootenay s unrivalled scenery.
TOURISTS,   We can supply you with
anything in the  Kodak line.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd
COR   DAKEi.   and   WARD. Phone   81
NELSON    IROIN    WORKS
ElNOItSliKR**    A1NI>   CUNTHACTOR8
KOL-NDHRS A.IND
MACHINISTS
B.   A.   ISAAC
R.   W.   HINTON-
kapulrlna mi.l .lol.l.lMjf axawutud with I laNfiiil ajfri.    HHt*a��t Mats.
Work, JMItilitic mihI Allll  Mi��clilnwr> .      IVIiinulitcturaraul
Ora  Oiii*m,   ta.   ta.   Ciinlravtora'   Oasrat.
SSSr^JSS*"*   ' NELSON,    B. O. ftttJ
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
AK'tit i***"*- TriiM*���u Lannabu
su,i Pelerboro fauo-es.
Finest l.ot "t   Koats In  B. C.
H.   L.   LINDSAY
���fool .,1 Josephine St.       Tel   Ala
RASPBERRIES
WE   WILL   BE   RECEIVING
PLENTY   OF   RASPBERRIES
IN   THE  NEXT   FEW   DAYS
AND ANY ORDERS LEFT
WITH US WILL BE
PROMPTLY   FILLED.
A.Q. LAMBERT & C0J
MANUFACTURERS    f  ^^U^am     Cf.l~.~1~.
AND DEALERS IN    JLtttllDef f   OHlfigleSt
Ltith, yyiouldln^s, Doors, Window*,
luriiud Work nnd UrucketM. Mall Ordera prooiptlj attetMi
VBHNOIN SIUII.I     -   -    -    MII.IUIN. B. ��.
The Hall Mining and Smell
Company. Limited.
INEUSOIN, B. C
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores]
J. A, IRVING & CO,
Txlopbone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
NELSON,     -     B. C.
W.   a.    GIUUETT
Contructur   an-tl
nnflnST
K.il��- RK.-TII d.r lhe 1'orio Klro I.utnlxT Co., I,W
i.i.ti,   .n::-      I:** v :, Kii.t .li,-..-.*!  mint*, r    turiifil
work ,* ���: : bnuUcatf, ' ..��-t lath and ��� Mium ���. p*ili
Hid   thmr*.    <Vtnijiii, brick   ami   11 mc  (<>r  aale
Autotuatii- urliidur.
Yard and fa< u>rjr: Vcruon Ht.. eaatot Hall
Mil-NHN,    II. -C.
P. U   U��i ai. lYlephnne 171*
Sherman's Opera House
TWO 1NIOI-ITS ONUV
WKliNIWDAY ninl THURSDAY
July HI. Auk. 1,
Thu vory funny MiihIcuI OontSd} BttOOCM
"The Girl from Frisco''
by tha "Prldo ��r New York" Co.
A MuniCHl ComsdjP III tWO Ac^Ih.    H|M'-
daily Coitumed Chorus.   Change of bin
'in   I'burB'luy nlnht.
Prlcei 500., lbi\ and $1.
S'MiIh on Hiil��' at  EtuUsorford'l Momluy
(ii'irning.
ANNUAL SALE
Of  UONliUIUS   In
F1T-REFORM SUITS
Vllllll'H lit
��� Ifi.ii", |18.00,jkl no In ****'' 0
All (inn Prion
��12.50.
EMORY & WALLEY,
I 'lt-R��form
Waiulrnho
THE LAST
SHIPMENT OF
SEMI-READY ""SS
J.  A. OILKER
HAKliK 8IWI  l*T, NBUSON.
s
STARKEY & C0.|
*VVholt>��Hla> I*>ro*vla��lona***it
Prtiduc-tj, - Rrult.
Uoveriiuiunt Orennmry Om Ponnrt Brtcaa rocelved w<nU7 *rreah ticB * |
rhurn.    Kor aaln by all InadluK (rrooera.
Olllcc nnd wnrvhoniw : Honaton Block,    Phona T��.
Josephine Street.       ...       Nelson. B. C
Spring is Mere
We have prepared for this season by passing into stock all
requisites for the rancher, gardener or householder.  Sp8"6!
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Spading I*'oiks, Tree Primers,
Tree Sprayers, Small Gardeu Tools, Etc.
Prompt attention  paid to  letter ordera.
J. H. Ashdown Hardw<
Company, Limited.
~-vtm* I
1       ���   "���!�� I , .���Ly*-��� ������ ���      a ������ ���* '-" ... I
Our fiuillllli.H ior turnliiK out Oalvanl��oil Iron Work ��**   <
dMOrlptlou nre ii in:tila-.l in the Kootonayn.
Eve Troughs, Conductor Pipes, S��<*J
Stacks and Furnace Work, etc.
SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
Wood Vallance Hardware Co., Limitc^l
Wholesale
ISHUSOIN
Retail

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