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IVOLI'MR   2.     NO.   67.
Lumbermen Are Accused
of Conspiracy
put Step Towards Prosecution of
Alberta Retail Dealers'
Assoc iatisn.
���Edmonton, auk ll.���Information wi***
foni out yesterdaj by inspector Wors*
al the Mounted Pollcu barracks
ar��uiK tbs members of the executive
nmlttee ui the Alberta Ketaii Lumbal
siers* Association with uu offense,
kvldeil lor by the criminal OOda, ln
lpect to conspiracies in relation to
umbiuaiioiu wherein every one
Illy ol an Indictable offence Is liable
I.. psnalty not exceeding Ji.uou aud
Ian Ibau   $2110   or   two   years'   Im-
^uniueui ur a corporation Is liublo to
eaaltj uoi Bioeedlnf ��1u.oijo aud uot
1 than 11,000, also conspiracies, cow*
aud agreements  with  uuy other
Sou ur with any railway, steamship,
^mbual  ur  liansporlut.lun   compuny,
aduly limn ibe facilities for transition, iu restrain  or  Injure  trade,
ireveut, limit ur lessen manufacture.
ureveui ur Usscu competition.
e persons charted  ure as  lollows:
|A    l'rlnct.  Caleary;    W.    S.   Clark,
"Dton, \V. 1). Breckar, Calgary; A.
Qrugau. t'algar; .   K.  W. Irwin,  Veg*
pie; J. UcUuuuld, Edmonton;  A. U.
Wstukliain;     U.   C.  Uourluy,
ombe; win. li.au, olds;  W. atuarl,
buy; VV. Iiarclaj, ���   an   I1..I111, and J
fclcN'looll, L.-tlilirldge.    Kach defend*
|ii�� charged with  three conspiracies,
ia lo say with  a conspiracy   con-
to the sections   mentioned,   with
laiadjuturs snd other   members   of
lUbtrta Retail Lumber Dealers' Ab-
plluu, with  the  members    of     the
ptaln    Mill    Association of Uritlsh
finbiii, and with another conspiracy
the* ilritihh Columbia Lumber and
gle   Association,    known    as    the
ht Association.
Inference to section M0 of the crlm-
*.�� shows that then* are four dlf-
Bt nays in which these sections may
tontrevened. It follows, therefore,
* there are in all one hundred and
l-lour different charges iu connec-
��'lth the prosecution. That Is to
tach one of lhe twelve directors
Alberta Retail Lumber Dealers'
ptiatlon Is charged wllh two differ
offences. Ilelow Is given lhe clause
Is criminal code of Canudu under
fch InloriualIons were sworn:     620���
ptasttona iu restraint of trade, tas
Jaed bj tin.* criminal code amend-
It act of iduu, which came Into op-
fon on Jau. 1, 1901.)
Ftr>* one Is guilty of an Indictable
(b-o and lable to a penalty not ox-
fiB lour thousand dollars aud uot
Hum two hundred dollars or two
" '"'lirlsuninent, and, If a corpora-
IS liable to a penalty not exceed
I11*" thousand dollurs uud not less
one thousand dollurs, who con*
* agrees 01 uriangeH with any other
J���, ur with any railway, Steamboat
pasporatlon company:
unduly unlliult the facilities
pnsportlng,   producing,   nuniuliic*
���applying, storing or dealing m
"niclo or coiiiiiiodlly  which may bo
mm of trade or commerce; or
V    Po  restrain  or  injure  trade  or
fusroe In relation   to  any  such  ur-
' or coininodity; or
t> To Unduly prevent, limit or lea-
l"o manufacture or production of
W��i 1 "rlk''"  or commodity, or   un-
-"iiauiy enhance  the  price  thereof;
.������..'"   '""'"ly     preveut     or   lessen
E  ...   ." '" ""* l>����liictlon, mantifa.'
���   mrclinso, barter,  sale, transports-
amnjil"1'' y of '"'*'' mc>i article or
[rawIty ot ,��� |h(, |irlco or |lmln.UIU,l,
~ '" r""U or property.
Etru!!i,t',""K '" iM�� "OUon shall he
fcne, ""|,ly to  combinations  of
I       "or employees  for   their  own
protection    us    workmen or
Alberta  Cattlo   Healthy.
V��ty.   Aug.   ai.-stock     Inspector
rn���,,r,','"'"'" A"'"rtn r"l"-! "' nhn-
lZ    ,'" fl"' ,ho   n""k'*t-     i1""
I bi i, '"" '"'u""y c��i"nenced but
l,.���' "f ""* <*"ltl�� will not bo ox-
[is   n " ''"""*" of n"mth�� nt. Ship
r     mt tummy wll 1)0 osooptlonallj
good.    The lata spring and heuvv  raliiB
have   made   tbe   range   very   good   and
glysn the stock a splendid opportunity
to recover from tba severe winter.
Abdication   of   Dowager   Empress   May
Be  Followed by Anarchy.
Washington.    Aug.     21 ���Cablegrams
announcing thut the empress dowager
of China proposes io abdicate at the
next Chinese New Year give added slg-
olflcanoe to the report mentioned re-
cenily regarding lhe possibly remote oh
ject of sending the big American Beet to
lhe Pacific In the early winter. As
Stated well posted commercial Interests insist that the four of troublous
limes In China when the empress dowager  steps  aside  more  deeply  concerns
tha high officials of this government
1 hau the prospect of any severance of
friendly relations wllh Japan.
Thai il.tp laid schemes with respect
to affairs In China are lueolintlng Is
the llrm belief of persons who huve
beam In touch with oriental affairs, and
there are at hand some fresh reriorts
or mysterious activity here and in Europe that give strength to the statements
that have been given in half whispers.
For one thing a Chinese person named
Kung Yu-W'ei, has been In evidence In
this country and In Mexico on some secret mission.
Kung Vu Wei wus once the tutor to
the present Kmiioror of China, an.l has
been recognized as u leader ol the progressive elemeut. His acllvltles excited
the Ill-will of the emperor dowager, who
marked him for death, hut he escaped,
und a price stlli is set uiKin his head.
After a visit to Mexico, the purpose
of which Is unknown, this fugitive
Chinaman is said to have very recently
placed a big order of some kind with
one of the big trading concerns of this
country, after which he departed for
Kurope. The mystery of bis mission
adds to the genera! Interest In the Chinese situation on the part of those who
have been wutchlng developments.
Hague   Conference   Unanimous   Against
Allowing Use of Exolosives From
The Hague. Aug 21���To all intents
and purposes, ns a result of yesterday
morning's silling of the committee the
throwing of explosives from balloons
and airships is forlddden.
M. lleerneert left this afternoon for
Brussels. Whlthat he goes holding highly pessimistic views concerning the
peace conference nnd believing that  the
American proposition for the establishment of n permanent international court
of arbitration ls doomed.
The llrltlsh delegates have received
instructions to act with vigor, and are
doing so. They are pushing forward
the American proposition und also arranging the delicate mutter of disarmament, which can only be put forward
at the closing session.
A feature of the opening of tbe Zionist Conference here this morning was
a grand speech hy Ur. Max Nordau.
Among other things he said thut Zionism was the Hebrew reply to antl-Seml-
tlsm. and the persecution of the Hebrew race throughout the world. It
was a vital question for Hebrews either
to accept Zionism or submit to national
disgrace or bankruptcy.
The Anglo-Jerusalem scheme, he declared, waa progressing favorably and
would become Ihe banner under which
Hebrews would light, show-lug the world
the power of their civilization. Every
Hebrew hud two countries-that of his
adoption and the Holy Land, and he
must be faithful to bolh.
Reject Lords' Amendment.
l.in<lon. Aug. 21.���With the Nationalists very wide awuke and nearly every
body else asleep after a nights long
session, the House of Commons al H.:10
this morning commenced Ihe consideration or the House of Lords' amendments
to the Evicted Tenants Hill. Practically
all the changes Introduced into the bill
iu poiJor-Jt oaom. osnou, joddn oqi tq
7.4D, and Iho weary legislators went
home after appointing a Committee to
confer with the Lords nnd attempt to
arrange the differences.
Insurance Men's Elections.
Toronto, Aug. 21.���At the convention
of life underwriters yesterday the following officers were elected: Honorary
president, E. G. McCronkey; president,
H. C. Cox. Cunada Life 0O.| vice-presidents, J. II. Reld, Sun Life, Ottawa.
C. P. McQueen, Great West Life, Calgary, E. II. Maohin, Manufacturers'
Life, St. John, N. B.I chairman of executive, M. H. Simpson, Norlh American
Life, Montreal; treasurer, F. II- Heath.
Federation Life, London; secretary, W.
S.  Milne,  Toronto.     Quebec was  select
ed us iho next place of meeting.
International Gathering at
Australian   Marksmen Present for
Practice for Palma Trophy
Toronto, Aug. 21��� The Ontario Rifle
Association's annual competition commenced yesterday. The flrst event was
ihe City of Toronto, seven rounds, at
600 yards aud 600 yards, and the scores
were: Serg.-Major J. Caven, 6th C. A.,
68; Sergt. G. W. Russell, G. G. F. G���
68; Staff-Sergt H. Kerr, 4th, 67; 8talT*
Sergt. G. Mortimer, G. Q. F. G., 67;
Capt. C. H. Vanderalay. 44; Pte. J. M.
Jones. 13th, 66; Pte. F. C. I lal I lie. O. O.
F. G., 66.
Lowering clouds, which broke about
11 o'clock Into drenching rain accompanied by a veritable fishtail wind made
rather poor weather conditions. Three
1-undred entries were filed with the
secretary, Capt. C. C. Harbotle, for the
Canadian Club match, which was the
feature of the opening. Notwithstanding the wind, which carried some of
the lead jiellets far aside of the mark,
the competitors made many pretty targets.
The list of competitors is really representative of ull Canada; also the truth
of Imperialism is given by the preoence
of a quartette of bronzed sharpshooters
from Australia. They are; McCally, of
Sydney; Morton, of Queensland; Arbell
and Edle. of New South Wales. Tbey
came hero to try for a few bulls at tbe
Among the old time Canadian marksmen from different parts of the Dominion are men from the permanent corps
at Halifax and the lucky thirteen from
Hritlsh Columbia. These Include Sergt.
Perry, the King's prizeman. Sergeants
Moscrop aud Rlcharson, and others of
Following are the scores In the Canada Club match; 1st, Cadet-Lieut. L.
Cotterill. Dundas, 48, ��30: 2nd. Lieut.
Little, O. G. F. G.. 44, 125; 3rd, Sergt.
Hancock, R. C, 44, ��20; 4tb, Lieut.
Stevenson, 77th, 44. $15; 6th, Pte. Andrews, Winnipeg, 43; Sergt. Northover.
O. L. C. 43,*M; Pte. Binnle, 91st Regt..
43; Pte. Henderson. H. I., 43; Pte. R.
Lord. 12th Regt., 42; Pte. H. W. Page,
48th Regt., 42; Corp. F. Stock, 91st
Regt., 42; Pte. W. A. Hawkins. 48th
Regt. 42; Pte. A. Taylor, 77th Regt.,
41; also six others with $4 each, and
thirty-one $1 each.
The following are prize winners; 1st.
Cunner F. R Fisher, C. A., 33, *20;
2nd. Sergt. H. M. Marsden, 9th Winnipeg. 33, (IB; 3rd, Sergt. O. Thompson.
York Rangers, 33, $12; Corp. H. Uors
worthy, R. C. 32, $10; Capt. T. Mitchell,
R L, 32, $5; Aromur 8ergt. 8cott, 43rd.
32, $5; Sergt. C. H. Tyers. 23rd, 32, $5;
Pte. G. Rowe, 46th, 32, $5; Pte. W. F.
Moore, 77th, 31, $5; F. R. Cogg, Oak-
lake. 31, $5.
The following also mnde a score of
31, winning $5; Lt. N. Smith, 24th:
Capt. J. tluckley. Winnipeg; Capt. T.
Domvllle, 14th; Sergt. H. Morris, 13th,
and Sergt.-Major Huggln. 13th; Capt.
W. H. Forrest. 6th D. C. O., 66; Lieut.
Nell Smith, 24th, 66; Capt. C. R. Crow,
30th, 66; Capt. A. Elliott, 12th. 66;
Gunner F. H. Fisher, 5th C. A, 66; Lt
W. H. Semple. 78th. 66; Sergt. G. S.
Curr, 6th O. A.. 66; Ilandmaster H.
Hnrtney. 48th, 65; Major W. Henderson.
48th. 66; Corp. Morrison, 90th, 65; Capt.
W. J. Taylor. Sth, 66.
In competition for teams of five, the
following were the five highest scores
claimed: G. O. F. G��� 300; 48th Regt.,
312; 7th Regt., 310, 48th Highlanders.
30 8;   13th Regt.. 300.
Foster In ths Field.
St. John, N. B., Aug. 21���Hon. Geo.
E. Foster, who Is In the city, said he
would accompany R. L. Borden through
Nova Scotia but beyond this his plans
wore uncertain. He might come lo New
Brunswick to speak at meetings held in
this province hut thero was a possibility that he would remain In Nova Scotia
for some weekB speaking at a series of
moetlngs to be aranged.
Death of Rev. C. McKillop.
Lethbrldge, Aug. 21.���Rev. Charles
McKillop, pioneer Presbyterian missionary, well known throughout thu
west, died here yesterday after a lingering Illness. He enme here from Ontario,
and had lived here for twenty-one years.
Prices of Metals.
New York, Aug. 21.���Silver, 68%c;
copper,  17%c;   load,  $5.25.
London. Aug. 21.���Silver, 31716d;
lend, ��19.
Round  the   World  Tour  Will   Be  Well
Advertised and End In Big
Welcome  Home.
Washington, Aug. 21.���When Secretary Taft left Washington Tor Columbus, Ohio, where he will definitely
launch Ms presidential boom, he will
not again be seen In the capital until he
has completed a tour of the world. He
has definitely decided to return from
the Orient by way of tbe Trans-Siberian
railway across Siberia and Russia, a
route which Mr. Taft is anxious to take
on tbe home trip.
Practical politicians of Washington
see in Secretary Taft's plans more than
a mere desire to "see the country" In
northern Asia. They Insinuate that
Mr. Taft has not forgotten the Joyous
reception of William Jennings Bryan
when he landed In New York from a
tour of the world, and that the fat secretary of war ls preparing for a similar glorious demonstration in his favor
when he arrives in New York In December.
Certain it ls that Mr. Taft's friends
and advisers have been quick to appreciate the beauties of such a reception, and the political managers of the
Taft boom are already planning to take
full advantage of all the latent possibilities of the situation.
Political boomers have always recognised the value which attaches to
foreign travel, and consider that their
candidate already has the nomination
in bis pocket when he undertakes a
world tour at the proper and logical
time. "Absence," reasons the political
manager, "makes tbe heart grow fonder," If attended by proper publicity tactics at home, so as to avoid proving the
truth of the old saying, "Out of sight,
out of mind." Such travel stimulates
interest In a candidate more than
stumping tours at home, if the proper
sort of press agents are secured to
"fake" cablegrams from the scene of
their candidate's triumphs.
It is stated that Secretary Taft will
make a brief visit to Toklo, where he
Is already known by reason of his trip
to the Orient in 1905. During his stay
In the Japanese capital at that time
Mr. Taft quietly accomplished much
tbat assisted In bringing tbe Russo-
Japanese Peace negotiations to a successful Issue. The problem of bringing
about an agreement between the Washington and Toklo governments that
will be satisfactory both in the matter
of restrictions ot Japanese laborers
from entering the United States Is now
one of vital importance, and it Is'the
general belief in Washington that the
secretary will tackle the question. If
be should be successful ln his efforts
the Taft boom would get a great deal
of free advertising in the press of the
As the secretary's mission to the
Phlllipines ls one of great Importance,
both to the Phlllipines and the people
of this country, he will get a liberal
share of the limelight during his stay
In the land of the little brown brother.
His return In December, When President Roosevelt has recommended to
congress tho new policies which be
hopes to see carried out by his succes
sor" ln office, will find the time ripe for
a general political utterance by Mr.
Taft. With such a concatenation of fortuitous circumstances in his favor, the
adipose secretary, by the exercise of
proper discretion, should find himself
several laps ahead of the other aspirants by the time the newspaper cartoonists are prepared to give a fitting
welcome to the new-bom year of 1908.
The most Important speech of the
western tour of the secretary will be
made on Monday at Columbus, when
Mr. Taft will outline his policies for
the benefit of the people of his home
state. He will not speak In Lexington.
Ky., until August 22, and In the In
terlum will probably stop at his old
home in Cincinnati!. The two days will
give him plenty of time to talk with
his lieutenants and managers, thus leaving his presidential boom In as good a
state as possible.
From Kentucky Secretary Taft will
proceed to Oklahoma City, passing
through St. Louis, and will deliver notable addresses In tbe new stnte metropolis next Saturday. The visit of
Taft will undoubtedly be the occasion
of tho greatest Republican demonstration to be held In the twin territories
during the statehood campaign, and as
such will attract national attention. It
Is stated that a strong feeling ln favor
ot Senator La Follette has developed
In Oklahoma and that Mr. Taft hopes
by his visit to overcome this opposition.
Following his Oklahoma speech. Mr.
Taft will make two addresses ln Missouri, at Joplln and Springfield. "Uncle Dick" Kerenes, Thomas Neiilrlng
hatis and other Missouri Republican
leaders are pushing tho Fairbanks
boom, whlcb Mr. Taft hopes to head off
by means of a few well chosen words
to the voters. The date at Lincoln,
Nebraska, Aug., 29, has been cancelled,
and Denver will be favored with the
presence of the secretary on that day,
after which he will leave for Yellowstone park.
Western Liberals Want
. Him Back
Good Report From Canadian Exhibits
in New Zealand���General
News of Ottawa.
Ottawa, Aug. 21.���The possibility of
the return of Hon. Clifford Sifton to
the federal government ls causing much
speculation ln political circles here and
throughout the west. That Sir Wilfrid
Laurier is eager that Mr. Sifton should
return ls unquestionable. Strong pressure is being brought to bear from tbe
west to bring this about, but tbe matter
seems to  be still  somewhat  unsettled.
It is felt ln the west that with Mr.
Sifton ln the cabinet again the unity
of the Liberal party in the west would
be assured, and Its full force as a fighting machine exerted at the next general
It ia almost certain that Mr. Pugsley
will be the official Liberal candidate In
St. John and will succeed Mr. Emmerson as minister of railways. All thought
of Mr. Emmerson re-entering the government has been abandoned* It is
clear, however, that he desires to return, and tbat he will resent tbe action
of tbe prime minister. Any mischief he
will do will be confined to New Brunswick.
The Canadian Manufacturers' Association haa forwarded to the government,
through Secretary Murray, a resolution
that Thanksgiving Day this year be on
Monday instead}- of Thursday. It ls
pointed out that Monday Is a more convenient day for those who wish to travel
home for the day, and that an interruption of business in tbe middle of tbe
week Is undesirable. Hon. Mr. Scott,
secretary of state. In replying to the
request noted that it ls tbe custom, both
In Great Britain and in tbe United
States, and bas therefore been the Canadian custom to have Thanksgiving D.y
on Thursday. However, he promised
that the government would carefully
consider the matter at an early date.
William Burns, secretary for the exhibition branch of the department of
agriculture, has arrived from Christ-
church, New Zealand, after winding up
all the business ln connection with tbe
New Zealand International exhibition.
He brings the gratifying information
that the four highest awards in the competition went to Canadian displays.
At a stormy meeting of the Hull
Labor club last evening lt was decided
to rescind the invitation which was extended to Henry Bourassa, M. P., to
address the labor gathering In Hull on
Labor Day. Instead, among the speakers will be Alphonse Verville, M. P..
McKenzie King, deputy minister of
Colonel A. Davidson estimates the
western wheat crop this year at 95,000,-
000 bushels. Alberta and Saskatchewan
will be about the average.
The Rouvllle, the patrol boat built for
the Mounted Police, will not be sent to
Hudson's Bay waters this year. There
is only one American whaler in these
waters and be Is a very law abiding
foreigner. The police for tbe posts at
Fullerton and Churchill will travel overland.
^���-M* 111 ���aU
ts a Month
always been prone to take Into consideration only those forms of athletics
whlcb we cultivate, and to discard those
which cod ���nd themselves to the interest an< p -' other nations. It
ls easy en-../��-***f0e, . '��s.
"For   Instance,   ,,.' ii/6ra '">n
have always been as disuse* f',
prowess ln Ice and snow sports '&��,*
have been ln field games, such as
cricket and football; but any comparison between us and them ls made Impossible because they follow one line of
athletlces and we another; moreover,
as many nations of the world practically do not go ln for games and athletics
(In our sense of the terms) at all, our
supremacy as regards these nations hat
consisted chiefly in the fact tbat we go
in for certain pursuits which they do
not. Supremacy is a somewhat misleading word In connection with the
subject. What we as a nation have had
every reason to be proud of are the
physical and moral qualities whlcb we
must possess in order to achieve the
standard of proficiency In athletic pursuits which we have so long maintained
"It ls sufficiently obvious, too, that
we have long ago reached as high a
standard as It Is possible to reach In
many branches of sport���cricket, for Instance. Consequently, if a continental
nation, such as France, takes up cricket
ln earnest, in the course of some twenty
years the French standard of cricket
will approximate much more closely to
ours than It does now. Hence its possibilities of lmorovement, when It does
come Into existence, will be Infinite.
Their scope of improvement Is from the
lowest standard to the highest; our
scope ls none."
Hofmeyer- Botha.
London, Aug. 21.���The engagement is
announced of Miss Helen Botha, daughter of General Botha, premier of the
Transvaal, to Mr. Hendrlck Hofmeyed
de Waa). The prospective bridegroom
ls a member of the English bar and is
now engaged In law practice ln Soutb
Young Italian   Manager  Badly' Wanted
by Toronto Police���Depositors
Are   Anxious.
Toronto, Aug. 21.���An agency of an
Italian bank, established here some
months ago ln a building at 180 Front
street west, by one A. Gianettl, wbo the
police say cannot be found, appears to
be ln temporary difficulties, at least a
warrant bas been issued for Gianettl,
who ls a young Italian new to the country, and his arrest will be effected Just
so soon as he con be located by the
officers of the Toronto detective department. Gianettl Is wanted to answer
the specific charge of stealing a sum of
money left with him by an Italian to be
forwarded to his family in Italy. The
complainant claims that his family did
I not receive the money, nor has the cash
been returned to the sender.
Fully a dozen papers acknowledging
the receipt of the money to be dispatched to Italy and singned by Gianettl
have been deposited with the city police with instructions to take action
against the man. Application for a warrant bas been received from as far west
as Fort William, and at present it Is
impossible to estimate the extent to
which the man Is Involved.
C.   B.   Fry   Discusses   Deterioration   of
British Physique.
On the much debated question whether
the English race is deteriorating as
compared with others, C. B. Fry, the
famous cricketer and all round athlete,
"The question as to whether we have
lost or are losing our supposed supremacy ln sports and athletics ts being discussed In several newspapers, not without some acrimony on the part of correspondents. One is a little puzzled to
know whether the question Ib really exciting genuine Interest, or whether It Is
being forcibly brought forward as the
latest sample of what Is called the "silly
season" question.
"The flrst point that strikes anyone
who considers the matter Ib that our
supremacy In games and sports has always depended ln no small degree upon
(he fact that the practice of them was
for a very long time almost entirely confined to ourselves.    Moreover, vo have
Papers ln the possession of the police
Indicate that sums varying from $250
down were left at the bank for transmission and one estimate of the business places the figure up ln the thousands. Upon receipt of Information by
the New York branch of the ajlanco
Gianettl, one of the leading olllcers and
directors, D. E. Angelus, Immediately
left for Toronto to aacertatn the true
state of affairs. He stated to Inspector
Duncan, of the detective department,
that the bank which he represented was
a very wealthy one and If there were
any defalcations shown upon Investigation In Toronto, the bank would make
good any Bbortage. A sheet he produced showed that several amounts complained of as not having been Bent were
In most Instances with some delay. The
forwarded from here to New York but
solvency of the bank Is in no way affected and tbe business of the branch
will be continued.
Montreal. Aug. 21.���Jno. Shlrelow
was elected grand master of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Baltimore Unity, at tbe annual session last
Toronto. Aug. 21.���The flrst year's
work of tho Life Underwriters' Association of Canada is regarded as successful. The first "convention wss brought
to a close by a banquet last night.
Montreal, Aug. 21.���An Itallon laborer was fatally Injured by a premature
discharge of dynamite while engaged tn
blasting tor a sewerage drain yesterday
afternoon. He died of his injuries last
C. P. R. Telegraph Operators Refuse to Join
Employees at Montreal and Toronto
Decline to Break Connections
With Non-Unionists.
Montreal, Aug. 21.���As a result of the
meeting of the C. P. R. telegraphers
last night there ls every indication that
for the time being the operators of that
company will not go on strike in sympathy t ith their colleagues across the
border. The meeting, which was well
attended, was held behind closed doors,
but it wss learned that the men would
continue to work and would not persist
in their demand that tbe chiefs should
not operate wires to and from United
States centres where non-union men
were employed.
Toronto, Aug. 21.���The C. P. R. telegraphers met in Toronto last night and
voted down the proposal to strike.
Foreign  Market  Found for  Or* From
Cobalt  Mines.
Cobalt, Aug. 21.���Germany la reported
to be affording an Increasing market for
Cobalt ore. The Niplsslng mine has
arranged for the aale of Ita Cobalt ln
that country, and a large income will
be derived from tbla source. The
Tretheway mine haa alao large quantities of the ore, high in this metal and
low ln silver, and tbe -company will
probably look to Germany to purchase
The Silver Bird mine has two 35-
horse power boilers, a steam winch,
steam hoists, and two steam drills, with
other modern machinery installed. On
two of the veins of this property a shaft
has been sunk 26 to 30 feet and at the
126-foot level of the main shaft, drifting
and croBScutting ls still being carried
on.   The company has 22 men at work.
Interest still continues ln the Elk
Lake dlBtrlct, ln James Township,
where the latest reports are ot valuable
finds being made there.
During the strike of the miners at
Cobalt the companies are busy getting
in machinery and placing lt in position.
Many of the new mines have ordered
plants or parts of plants, but there are
complaints that- much difficulty is being found in having lt delivered.
Though Cobalt camp ls only about
two years old, it Is estimated that by
the time the North Bay smelter ls completed, about 200 mines will be ready
to ship ore, while several properties at
Larder Lake are also expected to be
prepared to send out ore.
Montresl. Aug. 21.���Paasengers were
suddenly thrown out of an open car to
the pavement by the force of a collision
between an Ontario and a northbound
St. Denis car last evening. One lady,
Mrs. Hlrous, was unconscious when
picked up.
Excellent   Crop  Reports   From  Alberta
and Manitoba.
Hartney, Man., Aug. 21.���Wheat gutting In the Deleau district near here ts
now going forward on a score of farms.
Messrs. Deleau, Blanchard, Blavter, Re-
marcle, Chtcerne, Desmarls and Col-
leaux all have their binders at work
cutting ripe wheat, starting Monday
and Tuesday of this week. The crop Is
good. Deleau Is a very early district
owing to the light soil. It was first to
sow wheat tn the spring.
Lethbrldge, Aug. 21.���Threshing commenced yesterday on a farm of B. F.
Johnson, seven miles south of Lethbrldge. No frost was felt here, the low-
eat being thirty-six degrees.
Naughty Nurse Girls.
Toronto. Aug. 21.���Five young lady
nurses of the Victoria Hospital, who
were caught Saturday night In the act
of entering tbe nurses' home by the
window Instead of the door, bave been
discharged. The young ladles had been
visiting a town west of London and having missed their train were unable to
reach the city until some time after
the closing hour. They secured a ladder,
entered by a window, and were then
surprised by the lights being suddenly
t in ned ou, revealing the presence of
Miss Stanley, lady superintendent.
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ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vioe-President
Branches in 3ritish Columbia:
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But that reduced output is not being
devoted exclusively to the requirements
of British Columbia smelters. The
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company, in direct violation of its charter, ts diverting
a large proportion of the output, be-
twt'wi 4t" and 50 per cent., to American
smelters, especially to the Black Baffle
smelter in Montana. The motives for
sui*h a course can only be Inferred. It
offer* a shorter haul, presumably to as
pood a market, and the hauling is done
by the Great Northern Hallway Company whose head is generally believed
to be heavily Interested financially in
the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company.
The result is that the Kootenay and
Boundary smelters, in spite of the
clause in the coal company's charter
placed" there for the express
purpose of protecting them and
through them the people of Kootenay, are suffering, not a trilling
reduction which they could endure
for a time, but a reduction of fully
half the supply they need. In consequence they are crippled. Their operations have to be curtailed below the
point of economy, and may have to be
discontinued altogether.
A commission to investigate the
causes of the coke shortage, as suggested by our contemporary, might reveal
some subsidiary causes, but it hardly
seems worth while. The chief determining cause is the diverting by the
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company of a
large part of its output to American
smelters in direct violation of the terms
of its charter.
The simple and obvious remedy ia an
appeal by the people of the Kootenay
and Boundary districts for the enforcement of compliance with the terms of
the clause in the company's charter
which requires it to supply British Columbia's needs first.
Nelson Land District, District of Weet Kootenay
Take notice thai K.W. Mini tti, Prank Flanagan, ami A. 8. Elder, ol Spokane. Waah., oecupa-
tlon ranch-urn. Intend to apply for h special
timber liceuce over the following daecrlbed
UUlds: ('ommencing at a pout planletl at the
���niithweKt corner, about eight miles Irom tlie
Kootenav   river,   ou   the   moot side,   ami   about
three mum north of the International boundary
line, on the weat bank of Brldg oreek, on  thi
north fork, thence north 80 chain*    tncinc   east
no chaina. tbeneesouth BO chains, thenoa *��������>
chain" to pointotoouuneneement, end contain-
ing '���*" ucrea. tuoi'e or tuna
Dated July 19th, 1907. K.W   Smith,
Kf4nk Pi am *��������� is,
A. S    BlDtti
K. W. SMITH, Agent,
Nelson Land District.   District of Went Kooteua
Take notice that R. S. *-. Smyth, of Procter, B.
C, occupation lumberman. [Dt*ndl to apply for
a special timber licence over the following fle-
scribed lands:
No. 1. Commencing ata post planted near the
nortbeaat ooraorpoel ol Lot i*o 3648.on Lemon
Creek and markeil K. S P, Smyth -outhwest cor-
oerpoet No 1. thence 40 ohalni north more or
less to about midway of I lie smith boundary line
of timber licence No. 9866, theuee 80 Chalm east,
thence 40  ebalua  aouth. theuee  -4U  chains east,
thenee40 chains south, iheuce no ohalni tan
more or leas to the southeast corner ol aforesaid
Lot  No. 3641. thence 40 chains   north, thence 40
ehains wett lo tbe point of commencement.
Dated 28th July, l'J07. R. 8. F. SMYTH,
Henry Relchert. Agent.
Nelson Land District. Dlstrlet of West Kootenay
No. 8
Take notice tbat J. K. F. Stewart, of Colling-
wood, Out., occupation lumberman, intends to
apply for a special limber licence ��ver the following described landa; Commencing at a prist
planted about 55 chaina soutti an<l liicbalu* west
of poat No. 2, marked J. R F. Stewart's N. E. corner post, thence soutb 160 chains, thenoe west 40
chains, thence north 160 chaini). theuee east 40
chaina to place of commencement coutainlug640
acrea more or lesa.
July *4th, 1WT7. James Et. F. &TMWAAT.
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We arc showing our firs* importation of Ladies'
Coats. The very latest and uohbiest styles in cloths,
etc. Now is the time to make your selection when
stock is complete. No two -coats alike, we invite inspection.
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All monies paid in settlement ot The Daily
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R. L, Borden's campaign began with
a magnificent public meeting in Halifax
last night. The Conservative leader appeals to the country on the principles
he has advocated and fought for
throughout his whole public career:
clean elections, clean civil service, more
care in choice of assisted immigrants,
and public control and regulation of
public utilities and public participation
In the   profits  from  them.
The situation in Morocco Is distinctly
disquieting. The nominal rule of the
Sultan of Fez has disappeared. The
French army now confronts hordes of
warlike tribes who must be beaten in
detail. The reported conduct of the
Spanish troops will not enhance Spain's
prestige In Europe.
Wednesday,   August 21,   1907.
Since the first of August there has
been a scarcity of coke for smelting
operations in tbe interior of British
Columbia. The situation has grown
steadily worse since the beginning of
the month until, linally, last Saturday
morning, tbe Oranby smelter ceased
operations. The maiKigiMiirnt of the
Trail smelter has since given public
warning that unless there is an Immediate ami substantial Improvement in the
situation they will be unable to treat
any OTei except the product of the
mlnea In Kossland owned by the same
There are only two custom smelters
at present ln the interior of British Columbia, those of the Hall Mines Co., at
Nelson, and the Canadian Consolidated
Co., at Trail. The former has already
greatly curtailed its operations and has
almost ceased to be a purchaser of custom ores. If the same course is forced
upon the Trail smelter there will be no
market left In Kootenay for the output
of Its mines. It is well known thai
there are very few mining companies
In Kootenay that can afford to continue
producing ore if they cannot dispose Ol
their product. If the smelters cease to
receive ore the mines must cease pro
ducing it.
General financial conditions in the
Canadian west have for this year, prac
tlcally killed the Kootenay lumberman's
market. If a partial suspension of activity in the lumbering business should
be followed by the closing down ol
smelters and mines the result would be
a serious set back to Kootenay and an
immediate end of the period^of renewed
prosperity so generally and Confidently
anticipated a ftw months ago.
Any action that can be taken to avert
such a catastrophe should not be de
lay ed for one day.   It is not the inter
est of any one industrial establishment
that Is at stake, It is the common interest of the people of Kootenay.
While reference has been made in
discussion of the question to a shortage
of cars, smeltermen generally admit
lhat to be an insignificant factor. The
great trouble is the shortage of coke 1
supply available for Kootenay smelters.
That Is the dominant feature of the situation. 11 the causes of that shortage
can be removed the whole evil will
speedily be remedied.
It may seem strange that a shortage
of coal or coke Is a possibility in south
eastern British Columbia. The coal
fields of East Kootenay and Southern
Alberta have been heralded as inexhaustible. The companies operating
there have been treated generously by
all the governments concerned in every
way��� Several of Ihem are splendidly
equipped, and, it would seem, should
he able to supply many times the present requlremeini of ail Lnductrles. One
company, the oldest, biggest and wealthiest of them all, the Crow's Nest Pass
Coal Company, is especially obliged by
lhe terms of its charter to supply British  Columbia smelters   first.
The normal output of coke at the
Fernie and Michel plants of the Crow's
Nest Pass Coal Company before the
strike and subsequent scarcity of labor
waa about 1,000 tons a day. The requirements of tbe tljree smelters depending upon that source of supply, tho
Hall Mines, Trail and Oranby, amount
to about 750 tons a day. The coal company would therefore under normal con-
diiions have a surplus of about 250 tons
a day to dispose of for smelting outside
a day to dispose of for other purposes
or for smelting outside the province.
The Dominion and B. C. Copper companies have other sources of supply.
But the present average output of
coke by the Crow's Nest Bass Coal
Company is only about 650 tons a day,
the reduction being consequent on the
interruption of work caused by the
strike of miners early in the spring, and
the scarcity of labor which has been experienced since. Still, if that amount
were supplied to the smelters of British Columbia���as the charter of the
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company expressly provides���the shortage would
be Inconsiderable and would not materially affect the situation. It would not
cause the closing down of any plant
nor the laying oft of any considerable
number of employee*.
Dr. Falconer, New President of Toronto
University, Alms High.
Nelson Land DUtrlct DUtrlct of Weat Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry Relchert of Nelaon, B.
C , prospector, intends to apply for a ape-rial licence to cut and carry away timber from the following described landi:
No 6 Commencing at a poit planted near the
northeast corner post of Timber Licence No HH
and marked Henry Relchert northwest corner-
post No 6, thence SO rlialtis loath, thence 80
. riMins east, thence 80 chains north, thenoe 80
chains west to place of commencement.
Dated July '26th, Itftri.
No. 7. Commencing at a poll planted near the
northwest corner [>"-t of Umber licence No 9265
and marked Henry Relchert S. west eorner post
No 7. thence ISO chain* aaat, thence 40 chainn
north, thenee 160 chains west, theace 40 chains
south to point of run in en  . n,* lit.
Dated July :26th, 1907.
No. 8. Commencing at a poit planted on Monument creek about 70 chains more or less from
where Monument creek empties into Utnnii
creek and marked Henry Relchert northeast cor-
nerpost No. 8 thence 160 chains nouth, thence 40
chaini wesi. thence 160 Ohalni north, thence 40
chains east to place of commencement.
Dated July KGtb, 1901,        Hi.nbv Keichirt,
NeUon Land District.   District.
Notice U hereby given that j
.1 West Kootenay
lays after  dale
I intend to apply'to the Chief Commissioner of
I-and s aud Works for permission to cut and
carry aw-ay timber from the following described
No. 4 Commencing at a j-oBt marked H. ti 8.
N. W. corner, '200 chains east of the N.K, corner
of lot Nu nl2, poit marled K. H. N.K. corner,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west bO cbains, thence north no chains to
place of commencement containing 64" acres.
Nu b Commencing at tbe N. W. corner of H
& 8. timber claim No 4, thence north 8u ehaius,
thenee east 80 chains, thence south 80 cbains,
tbence west 80 chain***! to place of commenc-ament
at location post No. 5, contaiuing 640 <i. ������ -
1. O. BOKBBIIBHHiiKN, Locator.
bt/)   Huicroft, Ageut
Dated July Sth, l'Afl.
Nelson Land District DUtrlct of West Kootenar
Take notice shat I'aul August I'aulhcn, of Kitchener, B. C, occupation lumberman, intends
to apply for a special timber licence over tiie lollowlng deicrlbed lauds: Commencing at a poit
Planted at tbe southwest corner of surveyed lot
��i\ ii I thence south to the northern boundary
of timber licence No. 7018, thence west to the
norlhwest corner of said timber licence, thence
south to the northern boundary of lot 812. them-e
following said boundary, of laid lor wett to the
right-of-way of the British Columbia Hou th fin
Kail way, tbence following said right-of-way In a
north-easterly direction io place of commencement, un I containing tiio acres, more or leas.
Dated Julv'2nd. 11W7.    PiTJL AcufST PaULao*.
Nelson Land Pliirict. District ot West Kootenay.
Take notice that \\ ill turn Andrew Kos��, of
Fernle, B. 0 . hotel keeper, lntendi to apply for
a Hpeclal timber [licence over tbe following des
cribod lands:
No. 1 Coin me nc ing al a post planted about
three ml M uorth of the international uoundary
line, and about eight mllM west ol the Kootenay
river, and about two miles norih of the nortn-
west corner of timber licence No. nobl, thence
north 80 chainn. tbWUM tut SO chains, thence
iouth SO chains, thence wait80 chains to point
ot commencement, and '-���outainiug 840 acrea,
more or less.
Located Uth tune 1907.
Ifo.Sl���Commenting it*poit planted at tn
southeast corner of -ft ilium \ Ron*l No. t claim
aud about tw.i miles north Ol the N. W corner
of timber liceuce No 80..7. thence north 80
chains, thence west wt chains, thence south BO
chains, thetiee ea--t 80 chains to the point of commencement, and contaiuing MO acres, more or
Located llth June. 1907.
No. 8.���Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge creek, about one mile esat of the northeast cornerof William A. Ro��s"�� No. 1 claim,
ami about five miles north of the tuternatloual
boundary line, thence north nj chains, thence
West 8u chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to the point of commencement,
and containing 040 acres, more or less.
located 12th June, 1907.
No- 4.���Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge creek at tne southeast corner of William
A. Koas' No. 3 claim, thence nortb HO chains,
thence east 80 chain*, thence south SO chains,
thence west fO -'hains to the point of comment e-
ment, and containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Located 12th Juue, 19U7.
No. 5.��� Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge creek, at the soutneast corner of William
A. Ross' No. J claim, tbence soutb 80 chain*,
tbence west 80 cliaiiiK. tbence north 80 chain*,
thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement, and couthmlug 640 acres, more or lent.
Located 12th June, 1907.
No. 6. ���Commeucing at a post planted near
Bridge creek, at the southeast coruer of William
A. Koss' No. 3 claim, tbence south 80 chaini,
thence east 80 chain*, thence north 80 chain*,
tbence west H) cbalun to the point of commencement, aud containing 640 acres, more or leia.
Located 12lh June, 1W/7.
No. 7.��� Commencing at a post planted about
one mile south of lhe*oulheast corner of William
A KoBa' No. & claim and about two inllei north
of tbe international boundarv Hue, tbeDce uorth
80 chains, thttnee weit no chains, theuee south 8u
chains, thence east m chaini to the point of
commencement, and containing *H0 acrei, more
or less.
Located tbe 12th of June. 1WJ.
No. 8,��� Commencing at a poit planted al the
southeast corner of William A. Ros*' No. 7 claim,
tbence uorlb 80 chains, theucu easl 80 chains,
thenoe south 80 chain*, tbence west 80 chains to
point of commencement, and conialnlUK 640
acres, more or less.
Located the 12th day of June, 1907.
Dated this.Mb day of July. iwn.
William Andrew Koas.
Halifax, Aug. 21���Leading citizens of
Halifax gathered last evening to bid
farewell to Dr. R. A. Falconer, now
president of the University of Toronto,
and about to depart to assume his new
duties. It was a great, popular demonstration. In honor, aa Premier Murray
expressed it, of one of the best all-round
men that Nova Scotia ever produced.
Lieut .-Governor Fraser presided over
the meeting, which was held at the
School for the Blind. His Honor paid a
high tribute to President Falconer, and
was followed by Archbishop McCarthy,
who had been chosen to make the presentation of a magnificent Bllver service,
Including tt cabinet of 166 pieces.
bishop Worrell, of the Church of Kngland, and acting Mayor Johnson then
made the presentation of a gold watch
and chain, and addresses followed by
Judge Snider, Hamilton, for the University of Toronto; Dr. Kleretead, representing Acadia and McMaster Universities; Rev. W. H. Bullock, representing
King's College; Rev Dr. Huestis, representing Mount Allison; President Forrest, representing Dalhouale; Rev. Dr.
Pollock, representing Pine Hill; Dr.
Fraser,  the  School for the Blind.
Dr. Falconer made a most feeling reply, particularly expressing his gratification that the farewell was so general.
He spoke of the pleasure In his previous
work and modestly said that in the responsible task he was assuming he
would try to do his duty. He urged
fellowship among those whose primary
Interest la the elevation of our country,
through inculcating in our students
worthy ideals, and hoped that ln Canada there might soon arise a distinct
type of educated manhood and womanhood. He looked to the day when Canada would have great Institutions equipped for research, and when the University of Toronto would have post-graduate schools which would attract graduates from the Eastern provinces.
Notice U hereby given tbal 60 dayi alter date 1
intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase
the following described lands, situated lu West
Kootenay district: Commencing at a post marked by name as Initial post of the South Fork
branch, one hundred feet from tbe Junction of
Losl creek with the south fork; thence one-
quarter mile to the northwest coruer poit.thence
one mile to the northeaft corner post, thcucc
one-quarter mile to the southeast corner post,
thence one mile to the place of commencement
June 27,1907.        l^ocated br W��  Connolly.
Nelson Land DUtrlct. DUtrlct of West Koolenay
Take notice that William Andrew Ron, of
Ferule, B C. hotel keeper Intends to applv Ior
a sp-Mcial timber licence over the follow lug dee-
crlbcd lands: Commencing at a jtost plaiili-d
ahout ill mllel weat of lhe Kooteuay river, on
lorn creek, in the Distrlcl of Well Kootenay
aud being aboul six miles nortb of the inlcr-
'iH". 'iNti boundarr line, and iltuate at the
northeast corner of William .Andrew Hobs' No
8 timber claim, thence uorlh 8n chains, thenee
west no chains, thence south M cbalus. thenee
east 80 chain*, to the point of commeuceiiu-ut
Located July 23rd, !'���".
Dated the tth of Aug   Mr:
William kXOMMft Ho��s
Nelson I.hii.I District. Dlstrictof West Kootenay
Take notice that f, KlUabeth Ferguson, of Nei-
boo, Hritlsh i '.<'. unit-la. 'nt . ['ti' ].>ti marrlt'd ITO-
it..- ���; .lend to applr for p'-rmiaston to pUTSlUWI
ibe lol low'Tig described laud : Com mend uu at a
post plained ln chain* weit of thi- southeast corner of section ' .*, Township '>''. Kootenay, ami
marked "E. F.'t N i: corner," ihenee west 8o
ehaius, thence south 40 >**halni, thenoe i-ait wi
chains, thence north 40 chai.n to the place of
commencement aud  containing   M   OOroa more
Nelson Uad District. Dlstrictof Weit looUto
Take nolle,, that John Phllbert nf J|,,W
Brltlah Columbia, occupation, saloot) kwt-rT
tends to apply for peratetm to*u52*
following   described   land:   Coramennn.   .
t ���. ��� r-  -> weal fiO chain
SOT5" _���***** �� rh��S I
wore or lea*, to Lost creek, thence tast IoUomh I
said ereek to point of oonuneoeeeHat 57 >
talnlng 480 ar-rt-n. more or let*.
D��ted June Mh. 1807. J*0H*�� f^iLim
Take notice lhal
tend to apply for
Arthur Alex. Fitch'i
l.Mh JuU, A. D. 1*_>7.
by W. A. ("aider, agent.
Notice ii hereby given tbat au days after date i
intend to make ���*������.. -Mion to the Honorable the
Chief Commissioner of l.ands and Works, Victoria, H. C , for a rpe< lal licence to cut timber on
the following described lauds In West Kootenay
district: Commenting at a post situated on
Bluebnrry creek, about four miles from Its mouth
and adjoining tiie N. W. corner of my application No. 1, thence south 80 chalm, tbence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thenee east 80
chains to point ot commencement.
Dated May itftk, fur,, k. .W Robinson.
Nelsou Land District.   District ol Welt Kootenay
Take notice tb��t  Moore,   Kepple A < o., of Oar-
land, I'euo , occupation lumbermen,   Intends to
apply tor a special timber licence over the lollowlng described landi:   Commencing ai a rost
planted on Mosquito creek, on the   west side of
Arrow lake, and -shout one half mile west of lhe
���ou lb west cornerof Umber limit No. 4877, thence
uorth 80 chain*, thence  west 80 chains,   Ihenee
south 80 ehaltio, thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement, and   containing (HO acrei, more
or less.
Dated 1Mb, July, ]*��7.     Moorf, KKi'Pl.R a\ Co.
John H  Calkins, Agent,
In the matter of an application for the Issue of
a duplicate of the Certificate o' Title for lot n,
and the weit half of lot 21, block 01, In the Town
of Nelion.
Notlee is hereby given lhat it is my I' tention
to luue at ibe expiration of one month after the
llrst publication nereof a duplicate of tho certificate of title for the above lands, in the name ot
Lydla Shields, which certificate Is dated the Slst
day of December, l'JOli, and uumbered 3WI a,
-li  v. MacLsod."
District Hegiitrir.
Take notice that 10 days alter date 1 Intend to
apply to the Hon the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Work*, Victoria, for permission to
cut and curry away timber from tbe following
described land, in West Koot nay:
No. 1. Commencing at a nost planted at the
southwest corner ol timber license Hfrffl, thenee
west 80 chains, thencu south 80 chains, tbenee
cast 80 cbains, thence north HO chains to place of
Daled May :tl, 1907.       J. T. IttlRosss, Locator.
J W. CoLBitRN, Agent.
No. 2. Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of application No. 1, ibence eant
80 chains, tbence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chaiui, ihenee south 80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated May :tl,1907.        ���  T. BVMMl. locator,
J. W. Colhi'RN, Agent.
Nelson Lam! District. DlHtrlet of West Kootenay
Take notice that I'aul August I'aulson, of Kitchener, B, C.f occupation lumberman. Intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the following deiorlbed landi: 'ommencing ata iiost
planted at the southwest coriiur of mm-yed lot
TBl-O.I, thence east 40 chains, tbence north HO
chains, thence esst to t ��� o sou t beast corner ul said
lot, thence north to the northeast corner of ���*-,. i*;
lot, thence east to the west boundary of pre-emp
tlon No. Vi-.1, thence south to the north boundary
of timber licence No. 8M8, UWKM West along
laid north boundary tothe northwest cornerof
said licence, thence south tothe north boundary
of timber licence No 7018 thenco west to n point
dim south of commencement, tbence north to
point o| commencement, and coutalulng niu
seres, more or less.
Dated July '2nd, 1907.    Paul Auoutrr Paulson.
Nelson Land District    District of West Kootenay
Tske notlco that Moore, Kepple A Co., of Oar-
land, Penn , occupation lumbermeni intend to
apply tor a special timl��er licence over the following deFt-rlbcd lands: Comrneuclng at h prist
planted on Mosquito creek, i u ihe writ side of
Arrow lake, and about one half mile west, of tbe
southwest corner of timber limit No. IH77, thenre
south 80 chains, tbence west HO chain*, thetiee
north ho chains, tlicnce ensl 80 chalri lo point of
commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
nr lesi.
Ditod Uth July, 1907. Moors, kipi-lbA Co,
John k. cai.kim, Agent.
Nelson Laud District. District ot West Koolenay
Take notice that William Andrew Bom. of
Fernle. U. C, hotel keeper, luleud* to apply ior a
special timber licence over the followlug described lands:
No. l.���Cummeuclng at a post planted about
80 chains easl of the northeast corner of timber
licence No. 807��, and about HOchalns north of the
uorthern boundary of timber licence No. Httlt,
and about 12 mile* west of the Koolenay river,
and about two and a half miles north of the^iu-
ternaliona. boundary line, in the District of
West Kooteuay, thence soutb 80 chains, thence
west HO chains, tbence north 80 chains, thence/
east 80 chains to lhe point of commencement,
containing MO acres, more or less.
Located 14th June. 1907.
No. 2 ��� Coin t ii coring at a post planter] at the
northeast corner of W'Hham A. Uoss's No. 1 claim
and about one mile north of the northern t>ouud-
ary of timber licence No. 8072, thence south HO
chains, theuee east 80 ehalus, thenre norlh 80
i inn'.-. thenre west 80 chains to tbe point of
commencement, ami <-onialug 640 acres, more or
Located 14th of June, r.��T.
William Andriw Kori.
Dated this Mh of July, 1907.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that 'ieorge Alexander, of Kaslo,
B C, lntendi to aptdy for a special timber
licence over tbe lollowlng described lauos*.
Commencing at a post planted at tbe north-Meit
corner of Section It, i owiishtp 7, Kootenay district, being about one-third of a mile south of
the sooth boundary line of tbe Indian reserve;
Ibence south about 3S cbaini U> the eanterly
hank of Kootenay river; iheuce loutheaiterly
along Kooteuay river bank about oo ehalus to
tbe south boundary of Hectlon 12, Township 7;
thence easterly about bo cbalus lo the northweil
corner ofLot aftll tbenoe north ho chain * along
the west boundary of Lot H12; tbence weit MO
chains to tbe point of commencement, and cod-
iniulng C40 acres, more or lesi.
Dated Julv 4. 1907. Wroroi ALKXaNI'BR.
Nelsou laud District.   District of West Kootenay.
Take notlre tbat Kvan McClelland Fraser, of
Fernle, D, ('.. clerk. Intends toapply for a special
UoeBM   over   the   following    described   land*:
Commencing at a post planted about seven
miles west of the Kooteuay river, anrl about one
mile north of the International boundary line,
ami aboul one and aquarter uorlh-eastcrly from
the uorth east corner of timber licence No. NB7,
thence south 80 chains, thence west HO ciialns,
theuee north 80 chains, tlience cast 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 64o
acres, more or less.
Located 12th, of June, 1907.
Kvan Mi ci.kli.an Friskr.
Dated this Hth of July, 1907.
-*���*.;���  si Laud District.   Dlstrictof West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1. David ti Kurtz, of NeUon,
B. ('., occupation merchant. Intend to apply for
iMTiulNslon to purchase the following described
laud: Commencing at a po*t planted at the
southwest coruer of section >i. lownshlp A9,
Kootenay, aud marked "D. (*. K.'s H. w. oornar,"
theuee north ��> chain*, thence east 40 chains,
tbence soutb Ho chains, tbence west 40 chain*
tothe point of commencement aud containing
A2D acres more or less.
16th July, 1907. Daviu <;   Kitrti.
W. A. Calder, agent.
Take notice lhat I, Thomas Harry W'lUoii. intend toapply for -;.. i-:. --i-n to purchase tbe lot-
lowing rlt-scritfcd land : Commencing at a po��t
planted at the S. K. corner of lot7,V*l8 and marked
N. K. corner, thence south In chain*, thenre
west 10 chalm, Ibence south io chain*, thence
weat 10 chains, tbence south 10 chains, tbence
wesl 10 chains, theiue south 10 chain*, thence
wesl 10 chaiui, tbence uorth 40 chaini, tbence
eaat 40 chaiui to point of commencement and
contalulug 100 acres, more or les*
JuneT, 1907. TSOXAI IIknry Wil"oN.
William ai.omi. Mill*. I gent
Nelson Laud DUtrlct. Dlstrictof West Kootenay
Take notice that I. John l.ang, of Nelson, H. C,
oociipalton miner Intend to spply for permi*
siou to purchaae the following fieei rlls-d lands ;
Com me md og at a post planter) al tbe N.K. of
Lot HO. thence easl .*" chain*, tnence soutb 20
chain*, ttience West B chain*, thenre north A)
chain* to point ut commenc-emeni, containing 40
acre*, more or less.
August 2nd, 1907, John Lano.
Notice is hereby given tbat (SO days alter date, I
intend to apply bt the Hon. Chief Coianns*ion*L*r
of Lands anil Work* (or permission to purchase
the following deicrlbed laud In West Kootenay
dutrlct, on west shore uf LoWei Arrow 1-ake,
adjoining l.'-t No.4948, on lhe south * lii-ginnlug
at a poit marked  "Marry   M* I ' <..!'-   N.K    corner
Iiosl an<l planted on lhe shore of Lowet Arrow
.ake, ai the southeast comer ol ("apt Foslnud'*
L424H, thence west 20 chains, tbence south 20
chains more or less to the north boundarv of H
Fullmore'i P. It , thence 2n chain* eait along the
said boundary to lake, thence north along the
lake shore 20 chains, more or leia lo point of
i ..in ti lent .'in fill.
May 2nd. 1907. J. D. Moor*.
Agent for Harry Mcl/eod.
tend toapply for permlaslon to pufchAM .tt <*.
lotting described lands:    Commptii-lor hib*
planted at the N. K. corner of Lot 14^4, la-iauT
ed B, K. oorner.   thence  norih -toehum SSt I
wesl 20 chains, thence south 4u <*ii��jJ( i*-tL I
t-a*i Ai chain* to  point ol eommeiicemtntTiJ I
containing w> acres, more or h *���-. ���
June 7, 1907. ArthvrAlix tTMmm
William UOOO Mill*. Agent
Tale notice that I, William K Jsrvli, j2
to ap.il) for permission lo purchase tu- �����.��
iiiK tlesr-rlbcd lauds: Comin-enrln* || | 3
planted at the H. K coruer of I>h ic* mt aw.
��������! northeast corner, tbence west to thi*
thence iouth 40 chains, thence eait 40 ;.(*.A
them--- north 4o chain* to point of hS
ment, and containing 160 acres more or ita.
Juue 7, 19U7. William KaniiAUintTa,
William al- mo Mill*, A|ut
Notice I* hereby given lhat six tydA-fiUwe*
1 Intend to applT to the lion ' !ii. Ii f.un'jam
��� ���f Ijiiid* and Work* forirermluln-a hifc-^a
tin' following deacribed tract of i*r, ; iiiwi
Weat Ko-ntcnay dlitrlct:     ' ���>mn.. i.. .:-.( i*.i��
Sim.!��� '. about one-half mile north from torn-J
ummlt croek, marked Jean >.amcroi'i41,
corner, thence eail 40 chalm. thei.w Mil
chaini, thence west 40 cbalus. UiidcikkuI
chain* to place of commencement.
- >r i May, 19U7 JlAK CiUU
William Haiiovb. A|tni
Nelsou ! kiiI District.   District of Weit lam
Take notice that Frauk   McDonald, : :>t** I
HrllUh Columbia, occupation mln��, MH| |
apply for permission to purebaaa the k':.-*rj* \
'-      '.������! i-iiiii"     Commencing at i mm (
north bank of Loit creek ana sfco-ilw |
���rlbed lands: Commencing at s poitr.uS I
on tbe no'th bank of Lost creek aai tie*
isterly from lhe junnlon of Ue a
anrl Halmou river, in the Nelson Iin! dMW I
l lie lite north 00 chaini, It en***-- rui a* rust I
tbence *outb 00 chains, thenre west ffthURl I
point of commencement, ami coQiAUUfel
acre*, n*- ���*���*. or leia.
Dated! June Mb. 190T. FaaNi VcDoui
Nelson Land DUtrtct.   District of West K
Take notice that deorge Hutu* Cartel
occupation, brldgeman, intend* to applv for t��-r-
in.--Inn lo purchase the following dene rlbed
land : Commencing at |a>*t planted at the north
weit corner of B. Ro**' application to pun-hase,
marked H. W., iheuce north 40 chains, thence
eait 40 chaini, theuee iouth '20 chatu* to A,
Curry'i pre-emption, thence weit .v ebalns.
tbence south 20 chains, thence west to chains to
place of commencement containing rju acres
more or less.
Dated July 12, 1907.        Ororok Ki ki - CaRTXr,
W. J. J-m-utt. Agent
NeUon Land Dlilrict. Dlstrictof Wesl KootenayJ
Take notice that (ieorge Storm, of Hillings,
Montana, f 8. A., occupation, merchant, in-
lendi to apply (or permission to purchase tin-
following described land: Coinmeiir-inir at a
post planted on the we*t shore ol I'pper VNbat-
shan (Cariboo) lake, and at the north we*l corner
of i ot 8139, Ihenee west *i chains, tbence south
40 I'hains, thenco east 20 chains, thenre north 40
���bain* to |Miintof commencement, ami contain
ing 8n
80 acres' more or less.
29th, 1907.
Tako notlee that C. C. Clark, n| Nelson, H. C,
saloon keeper, Intends to apply for a special timber licence over the following described land:
Commencing/at a post plumed on Moruiiig
Mountain, about one mile west of Hmclter .reef,
��� nd adjoining C. C Clark'* lucatlou lor timber
lleeneo No 1, and about one wile iouth of Nelson, thence west Ho chains, thenco iouth 90
chains, thelice cast HO cbalus. tbeuue north 80
chaini to plnco of beginning.
Daled July lflth, 19U7 C. C. CLARK,
David Booth, Agenl.
N'-Im-h l.mi'l District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice tbat Frank Flanagan, A H Klder,
and K. W. Hmlth, of Hpokane, Wash., occupation
ranchers, intend to apply for a ipeclal timber
licence over the following dt:*crlbed land*.
Commencing at a post pinuted at the southeast
corner, about *tx miles from the Kitolenay river,
on the we*t side, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thcucc sonth 80 chaini, ihenee
east HO chains to point of commencement, and
containing tun acres, more or less.
Dated July l'lth, 1907. Fiianr Flanaoam,
A   H. Ki.or.it,
K   W. Hmith, Agent for AppllcanU.
NeUon l-��nd DUtrlct. District of Wc*t Kootenav.
Tako notice that Walter McNeil, of hillings,
Montana, U. H. A., occupation merchant, intend*
toapply for permission lo purchase the following deicrlbed laml: Commencing at a post planted on the weit shore of I'pper WhaUhau (('ariUio)
lake, and at the northwest comer of Lot UN,
theuee west iiO chains, thenre north no ehnins,
thence oait 20 chains, thenr | xoulh HO chains lo
point   of   commencement,   and   containing   1A0
, more or less.
May 29th, 1907.
Waltkr Mcniil.
I, tho undersigned, after *0 day* intend to apply to thu Hun. tho ('hlef CommlsHjnncr of Lands
anrl Worki to purcha*c the following -le*-* 11 t-.-.i
land: Commencing at the Bt. K. 0, ol Lot 7M9
(1. I., theuco west 40 chains, thence north 20
chains, thence east 4o chains, thcucc south '20
chains to polut of commencement, containing 80
acres more or lesi.
Locate-' March 28th, 1U07. W. A. Mills.
Hlxlv days after dale I intend Uiipftu*
lion Chief CommUsloner of Landi nd IA
Victoria, B.C., to purchase th* lollowlate
���crlbed land, nltnated lu ibe We*t KwttMfO
trlct: Commeucing at a po*t plutal����
weat nit' of Koolenay lake, near ill**
point, and marked J. McKlnnon'i tl*
-pmt, thenoe west ��0 chain, ibew **>��� |
chain*, ibence east 80 chains more Of !���*����� '
shore, tlience along lake ihore to potfliae*
mencement. , .. _    ..
Dated April I   1907, Hlgned J MOf*
Neleon Ijiu<i Di��i... .   Dutrlctof Wntloee* I
Takf   notice  thai   ^.i ''ard Fra��r olJM| I
Montana,   L'. 8 A., occupstlon wuoiWM
tend* to apply  for pcrm*,����i<-.n to porreorw I
following   deacribed   U.mi *    comtwwWL"11
)N>sl planted on   tho a -I   ��uoreol Wf5__
shan (Cariboo) lake, a- d at ii-eionthM��t��2
.it   Let M89, tbence wi��.J.j ...aim. Uw����jJ!
fiO chain*, ibence east 20 chaini, tbco��K*��"
chain*, thence eaai 40 chains,moreprl��a-"
west ihore of  I'pper WhaUbae (isdwij
thenoe   northerly and   westerly ��lnil"fS
ihore 80 chains,  more or less, to pom*������
mencemeut,  and  conUlolng TX tem.wm*
'*May Mth. 1WL J^��_?i
Hlxty day* after date J intend to Mjjljjj
Hon Chlel Cammliiioner ol UnJ'"l^
lor permlulon to purchaie the ��� JJV
icrltd land in Weil Kooteea,' ����"��-J2
nicuolng at a j>ost marker! A C.liMjWJ
noruer Mt, ruunlng 40 chaini caiigttjj
the houndary of Timber licence No. "JS
���ontherly 50 chaiui. thenre w,e*t*,7h.cTl
th.-n.e northerly bH chain* auni IMV��-
track to the place of eommencemtni, ���*���*���*��
two hundred acres, more Bf am,
Ixx-au-d thli 9th day ol M*jr,(. g^, ue�� I
U hereby glTon UlitWWgjl
��� applT thlhc HoiiorablilhitUJ*
r ofUndi and Workitto P**5
to purchaae lhe blowing dcscri^ij^,
in West Kootenay dlairlcl: �� """fljft
poit plant, d at the weit hojipdiry w-w^j
intend to
aivi ibout 10 i-hatn. K.iith "I ,l"*"S>i;i5,r,��
,,l ih..  rlghtr.1 w.y <.l tlie It '���S,����|
th/nce WI-.1 H��t<-li��lliMh*-��<'����"1BVS��lK,l
il the ���'-��� -'���-������ "��� "���"'      J"
l.iniiiUrr "I tl"' rljt*f,��-of-w��T or ".V:"^*!*
,.tl����,*,lh��no.. I.,ir..wln. ..i.II"g'Si.3.1
rlKht-n ����? In ��" i.����*"'*f ',lr.���,,ih lop*.'!
I, "iiurt.r, ol lx.t M 01. tti'i"*' ������JT.*��l
 ���i,iuii���ini*nt. otraUUlni W '""''
U"l?.t.^l thU Hth d.y oIj^^JjS* Pin
Notice la hereby glvon Jh��t VSJSU
.i.i.* i ii,i.i,*i in .i.piy i" V'u- ,,,��i
���ion t��� ,.,ir.*tl...* the toU-3WW*"JBB
l.ll.l. ,lt�����l,.,I III W-^I K-K.I-!������) ��,�����
e.l J.H. McL'sN   K. corner.IIhflBM wp-
ibence south  40 chain., J""* J'gH
thenco north 40   chatus to piece w
28rd May, IMR. Jft"Nh- '���*"���*    ���
Nelson Land DUtrnd. District of West koutenay
Take noliee thut Frauk Flanagan, A H Klder,
and K.W. Hmlth, Hpokane, Wash., occupation
ranchers, Intend to apply for a special llmticr
licence over 'he following described lands:
('ommencing at a post planted one mile north
anrl one mile east of post No J, which poit Is
about iIjc miles from the Kootonay river, on the
weit Hide, thenre north HO chains, tlience west HO
chalm, thence south Ho ohalni, iheuce eait HO
chalm to point of commencement, anrl couialniug M0 acres, more or leu.
Dated July 13th, 1907. Frank Fla."aoan,
A. 8 Ki.oea,
K, W. hmith, Agent for Aprllcauti,
Notice U hereby given tbat 00 daysartcr date 1
Intend to applv lo the Hon. Chief ( oiunilsstoiicr
of Lands and Worki for permission to imrchase
tbe following described trnct of laud, Hltuate In
West Kooteuay dlitrlct: Commencing at a posl
Slanted on Maeerereck, near its confluence with
ummlt crock, marked Margiirct Mrd.aurdilali's
N. K. corner' thence south lochnins, theuco west
80 ehalus, thence uorlh 40 chain*  thence east Ho
chains to place nf commencement.
28rd May, 1IKI7. Mahoakkt McLai-i iilan,
William Uarhoiih, Agent.
Nelion Land Dlslrici. District of West Kootenay
Take notice tbal Kdward IVlers of Ymlr. f rlt-
lib Columbia, occupation, miner, intend* to apply for permission tn purchase the following
described land: Commencing at a poit planted
on tbo north hank of l^ist creek, ahout three
miles easterly from the Junction of Lota crook
and Hnlnion river, lu tbe Nelson laurl district,
thence north Co idialns, thence west Oo chain*,
tin-in i* hi.mli HO chaini, more or less, to l.o*i
creek, thenco east followlug snld creek to polut
ol commoucemont, and containing 4H0 acres,
more or leu
Daled June Mh, DKI7 Kuwaho rxTRHH.
Hiviy days after date I Arthur Allen Burton,
ranctu r, of Iturtnn City. Intend to e*M ly to Ibe
Chief CommUslouor ol 1 amis and Works, Victoria, H Q , to mirchiise the following described
lauds nttUNte i-it-ii ul Burton Commenting nl a
post marker) ",\ a B southwest coruer'1 and
planted at tboN w corner of lot Htii'i '��� L and
running uorlh tlOcbilns, thence cast. 40 chalos,
thonce south On cbiin*. thonce weit 40 chaiui lo
placo of crniimim eiiierit
Augmt 1*1,19u'i ariuu* A Hi axon,
Take   notice  lhat  Harry *'%'&�����
il   C., rancher i..tc..d.*PPyrlbcr,a*l
to   purrhaae   the loltowinn
Weat KooU-nay tljfat^lct^:
"'".tod tho mth -lay oi ""j^MTj^i!^
Nottee la heT**��by^oW-��*���;��&��
llileli,! to apply to the '"!,"'*"���, p,n��l��ffi
puiihaae the lollowllH ".'.;.r|rt: CI����J>
iltuate In Weat Kootnia _ ' ''w*,,nf��'!^
at a po.t plailleil on I ""' *-������*�����. Jffl
tluen/o with Hi>mii.U ;""Yh*o-re��n��*S��
Barbour'. N. W. eorner, Ihem      ���, ��JJ^
thi leant �� ''i1"1"".',,. U**"!'*"""'..**
thenee We��l40 chaini to pl��'-','|tlj4ii BH^,
���2Hrrl May 1*W. '\a**t
iu; S -'i-nj'j':��**-��!!���������"!,u.**���..*&��
jjoun' The bally Canadian
Who Want a Good Arcliclc Will Buy
The BACON We Sell
It (lives Satislactiou, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured aud   Smoked.    Our  Hams   Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Arc Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
Columbia   Gardens
The Only Irrigated Colony
In the Kootenays
Water piped Whli'iKrnunil 1" ovcry block under high pressure. Ah Rood
a water system an any  city  In Canada haa.    No charge for water.
Prlci'i-i lower than In any t-timilurly lrriKaU-d land any whero on the
Pacific ooa-B-l ati'l vary lltlli- If any bllbar than nmoh onlrrlgatad, unimproved
lan.l In BiirrminillnK illstrlcts on which a man will starve for years trylnn lo
niaki' both '"'Ib meet. If yon want In make money growlnc fruit buy Irrigated ltind.
anil make more money In one year than the dry land fruit grower ran hojH*
lo make In ton.
Level ami much of It nearly n*ady  for the plough.     Dally  trains. Rtore,
poetoBce and neighbors.   Only a few blcxdu left
Over Queen   Cigar   Store,   Baker   St. Opposite Royal Bank
, :*.. i. Hottn in nt-rwiiy gtraa that so <ltj*i
���ter rtfcte 1 lut'iKl to ��p|*ly to tho Chief Com-
ti. . *, ��� nl Uaat A-- \ Work*, for a "|�� **".*.
���-tn�� lorut ��ntl r-irry HmlM.*r from the follow*
[dwril^l lsu.1v .UuaUsI on the smith caul
O&lncin   rlvt-r.   IU   lhe    dtslrlrt   ot  Wot
!.>���'������-:�����    r-.iiim. in iiik ��i * i*"-; iHiletd about
0 jt.nl* am of Ross, hoot crwk marked "k. M.
eerm'i nurlhwi-it   Dora-ar."   thence  W) chain*
���miUttl,    thflll'P Mi   C-hHltlH    L'Mtt.    thCIK'eHU    Phalli*
Borib, tbi-tici'w t i. .*.   -   wtst  to   place  uf rom-
|Lo4-ai��d uti the lliti <la*f of June, 1V07.
It   M. Km. tt, Locator.
I No. i.   Sn\. .���  Ir   hert-tiy   given     that  Al  days
Iter   HI*- 1 tnutiil in  *��i'i'ly   to the  Chief  t'om-
plHloner, of I an li  an>l   Works,   for  a special
��nie io rut an.l i-arry timber from the follow-
_j d��KTiiM<-i  Itn*")* ntttftlad on   the  southeast
(oBof iheHalnuiii rlvL-r. in ihe  dlairlftol  Went
HttUy:   <'mi'mwn"inK at a poet DIMM atwmi
J*fsr<l�� ���*,.,������ of K,mv Ix-al creek, tnarke<l "It   M.
fteTw'i No. 2 nouth went   corner,"    thence  09
*���������'������ north. Hi. in. <��i  chains   emit.   tin-nee W
BklDi noiim.  i be life SU  chalim weBt to plaee of
-Bin m flirt'i ni-nt
|Locate<l ou thi lOtta day of June. 1907.
K. M. Krbvkh. Locator.
���elMin Und IMitrtct. Hutrictot Weit Kootenay
|T��ki Dotlif that William Amtrew Horn", of
"role, H. i* . hou-l ktM-per, tiitoudu to apply for
|ipef*ul timber Lloanoa mot the following des-
f     I Utnii:
|Ko. 1 -(.'omtnenrinir  at  a   posl planted about
Imile* v��t ol the   Koou'iiay   river,   on   Corn
���ek.  in  the   hlsirirt   ol   Weit   Kootenay.   and
Pliif about six mile* north of the International
{ouudary line. an<i about two mllea weat of lim-
lra No. ttt&t tin-nee   aouth  M  chatus,
ttl fc) ehalna,  thence   north 8�� ehnliin.
Ut *)chaini to p<i|nt ol comineneement
nd mtUdnint-MO *< res. more or Horn.
I Located K.tti June. iwn.
-t'ommciipiuit at a pout planted at the
prthwt-at corner of William A Hniii' No. 1 claim,
���e aoiitti m ihalilB, thencu Weat 50 challia,
fciiorih nu chain***, thence eaat tw ehalni*.
6 hunt of comuiriiromeul, and containing
.0 urea, more ur leaa.
I Located lliih June, 1907.
|No > -Comincnclnit at a poat planted attout
*o mllM wi-ii of the nortbeaat corner of Wll-
��m Koii* so 2 *datin, theuco aoulh mi chaina,
ifDceeaatw) rhatm. thence north no chaina.
1*5?* *5" *' ('ll-��l'���� tt* the POlnt of i i. m in. i,..
ijni, and coutalulng Mo acrea, more or leaa.
I Itr-M-eit l.-iih Jun��, 1907.
L-0r;4TuComnien''1,lK *l *t a pott planted at
���������""''hweai corner ol William A. Itoaa' No. 8
-uua, UVOM north WI ehalna, thence weat W
fci ��" ,U"?rc WtttH W1 ehalna, thonce eaat Ml)
maiiiit.itb,'i..iiiitot coi-tttnontwmeiit, contain-
���Mwunt, mom or leas.
P����tM Uth Juno. urn.
iftSMt1��"romm*nr,nF   ��l  *�� poBt   planted at tho
��� ,.     " SSFSM "' WUlUa A. Rom* No ilrlalm,
c�� ��oiitb m chaina,   thenee   weal HO   cbalna,
aiw.o'i"'!      ' l'h*iiiiB. theuco catl m> chalua to
Fiiiilnnniiii.ui'i.uii.iit, and conUiulng f-10
mm, mure or loaa.
I WatH ir,Ul |llueiiwn.
i.0��*i'uromm,"i,'ln'* *l ���  1,<1"1  pi"nted  ahout
���am A"i? SW4"P  OOrtttSt  bOtPhl ot Wll
��^eM!'k(I1,01f,:'Ulll,:^''����'��t -������tl. W ehalna.
���SSS5 H��h*lng(   thonce   north 80 ehalna.
wen mi rhaina to the tMiInt tif comineiice-
. i\7.\ulHl,,ltlK MOncrea, moro or leai.
<*d Ulh .Inn... 1907.
Nelson I.Kii-l Illatrtct. Dlatrlet of flOMt Kootenay
Take notice that Jaraea Kmth. ol Spokane,
Wash , occupation miner, lntenda to apply for a
apeclal Umber llcenee over the following deacribed landa: Comtni-nclug at a poal planted Kt
i-halna north of ihe center ol ibe norlh adore lino
of Bouudary Lake and at the noriheaat eorner
or Umber limit No. mn*. Iheuce weat (Ml chains.
ihen.c north -> chains, then.-c eaat HO chaina,
IheiM-e aoulh *' chains to point of commencement and containing ft*0 acres, more or loss.
July 30, 1907. Jamu Ksrry.
Notice is hereby given that thirty daya after
date I intend to apply to tbe linn, the Chief Commissioner of Land* and Works for a special licence to cot and carry away unit- r from the
following deacribed lands ln Weal Kootenay
dtatrh-t: Commeucing al a post planted on lhe
ncrlh bank of Ten Mile ereek, about one mile
and a half from Blocan lake, marked H H I'ltta'
northwest corner *���>-������.*.. thonee eaat .��) chains.
theuee aouth -tfl chaina, thence weal IfiO chains,
thence north 40 chains to place of commenoe-
l'ated this -"IN day of June, 1907.
M. II   Pitts, I..i,*.il..r,
A. W. Hit-ait--. Agent
I UlfBt,
'mmcnciiiir ata post  plunled   at   the
M-*i - r,    l'!,rur"'r I'* William A. Robs'No. 6claim,
north hi   cbaltiB.   thenco  eaat   HO chains,
" mi chains, thouce weal HO chaina lo
nnnjiMnjimieiit,   and    eonlalnlng  MO
, ,     <u Ions.
WM Hmi Juno, 1907
PthkinTS.offWl"' **��� P**11 Pltntod ahnut
Un \ i."ou.lholth�� northweat cornerof Wll-
bfW * ., Ji" ,fl (,|,t,I��. theneo north HO chains,
iniMauiBn 1'h��l"". thonce aouth HO chains.
���ni.��ih?.SnS.TO*2.^a ,M,lnt �� '���ommenoe-
C i, i ,f,"tttl��*��i; MO acroH, moro or loss.
"��uii UrtU Juno. 1907.
|u&U|oSS^S��%! '.l.1 H 82"! I'lft"!^ about 40
I w s,  a SfAHPrftwl�� oornw of wniiam
���UOMwmii'h.i.,1 ft "' t,1L'ni'L' wuith HO chains,
-Pmwff&JffiL*] l,��"'"'- worth Mi chains.
Vent, iSS,.onBffifi? Un.n*e nol,,t M  tommenuc-
"'I mllaa
I omi>if.Ti.*tiiK
a t>nnt   plhiil.'.l   nbniit
��"���*   It.,..1 N���       ' "I   aOpBeUt   i*liril��*J nl Wll-
lanoe iiut ��i���V    *'"'"i. tlii'uci. aouth m  i.	
** ,::,'"��� tti>-iic-i* north wi ,-h.m.,
'�����. iin't Z ��    I,"'�����1'"-' '""ut '" "SJimanS
W,.,,,:,,  ?,   i'f,^""���"���'���* in....... !.*.��
���i;'5,'.'''""'n'."in'.��rti',',","t,",t""" p,,,i'u"1 ��,""it
���fS  *   Roil'   K*     l      n""l'��*"it.-.irliorol Wll
I aw kiss s^ninniHfSw~��^s��
WlLLUN AJ*1>H1IW Kova.
Notice ts herebv given that thirty days altar
dale 1 intend to apply to the Honorable
Chl-f CommUalMiier ol IaioIs and Works at
Victoria. B, i ., for a apeclal license lo rut and
carry awav timber from th- lollowlng described
landa in Weft Koolenay district: Commencing
at a lH>st planted ou 'lie weat hank ol Hmelter
ereek. attout oue mile south ol lhe City of Nelsou.
thone�� mhilb mi i bains, thence weat HO chains,
lheu<-e north HO chaina, thence eaal ho chains to
place uf commeneemeut.
Dated Ibis llth day of June, 1��07
C. C. t'LABg. I��cator.
I). Booth, Ageut.
Nelson E*Ad District, histrict of West Koolenay
Take notice lhat "David Henry Telford." Saskatoon, flask., occupation lumberman. Intends
to apply for a apeclal timber licence over the lol
lowing "described lands:
No 1. Commenciug nl a po��t planted about 8
chains north of the northwest corner of Timber
Limit 814*4, weat branch of Utile Hlocan river.
Wesl Kooteuay, thenea wesl HO ehalna, thence
aoulh HO chains, thence east HO chains, thence
norlh ho chalua to point of commencement and
eonlalnlng 640 acrea. more or less
Dated July tth, Itffl     lUvin OMMAt Tilfohd.
No. 2. Commencing a i>i>at planted on the east
bunk of t'ougHr creek, and on the north boundary ot Umber llnill HI44, west branch ol Little
slocau river, thence north oo chains, thenco
euat 40 chaina, thenco aouth 160 chains, thonce
wwsl 40chains to place of commencemout, and
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Daled July 10th. 1907. iuvii. Hrnry Tilpohd.
No .1 Commencing at a post planted on bank
of BOttlA creek, about 90 chaina aonth of the
aouth Imiiiidary oi llmtter limitS147. west branch
of Little Blocan river, thence west Ho chalua.
thonee sotuh no chains, thence east no chalua,
thei.tv north mt chains to the point Ol commencement aud  containing M0 acres,  more  or
WDaled July Uth, 1907. Davit. IIbhrv T��..roni>.
No 4. Commencing at ft post planted about 8
chains cast Imui east bank of Russlo creek, and
on the we*t boundary of limit S. thonee west HO
.hum- thence Mouth HO ehatna, thenco east 80
chain- thenco nortli BO cbalna lo point of commencement, and eontiiiiilng 64" acres,  more or
Detod July 11th. 1907-  I'AVII. IlKNRY TBLfOtD.
No. Li. Commencing At a post pbinted about
A0 chains weal of tiooae Creek and about aix
mllea from lis mouth at S|,.cm River, aald post
ta about 40 chains woat from D H Telford s tlm-
bor application No. 11. thenco east 40 chains to
timber application N". Ui thenoe north lflO
OhftlQIi tbenee west to chains, thence south 1W
chulus, to point "I commencement, and contain
tun M0 acres, more or less
Dated July 17lh, 1W7.  DAVID 1UNBY TBl.roun.
No. 14. Commencing at a poll plantetl at the
southwest comer of No. IH, Ihom o west 4tH'halna,
thonce north IfiO chains, ihoiico cast 40 ehalus,
Iheuco south IfiO chaina to point or commencement, and containing 010 acrea, moro or losa.
Dated July llth, IH)   Daviu Hksby iEiroan.
A. MI1.TOK. Aft'ut.
Nelson Land District.   DUtrlct of West Kootenay
Tiiko notice thai J. K. F. Hlewnrt, ot ColliDg-
wood. ont , occupation lumberman, intends to
apply for a special timber 1 Hence over the following described lands: Commencing at a poet
pbinted on .. Miiti1l ativain almilt one mile iouth
..I Columbln Klver near tho beiu'. watoisof t.rau-
ito Creek, murited J. R. K steward N. K. Anglo
post, taint* north 40 ehnins, thonce weat 40
chains ihenee aoulh 110 chalUH, thonce west B
chaina, thenee south 45 chain*, thence east HO
chnlna, ihetmc norlh ��ft chains, thenco weat 20
ehatna to p.nee of commenccinout, containing
040 aoros, more or Ion. n' m
July Urdi LOOT. ?**** R. V* Htiwart.
Noison Land District.  DUtrlct of Weat Kootenay
NTako notice that JR. F. Stewart, ol Colling-
wood, Ont., occupation lumberman, intends to
apply fur a special limber lleence over the rollowiug deaorioed lands: Commencing ata post
planted on the south stdo oi a am all croek duo
West of tha Mountain Meadow mine, about au
chaina oast   ot   Uranitc   -reek   mnrktMl J. R. F.
siew.irl'a N. K  angle post, them aat g �����["*"���
thenoe aouth M chulus, thenco west W cha us,
theneo south IB chalua, iheneo weal 8* cha n��.
tbeuee north 75 chnlua. iheuce oust 80 ehalna,
thonce south HO ehalus to placo of commencement containing 040 acres m-re or l*��_._-
July itth, 11KH. J*Mka K. F. BanrAhT.
Possible   Effect   on    Future  of  Canada
Discussed by English  Student of
Race  Problem.
nrltlnh Columbia's objection to the
Immigration uf large numbers of Japanese, and her even stronger opposition
to the incoming of vast hordes of Chinese Ih said by some economists to be
uncharitable, and, Indeed, barbarous.
"Room for all!'* "Let them come, no
matter what their origin!" is the view
ot the observer of this school. But
there is another side to the question
thut must not be overlooked, namely,
the outlook Ufr the future.
This phase of the case Is ably dealt
with by an English writer, L. E. Neame,
who has made a special study of the
Asiatic question. Mr. Neame says we
are on the edge of a struggle between
tbe white men and the men of Asia for
the supremacy. It is not to be a flght
with warships and guns, but a conflict
In which personal and commercial pressure will play the directing part. Into
the lands now held by the whites, thu
Asiatics, unless they should be repelled,
will come, and, as they can underllvc
and undersell the whites, they will ultimately make the existence of the latter
Impossible ln these places, except under
conditions as poor as those which an
Asiatic can endure. In other words,
the overplus from China and Japan,
the millions from these empires who
can live on next to nothing, will,, if
permitted, gradually take possession of
the territories now occupied by the
whites, and will thus dominate and overpower the ruling race.
The danger lies, first ln the ability
of the Asiatics to "underllve and undersell" the whites, and, secondly. In the
absolute isolation of the Asiatic races.
That the flrst danger point exists there
can be little doubt. The standard of living in Asia is, and has been for years,
Take notice that John Rou, or Fernle, B. C���
hotel-keeper, Intends to apply for a special timber licence over the lollowlng described lands:
l. Commencing ata pott planted ln the District of West Koutenay. Nelion Mining Division,
on the north fork of tne aouth fork of Lostcreek,
about f ve miles up creek from where two totks
moet and about six miles north of the International Boimderr Line and abont twenty-eight
miles west of Kootenav River, thence east 80
chains, thence nortb 80 chains, thence west 80
chains lo bank of said creek, thence down stream
to place of commencement.
J. Boas, Locator,
J. Commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner of i. Rosa's No. 1 location, thence
weit 80 chslni, thenoe north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains mure or lesa to bank of said creek,
iln-ii. e down stream to place of commencement.
J. Roes. Looator.
8. Commencing at -a post planted ator near
the southwest corner of ���'��� Ross's No L location,
thence west HO chains, thence south SO chsins,
thence esvat tu chains, more or leas, to said creek.
4. ('ommencing at a posl planted at or near
ihe nouth west eorner of J Ross's No, 1 location,
iu. ii ������ east 80 chains, thence south SO chains,
iheuce west 80 chains, more or leas, to bank of
said creek, thence up stream tu plaoe ol com-
J. Ross, Locator.
6. Commencing at a post planted about two
unit's south of the southwest corner of J. Ross s
No. l location, on the north fork of the south
fork of 1. st creek, and about four miles up
atream. from where the two forks meet, thence
east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 ehains, more or leu, to bank uf said
creek, thence down stream to place of commencement.
J. Ross, Locator.
8. Commencing at a post planted at, or near,
the southwest corner of J. Ross's No. ft location,
on Lost creea, thence west 80 ehalus, thence
north ��o chains, thenoe HOchalns east, more or
let.-*, to bank of said creak, thence down stream
to place ot commencement.
Uusted J6th June, UW7. J. Roes. Locator.
flalm No. 1. ���
Nelson land Dlitrlct. District of V* est Kootensy
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrow-
head, B ('., occupation, carpenter, lntendi to
apply for a ipeclal timber license over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
Slanted 40 chains south of 8. E corner of T. 1.. 7.
US, tbnutv south 80 chains, thence east HO chsins*
thence north 80 chains, thence west SO chains ta
point of commencement.
June >iii, 1907.    Ainifi Lai'Uckch Rsadimo.
sJison*l!and District. District of West Koo'ensy
Take notice that A. L. Reading, o( Arrowhead, R <'., occupation, carpenter, intends to ap
ply for a special limber licence orer the foi
lowing deserll>ed lands: Commencing al a
uimi plauted 80 chains south ol A. h. Reading's
corner post No. 1, thence south 80 chains, thence
��a��t 80 chaini, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, to point of commencement.
Juno 28th VAC.      Aai hi:h I.ai ksncs RlADtNQ.
Claim No. 8. _, .,��,����-
Nelion Und District.   District of West Kootenay
Take notice that A. L Reading, of Arrowhead, B l\, occupation, carpenter, lutends lo
Tpply fora special timber license over the fol-
owlng described lands: Commencing at a post
planted 80 chains south of N K. cornerof A. L
Reading'" claim No. 1, thenoe south 160 chains,
theuee east 40 ohalus. tbence north 180 chains,
thence west 40 chains to point of commencement.
June 28th, 1*07.    Astmib Lausewck RgsniHO.
Claim No   4. ,..,    . m    ��
NeUon Land District.   District of West Kootenay
Take notice tbat A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B.C., occupattou, carpenter, intends to
luiply for a special timber license over the following described lands: Commencing at a Post
planted 40 ebalns south of H. K. cornerof A. U
Reading's claim No 8, thence south 1��0 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thenco north 160 chains,
tbence we*��l40chalns to point of commencement.
June 28th, 1907.   Anthir I.avrencs Rkadino.
Claim No. 6. .��,.,.
Nelson Land District.  District of West kootenay
Take notice that A L. Reading, of Arrow-
head, B.C., occupation, carpenter, intends to
apply tor S apeolat timber license over the following described lands: Commencing at apost
planted 40 chalm south of N. K, oorner of�� J*.
Heading's claim No. 4, tbence south lftOchalns,
thenco cast 40 chains, thence north 160Ohalns.
thence west 40 chains to point of commence
ment. . _
Juno 29th, 1907.   Abtiips Lst'SSNCS RSADtTfO.
Claim No. 6. ._,        ���
Nelson Und District. District of West Kooteuay
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, R. 0,| occupation, carpenter. Intends to
apply for a ipeclal timber license over the fnl-
owtng described lauds: Commencing atapost
planted 40 chains south of N K Corner of AL
Reading's claim No. ft, thenco south 180 chslni,
thenoo east 4o chains, thence north 16o;chalns,
ihenee  west 40 chains to point of commence-
Claim No. 7.
Nelson Und District. Dlstilet of West Koolenay.
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead
B. 0., occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for
..   ...........I    I.........   ll..........    ...  ..r     .1...     I..1 1. ... I .. ..     .In.
. aiiocltl timber Hi*, in*.* ovtir the lollowlng .!.*���
ea*rltM*.l Unil.: runimi'iirtiiK at ll po.t plfttitei!
10 rliftlua aiinlh nl N. K. eorner ol A. U lli'.il mi;'.
r Inlin No. il, thunee south SO chnllia thenee euat
Mi ehalna. thenee north 80 ehalni, thence weit 80
l-halm to I'litiit ol enmmonoemrnt.
June-Will. 1907.   AaTHU* I.��U��IHI*�� ltlADIKO.
dreadfully low. A man can exist, and
does exist, on tlie very lightest food,
and his clothing Is not a prime consideration. Housing, also, la not regarded
as Important. Too many Asiatics are
natlHlli.*il with shelter alone. Few take
the Interest In home making that characterizes the whites. Aa a matter of
fact, the conditions in Asia have produced a disregard of comfort, and even
of necessities, that makes tbe workman
from Asia an unfair competitor with the
man who is accustomed to our civilisation. Nor ls it likely that association
with the whites will alter the character
of the eastern  people.
It ls pointed out by Mr. Neame that
all Asiatic races are bound to remain
separate from the whites. "The masses
of Southern and South-eastern Europeans who have entered the United
States," sayB the writer, "will in time
be absorbed In the populaticn. The
process may take a varying length of
time with different nationalities; but,
ln the end there will emerge the American people, even If their national character becomes modified by the infusion
of alien blood. But no white race can
absorb the Asiatic. The eastern people
always remain apart. You can never
get rid of what Meredith Townsend
called, 'the dull, unconquerable, un-
mitigable distaste of Asiatics for white
men.' The feeling is not unreciprocated.
Deep down beneath the strongest ideas
of theoretical justice and the desire to
admit no prejudice, there Is a similar
barrier." In a word, the Asiatic races
dislike the whites, or, at all events, are
antipathetic, and tbe sentiment is reciprocated.
Thus we have a race or races that
can "underllve" the whites, and that are
not liable to be brought up to the standard of living peculiar to the whites
through marriage, or through the adoption of the practices of the whites. "Inevitably then," says Mr. Neame, "the Asiatic crowds the white out of occupation, till the country ls the white man's
country no longer." "The Asiatic Increases and multiplies and swarms, and
finally there Is no room for the white
man or work for him to do." Here, then,
ls the coming problem. Here Is the
question with which Canada will have
to grapple. Are we going to permit the
Invasion of the country by other races,
that can undermine the present occupants, or are we going to declare that
the Dominion shall be the home of a
white population ? There can be little
doubt aa to the proper course to pursue.
ln the conflict that is Impending Canada must take care of her own future.
To the Dominion a number of Asiatics
large enough to Influence the condition
of the people, or to reduce the standard
of living, shoudld not be admitted. Upon
immigration there should be restrictions. It should be made plain that this
country ls not going to be turned into
another Asia, but that, on the contrary,
we propose to retain for Canada ' Ita
character as a home, not necessarily for
one European race, but for such races
as will become Canadian���uniting with
Canadians, adopting the Canadian Idea,
and not reducing the tone of the people.
Exclusive, or uncharitable, it ls not
necessary to be. All that is needed Is
a firm adherence to the principle that
all are welcome who, upon coming, will
be of us, and not against us.
Bitten by Rattler.
Pierre, S. D., Aug. 20.���Owen T. Owen,
a rancher from Stanley county, is at
the hospital In this city suffering from
bite3 from a rattle snake which he received last night when he stepped upon
the reptile as he started to leave the
Nelaon I*n.l Iititrlct. IMitrtct of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that Jamea Keeth, ol Bpokane,
Waah , occupation, miner, lntendi to apply Ior a
���peelal timber licence over the following de*
���crlbe.1 land.: Commencing* ata poat about 18
r.ala north ol the center of the north ihore line ot
rtomi.larv I,afle and at the loutbeait corner ot
Timber i.iri.i ���' tali, and marked Jamea
K r- .h'i S- W. I m in .. net thenoe north 80 chat J J.
theuee eait 80 chaiui, 'ence .ouih 80 ehalni,
tbence weit 80 chain, to point of commencement, and containing 640 Acrei, more or lew.
July so. nan Jonu Kith.
Nelaon Land DUtrlct   District ol West Kootenar
Take notice that Henry Kelchert, of Nelion,
B 0.. proapector, intend, to apply for a ipeclal
licence to cut and carry away timber from the
following deicrlbed landi:
Nn. 9 Commencing at a poat planted near the
northeait eorner poit ol timber lleence No. 9264
ami near Henry Kelchert B. W. eorner poat ol
timber location No. 7. on main Lemon creek and
marked Henry Kelchert aoutheaat corner poit
No. 9, thence 80 chaini north, tbenoe 80 ohalni
weit, thence 80 cbaiua aouth. thenoa 80 ohalni
eaat to the point ol commencement.
Dated July 17,19 7.
No. 10 Commencing at a poit planted about ap
chaini mare or leu louth Irom tha norfa-
weit corner of Lot so. 3648 on main Lemon
creek and marked Henry Hetchert eait oorner
poit No. 10, incur** 40 chaina north more or leu
to about midway ol the iouth boundary line of
timber licence Mo. 8288, thenoe 180 chaini weit,
thenco 40 chain, aouth. thenoe 160 ohalni eait
to polnl ol commencement.
Hated July JJth.lDin.
wo. 11 Commencing at a poat planted on Monument creek, about 70 chain., more or lea., aouth
from where Monument creek, emptyi Into Lemon oreek, nnd near Henry llelchcrt noriheaat
corner poat ol timber location wo. 8, and marked
"Henry Kelchert northweat corner poat wo. 11,"
thenc 180 chalm aouth, thenoa 40 ehalna eait,
thenee 100 chatni north, thenoa 4o ohalni weat
to the polnl of commencement.
Dated July 27th, 1907.
HaHXT K.i,mar. Looator.
Nelion Land Ixitrlct Dlitnol ol Weit Kootenay
Take notice lhat K.W. Smith, Frank Flanagan, and A. B. Klder. ol Bpokane, Waih , occu
patlon rancher., Intend to apply lor a ipeclal
Umber licence o-ror the lollowlng deicrlbed
landi: Commencing ata poat planted al the
loulheu.t uorner, anont eight mllea Irom the
Kootenay river, on the weit aide, and about
three mllea north ot the International boundary
line, on iho weit bank ol Brldg creek, on the
north lork, thence north no chalua. thenoe weit
80 chaina, thenee louth 80 ohalni, thence eaat 80
iliaIn- to point nl commencement, and eontainlnK 640 acrei, more or leu.
Dated July 19th, 1907. K. W. Bmitii,
A. 8. hLDSB,
K. W.Bmiih, Agent.
Queen's Hotel
Bakar Btraet, Nelaon. B. a
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Ho* Air
tauwa and Comfortable Badroomi and Flnt-
claiiDlnlug Boom. Sample Booma Ior Commercial   Man
MB8.  B. C.CLABKK.   Proprietress
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 60 cents upward. The
dining room ls unexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. ERIOKSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 260.   Opposite Court Houae
and Postofflce. Nelaon. B. C.
Tfemont House
Bnropean and American Plan
Meals X ota.   Booma Irom 26 ota. te 81.
Only White Help Employed.
Baker St., Nelaon Proprietors
Bartlett   House
Best DoIlar-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar la the Tin-sat.
White Help Only Kmpioyw).
Joaephlne St.
Royal Hotel
Rates tl and $1.60 a Day.
Speoial Rates to Reenlar Boarders.
Moat comfortable quarter! ln Neleonl
Only the beat ol Liquors and cigars.
Id the matte; of an application lor the luue of
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title lor Lota
16 and 17, Block 28, Town of Nelaon.
Notloe la hereby rlTen that It la my Intention
to laaue at the expiration of one month after the
flrtt publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for tbe above Lota in the name of
France* *,. Day, which Certificate la dated the
10th September, 18M. and numbered 2S60K.
Land Keglftry Offlce, Nelaon, B.C., 16th June,
1107. H. F. MacLKOD,
Diatrict Begtatrar.
Notice la hereby ilven that after the expiration
of alxty aayi from the date hereof the Patrick
Lumber Company, Limited, lntenda to pubmlt to
the Honorable Chief Commlaaloner ol Landa and
Worki a proposal under tbe proTlilons of the
"Rivera and Btreama Aet" and Amending Acta,
for the riirht to improve the Slocan liver from
the mill dam of aaid company (altuate about
three mile* above tbe junction of aald Slocan
river with the Kootenay river,) to the mouth of
the Little Slocan river, and to Improve the Little
Blocan river and branchea thereof to the northern boundary of tub-lot 2, lot 7100, and aub-lot 1,
lot 71fll group one, Kootenay diatrict, and to
improve the tribut&riee of said rlvera; and re-
meve obstruction! from said rlvera and tributaries, and to make the same fit for driving, storing, sorting booming and ratting logs, timber,
lumber, rafts, and crafts; also for the right to
collect tolls thereon.
The landa to be affected are the following: (a)
Lots 303, 7969, 6460, 6451, MS2, M10, 6S97, 6446, 9609,
7623, 7066, StdO, 4812, all In Group one, Kootenay
district; also lands covered by pre-emptions
numbered 46, 108, 118, 186, 148,1��4 and 570; also
landa covered by timber licenaes numbered 5866,
���WW. 6584, 5685, 5686, 6(87, and 6688; also lands of
the crown.
Dated this 6th day of July. 1907.
TtlE l'All.ICK   LUltBKR  COMPANY,  Limited,
by Its solicitor. R. W. Hawnington.
In the matter of an application for the lasue ol
triplicates of the Certificates of Title to lots 11,
t'J and 13, group 1, West Kootenay District, alao
known as the "Kootenay Chief," "Comfort" and
-Lulu" mineral claims respectively.
Notice ls hereby given that lt ls my intention
to issue at the expiration of one mouth after the
tlrst publication hereof a duplicate of Certificate
of Title no. tivoieof an undivided 81-tooths in
uach of tbe aN>ve lots, issued on the 17th day of
May, A D. 1886 ln the name of John C. Ainaworth,
mul also a duplicate ol Certificate of Title No.
ti9O0a of an undivided 19-100ths in each of the
nbove lot*, issued on the 17th day of May, A. D
1886. in the name of Ooorge J. Ainsworth.
Land Registry Office, Nelaon, B. C August6tb,
"H. F. MacLeod."
Dtntrlct Registrar.
in the matter of sn ��ppllcaUon for the Ismio of
duplicate of the certificate.* of Title for Lota 6, 7,
X, and 17, Block 2, Town of Kitchener (Map OnS)
and 1 xi16187, Group One, in the DU:- et of Route-
Notice is hereby given thrtt iti my Intention
��� o issue at the expiration of one month after tbe
first publication hereof, duplicates of Certificates
of Title of the above lota ln the name ot Joseph
Walker which certificates are dated 22nd dayof
June, 1903and numbered 2481Aand V482A respectively.
Laud Registry Office, Nelson, B. C.,*Srd July,
"Ii. F. MacLeod,"
District Registrar.
Notice ts hereby given mat 60 days after date i
lutend toapply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special
license to t ut and carry IM timber from the
'..Mowing described lauds in West Kootenay district:
No. 1.���Commencing at a post marked William
Walinsley, planted at Kokanee Creek Hiding on
the Procter extension, on the west side of Lot
6892, on the south aide of the Weat Ami of Kooteuay lake, ovmmeoclng at the N. E corner nost
ruunmg soutb HO chains, west80 ehalna, north ��0
chains, east A0 chains to place of beginning.
Located 3rd June, 1907.
Wii.mam Wai.mvi.et. Locator,
Jamks Humiiakii as Agent.
We have had placed in <rar handi one of the prettiest nest paying
ThU is up for a quick aale on aooonnt of owner's ill health. Call and get
fall particnlan. If j-uu have (6,000 we can make a good easy deal with yon
for this property.
Brydges. Blakemore & Cameron, Ltd.
Lota for Sale at from $S00 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 months.
We Have For Safe One of the Prettiest Homes ta
Nelaon. Situated In Fahrvtew, Close to the Ct Line
Large 7-room houae. Stone foundation and first-class cellar. Complete water system. 10 lots under cultivation and planted In large, bear.
Ing fruit tree*.   Thla I* a snap.   For particular* apply to
Choice Fruit
I Have 10,000 Acres
of die
Choicest Fratt Landa in
British ConsmMa.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
Nelson. B. C.
#700 CASH and the balance in monthly payments will ptuchase a Six
Roomed House and Two Lots on Robson Street, within half a block of the car
line. The house contains three bedrooms, dining room, parlor, kitchen, bathroom and electric light.    The garden has fruit trees in bearing���also small fruits.
For Pull
Apply to
H. & Ms BIRD
$ J0 Cash
$K0 per Month      *
We offer you something practical���something thst will make a
real home���something that will
yield an Income. Every tract surveyed. Every tract near the townaite. Dally train*; serviceable
roads; absolutely good soil,���and
all theae In a community, not In a
Kootenay Orchard
Notice ls hereby given that the undersif ned
have submitted to the Lieutenant Governor-iu-
Counclt a proposal under the .imvisions of the
"Rivers and streams Act," for cle-rlng and removing obstiut'tions from (.loat River and Meadow Creek, in the DlHtrlet of West Kootenay, and
for making the same fit for rafting and drlv
lug thereon logs, timber, lumber, raftsrnderafts
and for erecting and maintaining booma for
holding, sorting and delivering logs and timber
brought down said creek and river, and for attaching booms to the shore of said oreek and
river for aald purpose**.
The lands lo hu affected br said work are:���
lots mi, 6187, 4b92, and sub lots 1, B, 11. 18,14 and
15 of Lot 4592, Uroup 1, Kootenay District.
The tnlls-proposnd to be charged are such as
may be ft*xed by the Judge of t5e County Court
of Weat Kootenay.
Dated flat Wlf, WW.
F. C GREEN       r. r. BURDEN       A. H. GREEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
r.O.Box US   Phone 241 B.
To Winnipeg and points In
Ontario, Qocbce, Maritime
Provinces, Central and Eastern States, August Sth, 9th
and SOth, September i Sth,
12th and f3th.
Full particulars as to stop overs, etc.,
on application.
8plendld New Soo-8pokane Service,
45|/2 Hour* Between St. Paul and Spokane. Catch the Flyer at Cranbrook for
AU Pelnt, East.
Daylight service between Nelson and
Spokane including 60 miles on Kootenay Lake in elegant new steamer Kus-
lanook. Fare $6.60. Return $12.45.
Good (or 30 days.
Scenery through Arrow Lakes and
Rocky Mountain resorts unexcelled In
the world.
D. P.A.. Nelaon
A. II. Can. 8m. C. B.
Mining Work a Speotalty.
Offlce: Bealey Building.    P. O. Box 434
Baker St, NELSON, B. C
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The Daily Canadian
This Week
*h"ii*i. lot of small Diainouii
Siarn.-t Hiiik-s. Blrthstone Rings, Kuper Km
Kings of onr own manufacture which are selling at prices from
16.00 to $16.00.     Our new   Jade Bracelets at $4.00 uud
*r..iiii an' attracting  much attention.
Watchmaker and Optician
Is manulaetiireil   from   tne  flnost   tobacco   mo-
ripened and dew-sweetened      it's mild, full-
flavored and cool.    A tobacco you
ought tu try
Tobacconist.   Baker Street.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frott,
Fuel A Poultry Co., Ltd.
N. E. co,. Baker   and   Ward   Sts.
Sec Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & !��
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will tod it to their advantage to use our Fitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co,
Victoria St, Property
4-Room house; good cellar, fine level lot,
verandah; $1000; $300 cash, balance
$15 per month.
5-Room    house;    all    modern;    between
Stanley and Josephine; $1,500 cash.
7-Room  house;   all   modern;   excellently
finished,    Coast   Fir,    etc.;   $2,200;
4  Lots,   best   location   in   Nelson   for  a
pretty view; $1,300;  good terms.
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean*
Ing  Stovee,  etc.
111 East Baker 8t- Phone No. A114
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers iu staple and fancy Groceries
Butter, Bggl.
Oamp aud Miners' Supplies.
Old Curiosity Shop
Soolallat    Party   niceis   ever]    Fridav
evening nt f i> m., la tne Miuern' union Hall
All tin- Invited; any one allowvil to take part in
tht di-bates.   T. Austin, Secretary.
Mill   Closed.
Thf  sawmill  at   Procter closed   down
y.'sU'rilay. Htffl
Police Court.
One lonely drunk   puUJ  the usual flue
in the city police court this morning
Answers to Advertisements.
There are two letters at this offlce lu
answer to advertiser signed J. K. B.
R. M.  R. Dance.
The informal dance under the H. M. R
auspices will be the last ln the armory
for more than a month.
Criminal   Recklessness.
Complaint comes again from Procter
of the utterly careless use of rifle*
and shot guns in the vicinity.
Bought  a  Ranch.
J, L. Notley, for several years ou tho
Winnipeg police force, has purchased
a 2::-acre ranch at Hurton City from .T.
K. Annable and will engage in fruit
Cop.  Vernon   anil  Wmi-u  StrootM,
NBL.SOIN, t*. 45-
C. J, Kirkputnck, South Africa; J.
Henry, Ainsworth: \V. Haig-Smeilie and
Wile, Lord Vivian. Hon \V. W. Vivian.
\V. T. Kerby, J. R. Kdmonson, Procter;
II. Giegerich, Kaslo; J. W. Collis. Vancouver; -i. H. Brown, Greenwood; C. P.
Hood. Fort Wayne; T. Avery and wife.
Sprague; L. L, Knight, L. McKenzie.
Winnipeg; W. J. Carpenter, Spokane;
It. L. Marshall, Calgary; Ii. Macanley.
Scotstown; J. M. Turner. Silver King;
H. Clarkaon, J. Clark and wife, Ymir;
\V.   LiUbtin and   wife,  Salmo.
If you want to buy or Bell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on Bale.
All kinds of Dinnerware In stock. Pat-
terns.  __
B. C
Patronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
Eat Located Hotel In Nelson
Apiirtmt-nla Elegant.    CutBlue Cholctiit
Civility and rie.ullneaa.
Under the nianagi-mt-ut ol  K. K. Noble,
lain ol Toronto, Ottawa an.l
F. W. Guernsey, Trail; W. J. Chambers, S. II. Sykea, T. Ellis, Vancouver;
J. D. McDonald, B, J. Grant and wife.
Rossland; A. II. Coleman and wife.
F. Russell, Pittsburg; J. H. Parks, W.
W. Hook and wile, Siiokane; Mrs.
Yales, .Miss Yates, Greenwood; A. F.
Gray. Sandon; H. S. Francis, C. B.
Fraser, Procter; A. Barnes, San Francisco; B. Ryan, St. Paul; S. Hughes
and wife, Minneapolis; R. I. Sinclair,
B. Smilie, Toronto; R. Day. Ottawa; W.
W. Dough and wife. Quebec; W. J.
Whitley. Winnipeg; E. J. Frou and wife,
G. Parks, Toronto; J. Matheson, Cas-
tlegar; A. P. Davis, 13-Mlle; S. Norris,
Cranbrook; R. \V. V. Scott, Creston;
T. J. Graham. Rossland; S. E. Watson.
Silverton; R. J. Long, Creston.
H   T. Braden, J. R. Macdonald, Rossland.
J. Dunn, B. Lull. S. F. Griswold.
Paulson; B. H. Creelman. D. C. llaird,
l-'orn mine; J. Blanchard, W. Adams.
C. Monks, Pilot Bay; A. O. McArthur,
Ainswortli; R. J. Folley. Koch's Siding;
J, Lewis. Creston; C. Noel, Sirdar; .1.
Gnrney. Boswell; J. Sheridan, A. G. Mc-
Eckers, Ainsworth; C. D. Wilton.
Shi.-Ms; C. Falls. Deer Park; J. Qulnn.
13-Mlle  Point;    A. B.   Butcher,  Beaver.
W. A. Hillls. It. Bl-indle. W. Wlllisun.
.1. Banks. W. Harlow, Procter; I. Nut-
ham, Whitewater; N. D. Shee, Phoenix;
lira, Piters, M. Reason J. Mattise, C.
Fanell, Ymir.
M.  Gllroy.  Medicine Hat;   D. R.  Sinclair, Ii. B. Morris, Ymlr;   H. D. Ander
eon,   P.   Pajuk,   Comaplax;   J.   E.   McKenzie. Owen Sound; M. King, Phoenix
SOLD OHAtH, belwei-n Hoover find Vernon
Hlreeta Bailable reward will be paid for It.
return.    MelJertntil ,t Mcllardy.
A rm*K KTIIOOK eontiiliilng a algne.l oheqtta ol
the Beoond Hellef Mining Compan>, payable
to I'. ('. Wade, and letters. Finder kindly
leave at No I'laeelnn.
LO*-*T OH HrRAYKl) ��� Blaek <!onker Spaniel,
ttrearlnfl .leel eollar. Auawera to "Klia.1' Anyone harboring will be proeteuted. L. Craulur.l,
1*. II. Box (Hi.
TWO FIKSTv;i.ABS ROOMH, .team heated    Applv hounekeeper. 3rd flat, K. W. C. block.
A I'AKTNKR with 1*2,000 to pun-ha.e a fruit
ram-h near Nelaon A good Bpet-tiltttton. Part*
uer need not be aotlvet
For partl.-ulara apply '.
A BELL BOY.     Apply the Blralh*
VYOMAf*  tO lak.
housework.   Chi
K. S. Lennle, Hoover atreet
"barge ol ehlldren and do light
n employed. Apply Mn.
Board of Trade to Meet.
A B.ieclal meeting of the Nelson board
of trade is called for tomorrow night at
8.30 to consider steps to be taken to
secure improvement of the coke situation and prevent shortage In the future.
20,000 Club.
At a meeting of the executive committee of the 20,000 club, to be held this
evening at 8.30 o'clock, the report of the
canvassing committee will be received
and luture plans discussed. The subcommittee on entertainment will meet
at 8 o'clock.
St. Paul's 8. S. Picnic.
The chief attraction announced for
the weekly holiday tomorrow Is the annual picnic of St. Paul's Church Sunday
School. Steamers will leave the city-
wharf for Procter at 9 a. ni. and 2 p. m.
The returning steamer will leave Procter at 7 p. m.
North Shore Road.
A. B. Shannon and his forces, consisting of Messrs. Wood-Taylor, senior
and junior, C. Campbell and P. Thompson, are putting the finishing touches
on the government road from Ferndale.
A. B. Shannon's, to Duntulm, J. J. Campbell's. The road, of a uniform width of
eight feet and two and a quarter miles
long, has been well made, and will afford, besides easy communication for
the settlers along it. one of the prettiest
walks in Kootenay.
You may have been disappointed in other Coffees but you
K.  F. G.  A.
A special general meeting of the
Kootenay Fruit Growers' Association
was held In the court house last night,
C. W. Busk presiding. A motion was
adopted pledging support to W. B.
George, of Macleod, In his scheme for
the establishment of a fruit cannery-
near Nelson. It was resolved that the
autumn fruit crop of the members of
the association should be marketed by
an employee of the association. Arrangements for a transmission line for
electric light and telephone service
along the north shore were discussed.
At a subsequent meeting of the directors the secretary was authorized to
advertise for applications for the position of salesman of the association.
WAN IKD���by young Kngiipuuiati, job with fruit
farmer where lie ean thoroughly learn the
huslneas At preaent In Wfuuipeg but would
eome at om-e.   AtldreB. H. P., 1'ally Canadian.
WANi'KI) - HOWBOAT about seventeen teet
long, about lour leet beam. Two pair oarn,
��� lepped lor maal. Muat be In good conltlon.
Aadreia B��� Dally Canadian.
TK\' ' 1 KI-. at Meadowa. loo per month. W,
npratley, Secretary, ��rle, I'-O,
Moor* Kill Each Other.
Tangier. Aug. 21.���The Sultan's
troops are reported to have again defeated a great force of Kmas tribesmen
in whose territory Sir Harry MacLean
has been held captive. Six hundred
Moors were killed and several villages
were burned.
The Silver Grill hat opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The best 35 cent
meal in the city.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up till noon Monday, Aug.
26, for the position of sales and warehouse man for the Kootenay Fruit
Growers' Association. Applicant must
state experience and salary required.
D.  C.   McMORRIS,
���will neher be  disappointed in
The Store of Quality
T. & B.
Ram Lal Tea
Packed in the Gardens Where
It Is Grown-Can Be Bought for
the Same Money as a Cheaper
We Stake Our Reputation on
the Quality and Reccommend
It to AU Tea Drinkers as Absolutely the Best Value Offered.
50c per lb.
K. W. C. Block . Phone 10.
C. A. iSenedict
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts.
teaches the subject in a practical way.
by describing the actual method of
auditing a commercial set of books.from
the proper point of b^imim-i; through
to the auditor's final report.
This book is especially designed for
accountants who, though otherwise excellently equipped for auditing, lack
experience. The aim is especially to
impart the proper order of procedure
to be followed; with this ubject iu view,
the text giving the directions Is arranged in progressive sequence to keep
pace with the work being done during
the entire course of the audit. This
feature make** lt Invaluable to the student as a guide to the beat form of professional practice.
You will  find  In It the Information  you
are  looking  for.
PRICE $2.25
W. Ga, Thomson
!8?T"i8SH!a "",   Nelson, B. C.
Phon. 3*4.
H. Giegerich, of KaBlo, is a guest at
the Hume.
Mies Bessie Lillle, formerly of Nelson, ls here from Vancouver on a fortnight's vacation vlalt.
A. L. McKillop left this morning for
Lethbrldge to attend the funeral of his
brother, Kev. Charles McKillop, who
died there yesterday.
Miss Lucille Tlerney. who has been
ln Nelson several weekB, the guest ol'
Miss Estelle Tlerney, left this morning
for her home In Minneapolis.
J. R. Parks, of Spokane, who was one
of the leading expert witnesses for the
defence at the first trial of the Star va.
White case, was In the city yesterday.
Sister Wlnlfriil. of the staff of the
School of the Sisters of St. Joseph, will
early next week sever her connection
with the school and leave for Jersey
Lord Vivian and Hon . W. W. Vivian
are among the guests at the Hume.
They have heen enjoying an outing at
Procter with W. T. Kirby, of the leading
real estate firm of Winnipeg.
W. P. Tlerney Is In town today. He
says he is making fair progress with
the grading and ballasting of the Kettle
Valley railway track to Lynch creek.
He says also that there is a general air
of anxiety in the Houndary owning to
the closing down of the Granby smelter,
forced by the coke famine, and the fear
that a closing down of the mines may
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Agent for TruaeoU Launche.
and Peterboro canoe..
KlDQit I.'.t or BomU ln B. G.
H���   L.   LINDSAY
Foot of Josephine at.      Tel. A18
Piano  and Singing Lessons
Given  by  Mn.  Winter  Every Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certificate from Trinity
College, London, Eng., for theory of mu
Blc. Scholarship of the London Conser.
vatolre of Music for singing and piano
playing. Address Box 796. N.Uon.
One of Nelson's Pretty Home Cot-
tagee of 2 bedroomt. sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom; hot and
cold water; large basement. Nice view
of lake. $1,600, $900 down; balance on
easy terms Certainly a anap. Apply to
J. R.B., Dally Canadian.
WhOaf-ft-blo .iin!   K.-ihil Doalen In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on nhortost DOttM om\
lowrrtt price. Nothing but  frt'Hh unit
whnlt'Home moiitH uud supples kept in itOQfe
Mail urderH rweive careful attention.
E.  C.  TRAVES.   Manager.
Is Pemovmed
Its Business Energy
Plums, per basket 35c
Peaches, per lb 15c
Pears, a lb. for   25c
Apples, 3 lb. for 25c
Crab Apples, 3 lb. for   25c
Telephone 161.
For Sale
COTTAGE���3 rooms, water and electric
light, woodshed, chicken houses, fruit
trees, % block from car Hue. For
quick   sale.     Terms  given.     $700.00
8% acres within mile of city. Suitable
for market garden.   Terms given
LAND on Kootonay and Arrow lakes.
Slocan. Kootenay and Salmon rlverB.
etc.    From $10 to (45 per acre.
Real   Estate  and General Agent.
Weet Baker Street. NELSON, B. C.
W.    O.    GILLETT
Contrnctor   mih.1
Hole anerit for the I'orto fi��oO Lumb-er Co., Ltd.,
retail yanlK. I'.o*,ij{li mnl (1ronH��(l lumtter, turiK'-a
work mi'1 bnu-ki-is. CoHl lath ami Hhingtet, paab
ami floorH, Cement. brl(!k ami lime for Rale.
Automatic Hinder*
Yard and fan-lory : Vernon Ht.. eait of Uall
P. O. Box m Telephone 1W
All KlndB ot Heating  Planta ln Stock.
Victoria St., Nr. Opera Houte.      Tel. 181.
Hay and Timber Land���About 40
acres of hay and CO acres nt timber,
right beside a K. U. aiding and only a
short distance from Nelson. $20.00
per acre.
Baker St., Opposite Queen's Hotel.
Take notice that an application han been made
to reKlNter Arthur Hamilton ''Buchanan a��
Iho OWnei In Fee simple, under a tax sale deed
from R J. Htenwon, Deputy Anneiinorand Collect
��� it the Hlocan AsacHRmcnt IMfltrlct, to Arthur
Hiunlltoti Buchanan, bearing date the 7th of
November, A I).,190U,nf all and fllngular that
certain parcel, or tract, ->fland, and premlaea,
Blinate: lying and being m the DlHtrlot nf Koot-r-
imv, In the I'rovlnce ol Hrlllsh Columbia, more
particularly known and dt'Hcrlbed ai:
la-ot number ii tne hundred and neventy Q^O),
Qrottjp one (1), In the District of Kootenay, "Hun
Mt Mineral Claim.
You ii n * i each ot vou arc required to conteet the
claim ol the tax purc-haner within fourteen daya
(mm the date of the Her vice of thla notice upon
vou, and in default of a caveat, or certlfleatea of
IK nendena being filed w|tMn auch period, you
will be forever ealopped and debarred from -let-
ling up any 'latm to, or in respect of the aald
laml, and I -imii reglater Arthur Hamilton
liijchHtiai! an owner thereof.
D8tM ��t Lend HcflHtry OHIce, Nelion, Province of Hritlsh Columbia, th 1- i.i h day of April,
A D., 1907.
H. F. MacLEOI),
Dlatrlet Keglatrar.
To BgMJAMm K  Davies,
The Huuiet   Gold   <u   Hllver   Mining   Company (foreign)
KODAKS And A11 Accessor^
. (Fresh Stock Twice a Week)
This is the season  for taking photos of
Kootenay s unrivalled scenery.
TOURISTS,  We can supply you with
anything  in  the  Kodak  line.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phone   Bl
-���.  A.  ISAAC
R.   W.   HINTON
t2INOirNliir.lv*--.    A.!NI>   CONTRACTORS
R��pulrlng   -Mil*.!  ,l�� ��l��l .1 n�� axavutwil Wtfctl Dwapatch.    Hh����t M��tai
Work,   sYtlnlr-iK uiitl  /Villi   .Min. hlncrt .       Miinufnuturwra of
Or*   Ainrm,   IV.   to.    Contrnctora'   CHra.
Cornerof Hail and
Front Streets.
NELSON,    13. C.
iroramBm Ltfrnfee*, Shingles,
L,atH, AAouldinKS, Doors, VVlndovva.
Turnatl Work and Hi-iiuk��t��. Mail Order* promptly ��ttend��lic
VBWSOIN STHKBT   ...   \i:i..sll>, B. ��.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company, Limited.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
m last   semi_.ReADY2PMS
WhDitiHiiie Provisional
Government Creamery One .pound Bncke received weekly l*e��b trom *t
churn.    For wile by all leading grocer*.
Office and warehouse: Houaton Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street.       ...       Nelson, B. C
Our shipment of these has been delayed in transit but we ba*>e
them now, and iu order to clear before the season is too
far advanced we are selling them at prices that
should place one in every home.    Call and
be convinced and enjoy comfort.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.
Gttns and
If you are thinking of buying a Bide or Gun thin teuton
and limped our Htock.
Wo also carry all the lioHt makes of Ammunition, luulu'
Dominion,     Eley,      Kynocfa,      U.M.C
and Winchester.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Limited


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