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NELSON, B. C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER J 4, J 907,
MONTB
DECLINE
tatty Mining  SHU
Disturbed
[It UUTI UttK DUBIOUS
puciion Curtailed but  Develop-
l-nnt Active as Ever���Quotations
on Stock Market.
|<n,. coko sltual on In  i.-mporarlly re-
Ld  an.l lb��  -""""   "l"'��"l*""! lirr
[.��� regular and of nearly normal vol
,',,���. then   ll  an air ot uncertainly
rga ud tin  declining price or doppar,
.Mel nobodj   professes to acca.uut.
rwnen more reluctunt to
, th..n,-. iv.-s to large plans of op-
i,tiara- ur '..  .mil. rtake   regular shlp-
���Ul
It the s.'iu..' Ume ,,lor'' l8 n'
r^ to development work which
Inter-
*;'.| . na-iiirugliiK resulis In many
p, There Is also un Indication
���tar now than fur many mouths past.
:-:...! Interest In Kootenay mines
���in; American eantt-UhTh*. This is
-claliy iru.- of Sheep .'r.-.-k valley
rh hag had man} visitors during tin-
vaak
hi s'.... k market Ior tho pnBt week
li only one or two exceptions, wlt-
rd a great il.-i-liu,., Stocks In many
i drutmiug 25 per cent., thla con-
rn seems lo he general throughout
country.
IbaruCoal a- Coke was offered free
it II rents, with  but few sules  rear!     B  C  Copper    declined  from
in -.Jo, while   li..ii.lni..ii   Copper
! from $175  to  It.00.     Consoll
Sr:.-... ts ...miiiua'al  weak, no bids
Unrecorded above *1U8.   CurlbiKi Mc-
riTiiiiiii. .: . *. .i.ls. a c,aaaial da-innnd
un iii I'vlrl.-iii-e at about 4  cents lo
Bull    Diamond Vnle Coal waa of
-1 Irom all  quarters,   selling  down
D cants.   Qalbraitn Coal sircnglheii-
IlgliUy. gaining 1  cent on  the bid
IntarnaUonal Ooal remained unused.    Kamliler  r.ll   off   with   each
* tradlnc,  declining  ova-r  2  cents
ushout  the   week.       Sullivan   also
..... ii- a, Balltn* off over 1 cent |M-*r
it. Ua-wlit S..-1HS to huvu cronted
itorable Impression, and It Is ax-
M ll y.111 be ono of the most ae-
l iiocka on Uie local market In thu
* lumre.
oilowlnB are the approximate quota-
tor tie ��eek ending todny:
Hid.    Askad.
labor filiation Is such that they cannot increase their mining capacity. The
coal, it was stilted, eun hi* obtained in
Kiigiand If It Is necessary I. go there,
but lhe price will undoubtedly be what
might be classed as "saucy."
THEOSPHI6T6' CONGRE88.
Mystics of the World Gather in Chicago
���Mra.   Besant   Presides.
Chicago. Sept. 14.���Seora.B ol dele-
gatars are In Chicago ror the twentieth
annual meeting of the American section
of the Theosophlcal Society, which Is
to begin Its sessions tomorrow. The
visitors repreaent almost every state In
iha' union, as well as most parts of the
civilized world. The great Interest ln
this year's convention will be the advent of Mrs. Annie It.-sant of Adyar.
India, the uewly elected world preBldent
of the society.
The Thi-osophii-al society, the Vjbjects
and views of which ure more or less
familiar to tha' public, was organized
iu Na-w Va.rk In lSTT, by Mnalanl Helen
I'. Illavalsky and Colon.-I Henry Steele
Oloolt. the latter formerly a well known
newspaper man and a veteran of the
i-lvll war. It ht-ailqunrtcrs are lu Adyar.
and It Is repi'i-si-nti'd by active Iiodlcs
on every ciaiitint-nt and iu most ol the
civilized countries of the world. Its
badges are self-governing and the indi-
virtual ma-mbors are accorded the utmost freedom. Mme lilavatsky was succeeded In the presidency by Col. Oleott
und on his death early In tho preBent
year Mrs. UaJant. a woman of world
reuown as a writer and lectu-er. was
chosen as the head of the organization.
NOT MENINGITIS
Dr. Hall's Theory of New
York's Epidemic
WAS COMMON IN NELSON
Peculiar Form of Infantile Paralysii
Due to Gastro Intestinal Infection
���Rot Serious.
Richards went to hla assistance, pounded him on the back and fought In other
ways tn aid him. Then physicians were
called, but Ramsay died. He was 62
years old.
STRIKE THREATENED.
British   Railway   Men'.  Union   Fighting
for  Recognition.
JESUIT GENERAL'S VISIT
London, Sept. 14.���A general railroad
strike is threatened ln England as the
result of the long struggle of the railway men's union with the British railway companies for the recognition of
their organization.
The decision of the executive committee of the union will be announced
In Manchester Sunday. It Is understood
that lt gives the companies a week ln
which to officially recognize and treat
with the union and that a strike will
follow a refusal.
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Died in Brooklyn.
iKtw Voik, Bapt 11��� "Ale Shields,
known In both Caiiadlnn und
f*"'rU'nn turf circles for 20 years, db.I
F nlKhi in Brooklyn folloavlng nn ut
W nt  siiriiincli   trouble   nnd   typhoid
Shields  mad*  11  lloisa.  culled   Lai
���" tkmoua by winning races In Canada
at overy race Irack In  the north.
P'lh. Hll anil west In Aniurlca.   This
rr"�� ���*-��� UO raeai during hla enreer.
Coal for U. 8.  Navy.
Vork,   ggpt   M.���The   Hllilntlo
l"" r",:"'���l U> th- proposals |glu.
,.-,  .d by
l��ir,.a��� of a,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ���f |m, nRvy ()(,.
��'"nt    r���r    lupplyJn,  ro���i  for   lhe
tUHnin   On.,t
u��   Hue.   un   llH   vuyiiKo   m   the
-��no oout, acoonling to t\w Joiirnn-
a   nniTfc,  i,an  uHHunifd   rnthcr  in
JWJJ Hhap, htra l)y lh(> Btut(Mm.n(
���'''InurnisorihelarKt.rroul.nln-
m -��-tlH.   'n,,.j
ave ti��t the
-��-��� on h.
Rumor That Heat] of Greatett Religious
Order Will   Make Tour of United
State*.
Rome. 8<-pt. 14.���Practical conflrma-
Hot, ho* .����������**��� recetvucl of the rumor thai
ih�� lilnck P0pfMl as ttM Kenuru) of the
Jt-Ruit Order ta called, <cviU noon pay a
viH.t to the hoiitws of his order In
America. Francis Xavter Worm, a Ger-
nnui by hlrth. 1s tbe presi*nt head of
tho order, having been elected just a
year aco in succession to the late
Father Murtln. At the time of his elect-
lion Father Werua- waa rector of the
QnftbrisM university here. He has devoted hitnHelf principally t<�� canoti law,
and is considered one of Che Kfntest
livint*  authorities ou   the   subject.
The Jesuits are a remarkable body of
men. The Internal regulations of the
society are very similar U* those of un
army In respect of obedleuce and executive. There are at the present time
about 15,500 lu the world, collected In
twenty-live provinces under the control
of provincials. Kvery umclal except the
general, who ia elected for life, and can
only be deposed for some moral, pci ���
sonal error (such a thing has noi occurred in the 4U0 years of ita existence)
la elected for a term.
The general of the society Is one of
the hardest worked nicu In a hard
working world Kvery member of the
society may write in complaint or for
advice to the very reverend father, and
though there ia a permanent stall of
secretaries, the general is supposed to
pass every reply. Morenver, he must
control men, many of whom are more
brilliant than himself, aud tremendous
ly strong-willed, and In addition he has
to conduct the external relations of the
socbiy The political Influence of the
'lilack Pope" Is a matter of history.
Another ecclesiastical dlgnalory who
will soon go to the Inlted Slates is
Cardinal Vlncenzl Vannutelll, who will
represent the Vatican at the Kucharia
tic congreaB at Pittsburg next month.
Cardinal Vlnceiuo Vannutelll should not
be confused wllh his better known and
more ambitious brother. Cardinal Sera-
flno Vunnutolll, who Is Prefect of the
Congregational Council. The two
brothers are the grandsons of a man
who rose from an altogether menial
position U) that of major domo of the
Drtt   Napoleon's   most   beautiful  sister.
princeHM Pauline Borghese.   she wus as
free   In   her   gifts  ami   "
The disease called infantile paralysis,
which is now epidemic in N*w York
action against it for libel. Hut evidently
neighboring stales, may be familiar to
the people of Nelsou under a different
name.
it will be remembered by all that a
few years ago a strange malady attack
ed a great number of children in Nelson. Locally It was called spinal meu-
Inigitis. lis victims were crippled for
many months but a majority have since
recovered.
Dr. G. A. B. Hall, who declared at the
lime that the trouble was not spinal
meningitis, but admitted lhat he did
not understand it, has a theory now
which certainly seems likely to be correct Ur. Hall sai(#to a representative
of Tbe Dally Canadian tills morning:
"I have read those New York despatches and 1 am convinced that what
the New York doctors are calling in-
fantitc paralysis is exactly the same
malady which we had here a few years
ago. I was satisfied then thut it was
not spinal meningitis, hut 1 did not
know what it  was.
"1 am satisfied now that tt is a gastro
intestinal Infection to which adults as
wull as children are liable. The reason
why its effect cm children is more noticeable and more serious Is that the
children are more active and until they
are disabled are hard to compel to rest,
and that the foramina of the vertebrae
are larger in children and the spinal
effects therefore greater. It is the latter
thai produces the partfal paralysis.
'It is essentially a summer malady.
There have been u few cases in Nelson
this summer, but none of them serious,
"I believe that with proper care and
treatment us soon as the first symptoms
appear, there Ib no reason why there
should be permanent disability In any
case resulting from the disease. Nor
is the treatment complicated or difficult."
As lending support *o Dr. Hall's
theory it may be recalled that the ilea*
patches state that the cases In the New-
York children's hospital, which have
puzzled the medical authorities of the
American metropolis, have practically
all developed ln the poorer districts
where there was least likelihood ol
proper care and treatment in the early
stages, and the unfortunate children
had probably all reached the stage of
physical disability before they were
found by the doctors.
WON BY PEEP SIGHTS
JEKYLL ANI
Chicago Girl's Identity
Disputed
their proceeds.
[.fortunately   coin-
l of several large
: settlers.
HARD FOR MAGISTRATE
Two Women Claim To Be Bother
oi Ttllie Tolan, alia* Amu Zam-
aks, alias Mrs. Klimovioz.
^^^^^^^^ not pre-
f reasons nro that lliav
niTaiHHu.ry   quuntlty   of
azpandltora
irt, uml uml.'
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"!'   li.,���.."'    ""' ''"'"I'llllli'H rllllin llml
��aa. ,m    " K'TV,
powan to        vc
utockH  on liiui.l
"nytlilug    und    that  Hi.
a
uh In oar uITulrH of th.' li. ,  .
tin. clrciiniHluucun 11 Is not iititoulbliliii'.
Uml h.-r fucit.il 1111. Hlioulrl tuivu nniiWHa.il
In li.'r Hcrvicu Un' largo fortunou whltrli
lilt. KrunrltionH, the two cnrdlinilt., enjoy
lo this ilay.
Coal Dust Explosion.
Hook SprliiKB. W'yo., Sept. 13,���Forty
mon wit.. Injnrod, twenty HorloiiHly.
by un explosion yesterday ut the nioutli
of the third entrance to mlno No. Id
owned hy the Union I'Hclllc Ooal Coin
puny. While it nnmlier of the injure!
lira- very limlly hiirned It Ih not expect
ed that any will die. The explonlon wa.i
cniiHod hy inlnn��� . iilin-, flre to coal
.!������ i  with their lumps.
Artie Explorers Safe.
Fort Ribbon, Alaska, Sept. 14���Prof
Steffansoa. of MikkflHon't. parly, hailed
the Hteaiua.r Kaiyukuk nt Fort Yukon
on Sept. Brd. StefTuiison suid he wan
carrying ilonpntche8. He reports thai
the Mlkka'lHon puny mad* the trip north
over lhe Ice and were mn-ceSHfill. They
encountered many hnrilHhlps during the
trip from Ilerachell Inland and up the
MacKeuzle river and down the Porcupine. He reports that the pnrty are well
and safe.
Costly Joke.
Chicago, Sept. 13.���A Joking remark
about knowing the host time to visit his
friends cost the life of Thomas Hamsny
last nighl. A piece of heefsteak which
he was eating caught in his windpipa'
as he laughed ut the reply of his hostess und he quickly died. Ramsay was an
expert machinist. He went to cull on
Mr. und Mrs. .Ino Hichnrds. old trlonds,
Jusl as th.! ramlly. was sitting down to
the evening meui. "Weil. I'm Jus! In
time for u meal." he suld us he entaar-
ed the doorwny. Mrs. Ui.linr .is told him
lo sit down at the tuble, and ho had Just
tuken the first morsel of meat when ha>
remurkeal, 'Tell me I don'! know the besl
lime to visit my friends, eh." "Vou
uerlalnly do," replied Mrs. Richards.
"I believe you were born under a
lucky mar, you lire always In time to
eut with us." This caused ItuuiBuy lo
laugh which ended in a choking lit. Mrs.
British    and    Australian    Rifle    Teams
Travel Weet���Discuss Victory
of Americans.
Calgary, Sept. 14.���The British and
Australian rlflo teams which competed
ln the recent contests at Ottawa passed
through the city ���yesterday on their way
to the coast whence they will sail for
Australia. Dougald Mclnnls. the Strathcona man, who won Uie governor general's prize, accompanied them as far
as Calgary.
There wer thirty men In the party,
fifteen to each team, and all were very
fine marksmen.
Sergt. Tatlow, of Liecester, one of the
prominent marksmen of the British
team, slated that they were enjoying
the trip Immensely, and were all looking forward U> tbe Journey through the
Hookies. The shoot at Ottawa was ln his
estimation one of tbe finest he has ever
taken part in, aud although the Hritish
team was not very fortunate, still they
had done their best and could gracefully
take .!.-l.-ut. One feature he did not
like was the Americans using the
"l>eep" sight. Of course they wese privileged to use it. but ln shooting on a
still day they had a great advantage
oved the Canadian, British and Australian teams, who were not allowed to use
It. The reason for this is the fact that
every team representing a certain country has to shoot under the rules governing the rifle association of tbat country.
In the States the rules allow any kind
of sigiit to be used ao as to bring the
scoring up to the highest possible point.
but tho Hritish people are more conservative, and the rules of the British
Rifle Association under which all the
colonies are governed, do not allow the
"peep" sight, thus making a great difference lo the work done by the marks
men. v
His team will shoot for the Empire
cup In Sydney, Australia, and afterwards In different meets ln that country, returning to England via Ceylon,
after an absence of over five months.
While at the station the press rep
resentative was Introduced to Laleut.
Addison, of the Australian team, winner of the famous King's prize at Bts-
ley. Mr. Addisoti 1b a sturdlly-bullt man
or about thirty-five years, and Is slow
ln his movemeuis, though he has a pair
of eyes which are always on the move,
and appears to be absolutely devoid of
nerves.
When asked what the sensation was
like lo win the highest honor In the
world ns a marksman, he replied:
"Well, to tell you tho truth, I found
it a great relief when the finale were
over, win or lose, as the strain Is very-
hard on a man, hut of emirs., one naturally feels proud of himself when he accomplishes such a feat, and It takes
some time for Hie fact to soak through
one's Intellect. The conditions at the
final shoot were most trying, as It wan
very hard lo Judge the wind. I remember vividly au Incident that happened
Just us 1 was about to fire my last shot.
The wind was sweeping across the
range, and I had just steadied down
nicely, ami was feeling for a bull when
u confounded small fly started buzzing around my head, and finally alighted on the back of my neck. It was undecided whether to spoil my position
and remove the Insect or bear It out,
and I stuck it out, though to say tbe
least, lt  was a very  trying ordeal.
Chicago, Sept. 14.���King Solomon of
old might have tried his mettle worthily
had he been called upon, to unravel the
claims of tne Zamala-s. the Tolans and
one Klimovlos regarding Tlllie Tolan.
fiancee on one Hammerstrom, yesterday ln tbe Maxwell street police court.
Judge Cleland could not tell whether
the young woman was Miss Tillie Tolan
of Chicago, Miss Anna Zamales of Grand
Rapids, or Mrs. Jno. Klimovlos of Grand
Rapids and Chicago.
The Tolans, represented by Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Tolan, 483 Pounas avenue,
claimed tbe young woman aa a daughter
while Mrs. Jno. Zamales protested she
was the girl's mother. Jno. Kllmovloi,
whose Insistent claim that the girl was
his runaway wife, brought him Into
court, opposed Homing H. Hammerstrom, her fiancee. Kllmovloz last Sunday accosted Miss Tolan and Hammerstrom on a street car. Klimovlos claimed her aa his runaway wife and was
arrested for disorderly conduct. At the
trial yesterday the young woman said:
"I am Tillie Tolan, daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs. Oaear Tolan, and I have lived In
Chicago since 1 was two years old. 1
never saw these people from Grand
Rapids"
"She Is my daughter, and she wan
born and raised In Grand Rapids. Mich
Don't you suppose I know my own
daughter when I see her? She left us
two years ago and married Kllmovloz.
Feb.'12, 1906," said Mrs. Zamales.
Both sides produced photographs in
court.Kllmovloz and the Zamales family
showing portraits of Mrs. Kllmovloz.
which the court admitted to look very
much like those which Miss Tolan presented. The Tolans were accompanied
by Rev. Justus Erlckson, pastor of the
Emmanuel Swedish church, who stated
that Miss Tolan had been a member of
his congregation for years and waa engaged to be married to Hammerstrom,
organist In his church.
Attorney Pontc declared that Miss
Tolan Is not only the exact Image of
Mrs. Kllmovloz but that he bad a specimen of the handwriting of both and
that they were Identical. He further
asserted that Miss Tolan has a mole on
her back, which must be of weight ln
identifying her.
"This question of relationship is tho
most remarkable 1 ever heard of," said
Judge Cleland at the close of the examination, "hut it has nothing to do
with the charge of disorderly conduct
against the defendant. I shall dismiss
the charge because the the defendant
was acting in good faith when he approached the complainant and the young
man accompanying her on the street
car and told her she was his wife."
Without Judicial aid the parties to the
controversy will have to determine
among themselves whether tbe woman
In the case Ib Miss Tolan or Mrs. Kllmovloz.
Heart Disease.
Teheran. Persia, 8ept. 14.���Musblr Ed
Dowley, ex-grand vizier and ex-foreign
minister of Prussia, who was regarded
as being chiefly responsible for the
Shah's rescript granting a national assembly, died suddenly today of heart
discaso.
MORE  IRISH THAN  EVER.
Sir Thomas Upton's New Challengsr to
De  Built at Belfast.
Glast. **> Scotland. Sept. 14.���William
Fife, to Ja*,.ij, the commission for designing Si."' %_/ias Upton's new challenger for the . -w.-ican cup has provisionally been giv -Sj^vUl work on the
plans and model al. - -rner. It is impossible for him to c *ete them as
so decision has been ar. ed at as to
what rating rule would gov Tn the contest, lt Is understood, however, that all
Mr. Fife's experiments were ln the
direction of producing such a boat as
would be built for racing, under the
new international rule, now accepted jy
the yacht racing associations of all the
European countries.
Therefore it is believed that the challenge through the Royal Irish Y icht
Club stipulates this rule, or the rule
favored by the New York Yacht Ciub
tor Its home racing, which gets tbe
same results by different methods. It
was at first proposed to build the challenger at the factory yards but this Is
now doubtful. Sir Thomas, ln chslleug-
Ing through the Royal Irish Yacht .'tub,
desires to have this yacht more Irish
than ever and negotiations were made
with a Belfast firm to build the Shamrock IV.
DEFECTS HAH BEEN SEEN
WORLD'S APOLOGY
Vancouver Liberal Organ
Retracts
AUTHORITY WAS WRGNi
Acc-tiatloa  Hut Prater ���cBrUe
Was In Deal with Ottawa Was
Withovt FmtavJaUoo.
Employee of Quebec  Bridge  Company
Tells of Lata Discovery of
Several Flaws.
Quebec, Sept. 14.���D. B. Halley, president of the local bridge workers' union,
and employed there since June last by
the Phoenix Bridge company, gave evidence yesterday before the government
commission which threw some new light
on the case. Thla witness was on the
traveller when tbe bridge collapsed ana
went down with it. being rescued by a
bout from the opposite shore. According to this witness he and several companions on the bridge had noticed defects In the bridge. One of these was
in the chord just outside the cantilever
arm. the first one outside the main
diagonal on the Quebec side. All the
four webs of the chord were giving
way. The lacing was bent down ln
somo places and up In others while
some showed signs of kinking. About
four feet of the chord seemed in this
condition. This examination was made
on the eve ot the accident.
Young Liberals.
A Young Liberals' Association was
formed ln Nelson last night at a meeting held In the office of A. M. Johnson.
The following officers were elected provisionally: President, V. W. Odium;
secretary, Anthony Turner; executive
committee, A. Cheyne, A. Carrie, W, G.
McMorrls, A. M. Johnson, L. Stewart,
W. Clayton, W. B. Clayton, H. C. Hall,
J. Goerle, C. F. McHardy. G. C. Egg
and C. Newton. The Young Liberals,
lt Is announced, have no Intention or
desire to encroach on the prerogatives
of the senior association. They will not
attempt to elect delegates to the ap-
reaching provincial Liberal Convention
though they may make suggestions and
recommendations.
In laat Saturday's Issue tha Vancouver World published In black type
on Ita front page a sensational story of
an alleged deal between Hon. R. Mc-
Brlde and the Dominion government ln
connection with the disallowance of
Mr. Bowser's bill to control Oriental
Immigration.
The World was fortunate���extremely
fortunate���in the Issue of R. F. Green's
Hon against lt for libel. But evidently
lt has learned caution nevertheless.
ln its laaue of Thursday, Sept 12th.
now to hand, the World says, in a front
page editorial:
"The World has never asserted as a
fact that Premier McBride made a deal
with Ottawa by virtue ot which the)
words "final and unalterable" were to
be cut out ot the B. N. A. Amendment
Act. What the World did my waa to
publish a suggested explanation of the
premier's extraordinary course In advising tbe vetoing of the Bowser Immigration BUI. That explanation wan
given tentatively. At the same time It
would not hnve been given at all had
not the World felt satlafled with the
authority by which It was conveyed. It
has since been shown, however, that
whatever may have caused Mr. McBride
to act aa he did it wan Mat the haa*
of effecting an understanding with ths*
Ottawa authorities and the World regrets that since this Is so. It complicated
the question and did Mr. McBride an
Injustice by giving publicity to the suggestion. The World has not heard from
Mr. McBride on the subject but It does
not have to bear from him or from anybody else before taking steps to repair
any injury lt may have done. The same
desire for fair play and equal justice to
all which in the past Impelled The
World to adhere to statements which
It believed to be correct ln the face of
tbe utmost pressure, ts equally effective
ln causing lt to acknowledge nn error
once it Is convinced that lt haa made
one and to repair It aa far aa possible."
Expert Marksmen.
Rio de Janeiro, Sept. 14 .���Juan Es-
panoBa, an expert Chllllan marksmen,
while attempting to shoot an apple from
the head of n man at a circus here,
missed and killed the apple bearer. The
crowd ut the exhibition made a ruch for
Eupunosa and he barely escaped lynching.
Storms in Alberta.
The towns of Southern Alberta have
neither unnaturally nor unpardonably.
abstained from sending out reports of
the damage sustained by the recent
storms. But travellers who have come
through to Nelson within the last two
or three days report a most unfortunate
condition. At Plncher Creek on Thursday the snow was two feet deep. At
Macleod. Lethbridge and other neighboring towns It was nearly as heavy
At Medicine Hat there was two inches,
and some distance east of Medicine Hat
there was none. It has been general
throughout Southern Alberta, and the
damage to crops has been very heavy,
111 some cases ruinous to the farmers
Late C. C. Clark.
C. C. Clark, member of the firm of
Clark and Thompson, whose death occurred at the Kooteuay Lake general
hospital last evening, will be burled tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 by the Nelson
Aerie, F. O. E. Mr. Clark had been a
resident of Nelson since 1898 and was
generally popular on account of his unvarying kindness and geniality. So far
no relatives have been located but a
brother Is believed to be living near
Brussels, Ont.
Copper  Tumbling. \
New York, Sept. 14.���The United Metals Selling company announced that
they had reduced the price of electrolytic copper from 18 to 16 cents per pound.
The company acts as selling agents foi
the Amalgamated Copper company.
Temporary Certificates.
New York. Sept. 14.���Announcement
was made today that secretary Cortel-
you has authorized United States Assistant Treasurer Fish in this city to
accept tho temporary certificates lssuod
by Comptroller Meti for the new four
und a half per cent, city bonds as
security for government deposits In depository banks.
Many Traitors In Germany.
Coblenta, Prussia, Sept 14.���Further
arrests have been made ln connection
with the extensive betrayal of military
secrets previously referred to In these
dispatches. There are now fourteen
persons In custody of whom twelve.
Including four civilians, one of whom
ts said to belong to the nobility, will be
charged with high treason. In the
meantime all the prisoners are kept ln
the closest confinement. The two who
will not be arraigned on the charge ot
high treason will appear aa witnesses
for the state, but they will not be released before the trial, which tn all
probability will be ln secret.
Mexican National Holidays.
City of Mexico, Sept. 14.���The streets
of the capital are elaborately decorated
ln anticipation ot the annual national
holidays. Tomorrow President Dlas will
be seventy-four years old nnd the anniversary will be observed with the customary festivities throughout the republic. The president will heold the
usual state reception and ln the evening
the time-honored custom of repeating
the Grlto of Hidalgo will be repeated.
This ceremony will usher ln the celebration of Mexican Independence Day,
which falls on Monday. On that day the
president will review the military parade, and at 8 o'clock In the evening will
formerly open congress and read his
semi- annual message.
Honduras Settling Down.
Washington, Sept. 14.���The state department has been advised by the uro-
vlsional government of Honduras that
tomorrow, the anniversary of the political Independence of Central America,
has been selected as the date upon
which Honduras will return to a constitutional form of government, adopting the provisions of the constitution of
1894. An election will take place next
month for a permanent president, and
It Is understood that the leading candidates are Gen, Danvlla. president of the
provisional government, and Dionlslua
Gutierlez, formerly a member of the
cabinet and long prominent In the poll-
tlcal affairs of Honduraa,
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HUDSON'S BAY
=STORES=
We   art-    now
opoiiinj-r upa targe
snipnitMii ot
Limoges Elite China
These   goods   are   assorted   go that   you   can   select   any   pieces   yc
prefer and  make  up  to  your taste.
EITHER A TEA OR DirNINER SET
LIMOGES      ELITE     CHINA    REPRESENTS  THE
s-1.sfln2.st Quality at Lowest Price**.
A carload of
BRAN AIND SHORTS
has just arrived.
These goods have advanced  slightly, but we offer them
AT RIGHT PRICES
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
all their products. The city council has
decided from necessity and many of the
citizens from Judgment or sentiment not
to assist the work of the 20,000 club
which exists solely for advertisement.
Without commenting on such decision
it ay be pointed out that it constitutes
an additional reason for supporting
more generously than ever the first
means of publicity for the city���the
Kalr.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto
Capital Authorized   -10,000.000
Hest   	
D. B. WILXIE  President.
Capital   Paid   Up         4,810,000
       4.830,000 -''���vaKaa^sl
HO>\ KOBERT^JAFFRAY, Vloe-Preaident
���YRBOWHEAD,
Branches in British Columbia:
GOLDEN,       NEL*iN,      BEVELSTOKE,       OBANBBOOK,
YANCOUYj-.E,   YICTOBIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Interest  allowed on  deposits   from date of deposit andcreditedquarter.y.
\Ruao>  uhA.NCM ��J��   -Vis*    LAY,   7V\ttn��u��----r.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Capital.
Incorporated  A.  D.   1869.
HEAD OFFICE,  MONTREAL.
 $3,900,000      Reserve   Fund	
��4,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of  Banking   Business.
SPECIAL  ATTENTION  given  to the HOME  SAVINGS  BANK8   Furnished
Savings    Bank    Department    and Application, in LarBe, Medium
Interest    credited    Quarterly    on rr                               "
Savings Bank Accounts. or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
Published fix amy* a week  ry me
CANADIAN  TVBLU&DIQ COMPANY", LTD.
Baker St..   Nelson. B. 0
s^of-crlptton rates. **u centi a month delivered
m ���..,<���- < UT. ur !���'.������ a year If sent by mall, when
paid tn advance.
A1vi'.i-rii! rate*, on application.
Ail monies paid in settlement ot Tba baity
Canadian accounts, either for subtx-rlpilous or
adverti-sing, must tn- receipted lor ou the prluted
lonni dt the Company. Other receipta ar-> not
Talld.
Saturday, September 14, 1907.
NELSON'S  FAIR.
Although Nelson's Fair luHts for only
three days it is the dominant feature ol
the  -situation   in   Koou*iu.y   fur   over   a
week.    It  is the htggetit and  most  representative fair held in any city of Nelson's size in Canada with the oxoepUoD
of New YWstrninMi'r which has the annual provim ial fair of British Coluinbtt
The Kuir is au annual surprlM to visitors and a matter of growing pride to
tho people of Nelson and the district
who  have  made    it    what     it   Ib.     Its
growth  in  the flTe  years  since the organization   of   the   Nelsbtl   Agricultural
and    Industrial   Society,   has   been   re
inarkaiii.-.    Beginning u a demonstrs-
tion. modest hut determined, of the fact
then  believed  only  by  a tew, that tht
Nelson   district   was destined   for  orch
urd   land,  it  has  grown   to   be  a   fairly
complete   representation  of   all   the   resources   and   industries     of    Kootenay
produced   from,   or   connected  with   Us
mines, forests and farms.
It is not too much to say that the
Fair has I already achieved .the purpose of Its founders. No one now dls
putes the fruit-growm* capabilities of
Kooleuay. While the district's reputation, throughout Canada, the i'nited
States and Britain, has not been won
solely by lhe efforts of the Agricultural
Society, they have certainly contributed
to it in no small degree. As the Nil
son Fair has established itself and won
recognition as the premier lustitutior
of its kind In the interior of Hritish
Columbia, so has Kootenay, Whos-
uame as a mining and lumbering coun
try was aKready Established, he
come known as one of the best fruit
growing districts on  the continent.
This year, in spite of temporary dla
turbancfs of tbe lumbering and snieli
Ing Industries, the general outlook ir
Kootenay is fair, aud the general pros
perity is certain to be reflected in the
displays and in the attendance st the
Fair.
The time for entries expires at 10
o'clock this evening, and the number of
entries is already very large. The managers have stated that this year's Fair
is certain to eclipse all its predecessors,
brilliantly successful as several of them
have been.
The mineral exhibit is In capable
hands and will probably be more extensive and varied than ever before, although it will not have the advantage It
had last year of recent important and
interesting discoveries such as those
of Ainsworth, to attract and hold the
general interest.
The local industrial displays promise
to be even better than before, and their
arrangement will afford greater convenience to tbe exhibitors and also to
visitors.
Tbe district fruit exhibit has always
been a centre of Interest and this year
will be no exception. The directors are
determined that the rules governing tbe
competition shall be rigidly enforced so
as to leave no room for tbe unfortunate
disputes which have been a regrettable
leatuie of former exhibitions.
The directors and officials have done
their work well. It now remains for the
people of Nelson and the district to do
their part.
What does the Fair mean to .Nelson?
It meaus the chief, aud, judging from
recent developments, evidently the most
popular, of Nelson's means of advertising her attractions aud resources to
the world at large. However ciUzeus
may differ as to the means of advertising and inviting new industries and
new home makers, there is no division
of opinion as to the desirability of making Nelson a larger town than lt is.
The foundations have been well laid. It
is often remarked by strangers that Nelson is a solider and more substantial
looking city than any other in the country of the same population and than
many of far greater population. In Its
streets, water system, sewer system,
lighting and power supply Nelson has
already equipment adequate for a city
several times as great in population.
Additions to the latter will entail very
little in the way of Increased expenditure while it wil] materially lighten the
burden on the present tax-payers. To
the people of the district increase of
population means Improved markets for
Knowing   One's   Limitations.
"You told me she couldn't sing." said
one man to another, as a voice crashed
in on their conversation.
"I never said she didn't sing. I only
said she couldn't," was the reply.
This little story throws a light upon a
certain phase of life���the utter inability
of the majority of people to realize their
own limitations. There is not one person in a hundred who has sufficient
strength of mind to get outside of themselves and their conceit, and see what
they can do and what they cannot do.
Scarcely anyone can bear to admit
there is any thing they cannot do if
they try.
To specialize on certain common
types, there is the woman of the anecdote, who thinks she can sing when she
cannot; there is the woman who thinks
her taste in clothes is perfect, when in
reality she has as much idea of what is
becoming as a cow; there is tbe girl
who fancies herself an artist, when her
daubs are complete wastes of time and
material; there Is the amateur cook,
whose efforts tend to violent indigestion, and bo forth ad infinitum. To
turn to men, one of the common typeB
is the man who thinks he can make a
speech and bores his listeners to death;
another everyday type is the man who
prides himself on his taste in neckties,
and runs to loudnesses that deafen his
friends. But of all the most trying of
persons who fail to recognize their own
limitations perhaps the worst Is the
specialist on games, tbe golfer, who
cannot go\t, the rower who cannot row,
and so forth. There is nothing to be
ashamed of in an Inability to play a certain game, and yet It is a very unusual
person who says frankly: "I play, but
i play badly." Perhaps the most often
met form of this self-blinded individual
Ib the one who plays cards, and now
tbat bridge is the vogue, the bridge-
player who fancies herself or himself
is much to the fore. A recent case
was a young lady who doubled trumps
It was her lead and she plumped down
a heart with the remark, 'This heart
convention is an awful nuisance." The
makers made two odd and it turned
out that the girl who trumped had sev-
eral good clubs, but thought she must
lead hearts! And yet she said she often
went to bridge parties and considered
herself quite a player. It Is this sort
of person who resents any advice. A
good card player never resents a question or a comment. In fact tney are
welcomed. But tbe blind individual who
is perfectly satisfied with his or her per
formance js very Indignant at any crtti
cism. It ts oqly a receptive mind that
can shed the scales of self-deceit.
SILVER   GRILL,
The Silver Grill has opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The best 35 cent
meal in the city.
SOTHERN   as   JEWELL,
Proprietors.
FRUITVALEl
ORCHARD AND
GARDEN HOMES
���MO DOWN
$10 PER jVIOINTI-1
IO ACRES
Wa offer you beat fruit lands;
h'hi i.rtiiH; beBt location; best
climate. Absolute titles. You
don't bave to use all of your means
ln laying for land. We want you
to put It Into development- We
also bave tracts of 60 to 6000 acres,
prices and terms the beit. We own
these lands and handle nothing on
commission.
If you don't see Frultvale you
miss the best in II. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Association
Ward Street, Nelson, B. C.
NOTICE
TIMBER NOTICES.
Nelson Land District. District otWaal Kooteney
Take notice ihat H. ti. j-. Smyth, ol Procter. B.
O.1 occupation lnuilK.Tm*n. lut-iids to apply ���"���'
a mot*] timber licence over tht- following fle*
���erlbed landi: .
No. 1. Commencing ata post planted near ll,t
northeast eornerpostot Lot mi VMS, on Union
Creek ami marked K. B P. Hmyth -aonthwest cor-
DSTpott N�� 1. thence 40 chaini north mora or
let,-- to about midway ol the aouth boundarj Una
ol timber licence No. 99B& thence *i obi m�� eaat,
theme 4U chalus south, thenee 40 chaini '-.*������.
thence *Mi chains south,thence no chaini ***--.i.
more or less lo the IWlMUl oorner of aforesaid
Lol No B4S,tbUUa 40 chain- north, tlieuce w
chaini- weal lo lhe point of commencement
luted .*ih July, i*J7. H.& ���' .--.-��-.
Henry Kelt hcri. Agent.
Nelson Land Dlatriot District ol Weil Kootenaj
' Take   notice   that J. R. I.  Stewart, of  Coiling*
wood, Ont., occupation  lumoerman, intend*, ap
apply for   a .special   limber   lleenoe   ever the .ol-
lowiug deacrlbed landa:   t'ommeii Ing   StapSM
planted aboul w chains south end 10 chalna wee.
of poat No. 2, marked J. B K. Btewert'i N. K. corner post, thence aouth 16u chain**, thenee west MJ
chains, thence north 160 chaim, thencaJWestto
chaina to place of commencement i-oitiaiiiuigMW
acres more or leaa.
July -.4th. 1S07. tAMto  B   F   BTIWAET.
Nelson Land District     DUtrictof Wesl Kootenay.
Take notice lhat Henry Keichert oi Nelson. U.
C . prospector, intends to apply tor �� special 11-
Otnos lo cut and carry away umber Iron, lhe following described lands:
No 6. Commencing at a post plauted near the
northeast corner poat of Timber Licence >o y*W>
and marked Henry Kelcherl northwest corner-
post No 6, thenee ao chaius south, thctice -so
cnalns east, theuce HO chain*, north, the uce SO
chalua west to place of commencement.
Dated July 2bth, 19U7.
No. 7 Commencing at a poet planted near the
northwest corner post of timber licence NO BH
and marked Henry Keichert ���>. west corner post
No 7. theuce 160 chains east, tbence -Ml chains
north, ihence 160 chaius weot, theace 40 chains
south to point of commencement.
ita ted July -1.1 a, '.:*���:
No. 8. Commencing at a po*.t planted oo Monument creek about 7u chain- more or leaa from
where Monument creek empties into UfflOl
creek and marked Henry Beli hen n..rtheai-tcor-
nerposl No. S iheuce 160 chaini south, themM 4U
chains wesi. thenee IM obaina north, thence 40
chains eaat to place of commencement..
Dated July with, 1-V7 Hesrv Hbichkict,
Locator.
FRED IRVINE <& CO'Y
JUST RECEIVED
Ladies' New Fall
and Winter Coats
We are showing our firs* importation of Ladies'
Coats. The very latest and nobbiest styles in cloths
etc. Now is the time to make your selection when
stock is complete. No two coats alike, we invite inspection.
FRED IRVINE ��& CO'Y
Dls
ICt of W
Mr-tan
al K-.
er, of
eelal
leiiay.
Kaslo,
! im ber
Nelson Laud l>i.<
lake notice   ;
B   0 ,   Intends   to   apoly    [of   a
Hoenoc  over  the   toiiowing  deacrlbed   lanoa)
Commencing at a poet plauteil at Uie uorlhweat
corner of Section U, ownshlp7, Kootenay district, being about one third of a in lie aoulh of
the south boundary line nf the Indian rceerre;
thence ft,-nth about .15 chains t" the easterly
bank of Kootenay river; lhen��e s .ulheaslerly
along   Kootena*!   river   bank   ahoiit ��) chains to
the south boundary ol .SeoJlonta, rpwnaMp \\
thence easterly about GOQfiaSo- to Iha northwest
cornerof l>>t rM; Iheuce BOrtb -.'chains atoa-c
the we-t bonndary <>f 1-ot itU; thence west 1*0
chains t>> the point of r
tiiinitu MO aerea, mure
Dated .'ul* 4. wn.
amend aud cou-
k-ea
aeoeea At uubvbb.
Nelson Land District.   District oi West Kootenay
Notice is hereby given that tO daya after date
1 intend to apply to the Chief ' ointnlssioner of
Lends aud works for j >������..-. n to cut and
carry away timber from the [oUowtnf described
lands:
No. 4 Commencing at s poat marked 1! .'. ti,
N. W corner. '200 chains e��**t of tbe N- E. ccrner
of lot No m_\ poat mariea K. S. N, K. corner,
thenee east no cbains, ihence south 80 chains,
thenca west bo ehains, theu< e north Ho chains to
place of commencement oontalnlng Mo acres.
No. 6   Commencing at the   v v.. corner of II
A ti   timber claim No   4, tbenoa north 80 cbains,
ihence  east  SO chains, them e  south  80 chains,
thenee wesl 80 chains to plaoa of rommeuctjuieut
at location poat No   5, containing 640 acres
I   <j.  ���-��� in.."..! ,kii"K ���   Locator.
���-mu   Huicrnft, Ageut.
Dated July 8tb. ly-r,
NeUou L*and District. Dlatrlct of West Kootenav
Take notloe shat Paul August t*aula< u, uf Kit
cbeuer, B. C, occupation rumberman. tuiends
to apply for a special ttmber licence over the fol-
lowing deacrlbed lauds: CommetK-ing at a post
plaUU;d at the southwest Corner of surveyed lot
isUl-U.l ihence south lo the northern bouudary
of timber licence No. 7uia, thence west to the
northwest corner of said tltnt>er licence, them*e
south to the northern boundary of lot HI... tbence
following said boundary, of said lot wett lo the
right of-way of the Km;-.. Columbia .Southern
Hallway, thenoe following nald right-of-way ui a
north-easterly direction to pla--e of commencement, and containing 6U> acrea, more or leas
Nelson land Diaulot.  Dletrtet of Weat Kootenay.
Take notl'-e tha. I.v*u Mr lei)and Kraaer, of
Femlc, H C , ele.lt, mtei -l*- tUKpily for a special
lie nee   over   the   lol.owing    'le*  rtbed    land**:
Commencing al n (M.-.t plumed abOOt seven
miles west of ihe K-.fou.uay river, and at-mit one
mile nor'h of the in email..nal louulary line.
and about one and * , mi - u - n.>rth -������-terly from
the uorth east corner of limber licence No. HOf.7,
thence south ai< -hit. us. theme west *��0 chains,
thence north no i-hait.-., thence east Hi chains to
point of commencement, and coutaluiug '-i-p
acres, more or less.
I ..��� H-. it l^fth, of June, 19OT.
K . is Mi'  ;viiav   FaasKK
Dated this 8th of July. 1907.
Take notice tbat C. C. Clark, ot Nelson, B. C.
salotin Iteeper, intend* to apply for a special titu
ber licence over the following deeenbsd land:
Commeuiinic at a p *i t pit. tiled on Mi rnltig
Mountain. atKiut oue mile west of Smelter creel,
snd a'ljotuliig <'-C Clark's loeatlou for timber
licence No 1. and about one mile south of Nfl-
son, iheuce west to chains, theuce south no
chains, thence east 80 chatus, thenca Uorth -
chains to \..:...  of l-cgtn��lug.
Dated July 16th, **f1- 0   G. ('Laaa,
Darin Booth, Agent
Nelson Land District. Dlstrlctof West Kootenay
Take notice that Moore. Kepple A Co . of Oar
land, Penn., occupation luiiil-eruicti. Intend to
apply lor a special timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a ixist
planted ou Mosfiulto creek, ��n the west side of
Arrow lake, and about oue half mile west, of the
southwest corner of tlmt-er limit No. 4K77. thenoa
south wi chains, thenr-e west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence easl 80 chains to point of
I'omnieucciueiit, and contnlnlnsi 640 acres, more*
or less.
Datad lftth July. 1907       Moo-,*. Kici-lbACo.
John K. Calkins, Agent.
KeUon Land District. District of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that William Audrew Koss. of
Fertile. B C , hotel keeper intends to appiv for
a special tlm)-er licence- over th-) following described lands: Comraeuelng al a y -t ������lutr-.l
���ahout six miles weat of the Kooleuay river, on
Corn creek. In the District of West Kooteuay
and being about six miles north of the inter-
uatl'.nai '"��� n.'-trv line, and situate at the
ntirlheast coruer of William Andrew Hots' No.
3 limber claim, theu��-e ntirth 80 chains, thence
west SS chains, thenc** south So chains, thence
east 80 chains, to the polut of cominenreineul
Ux-ated July "fflrd, 1��U7
Dated the 8th of Aug   :������'���;
William anurkw k  ������
Dated Juir'2nd. 19
Paul Acut'ST PitLwm.
Notice is hereby given thai 60 ���.���*.;-���. alter date 1
luteud to apply to the Hon. Chief Commlsslouer
of Laauds and Works lor permission to purt.ha��e
the following described lands, situated in West
Kootenay district: Commencing at a post marked by uame aa initial post of the Hoiilh Fork
branch, one hundred feet from the junction of
Lost creek with the south fork; theuce one-
quarter mile to the uorthweat corner post, thence
oUe mile to the uortheatt corner post, thence
one-quarter mile to the southeast corner post,
theuce.one mile to  the pUce of commencement
June'/J, I*)". Located bj Wm. Cowkolly.
Nelson Land District.   District oi W'eat Kootenay
Take notice that  Moore,  Kepple A i o., of Oar-
land, Penn , occupation lumbermen.  Intends to
apply ior a special timber  licence  over   the   following described lauds :   Commeiieiug at a post
planted ou Mosquito  creek, on the   west  side of
Arrow lake, and about one half mile west of tbe
southwest cornerof timber limit No. 4877, tht-uce
north 80 chains, thence  west  80 chains,  thence
south 80 chains, tbence cast8o chaius to point of
commeucetneut, and   containing 040 acres, more
or lesa.
Dated 15th, July, 1W7.     Mooar, KaiiLE .'*. Co.
John K. Calkins, Ageut.
Notice la hereby given that tbe undersigned
bave submitted to the Lieutenant Governor in-
Councll e proposal under the prorlalona of the
"Rivers and t:treaoia Act," (or clearing end removing obstructions from float River end Meadow Creek, lu tbe District of West Kootenay, end
for making the same lit for raiting end driv
ing therwon logs, timber, lumber, rafts snd crafts
and tor erecting eud maintaining booms for
holding, sorting atid delivering logs and timber
brought down aald creek aud river, end for attaching booms to tbe shore of aald creek end
river for said purpoaes.
The lands to be affected br said work are:���
Lots :uvt. 5187, 4'.M, and sub lots 1, 0. 11 18, 14 and
16 of Lot v,\>2, Group 1, Kootenay Dli-trlct,
The tolls proposed to be charged are such as
mav be fixed by the Judge of tbe County Court
of West Kooteuay
Dated 31at July. 11W7.
turn l*Te��h-ATiui*uL Lunula A MEacANTiLg Co ,
Ltd,
Take notice that 90 days alter date f luteud to
apply lo the Hon the Chief commissioner of
Lauds and Work*. Victoria, for permlsalon to
cut and carry away timber from the following
described laud, lu West Kootenay :
No. l. Commencing st a post planted at the
southwest eorner of timber license 8540, thence
west 80 chains, theuce south 80 chains, theuce
east SO chains, thence north 80 chains to place of
commencement.
Ualed May.il, IS-07.       J.T. BcBOWs. Locator.
J. W. CoLBt-HH, Agent.
No. 2 Commencing ai a post planted at the
southeast corner of application No. 1, theuce east
80 cnaina, tbeuee north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, ihence south 80 chains to place of commencement. _  _ t
Dated May 11,1907.       J  T. Boaoeea. Locator.
J. W. C-oLurni*. Agent.
Take nonce that John Bow. of Fertile, B. C,
hotel-keeper, intends to apply fur a rpec el timber licence over tbe following described lauus:
1. Commencing ata post planted in the pis
trlctof West Kooteney, Nel��on Alining Division,
on the north fork of Uu south fork of LoetOreck,
aboul five miles up creek from where two forks
meet and about six miles uorth of the Interna
Sana. Boundary Line aud about twenty-eight
miles west of Kooleuay Kiver, thence easl an
chaius. thence norlh 80 chains, thence west to
chains to bank of said creek, thence down slremn
to piece of commencement.      f mjm.pomUn,
2. Commencing at a post planted at the southwest coruer of J. Boss's No. 1 location. tbcBOa
west 80 chains, thence north *W chains, theuce
east 80 chains more or less to bank of said creek,
theme down stream to place of commencement.
J. Koaa, Locator.
8. Commencing at a post planted ator near
the aouth west coruer ot J. Ross's No. 1 location,
tbence weat 80 chaius, tbence south 80 chsi.is.
thence east 80 chains, more or less, to said creek,
���henee up stream to plaoc of OOpnOjOM
j. floss, ixK.ator.
4. Commencing at a posl planted at or near
ihe southwest coruer of J Roaa'a No. 1 location,
then-e east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
theui-e west 80 chaius, more or less, to bank tif
said creek, tbence up stream to place of com-
mencement. ...        .
J. Roes, Locator.
6. Commencing at a post plauted about two
miles south of the southwest SOTOSr ol J. Boss s
No. 1 location, oo the uorth fork of the south
fork of L st creek, and about four miles tip
stream, from where the two forka meet, tbenoa
east 80 chains, theuce north SO chains. Ihence
went 80 chains, more or less, to bank of said
creek, theuce down stream to place uf cominenee-
ment* J. BOH, locator.
g. Commencing at a poat planted at, or near,
tbe southwest corner of J. Ho**"'" No. 6 location,
on Loft crees, thence west Wl chains, theme
north 8��) chains, tbenoc SQrbaln-i aaat, more or
less, to bank of said creek, thence down stream
to place of commencement.
iloeeted 2ftth June. HW7. J- Ro*"". Locator.
Time for advertising extended by the Ahslstant
Commissioner.
Nelson Lend District.   District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that Thos. K. L. Logan, of Bon
ner's Ferry, occupation palnlcr. Intends to apply
toraspeclal limber licence over lhe following
descrlWd lands: Commencing at a posl planted
on Ho* south side of Houndary creek, about 10
miles wesi of the Kootenay Uver, thence wot no
chains, Ihence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, theuce north HOchalus to the point of
commencement, and containing 640 acres,  more
"'Dated July 6th, IW7.       Thomas JC. L. fMUOU
Nelson Land District.   District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, H. K. Wallace, of Fernie.
B t'��� hotel-keeper, inieiitl to apply for a spevtal
timber licence over the following des-ribed
lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted about lour
miles west of the Kootenay river aud one mile
north of the International boundary Hue. thencs
south 80 chains, iheuce east 80 chalus. thence
north 80 chains, thenee west ft*, chains to the
point of couimencemeut. coutaluiug MB acres,
more or leas.
Dated July Urd, 1907.
2. Commencing ata post planted at the north
west corner of location No. 1, the-'ce south 10
chains, thence west 80 chains, thane* north KI
chalus, theuce east 80 chalus to the point of
commencemeut, coutainlug -.," acres, more or
less.
Dated July 23rd, 1*107.
8. Commencing at a post planted at northwest cornerof location Ko.t, thence north ao
chains, thence wist -o cnalns. thence south 80
chains, thence east ho chains to ihe i*oint ol
commencement, containing 64o acres, more or
lesa.
Dated July 23rd. 1907.
4. Commencing at a post plsnted at the northwest coruer of No 1 location, them**.* north 80
chalus, ihence east 80 chains, ihence <-*->uth 80
cbains. thencs west 90 chains t o the point ol
coinmen<-cmenl, containing 640  acrea,   more  or
Dated July 23rd, 1907.
5. Commencing at a post planted about two
miles north and "-, mile east of the northwest
corner of looatlon No. 1, theuce south ho chains,
theuce east Ho chains, thence north HO chains,
thence wesl 80 chain- to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or lesa.
Dated July .-i I, 11107.
6. Commencing at a Mat planted at northwest corner of location So 5, ihen<-e south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, tbence north Ho
chains, theuce east - chains to the point of com
mencement. containing bio acres more or lei*1
Dated July ittrd, lfft/7.
7. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of location No 5, tlieuce north 80
chains, tbence westHO chains, theuce south 80
chains, thenc- east 80 chains to the point of com-
��� ������'������ :��� ' nt  containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated July 23rd. 1WT7
8 Commencing at a post planted at the north
west corner of location No 5. thence north 80
chains, thonce east 80 cbains, theuce south ho
chains, thence west 80 chalus to the point of com
mencement, containing 0|0 acres more or lesa.
Dated July Blrdi 1807.
V. - -mm !:.. ��� ���:.!��� at a post planted shout 2
miles wesl of the northwest corner of he-allon
No 5, thence south HO chains, thence ea-t ���
chains, thence north 8o chalus. thenc*- west 80
chaius to the point of commencement, and con
tainlng 640 acres more or less.
Dated July 24ih, 151(17.
10 Commencing   at   a   post    planted    .it   the
Dortbtreel corner of location No. u. thenee noitb
so < belns. thence east ho chains, thence south no
Ohaina, thence west 80 chains to the point o<
commeucemeut, coutainlug 640 acres, more or
less
Datad July 24th,  11*07.
11 Commencing at a post planted strout 1
1 f miles west of the northwest corner of lo--��tloi-
No 9 and aboul , mile south thereof, thence
south 80 chains, theuce east 80 chulns, Ihence
north 80 chains, theuce west 80 chains to ihe
point of commencement, containing 040 acres,
more or less.
Dated July24lh, 1907.
Ii. Commencing eta post planted at the north
west corner of location No II, thenc- north 80
chains, thence east 80 chalus, tbence south 8o
chalua, thence west HO chains to the ���-'���::.; of
commeucemeut, containing 610 acres, more or
less
Dated July .���ith   19U7.
13. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest coruer of location No II, ihei.ee north Hil
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence souih 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point ot
commencement, <*onlalultig 640 acres,   more  or
Dated July 24th. 1907.
14. Commencing at a post planted sllhc northwest corner of location No. 11, theuce south to
chalus, thence west 80 chains, theuce norlli 80
''hains, theuce east 80 chains lo the poiut of
commencement, coutainlug 640 acres, more or
leas.
Daled July 241h. 1907.
IA. Commencing et e post plsnted about two
miles north of northwest cornerof location of No,
11, thence south (io chains, thence east 88 chains,
thence norlh 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
to the point of commencement, coutaluiug 64n
acres, more or less.
Dated July 24th, r-*7
16, Commencing at 4 post planted al the north-
wesl corner of location No 1ft, ihence norlh Ho
chains, thence east 80 chalus, thence south Ho
chains, thence west 80 chains to the polnl of
commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Dated Juiy Mth, 1907.
J7. Commencing al a posl planted at lhe north-
w*;st corner oflo'ationNo Ift, thence north to
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south no
chains, thence east 80 chains to lhe point of
'���oiiimencement,  eoutaining 640 acres, more or
Nelson I.and District.   District if West Kooteuay
Take notice that 1. Kvan Kraatr, nf Ferule, B.C.,
clerk, intend to apply for a special umber license
over (be followlnii described lauds;
1. Comrnein-itig at a p��*st plauted at the N. E.
corner atiout I1-, miles north of tbe international boundary Hue and about 11 mllei west nl the
Kootenay river (about one mile north of the
north l-oundary of T. 1. No 807V) tbence 80
cbains south, theace SO chelns west, thence 80
chaius north, thente 80 chains east to tbe place
of 1-.������finning.
Dated July Jlsl. 1907.
2. Commencing at a post planted st the M. K.
corner of location No 1, thenc** south ao chains,
thctice eaat 80 chains, thence north ho chains.
thence west -  chains to the plsce of   beginning.
Dated July fist. 19U7.
8. Commencing st a poat planted at the N K.
corner of location No 1. ihence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chalus, thence south 80 cbelus,
theuce west Hu cbains lo place of beginning.
Datad July -Usl. 19U7.
4. Commencing nt the N, K eorner of location
No. 1, thence north 80 chains, theuce wtsl 80
chains, thence south 8o chains, thence easl 8u
chains to the tlace cf beginning
21 st. ���"-*"���
Dated July ;
, \<*\fl.
5 Com me uc lug a l a post planted one mile
eaat of the S. K. coruer of location No. 3, tbence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, iheuce
north HOchalus, thence cast HO chalna lo the plsce
of beginning
Daled July -'1st, 1907.
0 Commeucini* ��*.' a post planted at the N. K
corner of Itcalii'M vn :,, tli'-m c south 80 chains,
thence east B0 'bain-, thence north 80 chains,
thenre west 80 chain- lo the place nf beginning
Datad July .'ut. . ��� .-
7. Comni'ncing at a post planted at the N K
coruer of .- atlon No *i, then t* north HO chains,
tbence ��� *u>t -ai chains, iheii e south HO ehaius,
th. rn,    .-e-t *o ch-iln*. to the  pU��.- of   beginning
Dal*   | Jiil>  .'1st, 1907
8. ' -'.ir. Ing al a post planted ni the N. K.
eornei -if location No *-. theuce uoi th SO chains,
then-, vanMOhaina, thence aouth BU chelns,
thence     h,.- {���>> < halns to the   place of beginning.
Dated   'oly ,!l��t. PA/T *    r s ��� -im   !-������ ������.-���r
J- un  .now*, Agent.
LAM) NOTICES.
Nelaon l*and Dlslr���< t. Dlstrlctof West Koolensy
Take notice that I, Kllzatieth Ferguson, of Nelson. British Columbia, oecupailon married woman, intend to apply for permission to purchase
the following descrlls-d land : Commencin-r at a
poal planted 40 chains west of the southeast corner of secliou 22, Township 69, KooU-uay, end
marked "K. K.'s N K corner.'' thence west Ho
��� l.sii.i*, thence south 40 chains, thence east HU
chalus, theuce north 40 chains to the place of
' .ii nit to .no nt snd containing Jji acres more
lesa
ii'.ii Juir. A. D. 1907.   Kt.i/.��TsiH Faaot-um.
by W, A. Calder, agent
Nelson Land Dlstnct.   Dlatrlct of West Kootensy.
Take notice lhat 1. David (J Kurtz, of Nelson,
B. C��� 'M-cnpailon merchant, intend Ut apply for
parmtattlon to purchase the ftillowtng descrllwd
laud: ( ommeucing at a post planted at the
southwent coruer of section *4, township 69,
Kootenay. au<l marked "D. U K.'s H. W. ct.ruer,"
thanea north an chains, thence east 40 chains,
thenre south 8o chains, tbence west 40 ebalna
io the point of coinmeucemetit and containing
3*0 acres more or leas.
1Mb July, 15W7. I>AVit>(i   Knn,
W. A. Cslder, agent.
Take notice that I.Thomas Harry Wilson, in
tend !���> apply for permission to purchase the tol-
lovt log deacrit-ed lsnd : Com menclng at a ptsst
planted at the K. K. corner of IptlWIaara marked
N. i* corner, thence south lo chali s, thence
weat in chalua, thence sooth 10 chains, tl ansa
west lo chains, thence south 10 chains, thsnee
weat lu chains, thence south 10 chains, theuce
west lo chalna, thence north 40 chains, thence
aaat 80 chains to point of cotnmeuc��ii-eiit and
containing 100 acre*, more or less
June 7, 1907 1h-.<mas IUmu  Wil
Wili.tsH AixtMiti Mills, Agent
Nelson Und District.   Dlstrlctof West Kootensy
Take notice that 1, John I*aug, of NV  on, B. ('.,
OO upatlou   miner   Intend   to spply fo.   perntis-
-lon to purchase the following dcscrlby-d lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the N. K. of
l.-.t *-!��.' theuce eaat 20 chsins, thence south 20
chains, thenc* -scat :�� chat -.Ihence north 20
chains to '.'.int 1.1 commencement, containing 40
acres, more ur leas.
August 2nd,  1907, JoHN UMU.
ON,
Notice Is hereby given that 60 days alter date, I
Inland to spuly to tbe Hon. Chief Commissioner
of Lands ano Works lor pcrmiiu-iun to purchase
the following described land lu Weat Koolensy
district, on west shire of l<ower Arrow Lake.
adjoining loi No. 4948, ou the aouth : Beginning
at a post marked "Harry McUtxl's N.K corner
post and <- latited on the shore of f*ower Arrow
I.sk .', at the southeast corner of ('apt Koslnnd's
1/4918, thence weat 20 chnins, thence souih 20
chains more or leas to the uorth boundary of B.
Kul iu<. r i- n P. It , thence .' - IihIiii. east along the
said boundary to lake, Ihence norlh along the
lake shore 20 chsins, more or less to point of
commencement.
May 2nd, 1907. J. D   Moors,
Agent for Harry McLeod.
Icl-
Dsted July /I'D    irsrv.
18 Commencing al a (tost planted at the
northwest corner of ]t>cailoii No 16, tbeucesoiith
80 chums thence west 80 chains, thenee north ho
chains, thence east 80 chains to the noun of commencement, containing 640acres more or less,
Dated July 24th   1907. H  K.W��n��i-   I..-,:..,
Joitat Bsown, Ageut.
Nelson l*snd District.   Dlstrlctof West Koolensy.
T-tke notice ihat Oeorge BtiftisCerUr of Hlrdsr,
occupation, Ijti'i in, Intends to apply for t or-
mlniuii to purchasve lhe lollowiug di>acrlt>ed
land : ( ouimen lug st post planted at the noilh*
wen comer aj ti. Ross' appllcall ni u> purt:base,
inaiked H. W., thenre north 40 ebalna, thence
east 40 chains, thence south 5.0 chains to A.
Curry's pre-emption, theuce wi-at 20 chalna.
thence south 2�� chains, thence west '���*" chains to
place  of   oomtnoiiceiiieiil   containing   1J0   seres
more or less.
Dated July 12, 190*7.
(tru-Hutf I'itih i'.huii,
W.J 8.0 -r, Agent.
Take notice that I. Arthur Alex.
lend tospply for permission to p~u\'cU^Ti.
  flfw-hford.u
lowing dei-ribed Tenda7"commeneinr��a^
planted at the N   K. corner of Lot let Vh* *
M H. K. corner,   thence  Oorlh tovhlii. Sl
west 20 chains, thence  south 40 eSaS S i
eaat au chains t.��  point oi SOslSMSSaMss, i
containing HO acres, more nr leu ' ** I
Juns7, 1907. UtrovUAm frrntrmi
WILLIAM AVOHlft UtUM. A*l��.
ALoairjMtUj.Afeiit
Take m.tlce that I. Wlltiatn K. Jinn ggJ
Ut spply for permission to purchase Ihi hius
lug descrlhod land- CommeiirtnrTi TS
plantetl at ths H. K corner ol Lot lr.t SfgM
t*d norihesst corner, tbence *.,.��� m 2
theuce stiuth 40 chains, theme eait �� ^9
thenc** norlh 4U chains to point of rbamtut '
ment, and containing 160 acrea nvr.    -    .",
June 7. l*rr. William tSfniULaUna
William Ai/jM/o MtUj.Afeni.
Hlxtr dera after dete f Intend tsaajt
Hon. Chief ('ommlasittner of I*andi ��*,������ ���,
Victoria,   B. C.,  to purchase the HStfeaS
hlef"''onwnlaaiotier of l^Q'li'un-i^jru.
_ C, lo purchase the foiJo-a'ai -h>
scrlbed land, situated lu ihe Wesl K.*.>tin ���>>
trlct: Cemmencing at a post planttsi 'ait.
wesl aide of Kootenay lake, near abiiecni
point, and marked J. sfcKlnnon-i 8. tn
l*.*��t. lbenee weat 80 chain, thenca nortt 8 I
chalna, thence east 80 chains more or km to inshore, theuce along lake shore .o-sjiuof ne-
mencement.
Dated April 4.1807. Signed J McKim*
Netson I^tnd District. Dlstrlctof WesKaagBBL,
Tske nolloe that eMward Fraatr. of hm
Montane. V. ti A . occupation suol \ ��� *��������� ^
lends to spply for permlsaloo to poftuit***
following describe*! Und : ComntLciu Si
post planted on the weat short of ';���-��������:
shsn (��� -r ii.ooj lake, snd at the sontkt-u'.-wai
of Lot 8139, thence west JO ..m,;,' t:,; ...j I
OOcbelns, thence east *) chain*, the nrr toflfi a
chains, tbence east eo chsins, mon*or laa\at|
weat shore of epp-sr Whauhan (tanbooiUi;
thence northerly and westsrly alone tbisg
���bore Sf chains, mors or less, to potiiaf tm- 1
mencement, and eoutaining .'1 wrs imi
|���     ^
Uay mh. 19.*7
it'**.: run.
Bisly deyi after date l iDteod lo a-;..--*as
Hon Chief CommlMluner of Ur '��� %-. '. ���'������* \
tor pern-lsslt>n to purchase the (.-;.�����:(* I
acrlbed lend m W��at Kootreay 4Utrict im-1
menclng at a post marked A C 8'iscrtl
uorner post, running 40 rhaloi tumj -Mf I
tbe boundary uf Timber ltr��nc*e No K4 .kt-Mt |
southerly 80 obelus, thence *eslsrl*rSS.__
theuce northerly S* chains alooi Ui I M
track to the place of commencemtDt, (ossa**, J
two htindreil ecres, more or leaa.
!-������ ate,i thu 9th day of May. 1907.
A c Rtia.heas
I, the undersigned, after 80 days intend to apply to lhe Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Landa
and Works to purchase the following described ,
land: Corumciicing at the N. K. C. of Lot 7f,8ft
0. I., thence west 40 chsins, thence north '20*)
chains, theuce east 40 chalus, thenco sotith 'JO
chsins to polut of commencemeut, containing HO
ecres mors or less
Locate   March JSih, 1907. w, A. MIU4.
Notice is bereny given that aodayiuaMl I
intend to apply to tha Hoaorabla M<MM| 1
mtulouer  of Lends  end   Works '�����������*-������.
to purchase the following dracrltj-f-*) Us4aia
in   West   Kooteney  district     *   :::-.-��� -M* 1
post planted at tbe  watt boundaiyofla-ia-ffl. I
and about 10 chalua south of tbeioiu w-.sa*-7 I
of  the   right of-way  of  lhe  B  L -.���.������...���:�����..��� ]
way.  and  marked   1*   A    P's ���..���:"��������.-������
thence west hsj chstns. thence Boni fcU'ts**
boundary of the right of way of B C - ������.:*-!i
railway, thence following said ije';oiU7ilea
right of-way In an easUTly ���'.������������ -!��� ������ '������ ������'**
bouutlsry of Lot 869 (il. thcr e souls ���..;.*���**<
commencement,  coniaiuinr.   100 scm, sen *
less
Dated this llth daj of Pfjae, IW.
Pal.. Ateiet Pin**
Nelson Lend Distil. 1
Take nolle* that
h.-t.fi;, ll
Dlslrl.lofWa*tt
to appl r tor psrmission u�� purchsK ui�� ���*-"* I
Ing   .lescrit-ed   lauds: " '" " " ���
Paul August fsulsoa. I& I
ipatlun lunibeman. U��aa I
- ~- -    wrchaK tfci"��� ���
.aieinni -
 ary of 1st f
way    ol   the   Brltlah   ColumUs B^,J',l.��� ���
wsy snd sliout �� chains westerly *w����,nS|
H on said railway, thence "���'���<V\   ..-,*!
eaat 20 chalm, thence  south �� rl..-1 ���-    |
east fo chains, thence nortb to lb- aiattljj
ery of the right-of-way of thatt^JgB
Houthern   Bellway.   thence  8lgairtf SSJT-i
said right-of-way to place of c4.m*Mncaa-*t
Dste^ this Juti'd.y of ygtfgfr r<ga��J
Nelsou I*n<l District.
Dlstrlctof WsitKcewSS |
  m   of PT
Montane. U B. A., t^--!*"1* ������[Siii I
tends  to  apply   for  permission uipu��w-    I
foiiowiug aasaribad isud.   torn��r*^J-����.l
p...t plented on the  west shore o   I JJJJ
of.otBia9, thence west * < hsiui. ^u i# I
40 chains, thence esst 20 ebalna, tbenja bp^ I
chains to point of commeucemeni. s-w ���
tug ao .acres' more or less- ri��oMi8it��
flay 29lh. 1907.  ^UB-wsaw^
Nelson Lend DlstrWt-   District ol! Weil Kjjjaa I
Take notice that Waller   ^^aS |
Monlana, U.S.A.,
Mt.nuna. U. 8. A.. oo\Vo\\l}ooj^^h
lo.pply   lor  permission lop    ^      .-ua
^alns, Hi*'n"_*?"������".i,K ��
.���I "li 111. WH.l .ll.tr* aa| I |>p��r
lake, ami  al  Ibe        **"      '
tbanee  wesl  HU .
lliena-e ea.t an  ,,��.,.-   ........   JM>
pailllt   0(   eotrnmetia-emeul,   aod fonawsi*
aerea, maire aar lea.. _   ... uaB.
Mar��lb.ltUT S.tTttlio-*.
BUS* I
Bl.ty .1... alter a.ie ���"""". ai'.Vpl!�����
rsaatair, ���l Hurta.n <:ii*, '��'",,,? Vi,u��
l.'hlel  .lummla.lo.ier a,f "-���"'".���JJim J'-""*
lorla. II   8., la. pairel.a... lb. I"". ",l���'���-i.-'ll
l.���... .Il��.l.,-I ��l ����-;���"���. ���o,r.��' *J
past maraeal  -'A   A   t.   si......        ^j,, 1,1*
.l.nte.1 at lb. 1.   w    raarii.T . II"       ��.,ul��
funlalnil m.rlh HI.rhalns.  Ilia"'",���,���rb.l����
tlra.n.caoilllnla.ihalns. then.. ��es>
plaa��oIea.lnnia.|i..emt.nt      ,�����������* tt"*
Au��lMtl.t.lW- "!!!!!-������g
N..i��.�� Land Dl.truri. ,u'"',t',",,*"'a!it'-
T-Jt. nolle, th.t Artliur A.        '�� J ���t:,��
Cltr.waciipall.iu raiiaber, li    ��"���      a*iJJ
..���rmlMlon lo purarhaae lhe I'j "*JJ*5,eJ *2|
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iril,, n. .:.. oi-a-iipatloi. r.n^b* ,���������, M^
laar permission u> pun'"�����"��� ���,��� rlMW^
arrlls.,1 l.li.l: ll���"*��,,�� , ...pit--.. ��!' S
the .oulh.Ml eorner ol aim *1J ��� w 'JJ
flv.. mllea Iron, the ��������'.*��. rnnnlnt^ ,
���n.raeal r* K.H.H B_ ���r"' ������ \% rt.l��'J,"
north DO ebalna,  th. "���*,*���'���-halo. ��r*
il''.1*-".'. BISW"1"
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Nelson
Take
Tak. no.lo. thai ��'orn��i;    iS.J-,'" V
lor |K,rml��l"nto ""J ��� , ,.,..! JM*
erlbeal lanal : ....inma.na WW ,, s I"' .��� ���
Frank K. H..��me.t.'�� ,**-*,.' ".".nlna *����������"*����������� *
...I. B. N K. .airner.", ���'"''" ��, .-Bain" �� ,.
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eballi.  lo   Plaee  nl   W���� .�����>'*
aa.res oi I.nd, '��"">'".��'���  c.i"��,uI\,*ll.
D.ie.1 ma *>1K^a%*nStwt****" Prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Bny
The BACON We Sell
It Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured aud  Smoked.    Our Horns Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co*, Ltd.
INELSOIN, B. O*
TIMBER NOTICES.
kelson Uml Dlatrlct. Distrl-t of West Kootenay
It..-, notice lhat Patrick Hhcraii. of Nelaon,
i a pation prospeclnr, iiiu-uti* u. apply
r, ,_ , . tuher licence over lhe following
KlfV'-.-.iiitii'is. ' ommenelna ai a post i-IbuUm!
KSti �� "; I--'**f l"t"^W. belugValrlck
BhXii'i S    E   cornel   post    running-   south  ��0
���hail.-   thfncc  ��est sOehains.  thence  north an
W,f. .  aa I 80 tthalaa an point ol com-
iKtsTJaiua- ���*������'. i'-*w7-        1-sTaic-a HiikSAB,
1 Rams BtSAKD. Agent.
||a..0i- hand District,   Distrh-t of Weal Kootensy
CiaiaSo I.   Take notice thai   Peter  Lund, of
���L-dtifr. B c . i*cni>atioti lumlM-rmsn, Intends
atibii 'for aipedaJ   timber   llcenc**   ttrer   the
, '���-.   ,]..., rlbe-1   lands:    < omtncliclug   at   a
it pleated al the north *-a-terly post of lot ��i;
B.iHlUcbalH- south   --I timber   licence No. 7<Jln,
ifa'f ���r".tli IW ehaius,   thence  eaat 40 chalua,
tear*- oorth 1"J< tiaius.   thenee   west 40 chalna
> th- ;���;*-* "��� ciiiiiiuencemeni, aud  containing
Jo a*-r-** aora or. <-sa_
flisted July stih. WW. 1'arraa Lran.
q Ur, ! District.   Distrl't of West Kootenay
Iciaim So, l   Take notice  that  Peter Lund, of
Si-.'--  B Coocopatlon lumbcrmsu, Intends
\ t;-. i :������' a dj-t-cial   ilnit*er  licence over  the
petal deacrlbed  lands:     Commencing  ata
g punted on an eaat  bonnttarf of lot 8.2. ioo
UDisoutb of timts-r ilernce 701H and 40 chains
Location post clalni  No, 1. theace north
ithaini, th'!*' ��� aest 80 chalna, thence aouth ao
_u.\*   tb--ii<e  treat BO rhalns  to   the  point of
fcrofoeemrDl, sr*'1 i-ontalnlug O40 acres, more
|Ktc! Jul-* act!.. 1907. Parse Lean.
\.* :. Und Dutrict. District ai West Keo'enay
Claim Ni. t.   Take notice that   Peter  Lund, of
1��- '��� ��� ��� b <    ���-    ipetlon lumberman, luleuda
Ttpply for a -j-cial Umber llcenc*' over the lol-
t,o| Ot-Jicribrd lamia: CtimaieO'tug at a post
i ��� lar>of lol sli, HO i halns
pttof a- location post claim No. I, tbence
hMdulni, tbanee east ho chains, lbenee
I ni. thenoa west ho chaina to point
eaaesBieot,   aud  containing  640 acres,
: 1-t, UWT.
Par kb LrwD
Nelsou Una District.   District of West Kootenay
Take notice that "David Henry Telford." 8as-
ksuton, flask., occupation lumbermau, Inteuda
Ui apply for a special timber licence over the fol
lowing described lends:
No 1 Commencing ata post plantetl about 8
chains uorth of the northwest corner of Timber
Limit -144. west branch of Intl.- Hlocan river.
West Kooteney, thence west 80 chalna, thence
south HO chsins, thence east HO chaini, tbent-e
north so chains to point of commencement aud
containing 640 ecres, more or lesa.
Dated July 8th, 1907     lu vio Haaar Tblpohu.
No. 2. Commencing a poat plsnted on the east
bank of Cougsr creek, and ou the north bounl*
ary of timber limit -144. west branch of Little
Hlocan river, thence north 160 chelns, thence
cast 40 chains, theuou south 160 chains, thence
wvst 40chains to place of commencement, and
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated July 10th, 1907. Davin HBMBY Tsi.i-oan.
No -I Commencing st a j...at planted on bank
of ttussle creek, about 'JO chains sonth of tbe
Bintth boundary of timber limit 8147. west branch
��f Little j-.iot---.il river, theuce weet So chains,
Ihence sotith M0 chains, thenee east SO chains,
thenre north HO chelns to the point of commencement aud containing 640 acres, more or
less. ���
Daled July Uth. 1907. Darin Haaar TatroRD.
No 4. Commenclna et a post plsnted about 8
chains east from east hank of Kussle creek, and
on the weet boundary of limit 8, thence wesi ho
ehalna, thenee south 80 chains, tbence east 80
chsins. thence uorth 80 chelns to point of commencement, and coutainlug 64" acres, more or
lose.
Dated July 1 ith, 1901. Davit, Hairar TaiJfoab.
No. U. Commencing al a post planted about
60 chains west of (Jooss Creek end about six
miles from Its mouth at Hloos-u Kiver. said post
Is about 40 chalua west from D H Telford's tiaa-
ber appllaettoa No. It, lbenee east 40 chains to
Maker application No. 11. thence north ISO
i-bates, theoce wesl 40 chains, theuce south 160
cbelus. to point of commencement, end contain
Ut* (UO acres, more or less.
tsated July 17th, 1887. Davit. Haaar TBLroan.
No. 14. Commencing et a post plantetl at the
southwest corner of No. 18, thence west 40 chains.
thsnee north 180 chelns, thence eest 40 chains,
theace south 160 chelns to point of commence-
nit-iit, and containing 6|u acres, more or less
IfSaan July 17th, 18tJ7   Davit, Hinby Tai.mai*.
A. IfILToa. Agent.
�� P-rk <i
:.* '.-.ai Irs F, Taylor, c.crk. of Arrow*  '
'..I apply for a spt-clel licence  |
-.>.-   '-.mi   tha    following   deacrlbed  '
. * n ������ ������.���l planted TOcbains
- ia easterly tiirecllnn from Cariboo
rs f Taylor's. W. Parkins' 8 W.
���*��� '. 1-1 <>u the aoutb by T. L No 7666,
���'. ay T.L l-o 767J, thence north W>
��� * ���*��� ��� halns, theme anulh 80
���net.   west ao chains to point  ol  com-
Ball in| Ht s post i.lante<l aoshslna
:.! ti at-aaterly direction from Cariboo
sd ��� larkiua'. lr*r Taylor's 8. W.
'���- ' bounded on ths west by T. 1. 7(5*7,
jbF Taylor's and W. Perkins'T.I.
M north 40 chains, thenoe east IM)
ih 40 chains, thence west 160
��&i*o is-tint of I'omm-Dcenen.
Jsoti Und Dlatiiet. District of Weat Kootensy
| -������(���)������*!yen tb��t 3u deya after dele i.  I
a*.     -*. it-rt. miner.of Nelaon. ��.(;.. intend   I
WMtoineH.-i.. the  rhief  Commissioner of  '
~*".��do Murks lor a spaelaJ lloence to cut and
J ����sy timber from the following described
it *.tTiati-.l ut-  Miimmli  creek.   In   the  West
fWuaj hlitrlct;
amasi tag at a j*.-** marked J F. 0'a
��� rth. aat f-omer^jatmt, located ou
s imi ui ������iimmit tiji ek about two miles from
> - theace running south HO chalus,
���"���".ting went 40 chain*, thence running
'''���'-���.in. ttienee west 40 chains, ihenoe
-��� aalas, tbaaoa running east 40 chains,
ra&hibg sm.ihai chains, thence east 40
pace of i "inineneement.
a-siett oa the 2i��th day of August, 1907.
I-'H*. P, HwioiiBii,   1-n'alOl.
per hi* agent Paica afcDoNaui
-���nitiii-nrinK at a j...-t marked J   P. S*s
.uortiiwest corner  i>ost. located on
���   mmit -reek, about two miles from
������*!   tiM-neti ninuing south  So chalna,
������- ilag -���*! *vi ehalns, thenee running
nn-   thenoa  ruonlng  west ao chains
''i    iTim.'iM't-ineui.
���-Mon the i-jth day of August, I'm.
John V  -*������ sm'.i f...    I-..-ator.
!- ' hli sgent s>h-k MclsuaaLO.
*n UnJ l-iiirict.  District of West Kooleuay
���   '   K  F. Htewert,  ol  Colling-
-   ���-���'���.path.H   lumberman, intends  to
fcilSfif. tt*bw  ilwncearer  the   fol-
k       ; *""I*      Coinoienalns; ete post
E.u'i^u :?uh *u"*m "5�� OU* mile so'ulh
Fnii ��... V !u'?/ -J" h*!-ul wateraol Uran-
I 7ii!��, \ R V -*-��warfaN. E. Angle
Imiffi,mnh *" <*balns, thence west 40
K hs��sl ,,"utl��,'->"*t'>a. tbence west B
RKE! """' H -��*��hS, theuoe east 80
IiiM , U",rlh ** ehalns. th.-nce west 30
{���������*���. m'lre'or l1.as0|ninC"<'*'m*'Ilt' conU,nlr*S
���.I .      ]'n ***** R  K HTBWaar.
J ������ -��Sfl iM.trlct. District of West Kooleuay
|*'":'tU;:..,,l;;l,J K\K- ����*wert.of Colllng-
ij-fnii uj, '',' V,lJ'""i-^rmsu,  inteuda  to
Pid*i.rXnln"'bc'1i-'*emsB  over  the lol-
���**���������''!. tl,������..,','. '    .;.    """"eiiclng at a post
"M  J M���'"--/���"l-iooi  asmall   creek Sue
������ cisl  .it    "*1.'1  a<!--*-"w inlue, about 80
���TiN k.",*"11"  ""'�����*   toarked J. R. F.
"��� loaih ���*fl' l"'"1' !*�����" east w chalna.
r- -"ill    SA   .   ���"' ,!,l',1��,e  wesi-Jo ehaius.
" nnrth  ��    V*".11*   -���"������-��'���  W��wt8.1 ehalns,
'���'���""��� l.l.lr.1...  ST.irl7tol*\MlKoot��|M
�� 'ii mill,.,, lulamd, tn  apply lor a
I'a-iia���<���   liver   u,e   lollowlu.  it-
'iii.i.ii.-lliK at a p���.t plaiiCl HU
... nr. r ol liiuunrttishairelluo
.nr, 10 ,.,",:,'   ,   '  -"',l 8 "balsa,
{.'-"���ulbaii ..|,.,.""', ,'*".">' �����������"�� *> chain.,
Vl B, ljin"lu" ''t" *aro��. ui..ra. air luu.
f . -i J�������� K.KTH.
K*' lir.n,��   a,;.!"10,"1 ''.'anrly lor a JiHK-lal
E1" < > i Ti ."J.* V/.'VS i*' "r,7v L**:?. ,'"��n'*-',i ����th�� ��...-
fc ' '"�������� . I 'laii.V u ", a |. ...   *irn  '">"*   With Iha
If* ""��� Hii-ii ,' , i? "bain., thenc. wa-st
t.'"". ".nt. ,���'".,, "' b..��li.nliiK, uonlaluln*
l,���r*���,'!;U'll'''ll��"-
t''.."""l. r.,.k*;,*>1,"*���,���"*"*- '''"Oicl 00 tlio bank
'."'""'���ii. .��� wlii,,. . "'A ��b"ut 'our mil..
���������."', ''balm, ii,..,,,,,,""". "oi'haln.. lli.no.
t?lb*��lnnioITnSStkHS "" rb��"�� to lb.
fib , ""'lalnln, otil acre., moro
i.c����'m.'!,'',';,.'.',,l:..i-w..
o hank
..' mllea
, thence
. tht nee
. j to the
 ..Q| 640 acres, more
^l-'llttli.iyo,,
^��X4��h��a0n,,MPIltLtfn
A-HA-JJtSTT, Agent.
Notice la hereby given inst 60 days after date 1
intend lo appiv to the Honorable the Chlel Commlasloner of Lauds aud W'orks for a special
license to cut and carry away timber from tbe
following described lsnds in West Kootenay district :
No. 1.---Commencing at s post merked William
Wa.mah'y. planted at Kokanee Creek Siding on
the Procter eilenslon, on the west side of Dot
wr/.' on the south side oi the Wf-at Arm of Kootenay lake, ������iiiimaoclag at tbe M . K corner post
running south 80 chains, weat Mil chain*.. north 80
chalna, eaat to chains to place al hcgiuuiug.
Located 3rd June, 1807.
William Waumar, Locator,
Janaa Uuaaaai> aa Age-'l.
Nelson Land Dtatnct. Diatrtatof West Ktkitenay
lake notice that FanL JUiatut ratus.in, of Kitchener, it. c, o-saaataan remheraaan, intends
to apply fore ips*��*4el tsSBber liceoee over the following described lands: coaiBaaiieliig ate poat
plantetl at the southwest corner of surveyed lot
Tilfl-li.l. tbeiHts cast 40 ehalns, Iheuce north 80
oLslns, thence east lo it-esontheastncsriser olsatd
lot. thence uorth to the northeast corner of said
lol, ihence east ta the west boundary of pre-emption No. MB. thanea aouth to the north bouudsry
of timber itwiM No. SMg, thenoa weet along
aeld north boundary tfl the northweat e��mer of
sal-1 licence, theme svmth loUie n..rth tsnun.lary
of timber licence No. 7018 thenee west to a point
ttnu south ot commencement, theuce north to
point ot commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or lees.
Dated July *tud, 1907.   Petit, Armm Paulson.
Nelson Lend District   District of Weat Kootenay
Take notloe that Henry Keichert. uf Nelson,
B C, prospector, intends to apply for a apeclal
licence te out and carry away timber from tbe
following described lands:
No. 8 Commencing at a post planted near the
northeast corner poat ol timber licence No. 9264
and near Henry Keichert S. W. corner poat of
timber location So. 7, on main Lemon creek and
marked Henry Keichert southeast corner post
No. 9, ihenoe 80 chalna nortb, ihence 80 chains
west, t&ence 80 cbslns south, thenoe 80 chsins
east to the point of commencement.
Dated July "17,1907.
No. 10 Commenelng at a post planted about 20
chalna mere or leas south front tbe northwest corner of lot au *tf>43 on main Lemon
creek and maraed Henry Rclchert east corner
post ao. 10, thsnoa 40 chsins north more or less
to aboul midway of the south boundary line of
timber licence ao *U66. theuce 160 chains west,
theuce 40 chains south, thence 160 chaina east
to point of commencement.
Dated July 77th, 1907
ao. 11 Commencing at a post planted on Monument errek , about 70 chains, more or less, south
from where Monument creek, emptys Into Lemon creek, and near Henry Keichert northeast
corner post of timber lucstlon ao 8, anil marked
"Henry Keichert aorthwaat corner post ao 11,
thenre 1��0 chains aoulh, theuce 80 chalna east,
thence 160 chalna north, theuce 40 ebalna west
to the point o�� com in en cement
Dated July-Tib, ll**/!.
Ilasvav Rait-HKBT. Locator.
Nelson Und Dlatriot.   District of Weet Kooteney
Take notloe that I, Harold N. Edgecombe, ot
Ksrule, B. (,'.. clerk. Intend to epply tor a apeclal
timber licence over lhe following deacrlbed
lends:
E Commencing at s poat planted et the confluence of the north fork sf Corn creek about
two mllea from IU confluence with the Main
creek thenee south 40 chalus, thence well 180
chalna, theuce north 40 chains, thence east 160
chalm to the place of beginning, containing 6��
acres, more or leaa.
Located Auguat 17th, 1807
9. Commencing sl a poal planted on the bank
of the north fork of Corn creek about twu miles
from lis confluence with the Malu creek, thenoe
south 80 chains, thenoe weat 80 chains, thonce
north no chains, thence cast 80 chains to the
place of beginning, containing StO ecrei, more
or less. 	
Located August 17th. 1907.
8. Commencing ata post planlod on the hank
of the nortb fork of Corn creek about four BUM
from Ita conflnonee wtth the Main creek, thence
south So chains, thence eaat 80 chaina, thence
nnrlh 80 chalna, thence west 80 chsins to tho
place of beginning, containing 640 acrea. more or
laicated Auguat 17lh, 1907.
6. Commencing st a post plsnted on the bans
of the north fork of dorp creek about ���mljM
from Itsconfluenue with the Main creok. he
north 40 ohalna. thence east i�� ohalna. theme
south 40 chains, lbenee west ISO ohelna to the
pllvJ ot beginning. contslning 640 seres, more
or 1mm.
Usual Aufi.at loth, INS
a Oomm.nplng .1 a po.t pl.nti.il on Iha bank
ol th. north lork ol Bora araafc aT-oata!. mHaj
lra.ni IU a-a,..-l.,-u>-re wIts the Main a-reek. tlianc.
."Th m ."haln'r lh.,n<* ��.l StbaE SKgj
north �� oh.lM, Ih.naMi mat W chain. M. lh.
plam ol latslnnl.iK. oonlalnlnt M0 .or*., mor.
Ucalsd Au.nat leth, i��n.
1. Co-nmcnolni al . p.i.1 nlanw-l "Bto-JJJIS
of lh. nairlh lork oi Jlorn croak a �� ..tlU ���� s
Irom Us conlluom-e *vlth tho MaiBorMk. J a *
south 90 ciiaius, thenc. *-****�����,,��� ainio
north at) chalna, thonoa east SO chain, loin.
1.1.00 ol twilnnlng, oonulniui StO acr... moro
"Wltd AU.U.I l��th, W*'iD(lleoII���i lM.M,
A. a��KSTT, Ag.nl.
The t>afly CanatBan
WIOOW'S SON REVIVED
Raising of the  Dead at  Nain���Services
Announced for  Tomorrow  In
City Churches.
Tomorrow will be the Blxteenth Sunday after Trinity. Next Suturday will
by the festival or St. Matthew the apostle and evanKOliHt. The calling of St.
.Matthew, aa told by the evangelist himself, consisted merely in the words:
"Follow Me," uttered without explanation and obeyed without hesitation or
question.
The gospel for the sixteenth Sunday
after Trinity is the account of the raising from the dead of the son of the
widow of Nain, and the Impression it
created throughout Judaea, an impression which d06S not seem to have endured.
Tho following aerncea are announced
for tomorrow In the churches of Nel
son:
Church of Rngland���St. Saviour's,
corner Ward and Silica street
Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity, holy
communion, J* a. in.; morning prayer
and holy cornmanlon, 11 a. m.; Sunday
School. 2.80 p. in.; evonsong. 7.30 p. m.;
He*. P. H. Graham, rector.
Roman Catholic���Church of Mary Immaculate,   corner  of  Ward    and    Mill
Nelson Lead Dlatrlct. Dlatrlct of Weat Kootenay
Take notloe that *amea Kectb.of Hpokane,
Wkah., tjixiupatloa, miner, intends to apply for a
sptpcial ttmber lleenee orer the following de-
scribed lsnds: ('ommencin-r ata post about U
roda north of the center of the north shore llneoi
l*oundarj- Lake and at the southeast corner of
Timber Limit No 1*774, ami marked Jim**
Keelh's S. W. Corncrpoat, theoce north to chains,
thenr-e eaat 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
ihence weal S0chalu-to |*olnt of commencement, snd couteJufim :-\o acrea, more or less.
July SO, iftff. JAM.U Finn.
Nelson Lend District JMstrict of West Kootensy
Take notice that we, Archibald Bremner aud
(���eorae Young, both of the city of Nelsou, in the
Province of British Columbia, lumbermen, intend lo apply for sin-clal tlmocr licenses over tbe
f<-Howlok -l.-H.Tiii. J lands:
I CommencuiK at a post planted about 290
yards westerly from the Junction of lhe north
and main forks of Summit creek, a creek Hum inn
into Kootenay river south of the southern end of
Kootenay lake In the district of West Kooteuay,
which iuncllon ts about 18 or 20 mllea from the
mouin of such creek, thence south 40 cbains,
ihence east 160 chains, thenoe north aOrhalos.
thence west 100 chains to the point of commence*
men. and contelnlnf- 640 acrea more or less.
AHi  HII-AlIi    Mt;*M>TK.
Dated this Mb dav of August, l,*"7
.'. Coram en el u a et s post plsnted abo.it 2ft0
yards westerly from the main and north forks of
summit creek, e creek flowing into Kootenay
river south of the southern end of Kootenay lake
ln the district of Weet Kootenay, thence south 80
chains, thence weat 40 chains, tbence south ai
chains, thence w*ust 40 chains, thence north **���
chains, ihenoe eest 40 chains, thence north 40
chains, thence east 4o chains to the polnl of com-
men-*ement and conlainlng 6to acres more or
less. t.KOROB Youao.
Dated this Ml. day of August, i'.*T.
3 ('nmmenclns at a post planted about 200 feet
north from the bank of the main Hummlt creek,
and about 2 miles weaterly from the Junction of
the nortn fork end the main fork of such creek,
a creek flowing into Kootenay rlrer south of the
southern end of Kootenay ls-ke in the dlatrlct of
West Kootensy, thence soutn ao cbslns. thence
eaat 80 chains, thence north SO chains, thence
west 8" chalua to the potnt of commuueement
and containing 040 acres more or less.
AR'-HIBAU>   liltK-s-MXR.
Dated this Mh day of Auguat, Wffa
4 Commencing at a post planted  about 2 milts
p   an   unnamed   creek   flowing   into   summit
creek from tbe south at ano'it 22 mllea from the
uHiu.ii ni Hummlt creek which latter is a creek
tlowlne Into Kootenay river south of the southern eud of Kootenay lake in lhe district of West
Kooteuay, thence north SO chains, thence east ao
ohalna, tbence south Mi cbains. thence west HO
chains to the point ol commencement and con
tainlng 640 acres more or leas.
('EOBGS YOCM.
Dated this 6th day of August, IW>
6 Commencing at a post planted two miles up
en unnamed creek flowing into Summit creek
from the south at about 22 miles from the mouth
of Summit creek, which latter is a creek flow in*
into Kootenay river south of the southern end
of Kootenay lake In lhe district of Wesl Kootenay, thence south **������ chains, thence east 80
chains, theuce  north ao chains,  thence  west E0
��� halns lo the point of commencement and con*
lalnlug 0*0 acrea more or less.
Akchibam-  Hkkmnrh.
Dated thla Mh day of August, 1907.
8 Commencing alapost planied about one
and a half miles up the north fork of .-i.intuit
creek, a creek flowing into Kootenay river south
of the southern end of Kootenay lake In the district ot Weat Kootenay, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 40 cbslns, thence east 40 chalus,
thence aouth 40 chains, thence west 80 chains,
th.oi.-e north 40 chains, theuce west-HO chsins,
ihence north Id chsins to the point of commeuce
ment and containing BW acres more or less
��� ,kmh.,k Yoenu.
Dated this (ah day of August, 1W?.
7. Commencing at a post planted about one
mile and a half up the north fork of Htimmli
creek, a creek flowing Into Kootensy river south
of the aonthern end of Kooteuay lake, in Ihe
dlatrlcl of West Kootenay, thence north 4Mi chains,
theuce west 40 chains, theuce north 40 chains
ihence eaat 80 chalna, thence south 40 . -.kIio,
thence east 40 cnslns, thenee souih lo chsins,
thence west 80 chains to the point of commencement Slid   contain.nit 640 acrea, more or less.
Dated this 6th day of August. 1907.
Am -1111111.11 Baaaaks.
8. Commencing  at  a  post   planied   about a
��� Hiarter of a mile westerly from the norlh fork
<>f Hummlt creek, and about two miles and a
half up such uorth fork irom Its Jtiuctloti with
the main Hummlt creek, a creek flowing Into
Kootenuy river, south of the southern end of
Kootenay lake iu Ihe district of West Kt.otenay,
thence north 80 chains, thence easl HO chaius,
ihence south 80 chains, theuce west 80 chains to
the point of com men "cin.-ni, and coutalntttg 6*10
acrea. more or less
Daled this 6th day or AuguRt.1907.
i.Kiuii..: Yoi'Ni..
9 Commencing  at  a post planted   about a
uarter of a mile  westerly  from  the north   fork
<it Summit creek ami about three miles up such
north fork from Its lum'tlnn with the main Hum,
mil creek, a creek flowing Into Kootenay river,
aouth nf the southern end of Kootemiy liike In
lhe district West Kootenay, thence west HO
chains, thence north SO chains, thence cast 80
chains, theuoe south 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
" Dated this 6th day of August, 1907.
AIU Ml BALI) BllKMNKK
10. Commencing at a post planted about a
iMiarter of a mile westerly from the north fork
ol Summit creek nnd about three miles up auch
north fork from ita junction with thu main Summit creek, a creek flowing into Kooteuay river,
south ot the southern cud of Kootenay lake, lu
the district of West Kooteuay, thence west 40
chains, theuce south 160 chains, theuce cast 40
chains, thence noi th 160 chultis to the imlnt of
.���oiiiin.'iicciueni, and containing 640 acrea, moro
or leaa.
Dated thls20lh day of August, 1007.
AKCIIIMAl.lt BRIHNBB'
II Commenclne at a post planted about half a
mile easterly from tho south fork of Hummlt
creek an-' about one mile 80*11 b of tbe main
Hummlt i roefc, a crock flowing lit to Kootenay
river south of the southern end of Kootenay lake
Iti the district of West Kootenay, thence eant 80
chains, Ihence south 8o chains, thonce west 80
ehaius, ihcneo norlh 80 chains to the polut of
fnuim-siiconictit and containing M0 acres more
or l'*HH. Abohihai.i- Bkbmnbb.
Dated thla 21st day of Auguat, 19U7,
streets: Low mass, 8 a. m.; high mass,
10:30 a. m.; evening service. 7:30 p. m.
Uev. Father AlthoiT. priest.
Presbyterian church���St. Paul's, cor
ner of Victoria and Kootenay atreets:
Morning service, 11 a. m.; Sunday
school, 12:30 p. in.; evening service,
7:30 p. m. -lev. J. T. Ferguson, minister.
Methodist church���Corner Silica and
Josephine streets: Morning service, 11
a. ni.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. Rev. R. N
Powell,   pastor.
Baptist church���Stanley street, near
Mill: Morning service, 11 a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school,
2:30 p. m. Rev. E. H. Shanks, pastor.
Salvation Army���BarracKa on Victoria street, west of Josephine: Special services for tomorrow. Knee drilL
9 a. in.; holiness meeting, 11 a. m.; a
praiue meeting at 3 p. m.; salvation
meeting at 8 p. in.
WYOMING AMUSEMENTS.
Sheep   Herders   Shot  Boy  for   FunOne
Killed,   Another  Captive.
Cokeville. Wyo., Sept. 14.���Joe Bates,
a sheep herder, wus shot and instantly
killed by J. S. Branson, a rancher, living thirty miles north of this place,
after he and his brother Sam had shot
a seventeen year old boy whom they
had held up und robbed, and had terrorized the people along the road which
they travelled for several hours.
The Hates brother, after drinking to
SXOBSSi started out to hold up every
body they met, and eventually ran Into
Branson, who resisted them, snatching
Sam Hates' revolver from Its holder and
killing Joe Bates as tbe latter was attempting to draw bis gun.
The shooting of the boy was deliberate and caused great indignation. Sam
Hates was place under arrest, and the
youthful victim of their outlawry, whose
name was not learned, waa taken In
charge by neighbors and driven to
town on tils way to Salt Lake for treatment in the hospital In the hope of
saving his life. Lynching is threatened
If the boy dies.
aaSBaai
	
ata*
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Reduced
Rates to
The Coast
Greatest Chance of ths Season.
See the Coast
at Its Best
VICTORIA  FAIR  8EPT. 24 TO  28.
Return  Tickets  (19.05.     On  sale   8ept.
20th to 24th.     Good until Oct. 3rd.
WESTMINSTER   FAIR,  OCT.   1   TO   5.
Return ticket. $16.55.    On sale Sept.
27th  to  Oct.  2nd.    Good  until  October   10th.
Tlckels for Westminster Fair may be
ilesllned Vancouver If desired.
For further particulars call of write
K. J. OOYLE, J. MOE,
A.Q.I'.A..VaniiiUTer. D. P.A.. Nelson
In ths Matter of    tha -Land    Registry
Act" and Amendments thereto,
���AND���
In the matter nl an applic.tlon lor Ihe lssaia. ot
a .ttinlla-at. nl the . .rtlfl.at.. of Tin. ior Lot.
.Mil. j.��i-j, an.l Ji".-.   llrnupl, Kootenay  Dlatrlct.
Nntla-e I. ha'r.'l.y nlven that It la rs, Inuutlnn
lo iasue at the expiration nf one month from th.
llrat publication heteof a iliinlleatv lertlfla ata- a.l
Title ta> the above ���!>���-> HI....1 Un.ls, ln tho name ol
Jamea Roaleria-a Robertson, which Certificate 1.
.lativl it...-..it, .I., ol August, mse, .nd l. nuu*
boreal nil, k.
I.ii.i.l Keelstry ofllco, Nel.nn, B.C., Slat of
August, 1KT1. II. r. MacI.KOU,
Illstrlct Ke.l.tr...
F. C. GREEK       F. F. BURDEH       A. H. CREEK
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers, Doniiiilon and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
COR.Via OF IA It KOOTENAY SIS.. r-EL50H.i*.C
P. 0. Box US,  Time lit B.
I I* IIS.
INOTICe
In tho matter of sn sppilcstlon tnr iha Issue of
��� lui'lli-t.t.M nf tin < Yrtlilt-ati n ot Title) to lata 11,
VI uml t:i, (rrouit l, Wost Kootonay nistrlct, alao
l; ii.'w ii as tho "K-ioteDsy Chief," "t'oiuforl" and
"Lulu" mineral Halms rexpectl-rsly.
NotUe is Int.-..- irlven that It la my Intention
to Ir-suo st the exi'lraUon. of one month aftfrthe
tirst publication hereof a duplicate of Orilflcate
��[ Title No. 6W)Uo( an undlvldeil 81-lUtnha In
.'mil of the a-ove loi*., iHMied on the 17th day of
May, A. I>. 18Ht. iu the name of John V. Ainsworth,
hik! alNttn iliipllrste ol ('crtlflt-ete of Title No.
Mm of an undlvhl. ��l 10-lootha in eaeh of the
Hhove tots, Irtsuod on the 17th day of May, A. D
1H-M'., iii the name of GaojM J. Ainsworth.
Land HoKlstry Ottos, Ntdson, B. C. August 6ih
1907.
"H. F. Msul.aoi.,"
DaBlrlct Kegtatrar.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Helaos. B. c.
Lighted by KlectftcltT Sand
Hosted by Hot Air
SATIS tt PIB DAT
lause aad Uomlorubl. Bedroom, sad Flr.1.
claa.Dlnlna Boom.   Maniple Koom. tor Commer.
etal  at*n.
mm. B. O.OLABEB, ProBTlatraa,
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled ln the city.
House    heated    throughout    with    hot
water.
J. A. ERICKSON, l'rcprletor.
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court House
and Postof-lce, Nelson, B. C.
TreKioat House
sToiopeaa aad Amarlo.. Pisa
���eali as eta.   Booaas from 36 eta. to tl
Only White Help Baployed.
MALOtnt   ft  TRBQILLUB
Bakor St.. Nalaoa Proprlaton
Battlett   House
amo. w. BARTLrrr.
Proprietor.
Best DoIUr-a-Day House In Nelson.
Tha Bar la tha Finest.
White Help Only Employe*).
Josephine Bt.
Nelson. B. O.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM EOBKKTB,
rsoraisTssaa.
Bates tl and 11.60 a Day.
Special Batea to Regular Bosvd*n
Athabasca
Saloon..
CORUER
BAIER AND
KOOTEUAY
STREETS.
Moat comfortable quarter.      Nelaon]
Only the beat of Liquor, aad Olg.ra.
BILLIARDS.
POOL.
MARTIN   IVENS        JNO.  PHILBERT
���NOTICE
In the matter of sn appllcntioa tor tbe issue of
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for lot 22,
snd the west bslf of lot 21, block 01, In the Town
of Nelson.
Notice is hereby -riven tbat it la my intention
to Issue st the expiration of one month after the
���lni publication hereof a duplicate of thecertlfl-
i*ate of title for the above lands, in the name of
Lydla t-hlelds. which certificate Is dated tbe Xlat
day of iH-rumher, 1900, and numbered SMI x.
MH  F. if scLbod,"
District R*-*jlstrar.
A SIMPLE EXPEDIENT
How   Sana  Business       Men   Explain
Miatakea      of
Typewriter.
The phra*-e "dictated but not reread" Is now
iii-fiiKiniiaiiv Heea s-jimped or typewritten ln
the lower left band oorner of a typewritten
letter. This lathe li.lcist loophole of escape
itdopted by cautious though very tiusy men
to avoid readlna over the lettem they dictate,
und, at the same time, to explain any error
made by a careless or Ignorant stenographer.
By this almple expedient a business man la
ablcto affix hla signature to each of a pile of
typewritten letters, trusting that no glaring
mistakes have been made. Agnln- with this
printed explanation the buslnt*-* man may
leave before the day's mall Is finished, tills
explanation making a personal signature unnecessary.
Ttils scheme for relieving one's self from
the results or mistakes caused either by the
inlsunden-tAndlng of a word at the time of
dictating or the stenographer's Ignorance of
business terms was first adopted by travelling
���talesmen obliged tn have most of their correspondence done at hotels along the route and
never sure of the accuracy of the stenographer
nvnlluble.
As In many cases a salesman Is obliged to
leave for another city before his letters are
finished, the necessity for some auch explanation ta obvious. While a carbon copy of each
letter Is usually sent him at hla next stopping
place, the original goes on lo the hoad-juarters
tif hla company and sometimes contains
amusing mistakes, the result of Ignorance of
the terms used In his  particular line of bust-
Kor liiHtanee, not long ago n fire Insumnco
adjuster obliged lodlrlatean Imporlant Intter
IiihI before taking a train whs surprised on
his next vIhU lo the home office to find that
only ii bout half of hU letter had cvrr been ro-
eelved. About midway tn the letter the stenographer had Inserted thla note :
"Here lhe gentleman went so fasti didn't
know what tie said, but It waa something
about a cross eyed agreement."*}
After a little thought on tho part of the one
who dictated the letter ho remembered that
he had referred to a quasi agreement, an ex-
iireislon wllh which the hotel stonographe-
wm evidently unfamiliar.
Another lUftjUloa was the ease of a young
attorney who dictated a latter to his stenographer asking a brother lawyer If he could
argue a demurrer on a certain day. The
letter wan i-eni out hurriedly and not reread.
The next day the letter was returned to
the writer asking for an Interpretation of
what seemed a surprising request. Investigation sl-owed that the stetit*urapher had
misread her notes and Inquired If the .voting
lawyer could "agrte to demure" on a certain
������Dlotated by , but not reread by hltn'*
Is Mini -limes added to the bottom of a lelter
by me tin- of a rubber stamp, the Initials of
the parttriilur iverson dictating the letter being filled In with a pen. fhls tnethiHl Ih
adopted when tbe letter bun been dtcbtfad hy
oue mi'i'i ni  a firm and signed by aiiolln-r
perl* M'*- not eut Irely familiar wllh the uuli-
juut mutter.
TO THB PUBLIC
Five. Accident, Life and Employers' Liability bmmaaaaa
Let us quote you rates in the best board companies.
PROCTER & BLACKWOOD
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
  MADDEN BLOCK, WARD ST. "
���'*��� -It    ���%���'
Choice Fruit
Lands
l Have 10,000 Acrea
of ths
Choicest Fratt;	
British OolwHibl*.
Can soil any quantity from 5 acres to 2,1000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,     ���     Nelson, B. C.
RESIDENCES FOR SALE
$1000 Cash and the balance on extended paymentswlll buy a six-
roomed house and five lots; good
location,   price f2,500
$600 cash and the bf lance on extended payments will buy an eight-
roomed house and lot Vi block
from the car line, price $1,900.
$500 cash and the balance monthly
payment* will buy a six-roomed
houae and lot on Silica street,
price $1300.
$600 cash and $25 per month will
buy a seven-roomed house and lot
on Victoria street, price $1800.
H. <& M. BIRD
'Mi
W<\
J0BPRINT1NG
THE DAILY Cr\NjU)lAN
Is now ready to execute  all
orders for Job Printing on
shortest notice. >
The Job Department is up-to-
date in every respect and a
full line of stationery will be
kept in stock.
All orders entrusted to our
care will receive prompt and
careful attention.
-*************!��j-g?!ggMpa******'*^^
THE DAILY CANAMAN
314 Baker St.
Tel. 324.
a' i'S     'i
I-*
Certificate   of   Improvements
NOTIGB
������Montreal ' and a-<4usbec" Mlncrsl t'lslms situ
ate to the Helson Mining Division, of Wast
Kootenay District.
Where located:��� Weat branch of north fork ol
t-.slm.on river, on Craig Mountain, about nlna
mllea Iroaa Krte, B. C, ��� .. _
Tako notice that I, Alfred Wrnest Osllupo, Free
Miaer's Certificate No. B649, intend, sixty daya
from tho date hereof, to spply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate ot improvements, for
the purpna* of obtaining Crown QranU of the
stove elslma
And further tske notice that action, under
section 87. must be commeneed before tho tasu-
anoe of nni'h Certificate ot improvements.
Datnd thla 12th day of September, 1907.
SAMUEL, A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
4.11 Kinds of Heating Plants in Stock.
SANITjVHY PLUMTHNO.
Victoria St, Nr. Onera Houas.     Tsl. 181.
w.  a.  oillett
Contractor atnd
BuflaSr.
Bole .gi-ut lor the l-orto Hla*. Lnmbor Co., Ltd.,
r.tall yanla. K...ik1i anal dra.sawal lunittor, turned
work ant bracket*, I'a.ast lath aud stiuitclu., sash
and do .rs. (Yin.-in, brick and lime Ior sale.
Aut>uii.iil<' .rliider.
Yard and factory: Vernon Bl.. eaat of Ball
���Nltl^MOlN.   fa. c.
r. o. Box m Talaphoaa in
Piano aad Singing
Glvsn by Mrs, Winter  Evsry ���aturday
Mrs. Winter holds certlflcate from
Koyal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certificate from Trinity
College. London, Eng., for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conservatoire of Hualc for singing and piano
Playing.        Address Sex 7H. Nelaon.
L-;;'i.v
WM. S. DREWRY
A. If. Ou. See. a H.
DOMINION AND  PROVINCIAL LAND
(SURVEYOR.
Mining Went a Specialty.
Office: Bealey Building.   P. O. Box 414
Baker St, NELSON, B. C.
rsoxice.
In the matter ol an applioatloat for th. Ia*a. ol
duplicate of the a-ertlfla'ataa. of 1*111. [or Lol. ��, 7.
a, .ud 17, Block 2, town of Kitchener (Vapastl
and Lol U87, Uroup Una, Ui th. D r S��of tCoSS-
nay. ���   ,
Notice 1. here-ay gives thai It     way Intention
10 Issue at the expiration of on. month ��ft*r th.
11 rst publication hereof, aluplloato. ol Oertlflcalea
of Title of tho above lota In tha name of JoMph
Walk.r which tH9rllilc.lea.ra dated J-Jud day of
J.iiu-. iwuand numbered JU1A....1 sufJA r��.
���peetlT.1*.
I*nal Reti.tr>' Odea, Nelwa, B. C.,Mrd July,
1901.
���u. P.MacLaoo."
Dlatriot Baslatrar. t   -J
k 1
' %
The Daily Canadian
f i      \T CT A.    The   Birthstone
LeSt      YOU   cjOrget    for    September
Take a look iu Patenaude's Window and see those Fine
Sapphires, $2.00 to $45.00 each.
J. O. PATENAUDE
Watchmaker and Optician
MANL'I'ACtLHIMl
.IKWBL-l-K"*.---
Our THURMAN MIXTURE
is manulaotured from ins nnwst tobaeoo. Nn-
rlpenad a mi dcw-s-f/eeu-ned.     M *> mild, full-
flavored and cool     A tobacco ro��
OUght *u ">'
W. <A. THURMAN,
fobaccnnist.   RaVer Street.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Fruit,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
(IKKH'E:
N. E.co.. Baker   and   Ward   Sta.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. froadsdaile & <��
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils lor|
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Buildera will find it to their advantage to usie our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
I. mltcd.
SPECIAL
5-Room House and 3 Lots, Observatory street. House
well plastered and in good
shape. $1,000. Good
Terms.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER   ST.
WANTED
G.nersl Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning Stovea, ate.
JACKSON   RADCLIFFE,
111 East Baker St. Phone No. A114
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers In staple and fancy Groceri---
Bntter, Errs.
Gamp and Miners' Supplies.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
Une of Japanese Goods now on Bale.
All kliniii ot Dinnerware ln stock. Patterns.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
S, S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
INEUSOIN,     -     B. C.
asp** m^K m f&*' '
i *��>i^5asiS5Eri}���j*Elc ^.
Got*. Varnon   ��r.d WRt-d 8tr..ta
NELSON. B. VS.
C. V. .lames, Vancouver; J. B. H Ki ���!>-
ety, L K. Lloyd. Victoria; A. W. Smith
K.isslnnd; W. O. Stevens, Koch Biding;
W. S. Gone. Kaslo; M J. Morgan. Poplar; G. McKarlniul. Q.-rraril; H. E Wett-
lautfr, Berlin; Oapt C. Pualilon. wife mid
child. Him F. Grosvcnor ami wife, Crawford Buy; E L. Burden, Toronto; A.
S lermau, W. Stewart I raubrook ; A.
H. skers, Ohio; H J. Ma.nr. Okanni-'iin;
G. A. Barnes, Berlin; OK W. Acton, J. t>.
Snters, J. F. Muvrav, Vancouver; C. P.
Reil and wife, Keiiina; H. P. Wil-on,
Winnipeg; J Williams, Trail; P A.
Paulson, Kitchener; H. H. Hayty, A. L.
Audersin, Spokane.
...HOTEL...
Strathcona
Best Located  Hotel in Nelson
Under the mftuagt-meiit ol  K E. Noble
late of Toronto, Ottawa ftixi
Winnipeg.
H. H. Sunnlivau, Trail; J. H. Brete,
Chicago; A. D. Wheeler and wife, H. C.
I).irw*y and wife, Spokane; L. Mat-son,
OaJgaiT ; W. W. Douglas and wife, Paris;
S. T. Sinclair, O. A. Sinclair. Toronto;
E. Burk, Montreal; E Jones, Vancouver;
.T. K A. Balfy, C. Gibbous, England; B
S McKay, Toronto; Bishop Dart, New
Wctstminster; D. Evans, Hamilton.
QUEEN'S
C. C. Brown, Vancouver; J. R. Bd-
mundsou, Procter; G. W. Stead, Gold
Hill; D. A. McKenzie, Winnipeg; Rev.
D W. Scon, Cretton; J. E. * rowe,
Movie; J. Atkinson, Hamilton; Mrs. J.
G  McCaUaui. Cranbrook.
ROYAL
P.   T    AfoKabi   Roi-sland;   G.   Brown,
Arrowhead;   L.   Buck-stone,    Ymir;   \V.
Canal, Nantou ; J. Francis,  Eric;  H. T.
Aitkin, Sulmo
BARTLETT.
H. Buruside, Ymix; P. Tregaxthen,
Rossland; W. Pollock, Slocan; li. SWQW-
tou, New BrnuBwick; J. T, Williams,
Vancouver; G. 8. Martin, Greenwood;
H. Watson, P. Watson, Creston.
TREMONT
E. Mil ner, Spokane; G. Anderson.
Cft-and Forks; .1. W. Short, Taphuni;
J. T. Parsons, Nakusp; W. I*. Graham,
Winnipeg.
GRAND CENTRAL
Mrs. B. K. McLeod, Mrs. H. Ilarman,
Rossland; J. Pagan, Marysville; Mrs.
C. Duebec, Slocan; R. Pratt. C. Smart,
P. Porito. L, Chisholm. Moasejaw; H.
Dew,   Ymir;   L.   Charlemont,   England;
E. D. McKenzie, W. MacLean, F. Buh-
ler, J. Shay, Toronto: Miss I. Maybe**,
Meiidham; J, Clark. Vancouver; \V. A.
('aider. Edgewood; H. Nelson, Salmo;
P. Waterston. tt. Thompson, It. Water-
ston, Procter; II. V   R ) "'und, Spokane;
F. Kayner, Na!  ReUs Show.
KEEP COOL  AND  USE  AN
ELECTRIC IRON
We have them In  6tb  and 8  Ib  Sizes.
QuotailonB   a-iven on    any   Electrical
Heuting Device on the Market.
J. He RlNGROSE
ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES
NELSON.
LOST.
LOST���A pair ol lonj*, brown (-loves, between
\ iOtoriti ami comer oi Htanley an<i Carbonate
street*.    Return to Canadian Officr*.
iOM> CHAIN, between Hoover and Vernon
street* Hullable reward will be paid tor lu
return.    McUermid A M(*Hardy,
A fOOKBTBOuK opntalnint istgnad cheque of
tbtSooond Hellel MlnltiK Conuut*. payable
to '". C. "Aade, and letter*. Finder kindly
loave ft No Place Inn.
\      LOCAL AND GENERAL
Change   of   Boats.
Tha   Kiikan.-.'   will  inka-   ilia-   Kuaki
noaiks run tomorrow,
TO WET
TWO PIRBT-CLABS Ka.nMra   si-am h.atea*     AUDI* housaakeener. Ural flat. K. W. (.'. blrK-k.
WANTED
A  I'ART.N'KK  wrlili rJ.OOO f>   i-urchase a trult
ranoh near Na-lsa.n    A r..'"1 spara-ulallon.   Fanner ni-eal not l... aa-Lively ptiKaKaral oil ranch.
For narllaiilars apply T. O. PKOiriKK.
AT "SL'E.     A BELL  BOY      Apply the Strathcona.
TEACHKR   al Maadowa.     *60 par month.     W.
Spratle) , .-. a reiarj , Kris, P O.
Soap for  Prizes.
Tha.  Sl.tiular.l  Samp  caani|i;my   ol I'n!
gary hus gtreo ihr.... i...\..s ..r Golden
West soap, vain., -ir.. ui h.. award. ! a
prises ai tin- Nelson Fair at the discretion  nl Iha'   tlira'.'UII'S.
Drilling Contest.
The  liian.ii;. ina-lll   of   the   ''nil   I.as.  d<
.Mil od in bhve the rook diiUtnjji Uiurna
ment taka- plaoe the afternoon a.i thi
Seconal day, Thursday, Sa-iu. I'.-ili. bi
HinnillsT nt - o'clock.
St.  Saviour's  Services.
His  Lordship ilu-    Bishop    of    N   '
Westminster    and    Kootenay    ai
from   th.1   coast   last   nirjlit     and     will
preach  ut   hoth   morBlnj*  an.l  evi
aervices In St. Saviour's Church.
"The   Country   Kids   Co."
The "Country  Kids Co." will ap;.
at Sherman's Opera House >.n the en
Ing of Bept is.   The leading parts
taken  by   Homer   Dennis,   Mi.--   i'.i
Wheeler and Miss Flo Campbell.
Entries   Close   Tonight.
S.xra-tary   McMorrls,   of   the   Ni      n
Agricultural    and     industrial    Boi
wishes   apain   tti remind   all   Intel
exhibitors that the entry list  will  positively close at 10 o'clock taaniulu.
Farewell Service.
At the Baptist church tomorrow Ra
K.  II   shanks will  preach his tan
sermons to his congregation and hi
Mrs.   Shanks  will say   farewell.     n
leave for Toronto next Tuesdas   ���������
Ing.
Methodist Services.
At ilie M.-ih. ilisi church tomorrow
the pastor. Rev. R. N. Powell, will
preach at I.oth services. Morning subject, "The Transtimiratlon of Jesus
Christ"; evening. "Zacchaetis. a Man
Seriously   Handicapped."
University   Club.
Iia.fore the University Club at Its r. -���
ular meetini; In the city hall tonight ai
8 o'clock, Rev. J. T. Fersuson will read
a paper on "The Present Phase of the
Socialistic Movement" All Interested
in the subject are invited to be present
Going East.
The wife and children of Jamea Nlcoll
will leave tomorrow morning for a pio-
longed visit  to Mrs. Nicoll's father an.l
mother at ChestervUle, Out   They will
remain east during the winter, and
not likely to attain take up their r
dence in Nelson.    Mis Nieoll has i
friends in Nelaon whose good-will Bhi
will carry with her no matter where i ��� ���
home may be.
Field  Day.
There is a general desire among tho is
Interested to have the date of the an
mini school Held day pul torwa I a
little. It has so far been held during
the latter part of October. This i-
thouglii to be a little too late, both because darkness comes on rather early,
and because children are noi all wis.
enough to guard against the danger .>r
chilis at night Call after a day of vigorous athletic exericse. Field daj Kr!r-
ya-ar will probably come very sunn after
the Fair.
PERSONAL.
M. 1. Morgan is daiwn from Popular
where he has been visiting mining properties.
Louis Masson. brother of John Mas
son. arrived from Calgary last nlnht and
is at the Strathcona.
G.   Richard   MoFarland.   Formerly   i.f
Nelson, came down  from Qerrard la
night and is at the Hume.
lion. F. Grosvenor and Capt Pad.l.in
returned last night from a succ.-ssf.il
hunting trip on tin- ranges east <>f Craw<
ford May. where they bagged a fine yearling cariboo.
Hon. W. Te mpleman, Dominion mln
later of inland revenue, has written to
a friend In Nelson that he will visit the
Kootenay canl'n.l lmm"diately after th.
holding of the provincial Liberal con
v.-ntion which meets in Vancouver on
Oct. 2nd.
The Queen Studio is offering a   .
prizi- of one dozen cabinet photographs
for a babies' race at the Fair.    Conti sl
tants to be under two years old.    Mar
ipliH of Qiieensliury rules.
The Store of Quality
Ram Lai Tea
Packed in the Gardens Where
It Is Grown-Can Be Bought for
the Same Money as a Cheaper
Tea.
We Stake Our Reputation on
the Quality and Reccomruend
It to AU Tea Drinkers as Absolutely the Best Value Offered.
50c per lb.
Rob. M. Hood & Co.
K. W. C. Blosk . Phone  10.
Crawford
Peaches,
Green   and
Purple  Plums
at their best now.  Don't delay.
First class stock guaranteed*
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
C. A. BENEDICT
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts.
phom; t
a m mi
of outstanding Interesi Is the
THE
YOUNGER SET
by  Robt.  W.  Chwnl r  nf  tha
"Fighting  Chanc
This  novel  a  a i   modern
v  i   .fork soctet} . i ta i
������'lh*' Fighting Chanc< eta Haa had
one of I tie blggesi mi ���  ��� eni b
and contlnu- i in  - :> mand.
OTHER BOOKS OF
SPECIAL MERIT ARE
tl M
THE TREE  OF
By   K<.li.-rt   W.   Chaml r
THE MYSTERI1 -
By Kaili..ire Cecil ton, author of "The afasqua radi r" and
'The Oaml :        Jl
THB SOWING OP  U.DEHSOHCBE
llv Mar gTi : 'iilaitlla... .$1
���THE DJVADER,"
Itv Uarg-rel  L.  Woods,...
���THE RANOE DWELLERS,
By B. M I towei. author of
i.f the   l'i ring   r."	
A SOVEREIGN REMEDY,"
By Flora Anni.-  Steel $1
THE END OP THE GAME,"
By   M'llinr Hornli iiw Jl
\  IB I \\ ,  l.ii l.i IMAT1C  AGENT,"
By George Bronson Hovard *1
��l..-..i
"Chip
We G. Thomson
BOOKSKIXKR ��n��     V.I,,,,.    TJ    r��
;.,i.. ski'.. i\cison, r>. v^.
I^l-takr.*!.!-*.
For Sale
J5 ft. lot on Carlionate St "1175.00
50 It. lot on Latimer St., fenced
and cultivated *450.00
CottaRe, 3 rooms,   electric   licht.
water    $750.00
fi--.  ar-n-s witliin one mile of city;  stiit-
ai.i.  tor inark.t garden.  Terms given.
F. B.~LYS
Real   Estate   and   General   Agent.
315   Baker  St.,   Nelson,   B. C.
Shermsn's Opera House
two   mghts   only
Wednesday and Thursday
SEPT. INth und l��>tl-i
il
Of
The Great Cornedy Success
rrr    Trf- Brooklyn Bridge
ll* r      at rnic-night.
Ot^*Oam-\\mut     Y\y���   rescue   from   Drowning.
High  C iped all lei   unit   m ���
ftnmbei     I   i
Prices.  50c,  75c, $1.00.
Sen,   dd   .  ���   ,-.i ftutbprfct-d'i Mondaj
morning.
WANTED     \   boy  to   run  crrandfl.  Apply  Dai.j  Canadian.
'  Htl.l    Itl'U.l   .'i-.ll.'f*.   |U
Fresh and Salted Meats
(lumps Hupplit'd on  HhorU-Ht notico untl
lowt'Ht price. Nt'tlmiK but  frtmta und
wholfsiiim* inratH uml hiipples kept in intook
Mail oxdan rsoatTt oanftil attention.
E.  C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
^���isREMOWIED
FOR
iTSScEAiEPY
lTSDusmE55El1ERGY
i AND
*Jl!
FRUIT
Plums, per basket 35c
Peaches, per lb  15c
Pears, 2 lb. for 25c
Apples, 3 lb. for  25c
Crab Apples, 3 lb. for 2.-,c
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 1H1.
HOUSTON KIXJOK
FOR SALE.
One of Nelson's Pretty Home Cottages of 2 bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom; hot and
cold water; large basement. Nice view
of lake. $1,600. $300 down; balance on
easy terms. Certainly a snap. 3 lots
75 x 125. Apply to J. R. B., Daily
Canadian.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Attt'Dt f-��r Trimrott I.ft*ii>'-hei
Mi-1 IVterboro CsUlOsH.
:   -..   -���  Lot ot  Boati ln B. O.
H.   U.   LINDSAY
i      -���''��� ������'!!.������ -1.       Tel. Al**
NcrncB.
Not i'i' tt- Imt'-.iv K.vi-ii thru utter the cxplriitlnii
nff-txtj.-  ���-i.vh  (rclin   the  'litte hereof the Hstriek
Luml.-r CoDtMOf, I tin It ���������I. tDteutli. to vnbmil to
[lie ii- :���.-������'  i, n-f Cotnnilnn'uner ot L-iii-if and
\%<.rk"   h   i-Topoi-al   uiHler   the provtiilona of the
"Etvora ami   Htreania Act" and AtnetnlliiK Arii.
for tbfl rirfht   to  lin prove  the  Hio*"an river from
tb��alU    'lam   o(   kH.-t   coin|mity   (nltuatc ahout
'in.-.    tnltM above the Junclhm of nain; Hlocan
ri\i-r with the   Kootenay river.) lo lh** month of
the Liu..- siiM-Hti rtvt-r.ati'f Ut Improve the Little
river ami bra lichen   thereof to the north
��� rn hot]ndary of tuib lot 2, lot "l"iO, and mb lot 1,
]    groUP OD��i   Kooleuay   <llMirl<*t,  ami  to
ImprOTS   tin-   irlbntHrlea of nald riven;  and  re-
si,�����'..���   obttTtiaUODI   frOtO   paid   riven ninl trtbn
'������I- -. ..nd to nihil*' the name fl I for driving  Btor-
-     Min.'    t>oo ��� ti'K  nnd rat'liiK Iokp. Umber,
lumber,   rnft**,   and   traftn;  slfio for the right to
.   . t t.ilin thereon.
I he laitdP to be aff-'ctcd are the follow In-*:    (*)
7969, MfiO, 64.-.1, 64M, 9f>\0. flnV,, M4tt. M00,
9   nw,  )MD-.iBl3. all In'.roup on.-, KootSOfty
���Uairlrt;   ali*o   laudP   covered   by   pre c-npi-oiiH
mimt**��red  4fi.   lot,   MR.  IS.**.  148. IM ami '.7li; hIco
lands coven*'* bv ttmbw ilosasss notobered Ufi6.
��M, W*&, fiftft, Mffi snd .tSW,  alpo inml*, ���|
tba crown.
haie.1 Oil*, fith day of July. 1007.
THK PATRICK   LL'MBKK 00MP1KT,   LmtTEn,
.       by lu pollcltor. tt. W. Hanninutoi**
***o3aO*to******m
I
���             1
1               ���
VISITORS  TO
~THE FAIR
Cnll at our large storerooms on
Baker Street, and see the largest stock
of Furniture. Cnrpets, Rugs. Linoleums,
and the celebrated Buck Stoves. Our
Fall ttock is now opened up.
During Fare week we pay freight for
50 miles from Nelson.
STANDARD  FURNITURE
COMPANY.
Complete  House  Furnishers and Undertakes.    Agents   Mason  A  Risen Pianos
NEW   IDEAS
IN SCHOOL EXERCISES AND
SCRIBBLING BOOKS
All  tlie authorized Text  Books for
Public aud High Schools.
Mail orders promptly filled.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR BAKER and WARD.        Phona II
INEUSOIN    IROIN   WORKS
'B.  A.  ISAAC
R. W.  HINTON
BINailNBBRS   j-VND   CONTRACTORS
POUNDERS AJND
MACHINISTS
l/opolrhig  i.Mil -Jobhlnif -.-xccut-.J with Dsspatuh.   Ahaat m.i..
Wot*ic�� rVtlnlitB ��nfcT/Mill M��chlni��ry.      Manu����uturI!l���,*U|
Or.  Cars,   ��.   M.   Contrautora'   igiw^
Cortu'r of Hu 1 and
Front Btrvcta.
INEUSOIN,    B. C.
A.Q. LAMBERT & CO.
Lumber, Shingles.
HANUFAaURERS
AND DEALERS IN
U,ath, iVloul<iln����r��, Doors, Windows,
M ail Orders promptlj atttndal a
INHLSON. 0. C.
I'urnsd Work and Bracksts.
VKRINOIN 8TRBBT   -   ���
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company. Limited.
INELSOIN, B. C.
Purchases Leadt Copper and Dry Ores,
The "Bare" Wear
would be enough to recommend oarta-
.'.���oittnK and easy-OtUng Shoei, Int M |
Ib u Btyllshnuss about them ud I kit-
ing   sbap*?ltnt*aB   that   Is   n.ak'.:.t thrn
very   popular aiuonj* "men wbc bw** I
They are made on the newtit luU,J I
the  best leathers,  and conform to --"��� f
must approved atyle* In men'* footrar.
We are ready to    fU all   feet, udJJ j
pricea that make Sho<*H look Itteigta
J. A. OILKER
STARKEY & CO.
Wholusais Provlalona,
Produce,
f="rult*
Oovriiiiii-ut Cr.*\iii..ry One-Pound Brick. reoeiTtst) weekly fraah ���*�����" lb*
ahore.   For aale by all Inert!ng *rrooers.
Office and warehouse: Houaton Block,   Phone 79.
Josephine Street. Nelson. B.C
We would like to ��,.,. nil our i-ntrotiac-omfortuble thla winter anil �� """������
do ao we have In atimk ihu bWt assort od line of heating ".WW *n,i m I
Ftaivoa anil  ranges ever before preaentcd to the public ln Kootenay. I
Wo would be i. 1 >���ns, .1 to show you our line and bsfore niakinK > I
chaK.. kindly ��eo what we havu to offer. ���
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited. -.i-*-*--!
Neltan
Hardware
lofAfl
We Carry an ABSortment of Ua"*��
EitenaiveueBa and Variety
Tools, BtUHers' Hardware
Ranchers' SappUes, Stores,
Ranges, etc.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd.
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