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I.    No.  120.
Fifty Cents a Month
|(jli,.ii Parliament For-
' yatliers Today
|m-.n Suffragists Again to thc
rorc Creating Disturbances and
Requiring Forcible Ejection.
i,,.,,], Oct. 23.���The reasBGQibllng
ilmmcnl today (i..v. lai*��o ci*.>.-__
|\*..  (minster despite tho  fact  that
oitt-njitg of the session was devoid
Jiiiii|iiihmis ceremony, or Uie appear-
royalty, as this iu merely a re*
Iji'i- a of thc business of the spring
Tho members showed their
,i:���.mesa to get lu advantage-
ii  Lion ia the house, io members
luvA in an appearance as the clock
irk    midnight,    lu    order lo secure
It i lii-ieo nf scats.
I'll, formal opening of the house of
numiti occupied this &fte_1100D and
in tho house of lords, thus giving
throngs ol K|H'cialorB nn opportu*
to witness the assembling of
:   bdiei
ador Held occupied a scat in
diplomatic gallery of tho house of
fmiomt, with    the    French, Russian,
sli  and   other    ambassadors  and
���ii-t***s.    The   public   galleries   were
^il'lciwinR with   visitors.
I lal four, the ex-promler, who ll
thought would not be present, un-
I'ctedly appeared    and    received  n
im   cheering   from   the   opposition
|i     Joseph Chamberlain   wits   ab-
II" i   still nursing his attack of
- . ! fliafiiiR under hts inability to
Mcipati' in public affair     Premier
iiplxdlitaunerman  wae  warmly wel-
|.;ii<t,  tho  house  of lords   waft  the
���'f centre of interest, Ihe diploma-
'���aving the house of commons to
I1'-��� thp entry of the i>eers and tho
Ji chancellor taking his seat on tho
I'litiiinal woolsack.
ii.   Oct.   23.���-Unusual   excite-
connection with the reopening
I'tirliamcn. today was caused by the
ii"* uf about  100 women miffing-
tnany of whom, despite the  pro-
t** "i  the  police,  managed   to  find
li way into the outer lobby of the
1,1   of commons with  the intention
button-holing the  members in  sup-
1 ol their movements.
w number of tbe suffragists, as they
t< lined    here,    mounted    vacant
Ira in  the lobby and  began to ha-
ti-:i",  there  being  four  members  of
filament present in tbat part of the
lls"     The   police,  after  being   reln-
'" ''���    made     u    strategic    advance
afhst the invaders, taking the women
ngl> nnd gradually ejecting them one
1   from the bouse.    The most of
11   women   bi niggled   desperately,   so
i;i* two officers were required to re-
"ye them,
r,l"ir     hysterical      shouting      and
li;""ini,'  brough,  crowds of alarmed
lumbers from the house.    During the
fight of the tumult  a small band of
staunches!  suffragists determined
J attempt to break into tho house It
"  ''""I  started   toward  tho  entrance
���ht* inner lobby.   Two of the women
"l| '���' climb over    the    barrier and
������"rs attempted  lo    crawl    under ft.
several  minutes tho utmost  dlsnr-
T niniost n riot, prevailed, and the
'"'    had  .'"ll  they  could   do to  eject
" women, who absolutely refused to
lV(' withoul  the use of force.
'"'don, (let. 23.���King Edward was
'' ������������>   aware  Hint   the   prooeedfngB
""���Hi nt  would ho devoid of any
""������"i feature*, as he lefl Bnok-
1"" pnlaco in an automobile at
ii in spend the rest of the week at
^i-wmarkel raoes, The car knock-
''"wu a man as the king was leav-
"Wii, but no serious consequences
lll(,d  from  the accident.
" ���   clung  tenaciously  to the ���____���*���
1 Policemen, the ralunga or other
"s of support and  offered Rtrenu-
nsiatance     to   expulsion,    w th
*'\*>r "We will have   our   votes/'
Vou cowardly men dare not give
lustlce,    Give us juslloej" resound-
���hrough the halls.   Finally the po-
were forced to carry out several
1,1 women bodily, and they ~or%
ultimately deposited in the palace
'���  where  for some  time  they  con-
1,11  their shrill und vehement  pro-
R*   So noisily demonstrative wore
that the police arrested several
""in nnd marched them off to tho
rosl  police station,
Fears for Arablstan.
Now York,   Oct.    88.���Tbe    British
���''inner Arnhlstnn Is now several days
|vi rdiiM at San Juan nt Porlo Rico.
""���'ii & Co., iho agents hem, say the
ih'P i�� all right and will soon appear.
��� "���' Arablstan, besides a mlsoellane-
���'������'��� cargo, carries 9:100,000 in gold and
W ni"n- On ber way from llm-uos
��� vies for Now York she stopped at Bt,
V",,,�� for coal.      She sailed    for San
Juan on October 12 and should have
Crossed the Caribbean sea In from five
to -seven days. After the Arablstan
sailed from Ht. Iaicb, a hurricane lore
across the Caribbean sea and there Is
some fear thr- ship was caught by It.
District    and    Individual    Exhibits    of
Fruit for Colonial Exposition.
Nelson district's display of fruit nt
this year's Colonial exposition iu London will bo far superior to last year's
display, which Won the Uunksian modal. Last year the fruit for the shipment wus collected hurriedly uud at
haphazard by James Johnstone alone,
in response to an eleventh hour notice.
This year ample notice has beon given aud tbe result win be a thoroughly
representative  and   creditable  display.
For the Kootenay Fruit Growers' as-
sociallons entry tho Contributors are
James .lohnstom*, K. M. Ulack, J. |jy8-
J. Tarry and J. Williams. It emit . of apples, pears, peaches and
In addition Mr. Johnstone is for-
���vatdiiiK an individual exhibit.
Everything has been carefully pack*
'd. and will be shipped by the Steam-
ir Kuskanook tomorrow morning. It
\lll be In care of the Dominion Kx-
tress company us far as Quebec, whore
I. M. Talmer will lake charge of It,
nth olher itritish Columbia shipments.
The Colonial exposition will be held
luring the first week iu December.
Uncle Sam's Thanksgiving.
Washington,    !>.  0., Oct.    23.���Tho
president today issued a proclamation
Calling  Thursday,  November 2D,  ub  a
day of Thanksgiving.
Premier Whitney's  Denial.
The Times having thrown
doubt upon the authenticity of
tbe despatch received hy Hon. Mr.
tlreen on Wednesday, respecting
Hon. Mr. Whitney's statement at
the Inter-provincial conference in
regard to Hon. Mr. McHrlde, tho
followlug Correspondence is reproduced:
Victoria, Oct.  10, 1906.
Premier Whitney,
Toronto, Ont.,
Press despatches lo Victoria
Times (Liberal), claim that you i
said McUride "neither frank nor
sincere" in his presentation of
Hritish Columbia's case before
conference Provincial Premiers. ,
Kindly wire If this is correct or
not. U.   F.   GREI-.N.
Toronto, Ont;, Oct.  17, 1906.
Hon. R.  F  Green,
Victoria, n. C,
Tho proceedings and discussions of the conference were absolutely confidential, but 1 will
say the accusation vou mention
Is untrue. J. P. WHITNEY.
Important Matters to Be Dealt With by
Members Tonight.
The regular general meeting of the
20,0U0 club will be held lu the board
of trade rooms this evening at 8::t0.
The monthly election of new members
of committees will he held.
The advertising committee may have
a final report on the printing of the
new folder, tenders for which were
called for soino time ago.
The entertainment committee win
report complete arrangements tor the
performances by the   EtoBClan   opera
company in Ihe Agricultural hall the
evening or October Bl. A plan has
been prepared for the seating of H00
people; (he stage will be raised and al)
necessary equipment Installed; the
hall will he satlfactorlly heated aud
lighted, and sounding boards will make
music and words audible In every part
of the building. The enterprise Is undertaken pardy that this deservedly
pi polar company may not Ite missed
hy thi' people of Nelson, and partly to
raise funds for tin* club's regular campaign.
The ipiestion of sending a mineral
BXhlbtl to lhe New Zealand exposition
will   also  come  up  for  settelmeiit.
Solitary Survivor.
New York, Oct. 23.���Tho solitary
survivor of 88 mon who went adrift
on Ihe hnrgo or houseboat Halfy, from
lower Matacomblkey, on the coast of
Florida, during Ihe terrific galo of October IS, was brought Into this port
today by the sleamer 1.1 Paso. He Is
John Russell of Salem, Taylor county,
Fin., and he declared that he saw
eight of the .'12 olhers drowned nnd
believed thai all of Ihem went down
when the barge foundered.
Snow Blocks Traffic.
Denver. Colo.. Oct. 23.���Cheyenne,
Wyn., this morning reported that a
storm which had continued three duys
withoul Interruption Is raging with in-
creased force, accompanied by n heavy
fall of snow. The Union Pacific railroad is trying to keep   Its   line open
with snow ploughs and passenger
trains tire arriving several hours late.
I-relKhi traffic has been abandoned,
fhe telegraph wires aro down east of
North Platte, Neb., und west to Raw*
Hns, Wyo.
New Supply    of    Coke    for    Granby���
Hunters Go In  for  Big  Game.
(Bpeclal to The  Dally  Canadian.)
Grand Forks, Oct. 23. ��� Horace
Knight, a pioneer rancher of Sutherland creek, has Just returned from a
week's trip through thc mountains
lying between Sutherland creek and
Christina lake, where be went to locate the haunts uf the big brown uud
cinnamon bear that are reported to
abound In that region, lu an Interview lust evening Mr. Knight said. "I
have located the haunts of a groat
number of bears and am making arrangements to go hear hunting next
month. 1 will start iu a few days.
From what 1 saw I am sailsfii-d that
wittiin a radius of 15 miles between
Sutherland creek and Fife station
there must be at least 200 boars. I
havo hunted a good deal and always
Slepl when out at night A good bear
skin is now worth |..u, and 1 expect to
dean up from $.'hiii to $r>tm on my bear
bunting trip."
The owners of the Gloucester town-
site are taking time by the forelock
aud have put a large gang of men at
work to complete the wagon road from
Franklin camp to Gloucester City, a
distance Of some three miles.
The latest Eastern market that will
now supply coke lo the Granby smelter is -Superior, and It is understood
that arrangements have heen made for
a steady supply from lhat point As
soon as this coke commences to arrive
here It Is reported that there is every
probability that two of the* idle furnaces at the Granby smelter will be
be blown in, when the full blast of
eight furnaces, treating 3200 tons
dally  will  be resumed.
M. M. Johnson of Salt Lake City,
consulting engineer for the Dominion
Copper company, who is Inspecting the
Maple Leaf group lu Franklin camp,
expressed himself as being very optimistic regarding the smelting outlook
everywhere. He Is of the opinion that
copper will shortly be 23 cents per
pound, as tbe demand Is still keeping
ahead of the supply in spile of the fact
that nil the reduction works are running full blast. In referring to the
Dominion Copper company's smelter
at Boundary Falls. Mr. Johnson said
that the new furnace ��� now being installed would arrive very shortly, and
he expected that it would treat 800
tons per dny, making the total daily
treatment of the smelter about 1400
Among the real estate deals closed
here during Ihe past week nnd probably the most important one, was the
purchase of the Grand Forks hotel by
Frank llarilnger, proprietor of the Columbia brewery, the former owners being Eastern parties represented here
by the I.rttish-Amerfcan Trust company. The Grand Forks hotel wns the
pioneer hotel of Grand Forks and was
built some 12 years by Joseph Wiseman. It brought a price reported to
be $3000.
Passenger Mutilated In Shocking Man
ner in Street Car Accident.
Schenectady, N. Y., Oct. 23.���A trolley car of the Schenectady Railway
company, hound for this city from
Troy, failed to take the curve at Uuion
and McClodau streets this morning
and dashed into a huge pole, turning
ou Its side and Injuring a score ur
more i.asseugers. The accident wus
due to tho sllpp.-ry condition of the
trucks, which wus caused by the falling leaves. The motormnn applied (lie
brakes us he approached McClellau
street, but the car slid over tho switch
toward   Union  street.
As a Rosedale cur was approaching
lhe inoiorman expected (0 stop lhe
Troy car, (nru the switch toward Slulo
sdocl, liul (he big car slid past tho
frog at a good Speed and ran inlo u
telephone pole. The collision with
the pole turned tho cur over and 11
slid some distance. Several passengers hud their arms or elbows oul of
llie open windows and these mouthers
were actually  torn off.
A human head lay on lho street
with a cuff and a portion of the wrist.
Another passenger hud his arm hanging by a few strings of flesh at the
shoulder. The hospital umhulance
and a delivery wagon carried the Injured to the hospital, while tho seriously Injured were taken Into nearby
houses and all Ihe doctors of the city
hurried  to the scene.
Mining Record's.
f*Vmr"locations, one transfer and Iwo
certificates of assessment work were
recorded In the Nelson mining office
W. H. Dogan recorded ihe Minnie
Davis, the Lilly Jose, tho Florence
Nightingale and tho Creole, ull on
Denver ereek. located October  11.
g. w. Bartlett tranBferrfld to it. T.
Lowery for nominal consideration tho
Morning Star, situated on Goat  river.
Certificates of assessment work
wore Issued to R. McLeod on thc
Horse Shoe, aud to J. R. Cranston on
the Mine Jny.
Dixon's Play "The Clansman" Creates Panic
Lynchings in South Said to be Attributed to Race Hatred Incited
by Clergyman's Drama.
Philadelphia, Oct, 2:?. ��� Rioting
among thou'-mnds of negroes was caused last night by a production of the
ltev. Thomas Dixon's play, "The Clansman." Before it wus ended panic
reigned in side the Walnut street the-
ulre, where "the pliy was on. Car service lo the central;part of the city was
stopped, windows were broken and a
score of blacks were badly battered up.
Several ministers called upon Mayor
Weaver yesterday to protest against
the play and thousands of postal cards
were sent to the (10,000 negroes in the
negro section, calling upon them to
march upon the theatre und stop the
play by force. Recent lynching In the
South was attributed to It.
Throe thousand Viegroes filled the
streets and a squad of reserve police
from the city hall had nil they could
do to protect the theatre doors. It was
not long aftor the curtain went up that
a fight began in the gallery and down
In the street came a negro with his
head and face streaming with blood.
"Rush Ihe theatre," the crowd cried,
but just then 100 more police charged
ou the blacks.
While the trouble was at Its height
Director of Public Safety MeKenty and
Mayor Weaver's chum, J. Shoyer, pushed through and reached the theatre
steps. They and the ministers among
them managed to quiet the crowd. After a council meeting had been arranged for loday ��tu\ announced to the
crowd It began to melt away.
It Is probable that the press agent
will be arrested for inciting a riot.
Considerable property damage was
caused by tbe stones and hardly a
handful of people remained in the
seats to see tho play.
Arrow Lake    Steamer    Stranded With
Passengers  From Coast.
The steamer Kootenay of the C. P.
R. Arrow lake fleet, is aground on the
wing dam, a mile below Hurton City,
at the foot of the swift water.
The steamer was reported an hour
late yesterday at Nakusp. Nothing
further was heard of hor. After waiting for three hours last night at Rob-
sou, the passengers from Rossland
and tho Boundary were brought to the
Passengers and mail for the coast
this morning were sent by way of
Siocan lake.
Captain Gore, superintendent of lake
navigation, loft this morning for the
stranded steamer.
The wing dam was constructed to
raise the water below tho narrows. It
extends out from the east shore of thc
lake. The Kootenay probably struck
the outer point of lt yesterday afternoon about fi or 5:80.
Gompers Has a Straight Tip From Employers Calling on Union Men to
"  Keep Their Contracts,
Chlengo. Oct. 23.���President Samuel
Gompers of the American Federation
Of Labor was asked yesterday by leading Chicago manufacturers to compel
the local unions to cease fighting
among themselves. If this fighting
was not stopped, ho was told, Ihe open
shop would bo established In tho large
woodworking factories of the city. The
case was put plainly to President Gompers. Ho was Informed that either the
unions must abide by their written
contracts aud conduct themselves
peacefully or else a great lockout,
which may Involve as many as 0000 or
7000 skilled factory workers, will
After receiving the complaints of tho
employers, Mr. Gompors admitted that
they wero In the right and declared
the inter-union strife must stop nt
once. The labor leader left for Lafayette, Ind.," where he promised to confer with President William D. Iluber
of the International brotherhood of organizations Involved In the complaints.
The Dally Blaze.
Washington,    Kns.,    Oct.    23.���Flro
which last night destroyed tho home of
J. M. Elliott, a farmer, burned to death
Mrs. Elliott; his wife and daughter. In
the smoking ruins the bodies ot tbe
victims were found this morning. A
severe storm prevailed last night, accompanied by sharp lightning, and it
Is supposed that lightning struck the
Underwriters Will Consider Aspects of
Business  Under New  Laws.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 23.*���More than
400 delegates aud alternates, representing nearly all the states, met In
the Olympic theatre today at the opening of the seventeenth annual convention of the Nationa 1 Association of
Lite Underwriters. Very little business was transacted on this, the opening day, the time being consumed with
addresses of welcome and routine business. Owing to the exceptional conditions existing in the life insurance
business at thc present time there are
weighty questions to be discussed by
the underwriters, and before the convention closes Thursday much that is
now being thought will be expressed
and determined.
Among life insurance men It has
been a foregone conclusion that the
present convention would be the most
important ln the association's history.
This Is due lo the almost revolutionary changes which have overtaken life
Insurance during the present year as a
result of Ihe Eastern Investigations
and the passage of the Armstrong law
in New York. The association Is virtually facing a crisis in its history. It
Is believed that the membership Is almost unanimously against some of the
main features of the recent New York
legislation, but just which form the
opposition will take Ib problematical.
Section !)7 of the New York law will
likely receive much consideration.
This limits the commissions to he paid
agents nnd Its enforcement means a
reduction on the first year's commission of over DO per cent, of all agents
In the country. Another move forecasted fs an effort to amend the constitution, making It impossible for any
one connected with a company In an
official capacity to hold office In the
association. Supporters of this step
argue thnt as the association Is composed of active field men it Is neither
fair to them nor to the companies to
have any but active agents In the official capacities.
Ontario    Bank    Management    Suffers
Still Further Discredit.
Toronto, Oct. 23.���Investigation of
the books of the Ontario Bank, which
is being proceeded with, has led to
some further disclosures of rather
startling nature regarding the manner
in which the affairs of the bank were
conducted by the officials responsible.
It is alleged tht assets which had actually no existence were carried on the
books of the bank, giving the impression that the bank was in a much
stronger financial position than was
reahy the case.
'i'h re was, for Instance, an Item of
|778,0()0 carried under the head of
' CLici* Securities," which securities
wer, not In existence at all. It also
appears Cat a loss of -J485.000 occurred in stock transactions carried on
through the agency of a prominent
New York brokerage firm.
To protect the Ontario stock lu the
open market the bank, at different
times, purchased 1220,000 of Its own
shares, which It now holds.
White Slave Traffic.
Paris, Oct. 23.���The third International congress for the suppression of
traffic tn women began Us business
sessions today, with former Premier
Bourgeois presiding. Considerable regret Is expressed that the United
States Is not officially represented at
tlu? congress, us It Is recognized that
the co-operation of all the civilized
world is necessary if the measures
for the suppression of the 'white slave"
traffic are to be made effective.
Purls, Oct 23.���President Roosevelt
has cabled to Ambassador McCormlck,
designating Secretary Hlgnaude of the
American embassy to represent Ihe
United Slates at the congress for. the
suppression of the "white slave" trade
which opens here today. The primary
object of lie* congress Is lo secure tho
effective co-operutlon of all national
committees especially for the protection of emigrant women at the ixtrts
and nlso unanimity in legislation providing for the punishment of traffic lu
"white slaves."
Lake Steamers for Coast.
Iletrolt, Mich., Oct. 23.���The stoel
passenger steamers Chlppewu and Iroquois have been sold for $400,000 to
the Pugot Sound Da^ Line of Seattle
and will soon start from Detroit for
the long journey down the St. Lawrence and around Cape Horn lo Puget
New French Cabinet.
Paris, Oct. 23.���The new French
cabinet has been completed, as foil-
lows: Premier and minister of the Interior, M. Clemoncoau; minister of Justice M. Guyot Nessulgne; minister of
foreign affairs, M. Pltchon; minister
of education, M. Brluud; minister of
finance, M. Calllaux; minister of war.
General   Plchquart;   minister   of  com
merce, M. Doumergue; minister of agriculture, M. Kuan; minister of labor,
M. Vlvlanl.
The portfolio of minister of the colonies was offered this afternoon to M.
Millies, Lacrolx.
G. O. Buchanan Predicts Great Increase
���Effect on Other Metals.
G. O. Buchanan expresses the opinion ihat the present high prices of
metals are likely lo be permanent, or
at least to be maintained for a long
period to come.
He says: "With the increasing output of gold, necessary for the growing
volume of the world's business, and
made possible by the improved methods of mining, dredging and treatment perfected In recent years, 1 believe that high prices will be maintained not only for the other metals,
but for all commodities."
In connection with the increasing
gold production of Canada Mr. Buchanan states that the Guggenheim company has had 2000 men employed all
summer In the Yukon preparing for
mining operations on a very large
scale. In the Cariboo district the
same corporation has resolved upon
the expenditure of $8,000,000 for development of mines.
At Mr. Buchanan's suggestion the
compilation and periodical publication
of general Information about the mining industry In Canada Is now under
the consideration of the Dominion department of mines, which ts presided
over by Hon. W. Templeman.
The Day's Drowned.
Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 29.���Edward
Mason, 45 years of age, of Canton, O.,
was drowned in Silver lake last night.
Mason and two companions were In a
boat, which capsized. He leaves a
wife and five children.
Representatives of Muncipalitiea   Convene to Consider Matters Affecting Their Interests.
Mayor Gillett will represent NelBon
at the annual meeting of the Union of
British Columbia Municipalities, which
convenes at Kamloops tomorrow
The union was organized a year ago
at New Westminster after the Dominion exposition lu October, growing out
of an iiiioruial gathering or mayors,
aldermen, reeves and councillors, who
happened to be attending the fair.
It was decided to organize a permanent association to look after the interests of organized municipalities as
such, especially In tbe matter of legislation.
At the first conference, called at
short notice, there was naturally a
small attendance, and nothing was attempted beyond a general discussion
of work to be undertaken at future
Sluce then many matters of grave
concern, especially to the rapidly growing cities of the first and second
classes, have developed. The new
School Act of 1905, and Its amendments in 1906, have created numerous
Issues between the cities and the provincial government.       ,
Other questions have developed, or
are developing, In connection with the
relations between the cities and private corporations, railway and telephone companies and power companies.
The Municipal Clauses Act, with its
many additions and amendments, also
provides matter for discussion by delegates from city and rural councils.
All the matters hero briefly referred
to have been placed. In some form on
the agenda paper of the conference
that will open tomorrow, and the results of Its deliberations are therefore
of great interest to Ihe whole province.
Not the lightest consideration of the
organizers of the union was that tn
any protracted struggle with a powerful corporation such a union would be
far stronger than a single city.
Jap Midshipman Resigns.
Annapolis, Md., Oct. 23.���At the request of, the Japanese embassy at
Washington, Midshipman Asaht KitI-
gakl, of the third class at the naval
academy, has submitted his resignation, which will be accepted, It Is understood, pending the department's action in his case. However, he has
been granted an extended leave of absence. KRtgakl is a son of Baron Klt-
lgakl of the Imperial privy council. He
entered the American Naval academy
ln Septol'hor. 1904. No reason ls assigned for his resignation. The resignation of young Kltlgakl removes the
only remaining Japanese midshipman
at the acadrmy, the other one, Kamat-
sukata, having died last August of lymphoid fever.
Two Were Asphyxiated.
New York, Oct. 23.���Two men were
found dead and two others unconscious
fiom gas poisoning In a Jersey City
boarding house today. The unconscious
men were take nto a hospital, where
It Is reported their condition is serious.
All four were laborers and occupied
tho same room. It ts eblfeved thnt one
of them turned on the gas accldently
during the night.
British Papers Call Aim
Ottawa Premier's Conduct Criticized
as Seen Through British Eyes
Called Sty Subservience.
London, Oct 23.���The Saturday Review, dealing with Sir Wilfrid Laurier'*
speech at the T. P. O'Connor meeting
at Ottawa, says: "We are surprised
that so clever a man as Laurler should
not see the absurdity and Impropriety
of his position. The domestic politics
In Great Britain are no business of tbe
government of the Dominion. Individual Canadians may think and say
what they like about home rule, but
their opinions will not be valuable because they cannot be cognizant of the
facts, and they would be harmless as
the utterances ot private persons. Tbe
premier of tbe Dominion, however,
Ib held to represent the Dominion's
sentiments. The first effect of such
a speech must be to excite Irritation
among the Scotch and Protestant Irish
of tho Dominion, and the Scotch are a
powerful factor in Canada. The Dun-
donald episode ought to have impressed
Laurier. Another consequence will
surely be (to breed bad blood quite
gratltuously between Canada and half
the British nation, of which it ls admitted by Winston Churchill that the
Unionist party ls composed.
It Is possible that Laurler thinks the
Radicals will be in office twenty years
and that the Unionists don't matter.
Talking of own parties reminds us
that Laurler has an urgent scheme of
his own to get through, which will require the consent of the Imperial government. The day after O'Connor's
gathering, Laurler attended a conference of provincial premiers of Canada.
A sceme of financial readjustment Is
on foot by which the provinces are to
get a large contribution from the Dominion towards the expenses of administration. This ls as radical a departure from the financial basis on
which confederation was settled, that
sanction at Whitehall will be necessary. Mr. Laurler ls anxious to carry
this readjustment, particularly as the
premier of British Columbia asks for
more, and declares he will go to Downing street to get it. It ls therefore
conceivable that Laurler's outburst
about home rule Is intended to pave
the way, not to imperial unity but to
the carriage of a bill amending the
Confederation Act through the imperial parliament. If this is Laurler's object we tell him plainly that it Is a
piece of sly subservience to the Radicals and Irish Nationalists, of which we
had not deemed him capable. It Is
either this or mere ebullition of impertinence, which can only be compared
with Campbell-Bannerman's senile
ejaculation about the Russian douma.
,   Invite British Oarsmen.
New York, Oct 23.���Henry Phillip
Burchell leaves for England today on
the Cunard liner Carmanla as the special commissioner of Jamestown exposition, to invite tho winner of the coming British university rowing contest
to meet the winners of the intercollegiate eight our event at Poughkeepsie.
The Kngllsh collegians will be given
the option of a duul contest with the
winner of the New London contest or
participation In a three-cornered race
to Include the winner of tbe varsity
race at Poughkeepsle.
Should Oxford ami Cambridge decline Mr. Burchell will endeavor to arrange for a combination crew from tho
Lewder ami l^ndon Rowing clubs to
meet American oarsmen. The declsiou
to hold an International rowing regatta at the exposition was reported at a
conference here between O. H. Sexton
of the Jamestown exposition and the
members of the executive committee of
the National Association of amateur
oarsmen. Assurance is said to have
be��n received that more clubs from
tiumpe will s.nd crews.
Price of Metals.
New York, Oct. 23.���Silver, 70'/4cj
copper, 21 He;  lead, ?5.75.
I .o-.icJoi.. Oct. 23.���Silver, 32 7-16d:
lead, ��18 16s 3d; sine, ��28.
Trains and Boats.
Crow boat���On time.
Slccan train���Late.
Coast train,  vja   Slocan,   Boundary
nnd RciBslnnd���On time.
The fnncral of the late Joseph Savell took plnee this afternoon. It was
attended by many of his fellow-workmen of tho lake steamers.
_________ The Daily Canadian
______ Ll
Cool niglits are now in order.     Tliey will invite
pleasant dreams of
We have plan! ��� of them in red and blue.
31-2 Points, weighing about 10 pounds, $7.50 per pair
4 Points-, weighing about 12 pounds,   -   8.50 per pair
These blniiltetn are Justly (-IH rated for (heir excellence.  Wo alone carry
them iu ibis clly.
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Undcrclcthinct, OA CloU ng, Sweaters, Miners' and prospectors' Boots
and Shoes and Rubber*.. Groceries and Provisions.. Everything of the
Best quality and  prict-3 su-,:risingly Low.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED... .$6,000,000. CAPITAL PAID UP... .{4,280,000
REST t4,.K0,O0O.
D. K. WILK1E, President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-President
Branches in British Columbia:
Deposits received and Interest allowed at Darren, rates from dute of opening account and credited half-yearly.
J-.   M.   LAY,  Manager.
The ^oyal Tiank of Canada
ASSETS, $39,771,803
Capital Paid Up $3,629,130 Reserve Fund $4,092,043
Accounts tsf firms snid Individuals opened on tbe most favorable terms.
Thirteen  branches In  British  Columbia.
Special  attention  to out of town business,
T. B. KENNY, Pies., Halifax.       E. L. PEASE, General Manager.  Montreal.
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All monies |.m.l iss setUement s.1 The Dell;
Canadian acoounti, either fot subscript i or
HilvsTti.iiiL', ssssim l���- reoelpted r,,r ,,is Uss- printed
i'.nus ssi lT.t* Company.  U'Iht receipts are not
OCTOBBR 2,\. l-Ki.
My ouss svorsl we arss sometimes jsI'IkosI  to ise
1 and by one word Hsiiut'iimos jndsjosi ts be
'     Lot ns, therelore  be sjartfssl  wisat  we
Some of the Eastern papers, probably anticipating the conclusion ssf the
Hyman bribery cases, are discussing
the beat possible methods of ridding
the body politic of tlie odious presence
of tbe briber and the taker of Isiib's.
'I'he Toronlo Globe discusses the proposal to ilisfrancliise tlie conBtltuono*-
In which it has been proved that bribery and corruption have taken place
and rightly pssints oul that by disfranchising a riding a large number of peo.
pis' who are entirely Innocent of any
participation   III   these    erinu-s     would
suffer became of ihs- crookedness of a
It strongly ji,I\-s.<-;u,--. si,,, disfranchising of individuals who are proven to
have given or accepted bribes ansl
calls on the stale the church, His- college and the Isadora nt the political
parties to laks- :i determined stand for
the education of the electorate as to
ihe Iniquity of the financially influenced ballot.
Among the pungent paragraphs in
the Globe editorial we read the follow-
ing: "Anyone who siansls in the
courtroom during an election trial ansl
hears the evidence and studies ihe
characters of the political degenerates who hold the balance of power In
n constituency, and whose votes can
be bought by either political party. If
not by both, would begin to despair
for democracy if thai were the besl it
could show. Every man who lakes a
bribe for himself or offers a bribe to
another should be deprived of the
right Ib vole at least for 10 years. If
not,   Indeed,   for  life."
The Mail-Empire on Ihe other hand
think that nothing shori of Imprison
ment will ever teach men the sacred-
ness oi the franchise and that the ballot Is not a privilege tiiat can or sliould
be bought or sold. It says: "Once a
man is proven to have been guilty of
corrupt acts bis political career should
ensl for ever, antl his prison life
should begin. Let it lie shown that
the law is made to be administered,
anil that the man who breaks it is a
convict, and not a political hero, and
the crime so prevalent will cease to
bo committed."
��� ��� *
Ia our opinion, neither the Globe nor
the Mail fairly discusses the issue in
lis mosi Importanl bearings. It is all
very well to discredit and villlfy ihe
giver of bribes, the retailer of money
or spoils In order to Influence an election and corrupt the voted. No language can be too virile to describe tho
degraded creatures who act as the In-
termediarles in election corruption.
These men are usually from Ihe lowest
class In society, bums, loafers aud perjurers, men utterly without moral
sense, as was proven In the ease of
Prltchett, removed trom the witness
box In Toronto, to the dock. In cus-
tsssly. at tb., direction or the magistrals'
for perjury. And others associated
"iiii lilm in his nefarious work of "ballot-switching" were doubtless little, If
any. better than be. Tin- sinister Influence exerted by these men extended
through a whole ssi las nf oounties
sm niiiii.ling London nml their corrup-
Ing work was carried ssn within ever
Increasing area. Nothing in the way
ot penal servitude can be too severe
as a punishment r..i- their .i.-.-riK.
Hut iin- case is somewhat different
with the man wji,, taks-s the bribe. Ue
l�� 1"  sl oases If not all, lbs, victim,
not only of temptation but of actual
want. It Is always among the "hard-
up" element In the electorate that the
briber gets In his work. To many
people in Ontario, a len dollar bill
looks like a big price, as lt Is little
actual money ihey handle, year In and
year out. Putting alongside of their
neiil, the temptation and lhe Satanic
suggestion that Jones and Smith hnve
already taken Iheir price and It becomes a difficult matter for a poor
man lo correctly nnd morally estimate
the value of his franchise.
Uo do not mean lo suggoat that tho
receiver of bribes should bs- allowed
to go free, but we protest thut he Is
not In Ihe same class wllh the crim
inal who is employed to debauch the
There Is still another element In the
Question Ihat should not be overlooked. That Is tbe man at the head of
affairs who furnishes the funds for the
wholesale debauching of the voters
It Is known that the men who pasB Ihe
money have no money of their own;
that they are entrusted with the campaign runds of this or thut party, and
that their reward is commensurate
wiih the faithfulness with which they
discharge their unholy duty.
In lbs- London case, ll ls stated thai
.Mi. I ly iiniii was Ignorant or the facts
that electors were being bribed. Hut
sunn- nm- or more persons high up In
lbs- counsels of Mr. Ilyman knew that
this wns being done anil It is as useless as It is unjust to punish His1 weak
and wicked lixil of a political corrup-
tlonlst high up lu the secrets- of the
party machine, if the man behind lho
bank account is lo go scot free.
Tbe place Io slay the ravages of a
rampant stream is not near to tho
mouth but near the source. It may bo
dammed far down its course but it
w-itl burst Its bounds and break out
elsewhere, Only by controlling it in,
Us earlier stages can sarely be assured.
The churches may proclaim high
Ideals, the schools and colleges may
impress their students with ideas of
the sacredness of citizenship, the
bribers and agents of the machine
may be jailed, but so long as the manipulators of the machine itself are
let absne the country will be a long
time in reaching tbat freedom from
corruption in politics which is so sin
cer.'Iy desired by every true patriot.
Since The Canadian called attention to lhe unritness of tlie site
chosen lor the old courthouse to be
used as a public library and hall, Information has been received as lo
some of the reasons why the council
selected the location at lhe corner of
Ward aad Prom streets lt would appear that thc members of the council
are nol themselves enamored of tlie
site but circumstances which at first
sight seemed insuperable have induced
the completion of the arrangements
for Its removal there in so far as these
arrangements are complete.
While The Canadian believes it is
voicing lhe sentiments of every citizen that a mistake is being made in
placing the library building anywhere
north of llaker street it would seem
thai there are objections and difficulties ln the way of placing lt south ol
that street. Th.e lire limits bylaw to
begin with, would have to be violated
iu order lo place the building on any
one of the several conspicuously suitable sites in the more uptown district.
In the next instance, to move the
building across Baker sireet would involve the cutting of the telephone
cables aud electric light aud power
carrying currents. These two difficulties, with the added feature of additional expense seem to be the reasons
which induced the council io agree
lo the proposed  site.
We cannot regard either or all of
them ol sufficient Insurmountability
to justify the placing of the proposed
public building on the site thut has
heen selected. While it would seem
a daring thing lo suggest we believe
lhe majority of the ratepayers would
consent to a suspension of the fire
limits bylaw for the purpose of establishing a building which is to serve
generations on a site that will be forever suitable. The matter Is purely
technical as no one will suppose that
lhe fire risks will be at all Increased
by Ihe removal of the building lo Ihe
souih of llaker street or on llaker
street Itself.
As ror the cutting of lhe cables wo
are of lhe opinion thai ln view of the
public iiiiercsi involved in the ques-
tion, that difficulty Is nut Insurmountable. Both the telephone company and
Its patrons are sufficiently patriotic lo
suffer some slight Inconvenience if a
great public convenience and benefit
will resuli.
As lor lbe additional cost, thut Is a
matter upon which the feeling or tho
ratepayers should be tested and il a
public meeting were culled we believe
lhal sufficient enthusiasm would bu
elicited to show Ihe council that they
would bo Justified In taking the steps
we suggest.
The Canadian In no way wishes to
embarras the movements of the council, in fact seeks only to help Ihem.
If a public meeting to discuss the question brought out no sympathy and the
mailer were trealed with Indifference
by the citizens we could see no further Justification for the council bothering themselves over the subject. Mut
ll would be a pity to settle the question without a real lest of the reelings
of the people In lhe matter,
Notice Ii hereby gtren tbat 60 dayi after date-1
Iniend toapply tu tbe Boa. Chief Commluloner
of Landi aud worka for pcnni*-Mi>n tu purcim-u*
tbe following described Unds in tin* Weil K	
(.my Dlitrlot: Beginning ai�� poii marked "\v.
s Hlvidgc'a s WToorner," and planted about
one-quarter mile wait of tio* weat ihore of wimi-
ahan  (Cariboo)   lulu*,  and -.limit one tin'I One-
quartermileinorth of the ���outhernend of iiu*
Uke; thctir-c north 80 chaini; thence eait 40
ohalni more or law ����� the ihore at the winu.-imn
hike; thenoe following said ihore in u general
loutherljrand westerlydirection io*.ichaii,K more
ur lou to a point on the ahon- due out of u*,.
pott of commencement; thonoe weti mi chains
more ur lea*, to Hit* |>olni of e-immoneeinent, con-
lolning HIM ii'Tet* mon* or Whh
Dated thtitftn day ot Out.- mux.
W, 8   Kl.vliN.c,
I*" f. han'ionk, Agenl
Notice li hereby given that 80 daya after date I
inteml to apply io tin- Honorable tbeobiuf C -
minloner of Landi nm! Worki for permlulon to
purobaM the following deeerlbed landi iltuate
In Waal Kootenay Dlatrlct: ronum-neii)-* at ���
poil narked "f MoArthur_ -LW.corner poit
Minnie nenr the M B, corner of land applied lot
by8, MeAriJnir thenoe aouth in obaUiii more or
lull tbenee eaai ho ebalni! tbence north 40
chain*-, more or Ion; thenoe west m ehalna to
i i ol uunmoneement.
Balmo, Bi c. AugUli Hth, 1908.
P. MrAitTHfK
T. H, Atkinhon, Agent
Notice ll herebv given thnt 80 dayi utter date i
ltil'-inl loapply tO the lion,,ruble Chief Commli*
���Ion 'rol Landi ami Worki for nermlnloa to purchase the following deeerlbed landi, iltuate In
the Weil Kootenay dlitrlet, itartlns frnm n post
planted at the B.W.eornW_CraeitW.Rablnion:i
Application to Purehue,and on the norih b
of tna Nortii Fork of f*og creak; thenoe U
weet. so chain* north, loo chainseaat, n
south, HO ohalni woat k0 ohalm aouth to im< nee-
don of north line of B, W, Bobtnaon'i Application
to Pnrebaie, thenee 10 chain*- weal ami n chalm
south to point ol oommencement oontainlng 840
Dated 18th day of Auguit, 1008.
perEHNEsTW. Koihnbon, Agent
Notiee Ii hereby given that 00 dayi after date I
Intend to apply to the Hon, the Chief Copim.*-.-
ilonar of Landa ami Work.-, for permimon tt
ohue the following deicrlbed hims
Kootenay dlitrlot province of itrftis.ii
Comui-iiflug at a post markeii "William Tuliiog-
toii's northweal corner poet," snid poat being
planted  nt   lhe  southwest corner of the "Quwil
Mineral Claim," and adjoining the eaat line of
HoPhall'i pre-emption, tbence -outh twentv <_��i)
ohaini along laid line- ihence ensi forty (in)
chaini, tpenee north twentv fib) chains, thenoe
wesi forty (40) ehalni more or less, in ihe place <��i
Dated im ''a>* of Auguat ir*or>.
William ToUIMOTOM,
By hi*-agent J. E.Taylor.
to pnr-
i Weat
.Sixty .lays after it alt* I pnrpo-e making application to the Chief Commlailonei of I_aqiLb and
Works for permlulon to purohaae the following
deicrlbed land i Commencing at a postmarked
1 l P'aS �� corner,"adjoining the east boundary of i�� 1'ieree's tiiipiicaiiun to purehaae, run-
nine thenee io chaini nonh; thenee80chaini
east; thence bO chains south; ihenee n�� chains
west to point of oommenoement, containing 840
acres mo t* or less,
Dateil the Hth day of August, 1900.
i    1'IEIH'E,
   per F   <i   F.njt IKK,
Sixty daya after date I purpose urn* nig ai>j>li-
cation to tin* Chief ('tni)inisbi(iner of Lumls and
Works for permlnion to jmrehaB. the following
deacrlbed und:  Commenolng at a post mmkeil
'K Fs S F corner," and Hituiiteabout-inemile
from Sliver Tip Point, on Whatshan take, ami
nenr Christie creek, running theliee B0Cbalni
north; thenee 80ehalni west; thenee80 chaini
nouth, following the hike shore; thence BOchalm
east to tlie point of eommeneement containing
Gin aotei more, or les*-?.
Daied the llth day of August, ISKW.
Per F. U   I Ai-yriEB. Agent
Sixty dayi after date I purpose making nppli-
catlou in tin* Honorable ilu* Chief 'oumi jsm,,.:, r
of Landiand Worki for permiuion to purchase
the following deaeribed land; Commencing at
a post marked "D. Pa Ci.. oorner," adjoining
K Fam-nicr'* application to purehaae. running
thenoe80chaloi north; thenee ni elmins eaat;
ihenee SO chains eonth; thenee m chnins we-t
to the point of eorameucement, containing fia
acrea, more or lew.
Hated the llth dny uf August, PJOfi.
 Per I" -.. FATKttnaa, Agent.
Notice li hereby given lhat 60 dayaafterdale
I intend, to applv to the Honorable tbefliiel
CniiiiiiisMon.r ol Lands  and Works forpermll
sion to i urchaie the following deacrlbed hmd-.
siu:ate in lie Weil Kootonay dlitrlet: Commencing ul a post mark-*-! "A. Turner's N. W . Corner
post," iltuated at the K. X. corner of land ap*
Piled for by K Stewart, tlience south loobalna,
more or less; thence east i*tchains; thenee north
40 ohalni, more or leai; thenee weit 80 cbalni to
point of eommeneement
Balmo- B.C , Augu t II 1008. A. Ti knkh,
T II Atkinhon, Agent-
Notice is hi reby given that 60 dayi after date i
intend lo appiv to tne Honorable the Chief Com*
minloner of Landi mui Woiks for permlnion to
purohaae tbe following deicrlbed land In wml
Kooienav Dlitrlot about levin mllei souih of
Hurton Clly: Commencing al a noil planted on
the eait bank of Trout creel- nnd marked Mn,
W   II   Hamilton's B.   VV. c.  poll and  running
north tto ehnins; tliet  eait hi chains;  Lbence
i b BOchalm; them o weil BO chain**, tn place
of ln-gilining, coniiiiumg 'iin neres, more or  less.
Hated lhjs__m! dnv ol AugUlt. !��.-
MSi w ii Hamilton
VT, 11. Hamilton, Agent.
Notice li herehv given thai 00 dayi attar date 1
Hi lend to applv lo the Honorable tbe I'll I. f Com*
ijiiul i of tandi and Worki, Victoria, to par-
ohfue B0 aorei of laud, iltuate abonl one mile
east   i.f   Burton   City   oU llie east   side of   Arrow
lake, nnd described aj follows: Commenolng at��
post planted at  the nortlieast corner of LotflGAO,
thence  north  DO chains,  thence WOlt l'> chnins,
Ihence soutli SO ehalni, thence earn 40 chains to
place of beginning
August 2 th, 1900 J. K. Hi-stkh.
Notice is bereby given thai 00 <i��vn after date I
intend to apply to the Hull, the Chief Commissioner of Lands aud Work- for permlaalon to purebaae the following d*. ������ ribe i landi in west
Kootenay district:   Beginning m a post marked
"Otto  Hlrsch's  N   \V   corner" and   planted on
the vreii ibore of Watahan (Cariboo) lake, abonl
onC-foUrth mil.- west of I he loi nous of Whiilshau
lake; tlu-nce south 80 ehalni, tlu-nce eait ���)*��
chains more or leu t.i tho ihore of tbe Narrow*;
theuee following the laid ihore In a general
northerly and weaterlvdirection 120 chaini more
or less, to the point of commencement, contain
ing 820 aorei more or less
Hated Ihis Kih day of <��et . 1906
Otto HlgBCHi
V. I.   MammuMi, Agent.
Notice is lutreby given that sixty dais afterdate
l intend to apply to theHon. Chief Commlaaioner
of Landi and worka for permission to purebaae
the folio*,*, ing described lands in West Kootenav
dislrid: Beginning at a post marked "* K
Alden. S E corner," and planled on the east
shore of Whatshnn (I'anbou) lake, about one
mile norlh of the southern end of the lake!
thenee north NJ chains; thenee west .. chain-,
mor- nr ten, to the -bore or Whatshan hike:
theuee following -aid shore in a general .-outh
erly  and easterly  direction H<o chains, moreor
len, to the poim of commenoement containing
_:_*> acres, more or less
Haled this 8th day of Oct., VJfti.
B. K. AUUQf,
K. h, IfAMMOMi. Ageni
.Notice Is hereby given that slxtv davs after date
I inund to appiv to the Hon. Chief Commlaalon
erof laml-* and WOtkeUa permission to purchase the following deacrlbed landi, 100 aorea.
commencing at a post marked John Tove, planted on Ih. east shore of Lower Arrow lako, about
one mile north of Sunshine ereek. thenoi forty
cliaiiiH eaat, theliee forty chains south, theuce
forty Cbat-tl west, thenee furty chains norlh
along lake -bore to point of commencement,
Dated thii Uth day of Beptember, looo.
John Tove,
  Ha nny QljaON, Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that 60 days alter date I
intend loapply to the Honorable the Chief Com-
mlailoner of Landi and Works* for permhiilon
to purchaie the following denrlbed land, iltuate
In >ire Valley. In the West KooU-uav district adjoining W. A. (alder's pre emption,'start Inn ata
post marked tf. HoQuarrie'i wo th weit corner
running HOchaius east, thence 40 cbalm north,
thence80chaini west   thenee 40 ehaim-south to
point of eommenoement.
Dated thll llth day ojSeptember, locr..
Many McQojjtJtti,
  J- K, Tavi.oh, Agent.
Notice is herehy given tiiaHW dayi from date I
intend to apnlv to the Honorable the Chief Commlaaioner of hands and Works for permission
to purcjmre the following described lands sit-
uate in West Kootenay SlItHct: Commenting
at a post marked ���* K. Stewart'h N W. corner
potd,"situated near the,Junction of tost creek
and .South Pork of Salmon, ihence south 40
chains, more or lesa; ihenee eaat BO Chaini;
thenc north 4i> __,____. more or less; tlience
west 80 chaius to point of commencement
Salmo, August lllh, IMS.
K. Htfwaht
,   , T H, Atkinson, Agent.
Notice is bereby given that 60dan alter dale I
Intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Commlaaioner of Landiand Works for jK-rmissiou to
purehaae tbo following deacrlbed lands m the
Weal Kootena; district, near burton iiu-; com.
mencing at apoal planted at the southeast comer
of (Jeorge Hudson's pre-emption claim, and
marked Harry O. TolUztfton'l N. K, C. posl. and
running sum)- 40 eliains, thence west 'h ehulns,
thc net* north io ohalni, thenoe eaat ki chaini to
place of beginning, containing BO acres of laud,
more or leM.
Hated thll Nth day of August, 1900.
HaKHY  li. Tol.I.tNfiTON.
Notice Is hereby given that sixty days after
dale I iniend lo applv tothe Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands inn) Works for jH-rini.sslori lo purchase the following deacrlbed lands in the West
Koot-'i,uy disiriei: Heglunlng at a post marked
"Bertha Hlrich'i N K. corner,"and planted on
the east shore ol Whatsinin (Cariboo) lake, at Die
narrowi oi the lake, and about one mile south of
Arrow lake trail: thenee south Ouabains; thence
west wi chains more ,,r less to tin* shore of the
narrows; ih.nce following the said ibore in a
general northerly and eaiterly direction ISO
eh-ius more or less to the point of commencement containing i.|uacres more or leas.
Hated thll Hth day of Oct., lOue
BKBTUi Bttttnp
F   L. E-AlUrOVD, Agent.
-Notiee Is hereby given that iwo nioulhi after
dale I intend to anply tothe Honorable tlie Chief
i ommiMlOner Of Lands and Works for a I-ease of
all Dial laud being the loreshore adjoining sub-
dlvitioni 1, .-: and 4 of lot ;toy, (.roup one(l)
Knot, nay, and being on the south shore of the
West Arm of Kooteuay lake, In the distriet of
Commencing at -h post marked "A. B, Watls'
southeast corner pn*.i"; thenee 60 ehaim weft,
thence20 Chaini north; thence ft.) chains east;
thence 'in chains south lothe place of commencement; the said land and foreshore lo be be Hied
for sawmill purposes.
Haled ihis Idfl day of August, ]��_,
A. K. Watts.
.Notice Is hereby given that W daya after date 1
Intend toapply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lamls and Works to purchaie the
following described lands, 3_() acres, more orl.-v
commeneing at a post planted on tin* mil bank
of L pper Arrow lake at a point about 7 miles he-
low Nakusp, and marked <!, A. It. il., S K corn, r
posl; thence to chnin- wesl: thenee 10 ��� hains
lOUthi thenee Mt chnins cast, more or less to take
shore; thenee along lake shore lo point of beginning,
Daied thii 5th dnv of Beot.lOW, 0, a, B.Hall
M dayi after date i intend to apply.to the Honorable Uie Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Worki, Victoria, H C , to purchase 040 acres of
land iitnate weit of Arrow lake on the west side
ot w hap han ereek and Joining the north boundary of s. j. Annable application io purchase
' ommenclng al a put marked It. J. K. V. K corner and running we*-' BO Chains; thenei- north WI
chains;  thene, east 80 chains;  thence loutb to
point of oommencement
September 2r.d 1908. jt. j, BluoT,
Notice Is hereby given that W dnvs afler date I
inieml to apply to the Boaorale Chief Commli-
�� oner of Landiand Works tor permission toi.nr-
chase ihe following ties, rlbed lands, slluaiJ* Jn
tie \\,.st kootenay dfltrfct, starting from a post
planted at the K, B. eormr of K tt. (.oblnsmi's
Application to purchase, thence -Ptchaiiis east,
wi chains souih, ai chains west. _�� chains north,
40 chains west, :��)t hains north, a) chains east in
chaliiH norih to point of eommeucement, contain-
Ing UO acres.
Hated IHth day of August, 1906
D. 0, K. KoiilNHON,
 |W'/ Kknkht tt . Hoiiinson, Agent.
Another Uheral press falgohooil
nailed. See teleRrnm of Premier
Whitney  nu  front  page.    Next!
Nutfeei** liereby given lhat sixty days aft,.,
date 1 intend to applv to the Uonorahle lhe
f liief (ominlssioiicr of Lands and Works for per
mission to parch MO ihe following described
Ian 1 on the west shore of upper Arrow Lake ami
Joining J. H. Poenoy'i pre-emption:  Banning
west io chains; thonce north mi chains, tbenco
cast ��Ohalni, to the shore of the  lake;  Ihence
south following the lake ihore to point of cm,,
no necnient. containing ;.i(ia<:res moreor less
I'ated August Vi, liWb.
II. V.jtUcVtOD
 _._i.J* Kg��<Y. Agent.
Notice is hereby given that sixty dnva alter
date I intend lo apply io the Honorable the
< "Iif l ommissiuner of Undsand Works for permission to purchase the following doacrlbed
Itindon lhe west side of Power Arrow lake and
lolning the loutb line of tho Indian Reaervation:
KunningWwt30chaini] thenee *oi-ih so, halna;
tbenee east ai ehalns, to ihe shore of the lake;
Ihence   north   following the lake shore to Die
point of oommenoement containing 100 acres
more or less.
Hated Augusta), lifOO, tt', It. Mai LBOD
J. .1. Kn.i.y, Agent.
Notice li lienby given that go davs after date I
Intend toapply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purebaae the following flfeoribed land In Wail
Koolenay  Hlstrlei  about  seven  miles south  Ol
Hurton City: Commencing at a poet planted on
the east bank of Triml creek and marked Alex
i beynei n. w. c. post ami running south ao
Chaini! thence east Ho chains; thence north 80
chaini; thence weat BO chains to poat of la-giiin-
ing. containing MO acres ttf land, more or leu.
Hated this i_ud day of August, 1V_6
Ai.ki 1'nrvNI
W. H Hamilton, Agent
Sixty days after ilale, f Murgrett McQuarrle,
iniend toapply to the Honorable tbe Chief Com'
miasionerof Lands uud Works, Victoria, IJ C,
to purchase the following described land, Cr-m-
inem ing al a post marked M. Met'uarrle, ou thc
hank of Lower Arrow lake, thenoe 40 Ohaini
west; thence iji chains norlh; tlience *Jii eliains
east; ihenee tio chains south to place of coin
meneement, said to contain  Kit) ueres  more or
leaa. < overlng ground held by <;. b. Anderson's
Hated thll lllh day of Peptember, 1906.
���.   ,   ,, Majiokkti UcQOJ._-t_k,
tt. L, Patio, Agent
Notice is hereby given thnt I Intend, 60 days
after dale lo anply to the Honorable Ihe Chief
tomml*. iloner of i aiidaaiidWorka for permlulon
to purchase the following described lands in
ttest Kootenay district, ahoul fhe miles south
of Burton City, commencing at a posl planted on
the cas1 bank of tract C. R��� and marked "W. H.
Hnmlllon's B W. C. post," and running norih Hi
ehaliid,  thence  eait  HO chains,  theii'e south SO
chaioi. tbenoe west no chaini to place of begin*
niii?, eoiilalning tiio acres of iainl, more or less.
Hated this ."Jiid day of August, luofi.
W II Hamilton.
Notice la hereby iiTcn that 40 dayi after date I
iniend lo apply to lhe Honorable (hief Commissioner of unds ami Worki for permimion io
porcliiaetbc following deeerlbed lands, situate
In Woat Kooleiiny dlstnei: Commencing at a
poM nin rked "H. ( oukej's N. W. comer posi," sil-
uate n.ar lhe N K. cmier of land applied for by
l<.K.,lhenccsouih in chains, more or less; thence
eaatWchalnii ihenoe north 4n chains, moreor
LeilJ thenre west Wi chains |o iv.in I of coiiiment e-
KiillilO, August II, IBOO, (J  CoNKKY
T. II  Atkinson, Agent,
Notice is herby giren that I'-o davs aft-r date I
intend, to anply lo the Honorable llie Chief Commissioner of Unds and Worki for permission to
pnrehaae the following daioribed binds situate in
weil Kootenav dlitrlot:, Commenolng ata poit
marked "I, Roil'i N, W oorner pos.," situate
near the N. B, corner of land applieU for hy A.
MeUiiri. Ihence io Uth 40 chains, more nr less:
thenoe east hO chains; thenee north itl ehains,
more or less;  ihence west N chains to polut of
Halmo, August 11, 1000, ��. iimKi
T. II, Atki
Notice Is hereby given that sixty dayi afler
dale 1 Intend lo apply to the Honorable lhe
Chief Commissioner of Lands mid Worki tor
permission to purchase Ihe following described
lands situate in Wesl Koolenay district: Cow-
inenelng ata post marked "A. Mcl-oan's N W
corner po��l,"situate nearihe N.K. comer of land
applied (or liy A. MeUnghbui. thenee south 10
Chain*, more or less; thence east BO ohalni)
Ibenee north HI chains, moreoi less; theliee West
oo chains to poini of commencement
Balmo- August 11, 1900 A. VOt-IAWi
T. H, Atkinson, Agent
Nollee ls hereby given that Ml wivs aftt r dale I
ii lend to make application to Ihe Honorable thu
thief Commlnloner of Undi and Worki for per-
mii.sou to pun hair the following describe*, lands.
mi uiiio in west Kootenay dlitrlet: Commencing
nt a poit marked "A. MeUuirhllu's N. W  corner
post," iltuate near the fl EToorner of land applied for hy V McArthur, thonce south IU cha'iis,
more or leu; lli��nee east m chains; ihence north
���m chains, moreor lews; thenee west HO chains to
point of comim-nccjiiciit.
Halmo, Auguit 11, JittW. A. McLauohun,
T. II. Atkinson, Agent
Just reoelved, a siiii-miiii stock   ��f   Hiumin'ii    Llnenn    i-,,.,..
Coven, Ton Clsillis, ftc    An elegant   assortment   iur iu   Wl)]*J ,"'
Xmas presents.
Wis are also showing n Itfl ol new Fancy Tape ami IiiiiIh,,, m.rt
See is,ii- show winnows for some novelises   we have   ftlr   v
trade, whleh we had made i" ��>ur order bj   ihs-   i���.��i   achool "'i
rainy work In the Montreal convent   Now ih the time for yon "��� a
make seiections, ll
Notice ti hcruhy gfran that N dari attoi data I
Intend to Hpplv to the Bonorable Chief t-omniis-
iloner ol Laudiand Works for permlNloo to purchnse the followlns denrlbed landi. Minuted on
the earn side of Arrow lake: ( oninieueliiK ��l n
post marked   A.Mioleod's  loeatlon post, theuee
muth frty chalm, following W. Toye'ientern
boundarv; thence .usl sixtv ehains, lo east btiuk
of Qatlbald) Creek;  theme ii"rth forty chnlin;
thenee ensl >ixtv CblitU  lo  polul of commencement, uontalnlne-ttt acrt ��������� more or less,
I to ted September 1. Iwe.      Alsxa hUcutoo.
J'er N. DUIHI, Agent
Notice is herein* *_!lvcu llinl Wi dnvs Kit.*1 ,lale 1
iniend toapply to the Bonorable the Chief Com*
minloner of Ininisand Works for perm inioq to
purehttse the .ollowliu: described binds, iltuated
on thu eiil side of Arrow lite. Comment Ing ai
the northeaat corner of a Aniimuv s punha>e.
thenee north forty ehalni, theme weat toriJ
chaiii(", Ihenee south forty cIihIii*, thenoe eaai
forty chains to point of eotiiineiiccuieiit. containing IflO aorea, more or less.
Dated hepieuiber 1,1*Q00.     J_JtU V  Maci.SOIi,
perff. Dntgaa, Agent
Notice Is hereby giTflU HikI 00 dnvs nlo-r date 1
intend to apply io tb" Honorable ifaeCnlel < om-
minloner ol I-andsnnd Worki for permi-ntlou to
pureliase tbe foiiowniK deeerlbed landi; Com-
menciog at a port marked "J, w it> B.W oor-
Der," piaeed on the eaal ihore ol Lower Arrow
Lake at the north wc-1 oorner of J. Chriitle'i Ap
plication to I'urchme. running Ihenee 10 chaini
eait; tbenee80ohalni north; tbence 10 chutim
moreor leu. WOlt to the lake lho��ei lbence fol
lowirg hike shore  to  point ol  coin meneement
coiituiuiiiK .'ao acrei more or ten
Hated the -Ini day of July, 1WJH.
J. W. Hatm.
Not tof Is hereby given Uml slxtv dayi after
dntei Intend toappiy to the Hon. Chief Commie*
���loner of Landi ind Works for ).enniHtdon to
pnrehaae the following deeerlbed lands, In
West Kootenay Dlitrlet: Commeneing it an Initial i-osl platitetl at the southeast corner Ol Me-
Coy'i pre-emption, tbence 90 cbalni weal to oaal
boundary ol Lol BlOOi  thenoe rollowlng wild
Itoiimlarj -.outh to -oiilhen-l  toner of snid lot;
thence 10 ehaim weal. (hi di ��� 50 ebalni iouth;
thenoe80chaini eaat; thence aOchaini north to
���southwest corner ol Lot .--', tbenee inilouing
west boundarv of l^>i t'-i to imtltil poit
hepteniber il, 1900. 1). I". ffOI 11
per Ka.vEsi V,', Kohi.v.'jS.
Notiee in hereby giran that 60 dara aftor date, 1
intend to npply to tbe Hon. thief Coiamualoner
of Landl and Works for peniitR.ioti lujuircliasc
the lollowlng deurlbed tandi, iltuate on Die
tusi shoreof tower Lake, about one and one
half mile South of  Bdgew i.  B.C. and ad
Joining J.T. Beattle'��� application to purcbue,
and commencing at a poit marked l>->hnid u h
Minn South West corner, tbenee running North
sijtty chain*., thenee   Bait f'Ttv chain*-,   tht nee
Mouth, tstiity ehain**, thence West forty ehelni to
plaoe of oom meneement ami ootualnlng MO
acres more or lens,
,   . . M. K. M<\it'ABaiB, Ageut.
Dated thin 25th dny of September, lajfi
Kotlce is hereby given tbat two montbi after
date  I  Intend to ��pply  to the Honorable Chief
CommlMloner of hindt. and Worki for i v--
nlon to purchHbe M0 aem of land, deicrlbed al
follows: Commencing at a pi>si pl-ii,t<d .ii the
southwest of i. c HOrrlaon'l r*n *h in Fire
Valley, WOlt KtMiltliav dlltrl t, ihnrktd **J H
Munrt "s northeast corner jne-t"; thence BOi balm
west; thence ho chains Houth; ihence Ho i-haius
easl; theliee W chains north to theplBOCof OOm<
tatjd nth day of Beptember, jimw,
J- B. Mr.vfcOE,
  W. A, CAI.IOtU,  Afp-Mlt.
Notlpe li hereby glren that 00 dan after date 1
intend to apt.lv to the Hon. chid " ommlaaioner
of Landi nn.l Works for permlnion to purchaie
the followlni d.sertbo.I lands, situat. in W��t
Km tetur dlitrlel: Beginning al a poit marked
"Arthur Warren'i B. W. oorner,"and planted on
the eatt ibore ol Wh��t*.)ian (Cartl-oo) lake. hImuii
t*0 miles north of the narrows of Whalsban
Uke, and at thc s. K   corner of W. Secombe's ap-
piicntion to purohaaej them-e eut in ehalni:
tnence north 80 ebalna; thence west jo che)ii��-
t hence hou th ni ciiaitm to polnl of oommence-
ment; Containing 130 aorea moreor ie��s
Dated thii Hth dayof Oct. 19lMi.
AHTllt'R W'arkkn.
P. L. IIammoko, Agent
Notice is hereby given lhat sixty dayi afler
���toto X lOtUld to apply tt> the Honorable Ihe
Chief Commissioner of Unds ami Worku for
perminnloii to piirchane the Mlowftu. _��.
scribed lands nltuate In the WtMi Kootenay
distriet starting from a [��.-<l planted on the
north hank of The North Fork of Hog creek'
thence"ki chains west, ai chains north, tVi chains
WOlt luthalns north, B0 chatu weet, aOrhaina
north, 80ohalni went, 90ohalni north, go chalnn
east, -0 eliains south, _D ehalna eait 40 chalnn
south, ao ehalna eaat ttohiltu aonth lo point of
oommenoement containing 640 acree,
Hated IHth day of Augtmt, 1��W.
_ Kknbht W. Kojiinhon
Mlity dayi after dale I intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief t'ommln.ioner of Unth nnd
worra. Victoria, to purchase M0 acre* of land
located and dcicrJbed as follows Beliii. the
nortbeart (juarter of Section twenty-two and
the couth hulf of the norlhwent otiarler Heetl��,n
twenty lhree,Town*.hipsiAty.nlue. And furthei
deaeribed as follows: Commenclnc al l poll
marked J J. N. W. corner, and plnnied -in ehiiim
east of the north went comer of ElaotJon twenty-
two and ronnfng cant MUhalni, thenca iouth SO
tha inn. thence cant -lfi chains, tbence South ti
ebalni.  thence  Ment  m ������halm, theliee norih 40
chains lo plaee of beginning,
Ang_lt__Ut,_.W JAHRiJmiN-a-njfi.
W. A. Colder, Agent
Notice is hereby given lhat fiO days after date 1
inteml to apply to ti.e Honorable ,| , Chief Com
miaaionerol binds and Works for permLnloi    ,
purchase  the  (OUoWfttg  -lescribed  lands:  ('���,,,;
monolng at a noit marked "J. a o. B'8 W cor
ner, placed it the northeail comer of Un (i��t,,i
running80chaloi north! tbence80 -h.,1,,- rant*
ihence 80 cbalni aouth i thenoe 80 chalm weit to
J^JJ"    'rf| ���oiiiiucneetnent,  coui'luiiig fi ������.*
Dtted the _ltt day of July 1008.
 , -t A. O'KKii.i.y
Wxty days alter dnle | ini*-ii.l to anpif lo the
Coramiiiiouer of Landiand Voria. Victoria, to
purchnse l��l acres of Jnnd, ntlualt- nnd dui l I bed
west side of Arrow lake oppoelte Cariboo City, nl
or  near lhe WUthwart  corner  of  U. ||���|l'     ,
Obaae. and marked "O. M. A��� B  B corner " and
runiilm  north   10 ehaim, Ihence wesliO i'h,,   ,h
toHsAnnabla'i purohaae, thence sou ih tuei ��
moreor less to the lake shore, theutwalomr the
lake ihore io plan of baginnlng, K
All(tUit_Rth,19(*. H-M. ANNAH1.K.
Nome Ls hereby given lhat nu daya nftcr date 1
 i 'he Honorable the
inland in mssk,-..,.p]i.-,,t,..!, i��� nicinmorsWi. il
Chief fiimml nernf Undsanil W���rk.l,r,���
lisiiiiion i��� pnro.ua abonl Do resV.f i��,,   .', ���
"led mi t��.<- 8 ���ii slvs-s, WIS K���,,n,,, ,,','s1 ',,',!
oomnenolng at�� post marked s. 11. ������,,,.'. i, ,���'
Cornor   |,1������|,.,1 ������ ,hr ���,.��� ),u���k , ,r 11, . ri v ,-V
sbnssl   i.iiilk.,,,,,,!,,,,,,|���.|,i|,.r������,,���,,',;,*,,;
*__'lh*ffi-_,���    "',      '^l""���"���      ""���"'���     ��     '���''        '        "
f!,llM'- ""' sHhl  hi i ai ,-h,illi�� l��� lis,, rlv,.r
mS'-om ",:l.,,Cr'J """"< "'" "m"'">''�����" n"1���:
Align,! 18,11. 1906. B. R. HlsTrKH,
                               '''��� "��� Alkltisnn, Ageiil,
il 's msuiii 4ii (hniiiH more s.r le-����� a .,,. ���';
��"'"""-: ihen sorlli ,0 3iiinJ, ���'���"',','",'"*
lhanos we.tM,.|���(���,,,,,���,i���i���f oottmonccniS-t
Balmo, August 11, isjijo. .���...,,<t.u.i,,.
J. Mi Sis'iiii i,
T. H. ATKINSOK, Agoiil       '
Nolls-u  I.  iKTI-liy glu'i,  it,,t( ..,,, . I
daw I Island to applj lo H���- n.���, ,'-,V*, ��___|
mlnlonaroJ l.iisni. hihI Work, s ,   Il",,*|
i��� purohaaa iho followi,,,, .1,.,���������.,\",���!*m
ssssi,- in ��i-.i Ks.iiin,, i.i.ii.,,      '"*��1
s.1   n   l��.-l   in��rk.,d-A^. Hi,...|.���,''.. ���"|""*jl
'" ::l
'  '1
Mc is-: thenoe msttt '.i,.li,'.",'!"!r^H
so chslns; Ihenoe aaai lochaiii.io , ,*,_�����
">...- - is.'-in. i-onlHlniiis, "J.S ,i. ,,.       "'i'ii*m
lis,ii-d ilslss nili d��y o.-epu.mbtr,]s��
 , Pa? Hi,,,-,, _,_���__������
Plai si tht f. k eornei ol LoifiS
m osnortho* Bun,,,, Cli, u4__5l
B��.t_SS__!__S_��!. '.%_.
.olloe Is hereto (Iran that nosrssl I
Intend to appl/ to the Honorable it . ��� '���
mu.lonerol Undaand w,,,t,,,,,,.,, ;'-r
purehaae the followlMdescrll, ��� u'X^S
rrom a poet marked WTranoril . 1
sonth os ohalns. tbenoe easi - I
norlh �� chslns, thenoe wo.t so ,1,, , I
pommeneemeai, .-..iii.iniiig -01 ��,--_ i_fs
es.: adjoins on tba easl ol *. a.,i ",,n,'i JM
urns to purehaae. ' "pw��j
UsU-d lllU ffllh ,ls>- of Angii.l, 1906.
�� , w.tsal
v Dntsj^Afuit   I
Notice ls bereb] jlv-nlli.i, .>   ���   .���..,������
j ______a%_t.      1
obaae the lollosrini d-sorlbcd lauds u__l
startloa at �� |h>.i Barked Calls 9
snn..  nn is ,..,  ., , ,   ....     ':*M
pUnled mi ti ti^i ihore ol I
nesr ClliuSitone Creek, thenr. u Hi.ini^
thenee en ohalni north, tbenn i*'-!,.m,w_3
lake   (thore,   thenee aouth   |]OI)R  lake -,Ihu.3
polntof oommeneement f "l0l!l
I��ate<l ihi-i:iihda>ofS- iptembei in
��� ' iTHUtrtltri 1
IlABkV tilfWOH. Atft-Ifl.      |_
KotlOe l�� hereby given 1|,h! u ���,��� .,,��� MteffcZfl
minloner ol Undaand Worki ; --i :.,]���a_I
pnrebmeetfae following dee. rlbrt tindtSI
on tbe eail iideof Am-w i.,k. ; ;���
lhe lonihweil eornrr of A Anthotir'iuj3B
thenee wuth iwentr chaini, -i,. nee e-iitiiaSI
cbalni, Ihenee north twenty cbalni, tiit-n .*3a
twentyehiuni u, point of cniu���������ue-i.-i.tntiii.i
laiiilni; h"�� acre-* more or b ���������., ���
Dated Beptembtc l. tv.f.      Ba   r M -t-ib
per N Di v,..  ���,,.,.,,.
Kotiee t|  liereby given  Um  mt)      ,. ,|
dale 1 Intend to aj-plv lolhe Hm ...
Commlndonerol rn mln and Worki | ��� prrrnkt
lo pi) |t have the   following dr.i n -.-���
ale Iti the W, si Kootenay dfatrln, .1
ran] Anilre'i pre^nnvnan, iumIu n*'�� wil
marked A J. Long, M k. min,, ,,, :i,�����,.t��b��l
.d Lower Arrow lake, theme .��� , ht.no rati
thenee to chain*. ��outh, thenre .*u ^htm^M
tbenee 40 chaiiit* north lo point ,.f iv��r_i_r_��l
itietil. 1
Mted ttt Nelson, B. (., this hll, ilnvnFRepUM
ber, IM A j ^1
Wu- Hon Kt     \.   ���
Kotlce !��� hereby given thai mil ihuilflH
���ta-. I intend toanjUjto the Ilm ���ta_l.t_i<_sfM
i _n_m__fIooerofI___ndi__Dd Workif .ri-rmi��mf
U* Jilireha-4.  thefMllnwlugder
in Went Kootenayd-ittklJCi
planted at  ItoUrl   forlctl'i north ������ml rom-1
post  and  niarked  A.M'x  N. W  Tomer icmI
eaat 10ohaini] thenee -iochainn wuth, i
leaf to the Kootenay rfter; theon > ehi
alotiK   Ihe   Kootenav   river;   lln tec  III
north, more or leaa, to the place ��� < ��� "ii.mctta-W
ment, containing )��<�� aerea mor, or U*i.
-September uth vjoh.
A.v.vi*. goon,
 __-���v_."J'uv ���%1""''*' *>A|eni-
-Sol l.e la herehy glveu that SO dari ���ih-rdittNl
inieml to a|.p]y to the Holl. lie �� hief" etniaj
Moner of I.aiidti  hihI   Work-  [...-   ���
parchaae tin* foilowim* deacrlltco tw-ii.
Weit Kooteuey diHrin: Bwinatni n ��� pell
marked (I l>. Bell and It. itetp. -; ^ .urnt-riAf
about 2 mllei eaat of the Hal no- n m.-; Bii-ilWi
', utile from ihe Pend d'Oreille river; lh__*l ]
ehaiiiH north; thenoe 40 chain- went; Una** j
ehaiiiN Riiutb; theme -foehaitm i-nti w i>lwd|
b'ltllllll   g.
Dated tna Snd day of -September, i:*��.
i:. H-U,   j
         R- M- BWtTW, tgent.   J
Noiiee i- bereby given tbai-"-o-iii*.s��!tt*rd��irtj
Intend to appiv to the Honorabh llietiilelt'**!
mifaioiier of LamJH aud  Worki fol *. rml"l"U'*>l
Pnrehaae tbe following dwrlbed land in ^,"11
Kootenay Dlitrlot about iii tnile* mutli nl flui-1
V ii Oity: eommeneing ut h poit plinuii on ""J
eaat bank of Trout ereek and marieii '   ��� ���i|,t,-[
i-r'H S W. c. I'oHtandr'iuniiiKM'iiil' *' ��� ���hai** I
thenee e.mi HI) c|iaint>; ihenee norlli wt eli-.t._;'|
th.'tne went #" chain*- to the plaee ol cm-iii-ii tut* |
ment, tonuiniiiKMo acre*, more or lei
Dated thU rind day ol Angnrt, WW.      ^      \
w. ii rUnttTOK, __h
Noiiee In hereby given that ��Ji'U>Milb*r<lnel I
Intend in apply to the Hon (-iftl ' oinml_il'__t I
of Landi and Worki for porm__*li��n mporflujil
the  lollowlng   denerlbwl lauds,  ifluated ill thll
-ooteoay dlitrlet: Commem ing ��i�� h��tmi��; I
ed "BBW8,B.corner." plauied -u ti.e��ho��aI|
Lower   Arrow  lake, about  one  mileNUibgl
Unrdon  ereek   (iolili��t-.n creek,) th. io e North ��� I
cbalni, thenee weat ao cbalni, tlu-nce walk ��� J
ehalna, thence eait 10 ehfin- lo |N.n*i'*fw*
meneement, containing itm ecn*. more orlj*
aud ennipriNing abandoned pre emption M-���*
HlBkeil this iltli day of Angnrt, W��
11. It. U oi VIBTOH,
 A. K. Woi.vKHo-N- Agenl	
Notiee ih herehy glvenUmt rtxt) >in> -fnninHB
llnietitltoai.plytolhelloli Chief i ..iiiiiu-kIiH* J
of Land-and Work-" for i-ormlhrton to i-nrrhMJ f
lhe ftdlimliig deM-rlla-d land*-, rtariini ai a}**
I'lai I  on   the Norih We-l  cm-n-f l>'l'��"
running twenty ohalni
.iimi" |
twenty ohalni Went, thenee lortvH
thenee twenty chalna Kart, Ihem, Ivn-niy rtalP j
Bouth io polntof oommenoement. snd ewii*
I'lirMiHi-ivamorcor leai.
Fl/tKKN- K BlMIU,       ,
W   .1   !������*    l|*w  j
Daietf tho lal day of Ootober, IMP.
Hlity dan after date 1 nur) mi** '".fWJui
cation lothe Hon. Chief Commln.ii'"  "', ,7 I
gad Worki rot  pennlulnn to joifl.i- Jhi-W- J
lowing deirrlhod land:   CoromeinniB       1'
Paced at the aoothwoat oorner of li -     ������'l;
plleatlon to pnrehaio, marked  *i  ' ��� ; ���"������"ij
uer,'  riiniilnK thenc- wichaliiN ie' .
('iniiii Welti tbenee HU ohalm  lo.llli   ti ���
ehalna eail in point, >t raonimencoiiieat.��lDtt    '
inir 3_t)aereH mote or lens.
Haled the loth day of Ot.
.  perK-**1'"1
Nolle.- |n hen by K|veti thai no day ,-'l,,"!"I'_.l
intend t. apply t,. the Homirahb* Hie ���� I
loiiiuiiflf-ioiierof I-aiidi and Work- fni l''mY.
Hon to PUrohaM the following dear rlbed l����
in the Weal Kootenaydjatrlol! Brgiunini*i ���
poit marked "Bleanor Nincir*-* h h  ",r" ;,i
and plant--I on (he weft ihOM of llir ll,lir,,Hh,
WhaiahHii (Cariboo) lake, tihoui i.tiean.l o'��' ���"
lilies-outh of Armw lake Hull: tlirlie. "-rl
ehain*-; ibeneoeait m ohalni more m h'*"l"\Z '
ibore of tho Narrowi I tbouco followi"/J'10,*:
hhore in
lion ,.)<
ment, eon ta
i, dm
I soulherlv and wc*
ire or ItwatOpOlnl ol wm "*"
''lu.eoiiiainint; 100 aorea more or lew.
Datod Oot/fttb.loqB. nxawm inm*
V.  L,  IlAMSiOM'. AU' I'1
l)yRiveiiihiilHUIvdii>   "'".'���"K
" '"'lo apply tptho Hon Chief d
er of Utidiajgtf Wo ���
of Umianml  Worka forpormlimioii i" P",
aae the bdiuu lug deaorlbed lamia In ihe *<*���
?��ffi._te_?_p__ "rfc-nuiii.k a* ��.i'::;:;"'![,(t.
W. BeoonibO'lS. R  corner " ami pi.
Ill   Bhore  of   Whi.tahHli (Carllamj lak'
rvn milea nonh of the nmrowi of ��'���
wej   iheiu-e   norlh   Wi ehalna;  then'1
balna, moreor leaN, to the lAkoab-
;'.:���������" r,:-oi   icnn,   io   tut-   ome -.ie .   ���  ���       ,,
fOllOWlUB  the mid  ahore 111 ageiicnil ^'ll1 r,
Hlid eiiMeily direelion I30nbailll, mor. --I IW,"
Ihe  jn,Iiit   of eoinineiieeiiieiil;   conb
aerea, more or leaa
Duled thhi Nihility of Oel , 1000.
F. Li llAMMONIt, A
1 ��� ���
' 1 ���
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'' IB
1 ���
.- a ^a>.
1 Why We Fit
dl   MAN buys a hat or a pair of
t***/ A    shoes and they fit him becuuso
they aro made in sizes.
It has been impossible to make
suits in sizes because the ordinary
standards of measurements ��� tho
breast and waist���are constantly
With the fixed.unchangeable standards
of height as a basis, wo tailor Semi-ready
to physiques just as hats are made in sizes.
Tried  on, fitted, then delivered  two
hours after.
Semi-ready Wardrobe, J. A. Gilker, Nelson, B. C.
(���by given fhatumy day-- alter
[ io npply to the Honorable Hu
ll ie. <d Undi and Worka, for
t |iurchaee the following deaeribed
a ��� ��� -������ Knolenay dlatrleti   Beginning
| "JameaH Preterm N.K. eoruer,
u the eail  ihore "f Whataban
aboul    hHlf   mile  north or
t    Ihenee aouth -.Or-i-tin*. more or
ll   iNitludaty  of W. Heeouilx-'Biip.
im , ii.. une wo-i hIoiik the aald
Mire or leaa, In the t-hor.- of
'.   Hone., following  Ue Mid shore In h
-     ami   inhlerly   direction    m
io point of oommeneement,
��� i, more or leee.
I '��� -f-limO. KiuhIK,
r. I.. Hamm->-*.*. Agent
���w ii thnt i-tdav-tifter dnle L
ft I (ilipatlon 10 the Honorable the
ui Lund*, timl Works for per-
i��c  the foibtnhig deaeribed
Iiik ai * p..-. placed adjoiniiiK
->-t corner poll ol U-.ui w��tpon_Ap-
'     ���    riiunfng ��" chuh,. io,rlh;
t;  thenco ao chnins south;
aat, to p���tnt of eoinim nee
HU to res inure or jer-f.
. 1906.
RtrfCl Winter,
.. ill. KKK1WT, W. l.t.KIXsON
Oppose Use of English Khaki.
Waahifljtfon* i>. C, Oct. 2:!.���The
Quaitartoagter'i department of the
army is dlgposed to take IttBiie with
Major General Leonard Wood, commanding iht* Philippine -JivlKlon, aa to
tha economy of tho Engllgb khaki,
made up In the Philippines for soldiers'
uniforms instead of the regular army
clothing manufactured in this country
of American khaki. The officers of
that department insist ihat tho American khaki Ih superior io thc BngUlh
article. These officers also say that
to Insure a regular supply of uniforms
it would he neceasary to establish a
Clothing factory in Manila, which
Would involve a large expenditure of
money. They do not believe there
would be a saving fn cost If the uniforms were made in the Philippines.
1;Iven that on day* alter date t
implication to the Hunorable the
r of Undo and Worki for iht-
V the loll..��   ;,   deeorfbed
���ut at a pout pine,..! hIk.,,1 ������,.
nn oreel utd aboul three
'li ������'��� w hatiban Mike, running Unchain*
��lni weat: theme Wl ehaim
��� ��� 1 bains ctoil, to point of com-
.11 me LIU acrei* more or lew.
��� 1 , isoS.
PUn M< Nai liiiTOK.
<;   hi* agnnt, Ksnssi \\. BOkDiBQN
��� b> *_:ven  lhat sixty daya after
anply tothe Hon. Ihet.'hlef
of Undaand Works tor permU- !
ihe following deaerlbod laud .
'otenay dlitrlet:   Beginning at a
1    v.. Ked 1 n.i-:. oorner,"ind
n ol Whataban (Cariboo) lake,
eorner Of mid lake; Ihenee fn
nee w ehalni iouth; thenoe *o
-in v I'l chnin** nouth*. theliee ea*.'
ur Wan to the ibore of the -.aid
1]" northerly ab.ni; the Mild lake nhorc
���Tlc��. lo  thi   pollll oftouimeii-
:     '''iniulng 1st aeres, moreor lean.
IWB. K. K. Kill.,
V, h Hammmnd. Agent,
��� by jilv-.li lhat fo ditrn afler dale
��[��plj  to ihe  llonorablo tho Chiel
��� '-er ot Und- and Worlt-for jierml*'
I* -''������i-i- the fnllowlhgdoacribetllanda;
<   H IMwl   idiiutcd ou the uorlhea-l
-< N-iiiKliton's   nj-j-i 1 at imi   to
'Miui��| Kt chalna weal uIoiib the
' ry ol Mine;   Ihenee Hi chai tin
*' 'tiainx taaat; thence mi chalna
��   Mi. tbe weil l-oiindarj* of John Kill.itl'a
. i"u io pnrebaie, to point ofoonuneaoe-
'���'iniiiiiig wo aorea, more or leaa.
1 '"���'������ THOMU Smith,
'    hi* iri nl. BSSBIT W. ROBimOS.
���������������'������ * I fiiriN.^ making appltra-
:   H"M ' hief rummlN.loner ol Umm
'"' ''" I" ; '"I l topurehane lhe follow
' l.1'"'1 'and:   Commonelbg hi h poit
���   iiorthwesl eoruer of Q Dodd'iap*
1,1 pun-hue, murked "ft \V, H'sfl, \\.
inning  theliee SO chalnn norlh;
���:;i" faat; thenee mo ebalna loath;
Mhaiim weit to point of cunimciico-
''iiiaintuij otoaorei, moreor leaa.
1    '������ loth dayol Ootober 1906.
It tv. Hanmnuton,
int k. sitiEtx, Agent.
���'} t: I ven t hat nlxtvdayn afler dnle
io tho Hon. Chief Coromiwlooer
ttitrki forperitilnshin io purcliBM-
''���'rlbed la*id- in the Went
'      Beginning al a pout marked
~ w. oorner." ami planted about
���������"*��� of the abort of wiiatKiiMii
*** nud iiIm.iii t mile- north ol the
' 'hi* mild |Hke, and at the S. K. corner
"arreni apnlicalloti to purchtiM*;
1 halm; Ihenco north ifehalna
-" nialm lo lhe northeait corner ol
1 " ��� "I'plleationtopurcliaaoi ihence
-���* lo point of eoioiiif nceiilelM  coii-
rea, more or lew.
"   '���**'��� J. H HlJIINEo,
v   i". i- ltA��MO-ip. Agent.
' bj ki.eii tbatVda/l afler .litle 1
'"I'l!1 J '" ilie Honorable l fie Chief loin
'ii'liaud Worluiar pcrmit-dmi to
loiiowing destriiH-d landi In Lhe
1    'H irlet:   HckhmiIuk hi �� poni
v  lor HnuoPlS. W. comer," and
Hn.' eait ibore of the uarrowaoi
I Hrl  )  lake, ill lbe*-  K,corner of
uimcbi  nppiienilou   lo  purohaae;
"   '" chaini] ihenee aodlhwuhalnii
1 ���' 'onus, more or less, to llu> tdioie
"������-:   Ihenee follnwlne life aald nhorc
1     r'.v direetinn   ho ehaiiiK, more or Ickh
l/'^'^of'-oiiiiii.necinont. oontsining ND
''���*'���**'������ AisrAxasa pgais*,
- "y "��� L' Hammiiho, Agent.
I' ',lHlK?/tarSl?toIjPu'P0W!S��king appli*
|, m non thief Ootnmlaalonar 0! Landi
"  y; pcrmlHton io jmrehahe the fol
";1'   lund;  Commenolng atanoii
I"" yiinla went of lli-MVImlt-hali
of Whal
er  poat,"
.  ,    ihenee   w>
���J* > im Mieiie,. siHIniitiH Dorfbl Ihenee Nl
E ,.-.-..' I,|;'HI of coiiinieiieeiiieiil; coiilaln-
Ei ,,    ,' M,"r,'or ima
''isui day nf October, 1000.
II   G, HKINN'lt,
I'er it. H��iku., Agenl
���������' "Hi'i dale I purpn-Hu maklUK appli*
"on. I hief Commix-doticr of Landl
,;,"; I'-'niili.rinii lo purchaio- lhe fol-
���c-i1  iimi:  r-ommonolng tttajHWi
II nnriht'tutrariiarofB.G S|(ll r.,
'll. D'i f. W
["������rked "B.C.B_�� K
ohaini  nouth;
f., ���    ""'"'���''folhnvluj( Iho ea-t boniiil-
ii-oi* 11 *,,?,t'��s n 'iilli; tlifiietj ruiiiilliK SO
1, iu -io-,. ni chain** north; thenee HO
ea moron \ ,'"","1'J'"'*""l-dii, contain**
M ""'"'""I'tyofOetohor, llWil.
11. roon,
i'er ll, KiiiKU, Agenl.
���Slaty dayn alter date I |iur|��,.enirikinK ���ppliea-
lion to the Hon, Thief 1'oiniFiiat.ioner of land*
and worka lor laTiulHsion to purchase the following doaeilbid landi   Omnmenoing at a t��i8t
placed ttt Ihe miu th weal corner of It. W. Banning-
ton's application to ptirehane, marked "I. MS
H'ad K comer pout.'' running thence so chalnn
wen; ihence m cliaiim nouth; tbence Ht) chains
ea��t; theuce WI  cbaiun north to point of rom-
moneemont, eonntlnlng OM una, more or leaa.
Dated the Kith day id OcUiIht, l*'-.
L. M. H. Hakninoton,
wr tt. Shiki.1., Agent.
wisy days after date! purpoee making appll-
i-alion bo the Hon. Chlel ('oinuil^loner of Landl
and Works for iH.Tini.iafon to purohaae the following deaerlbod land: Commenolng at a post
spUoed on tha eaat bouaxlan of lot K0.MH rand
abont two ehalna east "i nnatabu creek, marked "M. S'a. S.   _V, corner," runniiiK thence -IU
chalna eaat; tbenoe _3 chain*, nortb; theuee 40
ehaliih went; thuice Ulehainti aonth, |o point of
coniniciiceiiienl, eouliiJuinif 100 aeres more or
Hated the lotb day of October, IfMt.
M. StajRIXi
Fer tt.HlllEt.l., Agent.
Notice is herehv given that 00 dan afterdate I
intend to make application IO lhe Honorable tlo-
t'hlef ('omml*-aIoiHT of Undi und Worko for per-
mlcsttui to purchase the followiiiK deMriued
landi: Commencing at a post on tho uorih
boundary of Un Nil him] about ���_' ehalni eaat of
WIihIhIiiiu cnt'k. niiiniu-,' In chaitiK e,int; theliee
40ebalna northi (heme lochum-? west: thenee tu
ibatfu v"uth,to -mint of oommenoement, con
_:iiiiiiii_ Iihi acreii more or 1081
Dated October l:t, l'.KW.
I.pon Wathon,
Hy hit. npent, Hrnrkt \V. Kuiiinbon.
Notice is hereby given Hint 00days afterdate I
Intend to apply to the Hon. Oh lei Commissioner
of Land" ami Work- for permlttaloii  to  piirchafe
the following described lundtt iltuated in the
West Kootenai Dlstricti Beginning at a poat
marked, "Antoinette Hireh'e N. K. eorner," ami
jdanied  on   the Ihore of   UhaD-hau I* ji ri I >
Ink.  .,1  lhe Kouthcat- corner of the said  lake;
lbence sonth-40 ohalns; theuee weft 40 cbaina,
moreor leva, to the Ibore of WhatHhaii ereek:
lhetice following the chore line of Mild creek and
lake In a general northerly ami easterly direction ho elm tun, moro or Ichk. to point of com-
nieiiCeiticiii; containing   |i.-i acres, more or lean
Oct. 1Kb, VkO,
ASTOISKTTK lltltni'lt,
Ity P, L. IIammonip, Agent
.Notice In hereby given that '���" day-, after tlate I
inteud toapply lothe Hon- Hilcf-'ominfsr-tloner
of i.amlt- mil Uorka for pirtniNiilon lo p'Tchaae
the  following deocrllx'd  lAlidn Kituatcd  in   the
n'esl Koouuay district:   lieulniiiug at a po't
murked "Herbert Warren- N.i., eo tier," and
planted on the w ItibOrtOf Whatshiiti (Cariboo)
fake, about om*-quarter mile north oi Uie aonth*
erii end of the lake; Ihelice WeilflflOhSlnil Ihenee
aniitli ni chain-; thence .-n-t - > ehain--. more or
[tfi, in ��balshan creek; theliee following
north along the creek and lake ibOM 80 chaltiN,
moreor leaa, to point of eomiiielieeiiicltl, coli-
lalnliiR OM aoreSi more or k'����
Hated tbliOtli aar of October, ino,
K. L. llAMMQNb, Agent,
Notice ll herehv given that 00 Attn after date I
d loapply tothe lion, t.'hlei CnnimlKHioncr
of Uud--wi-i ft'orki for pcnni*.Nioii to noi-Uaie
the following ddiOrlbcd landn ailualed in llo
Wesl Kootdiav district! Hcglinillij. at �� |.o-i
market) "O. t) _faoMl0klng*a N. VV. corner." nnd
platitetl mi ihe west shoreof Whatshan (t'ariboo)
lake about three mil e norih of ihe tinner War-
rtnvKof tlit* Mibl lake and oneoNite the Island in
tbe  -.ild   hike;  Ihence lOUth 8Q chalna; thence
,.���nt in ehalns, moreor len, to the lakeihorel
tlience lollowlng  lhe said Ibore In a northerly
andweetorly elrectlon IS�� chaloi, moreor lew,
in poini of commencement, con tatning s^fO aores-
6nl  U LWfl. O. U. MacMickinu,
Hy K. h IliNNtiMi, Agent.
Nntice it herehy given that ftitlayn aller dale 1
intend to make application lothe Honorable the
rhle* roMiiulsKfom-r of l-mid- and WoikK for ia-r-
rnialon to purchaao the following deaorlbed
i.ls* fniiiinciicliiL- al ii po-t phnih-l on the
,'ilhem.teo ner id I'cler Mt-Nniiglilou'a aiiplli-a-
io.ii lo norcliai", lollowlng thc east boundary of
James, chains sontbi tfiencs 80 ohalni oasti
thonoo8!) chains north; ihenee ho ehaiiiK west to
point i.f com meneement, containing 040 aorea,
"SoledoSlI, l����0. Amijjht Ki.i.ioit,
My hit agenl KliMwrW. ItoiUNHON.
Notice it herebv given   lhal   Hlxty daya after
.mt" 1 Intend   o apply to the Hoaorabio Oblei
*    ,n IsV lon.r ol Lands ami  Worka lor permls
,H  the following described landli
coi in ciM-iiig al a pout placed <ui ihenorthw hi
.-or t of A lbe: I Klliotl's h|.ji1IciiIIoii tOpUmlllie,
r   i    Inr   W  Bbalm    eflHl  alnng  the   northern
i brv of same; ihence su ohalna north]
f^.V,,,-. MtM-h-iiii*. weal; th-iieeH-.chaliifla.nilh, to
point td commencement, eimlaiiiiiig Oin aeroa,
naf_wlO0l   II. 1000. .hlMN Kl.l.lUTT,
V        liy hi* agent, Bass* W. Koaisaoif.
The Dafly Canadian
Musical Travesty.
With the advent ur Zlnn's Musical
Travesty company at Sherman's opera
honae Btonday, October un, for an engagement of six nights, the amusement
lovfng public will be greeted by one
ol those mirth-provoking aggregations
"i"1 had their birth In that great
playhouse ol Weber & Fields.
from this sohool of burlesque, irav-
esty and fetching musical comedy
have graduated such stun _f International fame as Lillian ltusseil. Pay
Templeton, Marie Dressier, Louise Ai-
len, Uave Wasrfleld, DeWoif Hopper,
WHJle Collier and Chas.  Iligelow.
The lame gen iui expressed in the
uime unique channeli as did these
groat artists is io be found among the
leading members of Zlnn's Travesty
company, beaded by the singing and
dancing comedienne, Miss Frances
Grey, who wiiii bar fascinating Pony
ballet of iu beautiful gfrla, who are
yel in their ieens, und each of them
picked, not alone for ber rosy cheeks
and flashing eyes, but ror the native
geniUi that alone can make lhe symposium of grace and beauty successful
in demonstrating the poetry of motion.
The comedians of the company, Gus
Mortimer and J, \\\ Clifford, are in
themselves genuine Dtirtb-provbkers
nml do not depend upon stilled lines
of horseplay lo keep the audiences in a
con tin nous  spasm   of laughter.
Among the remainder of the principals will be found such well known artists as Frances Grey, Sadie Ainsley,
Cad Franks, Mildred Cddy, Andy Bttdd
and Jessie llrown, the famous toe
The company will appear bore at
Sherman's opera house on Monday,
October 2!-t. and will open with "Teesy-
Sentenced by Drumhead.
Warsaw, Oct. 23.���Fourteen members
of the Socialists' fighting organization
who wen* arrested October 20, hnve
been commuted to death by drumhead
court, martial, it Is expected this action of the court will result In a general strike tomorrow. The military authorities continue their domiciliary
visits In the residential districts. They
recently searched tho house of Count
Kraslnski. the most prominent of tbe
Polish Nationalists,
Has    Conquered   the Prejudice Which
Custom Generates.
The man who wears a comfort last
C width shoe does not of necessity
wear a Physique Type 0 suit of Semi-
ready tailoring, but ihe man who lias
studied tbe reason why be will loday
pay more for a store shoe thnn be
would pay for a shoe made on the cobbler's bench, will understand why
Semi-ready tailoring must of necessity
win all the better class of tailoring
trade. No tailor can possibly excel
the work on a Semi-ready suit or overcoat, even though it be bul a $In
serge or tweed, for good tailoring
helps the new physique type system of
the Semi-ready. The physique ty|ies
A, H. C, D, K. F and G, mean more
ihan mere shoe widths, just as do the
five variations of each type and the
many sizes of each  variation,
J. A. Gilker. the pioneer merehanl
Ol Xelson, has secured the agency for
the Incomparable Semi-ready tailoring.
Kotiee Ih bereby given that 00 days after date
i Intend to apply to the Hon Chlof Conunlsaloner
of Landsand Wnrks inr permission to purohaae
the following deaorlbed landa in Veal Kootenay
Dlatrlet: B ginning at a posl marked,"Bern-
hard Ulrseh- 8. X. eorner,' and planted on the
east abnre ot lho narrows o( Whatshan (Cariboo)
lake: tbenoe n nh su obalns] tbence west w
chaini more or leas, to the niutrc of Whatshan
lake, thenoe lollowlng said ihore in a Kt>o<*mi
southerly and easterly dlreetlon Wo chalna mora
or tew-, to point of oommeneement: oontainlng
82Q a<-res. more ur lent*.
Dated lliini-Hi da^ol Oct. 19QS.
Bsasuaan iiiK.--.tii,
F. h. Hawmomi, Agent
Notice i�� hereby giTen tbal Bo dan after data I
in lend to apnlv to tlie lion. Chief Connnlssioner
oi I...*-,.!*- uth worka for pertolaslon to pnrehaae
lho follfmitiK tlLtn-rllid laml!* -iin-iini in the
West Kootenay district: Be Inning at a poal
marked ''William  Kelt's N. w. comer," anil
lilantetl about one mile south of the north end
of \\ 'hatahan cunt j lako. about twenty chaini
weal of the west shore ol said lake and on the
-miih  bnuiitlary  of  K   K    Kell'l application to
purchase; thonce aouth 00 chalnn; InanceoastSQ
i Iniiii--, more or i�� --. to the -tub] Uke shnre;
thenoe northerly aloiiK lhe khI>1 -Iht-- HdehaliiP,
more er less, to (he sabl souih   boumlarv  ot
k it. Kail's application toDurobaaei thenoe west
ao chains, more or leas to the point of commencement, oontainlng 100 aores, moreor leaa.
Dana Oct. li, BOO. William Kkil,
By K. L II ah mono. Agent.
Notice i* hen by glren thatsodars after date I
intend to apply to the HonornM" lie* Chief Com-
mlaaloneroixandsand works, ai Victoria, it.c.
for pernifaittnii to purchaie the following tit -
MTihnl lamlii.   Hltuatetl  iu  Ihe Weal Kooli'liay
tliKiriei, south ol Forty Nine creek, rommenolng
ai a post marked "I*: fl Chtwuette's tt. W. corner," thenoo -><> chulnit east, ihcnce 40 cIikIiih
south, fhence40 ohalns went, thenee in chalnn
��� ��� ��� ��� ��� I��� to theromincueeiiietil pout, coUtslnlni IU>
acres, more or loss.
Nelson- nr , Oct. mui. iiN),
��� l. il. CmxjtnRTS,
W. A. .IonKm, Agent,
Nollee Is hereby given lliat, tuirlv'lavs afler
date, I lulcntl to apply to lhe Honorable (he
chief Commissioner of i.t-n-K ami Works for a
IpOfw license lo cut ami carry away limber from
thu  followlug   tlexcribetl   Uti-I*., ttltuale  in   the
Wesi Kootenay 'iidtnct:
Commenolng at a )>oHt markeii Kreit A IIcIiikoi.'h
northwest corner post, planted about one-mile
east of I'pner Arrow bike ami joining l-ot'll'8;
thenoe east .���*.*��� chalux, thenoe ttoulh SO cbaltiN,
thenoe west80chains, thence north 80ohalni to
I'olnl of eoinmeuecmeiit
Pated thin .111 ilu* tif October, 11HHI
Fain. Atkinson,
���__ _______^ ('��A*-  BBU
Take notice that .'.dnys alter dale wc Intend
making application lo the Honorable Ilu* chief
Commissioner Oi Lands antl WorkH for a special
lleclisfl tti cut ini'l carry away limber from the
followiiiK desoribod IiiihIh; ConiiuciiciiiK at a
iiokI   near llie southeast corner of  lhe  K..VH
kal'way, lot vt\   near  i.ittie Cflaoior oroek.
niinihu:   Iticiu-fc-north   leu ehatns;   Ihcnce easl
4!)chaiu��;  lhetice Hiuilh LOOOlialni) thciiet* west
ll"���l.iui.- lo  point  of eoiniueiieeineni
Dated, Bepteiilbor imIi, l'-i��i
WATTfllttltU   I.PMtlSU C  M   ANV,
 ��� 1IANIKI. TllOMKV, Ai{t III.
Notice is hereby ��lven that .11) days alter dale t
inieml to appl) l�� tio- Hon. .the chief Cominla
sioner of bands ami Work*** for a Mfa*c al licence
lo cut hii.I car: v it - uy thul.ir (rom Ihe tollowiug
tlcKCribixl Inn.Is. -dtualc in West KontcUHv district: Commenolng at�� p^st on Poblnspn creek,
three-quarters of a mile northwest of (.archer's
tire-ompUon, tbeiwewnsl "-ichalns, thence nonh
Ochiilu**, thelicn east MIcballiH, thence SOUth Ski
ehaim lop Int of coin meneement,
Located July 3_tbt I'.UC.
tiKii. IlKNnsaaoN, Looator.
Potter & Cummings
Thirty stcond Annual Ccsnvcnllon
Amerian Bankers'
St. Louis, Ho., Oct. 16-19. 1906
Round trip rat.- toKt. Louis
and   Chicago   on   Hale  October
lgifa to mh.
st. Louis ftQl
Chicago m,
'lonikt tram-dl limit ten days
from date of Hale. Final return
limit Novcml.rr :!"Mi, IKUH.
Round Trip Rates to Southern
In effect October 2,.th, Itwa. on
Kale daily, limited to ���') tnoiilb-.
from date of sale.
oa Angeles and Banta Barbara. $t$*tQ
Pasttileiia g0jo
Santa Monica. go.30
Riverside and Han Bernardino...  sv.io
Bedlanda $9jo
��or Further rniormatlon Apply to
city Passenger Agents
a a.p.A.,_Min_.
EAST from Medicine Hat
ST. PAUL, Daily.
TORONTO. Wed., I'M., Sun.
MONTUKAL, Tuu., Thill-.,  Mon.
BOSTON,  Saturday.
West from Revelstoke
Dally Standard Sleep.
For liprtlia,  rates or delalls'st  Infor-
niaflon apply tu local ogentfl or write
A.(i.r.*..V��ii,-���siver. D.P.A., NelMtt
Certificate of Improvements
"K'-ispsss- No.:��." "X's-vcy." .-Happy Hedlmn,"
"lisu-rissllisis,,!-' hsisI "A tn KrsH.-lt��.,,t,J������ nslti-
��� -,., I ,]���,,,,-. -, S .,,, 1.--1 ll, (In- -].., ���,, Cjly MllllliK
Iss, i-i..si ssl Ws-ssl K i-ii,i, ,li>lri.-l.
Wlii-rs- ls.,-��U-,l: Nisrili ,sf 1 svi-lvo Mil,, ,srct-k,
ssl...s.I Isvss mil.- ii|,
risks- iisitl,,. i I. II. K. JorBissI, ���I Sln.ii>,. n.
0., Kr,-s- sMiiu-r'K ,,rlllfi'nl�� N���. IITssslsIt), R��ttK('��t
fssr I,. A. tlssL-, tne Miner's, tsisrlltli'sl,' No. Bttlstl.
Intend, sixty slsivs, frsuss tlsss date hereof, t���am> j-
tothe Hlntnn K,-,-,,s ,1,-r for ii Ci-rlSllcile oriisi-
|sr���v,'tni'lst��. fssrlls,'piiri>s,si'oIol,tRli,i���h'K,:rissvn
i.rniil ot .Ml,I iiiiii. rssl ,'lttliilR.
An,! Ilsrllser (Hits, ti.itl.se lltsit itctioti, uirer
Hes'tlon :17. msifl bo essiniiis'sscest before (lie lsss.ll-
Hlls-e of Kiii-li riTlilis'slle of IlliproselneijtB.
Js-teil llss- i-.it 1, tiny "f Se|,temlser, Isss.s.
H. K. .Is,,-.,Ni..
Municipality of the City of Nelson
Any inaYorfeiiiHle, being S Hrllinh SUbJOOl ot
llie hi la��i- nf _i years, Who ban puid nil U.e
r-ilenniul laxen (nr tin* eurrent year, ami \ma
e-'titliiu-Mii-u reNi<li<i( wltltln the niuiiielptility
Blneu Uie fii-Hl dav t>f Jiuiuary, l<k*\, hikI who ii a
liotu-elM-.Iil-.-r c��r llceune bnbler within the iniinl-
eipatiiy, may register BS a Voter (ur the year inc.,
infae necessary <ti*eiunitii.ii i* deiHmm��. at ihu
offlee on or before Oct HI next. (Vrioiiti nullifying hn lleenjte luildern, who are not properly
owners, mtisl ulleutl lo n^iKtratioii uf Ihetr
names on iin- Hhi. ivrnuiu" who have loeume
property owner* witblu the inuiilelpallty slin.
ltce. Mat, 1VW, are reiiuesleil to Inform lbe un-
derslgnod al once.
\V. K. WAHHON, C M  C.
City Clerk's office, Nelson, B. Ci Ocl. 18, IW��.
Silver King Hotel
Bast Dollar a day honae In the Kootenays.
fioams sre well farolsbed.  Tsblc ss good ss ssiy
lu Nolson.    Bar supplied with food
lluuons and clears.
W. K. MoOAND_I8H, Proprietor.
Tremont House
European and American Hen
Meals 'A eta.   Kooms Ir .m 25 eta. to 11
Only White Help Employed.
Baker Bt. N��iann 1'roprletore
Bartlett   Hotise
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar ls the Finest-
White Help Only Employed.
Nplion. B. 0,
Josephloe Ht.
The Big Schooner n-__ |A_
Or --H_I-��_H_("   DCCl    lUC*
The only Glass of Good Beer in Nelson.
Hotd HCcomm.tdslloni. set-ond Ui none in British Colombia, KtitesSUIOperslay. Hp.-1-lsl rales
l��� siis.ssilsls boarders.. Only borne bolel in Nelson
Lake View Hotel
Corner Hall ami Vernon,
two bloeks from wharf.
Hates f I .uo per day and up,
Telephone l is. N-zLSOrtt B* C*
Grand Central Hotel
J. A. ERIOKSON, Proprietor.
Centrally Loeatesl. open Pay and Night.
Sample and Bath Kooms .roe.
Opposite Court House aod Post Office.
Comer Ward ind Vcraon Streets.
The Strathcona
Nelson, B.O.
B. Ton-kins, Manager.
The Leading Hotel in the
Qood   Sample   Rooms.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Btreet. Nelaon. B. C.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
tarso and t-omfortable Bedrooms and First*
rla*_ i"iiIuk Boom.   Uample Boomi Ior Commer*
ClHI   W    II.
MRS.  K.  C.  tri.AltKK,  I'mprletress
The welt known
Our BeerGnrdcn is
tbo Finest in the
J. CROW,   -   -  Proprietor
Royal Hotel
Rates (1 and $1.60 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders.
\.'lli,lt"M.|-- _Ild   Kt-ltill Pi'KltT*. It)
Fresh and Salted Meats
( .unjw KiippJu*. on shnrtcst tint Ui* aud
lnwi nt prii'i*. Nothing but fresh nnd
winih-soint) moats and Hupplns kept in (.took
Mnil tinier* receive careful attention.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager.
Contruotor and
H<)1. ARcnl for (lie 1'orl.i Itli-o I.uiulmrro., Ltd.,
l-tall ynnis. (tough nml ih.-'M/.J luiiitiur, luriu-tl
work ana briM'ltct", r.miii Int h nod hIiIiikIcx, thhIi
fiii.i ii.ii>!*.. Cementt brfi-k uud llmo lor Milt*.
Yunl hiui notoryi Vernon hi., eaat of Halt,
IN13USON,  13. C
1*. <). Hoi ___, 'IVk-plioiH' 17K
West Transfer Co.
Gemu-al Teoiiistoi-s ami Itoalcrs in
Ooal and Wood.   Express and
BiiKKiiKis Transfer
-WlStf Office: Baker St.
Residence for Sale.
Price $1,000
Terms fir>0 ciish
liahincis monthly payments
House and Two Lots for Sale in
Hume Addition. The house has
five rooms and a large basement
and is well situated.
H. <& M. BIRD.
ii.8u._anci_-   Real Estate and Mining
Manager for the Kootenay Valleys Company, Ltd.
Nelson, B. C.
Oldest established Real Estate
Business in Kootenay.
Choice Fruit
I Have 10,000 Acre*
of the
C-oicetrt Fro* ______ in
Brfttah Cobmbt*.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get thc ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,    -    Nelson, B. C.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company, Limited.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
New Fafl
Goods Arriving
Importer of r-.i-._-.
-L_iiitlif-.il   OotMla
Jno. T. Pierre
Baker St.
Nelaon, B. C.
ANHEUSER     ���AND THE original
BUSCH...       Bttdweiser Beer
Order quantity before cold weather sels in.
NELSON      8otoAd_.nut_,l,,?_.rtt,-h    VICTORIA
P. Burns & Co,
BmiK.li lferket�� in  Rossland,  Trail,   M>Oaon, Kaslo,   Sandon, Throe Forks, New
Denver and Slocnn City.
Orders hf mail to hut brmncb will litre
our prompt mui .-ireful hLU-.u1-.hi.
Head Office: Nelson, B. C.
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frait, Fuel
St Povltf y Co., Ltd.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or snll anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
lino of Japanese (ioods now -on gale. All
klnda of Dlnnorware In stock. Prt-
Imported and Domestic Cigars, Tobaccos.
Ih Ym Know Thnima.'j SjxcUl Nlxtart?
Doliverle- made daily throughont Nolson
and its suburbs. I'honn IW.
W* cA* THURMtiN,
BAKKK BT. 1 it-
The Daily Canadian
We have tin' heal unit guarantee it to give satisfaction. The styles
we curry  are  the  newest  on  the market.    How are these for prices:
Vegetable  Dishes  $9.00
Pudding   Dishes    $6.00,   $7.50.   $10.00
Bread  Trays   . . .$4,  $5.50,  $6.75
Butter  Dishes   ....$1.65, $2, $3.75, $4
Book Ahead Fori
Preserving Pears:
The ri^lit kind ure seam1.   We ���
4  have a nice lot of  local Hurtli-ttK ^
and Flemish BrautioH to arrive
Lowest market prices -guaranteed,
Bell Tradi
Coal and
Telephone 265
Do you remember that
The apple you took from j
the tree when you   were a!
, child.
How nice it tasted then.
has some just like them.
Come aud sample some.
'    JOY will meet you
at the door.
f Joy's Cash Grocery j
Oors-JosephtDSSad Mill Bu.      Phone in
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils ior
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Bout Builders will iimi it t�� their advantage to uss' isur Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
Thorpe's Lithia
Thorpe & Co'y,
I lb. box   -   50c
1-2 ib, box-   30c
Tlieiogoodi im- u fins si the notooxp6D.dT_
kinds- ihu only difference i.s tin* package,
Phone 2sV Bnkor St.
Next P. Burns & Co.
iiAni _i-i i.
.las. Spurrell, J. Spurrell,   P.   Tom-
ns,   li.   Wliitely,   Ymir;   P.   Williams,
Cor. Vernon untl Word Streets-,
JF HED HUME, Proprietor.
P. W. storey, Vancouver; Miss J.
Tipping, Revelstoke; W. li. Brandon,
Silverton; H. H. Neater, Trail; It. G.
Lewi, Toronto; I'. II. Walsh, Kaslo;
C. E. Mellish, Vancouver; II. P. Mc-
Phie, Toronto; It. li. Reynolds, Trail.
K. F, Waggoner, Spokane; W. K.
Cooke. Kaslo; .Miss El, Reid, Toronto;
T. Clouston, Winnipeg; H. A. lluin-
bridge. Vancouver.
kins,   li.   \V
lt. J. Qreen, Elko; W. Edwards, G.
Nese, Winnipeg; W. Peakes, Van*
L, Mariano, J, M. Oreenaugh, A.
Clreenaugh, Kaslo.
J. Haywood, Racine; Mike S. Schist,
Boundary Fulls;  A. Sellwooil, Harley;
W,    li.   Morton,   Trail;    Q.   Hanson,
Grand Forks,
II. ECerney, Ymir; Jas. Martin, Kingston;   It.  Hall,  Winnipeg;   P. J.  Fleming. Brandon;   .1. Anderson, Fort  William;   I-.  McHugh, Fertile.
_ ll. Noble, A. Hall, T. Smith, Dan
Fraser, .1. Mells, James ltordman, .1.
Flnlay. Dod Mclntyre, H. Ashw.ll, w.
McDonald, lt. McDonald, David Ourrie,
A. Beveridge, John Adams, James Gibson, Cap Brae, Wlnlaw; J. W. I.eary,
Ymir; F. Davis. John Hunt, Fernie;
G. S. Shea, Salmo; li. w. Crawford,
L. W. McQuairie, Lardo; Alex McGregor; F. II. McKenzIe, Leavcnv's;
W. A. Hollis, Waskado.
J. A. McLean, Qerrard; A. E. Cam-
iron, Ymir; J. Wilson, D. McAllister,
W. lilathier. Creston.
J. Sayres. New Denver;  A. It. Keel'
er. Lardo; J. P. Bowman, Colville.
A. M. Ling. J. Lenty. Kaslo; G. Car-
sana, F. Rlgyen, Q, Burgimer, V.
Dynes, Qreenwood; J. Walters, it. Mc-
Klnnon, J. Ferguson, Phoenix; C.
Kiilin. Snnca: J. J. Irwin, Moyie; H.
C. Ross, Spokane; W. Gibson, Itossland; W. .1. Ilaverstock, Erie; J.
Blanch, P. itnss, Slocan; J, Diote, Central mine.
best.     Try a pound with
your next order.
Money  refunded if  not  satisfactory.
Telephone 161,
The Latest Modern Appliances
now in use at this
oooys CALLBD pou
And   DUI.IVliW-JU I'l.IIH
Baker Street.     -     NELSON.
sti MHX. nl .sure, (sir ssssrk In tiio wsssssl... A),ply
l��� W. K Is.i'ks.-sissiislll, Kaalo.
LADY -TKKUIiHAI-IIF.K [,��� ps.��lll,,n Is, .miulnr.
lissost liense vsills sln|ilsiyer'H family. Apply
r,.,_ V.'.. S'HISHillHn ,,-ls'c.
HI s-HMKN, Mill llsslistM,sisll/,KK|ii(,c���iitrH,>t���rs,
isIhsi KtiKtns'sT    Watttbntl LsiiiilHT Co., msnr
Cranbrook, B.O
COMI'KTKNT   Nt'RHK   H1BL.    Five   chllill-n.
A|sjsly bo_ 018.
J. Striven hns left fur England on
bUBin-esfl connected with the Pingree
Copper Mines, Ltd.
Mrs. I_. Ferguson and her throe sons
have returned from California, after
about 18 months' absence.
j. o. Gillice, dlatrlet manager of the
AlHs-Chalm era-Bullock company, is
spending today at the city power plant
conferring with the company's engineers, II. 0. Huiiis and .1. Nezas.
The only change recorded on today a
metal markets is an advance of one
point in the London price of lead, lo
B19 Itis 3d. While the price of silver
attracts most attention- its advance is
far less in proportion than that of
either lead or copper. In July. LOOS,
li ad reached ��10 tis per ton, and later
than that copper was between 10 nnd
11 cents per pound. Those metals
hnve incrensed in value about 100 per
cent. Silver never went lower than lfi
cents an ounce and has sained only
about 3;! per cent.
Wee Choir Boy.
"The smallest boy soprano in the
world, nnd the possesor of tUe sweetest voice," says the Montreal Gazette
of Albert Hole, the principal boy soloist with Mr. Edward Branseombo's
Westminster Abbey Glee and Concert
Party, who will be at Sherman's opern
house on Friday, October 26. He is
only nine years old, and about 3 feet
0 inches high, but sings like an angel.
Quite a feature of the program is the
selection of nursery rhymes sung by
the boy, and accompanied by the
composer, Sterndale Bennett, who is
with the party.
In Montreal tho choir party made
such a hit that an extra concert was
put on at one day's notice, nnd the hall
was filled to overflowing on every
The Montreal Gazette says: "The
lightest glees were given in an artistic and faultless manner, while the
solos and voice accompaniments were
novel and  pleasing."
This fine musical treat will he here
nt thc opera house Friday evening, October 36 and Saturday afternoon only.
The Store of Quality
40 Cents per Pound
in order to clear out this line
we nre reducing the price to
40c. We only have n limited
quantity so don't delay ordering if you want any.
K. W. C. Block . Phone 10.
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries.
Butter, Eggs.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.
Sherman's Opera House
Prices Due. 75, ji.uii.
Boats ssn sal,' at Rutherford's
FRIDAY, October 26
and Saturday Matinee, Oct. 27th.
Westminster Abbey Choir
Seats COc, 76c, $1.00.
Bale opens Thursday morning,
MONDA Y, Oct. 29th
Change of bill nightly,
Zinn Musical Travesty
and Dancing Girls.
Bents Mlc, 75c $1.00.
Sale opens Suturday morning.
Fresh, Crisp aud Appetizing.
25c per pound.
This is a fine Hue.
C* A* Benedict
Corner Silica anil Josephine Sis.
We want to clear out every Framed
Picture we have lu tlie place, anil we
have put such greatly reduced prices
on them as will make them go.
Original Price Reduced Price
,7D $ .40
$1.00 70  anil    .75
1.25 85 and    .110
1.50 1.00
2.00 1.25
2.75 1.95
4.25  2.90
6.00 3.75
6.50 3.90
W. G. Thomson
ggffiSE8 "d Nelson, B. C.
Phon�� -34.
"The Governor's Wilt" is a musical
comedy with a Blight suggestion of a
plot. Throughout the piece there runs
a comedy streak that very often provoked laughter and al no time doeH
interest lag in the work on tlie stage.
Of course, Claude Amsden Is the
bright, particular star, although he has
many in his company who can now
and then create a little amusement on
their own account. Hazel Davenport
received an ovation on her appearance
in the second act and was greeted
with many outbursts of applause during the evening. The songs tind choruses were decidedly attractive and no
doubt the company will receive another good house this evenipg, when
"Mascot lTp-io-I)ate" will be presented.
For Fall Planting for
Home and Garden
Canada Drug ft Book Go's
....Cash Stores....
HOW   About   Your
Guns and
Wa have ..ley's, Kynoik's, Winchester, nnd Cogswell &
Harrison 8
Loaded Shot Shells
Kynock's, Winchi-ster and
Rifle and Pistol Cartridges
Hunting Knives, Wading, BeltB-
Conts, Pants, etc.
Nelson Hardware Co.
Box (..Sl       Nelson, B. C.
Talking about it will neither put a
piano into your home ner bring back
the days���valuable days���your daughter Is wasting. Let us tell you bow
easy we will make it for you NOW to
give your family the piano they have
wished for so long.
"Acts INot Words"
Mason & Risch Piano Co'y, Limited
__^- <___^_:
The Greatest Sholb in the History of Nelson
Auspices of the Twenty Thousand Club
^Double 'Bill, Grand and Comic Opera, Av the
Perfect Beating and Beating nf Bonding.   Modern Elevated BUuro
wiih a-mui uml Bounding Roar-da,   I'lmi open nt l-miKininit'* n
a. ni., Tfcnnuy, Oot, tttb   NO kuonkk.
Reserved Seats $1*00.
General Admission 75c
rii<_ ofBeen <-( the Twenty Thousand club guarantee the memben and
public tin.1 nuileal treal ol the leaeon.
Improved Kootenay
Fruit Ranch for Sale
ance three yeara old and wil
raspberries, strawberries and
stables;   root houses!  waggons;
positively guarantee tbat there i
Money maker from the start, containing 14 acres of first class fruit soil,
level ns a floor, every Inch under cultivation; water running through the
pri niises; 1000 fruit trees planted,
some five years old and bearing, 1ml-
bear next summer; large quantities of
iher small fruits; dwelling house;
horses; toolt-j; fully fenced. We
not a finer ranch on Kootenav lake.
This place Is situated 18 miles eust of NelBOD on the shore of Kootenay lake; is within one-quarter mile or good steamboat, landing, nnd
one-quarter mile from C. P. It. station. Price $5,00(1.
Numerous Designs and Low Prices
Call and Inspect.
J. J. WALKER, "--^^iH
'    Repairing and Jobbing a Sptciall-
Bhs-tmotal Work, Oaitdngi, Builders' Mnterinl und Mining nml Mill Utohla-M
Offloe und Works Koot of Park St.
IM.,,,,o   JIM.
.ma>.\< ii :i..
&{* Kootenay  Agents
I   0 R. A. Rogers & Co,
^V4t        Limited. Winnipeg.
\VI-oleM__ifcs ProvltflonH,
Dominion Government Creamery One Pound Bricks received weekly fresh
froin the churn.    1'or sale- by all lending grocers.
Officeand warehonaei Houston Block,   Phono?!!.
Josephine Street. - Nelson, B. C.
Don't Forget
Ii your furnace In shape to etart the winter wlth7 If  not, N0(|
ll the time to have It repaired.
I. H. Ashdown Hardware Co., Ltd]
PLEASE NOTE���Wo will not he responsible for uny furnace nol lmb>(��|
by October 1st. 1900.
Uvpalrlnir and Jobbing nieutld With Oeanntch.   Slicsul M��t
Work, JVIIiiI.ik "i.U Mill  Mn_l,li.urv.     ManufaCl ui-i-h "I
Oru um, kt. h. Oontraotot-*' Oars.
!"""1"""1    -NELSON,    B.C. {.������,?:. i
We WUI Sell
500 International Coal
10 Marconi, Canadian
1000 Yale-Kootenay Ice
- J
- pm
- 9 ft
McDermid & McHaijf
�� Just Arrived!        aw
uicnt of
All sizes and Lowest Prloei
MANUFACTURERS   �� * o*-**       1
and dealers in JLtunDef 9 oatskgizs*
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Wind
Turned Work and Brackets. Mnil Onlers prompt. stW"
Kootenay Ranges
Why do we handle the Famous Kootenay Rangt'
Because we cannot procure a better, taking Into j*
count design, workmanship, cooking qualities andPnct
We will be pleased to show you Its good points.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co
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