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JUL
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B 2.    No. 33.
NELSON, B. C., FRIDAY, JULY J 2, 1907.
Fiftt Cbnts a Month
TRY AGAIN
tmi of Trade Revives
Bates Question
PREPARE APPEAL
���    Complains   of   General
fcjp-*��� Auditor's Special Report
Ktld on the Table.
-!*0B'    it'll""*'"1    t'-iiiiin-   in'   Hii'
^Ketiim of the Nelaon board ol
Mote,held in ih.' i-.iuii t..Mi-.,  lusi ivi-
.���ins, we* Ih. revival <>l ill.- 11 .ntlil
:'f��te* qneetlon which has In- n il.,i 111.ml
for -some tint"
The bCOrrl of trade  ni' 1   ai   m:.'.�� 1,111  11
ill ��'4*ltart(.'r  ol an hou:-  later  hetuie a
taoraae was  |.r,-,.i,i.   including   K.   a.
**ry, P. G.   Kbhiilt. A.   W.   Dyer.   II.
K.     D.  C.   McMorris,     B.   A.
KtUTi   RaU  Hammond,  T.  Morley, W.
K|. M. Brydges, M. H. Karrar.
O. 11    iHIWn. I. (I. Nelson.    Tlie minutes
"^^meetlng were read and adopt-
���<Ar\^
"BWeniaii was profited for ineiit-
Bfl accented without ballot.
A I from H.   M.  board   of  trade
Hbe  board   for  the  expression
of IMIly   with   the  mission  of  Mr.
UriwI ,������*�����,
A letl��r'from tin- iMistniaster general
aokaowstsajEed recepir of the hoard's
peUtUW    m   letter   boxes.
A lett**1 from Mr. HeluJllng asking
lnto(BU*UI*> as  lo  iinisiieuis   tin   a   knit
tlaaj -aOs^k*''  1     ...:.m..,i .0  hy  the
Tbe flaker llaiiiiliiui company refer-
-r*d to Complain as to ihelr description
Of fmlt htlds clulmliiK thnt it was cor-
tect ������ oertltiii1 by K. Kiirti.ii. 1'. I. S.
Tbe letter was laid on Ihe table till next
meettag.
Th�� Caaailim Boards of Trail,' Itcgis-
tor IlllWtnky  uski-d  tor  liilui malum  ami
Invited anubstrii'i  ot |i.   The letter
��h retrred to th.- cuiincii.
Th* aVOdJtoi s special   report   was then
t**4,
Totol   receipts    tl\~:z(.
Total dlebiirs, at.,    iir.t.r.i
Balance In  hank        '���'���* 7r.
BakUWe colleclllil,' (about) . 27u.Ol>
T. Motley moved Hint the report he
printed and distributed. As it was
found that Ihcro were several copies
available, the motion was withdrawn
and the aecrelaiy was Instructed lo prepare sonde in copies.   The adoption ><<
the   report    was   deferred    to    the   next
Recounts aggregating V<0 were
Kaecretary.   |20;    printing,   tlli;
petty eaan. ��m: jnniior. *r>.
T. IfoTley ni'ived lhat all Invitation
bo extended     to     the     vlHillnK   llrltlsh
jbamallat* t<> visit Nelson,   a. w. nyer
Seconded the motion which was adopted.
W. H. Jones was Informed that Nel-
Son'* Oaae hefnie Ihe railway ciimiliis-
aton tree nhevancc until a decision
Should toe rendered on Vancouver's case
The nreeldenl milled an explanation
thnt the Work undertaken hy the wholc-
ealere' (Moctuthm had met with little
public aappott.
On motion of \V II .lones ll cominltlec
of the board was appointed Ic invest!-
���ate the matter. The president tamed
H.O. OoodtM . W. 11 .lones. 1. (1. Nelion.
O. 0. Brown. (1. \V. McHrlde. 1'. l.am. ������'.
A. W. Oyer
Tho hoard then  adjoiirued.
HOLIDAY   WELL   BEGUN
���teajetrar T. M. Bowman Banquettcci on
Eve of  Departure.
Juactionn
Uw%l
T. it. Ilowinan. registrar of the su-
preme and couniy courts, left on the
CrOW, boat ihls nioriiliiK fin' i! trip H>
[Canada, his first holiday since
UMolntment.     Ills departure   wits
made   the   occasion   id   a   pleasi.nl    little
Rat the Hume hotel lust evening.
lute In the afternoon when Mr.
BOWman received Ills olllcial leave.
J. F. Lnilgnn. the Maecenas of Nelson,
Whose home Is In Ontario's western pc-
IttMUla, within a lew tulles of Mr. How-
���an'S, decided to celebrate the event.
tt did tun lake lone lu orgnnUc. At
kit) the following Irlcnils of Mr. How-
B��an Bet down lo dinner Willi him as Mr.
Lancan guests: Mnvor (llllcll. Nell V
���y, M. 1.. A., .1. Fred Hume. A. II.
^HA. M. .lohnuon, .1. A. (llhson. .1.
'""^1, H. F. McLeod, 10. M. Saudi-
[and n. .1. Chirk.
[excellent dinner, with the usual
Ipaiiiinents. wiih duly appreciated,
Iformnl speeohcH were tmide by all
���Bts, the host noting as ctinlrtiiau.
Best of honor replied very huppl.'y,
Jng his   friends   for   their  expres-
|of regard ami good wIhIioh.
evening, wus pleasantly spent  In
a launch ou the Ann with Mr l.angnn
again the host, and Mr. Ilowman had a
body guard to escort blni lo the ateumcr
and   wish   him   hon voyage.
OTTAWA   UNEASY
Ministers  Undecid
panes
to Influx of Ja
n'��rtn<
o/*/
tt'b
'���"'���r
Ottawa, July 12.���The go Vein  a   quandary   ruKardJng   the   reporteu
corning Influx of .lupun��>He In large niim-
her�� to Canada. There la nothing on
th*9 statute hooka to prevent them corning, and It Ih highly probable that action
will be taken immediately to outline the
���tana taken by Hrltlah Columbia authorities  to   reduce Japanese immigration.
In the lirat place It is impoBHlble to
avoid the terms oT the UrJtiKh-Japan-
ttte treaty, and In tht- Hecond plaee many
of tAO Japanese prooaedlng from Honolulu are already tailed Btate* citlxens.
Further, Grand Trunk Pacific offletalfl
declare jHwitlvely that unless they get
Japanese laborers at once they will be
unable to bntan the railway within the
period of contract. They arc contend-
Ing with a great scarcity of labor now.
and they propose to supply the deficiency with Japanese.
A curious fact Is thnt the statlatios
of the trade of commerce department
do not show any great immigration of
Japanese, only about SO a month entering the country. This ia exclusive of
Honolulu Japanese, of whom there Is
no record.
CLAIM PICNIC RECORD
Methodist Sunday School's Annual Outing to Procter Best In- Its
History.
The Methodist Sunday school plcntc
to Procter yesterday was unanimously
voted the most successful In the history
of the school. The steamer Moyie ou
Ita two trips carried over 300 excursionists, the liberty of the steamer was accorded by Capt. McKinnon and the
crew. Mr. and Mrs. Snow, of the Outlet hotel, were equally considerate. The
weather was perfect and every moment
enjoyable.
The feature of the programme was u
tug of war between 12 of the crew of
ihe Moyie and 1- excursionists,, with
('apt. McKinnon and Ot. Hall as anchor
men. Ur. Hall won in two straight
heats.
The rest of the athletic programme
was as   follows:
Foot Races
Hoys, 10 years and under���Frank
Wallace,   Herb Jordan.
tiirls, 10 years and under���Ethel
Hodge,  Grace Wilkinson.
Boya,    15   years   and   under���William
Poupore* Clyde Bmory.
Girls, IB year and under���Girlie Annable, Gladys Foote.
General, ti years and under���Ethel
Hodge, Stanley  Patrick.
Adults, male���J. Allan, 11. Wallace.
Adults, female���Btnel Albin, Lilian
Foote.
Married men���Dr. Hall. C. F. Mc-
Hardy.
Married ladies���Mrs. Odium, Mrs.
Shaw.
Candle race, 10 years and over���Mrs.
Shaw.   Lottie Annable.
Hoys" sack race, under 14���Clyde Emory, Arthur Alhln.
Hoys' sack race, under 10���Ernest Ma-
chin.   Herb Jordan.
Running long jump���II. Wallace.
Running hop, skip, jump���B. Wallace,
F.  Mcllanly.
Swimming under water���Albert Poupore.
On the return voyage a portable organ owned by H. W. Hnlburt furnished
accompaniment for many choruses, ending with the national anthem, and
cheers for the pastor. Capt McKinnon,
the Sunday school, the superintendent,
and "the handsomest old maid present,"
to which one lady howod acknowledgement.
A lady, not connected with the Methodist church or Sunday school, who took
advantage of the trip, says that It was
the most enjoyable affair of Its kind she
has known, and ascribes most of the
credit to the energy, vitality and Incomparable managing skill of the pastor,
Rev. U. Newton Powell.
HAYWOOD   TESTIFIES
Accused   In   First   Murder  Trial   Takes
Witness Stand.
Boise, Idaho, July 12���Testifying In
his own behalf In the Steunenberg murder trial this morning, W. I>. Haywood
denied that lie hnd any concern or
knowledge of a plot to kill Steunenberg.
Speaking slowly and emphatically, Haywood saiij. "1 don't think I ever thought
of Steunenberg after 1 loft Idaho lu
1901."
Ito Denies Korean Tale.
Seoul, July 11. via Tokio, July 12.���
The request, of the Korean delegation at
The Hague as published in the Courier
de la Conference to the effect that the
Emperor Of Korea Is a prisoner here
and ihe imputation that tho Emperor Is
helpless In Ihe hands of the Japanese,
is denied hy MnrqulH Ito as a gross misrepresentation   of   facts.
WORK HHECRET
Record of Suppression of
>
Facts
TECHNICAL OBJECTIONS
Every Effort of Conservatives to Investigate Fraud Blocked
by Machine.
Ottawa, July 12.���As It la evident that
a 1 'Dininilm campaign is near, and the
chief issue will be the record of the#
parlies, much attention is being given
to ihe votes at the last session of parliament.
March 2t>th Mr. Bourassa's motion
calling for an investigation into charges
direct and indirect made against members of parliament on either side was
introduced and pressed to a vote. It
was supported by Mr. liorden and the
whole Conservative party as well as
three Independent Liberals. On the personal appeal of Sir Wilfrid Laurler the
motion was rejected by a vote of 10S* to
53. The division was on straight party
lines, except for the three Liberals
above mentioned.
Some days later Mr. Ilourassa proposed another resolution calling upon
Mr. Fowler to make good his "wine,
women and graft" charges or withdraw
them. Supported hy Sir Wilfrid Laurler
the Speaker ruled this motion out of
order on the ground that the subject
had been dealt with before. Mr. Borden,
Mr. Foster sad several other Conaer-
vatives protested against this ruling as
too strict and technical and all the Conservatives except three or four supported Mr. Ilourassa when he appealed to
the House against the Speaker's ruling.
April 2nd on the third reading of the
Tariff Bill Mr. Horden moved an amendment setting forth that legislation with
respect to tariff belong to parliament
and declaring that the clauses of the
Tariff Bill giving the governor-ln-council
power to bring the Intermediate tariff
into operation be struck out. It was rejected by a straight party vote of 84 to
;t6.
Mr. Monk moved on April 4th that
the names of the persons representing
the North Atlantic Trading company,
who had received over $300,000 from
the government for alleged immigration
services, should be made known by the
accountant of the interior department,
and also that he should give further
details as to printing bills connected
with the corporation. The government,
which has persisted in keeping secret
the names of the persons with whom
Mr. W. T. R, Preston made his astonishing deal, opposed this motion which was
rejected by a vole of 89 to 60, three Independent Liberals voting for the motion and condemning the suspicious
policy of secrecy and misrepresentation.
April 12th Mr. Lake of Qu'Appelle
moved a resolution condemning the
course of the interior department In
giving to a party supporter, who was
also a government candidate for the
house of commons, the townslte of Blair-
more, which at the.time It wus granted*
was granted was worth $100,000 or more
and two years afterward about $200,000,
and for which the government received
$480 or $1,700 less than was paid from
the treasury for expenaes In the transaction. This grant was made to the
beneficiary a*t an assignee of the squatter's rights of an Italian railway man
whose claim had been shown before
the Exchequer court to be based on
fraud and perjury. Mr. Lake's motion
was rejected by a party majority of
D6 to 27.
Mr. Borden on April 15th brought to
the attention of the House a resolution
which had been adopted two years before, nnd was then supported by the
premier himself, declaring that no official should he permitted to engage In
partlzan work of any description tn
federal or provincial elections. The opposition leader showed that this rule
had been violated In subsequent by-
elections, and especially In the election
of Mr. Fielding In Shelbourne and
Queens, whero fishery officers, custom
house officers, postmasters and other
officials acted openly as campaigners,
three or four of thetn serving as agents
of Mr. Fielding at the polls at his own
request, and some of them exercising
corrupt or coercive Influence. In view
of these and similar instances In other
parts of the country Mr. Borden moved
a resolution expressing regret that tho
rule adopted iu 1905 had been violated.
This resolution was rejected by a
straight party vote of 70 to 40.
April 16th Mr. Borden Introduced a
resolution   In   reference   to   fraudulent
practices at elections and asking that
provision he made for the more effective suppression of bftbery ; for the
prevention of fraudulent marking,
counting or substituting of ballots; for
the better regulation oi tlie conduct of
elections on the part of both officials
and candidates; for preventing the accumulation of ftuge campaign funds;
for prohibiting contribution thereto by
corporations, contractors and promoters; and also to expedite the heating
of election petitions, to prevent arrangements for their discontinuance and to
provide for the thoroueh investigation
of corrupt practices. This resolution
also called attention to the fact that a
measure for the amendment of the election laws In these respects had been
promised In the Bpeech from the throne
and expressed regret that no such
measure had been introduced. This
motion was rejected by a straight party
vote of 78 to 44.
On the 26th of April ftlr. Borden moved a resolution setting forth that the
rapidly Increasing pUtlic expenditure
was a matter of grave Concern ,that the
expenditure authorized, during the session then just closing amounted to $121,-
428,299, exclusive of rnilwav subsidies
of $5,000,000 and loams of $?.t;78,200.
making a total of 9136,106,429. or about
$22 for every inhabitant of Canada and
$110 for every family of five.
Mr. Borden showed that the taxation
had increased from less than $28,000,-
000 in 1896 to more than $60,000,000 in
1906 and that the taxation per head had
grown from $5.46 ten years ago to $10
now.
The resolution also stated that the
public assets had been depleted by
grants and concessions which designing
partisan intriguers had become enriched
at the expense of tbe people, that the
public committee had during the last
two sessions disclosed the operations of
middlemen who had made enormous
profit and rake-off In public business,
and also that election frauds exposed
had ben carried out by the expenditure
of large sums of money and the aid of
such middlemen.
Mr. Borden's motion usked the House
to condemn this mal-admlnistratlon and
corruption. Thla motion was defeated
by a straight party vote of 91 to 4S.
This list of motions and divisions
gives a fair Idea of the policy and position of the Laurler government and the
Conservative opposition led by Mr.
Borden.
ARBITRATION  A   FAILURE
Australia  Will   Repeal   Act���No   Means
of Enforcement.
Toronto, July 12.���Secretary Murray,
of the Canadian Manufacturers' association, has received a letter from Melbourne, Australia, containing the information that compulsory arbitration
which, for the last three years hns been
applied to labor disputes, has been
found to be a total failure. The premier
*>t Australia has announced his intention of askins vviiiameut to repeal the
act and appoint wage con%m\B��iuuuru
which will be relatively the same as
���fair wage officers'' In Canada. The
letter states also that where disputes
arose between the employers and employees, the government had no machinery to enforce Its finding when the
decision was against the workmen. With
the employer it was different, ono man
or one company was found to be a different proposition to the workers in all
branches cf trade. This is an admission
lhat organized labor has compelled the
government to make the move.
THE GLORIOUS TWELFTH
In  Honor of William of Pious and  Immortal Memory and Battle of
the Boyne.
Smith's KullH. Ont.. July 12.���The
Orange celebration today was one of the
largest In the history of the order :n
the history of the Ottawa valley. There
were lodges front Lanark. Leeks, Gren-
vllle, Dundas, Stormont, Oleugarry,
Carleton and Heiffrew couhties. Ottawa
City alone sent about 1,800. In all there
were 76 banners In the procession,
were many speeches delivered and the
celebration was regarded as most sue-
cesBfnl.
Victoria, July 12.���The Loyal Orange
association held Its annual celebration
this year at Sidney. Tlie ceremonies
for the day were under the direction
of William Duncan. There was a monster turn out, for a programme of rare
merit had been arranged, consisting of
a great variety of sports, but more especially was the occasion made memorable by the excellence of Its oratorical
features. Addresses were delivered by
Rev. T. W. Gladstone, S. 11. Netherby,
and Bev. 3. J. Thompson.
Kelownn, July 12.���The Interior Orangemen and their IrlendB will celebrate the llth of .htly this year at
Kelowna.
Lightning Struck Plow.
Moose Jaw, July 12.���During a sharp
electrical storm between 4 and 5 o'clock
this afternoon, lightning struck a steam
plowing mint working on the farm of
Thomas Battell, throe miles northwest
of this city. Englnoer Lowes nnd hU
assistant were stunned. Lowes soon recovered from the shock but the assist-
ant was unconscious fur some hours.
WILL NOUECEDE
No Secession Talk in New
Ontario
TROUBLE IS ALL OVER
Visits of Provincial  Hinist rs and
Promise of Early Relief Stops
Foolish Agitation,
Emo, Ont., July 12.���Emo. the heart
of the secession movement, was visited
by Messrs. Cochrane, Reaume and party
today. Many settlers interviewed the
ministers and instanced tbe various reasons which led to the present agitation.
Dr. Rethune, a prominent figure in the
secession movement, was heard and the
most important questions discussed
were roads; larger road grants, and the
work to be done by contract; a macadam road from Fort Frances to Rainy
River; $1,000,000 for roads in the unorganized districts, $200,000 of which
be expended yearly in the Rainy River
south; education school grants to be
doubled; free school books, government
to pay one-half the cost of district
school construction; veteran grants to
be deeded at once, no more to .be placed
in district, lands to be sold when taxes
are one year in arrears; homesteads,
no reservation whatever In patent more
power to local land agents to locate,
cancel and relocate, residential clause
to be cut out providing; homesteader
Uvea in the vicinity, timber permit to
be continued as heretofore,Indian reserves���those on the river���to oe acquired and thrown open to bonanae settlers; railroads, action to be taken to
prevent discrimination in freight rates
on the C. N. R. against Rainy River
products; Algnma land tax to be done
away with; Immigration, more government activity and a better class of immigrants wanted; agriculture, larger
grants to fairs and the .establishmeAt
of experimental stations; representation, district should have twice aa many
representatives.
As to the question of actual secession little notice is being taken, it seemingly having been used principally to
force more recognition. That it accomplished this purpose there is little dout
as numerous delegates have interviewed
both ministers. A noticeable feature
of the grievances, however, Is that many
come under the control of the federal
government. Mr. Cochrane drew the attention of those to the party held partially responsible for the drafting of
them for endeavoring to stir up a secession movement before presenting their
grievances to the proper authorities. On
thlB point the ministers severely criticised those responsible, as to their legitimate grievances of which both ministers did not contradict, the existence.
They promised relief as Boon as circumstances would permit. That the
country needed more money spent on
mads was not denied. They were anxious that the settlers should get together
and come to a definite understanding
where the trunk roads should he built
so the government would settle It for
the benefit of the greater number concerned. In regard also to many ot the
grievances expressed many have already been remedied to a certain extent, among them being the Increase In
the school grants, the abolition of the
separate Algnma land tax; the veteran
land grants may now be patented on application and with freedom from settlement duties. Timber permits nre also
being issued as usual. The Indian reserve and railway matters must be
taken up with the Dominion government.
At tho mass meeting held In the evening the hall was packed to Its capacity,
unquestionably It wns the most enthusiastic meeting yet held. Settlers came
with tho determination to air their
grievances from the platform, which
they did lu such a manner as not only
to commund respect, but force upon the
government that they have grievances
which they want remedied. Chairman
Charles Fisher, reeve of the municipality, tn his first remaks, called the attention of the audience that although
the government did not want to hear
the word secession, the people of the
district would keep agitating till some
definite action was taken.
W. K. Frestlon, member for the riding, addressed the meeting, as did also
Dr. Smellie and Mr. Aubln. F. K. Armstrong, n settler Trom Mather, stated
he had come hh a kicker. The settlers
had. a grievance, and. for one, he would
like io see a remedy applied. Tho
greatest grievance was for the betterment of roads. All acknowledged the
roads  were   in  a  deplorable   condition.
He believed the government recognized
this and would apply the remedy.
Charles Hughes, of Boxalder, spoke
on the condition of the mads and
schools. He had been here 16 years and
had seen little change. It was true that
money had been spent, but had been
done so foolishly and squandered. It
was time that the expenditure was put
to more advantage and more of it. J.
Rice, of Chappae, though not a believer
in secession .thought something should
be done, and he now had confidence it
would be done. Mr. Strachan, of Box-
aider, was not In favor of the way the
district had been treated, more was expected. Thomas Lundy, Of Carpenter,
stated that he had been a long resident
of the district and thought he should
know its needs. He was firmly of the
opinion that the agitation had been of
great benefit. Not only had there been
a lack of proper attention, but the district had not been properly advertised.
R. R. Gamey followed with a stirring
address, setting forth the policy of the
government and their endeavor to properly protect the Interests of the settlers. Dr. Bethime. of Emo. regretted
the lack of time to properly express his
views, but called attention to the matter of the construction of roads; not
only were the roads badly needed, but
It would prove a source of help to settlers In many ways. Hon. Dr. Reaume
stated his endeavor to readjust their
difference, and Mr. Cochrane explained
that though all their demands could
not be aeted on as It was out of his
power, but It was In his power to say
that they would be remedied; and that
as soon as possible. The meeting
closed with cheers for the King.
PROVINCE OWNS MINES
/ ____
Premier Scott, of Saskatchewan, Favor*
Government Operation of
Collieries.
Saskatoon, July 12.���Premier Walter
Scott baa promised to take over for
the provincial government the mining
rights in the locality near Bagle Lake.
where a coal discovery has recently
been made. Mr. Scott was seen at his
home in Regina on Friday night by W.
A. McLeod, of the Phoenix, who was appointed by the Bagle Lake settlers to
see If they could get the brnettt this
coming fall and winter of the discovery,
made ao providentially by one of the
number. Mr.' Scott said that he was
against the policy of the government
undertaking the operation or ownership
of coal mines, but In view of the exceptional circumstances of the case, and
the hardships and Buffering that might
ensue if the settlers In that important
district faced another winter with an
insufficient fuel supply, he had decided
to have the mine, should the seam discovered prove a good one, developed for
the use of settlers by the provincial
government, and with that purpose entered at once into communication with
the department of tbe Interior at Ottawa.
Crude tests already made by the set-
telrs show a 50-foot seam of lignite coal
of good quality, said to be of the same
quality as the coal mined at Estevan
and Medicine Hat, has been discovered
about six miles east of Bagle Lake.
The seam is only a few feet from the
surface, and while only partially uncovered, enough has been disclosed to show
that the find is of great value, more especially as fuel Is very scarce in the
district and nearly all wood within 50
miles of ISagle Lake has been taken by
settlers for building purposes and fuel.
The coal was discovered purely by accident. There is a spring close to the
trail on Stony Creek, in township 32,
range 21, west of 3rd meridian. Last
year a section of cribbing was sunk
over the spring by Councilman Fred
Dowd, who had a horse bogged and
drowned at the place. Archibald Campbell, one of the new settlers In 32-21,
sent his boys to clean out the spring
Friday, July 28lh. They brought back
a pailful of coal, which they had found
while digging. Mr. Campbell accompanied the boys on the next trip, and
they dug a little deeper nnd found more
coal. Mr. Cumiibell then reported the
find at a meeting of settlers on Monday.
July 1st, and on Tuesday morning a'
party of 28 settlers, armed with pick*,
shovels, palls for balling out water and
mud, and a testing auger, gathered
around the spring. The locality 1* almost surrounded by steep hills, a
tongue or spur of the Bad Hills on the
south curving around to meet a corresponding spur from the Bear HtlU on
the  north.
The existence of coal In large quantities somewhere 1n the district Is
shown by the finding of coal in nearly
every well dug In the district. Hags
and pallfuls of coal were taken home
by the settlers who helped to expose
the surface of tho seam. The main ob-
stucte In the way of Immediate development is the water Trom the spring.
Steps will be taken at once to drain
out the spring. Settlers In the district
ure jubilant at the prospects of an abundant supply of fuel.
New Experimental Farm.
Prince Albert. July 12.���Dr. W. Satin-
ders, director of tho expeMmental farms
at Ottawa, anil Angus McKay, superintendent of Indlnn Head experimental
farm, arrived at 1'rlnco Albert tonight
on a visit of Inspection wtth reference
to tho establishment of an experimental
farm In the northern portion of the Saskatchewan wheat belt.
ANGRY ATCHANGE
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Wauls
Wards Restored
BILL BEFORE THE LORDS
Dominion Premier Annoyed at Concession Granted to Hon. R. He-
Bride��� Elgin's Promise.
London, July '12.���The bill to amend
the British North America Act, 1867,
the object of which is to increase the
annual subsidies paid by the Dominion
to the several provinces of Canada, has
passed through all its stages in tlie
House of Commons, and I* now betere
the House of Lords. The commons accepted the amendment proposed 'by
Winston Cruchlll, under secretary . for
the .colonies, , striking out the word*,
"Final and unalterable" in the address
of the Canadian Houae of Commons,
thus leaving it open to British Columbia, or any other province, to press ita
claims in future for special consideration.
Thla change was made at the instance of Premier McBrlde, of British
Columbia, who ably urged the claim* ot
that province before the colonial offtrj
authorities.
Lord Elgin, was so evidently Impressed
by the reasonablenss of Hon. Mr. McBrlde'* contentions that when the British Columbia premier sailed for home **
the colonial secretary, It ia said, ga:
him a letter conceding British Coin
.<;nt
the
of a
bia's contention and assuring him L* .
the bill would pass with, the ame��i*CL.bT;
aa proposed by Mr. Churchill. TT,2��
While   these   negotiation*,    were "Jr.,
progress.   Sir  Wilfrid Laurier   was 2?""
the continent    He  has  now returned^?,
to Loudon and I* very much annoyed
that tbe bill has  not passed the commons on the lines suggested by the Dominion   Parliament.     He   is,   therefore,
taking steps to secure the  restoration
in the  bill by  the lords of tbe  word*
"Final and unalterable," but in view, of
the assurance given by  Lord Elgin to
Premier   McBrlde,   it is   felt   that   the
Canadian premier cannot aucceed.
Counterfeiting in Ontario.
Lindsay, July 12.���Charles Burke, a
resident of this town for many years,
was arrested by Dominion Dectecttve
Parkinson, on a charge of being; the
head of a gang which for some tine
has been flooding the country with counterfeit $5 bills of the Montreal, the Dominion and the Traders' bank. The
first hint as to who was the moving
spirit In the game came from the vicinity of Montreal, where one of Burke's
pals had been working. When arrested he gave the whole game away, and
this has led to the capture, not only of
Burke, but or two others of the gang.
The counterfeits which Burke I* alleged to have issued are poor* compared with previous Imitations.
Died In the Asylum.
New Westminster, July 12.���A jury
held an inquest yesterday at the asylum
on the death of D. W. Sinclair. The
unfortunate man was an Inmate of the
institution, and was prone to violent
fits. For some weeks back he had been
suffering from these and from time to
time had been placed in the refractory
ward. On Monday afternoon he attacked
and In the ensuing struggle he had two
ribs broken by falling heavily against
a seat. The Jury returned a verdict of
accidental death, and exonerated all the
officials from blame.
Fatal   Accident.
Bonners Ferry, Wash., July 12.���J.
O'Brien, who has been working for Q.
R. Gray at the sawmill, wus walking by
the circle saw and accidentally got too
close to It The saw caught his arm.
cutting It nearly off. Dr. Fry was ��ent
to take care of the wounded man. After
dressing the arm O'Brien seemed to be
resting easy, but was suddenly taken
with cramps and dieil yesterday. The
remains are to be held here, subject to
the orders of the deceased's brother,
who is living In Victoria, B. C.
Japanese Spy Caught
New York, July 12.���The World today prints this version of the arrest of
a Japanese at San Diego, Cal., on the
charge that he was drawing the fortifications at Fort KoBecrans. The Intruder
was caught In Ihe very act of sketching
the emplacements of four 10-lnch gun*
at Battery Wltkerson, and copies of
plans he had made of the toriiedo casement and the electric machinery conm I
tlons an:l keys controlling the mine
Held of Ban Dleso harbor, were round.
In his possession.
mS& The Daily Canadian
HUDSON'S BAY
���      STORES -
Prospectors',
Lumbermen's
Miners' and All
Campers' Supplies
TENTS in all s.zes and weights
RUBBEKS  and   OIL   SKIN   CLOTHING.
OVERALLS  and  JUMPERS.
UNDERWEAR   at   all   prices
HUDSON    BAY   BLANKETS   nnd   CANADIAN   BLANKETS.
From 8 to 12 Pound*.
COX.   MITTS,   etc.,   etc.
GROCERIES   and   PROVISIONS
HAY.   FLOUR  and   FEED.
Iu all these lines we offer   excellent quality at very
reasonable prices.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
Capital   Paid   Up    $4,825,000 Rest    $4,825,000
D. R. WILKJE, Prenident. HON. ROIiEKT JAKKRAY, Vice-President
Branches in British Columbia:
ARROWHEAD,       UOLDEN,       NELSON,      REVELSTOKE,       CRANBROOK,
VANCOUVER,    VICTORIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
DepoBitfl received and iutortwt allowed at highest   current rate from date of
opening of account, aud comiKmuded quarterly.
\KL80IN   HWA^GM
��J��   M*,   LAY,  TYianan-er.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated  A.  U.  1809.
tK��� HEAD OFFICE,  MONTREAL.
iltal $3,900,000     Reterve  Fund $4,390,000
Old
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of  Banking  Business.
go
ECIAL ATTENTION given to the
Savings Bank Department, and
Interest    credited     Quarterly     on
Savings Bank Accounts.
HOME SAVINGS BANKS Furniehed
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch. G. A. SPINK. Manager.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
FubllalH-d six dayi a week by the
CANADIAN  PUBLISHING COMl'ANY, LTD
Hnktrl   :-���..      .-..-<.;,,   B.C.
tSuoscrlpllon mien, 60 cents a mouih delivered
ia the city, or 15.00 ft year if sent by mall, when
d advance.
: mil'* ou application.
paid   hi   aeltltinent ol   The Daily
founts, either foi lubecrlptlonJ or
btiHi be receipted (ur un the printed
upauy.   Other reoelptl  ure not
Friday,   July   12th,   1907.
NELSON'S   FREIGHT   RATES.
For three years Nelson business men.
through the hoard of mule and the
wholesalers' association, have been try*
Iuk to secure an adjustment of the rates
on freight to Nelson froni the East
After having been suffered almost tu
lapse by the wholesalers' association
the   question    was   revived   hy   \V.   II.
Junes  at last night's  meeting  of  tha
hoard of trade and a committee was
struck to attack the question again.
The preaent position is that a lot of
work has been done by uu expert en
Kaged by the wholesalers, material has
been compiled, and a solicitor has been
engaged to prepare the case. Uui ;us
the point was approached when fundi
were needed to carry the case to tni
railway commission, enthusiasm ebbed
away.
It is a matter of common knowledge
that the Kootenay is the must expensive
part of Canada to live in. That condition Is largely due to freight rates which
are determined by the policies of tne
transcontinental railways. The light is
not against the C. 1\ II. company, it Is
against a principle of policy toilowed
by all the roads in Norlh America.
liecause the roads were built from
east to west the wholesale districts assigned to the cities by the railways extend westward In nearly every case. Hut
when the Pacific coast is reached then-
Is no territory to the westward, sea carriage competition must be met and accordingly the ports are given a district,
extending eastward. The Kootenay is
too far wcHt to be included In Calgary's
or Winnipeg's district, so it is assigned
to  Vancouver.
Spokane is in exactly the same case,
being sacrlflcd between St. Paul and
Seattle. The Spokane hoard of trade
lias been fighting the question before
commissions   and   courts   for   several
years and no decision has been reached
yet.
Thrt>e years ago the C. P. R. company
attempted to give Nelson preferential
treatment as against other towns In
Kootenay and to make it a wholfrs^le
centre subordinate to Vancouver. The
Slocan towns, led by Kaslo, entered a
protest; and the complaint was beard
by the late A. G. Blair and Commissioner Mills.
At that hearing Mr. iWalr made the
significant statement that the commission had the power, if it saw fit, lo prevent preferential treatment of any
kind, and lo insist on absolutely equal
freight rates to all cities, according to
the distances from the shipping point.
A Her several months of deliberation
the commissioners found in favor of
Kaslo and against Nelson's claim to
preferential freight rates as a wholesale
centre.
That finding merely opened tlie door
lor discussion of a bigger Issue. If the
company may not discriminate against
Kaslo in favor of Nelson, why should
It be allowed to discriminate against
Nelson In favor of Vancouver, Calgary
or Winnipeg? Thut is the issue that
calls for settlement.
The question is of vital importance
io Nelson's future. The one thing lacking to make Nelson the equal of any
town as a desirable place to live is a
reduction, and it must be a very substantial reduction, in tlie cost of living.
The apathy of Nelson merchants ou the
subject ul which the president of the
hoard of trade complained last night is
hard to understand, but not more than
the Indifference of the great body of
consumers, who, of course, pay all the
margins.
EDITORIAL  COMMENT.
if the despatches from London are
correct in reporting thut Sir Wilfrid
hauiler, on his return from the Continent, appealed to the British government to have the words "final aud unalterable" restored In his amendment to
the British North America Act, what
stand will tlie Liberal press of British
Columbia be driven to? They have declared that the elimination of those
words is of m4consequence. Kvldcntly
Sir Wilfrid doewn't agree with them.
Interest in the Haywood trial may he
expected to revive next week as the
case draws to a close. The unconscionable length of American criminal trials
is too great to permit of sustained attention even to a case of first-class importance. It seems now, as was anticipated from the first, that the case
must be decided on the weight of evidence for and against the story of Harpy Orchard.
Sll Will rid sails for Canada today.
Dveryone will wish him a pleasant voyage. He will have troubles enough lo
nice on  his arrival  at  Ottawa.
IRRIGATION   COMMISSION
Britiah   Columbia   Will    Be   Represented
by   Three   Ministers.
Calgary. July 12.���J. H. Wheeler of
the Canadian Pacific Irrigation aud Col
onlsatlon company leavea today for a
visit to various parts of Alberta lu tin*
interests of the forthcoming irrigation
congress In Calgary. Mr. Wheeler will
visit several ul' tho provincial boards of
trade, agricultural societies, town councils and newspaper men in order to
point out the Importance of the irrigation convention and the subjects It will
deal with.
Mr. Peterson was Interviewed this
morning and stated that there is every
proBpecl of the convention being a great
success. There will, he says, be nine
delegates from Medicine Hat and Raymond will send four delegates.
British Columbia will have the majority of representatives here, Including
the premier, Minister of Agriculture
Tallow and Minister of Kducation Fulton. C. A. Klemlng, Irrigation engineer
in the British civil service iu India.
who Is at present In eastern Canada
studying irrigation ami water power
propositions in the Interest of his department will also uttend this convention specially and will deliver an address on the subject of Irrigation.
E. J. Cruidal! of San .lose. Cat, will
also be here and is billed to read a
paper on  Irrigation  and   drainage.
Hon. W. H. Cushlng, interviewed aa to
the report of the coal commission's
recommendation, will say nothing until
the premier's return from Europe. Until
that time he hardly thinks he will make
the findings and recommendations of
the commission public, as there are s��-v
oral points which he desires to discuss
with Hon. Mr. Rutherford first. His
present idea is that it would be well to
print and publish ihe entire evidence
taken before the commission as in for-
matton of a- public nature. In all probability, Mr. Cushlng says, he will have
this done a little later on.
Will Be Deported.
London, Ont., July 12.���"Six months
in London jail," was the sentence meted
out to Arthur Borrough, alias Arthur
Morris, a self-confessed watch thief, hy
Magistrate Smith at Ailsa Craig. Bur-
rough, who. is about 25 years of age, was
working as a farmhand In Biddulph
township and purloined a timepiece
from his employer. In passing sentence
the magistrate ordered that the prisoner
be deuurted to Kngland at the conclusion of his term, lie having been in this
country less than two years. The law
is clear on that point, and states that
any immigrant may be deported within
two years if he or she commits an unlawful   deed.
FOR  SALE
50 acres in the Crawford Bay Settlement. A part of the old locations and
one of the best. $tio.0u per acre. Terms
given.
Geo. g. McLaren
Baker St.. Opposite Queen's Hotel.
W.   a.    GILLETT
Contractor   u ��n!
Builder.
Bole agent ff>r the Porto Kico Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail yard*. Hough him drew -I lumber, turned
work uml i,r.nn,h, Coast lath und ahlnglei, *aah
nnd floott, Cement, brick and lime for aale.
Automata- grinder.
Yard aud factory : Vernon Ht.. cast of Hall
NBL80N.   14. G.
P. O. Box 2X1. TrtsnbOTS 17H
Fot Sale Cheap
BOILER
One 60-inch diameter, liy 16ft. 8ln.
long, underfired, return multi-tubular
boiler, in fair condition. Eighty-two
2'^-in. tubes. 2 1-3x2 1-6 In. steam
dome. Boiler Is good for testing to 150
lbs. per square Inch, and a working pressure of 80 to 90 lbs. Mountings consist
of safety valve, stop valve, water
gnuges, try cocks, sludge cock and
check valve, set of fire bars and bearers.
ENOIINE
One 9-ln. diameter x 141n. stroke, high
pressure, variable cut off expansion,
valve engine with governor. Fly wheel
and belt pulley are those not originally
supplied with the engine but are suitable for ordinary requirement. Engine
has been used to drive electric light
at tbe smelter and Is In good condition.
FEED   HEATER
One vertical multi-tubular exhaust
steam heated feed-water heater, 4 ft.
high, lO'^ln. diameter with openings
for 3-ln. exhaust pipes. Corrugated copper tubes Inside through which the feed
water passes. Stop valve, drain cqpk
and safety valve. Apply to
The Hall Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd.
nelson, b. c.
Another Blow for  Liberty.
Ekaterinburg, Ruuta, July 11.��� t'upt-
Pushkin, ol th*. Qendarmerlj, wa�� us
sassinaU'd   on   the   suvets  of 'llllH   town
"Saturday.    Ha was unfavorably known
as the organizer of the anil .It-wish at
lacks ai Valogda In Ootober, HOB, when
tnanv lives were losi Pushkin was
walking with the chief Of poller at the
time of the assassination The latter
was DOl Injured The assailants made
their escape und wounded a policeman
lu their Might.
Valuable   Discovery.
Chloafo, July io.���In an almoal Inao
cesslble region Of Nubia. Professor
James Henry llnsteart. University of
Chicago, has discovered the only re
malning monument ol Ikhnaton, "Th*
Greatest    Pharaoh."    thus   ending    ���
search of over 8, I years.    The relic*
are declared the moil valuable Bnd ol
the century, and all that is lefl ol the
gorgeous sun temple of Sesebl In the
burled clly of Gin yln. 	
FOR SALE
Brand New Art Bell Piano
CHEAP.       APPLY
John T. Pierre. Baker St.
Certificate  of  the  Registration of an
Extra-Provincial Company.
"Compsnlee  Act,   1897."
1 IIKKKBY CEKTIKY lhat the-'Kinney-Miller
Cedar Company," hn�� thi* Mav bt-eii registered
an au Kxlra-provtnciai Company, under fhe
���Companies Act. lHyr," to earn- Kin or effect all
orauyul tht.' objects of (In- Company lo which
tin* l.nlMatlve authority ol thfl Leglaleture ol
Hrlllsh Columbia extend*.
Tht- lii'iui ottli e of the Company il altuate In
the City of Htfokane, ID Hit- tali <���( Washington.
D   s   A.
Tho   amount   of thi- capital "1 the company is
fifteen thoumnd dollar*, dlrfdod into ont hundred ami fifty sliarei of on* hundred dollar*
eaeh.
The bead office nt the eompanj In thli province In situate at Cre��tou. ami William Bury
Crawford, merchant, who*e ad"!real la Ihe Name.
ll ihe attorney for thecorupauy. (Not empower
cd to issue and tranter slock )
The time of the exigence of the company In
fifty years" from the ��ih day of March, IMf.
Tr e company Is limited.
Given under my hand and Heal ol office at
Victoria, Province of Hritiih Columbia, this 2l*t
day of May, one thousand nine hundred and
aeven.
|L. *.] 8. Y. WOOTTON.
Regiitrar of Joint Htoek Companies.
The object! for which thla company haa been
established and registered are :
1. To acquire in any lawful manner, manufacture and nel! or dlijiose of any aud all kinds
of ceilar and other limber:
2 To acquire In auy lawful mauner tlmtwr,
whether Handing or cut. limber laads or other
landa. log*, polea. piling, post*, lumber. ihlnglea,
shingle bolt*, and any and all kinds of Umber
product, to manufacture any and all inch, ami
to dlapoae of time In auy lawlul manner:
X. To MQtttM In any lawful ni miner stores,
implements, *. n 1 tiny and all kinds of merchan-
dine or property not In violation cf law. audio
difijto-rie of aame lu any lawful mminer:
i. To build or to acquire In miy lawful manner road ft, tramways, ur other means of trans-
poi tation   Daoftftftftrj <>r convenient  to the other
fmrpo*4ea of the Corporation, and to OparmtO,
eaae, or dispose of lame aa may be deemtd advisable; provided the aunt be private wayn and
roads only, and provided further that this article is not to authorize the Corporation to oper
ate or maintain auy public or toll road, nor auy
publlc serving transportation system, DOi tl become a common carrier:
&. To manufacture tiny au<4 all kinds of articles and products as way l>e deemed desirable
and not In violation of law. and to sell and
dispose of aame in any lawful manner:
0. To do any and all other acts and things
neeesaarr or expedient for carrying nn the business of the company as bantu before sei forth.
timber HOTICES.
Nelson Land IHstrlet    District of West Kootenay.
Takeliotlce that George Alexander, of Kaalo,
B <'., intends to apply for a special timber
licence over the following described latum:
Commencing at a posi planted at the northwest
corner of Section 12, township 7, Kootenay district, being fttmiit one-third of a mile south ol
the south boundary line of the Indian resetvc;
thence ninth alrout AS chains to the easterly
bank of Kooteuay river: thence southeasterly
along Kimtenay river hank about Wehaius to
the south tKfundary or .Section 12, Towushlp 7:
thence easterly about W chains to the northwest
corner of i ������-.���: ��� thi nee north HU chains along
the we*t boundary of Lot SU; thence west no
chains lo the point of commencement, and contain Ing Mo mf.rr-n, more or less
Dated July 4. fmt QaOBOl ai.kxasi.kk.
Notice Is hereby atom thut HO days after date 1
intend to make application to tbe flnnurahlt! th<-
Chlef Commissioner of I^nds and Works. \ lo-
torla, B, C f r a sp-i lal licence to cul timber on
the following describe.) lands In Weat Kootenay
district: Commencing at a post situatud on
Blueberry creek, nlxoit four miles from Its mouth
and adjoining the NW. corner of my application No. 1, thence south 80 chains, thence west
���v'hiin-. thence north Wl chains, tbence easl f)0
ehains to point of commencement.
Jhited May ink, 1WI7. E    W KOHlNSOlf.
Take notice that I) H.Telford, of Haskatoon,
Hank , occupation sawmill operator. Intends to
applv for a special timber llcenct over the following described lands:
No. 1. CommenclTii' nt a post planted at the
���outheast corner of Lot i272, Mcqulto creek. Wi-at
Kootenay, Iheuce north 10 chains, more or less,
to the corner of Lot t.T2, tbence west 40 chains,
thence north 60 IthalOft, thence cast W chains,
Iheuce south 90 chains thenoe west 4*t chains to
point of commencement, and containing .V'*4I
acres, more or lens.
Htaked May 81, 1U07.     David Hkwkv TlLFOKD.
No. 2 Cemmencliig ni a post at tht; Inner
angle of lot 4/72, Mosqiiltocreck, Wesl Kootenay,
thence north Itt) chains, tbence cast 4u chains,
thence south UOeb-fttm, thence west 40 chains,
lo place of commencement.
Staked May 81, 11107.     1 AVID HlNRV Tki i-i.ei.
No. 3. Commencing at n poat about three miles
northerly from the northeast corner of Lot l :7;i,
Mosquito creek, Waftj Kootenay, thence south no
chains, thence eaat no chains, thcucc nnrth Ho
chains, thence west 80 chains to place of commencement and Containing M0 acres, more or
less.
Htaked June 4,19<t7.     David Hinky TEi.roiu>.
No. 4. Commencing at the northwest corner
of Ko. 3, thence norlh 80 chains, thenoe cast 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to place of commencement, anil containing 640 aces, more ���r j^g.
Staked Juno 4, 1907      David Hrsav Titt ronn.
No. ft. Commencing at the northwest corner
of No. 4, the nee north 80 chains, thence east mh
chains, tbence south 80 chains, tbence west 8u
chains lo point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or lesa
Htaked June ft, I'.sr;      Iuvn> HENRY Tii.kihu.
Take notice that rto days after date I Intend to
apply to the Hon the Chi��f Commissioner of
Lanos and Work.*, Victoria, lor permission to
cut and carry away llmtier from tbe following
described land, in Weit Kootenay:
No. 1, Coinmenclug at n post planted at tbe
south west corner of timber license 8MS, ibence
west 80 chains. lliODOl south 80 chains, thence
cast 80 chains, ihenee uorth HO ciialns tu place of
commencement
Dated Mny HI, 1907,       J. T   Btimiras, locator.
J   W   Coi.ai'Hf*. Agent.
Nu. '2 Commencing nl n post planted at the
southeast corner of ftpjuiCAUon No I, Ihenccast
80 chains, thend north flo chains, thence west 80
ehnins thence suulli HO chains to place of commencement.
Dated May 31,11)07.       -I   T. Unions*. Locator.
J. W, COLBUBN, Agent.
FRED IRVINE <5c CO'Y
Bargains in
Embroidery
Wash Belts
100 Doz. Fancy White Wash Belts
Sy&SSn^ 25c Each
FRED IRVINE & CO'Y
Furniture Stock and
Premises for Sale
TKNMKUS will bi' n-c.-lved by tho
niKlcri-lKii'd ii j i to I- o'clock HOOD on
tht' li.th duy of July, 1907 fur the put
time of ibc ���took in trade of carpets,
furniture, etc, betonftng to the ��*ntat��'
of tin* late John B. Wood <>f Revolatohe,
ami nisi) for the porohasa of the prop*
trty lutcjy occupied by hfm iu* a furni
tun- Blorr and rooming Iiouhi', Hltuuteil
on lot li5. rici'g al'.'., IMau li::iJA.. Hovel-
sink''. Beparate tendere may be made
for tho stock In l ratio anil for the real
estate or lenders made for the stooh
ami real eetatd together.
The high eat bt any tenders wlD not
ii-11' aarily be accepted, stock lintK
iuifi the property to be sold may be examined on application to the tinibr
signed.
Revelatoke, Juno  12th,  1907.
GEO.   S.    McCARTER,
onieiai Administrator.
IN THE MATTER of the "Riven and
Streams Act" and amendments
thereto.
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of an Application of
The Canadian Pacific Timber
Company,  Limited.
NotW-c is h'-rttiy clv��*n thnt 60 days ���ft-cr 'lat*
Tim emu. . - * 1'a'ilir'i tabfg Company. Limit**!.
lnt��mla to fill.niu to the Honor* Me thief Com
iiilMaoner ul 1 *!��� > "ii'i Worka a p* ]- -ni uiitler
tht* provUltiiu'��( the     i*iv. t - ami Htn-aun Act"
Hurt MBMidmsnta taeretat i��' th*- rtaal t���� improve Trout oreak ami tn trlhutarlt>H (mm the
aotirfea ol r>ii��-h cri-t-k ami trllxitarU-a to thr point
where the tame Howi luto Trout lake ID tbe I".
trli'l ot Weft Kooteuay, nod to remove obitrur
Hon" lliereiroin hii-4 make the name III for drtv-
lilKi -!������;.:;,' ���*���""'. ni; and I-doiuidii loK**. ralta ati-l
entfta, ancl the flumitifi of !uinher thereon, alao
for the rlHtil to aollaot lolli tb-urvun.
Tht uurai aflaota 1 are Crown tan-da ami i��u
7'y.   1\*SQ,   7*>1.   112,   771 7C^.  lt>2 and \%l,  all   lo
".roup 1, Went K(witenay.
Dated thin *Mh day ,,{ May. 1W7.
Tilt t ANADIAN  PACIFIC TIMBKK
COMPANY. 1.1MIIHI>.
  by tln-lr ��ol|eltor, H. M. MaedouaM.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company, Limited.
INELSOIN, B. C.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
"li".   dayi alter date 1 j     - ]     makloif uppli
rat lo u to 'lie Hod. Chief (Vimmiaalolirr of l��mU
and Work", for permlaaloD to purehaiMt the lol
lowlti-f   dMOrlbM   laud:     Pfffflf>!!' '"K   al a M>*il
filaced <>u the weit ahore ol Lo*��r W linuliiu
aSa* about a W mile from the patlnt uf aame.
and tiimkeu II. >V'a. N.K. i-uruer immiI.' run
iiIDk theuerKo rhatni weat, thenre no (halm
aouth. thenee t�� ehalni eaat, ihenrv Hu ebalm
north   lo point of   ��� oui mi n< ��mi m    eontalutug
Mi I aeri ���,  luore ol  it -���
]>ate<I the 2nd da) of May, IWT
(Hailed) M    WAiaKH,
ix r r O. ranqosaa. Ageot,
NOTICIZ.
Not Ire in hereby kIm-ii that after the expiration
of Hlxty nay" from ihe date hereof the Patrick
Lnmbar Company. Limited. lntendi Ui lubmlf to
the H-'toi-M ������-,������< u i'-( cotiimlailoticr ol l.*nda and
M/orfcl a |>roiM>aal under the provliloni of the
"Klvura and aireami Aet" and Amending Acta,
for the rttfbt Ui luiarov* th*> ��i.h-*�� rtv*,* ii.,i��
the mill    '��������'��    "'    ���H1'1   company   (alttiate alKtut
 '   uitlei   ahove   the   junettuii ol   -ai.i Hloi-au
river with the Kooteioxy river,) to the uioutb of
the Little Hlueau river,and lo Improve tbe l.lttle
Hlocnn river and hranehei thereof to tbe northern boundary ..f ,m. lot 2, lot 7160, and ml, lot 1,
lot 7161 group one, K*rK>l��tiay dlatrlet, aud tu
Improve the trlhutarlea of nald riven; and re
mure obatruetloni from aatd rlvern and tributaries, and to make the HUM Ht lor driving, ilor-
lng, aortlug >��ooiDittg au<l railing logi, timber,
lumber, rufta, and crafti; alao for the right to
collect Willi thereon.
Ihe lamlH to be afT-cl-ed are the following: (a)
Lots ����3, 7S69. U:<0, 04.M, MS), S61U, 6��V7, M4b. N��,
ISO, 7MB, MO, 491 i. all in Oronpone K<K>tenay
dimrlct; also laudi covered by pre-frupiloui
numlMTcd 46, 108, 115. ISA, MS. IGiand .'.70; alao
landi oorarad by timber liceua-fd uumlwred .'tnbt,
j-ti. rant, v��ft, ���'������, urn, and &ftt��; alio landi ol
the crown.
bated thlf Gib day of July. 11*07.
THE PATRICK   l.l'MBKK  COMPANY,   I.lMlTEli.
by Un Koliennr, K   W. HitMisinoH,
LAND NOTICES.
Take notlte thai 1,1 h'imai Harry Wiiaon, in-
tend to apply for iwrmlaalou Ui purchaae the
following deaerltiM laud: Commencing at a
Mat planle 1 at the H. K oornerof Lot ��� -i��. aud
marked N. K corner, thenre aoutb 10 i-halm,
tlieui'c went In chaina, thence aouth lo cnalm,
thence wiriil lo ehalni, tbi-uce aouth 10 cbulna.
thiine wi--.t io ehalni, tbence loutb lOrhalna,
thence wuat hj ehalni, tbence north 40 chaina,
theme i nit Id ��� in. -. ti - to point of < "in m- m ��� nuni
and containing HXJ acrei, more or leas.
Juue 7, .".. Thomah Uenhv H ii.-i.fi,
Wuj.fAM Aixintf Mii.iji, Agent
lake nolle* lhat 1. William K. Jarvla, Intend
to apply for permlialon to purnhaie the following dent-rlbed land: ( umiu.'in lug at ��� poit
plauted hi the H K corner of Lot 1474 aud mark
ed DOrthSSft corner, ibence west 40 ehalni,
thenee nouth, 40 ehatna. thenoe eaat, 40 cbalna.
thence north 4u cbalna to point of uommeticu-
inciit, and containing IbO acrea more or leu-
June 7,1907. William Bsem-tO Jakvw,
William Aumto MiLta, Agent.
Take notice tbat 1, Arthur Alex pitch ford, Intend to apply for pertnlinlun to purchase the foi
lowing dem-rlbed land : Cntmm-nciiiK at a i*oal
phiuted hi the N K corner of Lot 1474 mid marked H K. corner, theiuru north 40 chulna, tbence
v.-' 20 chaina, theuee aouth 40 ehalni, thence
Oast '20 chains to point of commencement and
containing 9o acres, more or leas.
June 7. HW7. Akthtk Aijix. Pitchkobo,
Wlii.hM ALUs*. MlLIJi, Agent.
Notice li hereby given tliat AU daji alter dale I
lnteud to apply U> the Hob  Chief < ommiamtoflar
of i ������'. t. and Wurki for permlaiton in pnreha-H-
thv follow lug tleacrlbetl tract of laud, altuate In
U'eat Kooteuay dlitrlct Commencing al a piait
planted on Placer rrei k. loar ll* i-oli llueiie.- with
Summit cr*wk, marke*! Margaret M. I *nn (,,��� u ��
N K rorner* lhamv noith *>������ hain- tlicit' e ��.������*���
Wl chalm, thence norlh 4" chaina, 'fltatl aaM B
(halm to place of ** :��� ��� ��� ment.
���re May, ;������ . Miixttir M   Lai-< klak.
William HAanoia, Agent
Hlxty daya alter dale I intend to apply to the
Hod. the chief Commtailoner of i-amli ami
Worka to purchaae ItOntnof land - ComniemiiiK
at a poll plauted on tbe weit ude ol '���'!.. ereek
od the wag'.ii road about 94A mlb��� fr-.iu Koot
en ay lake, aud market! Nell HcKet hnie i luuth-
weat corner pent, theuee ��e��t 40 chaiUK thence
north 40 chalua, thence ��� ��-'. 40 ilialui. llieore
aoulh 4���� ehalni to place of beglnulna
1 ���- at- 1 tbla Mei day of April. J ��� ���'
Nan. m< Kscaaia.
K   J   KLLIo-n, Ageut
I, the ���! ii'I.-t -ik il -I luleud alter Ml dayi toat'ply
l.> tlie Moil the Chief I 'onnnlaalooer of lAlida and
1 Worki for permualon to I'Utchaie the folloMtng
deacrlbe<l land : Commencing at a poal marked
T M .Sharpi 1 I i ,...�����*-���'. on Ihe wet there
of Hlot-au lake, atx>ut twelve tnlle�� from the head
of Hlocan lake, thenee weat 4U cbalm, Itawos
north t.' ehalna UMWM eaat 40 ehalni, IbMM
Ktulh along ihore of HIik-hu lake to iioiut of
commencement.
LoeslM May 4th. T. M.Hliiat.
Nelaon Ijtod Dlitrlct Dlitrlct nf Weil Koolenay
Take n*idlce thai Kdward Peters of Ymlr. Brit
lab -Columbia, o-crupatlon, miner, lntendi to apply (or permlaatoD lo purchaae the following
deat nbed laud: Commencing at a |mi��i planted
od the north bank of 1...-! era��-k, al*uui tbro*
mllea eaaterly Irom tli*> |i��o<it..n of \*t*\ creek
aim waTinon rlv.r, tn the Nelion laud dlitrlct,
thence north (io ehalni, thence wen i-. ehalni.
theoce loulh ��o chalm. more or le*.B. to Uwt
creek, thence eaat following laid erwk to ftnlnt
ol commencement, aud containing i-< -acrei,
more or leas
Dated June Mh. 1(W7 Knwutn Prtrm
Dlitrlct of Weit kootenay.
Take notice thai William David Anderaoii. of
Blrdar, occupation l.rldgemau. lutenil ito apply
for permmalnu to purchaae the following dent rib
edlandi: Commencing ��| �� |��oat planted a( the
north iltle of Hutnntlt ereek. marked h. W.,
tbence north J0 ehalni, tbence cast 40 ��� h*tini.
thence aouth Ai chaina, theme west 40cIih!ui
to i..out .d commencement.
William Davih Akhimun,
W. J. Hiutt, Agent
Nilmn I*nd Dlitrlct.   Dlitrlct of Went Kootenay
Take  DOttM   that   John   Phllbert   of   Nelion,
Urlllah Columbia, occupation, laloon Kaapar, in
tendi  to  apply   for   permlailon  to purchaae  the
following Oaacrtbad   land:   Conmanetni  at a
pttst planietl on the north bank U>n (reek, and
about two and oue .juarlar mllei eauturly i ...,
the iutiwtlon of l^mt creek and Halmou river lu
the Nelmiii land diatrict, thence north Ml chaina
thenee weit fio ehalni, thence moth no chains
ore or lean, to I ..m creek, thenee east following
Id creek tu polut 0|  cominenceincni   and ton
Nelion Land Durtrlot.  Dlttrfetol Went Kootenay
Takfl notice thnt Oeoift Rtnrrn, of Htlllnga,
MonUiiia, D. H, A,, oectiiialiou, merchnnt, lo
leudH to apply 'or perinisalon tn purchaae tbe
following described laud: Commencing at a
pout planted on the weat nhore of 1'pper What-
nhiLi) (Cariboo) luke, and at tbe north went corner
of ��� ol B180, theuee weat K0 chains, tbence aoutb
40 chutnr, thence east 90 chalm, ihenee north 40
chain-* to point of commencement, and containing HO Rri-.-ir more or leaa.
May gath. 1W7.  HkohokHtdsm.
Nel- i.n Land Dlatrlet.   DlntrK-t of West KootenaT.
Tnke notice that Wallur McNeil, of Hilling*.
Montana, u. H. a., occupation merchant, intcndH
lonpp|y for pfrmllllon to purchaae the following dt-Kcrlhed lamt: Commencing at a poat planted on the weal shore oMJpupr WliHlilian (Carl boo)
luke, aud ut tho northwest corner of i.oi mli'j,
(hence we��t 20 elinlin, thence norlb BO ehalna,
Hi.M.-e euMi an (fl'ilua, tbence lotith Ho thallia to
point of eommeneument, aud contalniox IM)
ncrei, more or less.
Mny -ilHh. 1*07. WaLTM MCWKIL.
I, the underalgiied, after M) days intend to apply to the lion, the Chief Commlaaloner of I��mla
ami Worki lo purchaae ihe lollowlng described
land: Commencing at the N.K. <;. of Ixit ISm
ti. I., thence west 40 cbultiH, tlicnce north 20
chaina, tbence aait 40 cbalna, thenci) louth 90
ehalni to point of eoinmeucement, containing Ho
acres more or leaa.
Locate'1. March 28th, 1U07.
W. A   Milui.
, more or Ten
John i*i-ii iEi;l
Nelaon l^and Dlitrlct.   Diatrict of W'e^t Kooteuay
Take notice that Prank   McDonald, of Nelion
Brlilih Columbia, occupation miner, lntendi to
apply for per mint inn ui purchaae   tho   follow lug
ill *    rll..,l   lainl* '      i   ..... ........... .   -   .. .   . ��� ...3
acre*, mure or leaa.
Dated June '.th. \'.-<.
ng aoo
Frahk McDonald.
Notice la hereby given that 00 daya alter date 1
intend toapply to tbe Honorable the Chief I'om-
mlnloiicf ol Landa and Worki for permlailon
U> purchaae the following deicrtbcd land, iltuatu
in Went Kootenay diatrict: Commencing nl a
pout j.ii-.ni' d at the woat boumlary of I ..i .inj (il
aud nil..ur 10 cbalna Mouth uf thcHouth tioumltiry
of the right of way of the 11. c. Houthcrn rail
wny, ami marked P. A. I"a lou'licail corner
th.-nce west 100 ehatim, thence norlh to theiuuth
Ixinmliiry of the rleht of-wav of II. C Honihern
rnilwHy. thence lollowlng mid boundary of isld
right (if way lu an easterly direction lo the west
boundary of Lot M2 (il, thence ������..mh to place of
BOnuaSnoUasnti  OOntntnlng   lUI acrei, more or
ll!IH.
Dated tbla 14th day of June, 1907*
Pa I'I, aOOtit! I'Al'LaiiN.
Nelion Land Dlitrlct. Dlalrlctof Weat Kootenay.
Take notice that Fdwanl Fraior. of Hilling*,
Montana, U. H A , occupation wool buyer, lntenda to apidy for permlailon lo pun-haw thc
followlng dStorlMd land: Commencing nt a
post planted on the treat ahore of "pper Whataiian (Cariboo) hike, and ut thu aouthcaat corner
of Ixit HISS, tbsnee west UO chsins, tbence atmlh
M) chains, thence eaat 20 chaina, thenee aouth 20
chaina, thence eaat 40 ehnins, more or leu, to tho
wcitahore of 1'pper Whataiian (Cariboo) lake;
thence northerly and weiterly along the aald
ahore 80 chain*, more or leaa, to point ol commencement,  und   containing .120 acres, more or
lesa
May KBth.lOO?
BbWAIlFI   I'liANKK.
Hlxty daya aflej date I purpoie mnklng itppll-
catlon to the Hon. the Chief Commlaaloner of
Lands nnd Worki for permliilon to purchaae the
following (Icicrlbed land: Commencing nt a
post   placed    at  tho   northen*t  eerncr of IL 0*
"klnner'i    nppllcatlon    to    inn.-l      umrked
"R H'a. N. W. corner pOMl" thunce billowing the
eaatoru boundHry of aald application 80 chains
aouth, thenco running wi chniiiH cn*t. I hen t-e ho
ehnliia north to (be aoulheru boundnry of K. W,
Hannlngtmr* uppl lent Ion to purchuic, (hence HO
chulna weal along name to point of commence-
'mi t, cuolnliilng I'd acres, more oi lean.
Dated 2nd dny of May, 11)07.
(Kigued) K   Hill ELI,,
per K.U. FAUguiKM, Ageut.
Hlxty dayi afler in�� l luto-nd to apply b
Mon Chief Comtnlaitoner uf Laud* and Wml
foi Mnolaatofl tO purchaae the folluvlbi si
MtiDM land in Weat Kooteuay dlitrlct ��� *.',
meuclnar at a i*oat marked A 0. S'i OorU*��l
ttoruer jxrit, running 40 cbalm eailerlj i/i||
the Imoiidaf y of Timber licence No. SIM.tliaMl
���<.iilb<rl) SO ehalni, tbence westerly 40 rkual
n.en.e n.-nhtrly .'at chains ab-ug tbr (' f I j
track U> the place of i-omntalicemrnl, roots
two hundrcf aere-i. more or leaa
i ....������  i tbli ��th day of May. : ���������
A. C. Bum. Locate |
H|xtr daya alter date I intend toapply uu
Hon Chlei Cummlailouer of 1 ���!-t�� n. ' ��� *-
to piiM-ha-, no -kt'-i of Lan<l located about e *
Muuilieaat of BiirKm | ('ointneucltig at a ;���*
planted at the ��oiitbweat coroer of ! ������: h;i ,-
marked O. A Hunter's soutbaaat corner, l
uorth 4" chalm, thence west JO cbalBl, t
���uulb 4o ehalni, fheoca easl JO ehiini f i*r L'
<-f l�� ginniug
UK-ab-d April a��th. 1WI. 0. A Hrmi j
per A. KaCLaa.AgtnL
Notice la hereby given mat 00 dayi aftsrdi* ]
luteii.l to apply to ihe Honorable llie Chief'ta!
...:..- of I -i,.]* ti! ! Worki for l- r'- . ������. vfe
pnrohaae lh<- ftdlowmg deaerll-'d tract etUfttl
altuate lu Went Kootenay dlalrtel t .iinuifi**Jl t*
at a j-'��l plaiiteni on I'laeer creek near iu m f
tineiice with Hummit creek, mark*-. Wllias|
Harbour'* N. W. corner, (heoc* aouth 4
lhanaa out *o rimui, thenee nonb *
tbence *nH'i abaln* to |>la< r of "in cirtu
��ird May. i *��� William lAsam
'..-t.. e :* hereby given tbat ��0 dayi alleril��M
iBUndtO   apply   io the Hou. Chief Coumustc** ���
of Ijiud* and Work* for  permlaalou to purttw-
the following letrlM   land   in Weil Kootrt*'
dlatrlet, on   wen   ihir�� of  Uiwer Arrow lafcr
adjoining N>t Me 4S4H. on tbe south     BlftlSej
al a i��ial raarketl "Harry   MeLswd'i N.I   ccmsjl
}>o*t and   tlaut"d   on the iborr of   I^iwer  Affl��|
Lake, at theioutbeaat enrner   of 'apt   *��������� 3
��� 4*.��ia.   Ihenre   weat  30 cbalna.   tbeuee  a'UttH
chatni more or leaa to tbe north boundary l 11
Kullmoret p. h , thencti Jo chatoa east IW|*
aabl   tH.oudar.   to   lake,   thenre north ��I<"I '���*
lake shore  JO chains,  mors of  leai to pc*f-*��;
(utnmencemenl.
May 2nd. lia/T. J. D. Mtxirt.
 Agant for_Mat!Zi**Jg=-|
MUtv day*, after date 1 intend Ui apply t�� ��
Hun.    Ihe   (hlef   CvmmUiloDer    ot   L*Dd�� u��
Worki. Victoria. U��  purchaae  1J0 acrea of w��l
l,H->t<-<l on the writ ilde or Arrow !**��� m '��� .'-^
dlr.eily ntirtfi of Lot "����: Commencing at *t*1
planted at the N, K. corner ot lAit l<Tt sod sis 1
e.1   "B. B  r*   K   corner." and   running north jg
chain*, thence weit JO  chain*.   Ibence   oortbl,
chaina, theme   weit no cbalna   thenre ���oiiU'l
chain*, thence eaal �� chaina  to polut of MP J
Ding.
April 23rd, 1W7. ������SSSU Hsahut
J. E. AHPASi-K. Agent
Hixtr dara after data 1 intone toappir to u*3j
Hon Chief Commlaaloner of Lauda and *<"JJ|
Victoria, B c . to purchase the fnllowlDi*!
scrltn-tl land. Htuaied in the Weit KootsBiM*!
trlet: Comnieui'lrig at a (>oal planted <lD**a
weal aide of Koolenay lake, near RMl*lt,'l
point, and markrd J MeKlnnon's rt. fc. ��rsrjj
jH��t, thenee wtit SO chalas. thenre narU*]
chalm. thence mil Si .halm more or leai W1*"!
shore, them* along lake ihore to point of cos |
meucetnent.
Dated April 4. 1W7, Hlgned J   Mrkl*
Nolle
.*.".- '���'
ollee I* hereby given tbat slltyda>��aMrr'��" ���
I i ii bnd toapply to the Hon (hlef < ommm**U
"I l-andi and Works for permlasl"" 1" t*urvT, I
the following daecrlbad tract of l����J ���it,."tlrf|
Weat Kooteuay dlatrlet: Com tne net n�� W ��P�� 3
plant**.! atxiut one half mile north Irom !"�����' I
hummlt creek, marked Jean ��� ��"" f,,;t * ", , '
corner, thviiee east 40 chains, thence mir�� ���
chalua, thenco weit 40 chains, tbence �����*"������ |
chalm to place of commencement
M May, liar; JmAMCAUMm
William Habu"' ���. A����,nl-   _
Notice li hereby given tbat alxty '!���!��� !jj|
date I intend to apply to the Honorable w I
Commlialoner of I ai,-i- an 1   Worka '"J P*^ I
laiol, ��� ii-.,1'. .1 in West Kootenay district ���
meueiiig st a im.*i planted on Biin.ni" r'
about one half mile northwest from '���*��"���?
e.U.H Mel,'* N K corner, thi nee weit 40rk
thenee  ninth   40 cbalm,  thenre eaal *" I'
CuniuiUainner of IaikIs and Wora* io ��^-j|
��� lull tu purchaae the following dc��crll>��-d ��9m* ���
land, iltualed lu Wuat  Kootenay district.   ��'     J
~__���,.._    .*    _      .    .���_...-.*     _���    u.m.mft   ' f"   j
mut J
rhsir��
 -, "theuee east 4n H'^ ;
tbence m>rlh 40   chalua Ut  place of B0B��a��" I
ment.  ..-
Jar.l May, 1WTJ. John 8. N�� UPff1"'
William Bahsoik, Agent-
Take  notice   that   Harry   Williams of ���^'���JI
B   C, rancher. Intends  to  apply for iK-rm1"'!
lo   purchase   the lollowlng described   IW��    I
Waal Kootenay dlstrlet: .   -4 ���_-.. Mtt*I
Commencing at a post planted sd a< tW w jj I
���Onthaut corner of Uit Us thousand ��'"��� "u.w I
red nnd eighty-live (N��), (Irotip op4��0). ��*; I
dlitricl, thence louth twenty (*���) SBwSt. w��?JJI
west one bondr��0 and llXtl (1WI) ehatna. tor I
uorth twenty (20) chaina, thence ea*t ens �� - |
red and alxty (IPX)) ehatna lo the point oi ���
incueement and conlalnlng H20 acrea. m��'�� |
leu.
Dated the I'.Mli dny of May, 1907-       ,��� .,,,��*
Harbv Willi*1",
I, the nnderalgiied, niter 00 davs i'',��'I1'l|,"nl,[i
ply Lo tbe Hou Iho Chief Commlaaloner on*     I
niitl Work*   fiir   permlsalon   to  purchase wr      ���
lowing  deacrlbcd  land:    Commencing aj �� f j
markvil  N.K.C, alluated  on   ttMW"*10,?Sm,I
Hlocan luke, nboul Iwenty miles from HI-hsii
thflDOa weat 4o clinlm,  thenee south no * ns     j
thenee  cual  40 chaina,   thence  norlh ���'""���_*. ������
Nhoro of  lake HO chains to point of conim"
Bkht Hiuar.
Banna WW Agen^,
Hixtydayaottordate i purposemaklnirapf'JJI
Hon   to   the Chief Commissioner pi 1*5'" ,���.
Worka for perinlailoii to purchase the '��"��*a
dcaerlbed land:   Commencing at a post p ��*    j
at thu norlhweat corner of lot4M��< 1 1R'"1    ',lft |
od -I'. McC's H K. carnt r post,"  "inning t p
HO ehalna north Ihenee BO chains weat,  tl" " [J I
chain* south, thenco HO ehalus  east. 1�� > "' , 0r
conimeiieeinent, containing MO acres, i����"
lesi.
Dated thisoth daf of May, i��ff. ��� ..���inrtl
(HianedJl'KTKH M^nl
 per P Jt. M(<:tn.u>cM. AgenL���,
Hlxty  daya alter dalo I lntond to applf {"   ()
Hou. Chief Commissioner or  Landa am   "^1
lu ptirt-liaae 240 acres of land, sltuato o" tg?ttot\
ably of Arrow lake, about two miles '"��*nirB"' Ilfr
Commencing al a post planted at the n r.*      A ���
ot L ftf.47, and maraud N. T  H'e N. W. cor " ��� , I
running eaat Ho chalm, thence aoulii -J   . .jni. ���
thenee weit 40 chaliiH,   thenco "��"!'' *,,-����� W
theuco woat 40 chains, tbonoe north 40 onan
plaeo of beginning, ...  ���,,���.
Burtou, April 'JlTrd, HW7. NSLUB T. BS��i
A. A. Bo��TO��, Agent.
ment,
LOOatSd May 4th The Daily Canadian
Prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
BACON We Sell
K Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is i^ean, Thoroughly
Cured and  Smoked.    Our Hams Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
NELSON, B. C��
I TIMBER NOTICES.
t'tiabd lUiltlel     Im-".. ' -.1 VV.,t  Kootei.ay
ttgfclWl'f- that   ��.e��rge   Alexander, ol   Ka*io,
��� 0�� eeeopit 1  < ���"   min*    r>. it ri ** i:.- r ,   i n lend ���*���.   W ni'
"""""Tr*1"1 Umber ii-'-nee nvrr the follow
Bk"I     I nnd:       < oOiuieiielttg   at   a   newt
���B ihe   northeast   corner ol  L-n   iuu6,
KXooU'Uay    l'l*lrlet,    thence    west    GO
Moith   40 ehalni,   iln*nc.    . ���m ������������
north  40 chain*  pi the point
and
. 1SW.
���oniainiug J40 acre*, more
Qaoans Asmsamiowa,
Hpd l>I*trlet.   Ulstrlel oi West KoOlauj!
lev thai  (���.���.ni,'.*   Alexati'ler. id KtflO.
batl'io ml tie inanag'T, lntendi to ap~
B��4'lNlUllllNtrl,r,'��"' "*"'' the fullow-
1    lauds:      Commeiielug   al   a trust
 _Jh*  the   aoutlteast   cornerof   Ud 1UU6.
*��>���>*.!��� KoolellH)       I'l-UIM        (l.i  ||i*.       lliirlll     M>
ennias,'ttiai)t ���    ���*, -t mwiiKii.j-,   thenee   miniiiHii
Mpore  east  ho  cbalna   to point of  coin
Pi aud  tonuimng  640 acres, more or
���font- '21. I'��f7 (.S'.iioK   AI.KI *Ml-gR.
Plaits*
I I*0<1  IM-'rl. t.    iMfctrii t of  We*!   K'��-tellS)
tjakeawUce tlinl '��� i.tk-e   Al.-xan.l.-r.   o!   Km-I��..
*. C;, Sempatto:. ni I n��* inaiiMKi r.   niieinl-  to ap
^SjMclal timber J b-eiirc ..vet   the   follow
Bflhed    Uii'l-        i oin lii'ii'ing  m!  a    po-*t
ft!    the   soiith-Hil     t.irriei     nt     J...I     Hli',,
I   1,     KiX't"*tia>      l-i-.tM.-t       Ihenee     noilS SO
li-lfcenee    i'1-l    '���" . Iiaiii-.    t!.el..e    mmiiIiRO
H^nce   weit   fit)   Challll   to   the   jH.iUt   of
���Bent, and   conlitiulng 4m�� acrei. more
]'.��
<*KOto.K  ALKXAMIKK.
LSBd  I'l-'-lei.    LlMHet of VVt-at  Kootfimy
pOtlCe  that    u;.-     A.elHMdel,    ,.f     ICulO,
""ipauoii tiino   iiirttiHK'1.   ililenda   to ap-
Tjecial UmbOf licence over tbe   follow
[bed   laud*:    I utnmcKi ing   at   a   imut
at   t1"-   northeast   corner   of   !..-!   1'* i.
lenay     hlMlrlet,   thenco   writ   40
nnuth ]0O   '-IihIiih.   iheuce   i-asl 4o
north i.-'   chain*   to  tbe point ol
t,   . :������!   coiitHlnlug '����� . acrei, more
1. 1W7.
������eoki.k ALKXANhXK.
lAnd hlatnet.   lUilnct ol West KooU'tmy
ISSiOt|<'>   thnt  '.eorgi     Mciauder,  of  Knalo,
���OWpalloii tiiln- lottiiHger.  iniend-   to up
"fceclHl   ini.li. r   Weeiie,- ,,M-r the lollo-.*
Hbed   landai     Cutnmem-tng  at  h  j...--
the   ���QUtbUmat   ��� ......-r   ��� ���!   .*-��� nii.n    lit,
7, K.-.T. :i:�� - hlftrht, Hi. in ��� north 40
Ihe aoutb Uniii.Uf. ul the Indian
Ihei . ��� cast about 10 chain* to th*
���brm-r of *aid Indian Ke*er\e. thenco
_a��in tlu-nc-t- eaal about 70 ehalni "���
���pundary of i.ot 911, ibence aouth ��>
*-��tne west NO chalm lo the i-:ni of
flnent, and   containing 6Ui acrea, more
Jtlllv �����"..  I*��l7
in - -.1    -nisi-ii..
��� llfS tsind  I'lMrli I     iHMrlet of Weft Kooteuay
Takamntb'e lf.nt   George   Alexander,  of Ka*lo.
���. Ca aeSm-HtlMl.  Till- malinger.     ]|lt.-||.j|s   to rt|.
klftoraSSV'    "     Hint-"   I     heelire    i.Vi'I    tbe   (..1I..H
UM[ SefMiW't   laud*        "ouimeiiciiig   hi   h    pom
D4anlM St   the   illl'TM.-U-.!!   of   the  north
lirMaaSi. Tnwmbip 7. u..,,
""   ^^BM* "I "be Indian K
.lue of
Town*blp 7, kootenay    l'lntrlct, iml
thence mutt.
tbence eaal about 70 chain* to tbe wi'M
iff  of   L>1 Ml    tbence    Uorth   HU   chains,
^^t about 70 chain*  to the point ol coin
t, and coutainlug '<*��'  acre*,   more or
June .r:, \#r,.
linmoi alexakdkk.
Land Dlatrlet.   District ol West K'H)tenay
aVGv.nfaupn-h.ii mine umnager, intend* to ap
fit ISf nepeelal tiiiib.-i llceiu-e over Ihe follow
tsaj apecrll-d hinds: Couini. mint: nt a post
-������--���-4at the   inters.- tloti   ofthCKoiith   Hue of
i%, Towmhip 7. Kootenay i>i*triut, and
^jllde ol tlie Indian  Reserve,   theme east
at70 sbrt In* to ihe w.-m   iMoiudiiry  oi Lot St.',
- See north Ho    ehains    to   the    oouth    hunk   ot
__��t    river,    theme    wr-lerly   hii   i Imln*  along
aontkJdanli <>l <>oa( uver   to th-   hcM line oi -md
I S6,  the hue Mouth   H>> chain* to  point  of
noetueut and i:ouialtilng S*0 acres, more
| Juue 21, l��n.
'.I...I-.   ������'   \il.UMIK.
id Dlitrlct     Dlalrlctof West Kootenay.
Take D>>tl< . thnt '..-urge A b vamler of Ka*lo,
B. Onewnpati"ii nunc ruaniiger, intend* to ap
���If jfcf a *peclnl tltn her I tee lice i.V.'t the follow
lag lifter!!., d lands: Commeucing at a post
Pliatafl at tin louth we*t coruer ol Un -ti, (J roup
X. KsOteiliiV dt-.nl. I, thenee south KNI ehrtlliH.
tneaeeeaM *" .hains to the iiortbeHsi uorner of
tlM Indian i-serve; tin-nee north a bout Ml ehalna
to Ooat river, theme wenterly along tbe *oiitb
bane Ol * """ i " ei itl.nni   !��� cIihIiis to ihe aoutb*
^MPtoi-T of Lot 101; thenoe north about .s
|to Hi.���   uorlhwcHl   corner of   *ald IaiI 4tfl;.
it  about li,  ehalni  to  the  aouthwcit
...( s'ji.   thence  north abonl aft chain*
Peotilbeait corner of Lot SW. Ibence went 40
) the polut of commencement, and cum
KO acre*, nmiu or leaa.
tun.' .rr, 1**11*7 'ikoii..k Alkxandkh.
aisanei
Leoa
Notice   I*   hereby    given    that   SO daya
e I Intend to   applv to  the  Chief Com*
r, of   1.1.ml   aud   Worka,  for  a  npuclHl
��� cnl and curry timber from the   follow-
Ibed land*,  situated   on   the  ���Ottth-tSBt
of  Nil 111.>ii   river,   in   the   dlitrlct  of Went
"ommemlng al r poat placed about
fSrds west of Ko*e 1 . h[ creek murked "It. M
"^^*a  norlhweit   corner,"   thenee  W) ehatna
theuee HO ehnins  euat.   thence KO obaliiH
thence HO chains  went   to  place  of  coin-
led .
11 the llth d��>
H
tt Juno, 1907.
M. Bbkvks, IxK-ator.
otlee  la  hereby  given    that M dr-tya
dale I intend 10  Hpplv   to the  Chief C
Lund*  and   Worki,   for  a npc
Ull-
eliil
i cut and carry tlmbor from the foil ...
Jtscrltied   landa  illualed on   the  HouthciiHt
|tf the Halmou river, in the   dlstrictof   Went
ay:    Com no m i:u; at a post placed ubout
Srds weit of ROM l^-af creek, mnrked "K  M.
No.  2 southwest   corner,"    theuee 80
north,  th.nee su  chain* eattl,  thenceSO
aouth,  thsnOS80  chain* west to place of
^eiiceinent
M on the 10th day ol June, 1907.
It. M. Kkkvkr, Uicator.
Helaon I-mid District.   District of West Kootenay.
Motlcc is hereby given   that   thirly  days  alter
datal. ���'   1'  ^wedberg,   of   Nelion.   H. C , miner,
Intend to 11 ppu   to th''   Hon   the Chief Cniumli-
������Nior of  I.mh.i>  and  Worka, at  Victoria,  for   a
HJJMal   lleensu  lo cut  ami   carry iiway  limber
nn  Ihe following deierlhed laud*, situated ou
^BUDtlt creek, In the Went Kootenay district :
Hafn. l.~ 1 omraeiicitiR  at a poat marked J. V. k'i
.Maiber   limit,   northeast corner post, located on
;#��et   lork   ot Hummlt creek, about 2 inllus from
Main  creek,  thence   running  south  90   chatUH,
tbence  running went 40 chains, Iheueo running
���Brth 40 chain*,   thunce  west 40 ehains, thence
i^Wrtb HO ehains, tbence   running cn:-t -an chaina,
Benre runulng  louth  40 chains, thenee east to*
alns to plate of comincncemcut-
Datwd thla 6th day of June. 1W7.
J. P. HwaiuiRKti. Locator.
|3N'-. 2.���'"ommenelng   Ht a po��i murked J. >'. H's.
iibi't* Hunt, northweat corner pout, located ou
it fork of Hum ml t ereca, about two rnlleu from
creek,  tbeuee   running aouth  80 ehalna,
 '  running  L>asl HO chain*, thence running
nnh  Kn clinin��, (hence running west 80 chains
10 pbve <>f cnuinienceuiciit
I JJalud the lilb day of June. 11)07.
J. 1*. Hu hhiiKiui, Locator.
Nel*o'i Land Dlitrlct. D|*triet of Well Kootenay
'lake notice that Walter Kdward*, of Ferguson,
It. l occupation cook, intends lo apply lor a
���i' ���".. ��� t.i ii��*, licence over tbe lolluwiug u-
crltMMl lands: C(��mmenclng at a poet planted
1' * mllea up a creek running into the head ol
Cariboo lake, tin the east side of CsMImio lake
and marked '-Walter KdwardV norlhweit corner." Ihenee louth Wl ehalni- tbeuee eaat HO
ehuiuN. thence north *J chains, Iheuce west 80
chain* to polut of commi;ncement, aud coutalu
Ing '.tn anise, mere or less.
Dated April'/7tb, 1Vi7. Waltkk Kowaxim,
by his agent F. 0, M ��������������......
NeLson Laud Diatrict Dlilrict of Weit KiKiteiiay
lake notice tbat Waller Kdward*. of Ferguson,
H ('.occupation cook, inlenda toapply tor a
���SSctal timber llflanna over the 1-wUowtn-ff des-
c/llc'd land*: C'ouimciielng at a poit fi1, mil-h
np Mevens creek und a L( mile eail Irom A.
Kvan'*  corner  |K.*t No. 9, aud   marked   "Waller
Kdwards ��� northwest  1  ih-i,"   thonce  east
4>i cUhIii*, theuee louth 160  chain*,   theUce   weit
40 chain*,   tbence  north   H��o  chains  to  point <jf
commeucemeut, and containing MO  acres, more
or ]�����**.
Dated May SOtb, 1907. Walter Kuwakd*.
by his agent F. C. Man.mso.
Nelion I*nd Dlitrlct.   District of West Kootenay
Take notice tbst Walter Kdwards, of Ferguson.
B. C. oecupnttoo cook. Intend* to apply lor a
special timber liceuce over the following <les-
cribed land*: Commencing at a ������������������i plautcl
about a mile from Ihe bead of C'arlbiH) lake and
one mtle ea*t of *aid lake, and marked "Waller
Kdward'i ���OttthWeal corner," thence north 80
chains, thence > ���<���! SOcbalui. tbeuee aouth 80
ehalna, thence west 90 chains f. p-dnt of commencement, and containing &40 acres, more or
leaa.
DaledlMay aoth.  1907 WaI.tir  Ft>wari>s.
by hi* agent V. t:. Mannisu.
Nelion Land Dutrict.   Dlatrlet of We*t Kootenay
Taxe uotlce that  Arthur K. Kvau*. ol   Beaton.
It. c., occupation cruiser, inteud-i toapply fore
ipc'-ial htnlicr  licence   over   tbe   following   dei-
< : ii.ed   lands:     t'ommenciug  at a post  plauied
al��.ut 6 milei up sieveui creek  runulng into the
eaat aids nf Cariboo lake marked-'A. a. avan'i
aoutbwL-it cornet post," tbeuee north M> chaina,
tbence   east HO  ubalu*.    tbeuee   soutb HO chalua.
thence  we*t mo chain*   t**  p dnt   of eommence-
uieut, 11 ii i contain nig 01" acrea, more or leaa.
Dated May mth, 1W7. AETiira K. kVANs.
by bis agent F. C. M a-. - :���...
Ni>tlce la hereby given that thirty daya after
*9*ta 1 Intend to apply to the 11 on. the Chief Cutn-
mlaelonnr of Laud* and Worka for a special 11-
I'l'lirv to cut hiiI carry awav timber troin the
following dewTlbed land* iii Weat Kootenay
dlitrlct: CuuiniencliiK at a poat planted on the
north bunk of Jen Mile creek, about one mile
ami a half from HUtcan lake, marked H. II 1'ltta'
northwest corner post, iheuce ca*t IHO chain*,
thenee south in i-hains, tbeuee Weal 160 ehalni,
thence north 40 cbalm to place of commenoe-
inent.
Dst4d thttVth day of Juue, 1907.
II. H. Pirre, Locator,
A. W. .-Ti'Hiix. Agent
Notice la hereby given that thirty days after
date I luieud to apply to tbe Honorable
Chief Commlaaloner of Land* aud Works at
Victoria. B.i;., for a *pect��l license to cut and
carry away tlnit>er from thu following described
land* In West Kooteuay <ll*trlct: *^mmcnulng
at a poit planted on the west batik of Hmelter
creek, about oue mile south <if thet'ity of Nelson,
theuee MMitti H*�� chain*, tbence weit 80 chain*,
thence north 80 chain*, thenee eait 80 chaina to
place of commencement.
Dated tin- llth day uf June, 1V07.
0, 0. Clark, Ix>cator.
D. H. oin, Agent.
Nelson Laud District. Dlatrlet of West Kooicnay
Take notice that John Fbllbert, of Nelson,
Brltlah Columbia, i-aloon keeper. Intends to
apply for a ipecjal timber liceuae over Ihe foi
lowing described landa: Commencing st aApnl
plan'cd about three miles up the tint iWlil
hand branch of IaiiI ereek and about five miles
dlitaiice and tu a southeasterly direction from
the Junction of said '.o-t creek au<l the south
lork of Hal mon river lu the Nelion land diitrlt'i,
theuee north ��0 chalm, tbence eaat ho chains,
tbence south HO chain*, iheuce west 80 chains to
point of commencement, and coutainlug 640
acres, more or loss.
Dated Juue Utb, 19U7. JoilN  I'ltn hkkt.
Nelson Laud Dlitrlct. Dlntrlct ol West Kootenay
Take notice that John Phllliert, of Nelaon,
BillUb I'olumbU, saloon see|air, lntenda tu
apply lor a ipeclal tlmtKT Itceiiae over tlie following described lntidi: Com in t uclug at a poat
idautedotithe uorth side of Loat creek about
*ix mile* distant nnd In an easterly direction
trom ihe Juncllon of Lout crot-k and tlie louth
fork of Halmon river in the Neltton land dlilrict.
Ibence weit ho chain*, tbeuee louth 80 chains,
Iheuce cast Ho cliaiu-. theuee north HU ehntni
to point of commencement, ami containing <lo
acre*, moru or leas.
Dated June Ulh, 1907. John I'lllLHRRT.
NeUon Lead Di��lrlct. District ol Wert Kootenay
Tako notice tbat John i'hllbert. of Nelion,
Hrlliih Columbia, ihIoou keeper, lntendi lo
npply for a *pecini timber license over the following described lauds : t'ommenciug nt a t*oat
planted on tbe north ������"!.- ..M n*-t creek about
lour mllea distant ami in au emturly direction
from the junction of *al<l Lost creek ami the
south fork of Minion river in the NeWon land district tbetie. unil BO ehalna, thenee hou tb 80 chains
thcucc easl ��0 chain*, thenco north HO chaina to
point ol commencement, and containing M0
acre*, more or less.
Dated June filth, 1(J07. JOHN  1'HILBBHT.
Nelson band DlltrtOt DlatflCt of Went Kootonay
'lake notice thai John I'hllliort, of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon kta'per, intends lo
apply lor a special timla-r lieeuio over tbe following dworlbod land! : Commencing ai a post
about one uud onedialf mile* up thu lira right
band branch of Lolt ereek, and about four miles
distant and lu asoutheasierlydlrectiou from tho
Junction ot mi ul Lom a eek and the south fork oi
Balinon river lu tbe Nt Ihoii laud district, thentre
north Ho Qhalns, tbeneu enst 80 chain*, thence
south tio chalUK. Ihenee west So chains to point
of e-ommcncetnenl and coutalulng M0 acres,
mote or leas.
iiiii*-d Juttfl ISUli 1007. John I-iim.hkk'i .
Nc1m.ii I .uud Dlitrlct. Dlalrlctof West Kootenay
Take notlco that lohn Pllbert, ol Nelson,
Brillah -Columbia, salmm keeper, Intends to
apply for a special timber license over the following described lauds: Commencing at a post
Ehinted ononi two miles up tho right baud
ranch of Lost creek and about four miles dli-
taul and iu a southeasterly direction from tbe
Junction of said Lolt ereek and the south fork
of Balmon river in the Nelson land dlstrlet,
thence soulh HO chains, ibence eaat 80 chains,
theme north KO ehatna. thence we*t HO ehalna to
p...ni of commencement, aud continuing 640
acres, more or le*s
Ditlcd Juue 12lh, 1907. John I'hii.ukkt.
Nelson Land District. District ot Weal Koo'cttay
Tako notice that John I'li'lbc t of Nelson,
llrltlsh Columbia, saloon keeper, 1111011111 to apply lor a special Umber licence over lite following described land*: Coiniuenelng at a
post planted on the north side ol Lott ereek and
about four mile* distant and lu au eusterly
dlfMtton from the Junction of *ald l."-i creek
ami the south fork of Salmon river In the Nelion land dtltflCt, thenee i ast HO chain*, ihenee
���011th hu chains, theucu weat HO chains, ihenee
north Hi) cbalm to the point of commencement
and contiilulng CIO acres, more or less.
Dated Juuu 12th, 1907. John 1'Uilbkkt.
PLAYED GOOD CRICKET
Nelaon   Elevan   Won   Easily  From Trail
Representative*���Strong  in
Batting and Bowling.
Thf crlckrl match between Trail and
NclHun yoaturday, dihj.it.' thi> aoimiwhat
tja-Hy vlciory acured by the* Nelaon team,
was un interesting match. The Trail
loam were not quite the eciualt* of the
Nelaon men in batting, none being a��
powerful hitters, were far behind in
bowling, which Ih Nelaon's atrong point,
and ho]M*)rHK|y out claimed in ttie fielding. Nelaon'H fielding prevented the
Trail b-iioiiii-ii from getting the runs
they might other wine have dyne while
the ..niii's of the Nelson men were increased by the chancea lat slip by tho
men of Trail. Fielding, In cricket, of
course, Ih not comparable with that in
i��us. hall. In cricket 10 men cover juat
ihic-e times Ihe ground looked utter by
Nelson Land I>i*tiict.  district oi Weat Kootenay.
Take notice that William Andrew Kom, of
Ferine, li r. hotel keeper, lntenda to apply for
p. Ht-win I liiuh.-r lloenoe over the following de��.
er-'b*-d .nnd*:
No. 1 -commencing at a poet planted about
three mites north of the International boundary
Hue, and about eight miles weat of the Kootenay
river, and about two mllea north of the nortb-
west corner of timber licence No. HUtfl, tbence
north ao ebalns, thenee east SO ehalni, thenee
south 80 chains, thence trust Hochaine to point
of commencement, aud containing 640 acrea,
more or leaa.
l^ocatea 12th lune lftt/7.
No. 2 ( oiuineiieing ul t i��im planted at the
southeast cornerof William A Ku-a'i No. 1 claim
and about two milaa north o| tbe N. W corner
of timber li-ciiee No. W1B7. tbeuoe uOrtb St
chain", theiuw weit HO chains, tbamce south 90
cbalna, theuee eaat 00 chaina to the point of 00m-
uieuc-L-ment, and containing 040 acres, more or
leu.
Located 12th June, 1907.
No. 8 Commencing at a post planted near
BrldffS creek, about one mile east of the north-
cast corner of William A. Kosa's No. 1 claim,
and about five mllea north of the International
boundary line, ibence north M chains, thence
well 40 cbaiua, tbence aoutb (tu ehalna, thenee
catrtl H chains to ihe i-lut ot commenci-men*,
and containing 04'< sere**, more or less.
located Uth June, l'A/7.
No. 4. ���Commencing at a poat planted near
Itrldge creek at tne noutheast corner of William
A hue No 3 claim, thence north 00 chain*,
theuee easl SO chains, thence soutb SO chains,
thence west 90 cbalm to the point of commencement, aud eontalulng M0 acres, more or leaa.
Located i-'th June, 1907.
No. 6 ���Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge creek, al the aoiitneaat corner of William
A. Hum' No. 8 claim, thence south so chaina,
thence weat M0 cbalna. thenoe north SO chalm.
iheuce enst SO chains to tbe point of commence-
uiefit. and contalnlug 840 a*:re��, mere or less.
Located Uth June. I0U7.
No. ��'��� i.iuimeri' -ig at a post planted near
Bridge creek, at the southeast corner of William
A Ko***' No. a claim, tneuce soulh 80 chains,
theuee east SO ehalni, thence north SO chains,
thence weat SU chains to the point of commencement, and containing fi*) acrea, more or lesa.
Located 12th June. i>7.
No. 7.���Commencing at a post planted about
one mile south of the southeast cornerof William
A Hobs' No. o claim and about two miles north
of the international boundary line, ihenee north
"���" chains, thenee weit M0 chains, thence south SO
chaiui, thence east no chalm to the point ot
commencement, and containing 040 acres, more
or leaa.
Located the Uth of June, 1907.
No. 9, ���Commencing at a post planted at tbe
���omheast cornerof William A. Koas' No. 7 claim.
theuee north SO chains, thenoe cast 90 chains,
thenoe vouth 80 chains, thence weit 80 chains to
point ot commencement, and containing 640
acrei, more or less.
Located the l'ith day of June, 1907.
Dated tbls&th day of July. 1907.
William Aitoaaw K0*-.
Nelion Land niitrlct District of West Koolenay.
Take notice that William Andrew Koas, of
Ferule, B. C , hotel keeper, Iniaads to apply for
a special timber licence over the followinc described lands;
No. I.���Commencing at a poat planted about
five miles west of the Kootenay river, on Corn
ereek. In the District of West Kootenay, and
being about six miles north of the tnteruatloual
boundary line, and about two mllea weat of tlm
ber licence No. 6646, thence south 90 ehains,
thence east HO ehains, thence north 80 chalm*
thenee west (to chains to point ol commencement
and eoutaiulng 640 acres, more or less.
Located 15th June. 1907.
Ne .2 ���Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest cornerof William A Koss' No. 1 claim,
thence louth W chains, theuee west SO chains,
Ibence norih 80 chains, thence eaat 80 chains,
10 the point of commencement, and containing
64t> acre*, more or less.
Located 1Mb June, 1907.
No. 3���Commencing at a pott plauted about
two miles west ol the northeast corner of William Ross* Nn 2 etalm, thenoe aouth SO chains,
Ihenee eaat 80 chalm, theoce north 80 chain*,
bene, west Ho chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 e<:rcs, more or leas.
Located 15th June, 1907.
No. 4.��� Commencing at at a poat planted at
U10 northwest coruer of William A.Kosa'No. 8
claim, thence norlb so chaina, thenoe west no
ehalni tbence loutb 80 chains, thence eaat so
chains to the point of commencement, containing 64U aciea, more or leaa.
Located 1Mb June, 1907.
No. 6.���Commencing at a post planted at tbe
northwest corner of William A. Ross' No 3clalm,
theuee south HO chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence norlb 80 chains, tbence eaal NO ehalni to
the point of commencement, and coutainlug 640
arret*, more or less.
Located 15th Iuue,h>i7.
No. 0. -Commencing at a i>ost planted about
two jjllea west of the northeast coruer of William A. Uosi' No 5claim, thenee south 80 chains,
thence east HO chains, tbence north So chains,
theuee weat 80 chains to tbe point of commencement, und coutalntng 640 acres, more or less.
Located 1Mb June, 1907.
No. 7.���Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest rorner of William A. Roas' No. 6 claim,
tbence uorth 80 chains, thence east hu chalm,
theuco aoutb K0 chains, tbence west SO chalm te
polnl of commencement, and containing ttio
acres, more or leas.
Located 16th June, 1'kit
No K ���Commencing at a po*l planted about
40 chaina south of the northwest corner of William -V. Kor-s'Nn 6 claim, theuee north SO chains,
thunce west 80 chains, thence aoutb 80 chains,
thonce easl 80 obalns to thu point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more or loss.
Located 1Mb June, 1907.
No '.�� -Commencing at a post planted about 40
chains south of the northweat corner of William
A Ross' N��. 6 claim, tbence south 80 chains,
thence west Si chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chaina to the polB* nf commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Located 1Mb June, 1907.
No 10-Commencing at a post planted about
two mile* west of the northeast cornea of William A Robs' No. 9 claim, thenco south SO chains,
theuee east SO chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence west HO chains to the point of commence-
ment, and containing 640 acres, more or leas. *
Located 15th Juue, 1907.
No. 11.���Commencing at a poat planted about
two miles west of tbe northeast corner of William
A. Ross' No. 9 claim, thenee north ho chains,
thenee enst ho cbalm. thence south SO ehalni,
thenee weit HO cbalna to the point Of commencement and containing t>40 acres, more or leaa.
Located 16th June, 1907.
No ia. ���Commencing at a post planted about
JO ehalna routh 01 the northwest corner of
William A. Kiss' No 10 ��� -laim, thence south H>
chains, thence went 80 chains, thence norlb Hi)
chains, thence oast SO chains to point ot coin-
iiiiiiecnu-iit and containing 640 acrei, more or loss
Located IM 11 June, 1907.
ko M -Commencing at a post planted about
20 chains south 01 the northwest eorne of William A Ross' No.*-10 claim, thenee north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, tlience south 80
chains, theuee eastHO ehalus to the point ol com[
in cue. in--ii! and coutainlug 040 acres more or less;
Dated this 5th day of July, 1007.
William anphxw Ross.
eight in baHebull and only one man of
that IU ia allowed to wear a Klove to
nrotect hla hands in catching a far
tinnier ball, uauully hit with far greater
force. There were several liita yesterday over the fence although Coppen's
hit over the grundstand of last fall on
to Ihe main fair building still atantla unequalled.
The biggest Bcore for N��'Ison was
made by H. B, Wade, who compiled a
good score, including one six and four
fours, totalling 40. J. B. Morris alno
did some good work, knocking up 19 In
a few minutes In company with A. H.
Ferguson, who made 17. thug demoralizing the Trail bowlers In the very beginning of the game. Neither C. Botirke
nor A. H. Coppen completed their turn
at the bat, the score having reached
100, at which point tho innings was declared finished by Captain Coppen although not half *>t his men were out.
This was done because Trull had only
scored 46 in their innings.
Trail was in hard luck starting the
match. Crozier Hourke was in exceptionally good form and was well backed
by (he field. During that innings he
took nine wickets for Iff runs. Mason
was not as fortunate, suffering from a
strulned arm, but the excellence of the
bowling of both is sufficiently demonstrated by the fact that In the flrst 14
overs of the innings seven were maidens, and of the remaining six on which
runs were scored the total obtained was
only 18, three only bung debited to
Hourke.
In Its second essay Trail was hardly
more fortunate than In the first, making
a total score of only 60, leaving the
Nelson boys only a few minutes to play
to win the match with lots in hand.
The Trail team was delighted with
their reception In Nelson and declure
tliat Nelson will finds Its hospitality is
appreciated when the return mutch is
played tn the smelter town. There
was a large number of people in the
grandstand throughout the match, many
emphasizing the fact that cricket and,
hockey, on the showing of the last
three years, were Nelson's strong points
in athletic Bports. In fact. Nelson has
only three defeats in important mutches
during the laar three years.
Trail���lat  innings
B. E.  Welter,  b.  Burke     5
C. A. Milligan, run out   5
D. Carhman, c. Wade, b. Bourke ....11
R. 8. Day, b. Bourke   1
E. A. St. G. Smythe, b. Bourke 0
F. Day, c. and b. Bourke   16
P. Butler, c. TreglUus, b. Bourke  1
F. W. Guernsey, o, Coppen b. Bourke 1
E. Morgan, 0. Partington, b. Bourke . 0
A. N. Skill, not out    0
T. O. Blackman, b. Bourke    0
Extras  '   6
Total    46
Nelson���1st   Innings
A. H. Ferguson, c. Guersney, b. Weller 17
J. B. Morris c. Guersney, b. Weller.  19
D. J. Elvery, b. F. Day     9
E. Mason, b. MUllgan     1
H. E. Wade, c. Cashman, b. K. Day . 40
C. Bourke, not out    12
A. H. Coppen, not out       0
Extras     04
Total    102
A. Tregillus. C. T. Partington, Judge
Forln and J. Tea^ue did not bat.
Trail���2nd Innings
A. N. Skill, run out    5
F. Day, c. Bourke b. Coppen  0
D. Casnman, not out  4
B. E. Weller,  b.  Bourke    11
C. A. Milligan, b. Coppen      9
1*- a. Day, b. Coppen   9
P. Butler, c. Uourke b. Coppen     2
E. A. St. G. Smythe, \*>. M,k��n,    4
F. Guernsey, c.  Tregillus. b. Coppen ��
T. O. Blackman, c. Partington, b. Coppen      0
Extras    05
Total     60
Nelson then went to bat with Coppen
and Bourke, whose tnnntngs had been
Interrupted In the declared portion cf
the Nelson game and the necessary 5
to win were secured without the loss of
another man.
The bowling analysis shows the superiority   of  the  Nelson  men:
Runs     Wick.       Aver.
Bourke   37 10 3.7
Coppen     24 6 4.0
Mason     32 2 16.0
Teaguo       2
Weller    37 2 18.G
R.  Day    37 2 18.5
Milligan    47 2 23.5
F. Day    30 1 30.0
Morgan       3 .. ...
Nelson I and Dlitrlct. District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Kvan McClelland Kraser, of
Pernio, B. 0 . cleik, intends toapply for a *i'ceiai
lieetice   over   the   followinc    described   lands;
QofUasnolna at a ]>ost planted about seven
mites west of Ihe Kooteuay river, and about one
mile north of Iho international boundary line,
and about one and a quarter north-easUrly from
the north-eaat corner of limber licence No. 8067,
tbence south 80 chains, tbeuee west 80 chains,
thenoe north 80 chains, thence east 80 chalm to
point of commencement, and containing ivtu
acres, more or lens.
Located mh, of Juno, IWJ.
Evan M-rd.iELLA.s KKasKH.
Dated thli 8th of July, ltN.7.
Nelsou 1.mid District.  District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that William Andrew Koss, of
Ferule, B C, hotel keeper, lutends tu apply tor a
Bpeciiil timber licence over the following described lands:
No. 1.���CommencinR at a post planted about
80 ohalus east of thu northeast corner uf timber
licence No. HOTS, and about 80chains north of the
northern boundary of timber licence No 8072,
and anout 1C mllcn west of the Kootenay river,
and about two and a half mllea north of the .international boundary Hue, in the District of
West Kooteuay, thence south SO chains, thence
west 80 ehnins, thence north B0 cbalna, thence
east 80 chaina lo the point ot commencement,
containing M0 acroj, moro or less.
Ijnca<ed liih June, 1907.
No. 2.���Commencing at a poat planted at the
northeast coruer of William A. Ross's No. 1 claim
and about one mile north of tbe northern boundary of timber licence No. HOT J. thence louth 80
chains, thi nee east 80 chains, thence north 80
ciialns. thence weal 80 chains to the point of
oummencemeut, aud contains M0 acres, moru or
lttt��.
Located Uth of June, 1907.
William Ami>ukw Ross.
_ Dated thls_Mh of Ju'y, l��r7^	
Notice lfl hereby ��i veu that 60 dayn after date I
Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of lands and w orks for permission to pun base
the following dene rlbed lands, situated In West
Kooteuay dUtrlct: roniniciiciuK at a postmarked by name an Initial post of tbe South Fork
braueb, one hundred feet from the Junction of
Lost creek with the south fork; tbence one-
quarter mile to the northwest corner post, thencs
one mile to thu northes^ corner post, tbence
on.- .iimiter mil,, to the southeast corner post,
thenco one mile lo the pUcc of commencement
jnneVfi lt*07.        Located by W��, Connolly.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nel��on. B. C.
Lighted by Eleotrioitr and
Heated by Hot Air
KATKH  CI   PIR OAT
Lenre and ''omfortable Bedroom, end Tint'
cla,��Dltiin* Kootn.   temple Boom, tor Commer-
eul   U.u
 MB8. t. C.CLABKB. Proprletna*
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. E1UCKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court House
and Fostofflce. Nelaon. B. C.
Tfemont House
Xnropean and American Plan
Meals 36 eta.    Rooms from J6 cts.'to fl
Only White Help employed.
HALiONK   ft   TREGILLUS
Baker 81., Nelson Proprietor*
Battlett   House
gko. w. RARTi.rrr,
Proprietor.
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Ber U tbe Flneet.
White Help Only Employed.
Joeepblne St.
Melton. B. o.
Royal Hotel
MB8. WILLIAM  KOHKKTB,
raoraimni.
Rate* |1 and $1.60 a Day.
Special Rate* to Reiralax Boarder*.
Athabasca
Saloon..*
CORKER
BAKER AND
100TEHAY
STREETS.
Moet comlorteble quartern in NeUon!
Only tbe beet ol Uquore end Clgan.
BILLIARDS. POOL.
MARTIN   IVEN8
JNO.   PHILBERT
A. McDonald & Co*
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple aud fancy Groceries
Butter, Eggs.
Oamp and Minera' Supplier.
Notice to Delinquent Co Owner.
To Charles G. Slmpaon, or any other person
to whom he mny hare transferred hla Interest In
tho "May Blossom" mineral claim, situated on
Brown Mountain, two and a half mllea south-
west of Ymi , In the Nelson Mining r>lvl*Ion,ot
West Kooteuay District, and recurd-ad In the
Recorder'! ofHoe, for the Nelion ImvImihi.
Yon and each of you are hereby notified that
I have expended two hundred and live dollars
(205.CO) in labour aud improvements upon the
above mlnural claim In order to hold the same
under tbe provisions ol the Mineral Act. and If
within ninety days from the date of this notice
you fall or refuse to contribute your portion of
the expenditure, (which 1�� one hundred and two
fifty dollar��* (llo-J.fiO) tor tbe two yeara ending
nib May. 1907.) together with ah costs of adver
Using, vour Interest In the aald claim will become the property of the undersigned under
dec. 4 of au Act entitled: "Ac Act to Amend tbe
Mineral Act, 1VU0."
Dated at Ymlr, B. C , 16th May, 1907.
JOHN F UABBOTTLK
INOTICE
Notice ll horeby given that the WatUburg
I.nminT company ha* applied to His Honor the
Lieutenant (iovernor iu council, under thu provisions of the "Klvers and Htreatna Act," for the
right to Improve Rykerts creek, io the district of
Wi-it Knntt'iuty. British Columbia, by removing
the obntructlona therefrom and straigbU'tilng
tin* bunks thereof, and lo construct dams, boomi,
slides and chute*, and mnkenuch other Improvement" as may ba necensary for the driving snd
rafting of ln*Bf and thr limiting of timber thereon
Tne lands in l>e afl-.M'ted are goverment lands and
Lots .->i and -Vi, uroup 1, Kooteuay district, and
the tolls that are proposed to be charged. If any,
are such a* may be fl xed by a Jndg? of th* county
oourl ol Went koolenay.
Dated thiH27lh day of March, A, 1). 191X7.
WATTHBHRO LUMBER CO.
NOTICE
In the matter of au application for tbe Issue of
a ii'ipli. ntv uf the Certincaieei of Title for Lois 11
and ia, Block &4. Town of Hllverton (Map ��74);
the Mm i li ', of Lot H, Block S, ��� own of New Denver- at.d l.i.i 1, Block VI and lot tt, Hlwk 80,
Mi'Ulllivray's Addition to Now Denver (Map bbl);
Noltcu U hereby glvan t tia. It is my lnteutluu
to t--in- at tha expiration of on-a month from the
the i'i'-t publication hereof dupllcatea of tho
Certificates ol Title to the above deaorlbed landn
In tho namo nf Itcnrv Hheran and Harrv Hhcran,
which Certificates are dated the mh .nine, I WW.
the 4th of October, 1894, the start. July, 1895, and
tbe i'.'ili January, iH'.m, respectively, and are
numbered 2021K, 10447A,78ac and SSttK, respectively
II. F. MACLEOD,
Dlatrlet Registrar
Land Registry Oill-e. Nelson, B C
 Mth. May.lW7.	
INOTICE.
In the matter of an application lor the Issue of
a duplicate of tho Certificate ol Title lor Lots
16 an 1 17, ��i*ck W. Town of Nelson.
Notice Is hereby ctvcri that it is my intention
to Issue at the expiration nf one month niter the
first, publication Ini.'.'i a duplicate of th i Certificate of Tltlo for r i- above Lota lu the name of
Frances .-. Day, which Ceitlfleete Is dated the
19th September, lS'.W, and numbered 'JSBOK.
Land Reglvlry Office, Nelson, tt.t\, 13th .lun��,
1907. U. V. MacLKOI),
District Registrar.
We have ttoo of the ��L W. C, block rooms,
Suitable for Offices, Vacant
Apply at once,
Brydges, Blakemorc & Cameron, Ltd*
3 Improved Ranches Fot Sale
On Kootenay Outlet, between Nelsoa and
s Procter.   Choice locations.   For particulars
inquire
T. Q. PROCTER
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
MADDEN  BLOCK, WARD 8T.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Aetes
of the
Choicest Fftftt Lands to
BfflUUI COnM&lDia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get tbe ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,
Nelsoa, B. C.
We Have For Safe One ot the Prettiest Homes In
Nelson, Sttoated tn Fairview, Close to the Cat Line
Large 7-room houae. Stone foundation and first-clara collar. Complete water eystem. 10 lots under cultivation and planted In large, bearing fruit tree*.   Thi* I* a enap.   For particular* apply to
STUBBS  ��St  PITTS-i
FRUIT  LANDS
REAL   ESTATE
lent
Ty the
FRUITVALEI
GOOD SOIL
NO 8TONE8
EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION (Dally Train*.)
ABSOLUTE TITLE
EVERY TRACT SURVEYED
EVERY    TRACT    ACCESSIBLE
EASY TERMS
Something for th* practical man.
Juat Investigate!���That I* All we
a*tc of you; and you owe that much
to youra*lf.
Kootenay Orchard
Association
WARD St.   -   NELSON, B.C.
GOOD TIMBER
orr  1600   acre*,   south   of  Burton   city,
for sale.    Aj>ply to
The M. & W. Land Co., Limited,
ALTONA, MAN.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Soc. G. E.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL  LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office: Bealey Building.    P. O. Box 434
Baker St.. NELSON. B. C.
F. C. GREEN       F. F. BURDEN        A. fl. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Gvil Engineers, Dominion and British
Colombia Land Surveyors
C0R.V1CT0RIA h. KOOTENAY SIS.. NELSON. B. C
r. 0. Bex 145   Phone 241 B.
CANADIAN
PACinc
RAILWAY
Summer Excursion
.... Rates East
FWOiVn INBLrSOlN
To Winnipeg $46*20
To Port Arthur. St. PaoL
Dulath, Sioux City
$52.50
Chicago $64.00 Montreal I
Toronto $78.50 St. John SM.00
St. Louie $60.00 Ottawa $82.55
New York $100.00 Boston $85.50
Halifax $10140
On Sale July 3, 4, 5.   August 8, 9,10.
September 11, J 2, 13.
First Clan Rocratf Trip, 90
Days Limit.
Corresponding reduction* from all
Kootenay point*. Tickets available for
lake route Including meals and berths
on lake steamers. Through rates quoted
to any statioi. tn Ontario,'Quebec or
Maritime provinces on application.
B. J. OOVLK, J. 8. CARTER,
A.O.P.A..V*ncoaver. D. p. A., Melton
IN THE   MATTER  OF "THE   PLANS
CANCELLATION ACT, 1906,"
AND IN THE MATTER OF the plan of
the Townslte of Robson, part of Lot
Three Hundred and One (901.)
Group One (1,) Kootenay, of recore*
in the Land Regl��try Office at Nelson a* "626."
Tekc nnii.... the! nn tho 0Mb .ley ol July, A. I).
11X17, at the hour of 10:8u o'clock iu tho forenoon,
Ht the Court Houao In the city of Mellon. In the
Provltico of Hritlsh Ohimhle. eppllcetlon will
Ik) marie to the Judiro of the County Court of
Wi-.t Kooteney. by tbe Columbia end Kootenay
Hallway am*. Navigation Company for an order
that the plan of the aatil Townslte of Robeou, of
record at Nclpnn, In the Province of Brltlab
Columbia, aa "6 t>" be cancelled, and that the
applicant mav enjoy the lands comprlaed with-
In Ihe said Town site free from any easements
or rlejhts of any person to open any lead or
lanes, street or streets^ iquare or squares, park
or nsrks acroe*, within or upon said lands.
Hated at the City of Nelaon, In th. Irovlnce of
llrltlsh Columbia, iblsZltb day of Jan., A.D.,
Bin,
MACDONALD & BALL.
Agents for Lougheed, Bennett. Allison. Taylor
Sl MeLaws.   Solicitors and agents lor tb.
Columbia St Kootenay Railway A Navigation Company, applicant*.
To MAKTIN  Mc MABTIN8,
and
To K. BILL & COUPAMY. The Daily Canadian
CAIN   YOU   SEE9
Do  Vou   Know  What This  l*��    ���
It Is the Royal Standard Hying over al my camp. Willi a good, ordinary pair of eye* II Is plainly vtaible. If you cannot we ii come down
tu my office and  gel   Btted ��i'li   proper glasses,
WE  ALSO   HAVE   BINOCULARS
$15   to  $60.00.
J. O. PATENAUDE
MANL'I'ACTl'UINO
j-e\v-ei^l.-:*��....
Watchmaker and Optician
*>�������������������������*���������������*.���* ������������
SPRING IS HERE
SUGGESTING
HOUSECLEANING     |
J Our Stock is Complete f
SOAPS,  SOAP   POWDERS,
AMMONIA,  LYE,  Etc.
J Here are t*o Soap Specials:
^23   3lb.   BARS   HOMESTEAD   $4.5C '���
>T2 BARS GOLDEN  WEST for $2.75
fBellTradingCo.j
iThlii .lore will be Closed Every Thursday ���
4>      Afternoon In June, July ami August       *>
*������������������������������������������*������.
INOTICE
PRCNINS AS!) GRAFTING* carelully attend
to. Apply
HAKRV  WILLIAMS,
Kilver Klne Betel.
ll
Curiosity Shop
*���'IO      want to buy or sell anytblng,
uie Old Curiosity  Shop.    A new
If -of  Japanese  Goods   now   on   sale.
eo ' alnds of Diunerware In stock. Pat-
-verns.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
10 Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
JTernis.
Wsdaile & <��
Next Door to Hank of Commerce.
SAMUEL A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
All Kinds of Heating Plants in  Stock.
SANITARY  PLUMHING.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooera Hou��e.      Tel. 181.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders will Und it to their ad-
vwituge to uiie our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweep-
flnrj, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning  Stove*,  etc.
JACK80N   RADCLIFFE,
1��1   E����t  lUker 8t. Phone  No. A114
Out THURMAN MIXTURE
it manufactured Iron) t0�� iliioft totwopOj "on-
rt|n ii< ���! iiii'l ���'.��� w  -w ���:������:���:.      It'll mil'], lull
flavored and cool.   A tobacco you
ought io try.
W. cA. THURMAN,
.Tobacconist.   Baker Street.
MEBTIIVas
Socialist Party meet* everj Friday
ev :i ii.K at f> i> in., in me iUnera' I nion Hall
AJ1 are invited; any one allowed to take part in
tht- iJ-ciifttcB.   l\ Austin. Secretary.
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
\d^a*kk?k%
��.*>-       '
Cor.  \ <.f! -.��.* .   au..  W aril  fitrtwls,
.���NEi-sors. t*.��.
Kirs. A. T. Garland and the .Missis
Garland, Kaslo; J. K Rose, Bonnington;
D. St. Denis, SJocan; J. Jackson, Calgary; \V. H. Davidson, Panaboro; T.
W. Btorey, Winnipeg; P. W. Lyon, New
Vork; M. G. Douglas, Minneapolis; B.
Hill, Toronto; K. L. Rice. J. S. Oilman,
Iowa; W. la. Beokwith. Spokane; R. \V.
Stagner, bailey; I. Scott, Farmer; W.
H. Kelly. Vancouver; I. B. Kriger, Portland; A. J. Martin, Kamloops; J. W.
Schofni. r. Trail; J. P. Uabcock Victoria; W. W. Wilson, Cariun; S. \V. Miller. W. Manhart. 0. C. Schultz, R. C.
Banner, Spokane.
r,~
-^
Patronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
Best Located Hotel in Nelson
Apartmenti Elegant*   Onltlno Onolostc
Civility aud Clt*aulintB��.
BnperritMd by proprietor and wife.
ICI   ON   PARLE   FRANCAIS
C. A. Chase, Tellurlde; A. Winalaw.
Beatott] C. S. Cronin, Milwaukee; Trail
Cricket Club; C. H., Reynolds. Trafalgar; T. D. Becker, Calgary; Bishop of
Saskatchewan and Mrs. Newnham,
Prince Albert; H. P. Stow and wife.
Greenwood; F. hunch, Vancouver; D. J.
Newton and wife, Minot; C. J. Hooper,
Spokane; 1-. A. Walker, Chicago; C.
S&ngster, Rossland.
QUEENS
J. Ratnbrick, M. L. Burton, Vancouver; D, hunting, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs.
Wood and family, England; C. Gooch,
Slocan; Mrs. I. J. WuUord, Kaslo; D.
Graham, Grand Forks; C. Brown, G. P,
Waldo, Clifton; A. Machie, Boston; C.
Edwards, Fernie;  T. J. Graham, Ehojt.
GRAND CENTRAL
J. Mackenzie, H. Roseberg. T. Mill-
roy, Rossland; A. MeLeod, Moyie; J.
Simpson, Wardner; M. Harding. Gam-
bre, Victoria, E. B. Miller, Republic; R.
Ciichton, Moose .law; W. Linton. .1.
Linton. J. Richrdson, Winnipeg; D. E.
Dye, Kokanee; D. ,1. steel, 49-Creek;
C. O. Van Camp, Shields.
ROYAL
\V. F. Lemon, R. Rawhouse, Salmo;
T. II. Duncan, Winnipeg; W. Gould,
KliiMHton; H. Syman, Crescnt; J. Y.
Young, Calgary; J. H. Phlnney. London.
BARTLETT.
J. R. Mar��ton, Slocan;   S. C. Heming-
on. Rossland;  H. Bacon, Arrowhead.
THEMONT
C, Morgan. Blue Beilf J. CarHcadd*-n
KMlo; .1. M. Browp, J, Snialjwood.
Beasley; .1 Shea, Sidney; J. J, Coward.
Dnl'on. -I Dalton, P. Unit on, VV. Mnt-
ihiws, B Borans, S. Stinson, Creston;
W. ('amy. H. Koss. Cranbrook; G. W.
MeLeod, Rossland; A. E. Jones. Everett.
S. S. FOWLER
Mining;
Engineer.
NELSON,
B. C.
Piano  and  Singing Lessons
Given  by  Mr*.  Winter  Every  Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playlnK
nnd Hinging. Certificate from Trinity
Collage, London. I0ng., for fheory of mil-
mIc. 8cholarnhip of the London OonMT.
vniolre of MiikIr for iilnKlng and piano
playing. Addrea* Box 796, Nelaon.
LOST.
I'AIH  1)1' IJAKK Bl. IS UOGGI.KH, nn   IskcT Ht.
Will    flu.llT     |.|i>. ���.!.��.,���   II,r   III   ,.1   II,,    11,1,4...,    .
Buy vb.re ��n,I rei'-ivc ,', reward.
WANTED.
WOMAN MIKURNKKAI. B 0UIBW0 HX. ..'hllia-
man employed. Mrs K. H. Inutile, HoovtT HI,,
b*tW**D V a. n   anil ] p. in.
TO LET
TWO TlXWV-iJUAM KOOnri, MSSQ heated
i-i v li.Mui ki'.'i��-i, 3rd flat, K. VV. C, block.
Ap.
R.   M.   R.   Drill.
The last drill of No. 2 company,
R. m. R., before the annual Inspection,
wi'l he held in the armory thia evening.
A lull attendance la requested.
Closed   Down.
Thu Kootenay Belle, at Sandon, has
closed down tor a Tew days to install a
new gasoline motor. There are now 10
men employed at this mine and Mr. Net-
tleton, the lessee, is highly pleased with
bis summers work.
I, O. O.  F.
Nelson Odd Fellows are requested io
meet in the lodge room at ti: 16 sharp
to proceed t"-1 the cemetery tu decorate
the graves of deceased brethren. Visiting members and members of the Re-
bekah  lodge are  invited.
Painful   Accident.
Jack Fraaer, son of Fred Fraser. gold
commissi oner, of Revelstoke, had a
rather painful accident while up in
Paradise valley with a survey party a
few days ago. While on a log he slipped and fell on an axe, cutting his hand
very deeply across the palm. There
were three doctors in the party, but
being without chloroform the hand had
to  be  stitched  without  its aid.
Ontario   Day.
A suggestion to the fair directors that
has met with approval in many quarters Is that a day or part of a day during the fair be called Ontario Day, to be
followed by a banquet in the evening
The promoters think that such a move,
to be followed in succeeding years by
a Maritime Province Day. Quebec Day,
Prairie Day, Native Sons' Day, would
do much to foster a spirit of Canadian
unity.
Record   by  Homing   Pigeons.
On Sunday morning last a (light of
22 pigeons of the Vancouver Homing
Club were flown at 7 minutes past 5 by
Win. Morris, from his residence at Revelstoke, the birds covering the distance
of ;i"l> miles in 7-% hours, all reaching
the Terminal City before 1 p. m. "The
birds, when the baskets were unstrapped, took a southerly course, crossing
tbe foothills of Mt. Hegbie before they
commenced their (light west. Mr. Morris has been very successful with homing pigeons, having made some excellent records with his own birds. The
next homing will take place from Gla-
(ier. The record gained on Sunday Is
remarkable, the time taken being several hours shorter than on any previous
occasion.
Ley-Blaketnore.
The Victoria Times of Tuesday contains the following announcement;
"This morning at Christ church cathedral the wedding took place of Mr. Richard Halse Ley. son of the late Co], Ley,
of Trebarwiih, Reading, to Miss Jessie
Marcla Ulakeniore, daughter of Mr. William lilakemore, of this city. In consequence of the recent death ol the
bridegroom's father, the wedding was a
very quiet one, only relatives and a few
intimate friends ot the family being
present. The officiating clergyman wa:-
the Rev. Canon Heanlands. Miss Gladys
Blakemore was the bridesmaid and Mr.
A. W. R. Wilby acted as best man.
After the wedding the party drove to
"Thu Bungalow." Cook street, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Langton. where
the wedding breakfast was served, and
tbw Uauuy Lttt.it* left by thts l o'-ui**<*-.u.
boat, en route for the Kootenays, where
the honeymoon will be spent. Those
present at the wedding were: Mr. W.
Blakemore, lather of the bride; Mr. and
Mrs. Blakemore, of Vancouver; Mr.,
Mrs. and Miss Sherwood. Miss f.'Iarici
Blakemore, Miss Barbara Blakemore,
Mr. A. W. R. Wilby. and Mr. ami Mrs.
H. F. Langton.
The Store of Quality
Preserving
Berries
$2.00 per Crate
Fresh in every morning. An
excellent chance to get your
preserving fruit at a moderate
cost.
CASH  TALKSATOUR  STORE
Rob. NL Hood & Co*
K. W. C. Blotk  . Phono tO.
For Sale
50 ft. Corner,  HouBton  and ward, $375
50 ft. and  C��bln,   Mill,   near park, $275
Residence���Centrally located, near ata-
tlon; *lx room., and bath, electric
light, water, sewer.
AI*o bu*lne*a property, factory sites,
etc., etc.
P. B. LYS
REAL  ESTATE  AGENT.
Wtat Baker Street NEL80N, B. C.
FancyBiscuits
We have the nicest
assort me lit of
Fancy
Biscuits
in town.
A BIG  ASSORTMENT AT
25c per lb.
C. A. Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine Bts.
PHONB7
WE HAVE
White China
For  Decorating
AND   A   COMPLETE   STOCK   OF
F'ry's Colors
Plant's Gold
Brushes
AND   EVERYTHING   REQUIRED   FOR
CHINA   PAINTING.
W. G. Thomson
fS^""'  Nelson, B.C.
Phone 94.
PERSONAL.
Anthony Anderson, of Victoria, was
in the city yesterday.
F. J. Deane, of Ihe Dally News, Is nn
lltered at the Hotel Drlard. Victoria.
Missis Lena and Stella Hamilton, of
Winnipeg, are visiting friends in N.isnii.
Nell McKay, M. L. A., will be a passenger for Halcyon Hot Spring* this
evening.
Mrs. Garland and daughter*, of Kaslo,
are visiting Nelson, and registered at
the  Hume.
Dr. Mcl>;rnild, of Drandon, accom
panted hy his wife and two daughters,
is in the city.
W. H. Hoss, It*. I>. P. for Kcrnie, is
in Victoria on business ouuuooi��<* with
his constituency.
nt. Rev. J. A. Newnham, bishop of
of Saskatchewan, and Mrs. Newiihain,
are guests at the Slialhcoua.
J. H. Schofield, M. L. A., of Trail, In
In the city today. He will leave for Halcyon  Hot  Springs this evening.
J. J. Swain, a foi mop mldeail of Victoria, and for the past <hree years trade
Instructor at Clayoquot. Vancouver
Island, has arrived In Nelson to take up
Ills permanent  residence here.
Well Pleased.
'���'rank Nott. Archie Hishop and K.
Hell returned last evening rrom the
Cost They speak highly of Ihu treatment they received at Seattle.
Sentence Will  Be Carried Out.
Tbe department of justice will not
Interfere In Uu sentence or the court on
lames Dale, und the murderer will suf
rer death at the han.Is of the exeeu
tioner on July 18.
Lawn   Social.
The garden party on Bar. rather Al
ihoff's lawn, under tbe auspices of the
ladles or the church, liegan this afternoon In spite of the Ihrealejilng
weather. A large tenl lias been eriotad
on tha ground*, and though fair weather
Is hoped for. the partj will be proceeded with In any event.
Conservative   Meeting.
The executive of tbe Interior Conservative Association will meet tomorrow
evening at Haycyon Hot Springs. Matters affecting tbe association will he
discussed, and urrangments for oxlond-
Ing ihe organization win come up for
consideration. R. H. Leant* will repie
sent Nelson aBBOt.iailoii at the meellng.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Fratt,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
omoii
N. E. cor. Baker   and   Ward   Sts.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
��� mill   Ki-iail Deftl-LTi lo
Fresh and Salted Meats
Cain|> ��� n;i]ilh .I on ihottatt imtict* and
loweHt price. Nothing but   freafa and
wh-ilfHonio iiM'utHund nupplt*8 kept in fttook
Mull ORUn MStlVt nurnful attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
.TTEraan
Is Pemoymed
FOR
ItsSce/se&y
Its Business Energy
AND
3 to Consider
24 LOTS, an excellent block. $500.
Easy terms.
5ROOM HOUSE. Hoover St., splendid
gardon, fruit trees, etc. $1,500; one-
half cash, balance $15 per month.
6   per cent.
6 ROOM HOUSE, verandah, garden, one
and a half blocks from car line.
$8 50; $375 cash, balance easy.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER   ST.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Afsni tor Trtwoott LMUMbai
aii<i Patsr-bora ��'��ooes.
Kllicit I-ot ��l Hi>��tx in B ��'.
H.   L.   LIINDSAY
Kiiiii.,1 Josephine st.     M   aim
pTRUIT
JARS
Half Gallon Jars $1.75
Quart Jars - $1.50
Pint Jars   -   -   $1.25
J. A* ffiVING & CO*
Telephone 1(11.
HOUSTON BLOCK.
Dr. Tolmie's New Dut.es.
Victoria, July It.���Or. 8. F. Tolmle.
who, on July 1st. resigned the office of
provincial rati ll In.'iry InBiieclor lo ac-
c> j.t ihe olllce of live stock inn|>e<tor
under nr J G Huthurford, for the Dominion ���orarnmant, hits entered ui>on
IiIh new rtntlaa, and Is now etiKaiied 1,-e
lurliiK to farmer*. In the Interior of the
mainland on subject* partainlng to the
rtiMiie, und Oar* of horses and cattle,
lie hits Inapected the newly established
<|uuiuiiilne station on the International
boundary line between liriiish Columbia ami Idaho, which han been placed
In charge of it locul  Inspector, mid will
be utiii/.'d to prevent diHcuscd aninsaia
from enterliiK this province from Hit.
United .Slates. At the present lime a
larfa DUmbar of horses are being ship-
ped Into llrltlsh Columbia from the
other side of ihe line, and the Inspectors are now equipped with the proper
facilities for detaining diseased horses
ami returning them to the United
States.
1UAWIN
SOCIAL.
Under the  auspices  of the  Ladles Aid
of the Church of Mary Immaculate
GROUNDS  OF
FATHER ALTHOFF'8 RESIDENCE
Afternoon and Evening
FRIDAY. July I 2
ICE   CREAM    AND    STRAWBERRIC8
BAND   IN  ATTENDANCE.
KODAKS And A11 Accessories]
��� (Fresh Stock Twice a Weeki
This is the season for taking photos of
Kootenay s unrivalled scenery.
TOURISTS,  We can supply you with
anything in the Kodak line.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phone  81
For  a Stylish  Suit
lluilt to Fit tbe Figure itinl   Ki^-p Iu Shape Not Only the Kir��t
Woak   You   Weur  It,   Hut   All  the Time       (*��t   It   Made  by
Tayi.ok &  Mcyt utiiii:.  the Reliable 1 'nilora, t.f Kooteunr.
Absolute   satisfaction   guaranteed    or   money   refunded.
TAYLOR & McQUARRIE
High Class Tailors, Baker St., Nelson, B. C.
N��MMMWMW<WM��MMW����>**%**<**<*l��MW<W*>l
j
THE LAST
SHIPMENT OF
SEMI-READY
J.  A. GILKER
MAKI;H SrRBST, iN|-;i^S<>.'N.
STARKEY & CO.
VVhoiaania Provlalorut,
Produce, - K'rult.
__
Oovernment f-Tflintl/ One Pound Bfetoka received weekly (mh ftom Ih*
churn.    For wile by all l.-n-liUK (rrocttr*.
Ollioe mid warehouse .  Iloustou HI. > k,    I'lioue 78.
Josephine Street.        ...       Nelson,
. B.C.
Spring ia Mere
We have prepared for this season by passing into stock all the
requisites for the rancher, gardener or householder.   Spades,
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Spading Forks, Tree Pruners,
Tree Sprayers, Small Garden Tools, Etc.
Prompt attention  paid  to  letter  order*.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.
1NBUSOIN    IROIN    WORKS
'��. A.  ISAAC
R.  W.   HINTON ���
liNdlNI-liUM    AINO   CO-NTHACTOR8
POUNDIJR8 AIND
MACHINISTS
"���WfiM "iX\a ,''"t>t,''''i'^i^.'"i'-,lm<J >v'��H DMiMluh.   Sheet M������'
V%���,r.k. Mlnlnaai'iTMIII Machinery.      Manulauturera <>'
or*  "Were.   1^.   Irf.    Cnntruulora'   Cere.
Corner ol ll., I and
From huuvUj.
NELSON,    B. c.
Ko. ��oi im
A.Q. LAMBERT ��&CO.
"""0" L��mbe*, Shingles,
AND DEALERS IN ,     0 ,
Lath, MoukiinjfM, Doors, Windows.
Turned *Wor*k nnd Bruckata.
VBHINON HTHIilfl'
Mail Order* promptly aHanded i��
M tl ni >i>. u. c.

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