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The Daily Canadian Aug 24, 1907

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LIIMK   2.     NO.   70.
Fbptt Crnts a Month
tanadian Mint Involves
Annual Loss
luce -iibert Ballot Thieves Returning From Exile to Get Ready
for Next Campaign.
In a faw wo*
ka til.
Mdlin branch of the Royal Mint will
peadj tor business.   Tha building M
pletad, with    the    ��allH    uncl    ""'
indH. win have com close >n><'i" MM.-
The equipment,   furnishings and
iiucrj  will probably brims tha bill
,.,���.,,:. *.,,,;.   over  Imlf    n    milHi.n.
I il,.- ofllceri luiv.* ulrcuily been
ac. .I.   The Canadian master of the
1, Mr   li*.mn. Mutts nut with a sal-
al j;*.**���""- and Ihe contract provides
Increases t.. ��6.600.    Mr. Cleve. tha
rliilenil.nl. 1-  BOW  liaid  $3.5011. but
later receive $4,600.    Two foremen
lllarli a of $1100 to atari with and
life  ul  increase.     Those   four   olfl
will thus  draw    sonic     $11,500 a
��:tii certain aipana��i additional.
,-. it ma) surprise  the   reader  lo
that $U^00 a year Is moro than
avcraite ainunnt paid by the Doinln-
|for the iiiamifiicture of all Ita coins.
t anil bronze (hiring the lust twelve
Hi airaiiB.inent wllh the Hoyul
n England Canadian Hilvcr coins
manufactured al  9 lier oent  of the
value     As  the   average   quantity
icil h��s been abonl ��-'u.l.l����l ll year
pint Of tills service was $('..(IUU   Dur
last three yean the nuantlly of
r cohia    Iris  Iks'u     nnieh     larger.
*lnK rIkiiii     $600,60*0     in     conea
and   Hi.*  exportation   ol  I'liited
silver and   the     return     to    the
ury of worn money.    Hut even  In
* years tile average yearly outlay
only tlS.tlilll, to which may Ue, ad
11.0110 or $2,000 for cents. At most
uv. tai-i* coil nf ooinini tha sliver.
e or nlckd reiiulred In Canada for
years to conic would not lie nun.*
$20,000 to $30,000���or about twice
i.-ii a- iii,* country will pay In sal-
* to lour officials of the Mint.
e interest charge un  the co��t    of
mint ui tin*  present   rate,  will  be
000 a   y.ar      Miiliitenaliec   anil   re
ln-at. light nnd motive power will
unt tu a large sum, ur thoRe mat-
arc mnnaged In public buildings
tawa. A force of meclinnlcs, most*
i'iikIii from abroad will he em
id. There will he tlie usual large
ol Becratariai . stanocrapham,
Im. portera, and doorkeeper*.    Alto
er tin* annual charge, without slnk-
tnnd, win probably run over $100/
Ail tor tin* pot-fiu'mnncc of u ser
which han heretofore coat Iho coun-
l'ni* than Jin.min n year.
t* trili* Hint Mr. I'leldlng Rllpp.u-led
"iliii proposition hy pointing out
laflre was only llfty rents worth id
r  in   every   coin   of   a   dollar   face
making $100,000 worth ot profit
linage,    lint this dow not
tile   ipicHllun,   llecause   tile   profit
1 lien received without a (' unailliiii
If tlie   $100,000   profll   llllll   gone
I1"" tiiltit Iii Kngland tha minister's
Pliant would him* bam smitui. Bui
mll't In England only took lis :i
"ni*.    nnd the Canadian govern-
ht has nlwnys llllil tho  rest.     Ah the
ln,ry only payB the :i  per oonU te
I Mid (.|lr���|n(,��� ()f ttu, cnnudliin tiilnl
F come out or that,
moral   interesting    Immigrant*, or
i r repatriated Canadian! have re-
���ti> nrrlveil In ||,|s (.,���i���|rv. These
����� group of     Prince   Allien   poll-
nis who some two yean ago held
*..��." """ '""'lh "f the Baakab
���wan town,   n win be ram-unhand
k    f    .,',' P^ltChewan elections, pur*
��� oi omoiala, some ���r thtffl Dominion
li (Ii'sih'T0 ."""' ""' ,0 tho unorgan-
P dls rl,.|���  t��� aon-a-uql   the   elections.
��� iJ, ,J'r","'1 w"*' ,)llllot boxeB nnd
niu,,, '", "x;*"""��t order, and i,
mmoui vote ,,r wo to u r���r tht gov
;('rw,.,r,,n"l,,,,nl"* �� w���� discovered
lis wero   y "l0 OPpoaltlon parly  Hint
liirac't   '.m   '''',l' """ ,hnl ""* l��"
fj,"1.'1 001 g��� within hundreds
l��VRitdn�� i0"" ''""^'naled district
I th m, '" " oan,P ��" "���" l"*nirle
* n*?��n.ln.*.a?'ftnuraotMrt-*1  "  v��>"'''';
* -"ol ,** "*" ���,"""*''��� P��t In ballot
J��� nam,e marking nil for the gov-
������ .���,'''������'���"���"    nnd     willing Ihe
'���������"%       w,!n '   ���""*"**     T'"*"     ""*>
"Inr n,,���  *   ".    '"    "vcrythlng    ns
una rocolvod their ruwnru.    II
wsiB a beautiful arrangemenl uud gave
the giiverniiienl eniidldate a majority,
though In- was behind In the remainder
of his constituency.
When the plot was discovered tho local representative of the department of
justice took no action, lh- seems to
have I n Battened. Hut private parlies progeouted and then tht local re|s
i-esi-ntalive of the I-loiiiliiloii Minister of
Justice appeared for the defence.
Some ol the parties on his advice pleaded guilty and were mildly lined, the
machine supplying the money. Several
( tilers departed to the I'nlted StatoB.
These perpetraton of frauds, perjuries
and forgeries have now returned to
their old results, am] are doubtless prepared tu render Farther service to their
party    in tin-   approaching   Dominion
The Marine and Fisheries department
ls Btrnggling with its bookkeeping, it
haa a gniiil many high priced bookkeepers und clerks lull they seem to have
got things into a had Jumble. About u
>ear   ago   the     minister     engaged   Mr.
'Kenneth  Palooner. a    professional ac-
ciilintant, to supervise tlie work of pin
ting Ibe hooks In shape. He was paid
$l'i a day for his service, and by April
i.f this year he received $$,871 though
lie hud not marly finished bis work.
I'll** department sent to New York for
two other experts paying each of them
$78 a day. Slill more expert work was
required and Mr W. F. Itussell wus
pa*:.] $.r>n st day for 10*\i du.vB, (I. K. Kuw-
c *tt $5(1 a day for s days. Iwo other
gentlemen $'KI a day each for 70 days
work, stlil two others at fifi a day. one
ut $20 a day ami ten atthe rate of $15
a (lay each.    The total hills Incurred In
this bookkeeping school down to April
of this year was $23,000 .--nd -he mln-
1st er at that lime stated thai the ���"'. . ���
work would cost  $80,000 io $88,000. The
Marina department is om* out of a large
number and the government was not
utile to explain last session whether the
others  were   in   any   better  shape.
The real trouble was the marine department lias nut been so much in kee|s
Ing the books straight us In keeping
Straight the transactions of the depart-
in. nt. It was not had bookkeeping that
loaded down the Arctic with her grotesque Hudson Hay outfit, and supplied
iho Montcalm ice breaker with thousands of dollars worth of silver and cut
glass. The hook keepers knew hotter
than pay the American middleman Mer-
win two or three times the right price
for steam engines and other machinery
mode In Canada. It is not Ignorance or
stupidity that has made the marine de-
pni-tmeiil Hie hunting ground for plunderers nf ali sorts, and has swelled the
oxpendUure In ten years from a little
Over one million to aboil* live million
dollars. The departmental Is.oks may
he made richt. hut something more than
expert acciitintants Is required to keep
nut   t!i.   rrafter.
Coke    Shortage   Threaten,   to   Destroy
Industry  in  Kootenay���Stock
Market   Quotations.
The mining situation during tlie week
has been dominated hy the coke problem. II the smelters are forced Into
idleness ninety per cent, of lhe mines
must follow suit.
Meantime, however, there has been
some progress In the district, lhe chief
centre of renewed activity being at
Sliviiton where preparations nre being
made for operation of the Hewitt mine
on n large scale.
Tho slock market for lhe piiRt week,
when considering the Impossibility of
o iiiniuniciitlng wllh the stock centers
In the Stiites. has bean fairly nctlvc,
with prices firm and In ninny cases
shiiwlng advances.
Alberta Coal Mid Coke fell off slightly, ami reached B8o with several thousand shlircs traded In* Consolidated
Smellers also declined, being Ottered lis
low  as $117. (Id. and  showing a drop of
ahout   $iit  par share     Canadian  Hold
Fields also weakened and sold about
lie lower than recent quotations. Carl-
boo McKlnney was stronger, and In
more demand than for several months.
In view of the splendid showing made
by Ihe lessees on Ibis properly It
would not bo surprising to see a still
greater advanoe take pIom in the course
of a few weeks. Diamond Vule Conl
wiib in grout demand at prices rrom :i
cents iii I cents higher than havo been
ruling. 11 Is probable that these share
will lie double Ihelr present price within u very short time, (lalliialth Coul
also attracted buyers, r good demand
being in evidence lor nil slock  ottered
at  tho market   International Coal re
rosined almost unchanged. Rambler
Cariboo fluctuated only a point or so
throughout, sales beltig recorded  from
'27 cents to 884 cents. Sullivan was
weak, anil closed ahoul i! cents below
the   opening    with    hut    little     Interest
manifested.    Quotations on  Dominion,
n 0. and Oranby Coppen were not received since lhe middle of Hie week,
nnd at (hut tlmo bnd showod hut little
Following nre the approximate quotn-
tlones for the week ending today:
Hid.    Asked.
Alberta Conl & Coke $      ���*"    *      'iH
Con.    Smelters       117.00       UO.OO
CaribooMoKlnney ..        .03*y4       "iMi
Hlamond   Vale  -80
flnlhrnllh   Colli -f''>i
International Coal  .. -SU
Rambler Cariboo . .*        *27
Sullivan    0BT4
Will Receive Patients ii
Six Weeks
British Colombia's Equipment Will
Be Equal to the Best for Combatting White Plague.
27 V,
Victoria. Aug. 24.���Within six weeks'
time patients will be received at the
temporary quarters upon the property
Just taken over by the Anti-Tuberculosis
society at Trunqullle. Such la the an*
uouncoiuent of Ur. Faggan. chief of the
provincial health department, who has
just returned from there. The purpose
of his visit was to formally take over
the properly and to place lt in charge
of a manager apisolnted by tbe board
of directors of Hie company.
The property i.-. .:ituated ujion Kamloops lake, lust opposite Tranquille
station on the main line of the C. P. R.
It is about six hundred acres in extent
and the cost of It to the society together with the stock upon It, wbb $67,-
000.    The Btock la valued at $20,000.
A thoroughly competent manager,
Shaw, hy name, has been secured. He
will manage the farm and it is believed
by the members of the society that It
caa he run at a profit, which will ge
far to meet the cost of maintenance.
Situated at the north end of Kamloops
lake, about nine miles by road from
Kamloops., and two miles by water
from Tranquille station on the C. P. R.,
the ranch is an Ideal one for tbe purposes of a sanatorium. The couflgora-
tlon of Ihe property Iirr its own peculiar advantages, for, with a southerly aspect und protected by bluffs from
the prevailing winds. It Is a spot apparently fitted out by nature to assist
In the Ogbt against man's most destructive enemy. The w-lnds that the
physician fears most Is the northwest.
At Tranquille a chain of mountains and
bluff nfford protection. The elevation
at Tranquille Ib almost 1100 feet. The
climatic conditions are also favorable,
as the rainfall Ib only from two to six
inches a year and a Bnowfall practically
nil. The temperature Ib some six to
light degrees higher than at Kamloops.
While tho cost is high, In the opinion of those best qualified to know, It
Is not unduly high, and ln the opinion
of ull experts it is the best place available In  llrltlsh Columbia.
On the occasion of his recent trip
Dr. Fngan took with him an architect
who will report upon the property and
who examined the existing dwellng
which will Ir. utilized for the forthcoming winter. ThcRC are two In number. One consists of about twelve
rooniH and the other of hIx. Ventllut-
Ing plants will be Instnlled and rooms
for the the accommodation of from 20
to 10 patients will he uvallable at the
lime mentioned.
During the approaching winter observations will be taken by the most
up-to-date instruments to determine
Just which portion of the 600 acres la
(he very best spot for the location ol
the permanent building and the construc-
of thla. II Is hoped, will be commenced
next spring.
At tho preaent lime the Imcdlute difficulty Is to obtain a competent medlcnl
superintendent C.ood Judgment and executive ability ln addition to sanltorla
experience nre necessary. Dr. Fagun Is
ln communication with all the chlel
sanatoria of Canada, Groat Hritaln and
the United States, Germany and the
continent generally In the hopes of oh
talnlng n man. Dr. E. T. Trudeau. who
inaugurated the "open air" cure on thla
continent. In hlB Sarnnac lake resort, is
assisting. Ono application has already
been received. It Is from the superintendent of the sanatorium at Oorbers-
dorf. Germany, perhaps the leading san
atorltim of thnt country, lt will he considered with others. This matter Ir
all Important.
In connection with tho farm in charge
of Mr. Shaw, a strict account will be
kept. Fruit, vegetables, dulry products
nnd m cat supplied the annntorln will be
strictly kept (rack of and If It Is found
thai the ranch Is not a paying concern.
It will be leased.
With the sanatorium at Tranquille
for Incipient enses of tuberculosis, another nt the lower level yet to bo obtained for advanced cases and with
every hospital providing quartorB for
the advanced caseR near death, us hns
been recommended by the medical nR-
Roclnllon of Hritlsh Columbia, this
province will have perhaps the moBt
advanced methods of dealing with tho
groat white plague of any state, province or country ln the world.
Ottawa, Aug. 24.���The bank dividends
have been declared for the current three
months at the following rate per annum: Standard, 12 per cent, Royal, 10
per cent,; Nova Scotia, 12 per cent.
Iaondon, Aug. 24.���Alexander McDonald of Toronto, building foreman of the
Grand Trunk, was struck by a train yesterday, receiving Injuries from which
he died shortly afterwards. He never
regained consciousness.
Toronto, Aug. 24.���The largest single
exhibit of live stock at the exhibition
arrived today. In the shape of five cars
of Soulhdowns, Hampshire and Leicester sheep, the property of Sir R. P.
Cooper of England. The value of the
sheep is said to be estimated at $15,000.
St. John, Aug. 24 ���Fire broke out In
the conveyor of the Cushlng sulphite
pulp mill yesterday, and for a while the
six hundred thousand dollar plant seemed ln great danger of destruction, but
the firemen and streams from the mill's
lire tugs kept the flames from spreading.    Loss Is about $35,000.
Toronto, Aug. 24.���While canoeing
from Haileybury to New Liskeard. Ont,
Lake TemUkamlng, yesterday, H. J. C.
Hirne, of Midland, and Samuel I.. Harris
and Chas. E. Davis, young Englishmen,
were upset In the high seas. Davis was
drowned, the other two being rescued
by the tug Alert, after having been in
the water for an hour. Hyrne was completely exhausted when picked up.
Toronto, Aug. 24.���The national association of life underwriters of the
United States yesterday adopted the report of the nominating committee. The
officers are: President, Charles Jerome
Edwards, of New York; vice-presidents.
Herbert Cox, of Toronto, Wm. H. Her-
rick, St. tools, John W. Whlttlngton.
Los Angeles; secretary, Will A. White,
Detroit; treasurer. Eli D. Weeks, Litchfield, Conn. Of nineteen members elected for three years to the executive committee, two are Canadians, Geo. H. Allan of Montreal, and A. Homer Vlpond
of Montreal.
Madoc, Ont. Aag. 24.���Four children
of Norman A. Green, agent for the
Anglo-Canadian Iron company for North
Hastings, were drowned at Gllmour,
thirty miles north of here. The children took their father's new skiff out Into the water, where lt capsized some
thirty feet from the shore, A son, Ros-
coc, who had been rocking the baby to
sleep, discovered the accident, when he
aaw the boat floating bottom upward.
The body of the little girl, Helen, was
recovered flrst and soon after Hurnett
and Willie were found. The children
were aged 9, 6 and 5 years.
Nationalist Member* Accuse Lord Ash-
town of Placing Explosive In
His Own  House.
London, Aug. 24.���In the house of
commons this afternoon the Irish members made the sensational suggestion
that Lord Ashtown blew up his own
bouse for political purposes. Jeremiah
McVeugh, Nationalist member from
Down, asked Mr. Birrell, secretary for
Ireland, whether It was Intended to
hold a special Inquiry In view of the
fact that" "It had already heen proved"
lhat the alleged outrage was the work
of  residents of Lord   Ashtown's  house.
Mr. Ulrrell replied that the most
careful Investigations were being made
but at present there was m> proof
thnt residents of the house were guilty.
Patrick O'Brien, Nationalist from Kll
kenny, thereupon declared that It was
believed In the district of Drumbo that
Lord Ashtown hltuaolf was responsible
for the explosion, aud he asked Mr. llirrell to cause Inquiries to be made Into
tho possibility of Ashtown himself committing the alleged outrage In order to
give a fillip to his infamous business of
defaming Ireland by circulating fictitious tales of outrage.
Early on the morning of August lt
a bomb that had been placed on the
window sill of the room In which Lord
Ashtown was asleep In tho house.
GliHiiihurii Lodge, near Clommel, ex
plodcd shattering one side of the house
and part of the Interior, Lord Ashtown
making his escape from his room Jub:
In time to escape the fall of a mass of
debris. He bad arrived at the Lodge
from another part of Ireland on the
previous evening. The bomb consisted
of about seven ixinnds of blasting powder ln nn Iron pn with three lighted
fuses attached. 11.e carpets and curtains of the drawing room had also heen
saturated with petroleum and canehi
fire from the explosion. But the flumes
were extinguished. Lord Ashtown has
been very active ln his opposition to the
cattle boycott In the west of Ireland and
attributed the outrage to the people who
had come thence to Olenahnra for the
purpose of assassinating him.
Proposal of Americas Ambassador
for Arbitration Finally Accepted by Premier Bond.
London, Aug. 24.���The American government which has taken the lead at
The Hague peace conference ln endeavoring to promote arbitration will be
responsible for giving The Hague Tribunal tbe most important caBe yet submitted to lt, in the Newfoundland fisheries dispute, which undoubtedly will
be taken there as a result of the negotiations conducted in London between
the foreign offlce and the American ambassador, Whitelaw Reld.
Both the foreign offlce and the embassy maintain diplomatic reserve, but
it bas been learned from unquestionable
sources that the long correspondence
between the two governments made lt
clear that their contentions could not
be harmonized and had reached au Impasse. Finally Mr. Reld presented a
proposal to submit tbe dispute to The
Hague Tribunal.
After a week or two of consideration
the British government accepted the
proposal, and then the American government proposed that for another year
while the matter was ln process or arbitration, the fisheries should be conducted under the same modus Vivendi
aa last year.
There has been delay ln concluding
the arrangements. While the British
government has secured the assent ot
Sir Robert Bond, the Newfoundland
premier ,to the agreement, Sir Robert
undoubtedly will be reluctant to accept
the modus Vivendi, which he opposed
strongly last season. However, there
ls little doubt that the agreement .will
be encouraged and tbat the fisheries,
during the new season beginning next
week, will be conducted as during last
Secretary Root'a proposition to submit to arbitration a queBtlon of so much
Importance, as a matter of principle It
not of dollars, as the fisheries between
Great Britain and America has arisen
over the assertion by Newfoundland of
the right of that colony to pass local
laws restricting fishing privileges conferred by treatty upon Americans citizens. Newfoundland's action IB based
on the plea that the laws are equally-
applicable to Newfoundlanders, or In
other words are precisely similar Ui
laws Intended for the protection of
Mr. Root's proposition was framed
with the deliberate purpose of manifesting the confidence of the American
government ln the Justness and policy
of setting such International disputes
by arbitration. The United States haB
been the best client of The Hague Tribunal���ln fact nearly all of the cases
arbitrated by that body have come before it at the suggestion of America
and involved matters In which this
government had an Interest. So the
agreement to arbitrate the Newfoundland fisheries dispute, coming when the
second Hague conference ls about to
act upon the American proposal for n
permanent tribunal, ls calculated to
strengthen the hands of the delegates
yho already favor that proposition.
The principal obstacle to this agree
ment was the reluctance of the Newfoundlanders to renew in precise terms
the modus vlvendl under which the
fisheries were conducted last season.
They objected particularly to Sunday-
fishing by American smacks while their
own people were prevented from doing
so, and also to the shipping of Newfoundlanders to make up the crews of
Gloucester fishing boats. It ls understood that with the consent of the state
department, Ambassador Reld yielded
the point of Sunday fishing but It Is
not known here what disposition was
made of the other objections.
Prelates of Church of England Meet In
London Next Year.
New Yory, Aug. 24.���Tho next Lambeth conference, the great decennial
meeting of all the bishops of the An
gllgan communion throughout the world.
Including the Episcopal church ln this
country, wtll meet In London In July,
The official programme has just been
announced by the arch bishop of Can
terbury in a letter addressed to the 310
bishops who are entitled to attend the
conference. According to this letter,
which ls printed In the current issue of
The Churchman, the conference will
last one month, beginning July 6th,
and ending August r.th.
A  REAL  Lt   ��>,,-RINCE.
Prince    Louis   Phillip*        / 'ourbon
Resident  of Neleo '\.
It is not every city In the Do
can boast of the distinction of e
talnlng a real live prince. As a matt,
of fact only a very few cities on thla
continent have ever been honored with
a visit from a prince, let alone have one
residing in their midst There are, however, any number of Nelsonltes who can
boast of royal blood ln their veins, being
the descendants of Irish kings, and they
are only waiting to get a little money
together to revive the title. * It is therefore with pardonable pride that The
Dally Canadian announces the fact exclusively that for some months there
has been residing in Nelson a prince of
the royal blood of France, Prince Louis
Phllllpe de Bourbon. The prince has
been travelling Incog., and in order to
disprove the oft-repeated charge that
the de Bourbons were paraaites, Prince
Louis has been engaged ln menial work,
viz., a porter at the Strathcona hotel.
It was the prince's greatest desire that
the secret should be kept Inviolate, but
some person, who evidently knew something of the de Bourbon family, discovered the secret, and revealed lt to several well known citizens. As a result
the prince has called upon The Dally
Canadian, and made a clean breat of
the whole business. From His Highness' account ot his family tree, lt transpires that he comes from the collateral
branch of Louis XVI.'s family, and
while he lived for many yeara In the
United States he was born ln France.
He has a brother and a sister now living In the United States. It Is their intention to take up their permanent residence in Nelson, at least until such
times as there ls a change ln the form
of government in France, when they
sincerely hope the de Bourbons will
come into their own. While this is
official, lt must not in any way be regarded as a court circular.
Taft In Oklahoma.
Oklamoma City, Aug. 24.���Secretary
of War Taft la today the guest of Oklahoma City and tonight ln a speech at
Convention Hall he will sound the keynote of the campaign of the Republican
party for supremacy ln controlling the
new state of Oklahoma. The greatest
crowd that this city has ever known
thronged the streeta and filled hotel lob
bles and places of business today.
Predicted at Lethbrldge That All Former Records Will Be Broken
This Year.
Lethbrldge, Aug. 24.���Three days of
ideal harvest weather have wrought
marvels with wheat cutting In this district, and on the entire Une of the A.
R. & I. railroad.
Over half the wheat between Raymond and McGrath is in stook, and cutting will be finished by Saturday night
From McGrath to Cardston cutting ls
In full swing. All the fall wheat ls ripe
and ls the best' known ln the last five
years. Many fields, hundreds of acres
in extent, will go 46 to 60 bushels.
The stand and sample ot the Alberta
red Is almost incredible. Five ranchers
within 10 miles of Cardston will thresh
100,000 bushels.
Prof, Ten Erlck, of the Kansas State
Experimental Station, visited the fields
last Friday and stated lt was the best
crop of turkey red he ever saw. Inquiries are arriving every day from
farmers In the States for seed grain In
lots varying from 10 to 60 bushels.
All wheat is practically cut around
Lethbrldge, and threshing commenced
yesterday at the farm of C. R. Daniels.-
A volunteer crop cleaned up 20 bushels,
but the actual crop will run from 30 to
36 bushels.
John Halstead, of the C. P. It. stated
tonight that the C. P. R. would havo
cars enough this year to handle the Alberta crop. "There ls no more wheat
In the west this year," said Mr. Hal-
stead, "although as far as Alberta Is
concerned the crop Is the heaviest ln
years; but the C. P. R. have more cars
and  there will be  no shortage. "
In Morocco
Newspaper Comment Unfriendly-
Suggest That Order Could Have
Been Restored Without Force.
Berlin, Aug. 24.���German official circles deprecate the idea prevaining'ln
certain foreign quarters that the visit
of the French ambassador Cambon to
Chancellor Von Buelow at Nordlney today was occasioned by the latest developments in Morocco, and that Von
Buelow's invitation to him means that
Germany is disquieted over the Casablanca Incident and is about to change
her attitude towards the French course
ln Morocco.
The officials here say that on the
contrary the ambassador's visit to the
chancellor ls due to the wish expressed
tn July by M. Cambon to see Prince
Von Buelow whose other engagements
prevented an earlier Invitation. While
the fighting at Casablanca haa not caused the meeting ot the two statesmen
at Nordlney, they will talk over the
Moroccan situation. This does not
mean, however, that Germany Is seeking any special arrangement with
France. Thla ls Impossible ln view ot
the terms of the Algeclras convention,
which remains intact. Germany thus
far sees no occasion to depart from
her previous policy of yielding to
France and Spain the right to establish
order ln Morocco. Officials quarters
continue to treat the Moroccan sltuu-
tloa in a calm spirit.
The Frankfurter Zeltung today publishes an Associated press despatch
from Tangier giving the substance of
on interview which ita correspondent
there had with Mohammed Sidi el Mok-
hri, head of the Moroccan delegation
to the Algeclras convention and who, lt
has been reported, may succeed Mohammed El Torres aa representative of
the Sultan at Tangier. He Is quoted as
saying that the present ferment in the
interior of Morocco is due to France's
Impatient hasty course at Casablanca.
This caused fear among the Moors that
their country would be subjugated Mohammed added that If France now acta
with greater deliberation the existing
excitement may be allayed, otherwise
he fears n general uprising.
Presdant Zelaya   Forgives  Sen   Whose
Crime Was Marriage.
Machinists Will Strike.
New York, Aug. 24.���A strike of 17,-
000 machinists In Greater New York
will probably be called next Monday.
The men demanded an Increase In pay
of 26 cents a day. but they have been
notified by the New York and New
Jersew branch of the metal trades association that their request has been
voted down for the reason that the
preaent business conditions would not
warrant nn Increase ln pay.
A Fool and His Money.
New York, Aug. 24.���Advices from
Berlin report that Johnny Relit, the
well known Jockey, has been engaged
to i-ld.. for a prominent Qerman turfman, at a salary of $60,000.
New York, Aug. 24.���Alfonso Zelaya,
son ot the president of Nicaragua, who
became estranched from his father because of his marriage to Miss Stella
Baker, of Washingto, has arrived here
with his bride on his wuy home to
Managua. There has been a reconciliation between father and son. The Nlc-
araguan chief ot state has forgiven the
prodigal and has asked him to come
home. On Tuesday they will aall for
Nicaragua by way of Panama.
The romance of young Zeyala and Miss
Baker brought them a good deal of notoriety. Zelaya, who has been a cadet
at West Point, did not like the rigorous
discipline there and quit. He went to
Waahlngton, met and fell In love with
Miss Baker, and arrangements were
progressing for their wedding when the
prospective bridegroom was kidnapped
by supposed agents ot bis father. He
was taken as .ar as New Orleans, where
he regained his freedom. He returned
forthwith to Waahlngton and made Miss
Baker his wife. Parental wrath and
the cutting off ot his allowance followed
and the son of the most powerful and
richest man ln Central America was
forced to earn a living. The news of
his forgiveness reached him ln Washing Thursday night through a representative of the Nicarnguan legation.
Usual Requests.
New York, Aug. 24.���200 telegraph
operators employed by the Long Island
Railroad company, it was announced today, have demanded an increase in pay
and shorter hours.
Used Them Too Hard.
New York, Aug. 23.���Advices from
Macon, tin, say that John F. Gaynor,
the Syracuse contractor, - ho was convicted of complicity In tho Savannah
frauds, and who with Greene put up
such a stubborn fight In Montreal,
against extradition, is critically III.
Physicians say he cannot live long unless removed from Jail. He Is racked
by coughing spells and has practically
lost the use of his legs.
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The Daily Canadian
We nre now
opening npalaxge
abipm-ant of
Limoges Elite China
These   goods   are   assorted   so that   you   can   select any   pieces   you
Drefer and  make  up  to your taste. !��y*5TK*Mi-
Highest Quality nt" Low����t t'rictii**..
A carload  of
has just arrived.
These goods have advanced  slightly,  but we  offer them
interests of British Columbia smelters,
they save lt cheerfully, but they have
been breaking it ever since, sometimes
openly, by exporting to the United
States coke that the management knows
Is urgently needed In Hritlsh Columbia.
If there Is any way ln which the company can be punished lt deserves no
mercy, lt is not only the worst specimen of soulless corporation in llrltlsh
Columbia, but in this matter it seems
to be acting with deliberate malice to
Injure the Industries of the province.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto
 $10,000,000    Capital   Paid   Up   	
Heat         4,*^30,000,-4H*-fc
D. R. WILKIE  President. HON. ROBERT J AFFRAY, Vice-President
Capital Authorized
Branches in British Colombia:
Interest  allowed on  deposits   from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
tNBLMOiv branch J-   M.   LAY,   Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated A. D.  1869.
 $3,900,000     Reserve  Fund	
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has a following
in the House of Commons of 186 members exclusive of Messrs. Bourassa and
LaverRne, and still he has to go outside
parliament for material to till his cabinet, li is a melancholy confession for
the great Liberal party that its representation in parliament, amounting lo
nearly two thirds of the houae cannot
furnish enough men of moderate ability to make up a cabinet. It ls all the
more humiliating when one thinks how-
low the cabinet standard has fallen.
What must be the feelings of a Liberal
member when he ls told that he has not
as much ability as Charles Hyman or
Frank Oliver, or ls uot as respectable
as Sir Fred, liorden or H. K. Emmerson ?
No better man than R. F. Tolmle
could have been chosen by lhe premier
for the task of Investigating the coke
situation. Mr. Tolmle has been familiar
for many years with the mining and
smelting industries of Kootenay and
Houndary and enjoys in the hlgheBt degree the confidence of those engaged In
those industries.
Nelson Land District. Histrict of West Kootenay
TokO notice tliat K. W. Hmlth. Kraut 1*'lOOM
gan, and A. i*. Kltlcr. of *--���.���������, im* Wash . occupa
tiou raucheri, intend to apply for it .special
Umber licence oyer the following dwrlb-ed
,n���*.:���      ttommenolnj at a post planted hi the
t... ilhwest I'titUtT, About i-iklit mile* Irom the
Kootenay   rivtsr.   on   the   PTOOt   tide,   ninl   nbout
three mllea north of the international boundary
Hue, on the went bank of Brldg creek, on the
north fork, ibence north oo chain* tbence t��-t
mn-baitiH. theucu soutli no rhaln*., thence wett 80
ebalni to point of oonunenoeaent, and oonteln-
ini! *A0 ucrea, tunic or leaa.
ftaled July Iltlh, 11W7. K.W   RM1TH,
Crin 9%a�� ioam,
A. S    KLDKBt
k. w. birrs. Ajteot
Francis MacMillan, American Violinist,
Lost in Alps.
Nelsou Land DlStrtOt.   Dlstrlet of West KootOUS
Take notice that R. 8. **. Pinyih. of lT.��ter. R.
('., occupation ininbermRu, lot *ndl to apply for
aspect*] timber licence over the following no-
���erlbed lands:
No. 1. CommenclUK ata poat planted near the
noriheaat eorurposi oi i��i Nn 11643, on Lemon
Creek and marked H. s p. Smvth WUthweit corner pom No l, thence 40 ohalni north more or
loos to about midway of the moth boundary line
ot Umber licence Ho. 9300, thenee SO chaiui past,
theme 40 chaini aouth, thetiee to chaini -���it'-t.
tbenee-tu chains south, theuee B0 chains west
more or less to tlie southeast corner oi atoressld
Lot NO. 964S. thenee 40 ehains north, thenoe40
chains we*t lo the point of commencement
Datetl 26th July, WI, R  B. 1'  .-myth,
Henry Relchert, Agenl.
Nelson Laud District. Dlstrictof West Kootenay
No. 3
Take notice that J. It. F. Hiewnrt.of Colling,
wood. Ont., occupation lumberman, Intend* io
apply fur a special timber licence aror the following described lands: Commencing at a p nt
planted about bb chains iouth ami in chains west
of post No. 2, marked J. It F. Stewart's N. K. corner post, thence aouth 160 chains, thence west 40
chains, thence norlh 160 chains, thenee <*asi 40
chaina to place of commencement ��� outaitiiiigG40
acres more or lesa.
July tilh, 1907. James ll. V. Stewart.
Ladies' New Fall
and Winter Coats
We are showing our firs' importation of Ladies'
Coats. The very latest and nobbiest styles in cloths
etc. Now is the time to make your selection when
stock is complete. No two coats alike, we invite inspection.
Unexcelled facilitiea for the transaction
of all kinds of Banking  Business.
Savings Bank Department, and
Interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Published fix dart- a week by the
Baker Bl..  Nelson, B.C
Buuseriptlon rates, ao cents a month delivered
tn the cut. or ivou a year 11 sent by mail, when
paid in advance.
Advertising rates on application.
All monies paid In settlement ol The I>ail*>
Canadian  accounts,  ctlher  lor subscriptions oi
advertising, must be receipted lor on the printed
forms of  the
tie Company.
er receipts  are uul
Saturday,   August  24,   1907.
it Ih. of course, disappointing i"
iho opposition organs tbal Premier
McHrlde has replied promptly to tha
request of ihe Nelson und Kam.q
boards o.' trade for Investigation of
the cases of the coke shot I age
which la forcing the Kootenay and
Boundary -smelters tu close down. The
deputy minister of mines, R. F. Tolmle,
is now en route to Nelson with Imtru
tlons to look thoroughly into the conditions and report.
As we stated yesterday there is room
for doubt as to the government'! power
to enforce its decree upon the Crow's
Nest Pass Coal company. The statute
embodying tbe company*! charter, oou-
tained in Chapter 73, of the prOTtnclnl
statutes of 1901, under which th" appeal to the government Is made, sh ��ws
undoubtedly tbe Intention to -provide
for such power, but while provision is
made for the appointment of arbitral n*
and a penally provided lor exporl of
coal pending Inquiry, no penalty Is provided for the failure to comply villi
the award of the board of arbitration.
Il may be of interest to tho peop'o
of Kootenay to know jmt how nucJl
the Crow's N^st Pa-an Oool company
has received from the miiiHc domain of
Canada by Dominion and provincial
ln the spring of 1S96 iho Crnw'n Nefct
Southern Kailwny COmpViy applied t"
the Dominion parliament for I chart, r
and subsidy. Sir Charles Tupper wl o
���was then premier agreed to n SUbsldj
of $4,000 per mile and the promoters
were willing to accept thai amount.
Hut the spring session of 1806 was devoted to the Remedial mil (Ud lhe
Liberal opposition prolong'! Ill) debste
until the parliament tsiitrid  hy laps'*
of Its legal     life  time.     \  numb'?.*    or
bills, Including one provMt iff tor a fast
Atlantic service at less thin : third < C
the present proposed coat, the remedial
Hill itself, and the bill io incorporate
and subsidize the Crow's Nest Southern
Railway company, failed *.o reach their
final  stage.
Tb e general elections followed and
the return of the Liberals to power. At
the next session the application for a
subsidy was renew ad, and this time
the promoters asked for $11,"00 per
mile, and got it. The generosity cf
the Liberal governnvMt enable-.! llio pto-
moters to dispose of LUelr chaiter to tl e
C. P. ft, company for $100,000 �����h.
The net result was that Ihey held ex-
tenslve coal deposits, hai ro ctHga-
atlons     remaining    and     were    money
iu 1001 the compaoy approached the
government  of British  Columbia ior a
chaiter, this time under the pame of
the Crows Nest Pass Coal company.
They wanted railway connunMon alth
the south. The appiica i.a were: O. A.
Cox, Klias Rogers, 11 M. Pellatt, J. \V.
Klaveilc and A. E,  Ames.
strong  opposition   was  encountered
in the legislature on he ground lhat
the Coal company might ship its coal
and coke out of the country and leave
the British Columbia smelters without
an adequate supply.
Thn charter was finally granted as a
result of a compromise. It is expressly set fVth that it Is the object of the
government to secure to the smelters
of the Interior of the province an adequate supply of coke for their operation,
and the Company seeking incorporation
undertook to give security thnt such
would be secured, and it was specifically provided.
"That In the event of Dominion
legislation bringing this railway company under the exclusive jurlsdic-
dictlon of the parliament of Canada.
the foregoing conditions shall be
carried out by the company so Incorporated as a contract and obligation
of said company prior to any other
charge thereon."
It will thus be seen that the Crow's
Nest Pass Coal company has acquired
one of the most, valuable properties In
Canada noi only at no cost to its or-
li inal members but actually with a
bonus for accepting It. They have beet,
repeatedly favored by both the Dominion and provincial governments. When
they were asked for an undertaking to
protect, at no cost to themselves, the
New York. Aug. 24.���Francis Rea
MacMillan, the American violinist
whose geniuB has attracted attention
both in this country and abroad, is reported ln cable advices to be lost in the
A brother. Samuel E. MacMillan, who
was formerly city editor of the Chicago
Journal, but is now a resident of this
city, today received a cablegram frrom
Marit nbad. stating that Francis was
lost three days ago while attempting
the ascent of Mont Ulanc. It was ad
ded that a party was searching for htm.
No further information was given in
ihe message.
A third brother, CharleB MacMillan,
arrived her from abroad several days
ago. He said tonight that just before
sailing he had seen his brother. On
that occasion Francis was in a party
which included Yvette Guilbert, the
French-actress, the latter's husband and
a .Madame Vandyke.
These three, with Francis, announced their intention os ascending Mount
The violinist is 22 years of age and
Is a native of Marietta, Ohio, where his
father, S. M. MacMillan, was once engaged in newspaper work. Francis
made his American debut in Carnegie
Hall. In this city, on Dec. llth last with
the New York symphony orchestra. Two
weeks earlier he had arrived in this
country after an absence of 11 yearB,
which he had spent principally studying
music in Brussels. He haa the distinction of being the first American to win
the annual competition at the Royal
Conservatory of Belgium for the highest honors In violin playing. At that
time he was only 16 years of age.
Neltoa i-and Dlitrlct   Dlitrlct of Weit Kootenay.
Take uotli* that Henry Redchert ol ScIhoii.B.
0 , prospector, intend *���* to ar>ply for h ipeetal licence to cut and carry away Umber from tht* followlug ��� !'"-���* I ll..(."i  lull il*- :
No 6 Commencing at a p* -" plauted near the
norihea.it corner poit of Timber Licence No 9i��6
and marked Henry Kelchert uorth welt ooroef-
poit No 6, thence SO chain* ���smuti, thence HO
cnalna eait, thence 80 chains north, theuee no
chain*-*) weit to place of comineuci-tneiit.
Daled July iOlh, 1907.
No. 7. Commencing at a poit planted near the
northweat corner pout of limber licence No SMS
aud marked Henry Keichcrt S. weit corner poit
No 7. thence 160 chaiui eaat, thence 40 chaini
norlh. thence 160 chaina weint. ttieace-to chaina
nouth to point of commeucemt-nt.
Dated July -J6th, 19W.
No. 8. Commencing at a poat planted on Monument creek about 70chalue more or leu from
where Monument creek enijitie**** into I .em on
creek and marked Henry Relcnart nortbeaat eor-
nerpoit No. 6 thence 160 chain**- nouth, thence 40
chalm wen. thence i*'**" ��� '-���" ���������- "-> Tth. thence 40
chaini eait to place of commencement.
Date! July ��th, 19U7 H*mtY KEicHthT,
Nelion Land Dlitrlct. Diatrict ol Went Kootenay
Notice la hereby given that ti) days after date
1 intend to apply to the Chief CotamiMtonoi ol
Landi and Works for pertnlmion to cut and
carry away timber from the following described
No. 4 Commencing at a pont marked II. A H.
K. W. eorner, '200 chaini eaat of the N & ccrner
of lol No Hi J, pou marked K. s. N.K. corner,
thence eaat 80 chaina, thence iouth no chaina,
thence went ho cbalna, ihenee nortb ho chaini to
place of commencement < outaitiiiig 64" tftraa.
No. b Commencing at the N W. corner of H .
A 8 timber claim No 4, thence north HO chaina,
thence eait 80 ehalni, thence aouth rt" chains,
tbence went 80 chaiui to place of eommeucement
at location poll No. b, containing 04n acren
I.G.  BTKlRMltRHoKS, 1-oeator.
nm   Huieroft, Agent-
Dated July Sth. 1WJ7.
Nelaon Land District District of West Kootenav
Take notice shat I'aul August Paulsen, ol Kitchener, B. C , occupation lumberman, intends
to apply for a special timber ltcenc**- over the following deserlbed lands: "
Flanted at the stiuthwet
-"-l it 1 thenue iouth to the northern luiundary
of tlmbwr licence No. 7018, thence weft to the
northweat corner of naid timber licence, thence
louth to the northern boundary oi lot ��12. thenoe
following said boundary, of said lot wett to the
right of-way of the British ColumLia Southern
Katlway, thence following said right of-way in a
north-eaiterly direction to place of commencement, and containing 6*0 acren, more or less
Dated JulvJnd. 1907.    PAUL AnODIT PaUUOH.
Nelson Land District.   District ot W��t Koolenay.
Take   notice that    William   Andrew    ROBS,   of
Fernie. ll. c, hotel keeper-, lntendi to apply for
a special timber |Ilcence   over tbe following del
crJbed lands:
No. 1 ���Commencing  at   a post plaited   about
three ml ee north of die international Doondarj
line, and about eight mile* west of the Koolenay
river, anil about two miles north of the uortti-
west corner of timber Uceoce No. MOT, thence
DOrtb 80 ehKiif. thenea east1*) chains, thenee
aouth *0 chain tt, thence w.-nt hm-halim to point
of commencement, and wntalnlng MP acrea,
more or leu.
Located Uth lune ttr-T-; -
Ifo.a,���commencing ate poet planted at���n
southeast corner ot w ilium ����� R.������**"* No. 1 claim
and about two mil.���> tio.th ������! ihe N W corn.-r
of timber licence No e��� ". thenee north 80
chalim, tn-nce weetH) .cams, tht-nee south 80
chains, tlience ea-' KI dans to the point of commencement, and containing lit i tores, more or
Located lStfc June. 1W7.
No. S. -Commencing a�� a pott planted near
Bridge creek, about one mile end of ihe northeast cornerof \\'t:!lnm A. Kost/s No 1 claim,
an-l aboiiT five inilea no'th of tin- it.n-ruatlouai
boundarv line, thence nor' h m chains, thence
weit K-i chains, thencu south no ehalna, thence
east 80 chains to lhe point of commencement,
and containing Mo acres, more or leaa.
Located 12th June. 1907.
No. 4.���Commencing at a poit planted near
Bridge creek at tne aoutheaat corner of William
A. Koas' No 3 claim, thence north 80 chaiui,
thence east 80 chaini. theitce iouth 9n chalm,
theuee west W chains to the point of commencement, and containing MO acres, more or leaa.
Located l-!th June, 1W7.
No. 6.���Commencing at a poat planted near
Undue creek, at the loutneaat corner ol William
A. Ross' No- .1 claim, theuee iouth 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, theuee north M0 chains.
thenoe eaat 80 chains to the point of commencement, and conti-lnlug MO acrei, more or leia.
Located 12th June. I��u7.
No. 6.���t'ommenclng al a poit planted near
Bridge creek, at the southeaat corner ol William
A. Rou' No. 3 claim, ttience iouth hu chaini,
thence east 80 ehaius, thence north no ehalna,
thence west 80 chains to tbe point of commencement, and containing MO acrei, more or lesi.
Located 12Lh June, 1\mi7.
No. 7.���Commencing  at  a  post planted about
one mile iouth of the southeast coruer of William
A   Koss' No. 5 claim   ami  about two mtlei north
of the international boundary Hue, ttience north
HO chains, thence weat *j chains, them-e south 80
ehatna,  tbence  east  ni  chaina  to   the   point of
eoinmencement. aud containing M0 acrei. more
or leas.
Located the 12th of June. 1907.
No. 8, -Commencing at a   poit   planted   at tbe
southeast corner Ol W illiam A. Boas' No. 7 claim,
thence  north no chaina.  thence ea*t -**������ chaini,
thence south no ciialns,  thunce weal hu chains to
point  of  commencement,   aud   eonlalnlng  MO
acres, more or leaa.
l^ocated the 12th 'lav of June. 19QT.
Dated this Mb day of July. 1907.
William AMnaiw BOSS.
Nelson I-and Diitrict. hlslrletof Wist Koolenay
Take notice lhat William Andrew Koss. of
Fernie. B C. hotel keeper Intend** to applv tor
a ipectal limber licence over thn foil..�� in,- d��a>
cribed lauds: Commencing al a poet planted
about six miles west of the Koolenay river oil
Corn creek, ln the Diatrict of Watt Kootenay
and being about six miles north of tin- Inter
liHtl'tual boutidarr Hue, and sltulte at the
nortbeaat corner of Win bun   Andrew   t;..--'   No
3 Umber daim, thence north BO obalna, thenee
west rv^ chains,   tbeuee   south 8n  chain*.,   thcinc
eant M) ebalns. to tbe point of commencement
LooSted Julv'.3rd. 1W1-7
Dated tbe sth of Aug   1901
William am>riw Ilo"��
Nelson Und District.   Dlstrictof Weat Koot�����
Take   notice   that   John  Phllbert  nf  ic i
British Columbia   occupation. S^fiift
ends   t��  apply  for  permission toDoSKM
following   described    laud:    Cnmme'm-nir.!*
nboul two an.l t
���lU.rtpr mil,-, cMltrlv i.���
1 c*n*ok .n*l   -4.I.". ".' "i"
Nelson I-and District. Dlstrictof West Kootenay
Take notice that I, Kllzabelh KerKUSoii. ..f N.-i-
ion. British Columbia, occupation married woman, intend to apply for perrnlnsloti to purchase
the follow Inn described land :   CotnmenciuK at a
poat planted to chains west of tbe MUthaaat corner of M'itloii T2, Townnhip *V.��, Kootenay, and
marked -K F.'t N.K corner,'- them-e treat mi
ehalus. tbenee iouth 40 chains, iheme cast mi
cbalna, thence north V) chains to the place of
commencement and containing* HO acres more
15th Julv, A. I). 19U7.    KluATIth F-caorLoft.
by W. A. Cald-L-r, ap(etit.
he lonetlon otVoai mot and KfiSTSrS
hains.  tbence south so PtlMnJ
thenoe wi-st fio eh
mora or leas, to
said creek to point ol  commencement _LT"!
tatiilug 480 acrea. more or leaa. "**���"
I)>ted inn.'*!!,   1907.
Nelson ( ���<... *. IUatr.it. District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that 1. David 0 Kuril, of Nelson.
B. C, occupation merehant, intend toapply for
itermlaaton to purchaae the following deaorlbed
fan a: commeucing at a j*. -: planted at tlie
southwfst corner of section 34, township 69,
Kooteuay, and marked "i�� Q. K.'a H. W. corner."
���.ue io. north SO chaiui, thchce east 4*i chains,
theuee south SO chalua, thenee weal 40 chaina
tothe point of commencement and containing
220 acrea more or leaa.
Utb July, l��07. Davhh;  Kibtz,
W.  A   (aider, agent.
Take notice that t, Ttmmas Harry Wilson, Inland tu apply (or permlaslon to purchase tbe following described la no : Commencing nt a post
plantetl at the H K. corner id lot 7Vth atnl marked
N. X. corner, thence aoulh 10 chain*, theuee
weit 1<> ehalna, thence south 10 chains, thenee
weat lo chat in, Iheuce aouth IO chains, thenc-
weit   lu   cbaiua. theiue   aoutb   1" chains, thence
west lo ehatna, thenee north 40 rhaina, thenee
eaat 4��i   ihatiiH   to   point  of   cotnineiicenieii 1 nnd
containing loo acre*, uiore or leu
June 7, iwu7 'IHOMai II km a v WtiaoS*
William ai/>nz<> Mii.ut. /��� gent
:    Commencing atapost
plantad at the southwest corner of surveyed lot
Notice la hereby given that 00 daya alter dale I
Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
ol Landi and Worki for permlsiion to pun base
the following deicrlbed landi, iltualed In West
Kootenay dlitrlct: Commencing at a DOfct mark-
ed by name aa Initial post of the Houth Fork
branch, one hundred feet from the iunction of
Lost creek with the south fork; tiietice one-
quarter mile to the uorth west corner post, tbence
one mile to the uorthuait coruer poist, thencu
oiu- '|i,arii-r mile to the southeast corner poat,
thence one mile to the pUce of rommencement
June Ti, 190". Located by Wm. Connolly.
Nelaon Land Dlntriet. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that 1. Johu XJkXMM* of Nelnon, B. C,
occupation miner Intend to apply for jm rmit.
sion to purchaae the following described landa:
Comnieiii'l*)** at a posl planted at the N.K. of
Lot Ho��. thence eant AJ chain*, thenoe south JO
chains, thenee west Jo dial on, theuee north 2"'
cbains to point of comniememcni, eonlalnlng 40
acrei. more or   ��� --
Augtut'iiid, 1907, Jons Lave.
Nelson Land District.   District oi West Kootenay
Take   notice   that   William    Andrew   Hon,  of
Fernie, B   C, hotel keeper, lntendi tO apply lor a
special timber  licence  over  the   following  d��
Ibed lat
<o. 1.���t
1 Ins 1
w.   a.   OILLETT
Contractor  and
Role agent for the Porto Klco Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail yardi. Kough and dressed lumber, turned
work aud bracketi, Coeat lath and ihinglei, aaih
and doors. Cement, brick anil lime for sale.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. eaat ol Hall
P. o. Box m Telephone 178
Notice ti hereby given lhat So dayi after date t
Intend to make application to the Honorable the
Chief Commissioner ol I-and�� and WorkH, Victoria, B. c., fnr a spec lal licence to cut limber on
the following deicrlbed lands in West Koutenay
district: Commencing at a post situated on
Blueberry creek, about four milei from its mouth
and adjoining the N . W . corner of my application No. 1, thence south K0 chains, thence west
80 cbalna, them-e north so chains, thence east HO
Chaini to point of commencement.
Dated May 19th, 1 ������".. K  .W Robinion.
Nelion Land District.   District 01 West Kootenay
Take notice that  Moore,   Kepple ft IO.. ol Oar-
land, Penn , occupation  lumbermen,  intends to
apply ior a apeclal timb-er  licence over  the  following deaorlbed lands:    Commencing at a post
plantetl on Mosquito  creek, on the  weit  side of
Arrow lake, and attout one half mile west of the
���outh weat oorner ol tun oar limit No. 4tm, thence
norih H0 ehalna. thence  went  80 chains,  fcbanoe
aouth SO chains, thence east tin rhalns to point of
commencement, and  containing 040 acrea, more
or leas.
Dated 15th, July, 1907.     Moons, Keitlb A 'o,
John K. Calkini. Agent.
Piano  and  Singing Lessons
Qlvan by  Mra. Winter Evary Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certificate from Trinity
College, London, Eng., for theory of mu-
Bic. Scholarship of the London Conser-
vatolre of MubIc for Blnglng and piano
playing.        Addrasa Box 790. Nalaon.
Take notice that an application haa been made
register    Arthur    Hamilton   ;Buchauau
Take notice that :i0 days alter date i Intend to
apply tothe Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, Victoria, for permission to
cut and carry away tlintwr from tbe following
described land, in West Koot-nay:
No. 1- Commencing at a post plantetl at lhe
���outhweat corner of Umber license 8M0, tlicnce
weit 80 rhalns. thenee south 80 chains, thence
eaat 80 chains, thence north 80 ciialns to place of
Dated May HI, 1907.      J.T. BtiROteoa. Loealor.
J  W. Colbubn, Agent.
No. 2. Commencing Kf a pent planted at the
aoutheaat coiner nf application No. 1, thunce east
80 cnalba, thence nortb ho cbaini, thence west m
ehalni, tlience south 80 chaini to place of eoinmencement.
Dated May 81,1M7.      j T. Buroeii, Locator,
J, W. CoLHUW-t, Agent.
mmencing at a post planted aboul
st of lhe northeast corner of limber
licence No. 8073, and about HOchalna north of the
northern boundary of timber licence No. ont,
aud aoout 13 miles west ot tho Kootenay river,
and about two and a half mllea north ofthe ilii-
lernatlonai boundary Hue, in the Dlitrlct ol
West Kooteuay, theuee iouth 80 chaiui, tbence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chaini, tbence
east 80 chalua to the polht of cummeiicemenl,
containing MO acres, more or leu.
Located 14th June. DM7.
No.'2. ���Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of William A. Koss's Net. 1 elalm
and aboul one mile north of tba northern bound-
ur> of timber licence No. 8073. theuee aouth HO
chain*, thence east 80 chaina, thence north 80
chains, thence west ho chains to the point of
commencement, aud contains &40 acres, more or
Looated nth ol Jane, WOT,
William aki>hkw Ron.
Datad this 6th of July, I9tn.
Notice la hereby given tbatfiO days alter Mate. 1
I a tend to apply to the Hon. thief i .nn uuwdoir-er
��� d Land*,   ami Works for   permission to purchase
the following described land  in Watt Kootenay
dlitrlct, on weat shire of i .*.-.. ��� Arrow lakv.
adjoining l."i >o i ���!*���>. on the aouth : Itegluulng
at a poal market "Harry McLaod*! N.K corner
post an.l   planted  cm the ahore of   lower   Arrow
lass,    at the  il-- '.-' corner   of '..**.    . *-:un - -
iA��40, tbenoe west au chains, thenee sotuh JO
chaina more or 1pm to the north boundary ol K
Kill 1 more ��� P. K , theme V chain'* ea>t along tlie
aaid imundary to lake, thenee north aloUK the
lake shore At chalua, more or leaa to point of
May aud, 1907. J. D   Moore,
Agent for Harry Mcleod.
Nelaon Laud Dlstrl
Take notice that
the owner In Kee Ktmple, under a tax ia)e deed
from K J. Htenion, Deputy Aisenorand Collect
of the Hlocan Aaiciiment Dlitrlct, to Arthur
Hamilton Htmhauan, bearing date tbe 7th of
November, A D., 1006, of all and singular lhal
certain parcel, or tract, ofland, and premliei,
nttimte: lying and Wing lu tha Dlitrlct ol Kootenay, in the Province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described ai:
l-ol number nine hundred ami seventy (970).
Croup one (I), in tbe Diatrict ol Kootenay. "Bun-
set Mineral Claim.
Von and each ot vou ire required toconteit the
claim of the tax purchaser within fourteen dayi
from the <latc of the aervlce of thll notice npon
you, and tn default of a caveat, or certlQoatei of
Ila pendona being filed within such period, you
will be forever estopped and debarred from letting up any claim to, or lo respect of the srtid
laml, and I ihall register Arthur Hamilton
Buchanan aa owner thereol.
Dated at Lind Registry Ofllee, Nelion, Province of Hrltlali Columbia, this .t&tb day of April,
A d . mn.
H. K. MicLEOD,
District Registrar.
To BrkjaMIN K    Da vi hi.
The Hnniet   Gold   A  Silver   Mining   Com*
pany (foreign).
Nelaon Land District. District of Weil Knotenay
Take notice that I'mii Auguat Paulson, of Kitchener, li. 0.| occupation lumberman, lntendi
to apply for a ipeclal timber lloenoe over the following described lauda: t ommencing al a post
JUntc-i at Ibe southweat corner of lurveyed hit
fil-ti.l, thenea*; east 40 chains, thencu north ho
chaini, thenceeaitto t> eiouthcaitcorncrol said
lot, thence north to ihe northeait corner of said
lot, thenee east to the weit boundary of pre-emption No. bV2, thence south to the north boundary
of timber licence No. 8M8, thence wesi along
aaid north boundary tothe northwest cornerof
said licence, thence south tothe north boundary
of timber lloenoe No 7nlfl thence weat to a point
due BOulb of commencement, thence north to
point ol rommencement, and containing (j-iti
mmren. more or leii-
-Vptted July '2nd, lftfl.    Paul AnotJtrr PAVtlOK.
Nelion Land District. Dlitrlct of West Kootenay
Take notice that Monro. Kepple A Co., of Car-
land, Penn , occupation lumbermen, Intend to
apply lor a spec lal timber licence over the following deaertbod lands: Commencing nt n post
planted on Mosquito creek, -.n the west side ol
Arrow lake, and about one half mile- west, of the
aouth west corner of timber limit No.4H77, thence
south hi chiiii,s, thenee west HOchalns, theme
north H0 chains, theuee east HO chains to point of
commencement, and containing fi40 acres, more
or leu.
Dated 1Mb July, iwn.   Moose. KimiAoo*
John K. Calkinh. Agent-
Nelson Land Dliim-l. Dlsiri<-t of West Kooteuay.
Take notice thai QeorgC Alexander, of Kailo,
Intends to apply for a sfreelal timber
over the lollowlng deicrlbed lanm:
icltig at u post planted at the northwest
corner of Section ii, lowiinhlp7, Kootenay dla.
trlct, being attout one-third ol a mile aouth of
the south !��������� .:.'.������ . line of the Indian ruaerve;
ttience south about ;ib chalm to the easterly
bunk of Kooteuay river; thsnOS aotilheaslerly
hJ'iiik Kootenay river bank about no chaina to
the iouth boundary of Hectlon l'J, Township 7;
tlience easterly about 60 cbaini to the north west
corner of Lot 881) thence north 80 ohalni along
the wait boundary of Lot tVi; thence weat fci
chains to tin; [Milnt of commencement, and mn-
talnlng 840 acres, more or leu.
Datetl Julv 4. 1907. (iBoaus Ai.ki*.*nj.��k.
Nelson Land District.  District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that   Kvan   McClelland   Fraser, of
Ferule, B. C\, cleik, intends toapply for a ip-ecla!
licence   over   the   following    described   landa:
Commenelng at a   post   planted aboutleveo
miles west of tlie Kooteuay river,, and about one
mile north of lhe lnieruatlonal boundary line,
and about one and a quarter north-easterly from
the noriheaat eorner ol timber licence No. 8007,
thetiee south 80 chains, theoce weit 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80 chalua to
point of commencement, and containing t,**,,,
acres, more or lesi.
Located ISthi of June, 1907.
Kvan McCi.bi.i.an Phaser.
Date) this 8th of July, 1W.7.
. Districted West Kootenay.
orrrfe Kufus �� art-sr of Sirdar,
occupation, brldceman, lntenda lo applv for per-
miaalon to purchaae tbe following described
land : < oiiunenclnr at poat planletl at the north
weit eorner of B. Rons* application lo purcha��e,
marked B. W., thence north 40 ebalns, theme
���'��-' 4o chains, thence south Ai chains io A.
Curry's pre ��� niption. them-e west At ehains,
tbence south J) i hains, ttience west m chains to
place .if commencement containing lAi acre*
more or less.
Dated July 13, 1��*7.        CKoto.r Rppr s OAStSB,
W.J. 8<OTT. Agellt
Take nolle- that I. Arthur Hex. FllchtordT
end lo apply for permission to purchiM tb U
lowing deaorlbed lan.la: Comit,.-Mciti7.i. ,.
planted at the M, F.. corner of Loj MSaStH
edB. K.cmer. tboDCC DOrtb in ebiin. ��L\
West JU chains,  thelice   aouth   40  cl.au,.'    b,^
rail 10 ohalna to i-im oi oomm-aneSeet^
��� 'oiitattiingNil acres, more or lea*. w
Juna;.nw7. akthcrai.h riitiaiu.
Vt II.I.IAH kUmtO Uiliji, Agent
Taie notice tbal I, Wiuinm K Jarv|7~iBMi
to apply for pcniiiailon to purchase the' f^'
Iiik described lands Commentlnf at , M
Plant..l at tlie .>, K . t.nier oi Um ic.i, aa.'. iun
.-.1 noriheaat eorner. thence weit �� -��E
tin nee aouib 40 ehatna. thence eaal ��� thiM.
thenc- north 4o challia to polut uf cdbmT
tne nt. and containing 160 acrea more or itm
June 7. Iisi7. WU.LUM  ��a..l!��AU��.iai-i
u ii ; iam a.   k/u Mn ������ AfrL-
Notic-e Ik hereby given lhat aUtydajuft-rriatt
1 Intend to aoply to lhe Hon Chlel 'MumlMoM
..f Land*, ami Works for permlaaion t., t��;rrhH
tb�� following described uaat Of land .';*.*,'..���.
W��t Kootenai dtatetet:   Cotameneisgateial
Slantad aUtut one half mile north from brfSl
umroit  i-nik,   marked   Jean   -wam-rrrjo'i 8 l
eorner,   ihenee   eait   40 rhaina. Ibeiira Borli*
ehaiiiF. thence   weal  4Q cbalna. thaam ��outt I
i ha . ���-!��� to place of commencemf Dt.
flr'l May. 191/7 Jean CiSSM
William Ha awn a, Attni
Nelaou I-an.l Dlatri, t Dlitrlct of Weat EooUU
Take uotlce lhat Kiank McDonald. ��� "���������o
British tdlumbla. ffcctipatlon miner. intcD-Uu
applj for permlaaion to purchase the lol-.ov'ji
ileserlbetl landa : i'ommenclhg at a poit piuM
on the north bank of Lf*t creek an-l aariUMt
mile eaaierly from the junction -d : -.; -���������^i
and Salmon river, in tha Nelwo laoti -jutna,
tbanoa uorth CO chalha, thenre eaat 60 chain
tlience south *������ ehalna, thenee weit '��� ��� ��� if.rnt
point of commencement, and contaialat a
m re-, more or leaa.
Datetl June '.th. 1907. FaAHi Srboi-Ui
Hiitjr daya after date I intend totmttMtt
Hon ('hlef ( ommUaloiier of Uu>l�� and lati
Victoria. B.C., to purchaae the folloiltf i*
���u-rlbetl laml, niuiated tn the Weat a.oot��u5t��
trlct: Commenelng at a poit plmtaj tatt
w.-at tide of Kootenay lake, near RtUBxaM
point, and marked J. McKinnon'a 8 ��.-*����
poet, thence wrat so chalaa. thence wri S
chaina, thence eaat ft) chalai more nr i-taakU
atiore. them-e along lake ahore to potatdaa-
Dated April 4, 1907, Signed J  KcCinti-
Nel*ouI.aiid District. Dlstrictof WeatKootmf.
Tak-a notice that Kdward Framr. of Hiaap.
MoutHiia, D. fl A . oerupatlou wool bUTtt- *
lends lo apply for permission to purhaatlt
following deacrlU'cl 1.. ,.i. ��� ..*-,:* ��� m .;.! ��n
poat planted on the a -t ���' .re of Vpft?***
shan (i art boo) lake, ai I at li - loiilheajl Mfll
ol   IaiI 8180. thence Wff. M i i aim. thrnr****"
60ooalna, tbenoe eaat so cbalna, *.ii. ::'.**��� ������'*
chaina, thence eait 4u chaina, more or isaa.too*
weal Shore of I'pper Wbatnan (l ar1bon)itJj
theuee northerly and weaterly alcag 94*%
shore 90 chaina, more or leas, to point o! *������
inencemunt, and containing 3JU icr��, ��������'
May *9th, 1907. Kdwaip nMKj
Take notice that C. C. t'lark, ol Nelson, B.C.,
saloon keeper, Intends to apply for a ipeclal tlm-
berlloenoe over the following deaanbM laud:
Commencing at a poit plnutcd on Morniiig
Motintalii. about one mile treat of Smelter creeg,
mid adjoining C. C Clark's location fnr timber
licence No 1, and about one mile aoulh of Nelson, theneo west HO chalua, thence south 80
Ohalna, thence eastH') ebnliiH, thenee north 80
chaina to plHce of hcKlUlllng.
Dated July Uth, 1907. C. C, CLARK,
David Booth, Agent.
Nelson Lund District. District of Weit Kootenay
Take notice mat Frank Flaimgan, A H Klder,
and K. W. Hmlth, of Hpokane, Waih., occupation
ranchers, intend to apply for a IpOClal timber
licence ov.;r the following described landa:
Commencing at a po��t plantetl at the sntitheait
corner, about six miles from the Koolenay river,
on the west aide, thence north 80 chains, thencu
Wait BO chains, theuee iouth HOchalns, tlience
enst Bb chains lo point of commencement, and
containing 840 acres, more or lesi
Daled July hltli. 1S09, Fmanr FI.anauah,
A   H. hi.i.Kii,
K   W. Hmith, Agent for Applf'inli.
Nelson Laml DUtrict. Histrict of West Kootenay
Take notice that J*rank Flanagan, A 8 Klder,
and K.W. Hmith, Hpokane, Wash, occupation
ranchers. Intend to applv for a special timber
lleeneo over the- following doierlbtsd landi*
Commencing at a prut planted  one  mile  north
and one mim eaat ofpoftNoj, which poat u
abotitslx miles from tin- KootTnay ifver.ou tho
west side, ihenc,. north HO chains, thunce west 8')
chains, thenoi nratnio chains, thence east80
chains to point of coiniiicnt.emcnt, ami containing W0 acres, more or leu.
Dated July 18th, 1U07, Frawk Flawaoak,
_  ,,, ��� A. 8 Kl.nift,
K.W. Smith, Agent for Applloanu.
NeUon Land DlltrlCt, District of Weat Kootenay'
Take intlrp that (ieorge Sturm, of Billings,
Montana, 1' B, A,, (M'eupatlon, merehaiil. In-
teiirU to apply for permlailon to ptinhaw the
following ilea.-rlbed land: Commencing at a
post planted on the west ahore of Dppai What
shan (Cariboo) lake, and at the north waat eorner
QtiOtSltt, thenee wesl K0 chaina. theiue soulh
#) chains, thence east W chains, theiue north 40
m. to (mint of commencement, atnl contain
ing Hi
^ 80 acrei' more ur less.
ay 2��r-
i Tilh, 1907.
Nelktiu UUUI Dlitrlct.   District of West Kootenav.
Take notlee  that Waller    McNeil, of  Hillings,
Momaua, o, h. a., oecupatiuu merchant, lntendi
to apply for permission to purchaae the follow
Ing described land : Commencing ut a poat plant
��<1 on the west shore of 1 i**j.. i \\ 1,.*,:   i * i ��� , ,i ,
lake, anu at the northwest corner of Lot Hinv.
theme weal 20 challia, Ihelire north ho ehalus
thence eatt 21) challia, thence south an > hains to
point of commeneemeut, ami containing Hio
acres, more or leaa.
May 2Ulh, Hgrr Waltm Mcmcm..
I, the undersigned, after 60 days intend to apply In the |(ou. the chief Commissioner of l.iinds
ami Works to purchaae the following deaorlbed
landi Commencing'at the N. K. c. of Lot TOM
G. I., thence west 40 chains, thence north 20
chalua, thence easl 4o chains, thence aouth 20
Chaini to point of cum men cement, containing HO
acres more or leu.
Uooatag March 38tb, IIHJ7. W. A. IflUS,
Notice li hereby given lhal fib -lays after date I
Intend to ipidy to the Hon. Chief ( otnmiasioiier
of Lands and Worki for permission lo purchaae
the following described tract of Und, situate It.
Wpat Kootenay district:  Commencing   at a nom
bunted nn ii��.*iT.*M*.k, B��lttMnau.no*wlS
Huiiilnll   iriM-.ll,   marki.il Mnraar.-I M.l.au.lilnira
N. K. * ',in,-r' lh, ii, ,- amitli lu. halua   lhi-1  w.at
M chain., llmlii*,* norlh  In .halna   lhi*ni*i* iaal mi
rhaina 10 jilat*D ol con iir.*iiii*iu
aril May, 1.07. MamiarIt McI.aiviii.ai,.
William Hariioiir, Akoih.
Nol.oll Land Illalrlrt Ulalrlrl ot Wi'al Kooli-riay
. T.li*! "ollr. lhal Kilwar.l lvi.*ra ol Vinlr. i-rlt-
l.h (olumhla. ... .*ii|iall.iii. niliiiT, inliuila to an.
ply lor pormlnios to pnnlun tha loumrlu
iiniTiiwii laml Comm.noln. at a pon plutM
on tha north hank ol I .oat crook, about tlirr*.
mnitOajtlotlj irom tin* lonotlon ol Coatoraak
anil Halmon rlvor, In lh,. Ni-Ikoii land .ll.trl.-t,
lb.no. north lai ohalna, tbeno. wait te obalna
inanpa aoutb Wi ohalna, moro or loaa. t��� I ���at
or��.k.tb<.noooa*.| Ioll,,w|,,K ,u|^ ,.r,.���k ,��� |m|nt
ol oommonoom.iit, ami containing .Ml aorca,
more or lo..
Dated .lune alb, 1*J07
KnwAltl. I'KTKlia
m,ty ,i,y, ,tior ilatB I Arthur Alien Hurl.in,
r.nnhir ol Barton on, mion.l to .pp.. to ihe
phial t.nininlH.loncrol lan.la and Work., Via
!.'.?' "��� P.'.' "' MNBl" tba lollowlng dncSrlbad
landi .iitiaio ca.t oi Burton Ootnmanolniala
EbK��ftV.*i    '  A  " wuthwaai t��rnjr"an3
r,.m    V       ' "m***   ���.   '*'"""   "'   '"I  ''I-  '���     ll ���"*��I
ffiXR!?! '"''"J,"1/'1"""*',   ll'-cc-.-   oa.HII ohalna,
rHZ���,','""' S*��<m< -iici woat40obalna to
plana of ooiomoii.iiuout
Auimtl.t.iwj. Arthur A. Buaion.
rility .1aya alter data 1 intenrl to .IT1!**���
lion    Chlal |-iiiiiii,i..l..��r ul L*nO,.nJ�����
Ior permlaaion to purchL_.
aorlla-.l Ian.I in Weat Koolenay aUlrlrl tm
mcn-clhif at a poat marked A. C. BtaaTag
running .0 chain, r."l��'T "J
ol llmbrr Uceoce No- ���**M*t,",rr
obalna, thenee wealcr.T �� mm
.rl..   Fat   ......   ai���n.   Ihr I   * -
uortior   poat,   running  ." .1.
lhe boundary    '
aoiltherly  60
thonce  northerly  fai obalna alon. Ihr ,
track io tha t.laoe Ol commencement. coatAlwi |
two btindro.1 acre., more or leH.
Nonce la ber.by glren that w dap BSAH
Intend lo apply lo the Honorable IBa I a*IJO
mlaaloner ol faiiil. and Work, for *S*)9
Ul purchaae tho lollowlng daKrlbaVd la��J���*���'���!"
in ��.*.! Koolanaf dl.lllcl: c*uniRiHjrl��lie.
poat plant. .1 at lhe weal bnun.l.ry ol >'"~~
and about 111 ohalni aoutb ol Ihe aouth gng
ol the rlght-of way ol the It t-'jMj'SS
way.  and   marked   V.  A    I", .oulhea,   *B\ ,
Ibouee weal |..i . Ii.lna, lh a* north ������"��������,�����
la.niidary ol the rlghl-ol-way of B.. -*t*!*^1
railway, thenee MUmlni a.ld l"mwX.^i
rlghi-of way man ua.terly illrrrUuR lattam
boundary ol l*,\ tm.'.l. Ill o aolllli '"P'-T, '
oMioini oinonl.  containing   Iin acre,, a*���
Haled tbla 14tb day of June. l'-��" _���
l'Al'l. AtaillT Pi"**
Noil,,* la boruby given   Ih.t   &3jSlS
���l-'c   I   im I   toapply toclielloii"   W��g
loiomlaaloiier ol Ij.ii.1i ami ��.''""'"l.>������,*
alou in purchaae the following iloa'-r lie" "10>.
land, allilalod In We.t Koot.ll.y ''""', c���a.
tn.oolm at a poat plantad on inmmB ' ,. 1
about olio-hall mile iinrthwat from I. r" "JJ
e.U.H Mel.-aN K.corner. Iboloo ���������� JJJ
Ihenoe   aoulh   10 chain..   Il.ooee ������"*������,.
ilrd May
rtb  tu   cbaiua to  pla*
JoHN B.N, UnH"*
William barboi'.. *��"";	
,. "i "���"US I
iota I
B   tl.. rancher, lute nd. I.. -.,.
lo   purchaae   the lollowlng  ileacr
Weal Kooteuay dlitrlct: ,aaaatS9
t'ommeiioliig at a poat plant." "''/T;,,, bon*-
aoutbeaat oorner ollj.l all 0'"""" V*L ,n. In l��
red aud elgbly llvo [�������), ,,r"" " ,ln IWW
diatrict. thenco aoutb t*BnVJBSSSim
weal one h und rod and ility (1K0 �����'"'������', hnnd-
norlh twciily (H)Ohalna, '���"'"Vh.n.i.iol1****
rod and alxty (1��U| chain. 1"JMg"J'���*��
moiioomem and eoiilalnln. **' ��
' ".ated the 19th day ol May. 1W'^Y ff,uui<J,
��������������������� " .ner ite I
Notice la hereby given that """fjif-awlt***; ���
mar, >MBM>��0<,,wi
halna.  IAtU*XSmatAgO I
llarboiir'a   N. W
thenoe oaat  All cbalna.  "!'���"���-; .^,n,������.n���a;''
tbenoe We.t.ll ehalna to place o "'��%,���,",
������;lr.l May iwn Willi"   __^-
. Waal *���*<""'
l.l.l,letolW..I_ ��ja
Nelaon Land lil.nl.-i
Take notlee that Paul *��&"&!����
chener. It. 0 . occupation I""'".'.:��� ,h
to appl. lor permlailon 1" f
Inu   doaorllod   biiida:    I nn?'';','ol th. "*a.t
plai lal   thcaoiilh ^lSXuYtn*A*lm
it I K
    Ilrlllah   WjSS^'BSnMi
way and about M��}��<��""0X*5Sl��''23
N On aald r illway, thoiico aoilli - ,.h��|ni. ��" ,
haltK, tl" '	
eaatioebaini. il" ' ["','
arv nt the right ol-way ol "ii
Honlherii   llallwav,  tli.;ti" ;'mmP*
aald il��hl*ot*way lopbioc ���'  ' Vn,   - ���.
Iialo.l tin. and day ol *J,'JjJ,Jjj���� V***
IV Prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
he BACON We Sell
It Civc-s Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cared and  Smoked.    Our M-um�� Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard iu All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
NELSON, ��3. O
(Columbia   Gardens
The Only Irrigated Colony
In the Kootenays
Water plueJ underground to ettrjr btook under hlgb prennre.   As gooil
uut.'r system as au>   city In Canada lias.    Nn charge fur water.
Prices lower than in any similarly   Irrigated   land  any   where   on   tlio
I I'aclllc coaal and very little ir any higher than iniicii unlrrlgated, unimproved
laml In surrounding ilisirlcts im whieh a man will starvi* for yeara trying to
nak.* both end* in>*.*t.   If yo" want to make money growing fruit buy Irri*
ited land.
^o.l mak.  more money ln one year than the dry land fruit grown can hope
I.iti'1 ami much of It marly ready  for Ihe plough.    Dally trains, store,
fcoatofflce uml neighbors.    Only a few hlocka left.
vtr Queen   Cigar   Store,   Baker   St.
Oppoaite Royal Bank
1.1.  aSottta i* bmby   um-n   thnt to day*
data I Inland to ��ndy to tha * tiit-f Oom->
jon.r, ol  Land  nnd   works.  f<>r a tpeotaJ
m*-1.. col and earn MmlHT from tho  follow.
���Merited landi   itluated on the iouth east
|of (Salmon   tint.  In   the    district   of  Went
iniy:   t'.niim. n   ln| ��t * pom  |d��eed aNuit
rdi vmI of K,...- Lm( creek marked -*K. M.
Bitrtliwi-tt   eoroat,"  tlience  w  '���h��lun
p, thete-.��� i ebi ni aaat, thenee w ohalni
, t.'H-iMv H ehatui want io pure o| corn-
is l til on (tit- lllti i|��y of June, 1907.
It M. KeEyki, Locator.
ttori ��� li hereby *.\\>-u thnt ��> days
J dlt�� I lntind to spplj lo the thief Coin-
���oii.-r. nf Landi ��ti-I Worki, for a pperUl
me u. em ani < ��rrv tlmtirr from lhe follow-
���fieritw<1 Inndl ���i'tnatct on the Miinln-*��t
pf thf ���*alii|..ii rlv.-r, lu the   district o[   Weat
Commencing at a ���,������'���-��� pbund ��h..in
rdi mt o| Rom U *f i rook, marked **K m.
1*1   Mo.   2  lOOtbWMt    enrtier,"    thenee  SO
��� north, ihenee80 ��� ham* i-ast. thonootO
i iouth.  thenceaO  < listns weal to plaee of
le-ltiti the 10th .Jay of June, 11W7.
It. If, Untm, lx>ealor.
^n Und Dlitriflt. Dtntriotol Went Koofonfty
D***i���*.*   tliat   William   Andrew   Ko**,   of
P.B.<    botel keeper, intondn to apply tor
��ul timber licence orer tha foiiowhiK del*
Nelion Laud Dlstrlot. Dlstrlot of Weil Xootenay
Take uotlce that J antes Keeth, of Hpokane,
Wash , occupation miner, luiendt*. to apply for a
spec|al timber Lloones over the following to-
-.-rili.-il landi: t'.imtnfii��*lti|; at a poat planted M
chainn north of the renter of the uorth shore line
id it.oiiidarv I ake atitl at the nort hen*. I corner
nt tlmlH-r limit No. n*r.A. thence west HO rhalni,
thenea north m chains, theneo east Ho chulus,
thanoasontbKI chaini to fmint of commence-
metit and OOntalnlttJI Ml) acres, more ur less,
inly So. 19(17. Jamil-. Kerrii.
Notice Is herehy -riven that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Hon. the t'hlef Commissioner of Landi ami Works for a iMCta) 11-
ccue�� it) cut ami carry away timber from the
follow Ink dew-rllH-d Unit- in Weit Kootenay
district: Coinnienelna al a po.t planted on the
nt rlli batik of ifii Mile ereek. about oue mile
and a half (run *lo.-*n lake, marked If H 1'ltUi'
northwest   COIHef   poet,   thenee   eant  1K> chain*.
thenoa aonth -in ehalna, thence west !������" chaini,
theme  north   40  chains   to   plan* nl  �� ouiinem e
Dated this 2fith day of June, 1907.
II. II. Pmi, Ixtcator,
A. W. .-ti-in.-. Agent
-Contnonotng  at   a   post planted about
Imwttt of tbe Kootenay  river, on Oorn
, lu the Dlitrlct ol West Kooteuay, aud
H III mllea north ol the International
Wiry lint-, and aUmt two miles weat of tlm-
'l.-ti i. Nm rj.i... thenee south HO chains,
** ���Mrt 80 cbaini, thence north*) chains.
hi ao ehains to point ot commencement
'iitaitiitm M�� ,.   re*, more or leal.
tedl'.th June. VM8.
���l-<'iiminourltnr   at   a post   planted at the
WHt.t eorner ol wiiium a itoai' No. I claim,
 lh ni chittiN,  theme weit  SO ehalna,
Ui hu ciialnn, then.e east Hi) chains,
ii "I c'tniin.iKctiienl, ami eontainlnK
noreor lata.
f*:.-\ '. 'ii Jiiiu-, iwn.
Commencing at a poal punted abonl
��*��l "i the northeast corner of w lion v.. I elalm, thenoa south hu chains,
���Mtso chains, thenoa north no chains.
wt-t ni i ImiiiP to the jHiltit tif commence-
I. Ud oontatnlng 6*lo n ;rci, more or leis.
I   Comnanolni at at a poll planted ��t
irthwest eorner   of   William   A. Koaa* No. 8
Ei tii<ii.- north Hu chains, theme veetM
I tnenee south ho chains, ibence east ho
- I.. tl,.-jH.nu ,,(  .-.imuiencement,   eolitalii-
wres, innrpor It^s.
��Usl 1'th June. 1*.��C
I'1*   Commanelna at a p0��t  planted at the
���Weil rorner oi William A   Rt>ss' No Itclalm,
��� "nth hii ehalni, thenc,-  mat 10 ohalna,
rth no chaina, theme east Hli ehalni to
��ni ei oomnenoamenti ami oontainlng 640
tmirr fir less.
��� -"1 I'.th liine.lttiff.
��������� Commenotng at a post planted about
BUM   aait Of thi   northeast   cornerof   Wil-
��� A   k.im   N,,  ftclHlm, thenee south HUclnillls,
�����is-t nchnlna, thenoa north K) tdiains,
��*'M hu chain-- loth,   point Of commenec-
"i|l Huitntiiiui; MOaorOS, more or less.
Wd Uth luue, 1907.
I'   Lommanoinn ata post planted al the
|*' "lc,��� hit of Wm tain A. Hoss" Nn. 6 claim,
BumilS V1"111"'. ihenee east hu chain-,
"miilli hu rhalns, thetiee weal 80 obalttl W
1 "'niin.-neemeiil, and containing 040
��ii re or less.
pad Uth June, 1001
omiimnei-nti at a  post  planted  ahout
"> i; of the northweat oorner ol wn-
m no a claim, thenoa nortb hi chains,
wi..., L    .' ll,Bt"".   thelice   10 Uth 80  chains.
ITinil ..     .'  . 'I1" to u"' IH��'"t of eominenee-
���aamn mm June, UOT,
i7>nt��hn^'V-!.1,'l,'K ,lt " l",',, l'limted about -10
,��� 'B" -l1 ���"!��� in,rthwe��t rorner ol WMlfiim
��;';    'liiim,  thenee  south  Ht)  chains,
tfe*niL,,\iH*'   ,h,'"f'"   ttOrUl   Hit   cbMlliH,
��� hi"   ,,!,   V,l<"" ln thv t,itUv *,(  I'ltniui-nee-
rwiBtttfin��?��S,.MrM' moro or����
Notlre la  hfreby given  th..   thlrly  O.y. altar
itntt*   1   Hit.*ii*1    tu    -1 ; to    tht*     Honorable
i'hit'1 Conmlaatonar oi tj.n.1. anil   Work,   at
VI.ton.. H. . .. for n alwrlnl lli-enao to illt ftDd
tatty rwiiv tltntar Irom tlie followlim .li'aorllie.l
Inii.Ta In W.-at Koouii.t .llalrU't: t'.,iunif.ii(-liiK
.1 n |a.at |.|..i,i..i on loaweat l��nk o( Hmelter
Bnaii .Lout on.* intU* aoutli of tur I'lly ot Nelaon.
Ui.'n.e M.iilh so ilinlua, Ihenee Wll WI eli.lna,
Ihenee north HU elthtna. theuee eaal tail eh.ins to
|ila.<- of eoiiiuietii-emunl.
l.Mle.l this llth <lny of June. 1907.
C. C. t'l.a rk. I.oe��u>r.
l>. Itcinil. ARent.
iStawSffSuSS* M " l""{ I'lK'He.l ahout
������>' Sn ; VI '���""r'l''*'".t eorner of William
paaatn ,'i ���.,"���  ","*'"'"  north  ��U ehalna.
�� weal n,. . "; ' ','"'���*��� -""Hli ��" ohalna,
Stall l:���i, RfiS'lKr) """"��� "'""-' "r "-'""'
i.lil ��,'.''ii'l!''',',','',l,'f all> l'""l PUnted alimit
'���"   A.lt,���L*v'      j" .norlhweat   eorner   of
i��. Uien.e   ,.,' ��  '"''""��� l|i''"''<' north BO
���""ml un.l ,S,X .'''"���In"   I" I'ollll of eolll-
^���"'iiMiiJu'Tiir ���*���''" l,''rt'". ">�����or Haa
*    11
"U'-llllr at ,
...   ��� l-oal filauteil nlioul
    N     1,1'-"or Hi we.t eorner of Wll-
. thll  ,'*" L 'laim,    lllenee    norlh   90
. tl,,., .,'."' ",! ohalna, thanoaaonth an
ura""l 'in*!,*,.nl.ilr"" '" "'" POlnt of eonir
WlLMAU Anhrbw Roaa.
Nelson I-and Dlitrlri. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that "l��avid Henry Telford." Hu-
katiMtti, Sask ., occupation lumberman, intendi
to apply for a ipeclal ttmbot liceuce over the foi
lowitiK tlest rlbi'i landi:
Ko 1 Oonunenelni ata poit plauteil about 8
chains north ol the northwest corner of Timber
i.iiutt   -in  ���.-.,-���  branch of  Little *-io.-,tn river.
West   K,inicims      ibence   west HO chains,   thence
���oath 80 ehains. tnanoe east 8��i ohalns, tbence
north 80 chains to point Ol etnnmencemunt and
i'1'iiininiiiK Mo acres, m.'re or leas.
Dated July uth, 1807    DaTin Hknkv Tsi.kohd.
No. 2. ('(immi'iii'iim it post planted on the east
bank of ('otiKsr creek, anil on the north hoiinl-
ary of timber limit M44, west branch of Little
Slocan    river,  (hence   north   '���'"   chains,   thenctj
east40ohalna.thenoe south loo ��� h.tni-. theuee
weal 10chain* tti place of couimeiiccincilt, and
containing 04\i acre-., more or less.
Dated July loth, 1907.  Fuvti. HKNRV Tklfokh.
No it Oommenalnf nt a post planted on bank
of Kussic oreek) about 00 ahalna tooth ol the
south bonndarjp Ol t flutter I Unit 8147 .West branch
��� ti Little Moean river, thenee west H(l chaltll.
thence Muith hi) chains, theuee eaat HO chains,
thenoa north 80 chains to lhe point of com-
meticeineiil and Containing fA0 acres, more or
Dated July llth, URTT.  luvin Hknky Tat.KoRD.
No 4. CmiHiimiflnR at a post planted about 8
chaltn east from east batik of Hussle creek, ami
on the wett boundarv of limit S, ibence west 80
Ohalna, thence suutli HU chains, iheuce east HO
chain'", thenee north Oo chains lo point of com-
menoemant. and oontatnlns *au acres, more or
Dated July nth. I90T. David Henry Tumid.
No. li.   Dommenolfi v at a poat planted about
BO Ohalni west of (loose t'reeK ami aOOUl six
tnllai from Its mouth   ai Slocan   Klver, salil posl
is shoot to chulus west from D�� fl Telford's timber application Nc. 11, thence east lu chains to
timber application Nit. 11, thelice north 160
Rhaina, theUOS mat40 chains, thence iouth IfiO
chains, to point of couiiuciicemcnt, ami contain
nit*- ('.lit at'tet.. more or less
Dated July nth, nw7. Davm hknkv Tuvomo.
No. it.   Ooumenolng at a post planted at the
sou lh welt corner of No. Ill, then c west 40 chalm,
thence north lfto ehnins.  thence easl 40 ehalni,
ibence south   100 chains lo point ol  commencement, ami oontainlng OUt acres, more or lesa
Dated July 17th, WW   DAVID Hknhy i ki.koku.
A. Milton, Agent
Nelson Land Dutt let.   histrict of West Kooteniiy
No. 1
Take notice thnt .1. H. V, Htewnrt, ol OolllDI-
wn�� I, tint , occupation   lum hermati, iutcmls   to
apply for a apeclal timber tlaenoa over the fol-
lowlnvdascrlUed 'andai Qonunenolng atapost
plantetl ou n nnall itraaro abonl owe mite south
ot Columbia River near I lit1 head w a tens of (.ran-
lie Creek, manted .1. R. K. Htewart'i N. K. Angle
pout, thence north iu chaliiN, thonce west 40
chains thence south 00 chains, thenco west 20
chains, thence south 4-'�� chains, theuco east K0
ehnins, thenue   nortli  65 chains,   thenco   west '20
ohalni to p.ace of commencement, containing
IMO aere*, more nr less.
July B8ra. l*W. Jamkm R. K Htkwart.
Notion Laml District.   Histrict of Went Kootenay
No. 2
Tako notice that J It. K, Htewnrt, ol Cttlllng-
-wootl, Out,, occupation luiubormnti, Intends to
ajiply fora special timber linen DC over the foi-
IowIuk ileserlhed landi 1    ConunctieltiK  nt a post
planted on the aouth ildeoi nsmaii creek tiuo
west of the Mountain Meadow mine, about Al)
cbalna east   nl   UranltS   "reek   murked J.  K. F.
Btewart'i n. K angle poat, thence east 80 ohalns,
thence south vo clialnB, tlicnce west 00 cbaini,
thonce  iouth  115 chains,   theme west Hi chains,
thenue uor<h 70 obalna, thenoe east ho chains,
theme aoutb 80 ohalni to place of commencement couialniug 640 ncroi mare or Ion.
Juty -iltb, 11X17. Jausi K. K. HnawART.
The Daily Canadian
Fl  ��� ll   '     *il | II II      I |
Lawyer Answered by Story of Jew and
Samaritan���Services Tomorrow In
Nelson Churches.
Tomorrow will be the thirteenth Sunday Offer Trinity. N'* holy dnya occur
during the took following.
The gospel for the day contains the
lawyer'a question aa to the means of
salvation and Christ's reply In the story
of tba good Samaritan. The question
that Immediately preceded the answer
was "And who ls my neighbor'*"" suggested to the questioner by the second
short cotnmuudment to love his neighbor as himself. There Is undoubtedly
a special significance In the four characters In the story, the Jew from Jerusalem, the priest, the Levitt* and the
Samaritan. It ts the lesson emphasized
again In the choice of Haniabas to
���posfe to the repentant Saul, and by the
whole life and teaching of St. Paul, that
the brotherhood of man is not divided
by lines of class, caste or race.
The following services are announced
for tomorrow In the churches of Nel
Church of England���St. Saviour's,
corner Ward and Silica street
Thirteenth Sunday afler Trinity, holy
communion, H a. m.; morning prayer
and lilany, 11a, m.; Sunday School,
9:45 a. m.,; evensong, 7:.'to p. ra.
Scbtol. 9:45 a. m.; evensong, 7:30 p.m.
Kev, F.  H. Graham, rector.
Roman Catholic���Church of Mary Im
maculate, corner of Ward and Mill
streeta: Low mass, 8 a. m.: high mass,
10:30 a. DD.J evening service, 7:30 p. m
Rev. Father Althoff. priest.
Presbyterian church���St. Paul's, cor
ner of Victoria and Kootenay streeta:
Morning service, 11 a. in.; Sunday
school, 12:30 p. m.; evening service,
7:30 p. m. Rev. J. T. Ferguson, minister.
Methodist church���Corner Silica and
Take notice that John Koii, or Ferine B. C,
hotel-keeper, lntendi to apply for a ipeclil timber licence over the followlug deicrlbed landi:
1. Commeucing iti poit planted In the Dlitrlct of Weit Kooteniy. Keliou Mining iMrlilon,
tin the uorlh fork of th- iouth fork of Lone-reek,
nbout five mllei up creek from where two foiki
meet and about ilx mllei north of the International HniiTi.ir.rv Line and about twenty-eight
uiiif- went of Kootenar Klver, thence eait HU
chaini, thence north 80 chaiui, thence weit SO
chainn to bank of said creek, thence down itream
to place of commencement.
J. Koch, Locator,
2. Commencing at a poit plantetl at tbe lonth-
tveit corner of .!. Kou'i No. 1 location, tbence
M.-tN. cbaini, theuco north SO cbaini, tbence
call SO chalua more or lean to bank of laid creek,
���.in-ill.  dot*, u itream to place ol commencement.
J. Koaa, Locator.
8. Commencing at a poit planttMl ator near
the iouth went corner of J. Kom'h No. 1 location,
thence weit ao chaini, tbence aouth SO rhalni,
thence ciiit So chain*, moreor leai, to laid creek,
tbenee up itream to place of beginning
J. Komi. Locator.
4. Commencing at a poit planted at or near
the inuthweit corner of J Kom'i No. 1 location,
then e earn HO chaini, thence iouth SO chains,
Ibence weet no chaina, more or leu, to bank of
������.; i creek, thence up itream to plac�� of commencement.
J. Roes, Locator.
6. Commencing at a poit planted about two
mi-.* - MM'Hi of the miuhweit coruer ol J. Koii ���
No. 1 location, ou the nortb fork of tbe iouth
fork of 1. i-i creek, and about four mllei up
Ntream, from where the two forki meet, thence
f mt SO ebalns, tbence north SO chatni, thence
wett SO chaini, more or lesi, to bank of aald
creek, tbence down stream to place of commence-
3. Koas, Locator.
5. Commencing at a post planted at, or near,
the iouth west corner of J- Koii'i No. b location,
on Lost creea, thence weit SO chalm, thence
norlb hO chains, thence HOchalns east, more or
i-*". to bank of said creek, thence down stream
to place of commencement.
Located 0th June, 1907. J.-Koas, Locator.
Cltilm No. 1.
Nelson Land District.   Dlstrictof Weit Kootenar
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, B ('.. occupation, carpenter, lntendi to
apply for a special timber license orer the following described lands: Commencing at a poit
planted 40 chalm soutb or S. E corner of T. L. 1.-
'i'. thence south HO chains, thence eait SO chains'*
thence north 90 chains, thence west 80 chaini ta
point   of commencement.
luue 28th, 1U07.    AaTHVH Lachknck Hkadino.
(laim No. !-
Nelion I.��ui��J Dlitrlct.   Dlitrlct of Weit Koo'enay
Take notice that A. L. Rending, of Arrowhead, ll C., occupation, carpenter, lntendi to ap
ply for a i|>��cial tin.U-r licence over the foi
lowing described landi: Commeucing at a
pout plauteil HO chaini south of A. L Reading's
corner post No. 1, thence south So chains, thence
- n-t HO chaini, thence north HO cbaini, thence
west HO ehnins,   to  point of commencement.
June 28th 1 *.'������".     Akuhpr I.ai ium i KeADiNa.
Claim No.H.
Nelsou 1 .nml Dlitrlct.   Dlstrictof Wuit Kootenay
Tako notice tb-u A. L. Reading, of Arrowhead, R C, occupation, cnri>enter, Intends to
apply lor a ipeclal timber license orer tbe following described landi: Commencing at a post
planted so chaini south of N.K. corner of A. L
Reading"! claim No. 1, ibence iouth 100 chaini,
thenee east 40 chaiui, tbence north 160 -phalm,
ttmnce weit 40 chatni to polut of rommenoement.
June 281b, ltMTi.    Arthi k Lairksck Rbadisu.
Claim No   4.
Nelion Laml ni��t rid.   Dlitrlct of Weit Kootenay
Take notice that A. L. Reading, of Arrow
heatl, B.C., occupation, carpenter, intends to
upply for a special tlmlier llcenie over the fob
towing deicrlbed landi: 'Commencing at a mist
planted 40 chatni south of N.K. cornerof A. L,
Ken.! inn's claim No 8, thence south ISO ehnins,
thence eait 40 ehnins. thenre north 160 chains,
thetiee writ 40 chaiui to polut of commencement.
June ���-���sth. 1907.   Arthur Lauhkncb Kkadinu.
Claim No. 5.
Nelson I-mi.I Dlitrlct.   Dlitrlct of Weit 'ootenay
Take notice that A L. Reading, of Arrow-
bend, B. C, occupation, carpenter, lntendi tn
apply lor a ipeclal tlmticr licome ovOr the following deaorlbed lands: Commencing atapost
planted 40 chaini south of N. E, cornerof* ,L.
Rending'N claim No. 4, iheuce south ISO cuatni.
thence eait 40 chains, thence nortb Itinehalna,
thence west 40 chains to point ol commence
Juno 29th, 1907.   Arthur Laurkncr Roading.
Claim No. 6.
Nelson Land District.   Dlitrlct of Weit Kootenay
Take notice that A. [,. Reading, of Arrowhead, B. c , occupation, carpenter. Intends to
apply for a special timber llceme over the foi-
owing described lands: Commencing at a poit
plan led 40 chains iouth of N K Corner of A L
Unading's claim No. S, tbence south 160 cbaini,
thence ecit 40 chaini, thence north I60jchaim,
thenoe weit 40 ciialnn to point of commencement.
Juno 29th, 1%7.   Arthur Laurkncr Kbidiho.
Claim No. 7.
Nelion Un.l District. Dlstilet of West Kootenay.
Tike notice lhat A. L. Rending, of Arrowhead
B. 0��� occupation, carpenter, tntendi toapply for
n ipeclal timber liceuce over the following deicrlbed lands: Commencing ata poit planted
70 chaini iouth of N K. coruer of A. L. Reading*!
claim No 0, thonce south 80 chaini thence eait
HO ciialns, thence north 8o chaini, tbenoe weit SO
chaini to point of commencement.
June 29lb, 1907.  Abthub Laubbncb RiaDitto.
Josephine streets: Morning serrlce, 11
a. in.; evening service, 7:30 p. in.; Sun*
day -school, 2:30 p. m. Rev. R N
Powell,  pastor.
BaptlHt church���Stanley street, near
Mill: Morning service, 11 a. ra.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school,
2:30 p. m. Rev. B.  H. Shanks, pastor.
Sal vation Arm y���Bar rack u on Victoria street, west of Josephine: Special services for tomorrow. Knee drill,
9 a. m.; holiness meeting, 11 a. m.; a
praise meeting at Z p. m.; solvation
meeting at 8 p. in.
At the political meetlngB being held
throughout Great Orltaln to protest
against the Irish poliy of the Liberal
government, the favorite song is the
following, written by Sir Edward
There are two  lovely islands,
Homes of the brave and free.
Lifting a glorious beacon
Here ln our Northern Sea;
And lighting our sons to triumphs
In days that are yet to be.
Shamrock, Rose, and Thistle,
Thistle, Shamrock, and Rose,
Close twined together.
Slngnal to friends and foes,
That Hrltons will be united
Wherever their standard goes.
Traitors there are among us,
Striving to loose the bands
That Time and our fathers" wisdom
Wove for the kindred lands:
Ties that shall ne'er be severed
So long as our Empire stands.
God save the King we honor;
God save the land we love;
Help us to  guard  our Freedom,
Treasure all price above;
And carry the light to others
Wherever our kinsmen rove.
Brothers, there's work before us;
Work for our Native land;
Here, with her standard o'er us,
Making our vow we'll stand;
And join in the Union Chorus,
Clasping a brother's hand.
Take notice tbat Ira F. Taylor, clerk, of Arrowhead, H C, inteudi to applr for a ipeclal licence
to cut timber from the following deacribed
No. 1. Coin men.log at a poat planted "n chaini
distance in an eaiterly direction from Cariboo
lake marked "Ira F. laylor'i. W. Parkins' 8 W.
corner," bounded on tbe nouth by T. L No. 7<6e,
on tbe w.*it by I. L. Ko. 7S72, tbence north SO
cbaini, tbence eaat 90 chalm, thence iouth SO
cbaini, thence wait SO cbaini to point ol commencement
No. 2. Commencing ata poat planted SOthaim
��� lli-tanc* and in a easterly direction from Cariboo
!ake marked "W. Parklna'. Ira F Tavlor't tt. *�� .
corner poit," bounded on tbe weat ly T. L. 7S67,
s,tuth by Ira F. Taylor*! and W. Parklm' T. L.
No. 1, thence north 40 chaini, tbenoe eait 1*0
chaini, tbence south 40 chaini. tbenoe waat 160
chaini to point of commencement.
Notice lr hereby given mat SO dayi after data I
Intend to apply to the Honorable tbe Chief Commissioner of Landi and Worki for a ipeclal
license to mt and carry away timber from tha
following described landi In Weat Kootenay dlitrlct:
No. 1 ���Commencing at a poit marked William
Walmsley. planted at Kokanee ('reek Siding oo
the Procter extension, on the weit ilde of Lot
���*:*i. on the iouth side of tbe Weit Arm of Koot-
enar take, commencing at the N K corner post
running iouth SO chaini, weat 80 cbaini, north SO
chaini, eait *��� chaini to place ot beginning.
Located 3rd Juue, 19U7.
William Wai.mhi.iy, Locator,
James HuBBAan aa Age-u.
Nel-on L*nd District. DUtrlct of Weat Kootenay
Take notice tbat .lames Keeth, of Spokane,
Waib , occupation, miner, lntendi to apply for a
��� peclal timber licence over tbe following described landi: Commencing ata poit about It
rodi north of the center of tba north ihore Une oi
"MnitiiUrv l.��ae and at tke southeast cornerof
rlmber Limit No 8074, and marked James
Keetb'i B. W. Cornerpoat, thence nortb SO chaini,
thence eai* 80 cbalm, thence -south BO chatni.
tbence weit 80 chaini to point of eommeucement, and containing 640 acrei, more or leaa.
July 80, lit I. Jambs Kkktu.
Nelson Land Dlitrlct   Dlatrlet of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that Henry Kelchert, of Nelaon,
B C. proipartor, Intends to apply lor a ipeclal
licence to cut and carry away timber from tbe
following deicrlbed landi:
No. 9 Commencing at a poat planted near tbe
northeait corner poit of timber licence No. BM
and near Henry keiebert B. W. corner poat of
timber location No. 7, on main Lemon creek and
markM Henry Keiebert southeast corner poit
No. 8, thence 80 cbaini north, thence 10 chains
weit, tbence 80 cbaini south, thenoe SO chains
east to the point of commenoement.
Dated July .J7.1W7.
No. 10 Commencing *l " Posl planted about 20
chains more or leis iouth from the northwest corner of 1-ot ito. 2&43 on main Lemon
creek anil maraed Henry Relchert eait corner
post no. 10. thence 40 cbalm north more or less
to about midway of the iouth boundary line of
timber llcenceso 9A'*6, thence lflo chaini weit,
thence 40 chsins iouth, thence 160 chaina eaat
to point of commencement.
Dated July T.li\. VKH
mo. 11 Commencing at a poit plantad on Monti*
meut crrek, aboul 70 chaini, mere or leaa, soutb
from where Monument rreek, emptys Into Lemon creek, and near Henry Kelchert nortbeaat
eorner post of tinilier location No. 8, and marked
"Hen-y Kelchert uorthwest corner poat oo. 11,"
iheuce 1W chains south, thence 40 cbalna emit,
tbence lfio chaini north, thence 4o chaina west
tu the point o" commencement
Dated July 27th, 1W7.
hknhy RaicHBKT, Looator.
Nelaon Land Dlitrlct Dlilrict of Weat Kootenay
lake notice that K. W. Smith, Frank Flanagan, and A. 8. Klder, of Spokane, Wash, ooou
patlon ranchen, intend lo apply for a ipeclal
timber licence over the following described
lands: Commencing ata posl plantod at tbe
southeast corner, aoout eight miles from the
Kootenay river, on tho west side, and about
three miles north of the International boundary
line, on the weit bank of Brldg creek, en the
north fork, thence north B0 rhalni. thenc-j weit
KO chatm, thenco iouth 80 cbaini, thence eait 80
chain* to point of commencement, and containing fi*0 acre", more or leu.
Dated July 19th, 1907. K. W. Smith,
Frank FlamaoaS,
A. g. KI.DBR,
K. W. Smith. Agent.
One of Nelaon'a Pretty Horn* Cot-
tagea of 2 bedrooma, Bitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom; hot and
cold water; large baaement. Nice view
of lake. $1,600, $900 down; balance on
eaay terma. Certainly a anap. 3 lota
75 x 125. Apply to J. R. B��� Dally
Queen's Hotel | f
Baker Btreet, Helaoo. ������ O.
Lighted hj Eleotrloitr and
Heated by Hot Air
Lara, aod OomlOTtable Bedroom, and Flrat-
Olaaalilnllia ftoom.   Bam pie Room, tor Commercial   Mas.
MB8. B. C.CLABKB. Proprtetraaa
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly reno-rated and refurnished. Ilouma 60 centa upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. ERICSSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court House
and Postofflce, Nelson. B. C.
T*emont House
European and American Plan
Meali 36 ota.   Kooma from 20 ota. to 11.
Only White Help Kmployed.
Baker Bt.. Nelaon Proprietora
Bartlett   House
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson.
Tbe Bar U tbe Fiueat.
White Help Only Kmployed.
Joeephlne Bt.
Royal Hotel
Bates $1 snd $1.50 a Day.
Speoial Bate* to Regnlar Boarders.
Moat comfortable quarters la NeUon)
Only the beat ol Liquor, aod Lig.ra.
In the matter of an application lor the lune of
a duplicate of tbe -Certificate of Title lor Lota
16 end 17, Block 26, Town of Nelaon.
Notice la hereby siren that it la my Intention
to luue at the expiration of one month after the
Ont publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for the above Lota iu the name of
France* K Day, which Certificate la dated the
19th September, 1899, and numbered 2S0OK.
I And Kef If try Offlce, Nelion, B.C.. 16th June.
1907. H. P. MacLKOD,
Diatrict Kbslatrar.
Nofce la hereby aiven that alter tbe expiration
ofilxty aayi from the date hereof tbe Patrick
Lumber Company, Limited. Intenda to lubmil to
the Honorable Chief Commiiiioner ot Lauda and
Worki a propoaal under the pro-riilona of the
���Rivera and Streama Act" and Amending Acta,
for the riitht to improve the Blocan river from
the mill dam of aald company (altuate about
three mllei above the junction of aaid Slocan
river with the Kootenay river.) to tbe mouth of
the Little Slocan river, and to Improve the Little
Slocan river and branchei thereof to the northern boundary of inb lot 2. lot Tlflo, and aub-lot 1.
lot 7161 uroup one, Kootenay dlatrlet, and to
Improve the tributaries of aaid rlvera; and remove obitructlom from aald riven and tributaries and to make the aame fit for driving, itor-
ing, aortlng booming and railing loga, timber,
lumber, rafta, and crafti; alao tot the right to
collect tolli thereon.
Tbe landi to be aff -cted are the following: (a)
Lotl 303, 7.169, 6460, 6461, 6454, 9610, 6897, 6446. :\0O>l,
75B3, 7066, 3KJ0, 4812, all In Group one. Kootenay
��� ttotrlct; alio landa covered by pre-emption***
numbered 46, 108, 116. 1S5, I4S, 164 and 570; alio
landi covered by timber lice tun numbered 5866,
55B3, 5581, 5585, 5&86, 5587, and 6688; alio landi of
the crown.
Dated thii 6th day of July, 1907.
by Ita lolicitor. R. W. Hahninotoh,
In the matter of an application for the luue of
dupllcaleiof the CertlAcaUi of Title to lotl 11,
11 and 13, aroup 1, Weit Kootenay Dlitrlct, alio
known aa the 'Knotenay Chief," "Comfort" and
'Lulu" mineral claitui reapectlvely.
Notice li hereby given that lt ii my Intention
lo liiue at the expiration of une month after the
lint publication hereof a duplicate of Certlllcate
nf Title f.o-6901aot an undivided 81-100thi lu
I'-n'h of the aw��ve lotl. Untied on the 17th day of
May, A D. 1886 In the name of John O. Aimworth,
aud alio a duplicate ot Certificate of Title No.
b-JOOa of an undivided 19-100thi ln each of the
h have lot*, fuued on tbe 17th day of May, A. D
I486, in the name of George J. Aimworth.
land Registry Office, N-Mion. B. C, Auguit6tb,
"H. F. MacLeod,"
Diitrict Keglitrar.
In the matter nf an application for the li'ue of
duplicate of tho ceililieaU-H ul Til le for Loti 6, 7,
fc, and 17,H|ock'2, town nl Kitchener (*aptM8)
nnd Lot 6187, Group One, iu tin- Hi*;- v.lnl Koutenay-
Notice li here' y given that It my Intention
tn imue at the expiration of one month after the
flnt publication hereof, duplicatei of Certlflcatei
of Title nf the above lota lu the name of Joicph
Walker which certificate! are timed 22ud day of
Juno, 1903 and numbered 2481 A and 9482 A re-
Land Regiitry Office, Nelion, B. O.Jtfd July,
"H. F. MacLbod,"
Diitrict Reglitrar.
In the matter of an application for tbe luue of
a duplicate nf iho Certificate o' Title fnr lot 22,
nm* tlie weit half of lot 21, block hi, in lhe Town
of Nelion.
Notice ii O. treby given that lt I* mv intentlou
tn luue at me expiration of one month after the
flnt publication hereof a duplicate of tbe certlllcate of 'I le for the above landi, In the name of
LydlaRhieldi. whlcb certificate Ii daUd thu Xlit
day of D .���t.-nilior. 1900, and numbered :1991 a.
"H   F. MacLeod,"
DUtrlct KtgNtrar.
We have had placed in our band* one of the prettiest best paying
This in up for a quick sale on account of owner's 111 health. Call and get
fall partinnlars. If yon have |8,000 we can make a good easy deal with yon
for this property.
��.  M.  IRYOOII,
Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron, Ltd.
Fire. Accident, Life and Employers' Liability Insorance
Let us quote you rates in the best board companies.
' "  '���
We Have For Sale One of the Prettiest Homes In
Nelson, Stttmtcd in Fatrrttvr, Close to the Car Line
Large 7-room house. Stone foundation and first-class cellar. Complete water system. 10 lets under cultivation and planted In large, bearing fruit trees.   This Is a snap.   For particulars apply to
Choice FrJt
I Have f 0.000 Acrea
of the
Choicest Frvtt Lands tn
British Colombia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
Nelson, B. C.
The house contains two bedrooms and hall upstairs, dining room, parlor, kitchen, pantry and hall downstairs, hot and cold water. Electric light in all rooms.
Two lots in a good position.
PRICE SI900.       Terms can be arranged.
$10 Cash
$J0 per Month
We offer you something practical���something that will make a
real home���something that will
yield an Income. Every tract surveyed. Every tract near tha town-
sits. Daily trains; serviceable
roads; absolutely good soil,���snd
all these in a community, not In a
Kootenay Orchard
Notice li hereby given tbat the iimlenlf ned
have iiibmlttad to the Lieutenant (lovprnor-in-
Councll a pmpoial under the pm-vlsloni of the
���'Klvers ami Htr-pami Act," for clearing anil removing obstructions from (.nat River and Me*-
dow Creek, In the lu-trtct of West Kootenay, and
for maktug the mine fit for rafting and rtriv
lag thereon logs, timber, lumber, rafts snd crafts
and for erecting aud maintaining booms for
holding, sorting and 'lullvoring logs and timber
brought down said creek and river, and for attaching booms tothe shore of Mid oreek and
river for said purpoie**.
The lands to be affected by said work are:--
Lots 992, M87, 4A92, and sub lots 1, fl. 11 18,14 and
15 of Lot 4692, (iroup 1, Kootenay Dlitrlct.
The toils proposed to be charged aro such ai
mavbeflxea by tbe Judge of the County Court
of Weit Kootenay.
Dated Slit July, 1907.
Tim International Limns* A Mercantile Co..
F. C GREEN       F. P. BURDEN       A. H. GREEK
Qvil Engineers, Dominion and British
ColumbU Land Surveyors
r.O.BoxU5   noaclUlB.
To Winnipeg and points In
Ontario, Quebec, Maritime
Provinces, Central and East-
em States, Aogost Sth, 9th
and ��Oth, September i ith,
12th and S3th.
1  >1
Pull particulars as to stop overs, etc.,
en application.
Splendid New Soo-Spokane Service,
45i/2 Hours Between St. Paul and Spokane. Catch the Flyer at Cranbrook for
AM Points East.
Daylight serrlce between Nelson and
Spokane including 50 miles on Kootenay Lake in elegant new steamer Kus-
Kanook. Fare 16.60. Return $12.45.
Good for 30 days.
Scenery through Arrow Lakes and
Rocky Mountain resorts unexcelled in
the world.
i Ull
D. P.A.. Nelaon
A. M. Can. Bee. C. E.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offlce: Bealey Building,   p. o. Box 434
Baker St, NELION, B. C
" '   I L     i
,      ii
I     :
ie the now style wo nre showing iu
Among the new articles just
opened up are: Bread Trays. Nut
Bowls and Candle sticks, besides
jugs. Bowls and Nappies.
Don't fail to get our prices on
these goods.
Watchmaker and Optician
Is m.li'KarUinn  'rum  'lie Ouusl tobacco. Ii.n-
iSned sad Uew-aweeteiied.    n-an.iln.mil-
flavored ami I OOt     A louac-wi you
ought to try
tobacconist.    Baker Street.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frait,
Foel A Po-altry Co., Ltd.
N.E. eo.. Baker   and   Ward   SU.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H�� E. Croadsdaile & ^
Next Door to Bank ot Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils tor
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will find it to their ad-
v .111 uu-** to uBe our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
5-Room Hoaseaud 3 Lots, Observatory street. House
well plastered and in gocd
shape. $1,000. Good
Socialist Party miits ererj Friday
eranlns ut i. I* in . in nn* Minora' [ iii*,n Hal1
ui are invlu-A: am* "ni* allowed to late part lu
the debates.   T. Austin. **?ecri?tarr.
FittonUcd by Earl Grey md Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
Best Located Hotel Id NeUon
Apartments Elegant.    Cuisine Choicest
Civility and Cleanliness.
Under the management ol K. K, Noble,
late ot Toronto. I ��uawa an.l
\\ lunlpeg.
A. \V. McKay and wife. Winipeg; W.
Hamilton, Wallaceburg; Miss S. Trawler. Chatham; R. W. Biligar. R. Thomas
and wife. A. Hay. Vancouver: 3. Hubert. B. McLean. C. Gilibons. \V. Roli-
crts. 1. Walsh. Toronto; R. Simons, P.
Arthur. .1. Dewar and wife. Brandon; B.
rerRiisnn. F. Johnston. St. John; C. F.
Hooper. Spokane.
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean
Ing Stove*, etc.
ID Eaat Baker St. Phone No. A114
Cor. Vast-no.-,   arte Ward Htr��aa��ta��,
Mil..S<��. ti. O.
Miss Hang. Portland; W. A. Stevens.
Kuril Siding; J. Fleishman. Vancouver;
T. Bradley. F. W. Tresham. Toronto;
E. A. Wilson. Chicago; V. W. Law.
Winnipeg; F. Robinson. R. W. Hawkee.
Calgary; A. F. Dudgeon. Revelstoke; F.
K. Armstrong. Kossland; I), llelares and
wile, New York: R. Iligley, the Misses
C. and A. Iligley, England; T. G. Don-
anl. S. Magney. Spokane; 11. Hanson,
Hanley Falls; L . A. Fritsche. New-
Haven; J. Ii. MacCallum. Montreal.
F. W. Komer. Cranbrook; N. D. Darling. Vancouver; Mrs. H. C. Sawers and
child, Ronsland; J. I.. Watson, Greenwood; R. T. Brown and wife. Itosebury;
A. Woods, England: Mrs. J. C. Kemp.
Vancouver. D. A. MacKensle, Winnipeg.
C. O. VanCamp. Shields; Mrs. Besan,
Wiii'aw; G. Campbell, G. Thomkin.
Granite; W. W. Atkins. Procter; H. F.
McCaalln, Miss McCaslin, Salmo: A.
Hart. Spokane. .1. M. llaird. Red Deer;
K. Kussill, Sirdar; P. Waterson. D.
Black, D. Johnson. H. Scaberg. C. Carlson. E. Erlckson. M. McPherson. Revelstoke; (',. Conn-all, B. Blrnle. Phoenix.
.1. U. Oldston. Arrowhead; G. 11. Bur-
head. Trail.
.1   Norton and wife. New York: J. D.
Creaghan, Winnipeg; T. E. Donunlnlck,
Argenta;  M. Gorder, B. Beg, Kholt.
S. Thompson. Fernie; J. Smallwood
Beaslej :   D.   McKay.   Koch   Siding:   C
Conover,  C    Cavanailgh.   P.  Tait.  Cres
ton; .1. Hatchcn. F. Welltnan, .1. Thomp
son. Wm. A. Ross, D. Bothwlck. Arrow
hi nil;   A.  II.  Cook.  Batlleford.
Rowboats And Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Aiiint forTraaeott I-aunches
,111*1 lvt.-rl.ori> I alioea.
Km,-at ].ol ol   Hoats In B.C.
Koot of Josephine- St Tti    Alf
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries
Butter, Kicks.
Oamp and Miners' Supplies.
The Daily Canadiaii
St. Paul'a Church.
Services at St. Paul's tomorrow will
be conducted by Rev. James Smith.
Machinlata'   Plcrrlc.
The employees of tbe C. P. R. machine shops are enjoying an outing ut
Procter this afternoon.
Diphtheria   at   Koch's   Siding.
Doctors Arthur and Hall went up to
Koch's Siding this morning to investigate a report that a case of diphtheria
have developed in the that neighborhood.
Local   Minstrels.
Mr. Ed. Mason ls organizing a local
minstrel troupe and requests all Interested to attend a meeting at the Miners*
I'nion hall on Monday evening, at 8
Conservative Executive.
A meeting of the executive committee
of the Liberal Conservative Association
will be held Tuesday evening at S
o'clock ln the secretary's office. Reports
will be received from committees appointed at the last meeting.
Library Book*.
The librarian acknowledges with
thanks, three books donated by Mr. E.
A. Wright: "Sophy of Krovania," Anthony Hope; "Katherlne," E. Temple
Thurston: "American Pioneer," E.
Phtllipots. A hundred new books of the
Tabard Inn library have been received
Coal   Licence*.
His Honor Judge Wilson will hold a
seaalon of the county court of East
Kootenay at Fernie on Monday to determine disputes under the Coal Mines
Act In respect of the coal and oil lands
of Southeast Kootenay. S. S. Taylor,
K C, will represent Nelson parties. Sir
HtbbWt Tupper. K. C. of Vancouver,
and R. T. Elliott, of Victoria, will attend
Business Change.
J. W. Power, Kaslo, has purchased
the local freighting and wood business
of Jas. Spiers of that city and will take
charge of the outfit about the first of
the month. The transfer Includes several teams of horses, wagons and var-
lousrlgging connected therewith. It is
the Intention of the new owner to conduct a general freighting, wood and coal
business In Kaslo.
Baptiat Service*.
At the Baptist church tomorrow the
Rev. C. J. Cameron. Field Secretary for
McMaster University of Toronto, will
preach. In the evening the Masonic
brethern will attend the service, and the
pastor will preach, aubject, "The Holy
Bible the First Great Light." G. A.
Brown will sing, "The King of Love My
Shepherd Is." All visiting brother Ma-
tons are cordially  invited.
You may have  been disappointed in other Coffees but you
���will nefrer be  disappointed in
T. &. B.
C. A. Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine Sta.
During the next two or three weeks
we propose to offer you The BARGAIN
OPPORTUNITY of the year We have
bought freely tills year nf uoods for
Fall and Holiday trade, and we begin to
realize that we will have to take
measures to make room for the new
stock. To this end we an* overhauling
our stock and laying out a lot of odds
and ends���lines of which we no longer
have sufficient quantities to make a
showing. Most of them articles of prac
tlcal use and value, ani marking them
at merely numlnal prices to clear them
We are putting thorn in mir window
with price tickets on them. Look in
our window and see what you can set
NOW for 10c, 15c or 25c
Remember always, when wo say bur-
gains we mean bargains in the truest
and fullest sense of the word.
W. G. Thomson
gftiVrttl* 'n<1  Nelson, B.C.
Phona .1*4.
Strengthening   Case.
Following the representations made
to attorney-general Bowser by Dr. Hall.
M. L. A., Rev. J. T. Ferguson has forwarded a full statement of the deception practised on the party of Scots
who arrived In Nelson a week ago. Several of the members of the party are
seeking legal redress on their own account hut It In thought that the government through the agent-general should
also prosecute.
Painful Accident.
Archibald McVlttle, the well known
'and surveyor, met with a painful accident yeBterday afternoon. While taking a cork from a "pop" bottle he struck
the top of the bottle with a stone, and
tn the explosion that followed a piece
nf glass penetrated the pupil of the eye.
A careful examination of the eye disclosed the fact that the pupil of the eye
was permanently Injured, and this afternoon the eye, waB removed. There will
be much sympathy with Mr. McVltte
in his trouble.
New Theatre.
The Nelson Theatre Company. Limited, has been organized, and the Mem
orandum of Association haa been for-
worded to Victoria. The lots on which
the theatre is to be built are located on
the corner of Victoria and Stanley
streets and have a rrontage of 120 reel.
The building will be of modern construction and absolutely Are proof. The
capital is being provided by well known
citizens of Nelson and others Interested
In promoting theatrical enterprises. It
Is understood that work on the building
will be commenced ln the near future.
Th* Silver Grill has opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The beat 35 cent
meal In the city.
Seriuoa Accident.
Mrs. C. C. Chipman. wife of the Chief
Commissioner of the Hudson's Bay
Company met with a serious accldenl
on Saturday at her summer borne at
Lower Fort Garry, near Winnipeg. She
was reclining In a hammock which was
supported by two poles when a pole
at the head snapped, letting her down
with great suddenni'Bs. allowing her
head to strike the remaining piece of
pole left In the ground. She sustained
a deep cut in the bark of her head. A
surgeon was called and several stitches
were necessary.
Wholesale an<l  Kctftll Dealer*! ln
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied ou shortest notice and
lowest prion. NothhiK bat  fresh and
wholesome meats and supples kept in stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES,   Manager.
(OLD 'HaIS, between Hoover and Vernon
fttrsetl Suitable rn-war-l will be p-ftfj) for it��
rtturn.    Mtl'iriiii'l A M-vHanly.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
AO to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale.
All kinds of Dlnnerware ln stoek. Pat-
xl   K��-l
untuiuIuk a Mfiuert cheque ol
nd Relief Mining 'ComooMj, pay abb
fl. i   letu-ra-     Finder   kindly
brave at No Place I un.
LO-T (Hi (** HAYKIl ���- Black Cocker Spaniel,
weariiiK tU ol collar AAMfton to "Klra'' Anyone harboring will bf pro-seeuted. L, Crauiurd.
P. u   Box 6*1
TWO K1RBT-OL.AS8 ROOMS, eteam heated     ApplT houaekee��er. 3rd flat, K . W. 0. block.
i. PAKTNKH with 17,000 to purchase a fruit
ranch near Nelaon A good uperulaiioii. Partner DMd not tw aetlvely enaaaed on ranch.
.ppljrT. o.pRociKK.
Kor pttttCUlWI appl
The Store of Quality
illtl.l.   BOY      Apply the Strath-
B. C
W.\N'I Mi���by you ng Hngtifomau, job with fruit
farmer   where   be can   thoroughly learn  the
businean      At present In Winnipeg but would
i H. I)., t'aiTy **������
conic at once.   Addrei
7 Canadian.
TKACUKK    at  MeadowK.
fipratley, Secretary, Krle
}������>)  per  month.
FOR HALE-Six-roomed cottage, Stanley Street
near Mill Modern Improvement!. 11,600,
l erini given.    Apply Hra fUsoQ.
Ram Lal Tea
Packed in the Gardens Where
It Is Grown-Can Be Bought for
the Same Money as a Cheaper
We -stake Our Reputation on
the Quality and Reccommend
It to AU Tea Drinkers as Absolutely the Best Value Offered.
50c per lb.
K. W. 0. BUM* . PhOM U.
Kaalo ami South  Fork.
Another thlni; the Kootenalan lias persistently booster for has come to pass
We are to have a Arsi. class wagon road
and driveway between here and Smith
Fork, which means practically a splendid road for vehicular traffic almost to
the foot of the Kitchener glacier. The
present road between the city and South
Fork was formerly part of the stage lite*
to Three Forks, but with the advent of
the Iron horse naturally fell Into disuse.
Wagons and saddle horses have frequently gone ov.-r tt with some risk.
Now the gov,*rnmi*nt has taken hold of
the matter and will put It In flrst class
shape for saddle horses, buggies, bicycles or utoe. Alex Goldsmith will be
ln charge of the work. It will In- of
great benefit to Kaslo's Increasing tour*
1st business It Is altogether likely that
J. W. Power's saddle and horse-pack
outfits, now located at South Fork, will
be concentrated here.���KaBlo Kooteu-
Should Not Be Tolerated.
No one appears to be able to locale
the responsibility of the granting per.
missllon to the motely crew now camped
on the recreation grounds and masipn*r
adlng under the title of an "amusement'
company to carry on their "perform
ances."     Nothing like  this aggregation
Is Rehow/ied
Its Business Energy
All  the authorized Text  Books for
Public aud High Schools.
Mail orders promptly filled.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Lti
COR  BAKER  and  WARD.        Phone 81
Plums, per basket  35c
Peaches, per lb    . 15c
Pears, 2 lb. for 25c
Apples, 3 lb. for 25c
Crab Apples, 3 lb. for   25c
Telephone 181.
For Sale
COTTAGE���3 roomH. water and electric
light, woodshed, chicken bouses, fruit
treea, u* block from car line. For
quick   sale.     Terms  given.     $750.00.
o% aens within mile of city. Suitable
Tor market garden.    Terms given.
LAND on Kootenay and Arrow lakes.
Slocan. Kootenay and Salmon rivers,
etc.    From $1U to S i'i per ucre.
F. B.  LYS
Real   Estate   and   General  Agent.
Weat  Baker Street. NELSON.  B. C.
Confetti  Battle
has ever been M*t*n In the weBt before,
anil that they should be permitted to
hold their nightly revels on the recreation grounds Is causing a great deal ot
unfavorable comment. It Is a disgrace
to a civilized community that this hand
of mountebanks were oermitted to remain here after their first "exhibition."
Hut not only were the old crowd allow
ed lo continue, but last night enothei
tent was erected und within a few
mlntit.-H the slake drivers und roust-
iiln.ill      presented    what    they   called    a
"vaudeville" show. As was remarked
hy one who visited tn.- tent, this was
th>* limit. After tbe show was over
tin.*.* i.i four of tlo* performers gut into   a   flghi   at   tho   hoaidltig-hoilMn.   and
bottle* aini other dangerotii articles
Were freely need, with the result tliat a
doctor   was   culled   In   to   atlend   U)   Hie
wounded.   There ha* been a good deal
0 Imoney spent on the city's recreation
���^loiiinis. siu-.-iy iii.* citizens, in beautifying this spot, never contemplated thai
1 was to be used for tbe purposes fur
**hicli It hay been occupied during the
past row days it is sincerely lu he
hoped that It will never happen again.
K. II. Bird, representing the llrndley
Engineering & Machinery Co.. Spokane,
is in tbe city.
capt. (iore, luperliytendenl of tho c.
I*. It. fleet In Inland water*, was In the
Okanagan this week
Applications will be rncelved by the
undersigned up till noon Monday, Aug.
26, for the position of sales and warehouse man for tho Kootenny Fruit
Growers' Association. Applicant, must
ctate experience and salary required.
D.  C.   McMORRIS,
All Kind* of Heating Plant* In Stock.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooera Home.      Tel. 181.
Hay and Timber Land���About 40
acres of hay and 60 acres of timber,
right beside a II. It. siding and only a
short distance from Nelson. $20.0*0
per acre.
Baker St., Opposite Queen'* Hotel.
R.   W.   HINTON
Rapnlrlng ��ri*J Jobhlng wsvctitafU with Daapatuh.    Nh.et MH,..
Work,  Mining nnd  .Mill Mnthlnoi-y.      Mnnulnuturlranl
Ora   a^.ii-a..   H.   n.    i;..,.lniclur.*   Kara.
NELSON,    E. C.
Lumber, Shingles,
L.att-i, AAou I din ���<*���������-., Doors, Windows,
Turned Work and Braeketa. Mail Orders promptly atteodaa*m
VBRNON -ST-RUHT   ...   >IILSOral. B. O.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company. Limited.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
tVlioicMiiic Provisional
. GoTernment Creamery One Ponnd Bricks recetred weekly fM��h from **���
i-hiiri.     For sale by all leading frrocerf.
Oflloe and warehouse : Iloaston Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street.       ...       Nelson, B. C
Our shipment of these has beeu delayed in transit but wf M
them now, and in order to clear before the season is too
far advanced we are selling them at prices that
should place one in every home.    Call aud
be couviuccd aud enjoy comfort.
J. H. Ashdown Hordvratt
Company, Limited. N.i��n Br.****
Gtins and
If ytra nre thinking of buyiiiK a Ritln or (Inn this i*"***"'
and Inipeot our stock.
Wo also curry all tho best makes of Ainmimil'"*.'""
Dominion,    Eley,     Kynocn,     U.M.C
and Winchester.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., U


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