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The Daily Canadian Jun 12, 1907

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Fiftt Casta k Month
ebcm ras
mi Tribunal's Sphere
led States Deltgates to Hague
IPeace Conference WUI Vote
for Forward Move.
tsblogton, June 12.���On the eve of
ic-iinsl Hague ronfs'rence which will
nble next Saturday, the part to be
nl   lis   the   I'nited   States   ln   thla
international  gathering and  the
e ol the instills lis nss, under whieb
lelegates are to participate In the
i sss,    becomes a matter of great
1 the lirsl order of importance, ac-
fug io the American  view, Is the
ssal thai iinprovementH be made In
{provisions of Uie existing conven-
atlve to a peaceful settlement of
|i..s iMisssl   disputes   uh   regards   the
ol -Arbitration and the Internutlou-
-miisslon of Inquiry.    Instructions
American dogates on this jsoint
toown to he explicit.    They are to
jililng ln  their power to inllu-
e conference to enlarge powers
he   permanent Hague tribuunl in
tg with arbitration cases; above all
IT ��rt i.s to be made to bring more
ess before the tribunal; Induce na-
i.s havs- more frequent resource to
tribunal    for   the    settlement    ss'
disputes;    tlie  fact  is that the
I'M and Secretury Koot are dlsap-
L-d .si llss. very small issue from tbe
���i tribunal.    Since its creutlou. It
ssis-ssl upon Just four cases; First,
ii   case, Involving the disposition
s*  fund  set   apart   by   Mexico   to
I  'In- Catholic church In Califor-
ii cliurch property taken over by
-i'i*. second, the settlement of the
lon growing out of the blockade of
''I. Ian ports hy the allied powers;
the Alaskan   boundary   question
'���< is Great llrltaln and the United
-. fourth, the diclslon of a question
> is Japan aud Great Hritain as to
���-s inpium from taxation of foreign
���:> iu Japan.
'���sit lhe last of these caBes were
nerlcan origin.    In other words al-
is   serious   international   disputes
arisen and been adjusted diplomat-
sir hy   lull's, of  arms  since the
-ii ssr the Hague Tribunal, the Uni-
tales and Ureal llrltaln have been
sly parties to resort to arbitration.
i- why wiih a full belief In the ef-
:���   and   humanity   and   common-
"f that method of settling interna-
quarrels, the Washington govern-
seconded hy Great Hritain, hus In-
* si its delegates to try and enlarge
*'i|��- of the arbitration principle.
erlcan delegates will also take an
'"���sl position In the discussion and
in-lit of the second article In the
1   programme,   namely,   the  addl-
to the laws and customs of war
nd.    These propositions relate to
penlng of hostilities, the rights of
nl- on  land,  etc.    Tho  necessity
isklng these additions to the rules
tr was made  plainly  manifest  by
li er war and the Russo-Japanese
Certain of our own experiences in
Philippine   Insurrection   havo  also
some Influence on the decision'of
Washington government to support
1 additions to the existing code. It
Hood Unit an attempt will also
hy the American delegates to
** sssnic general agreement as to
ssuance (lf a declaration of wnr In
*'" 'lins. before the beginning of uctu-
tllltles; to ensure reasonable pro-
�� fur the rlghls  of  neutral resl-
- in lhe belligerent countries and
"''in-ill trade.
1 country has taken   a   more   nd-
1 position than tbe United States
liberal treatment of neutrals on
Kli Seas In tlmo of war.    There-
"' American delegales will strong-
"I'l'iirt llie third article of the pro-
��� "lining the exercise "of tho'rig'ht of
loardment and the seizure of prlvnto
Wl y ut sea.
)" United Slates also takes a very
"I view of contraband of wnr, and
ue.egates will seek lo limit the list
F"i'*rnailonnl agreement (somothlng
*  heretofore accoiftpllahed) so as to
|'i "iijuist seizures of private prop-
rican   mllltnry   strategists   rely
"" the submarine and floating
w      us menus of const defense. Hut
t ' "'"H unstained by neutral ship-
en i   ;   '""' "m"-v months after
I,. V,    ,? "'  ""=   KtisKO-JapancBo
"���e-. inclined the authortles to thc
i.it some mode must bo found
icethVH8 """nK*' "' �� minimum.
I In a L,T, ,rl,T" K ""' l""t,le wl"
ind Ir��,"ln�� clTo,', "' "* dow��
:"""'""ept,eT8W,l,,hl  Wh,��"
"��!�����/ the American delegates will
heartily support the fourth and last article or the permanent programme suggested by ltussla, namely, to add to tlie
articles of the llrst conference articles
applying to modem warfare the principles of the Geneva convention. This
convention dates back to 1804, and tho
American delegates will do ull In their
power to make lhe new rules conform
to the developments of modern warfare.
Though not offering the same promise
of satisfactory agreement as the four
subjects ou the regulur programme
above referred to, of far greater Interesi
to the public are lhe two propositions,
ths' one relating to the limitation of
armaments and the other concerning Uie
famous Drago Doctrine, which may be
dlscjjaaod If the conference so wills. The
attitude of the American delegates toward these subjects, about which Uiere
has been much speculation, Is after all,
reasonably clear. A careful perusul of
Secretary Hoot's public utterances discloses the attitude the American delegates will assume, tliough of course, not
the details of their instructions. In substance their Instructions are to the effect that from the beginning the Unltesf
States has held that the limitation of
armaments being a legacy from thc first
conference, cannot he Ignored, and
shoulil be dlBi-ussi'd nt the second conference.
Realizing lhat in Its Isolated position
the United States Is Icbs affected by the
neesls of -ureal armaments than are tlie
closely crowded countries of Europe,
Mr. Root believes that Uie very fact of
our isolation and -eomparative freedom
from danger on this score makes lt pos
sible for the United Slates to advance
the proposal with more udvantage than
any other nation and without any que*
tion of our disinterestedness.
But regardless of the action or nonaction of Oreat llrltaln���the two powers (hat arc aligned with the United
States in supporting the proposed slis
cuBslon of this great question���the effort to have it considered by the con-
ference will be mnde. This will be for
the moral effect of the proposal.
Originating with South America the
famouB Drago Doctrine aa It will be pre-
seated In a modified form to thc second conference, not as one of the articles of the set programme, but as one
for sipilisnal discussion, must be of
course urged with all the ability of the
trained diplomatists of thc American
delegation. It will be represented by
them that the attempt to collect debts
due the citizens of one nation by the
government of another has had most deplorable consequences, but that it results In Ihe Biibjugallon of weaker nations by unscrupulous claimants. The
American proposition ls sure to encounter strong opposition from the creditor
nations of Europe, but it will be urged
as a mailer of Justice, and it Is hoped
ihat Ine conference may be Induced to
restrict the exercises of force In sucb
Real   Estate   Men  Contribute  to Fund
for Exhibit at Winnipeg-
Want Good Display.
The real estate men of Nelson as the
most direct beneficiaries of any scheme
of advertising the agricultural resources of the district, bave made a
prompt and generous response to the
appeal of the executive committe of
the 20,000 Club for funds to provide for
an adequate display at tbe Winnipeg
Exhibition In July. It Is proposes! that
the exhibit shall be In charge of men
from ,\elson capable of Intelligently expounding the advantages and attractions
of Kootenay as a Held for settlement
and who Bhall havo sufficient advertising literature to supply all Inquirers.
For these purposes It was estimated by
lhe committee that at least $1,600 would
be required. Thc canvass has already
been most successful, tho following sub-
Bcrlptlons having been guaranteed, with
more to follow:
F. L. Hammond $100.00
.1. E. Annable  100.00
fisher-Hamilton Co  100.00
McDermid & Mcllardy   100.00
Tove & Co  100.00
Kooteuny Land and Invest. Co. .. 100.00
H.  &  M.  Hlrd        60.00
Sluhbs & Pllts      60.00
Wolverton & Co    60.00
McMorris & Unrated      60.00
Clayton ft Clayton       60.00
II. D. Croasdaile      60.00
T. Q, Procter 	
Orchard Still Under Fire���Described as Greatest Liar of Century-Hay-
wood's Greeting to Convention at Denver-Gen. Bell Denies Story
Reported   Attempt   by   Americans   to
Bribe the Pope.
Paris, June 12.���The Matin publishes
a despatch from Rome snylng that two
wealthy American Catholics recently
Informed the pope that Catholicism
would make great strides In America If
Archbishop Ireland wore made a cardinal, and that they would donate
$1,000,000 to the church. The pope, nc-
cording to tho correspondent, wns most
Indignant at the suggestion of such n
Open for All.
Berlin, June 12.-Thc Tngeblait Bays
It    learns    that   the   Frnnoo.Jnpnnese
treaty  contains a clntise guaranteeing
the open door In China for all nations.    I
Boise, June 12.���Harry Orchard, calm
and self-possessed, begins today the
Beventh day of bis examination ln the
chapters of his later life, which beginning with petty social offences, led on
through a maze of fearful crimes to
the penitentiary and thc shadow of tbe
gallows. For six days Judge, Jury, lawyers, newspaper men and spectators
have listened to this uuto-recltul that
tunes the gamut of evil unUl mere murder has become commonplace and
wholesale assassinations barely enough
to cause sensation in the crowded court
room. So lar no subtle trap laid by
counsel accustomed to lure a witness
to contradiction has caught Orchard in
material contradictious of his original
narrative. He Is willing to tell everything he has done, to give the closest
detail, details so minute tbat some differences have heen sufficient to give his
cross-examiner hope tbat he can impeach tne witns ss hy showing contradictions. Counsel for the defense themselves say that their associate is baffled at times by Uie directness and the
absolute cohesion of Orchard's replies.
They are not slow to pronounce Orchard the must remarkable witness they
have ever Been and even suy that he ls
possibly the most popular psychological
study ever offered for the dissection of
u cross-examiner. Tbe suggestion has
been made that tbe inan has been
coached for the ordeal. Warden Whitney, of the Idaho penitentiary, laughs,
at Uie suggestion. He, too, after watching Orchard for more than 12 months,
pronounces hlm as far beyond hlm, not-
withstanding his intimate kuowledge of
the character of criminals. Orchard, he
says, has not talked for 16 minutes
about his examination with any one
since he flrst went ou the stand. He
speuds his lime aloue, wbeu not asleep
ur eating, thinking or reading. Orchard
la brought in from the penitentiary
every morning and Is taken to the ofllce
of J. H. Hawley, leading counsel for the
state. Detectives and trusted deputies
guard every en nance. Just before the
hour for the opening of court a closed
carriage driven to the door and ln a
few minutes, Orchard, surrounded by a
group of dectectlves, passes quickly into
the carriage, the wnrden of the penitentiary and two deputies enter and they
ure driven to the court house. Orchard
always enters the building by the stairway made temporarily by an extension
of a flre escape for tbe UBe of the Jury
and prisoners. Haywood is brought ln
by the same stairway and Is always
A remarkable feature of the cross-ex-
animation has been the freedom allowed
by the prosecution to counsel for the
defense. Objections are seldom made.
Richardson's questions are frequently
misleading but this brings no protest.
Mr. Hawley's objections aro more frequently overruled than sustained. Judge
Wood has evidently determined to give
every latitude in the exomlnatlon of Orchard nnd to allow every detail of the
story to go before the Jury. The cross-
examination of Orchard hus been carried out in such extraordinary detail
und so much time has been consumed
by the Bame Btory over and over again
thut there Is reason to believe Richardson hopes to wear tho witness down.
The whole of yesterday afternoon the
testimony was confined practically to a
few of tho time Orchard spent In Denver after returning from IiIb trip to CnlL
fornla whore he tried to kill Fred ifrad-
ley. Many plans wore mnde fur murder
and assassination and some petty
crimes were committed but Orchard had
not succeeded in "pulling anything off."
When court adjourned ho was starting for Canon City Col., for tho purpose
of assassinating former Governor Peabody, who seems to have borne a
charmed life, bo many times did he escape the bullet or bomb of the men who
waited to kill him. During his narration Orchard continually mentioned the
names of peoplo who are In the court
room as spectators or ns witnesses. Mra.
Slevo Adams and Mra. Pettlbono are
always present. "Hill* Easterly, who
wns formally charged by Orchard wllh
participating In his plattB, Is constantly
nn attendant, nnd James Irwin, tho acting secretary ot the Western Federation
of sMInej'S. nnd whoso nnme hns been
brought In by Orchard  fro  mtlme to
time, but who bas not been charged by
tbe witness with having helped in any
of the conferences, is generally an interested listener. Mr. Kirwln came to
Dolse on a summons from the state.
The Western Federation is now holding
Its annual session at Denver and a substitute wag selected for Kirwin In order
to allow him to attend the trial. Haywood, while in the court room, has received several telegrams from members
of Uie federation now in session. He
always seems gratlfled to receive them
and shows them to members of IiIb
counsel. '
Denver, June 12.���"Steve Adams will
not testify for the prosecution in the
Haywood case." This was tbe declare-
Uon of acting 8e<S*retary James Kirwln,
of the Western Federation of Miners to
the convention yesterday. He returned
from Boise, and told the delegates that
Haywood's lawyers have the assurance
from Adams that he will repudiate bis
confession if be Is placed on the stand
by the prosecution. Mr. Kirwin also
brought tbe following message from
William D. Haywood: "Harry Orchard
is the greatest liar of the twentieth
century, as every man he is implicated
with stands ready to tesUfy. I am determined to take the stand and show
where he has lied, if your convention
bad been six weeks later I would bave
been with yon for by tbat time I shall
be a free man."
Boise, June 12.���Qualifying his assurance that he will not testify tor the
prosecution, Steve Adams says: "Harry Orchard is a brute and a liar." He
unhesitatingly declares that the whole
of Orchard's testimony with regard to
Adams ls false. The cross-examination
has not revealed anything new. Orchard
has been more than a match for his inquisitor. During the cross-examination
Monday and Tuesday he was the coolest man in the court room. He avoided
tho traps repeatedly set for blm by
Richardson, and when lt came to a close
tent of skill he sent back more than
he received. Only once has he shown
any feeling, and that was when the defending attorney referred to his heart-
lessness ln leaving hia wife in Canada
to earn a living for herself and child by
working bard in a cheese factory. Ab
he admitted that it was hard work for
a woman he seemed to lose control of
himself for a moment. A peculiarity of
Orchard Is that he seems to regret the
leBs serious crimes of his youth more
than the murders he committed since
coming to the United States. About the
only important thing elicited by the defense in examination Is that Orchard
had committed several crimes before
the murders of which he accuses himself. For the first time, he has confessed that he burnt the cheese factory
In Ontario to get the $600 Insurance,
nnd that his first crimes were committed
between the age of 27 and 28 years,
when he began selling cheese short In
weight. These crimes he seemed to feel
nshamed of, but he told without a blush
or a tremor of his attempts to poison
by strychnine, Bradley, his wife, child
and three servants In San Francisco. He
simply stated that he was desperate and
did not care how many suffered. That
he Is a close observer of little things
wns shown when he spoke of telling the
San Francisco merchant that he was
buying dynamite to blow out stumps.
"But," said Richardson, "there nre no
stumps In California." "Oh, yes," replied Orchard, "I saw lots of stumps on
my way out to Caliente Springs." The
attemp to show thst he was a detective has also signally failed. When
shown Ihe report that originated In Nelson, B. C, that he lived there tn tho autumn of 1896, he was thoughtful for a
moment, but said nothing. One thing
Is now certuln. If the prosecution
proves what they say they can prove,
and the defense are able to controvert
It, this trial will be celebrated as tho
greatest exhibition of perjury in the history of criminal Jurisprudence. Three
hundred men are prepared to swear
what the opposite Bide contends Is
false. So far Orchard's story is not generally believed. It Is contended that it
Is Inconceivable that a human being
could have lieen guilty of so many coldblooded murders nnd then reveal thorn
without the movement of a muscle. Tho
verdict must eventually be reached simply by preponderance of evidence and
circumstantial corroborative  detail.
Denver, June 12.���"Is Orchard a liar
as well as an assassin?" asked Adjutant-
General Sherman Bell.
"Well, that doesn't tell. He's the blg-
gest liar tbat ever saw Pike's Peak, the
most monstrous liar ln the country 1
ever knew personally.
"Orchard Is a liar when he says tbat
he was ln Denver looking for me and
trying to get me in July aud August,
"Why didn't he do thc business when
he and Haywood, as he says, drove out
to my house, on east Thirteenth avenue
for tie purpose of getting me?"
This Is what Bell has to say of that
part of Harry Orchard's testimony In
which the confessed murderer stated
that be and Haywood hired a buggy and
drove out to the Bell residence for the
purpose of killing the then adjutant-
Gen. Bell declares emphatically that
Orchard never tried to kill him. He
adds that Orchard would have bad no
trouble in finding him at any time.
"You know," Bell continued, "and so
does everybody around Denver ,tbat I
was at all times around the Btate and
city alone, and lf Orchard really wanted
to kill some one, or get killed, I was
always open for engagements.
"I know Orchard. He and Steve Adams and I all lived at Independence
and It seems funny to me that they
would be looking for a chance to take a
shot at me when I was in the El Paso
and New Mexico country and he knew
It. Tbe fact ls. Orchard was not looking
for me. In regard to some of his testf-
mony, he Is the biggest liar that ever
Baw Pike's Peak.
"Will the citizens of the Illustrious
state of Colorado, with few exceptions,
allow her sister state of Idaho to be
used as a laundry and clothes line for
our bloody linen?
"I have been sued by the federation
membership for $2,166,000 and suits for
a large part of this sum are sUll pending in the. state and federal courts. I am
going to fight the whole business right
out here In Colorado.
"I wish tbey woild adjourn court ln
Idaho and transfer tbe whole business
to where it principally and properly belongs���Colorado."
Salvation Army Undertakes to Provide
Domestic Servants for Prairie  Farmers.
Winnipeg, June 12.���The Salvation
Army's immigration department1 has
been simply deluged with applications
for domesUc help, and in almost every
case the ned has been urgent. In many
cases tbe farmers have been obliged
to neglect their outside duties owing to
sickness In the family and not being
able to secure help for the house. The
demand from the city Is also very great
and the army is anxious to meet this
need, and have under consideration a
plan, or scheme, which is being submitted to the headquarters and by which
they hope to be instrumental ln bringing a good number of domestics to the
The nrmy has lt upon good authority
that there are a great number of good,
willing, working girls In the rural districts of Great Britain tbat would be
glad to take advantage of coming to this
country, but are barred for lack of
money to pay travelling expenses.
Wiat the army here proiwses to do
Is to Bend officers tb the old country to
give a series of lectures upon the advantages of Canada to the young women of Great Britain and at the same
time make personal selection of those
suitable for dnmeftlc duties nnd enlist
their names for a special set sailing
when the whole party would be conducted by army matrons right through
to tho west.
lt will be necessary for those desirous of obtaining help In this way to
advance the travelling of each domes,
tic, also giving good references for the
safe-guarding of the girls Bent out.
Providing a sufficient number of applicants aro prepared to advance the
necessary travelling expenses and
agree to the requirements, the scheme
will no doubt materialize as already
the army has received a great deal of
encouragement from a number of lending citizens In different parts of lho
Italian   Murdered.
Rochester, N. Y., Juno 12.���An   unidentified Italian was shot back of tho
ear and instantly killed nbout 11 o'clock
last night. The murder occurred at the
east end of State street bridge in the
shadow of the large breweries there.
Two -countrymen of the dead man were
seen pursuing him, but no arrests have
been made. The hands of the man
killed were in his pockets and one was
grasping a rusty razor when found.
Silverton Property Acquired Today for
New York Syndicate.
The Hewitt mine, near Silverton,
owned by Vancouver men, and worked
for several years under lease by H. 8.
Days, of Nelson, was sold this morning.
The purchasers are New Yorw capitalists represented in Nelson by Olcott
The deal was negotiated by C. V.
Hall, of Nelson. The terms of the sale
are withheld for the present.
Prices ef Mststs.
New York, June 12.���Silver, 66%c;
copper, 22%c; lead $6.76.
London, June 12.���Silver, 3013-16.;
lead, ��20, 7s., ild.
Chance for Slocan.
The immediate future, of the Slocan district, In so far as It Is affected by transportation facilities,
will be determined by the develop,
ment of the next two months.
Slocan has been favored ln the
past above all other districts
served by the C. P. R. It enjoyed
a first-class service six days a
week while many other far more
remuneraUve branches, notably
those of the Okanagan Valley and
between Calgary and Macleod
have had only tri-weekly service.
The expectations of growth on
which the daily service was Inaugurated have not been realized,
and the anomalous position was at
last changed.
D. C. Coleman, superintendent
of the Kootenay division, returned
last night from a visit to the district, in the course of which he
made a thorough InvesUgation of
condlUons, present and prospective.
Seen today by a representative
of The Daily Canadian, Mr. Coleman said:
"At present I cannot see anything to warrant a return to the
daily service.
"I have telegraphed Mr. Pratt,
of Sandon, who was spokesman for
the district delegation, tbat we will
give a better connection than at
present for the Sandon traffic.
"I have also promised that a
check will be kept on the total
traffic of the district for a period
of two months, and that if at the
end of that Ume tbere are any indications of a substantial improvement, the dally service will be restored."
Mr. Coleman expresses confidence in..the ultimate prosperous
development of all Kootenay, Including the Slocan, and particularly his admiration for Nelson as a
residential city.
Stories Again Current of Extortion, Outrage and Murder,
Geneva, June 12.���Droschak, the organ
of the Armenian FederaUon in Geneva,
asserts that there has been a recrudescence of Turkish cruelty In the neighborhood of Van.
A dispatch has Been received via
Tlflls from the Armenians in Van (Turkish Armenia), stating that lhe governor, All Bey, Is draining the province
nnd adopUng the most atrocious means
to secure the payment ot taxes. He ls
forcibly demanding taxes that are
twenty-two years tn arrears. The people,
who are already poverty-stricken and
famished, are in a state of despair.
The Turkish collectors, unable to get
money, are taking possesslop of evry-
thlng they can lay hands upon, especially furniture and Implements of labor.
They even destroy houses, cut down
trees and sell the furniture by auction.
Some of the measures adopted by the
tax-gatherers are indescribable. They
violate women, tear the moustaches
from men and force them to drink five
'or six liters of water. An inhabitant
of the village of Aratefiz has died form
ill-treatment, and a child has been killed
there in Its mother's arms. At Hayat-
zaznr 2300 men, women and children
have passed six nights In the streets.
Was Shot First.
Glhb's Landing, La., June 12.���James
Wilson, 22 years old, a negro, was shot
lo death and his body burned near here
Saturday night for attempting criminal
assault on the daughter of a planter.
Cry of Revolutionists io
Orderly So Fu Except at Hwtpdkr
���Municipal Government *
-;' Is Abolished.
Paris, June 12.���The municipal
strike in tbe south Is progressing and
the prefects of the departments involved
have received a number of resignations
of mayors and municipal councils. Almost all the principal towns In the affected region are now ln a condition of
municipal anarchy. Premier Clemenceau bas summoned the prefects of the
deisartment of Aude to Paris to confer
on the subject. The chamber yesterday
discussed and rejected various alterna-
Ure schemes to M. Callloux' Mils, including the proposal made by the Socialist leader, H. Jaures, that the vineyards of France be nationalised, and
that they establish a monoply of alcohol
and sugar.
Nsrbonne, June 12.���M. Ferroul, who
hss resigned the post of mayor of this
town, has requested Marceiln Albert,
the leader of the wine growers' movement, to summon all tbe resigned mayors to meet at Narbonne to consider the
best means of ensuring the absolute suspension of all local governments In the
wine district.
Montpeiler, Jnne 11.���Aft-er the announcement of the resignation of the
municipal council here yesterday evening in accordance with the wine growers' programme, the arrest ot a yonth
for -carrying a banner bearing- the inscription: "March on to Paris, long live
the revolution," led to serious disorder.
Hussars were called out and charged
the people repeatedly. A number of
persons were injured and calm only restored by the release of the prisoners.
Inspired   Organ   Rebukee  Anti-British
Talk and Agitation.
Berlin, June 12.���A leading article In
Die Post, which Is evidently Inspired,
draws attention to recent articles In a
section of the London press calculated
to sow dlssention between Germany and
England by statements to the effect that
ln Germany war between the two countries is regarded as inevitable.
The Post, which Is by no means
friendly to England, states that tn Germany no responsible politician holds
this view. On the contrary, In Germany,
as in England, responsible men know
no higher object than the maintenance
of peace, and regard existing armaments
as Bervlng this purpose.
Between the two countries, It says,
there does not exist any quesUon to
cause a conflict. There are no points
of friction which could lead necessarily
to war. Not only Is this the opinion of
statesmen but of the vast majority of
the people of both nations. It ls only a
dwindling minority on both sides which
thinks otherwise, a minority which has
no influence on international polltlces.
It Is a direct perversion of the truth
not to recognise this and to give aa the
public opinion of Germany the views
which fill the heads of fools or criminals. The Post stigmatizes this method
of controversy as perfidious, as a war
rare against which the sharpest measures are necessary.
Ocean Launch Race,
"Hamilton, Bermuda, June 12.���The
power boat Allsa Chalg arrived here yesterday morning at 9:69 an dthe Idaho,
her competitor for the Gordon Bennett
cup, at 7:12 last evening. They both
had a rough passage. The Allsa Craig
and the Idaho, both gasoline driven
power boats left New York at 4:10 p. m.,
June 8th on a 460 mile race to Bermuda.
The Allsa Craig, 69 feet lon, ls commanded by Thomas Fleming Day. The
Idaho, 60 feet long, is in command of
W. B. Stevens. Each boat had a crew
of eight men. The elapsed Ume of
Allsa Craig was 66 hours and 49 minutes, that or Idaho, 75 hours 2 minutes.
Ab the latter Is allowed 8 hours 66 minutes and 88 seconds, the Allsa Craig
wins the long race by only 16 minutes
and 22 seconds. While the two boats
are very nearly ot a else the AUbs
Craig has much greater power. Ber engines are capable ot developing 50 horse
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51   '
MHMK The Daily Canadian
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===== STORES ==
Miners' and All
Campers' Supplies
TENTS in all sizes and weights
UNDERWEAR at all prices
From S to 12 Pounds.
SOX.  MITTS, etc-  etc.
HAV,   FLOUR and   FEED. V __
In all these lines we offer excellent quality at very
reasonable prices.
lt should therefore be supported so generously that an adequate demonstration
may be made.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
CAPITAL PAID OP... .14.^30.000 BEST ��4,TS0,000.
D. B. WTLKTB. President.        HON. BOBERT JAFFBAY, Vioe-Pnaideinl
Branches in British Colambu:
Deporire received and Interest allowed at highest   current rate from date of
opening of account, and compounded quarterly.
Ja   M��   LAY,  Manager,
The Royal Bank of Canada
Savings Department
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Published alx days a wh>k : y tbe
Baker St.. .Nelson. B. C.
*noacrlptlon rates, AO -������.-::.:��� a month deliTered
la the city, or 15.00 a rear if sent by mmi. when
paid In a�� ranee.
Advertising raw* ou application.
All monies paid in seiiieineut ��������� Tbe Dally
Canadian accounts, either for Fubseripiloni or
adeertlalag, muit be .-*���.**. eipte'. lor on (he printed
formi ol tie Company. Other receipts are Dot
Wednesday. June  12th, 1907.
The object of advertising by an individual or company is to attract custom and increase the number ol sales.
To a city or district the purpose is only
slightly varied. To attract residents
and visitors means to increase the volume of business, and ultimately to enhance tbe value of real*property .
The beneficiaries uf such advertising
are uot only the agents who profit directly by the sale of property, and the
merchants who secure new customers.
Every owner of land in the district
gains indirectly by the rising values.
That is the justification for promotion societies and tourist associations
In a-king financial assistance from tbt
Ooaa inanity collectively, and from every
individual in it.
A vigorous advertising campaign has
been waged on behalf of Nelson for several jaan paat. OtnaBj the burden has
failea on a tear. Within the last fe*
months organiiation of eflor. has been
achieved. Some*:bme HP
work has been arranged for. an<J no*
all that is required is a s'.eaiy supply
of funds. Obviously the work cannot be
remunerative to the IMM Club, hardly
eelf-snpporting. Excursions, dances and
the sale of pamphlets and buttons may
form a small subsidiary fund, but the
main source of supply must continue to
be membership fees and contributions.
Perhaps it Is only natural that those
who benefit most directly are expected
to contribute most freely.
In the early stages of the existence of
the 20,000 Club, and before that, of the
tourist association, the advertising was
somewhat random. Pamphlets and
views were sent to the Coast, to Eastt-rn
Canada, to the I'nited State*, and to
Britain. From the latter source only, of
those   named,   hare any considerable
number of settlers come to Nelson district.
Hut the most profitable field of all
was for a long time overlooked. Eastward from Kootenay, on our own side
of the boundary line, lie the three prairie provinces. In them Kootenay has a
double interest. Their population offers even now, and it is growing very
rapidly, a practically inexhaustible market for all the fruit that can be grown
ni British Columbia on the acreage now
under cultivation, and there seems
every likelihood that the market will
continue to grow at least as fast as our
means of supplying it.
The other benefit to be derived by
Kootenay from the prairies is of scarce
ly less importance.
After many years of hardship patient
ly borne the farmers of Manitoba are
growing wealthy. The climate of Manitoba is undoubtedly bracing and inrigor.
ating to the young, but It does not offer
many attractions to the man who has
done pioneer work and wishes to enjoy
the evening of life.
A movement has already begun and is
likely to become almost permanent. The
eld successful farmers who by years of
hard work in a hard climate have
earned a competence, look elsewhere
for homes. The climate of Eastern
Canada is little less rigorous than their
own. British Columbia is bound to be
their destination.
Already many have come, the wealth-
taM first. Most of them, il is true, have
g>ne to the cities of the Coast. But
there are many to follow, and all are
not prepared to retire from active work
The most attractive occupation for a re-
ti.ed grain grower is the cultivation of
an orchard.
Herein lies Kootenay's opportunity.
We ali believe, and it must be our aim
to convince others, that Kootenay is the
best district for fruit growing not only
in British Columbia, but on the continent. m
In the last few years something has
been accomplished In the way of demon-
.-t.-ating Kootenay's capabilities In that
lines to tbe people of the prairies. The
20,000 Club has now a definite scheme
for doing the same work on a large
scale at the fairs to be held this summer in Winnipeg and other cities of
Manitoba. An appeal will be made In
the next few days for the financial support required. This will be the most
serious effort of the kind made to date. I
Forecasts of the probable attitude of
the various powers on the questions to
be discussed at the Hague Peace Conference have been published. The forecasts are of course not authoritative
but they are in every- case based on
recent public utterances of the men
who are entitled to speak for their respective nations. The conference is
purely a deliberative body. It bas neither legislative nor executive functions
Before its recommendations can have
any force they must be accepted and
ratified by each of the powers represented. The chief value of the conference Is that it is an evidence of good
will, and it provides a tribunal easily
convened for reference of disputes that
might otherwise lead to war. as unanimity is essential to the success of any
progress fs to be made this year, at
least, towards disarmament or reduction
or limitation of armaments. And yet it is
possible that discussion of the question
may not be fruitless. There are two aspects of the question. Probably none
of the continental powers of Europe will
consent to modify the policy of training
every citizen for the national defence.
Perhaps it is not desirable that they
should. But naval armament is another
thing, To some of the powers a navy
is not a vital necessity and its development can only be regarded as preparation for offensive tactics. Navies are
enormously and increasingly costly. It
would be a relief to tax-payers of all
lands if some agreement could be
reached to limit future development.
The Haywood trial at Boise continues
to "drag its slow length along." The
cross-examination of Orchard has lasted
four days and is still in progress today.
Only the details are new. The credibility of the story is a matter for the jury
to decide. If it is true hardly any repressive measures can be too drastic. If
the story is false Orchard is a monster,
mentally as well as morally. Vntil the
witnesses for the defence begin their
story there will be little new in the
Alex. Henderson, sometime attorney-
general of British Columbia, later judge
of the county court, and last an unsuccessful candidate for the legislature In
Vancouver City, has been appointed
governor of Yukon. Few public men in
British Columbia would care to change
records with Alex. He may, however,
make a creditable administrator.
"While the lamp holds out to burn ."
Ross Rifle Deal a Little the Worst Instance of Either Graft or Recklessness.
Ottawa. June 12.���It has been sbotrn
that on March 27, 19U2, the government
made a contract with the Ross Rifle
company io buy 1.200 rifles at J15 each,
to be delivered before January 1, 1901.
The contractor was paid seventy-five
per cent, of the price, as the work was
supposed to proceed, and received that
per centage on the whole 1,200 by July,
1904. The first delivery of rifles was
not made for more than a year after
this last payment, or for two years and
Ave months after the flrst payment. Yet
the contract explicitly provided that no
payment should be made in advance ei-
cejst for rllles to be delivered within a
But the striking fact Is that 3,0sjO of
those rifles to be delivered before January, 1904, have not yet been received.
The contractor was paid on July 26.
1904, nearly three years ago, IIS.75 advance on each of these rifles. That
amount was supposed to have been expended by him in labor and material.
As the Mark **I" rifle bas been super-
ss?ded by Mark '"II," with improvements,
it may be that the order for these 3.000
160 Aere pre-emption. 2 acres cleared.
50 trees and -some small fruits planted.
A 3-room dwelling, houses and sheds
for 100 chickens $350.00.
A preemption on Beaver Creek.
Little Slocan $450.00.
Baker St, Nelson.	
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ibe, Fruit,
Fad & Poahry Co., Ltd.
H* E. oor. Bakar and Ward Sta,
has been cancelled. If this is bo, and
tbe unfinished rifies are useless, the
government has paid over 166,000 for
nothing. If the partly finished rifies
have been completed and delivered as
Mark II' as the second contract of
10,600, the contractor has been twice
paid the seventy-five per cent, advance
on the second order. -He has received
seventy-five per cent, on the whole 12.-
000 of the first order, of which only
6,000 have been delivered, and he has
also received $1S75 in advance on each
of the 20.00*1 0f the seomd order, whereof only 17,000 have been delivered. Full
payment has been made for tho 9,000
in the first contract, and 17,000 in the
second contract. Before this Ross rifl6
contract business ts settled by parliament and the country a good deal must
be found out about the business end of
Where Life is Cheap.
.St. Petersburg. June ll*.���The body of
a youth was found today in the woods
in the suburbs of St. Petersburg with
his throat cut and his face unrecognizably mutilated that led to the discovery
of an open-air bomb factory with a large
quantity of explosives nearby. It is
supposed that the young man was executed by fellow  terrorists as a spy.
For Sale Cheap
One 60-inch diameter, by 16ft. 5in.
long, underfired, return multi-tubular
boiler, in fair condition. Eighty-two
24-in. tubes, 2 1-3x2 1-6 in. steam
dome. Boiler is good for testing to 150
lbs. per square inch, and a working pressure of 80 to 90 lbs. Mountings consist
of safety valve, stop valve, water
gauges, try cocks, sludge cock and
check valve, set of fire bare and bearers.
One 9-ln. diameter x 1 iin. stroke, high
pressure, variable cut off expansion,
valve engine with governor. Fly wheel
and belt pulley are those not originally
supplied with the engine but are suitable for ordinary requirement. Engine
has been used to drive electric light
at the smelter and Is in good condition.
One vertical multi-tubular exhaust
steam heated feed-water heater, 4 ft.
high, 10-Hin. diameter with openings
for 3-ln. exhaust pipes. Corrugated .copper tubes inside through which the feed
water passes. Stop valve, drain cock
and safety valve. Apply to
The Hall Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd.
nelson, b. c.
Notice Is hereby Kiven that tt a meeting of the
Board of Licence CommiMioner**;. to be tajid atler
the expiration of thirtrdays, 1 intend to applr
for a iranafer of mj- hotel licence for the Creston
hotel,at Creston, to George Mead.
ISih May. liajl, 8. J. Miller
Notice la hereby ftran tbat I wfl] apply, at the
next meeting of tbe License Com mission en, for
the City of Nelson, to have the liiiuor license of
lhe No Plaee lon,  transferred frum Archibald
Ferguson se:d to my*self.
Dated May ��th, IW. Wa. GOSNELL.
By Power of Attorney.
Notice Is hereby given that thlrfrdaTS after
date I in ten i to applv to the Board of Licence
Commissioners for tbe Vmlr district for a traufr-
ttir of the licence held by me for the Fort Sheppard hotel to F. Adle.
(Signed) A M. Shields.
Waneta, B C. Mar lit, 1907.
Hotice is bereby given tbat I will apply at the
next meeting of the License Commissioners
for the f(ty of Nelson, to have the Iiu aor license
oftheeilTer Kin* Hotel transferred from myself to Robert Da*sW, of the City of Nelson.
sUaivt liai.- Tth day of May, 1907.
Certificate of tk Registration of an
Extra-Provincial Company.
"Companies Act,   1897."
1 HEREBY CEKTFY that the "Kinney-Miller
Cedar Company,'' has this day been registered
as an Extra-provincial Company, 'inaer fhe
"Companies Act. 15?7," to carry ou: or effect all
oranyol the objecu of thi Company to which
the Kg is lati re authority of the Leglilature of
British Columbia extendi.
The head offlce of the Cota^anv M ritual* in
the (Ity of Spokane, tn the State of Washington,
The amount of the ��� capital o] the ������.���-.-.- *
fifteen thousand doiiart, di-rided into one hundred and fifty shares of our hundred dollan
Theheadofflce of the eomptnv in this province I) situate at Creston, and William Henry
Crawford, merchant, who*e address is the aaat,
ia theattorney for the company. (Not empowered to issue and tranfer stock )
Thf-time of the existence of the company li
fifty years from tbe 6th day of March, 1��T.
Tr e company ls limited
Glren nader my hand and teal of ..jr. - tt
Victoria. ProTince of B:-Hi��h (oltunbfa, this 21n
day of May, one thousand nine hundred Tand
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The objeeu for which this company has been
established and registered are i
1. To acquire in any lawful manner, manufacture and aell or dispose of any and ail kinds
of cedar and other Umber:
2. To acquire in any lawfal manner timber
whether lUndlng or cut, timber laids or other
is'* logs, poles, piling, prat*, lumber, rhingle*,
shingle bolts, and any and al! kind* of timber
product, to manufacture any eat all such, and
:o dispose of same in any lawtul manner:
t Toacqn re in .tny lawfnl manner stores,
implemeBU, and any and all kinds et merchandise or property not In -flotation of law, and to
dlip-fnenf sanaeln any lawful i: ���-. :,tr
A To baiid or to acquire ta any lawful manner roads, tramways, or other means nf transportation DK��as*ryer conTtnlent to the other
purposes Of the (orporatJon. and ti o;*rale,
lease, or dispose of tame as may be deemed ad-
Ttuble: proTfded the name be private ways and
roads only, and prorWed further t��>at this article ts not f> a'ltborJu tbe Corporation to oper.
ate or maintain any pnblle or toll road, acr any
I --'.,':���' sorting transT'-oruttoL system,:. - to become a aataaaaa carrier:
5. To manufacture any au4 all kinds of articles and products as may be deemed desirable
and not la relation of law. aod to aell and
���i��t*'*t of nme la any lawful Manser:
'.. To do any ud all other acta and things
nweeeaarr or expedient for earryiaf on tbe busl-
nem of the Company ta hereinbefore set forth-
Free Lessons in Art Needle Work���Conticelli Silks
Miss Lockwood, an experiencd teacher In Fancy Art Needle Work,   will commence a series of classes la
Knights of Pythias Hall. Every lady In the city is especially invited to    avail   herself   of these  lesson,^
For   further   information  apply to Fred Irvine A Co., who have a complete stock of stamped goods and,11^
Classes every day from 10 a.m.   to 12 a. m.; 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
Notice Is herebv given that ueorge Bourgeois
has made application under the provuinnsoi
the -Uiuor License A<*t. 1WV' (or a hotel llceoce
for the premises which be proposed to erect at
Crescent Valley, about two milei northwest ol
Slocan Junction.
Tbt application will Us considered at the regular meeting of the Bo*rJ nl UctnM enurawk'
ers, at the Court House, at KttaoBi on the 15th
day of June. 1907, at the hour of eleven o'clock in
ihe braooon.
31-: May, 1>T7.       ��� Chief Licence Inspector.
Bitty dayx after date I lnten-J to spp'y to tbe
Chief Vommisiiocer of Lands and Works for
permission to purthase the following described
lands ln West Kootenay District, on the north
side of Summit creek, commencing at a post
planted st the southeast corner of Angus Curr> i
pre-emption, market! 5- E��� thence south J.1
chains, theuce aeat *��� chains, tbence nortb A'
chains, thence ea?t 40 chaini to place of commencement.
W. i>. *\awm\atoa,
W.J. Stott, Agent-    _
Take Dotlce that Harry Williams of Nelion.
B C , rancher, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the loiiowing described lands in
West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the
southeast corner of Lot ilx thousand nine hun 1-
red and eigfaty-flve (69S6). Group une (1), In tbu
district, tbence iouth twenty (Sj) chains, thefli-t
west one hundred anil slity (160) chaini. theme
north twenty kiU) chsini, thence east one bund
red and ility (160) cbaina to 'he point of com
menevmeot aod conuinlng -\ acres, more or
Dated the 19th day of May. 1*T.
tiiaif WtLI-UMt.
I. the undersigned, afler tt davs intend to apply to the Hou tbe Chief Commissionerof Lanli
and Works for t-:: ;���*>���* *. to purchase the fol
lowing described land: Commencing at a prw
marked N. K. c , tituatcl on the west ahore of
tilocan lake, about twentv miles from Slocan city,
thence west id chalm. thence south W cbains.
thence east 40 chains, theme nortb slong the
shore of lake 90 chains to point of commencement.
Located May 4th. BllT MART,
 Bii'Ci Wggm Agent.
Sixty days after date 1 purpose maklngapplica-
tion to the CUat Commisaloner of Landsand
Works for permlulon to purchase the following
described land: Commencing at a poat placed
at the northwest corner of lot i *l-* and mark-
ed "P. Mt<"s S E eormr post." running thenoe
*) chains north thenc* 80 ��*halni west, thence s
chaini south, thence ftJ chains eait. to polntof
commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
Dated this 6th day of May, 1907.
(Signed) ram lCcCrtLocK,
__^^_    per D. A. MtfrLLocB. Agent
Sixty days arter date 1 Intend lo sp;*!y to Hon.
the Chief commluloner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase the following described
lands ln Kooteuay dlitrlet: Commencing at a
post icarked Bruce Whtte'i K.W. corner Doit,
situated at tbe northeast corner of f ll 90 iboul
a mile east of -slocan river, tbence south -'*���>
chaini. tbence west Ju chains, tbtnee south 60
chaini, thence east 4u chains, thence north 40
chains, tbence east 40 chains, thenee north 40
chains, thence west 60 chains to polntof commencement, containing 440 acrea, more or leu.
Located March lath, 1WL Birci WMWL
I, tbe undersigned, alter 60 dayi intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase the
'������'.. '--ur-c Und: Commencing at a poit marked
8. E C. of Lot :Zv. thence west 10 chaini, thence
south 20 chalm. tbence west S) chaini. tbence
south 20 chains, thence weit 40 chaini, thence
���*-<���-.:, !������ chains, thence east So chains, tbsnee
oorth ��� cbaini to point of commencement.
Located March 27th. 19OT.     M. S. McSiccht,
N, F. McNat'GBT, Agent.
Sixty dayi after date 1 purpose making application to the Hon. Chief Commluloner of Landi
and Works, for permlMlon to purchase the following described land: Commencing at a poit
placed on the weit ihore of Lower Whatahan
Uke, about a }* mile from tbe outlet of lame,
aud marked *'H. w% -V-H- corner post,' running thence 8o chalm west, thence 60 chains
���outh, tbence SO chains east, thence So chalna
north to point of commencement, containing
64u acres, more of less.
Dated the ind day of May, IW7
(Signed) II. Waikbk,
pat9 '���. ravMftee, Agent.
Sixty days aftej date I purpose making application tothe Hon. the Chief Commluloner of
Ia*ods sod Worki for permission to purchase the
following described land: Commencing at a
post placed at the northeast ccrner ol B C-
-kinner's application to purchase marked
**R h's. N. w. corner po?t" thence following the
eastern boundary of said application C" ebalni
south, tbence running f*f chains east, thence so
chains nortb to the southern boundary of K. \\.
Hanntngton's application to purchase, tbence 80
chaini weat along same to jiuiut of commencement, conlaining &4o a?rei. more or less.
Dated 2nd day of Mar, ; "'
-.Signed) KShiiu,
fptrT.Q  FjI'viiier. Agent.
Sixty dayi after date 1 intend to apply tothe
Honorable tbe Chief Commissioner of Landi and
Wo'ki for permlulon to purchase the following
described lands in Weet Kootenay district: Cora*
mencing at a port planted on the south shore of
Kootenay lake, and ��'.���;:, viss t _��� R. block No.
10, and marked "Tom tiordon'i northwest corner
post," ���;,.:,(���* south 40 chains, thence tast 40
chains, thence north 20 chains, more or lesi, to
Lakt- .-h'��re, theuce weit 40 chains to point of
Dated this JOth of April. 1907.
Ton QOBM*.
Sixty days after date 1 intend to apply to the
H -d Chief Commissioner of I v.!- ��:.-! Works
for permission to purchase the following described land in West Kootenay district: Commencing at a post matked A c. b i northwest
tiorncr post, running 40 chalm easterly along
the boundary of Timbtr licence No. 3V^, tbence
southerly V�� chalm. tbence wester.y 40 chains
theme northerly �� cbaini along the C, P. R,
track to the plac* of commencement, containing
two hundred acres, more or leu
Located thla 9tfa day ot May. 1907.
A. C. Bcsh, Loca'or.
Sixty dayi afterdate i intend to apply to tbe
Hon- Cbfef Commiasioner of L-andi and Worki
Victoria, to i -tehaae th following dttcrlMid
landi adjolnine the Arrow lakes in West Kootenav: Commencing at a post planted at the
a. Vf. corner of J. H. porter's pre emption. and
marked h- W'b S. W. corner post, tbence JO cnatns
north along lake ihore. thence 20 chains east
thence �� chaini sonth, thence 20 chains west to
place of beginning, rontaining 40 acrei, more or
April IS, 1907, ��r��LT�� Wanon.
Sixty days after date J intend to apply to the
Hon Chlet Comml��]'.r.��r of Undi and Worki
to purchase �� acrei of !an 1 located at>mt Sniil-i
__t__*_atOt Burton: | ommenclng at a post
E2*H ff 7*!"tt��W corner of Lot B161. and
?"��.*i��w*. Ha*"*r'* wuiheast corner, theoce
nor h�� chains, thenc* weit 20 cbalni! thence
mtt *.* chalm, thence east H cbains to place
o; t��egli*nlBg. '
LocmWd April SOth, 1907 G. A HrHTlE,
per A. Kir:**. Agent.
The Hall Mining and Smelt
Company. Limited.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry
Whoie��ai�� Provlsjlorm,
Produce, ��� Pruit.
Government Creamery One Pound Bricks reoelred weekly fresh frtnl
eham.   Kor sale by all leading grocers.
Offlce and warehouse: Houston Hlock,   J-lione 79.
Josephine Street.
Nakon. B.G
Nolle* t, tetetiy -men tli��t GOs-i.-f, .iter sl.t, 1
lnt��nsl totispl-f totse Hon Chlflt'ocin-slMlonfro!
...si '..��.���) '. Worki. Vfssofte, (or permlswlstii tss pur-
cbss^e the followsogdewrlbeU Jand: t omrsifniiu,
tt a poat plasate,! on the we,t fsl.le of rsioca-a lake
ansl about two mllei north of Kvanss creek, and
marked 0. B. 'i'i southeast! rorner ,o*l, thenre
north following ihore s.f lake las t-hatnj, thenre
weal*, ch.lni, thence-Ms.sth IsO clsatni, thence
eail m rhalni to point ol comuienceDiertr, SUO
acrei more or lea..
Located AprU'As, 1SOT.
Gso B S'AltRrrr, lA*-.\tit,
' Wn.<*u>i*oH.A|jent.
stair d.ri alter a.te l intend to .poly tss tbe
Hon Chief Commlaitsstser of L*n.l,.nsl tVorki to
purehaae the lollowlns described land located
in rlre taller diitrict of West Kooienav: Commencing at a poit planted at the H. K. .'.:... r ot
John Bang!* pre-emption, thense issuth hit slsalna,
thenee we��t 40 ch.lni, thence north sss ch.lni,
ihence eait H chain, lo pl.ee ol l*iinnlng con-
Ulning lie .cres.
Loc.tesl M.rch 14th, ! ��*'
Is A  McPiise. Locator.
J.J   ESU.T. Agt-Ut.
Take nolle, that 60 dati iflsr .laic I intend le
apply to the Hon. Chief I'ommlailoner of Land,
��nd ..������:,. lor permlnion to purchue tbe following deaeribed land,: Commencing at th,
louthct Slorner of lol 630ft, ihence weal 10
ctalni. theoce wuth 10 chain., thens-e e.��t 3D
ebalna. thence north 2,, chalm. thence weil 10
eh.lm to point of commencement, cnt.lning
i  sure,, more or Im;
I'.le! April ]C-.h. i>- P   I. VtsttlXI.
_^  W. W. naaPLST, Agent.
Blity .lay, after date I Intend to apply to th,
Hssn. lhe Chief cvsmmliiloner of Landi assl
�� orki to purchaie Is*) acrei ot l.nd: Commencing
at a poat planted on the weat ilde ol ���&��� M: Is creek
on the wagon roa.l .bout Mt mllei frssm Koot.
en.j I.ke, and m.rked Sell HrKecbnle'i iouth-
weit corner poll, theses weat 40ch.ini, ihenc.
norih 40 chsini. thent* esut 40 eh.Ina, Ihenc,
���outh 4ucb.ini t.s placeof beglnnlns-
Located this S3nl d.y of April. l*sl
NstL MrKsCH.Hti.
H. J Elliott, AgenL
Notice li heriuy siren that so day, alter slate I
Intend toapply to the Honorable tbe Chief Commluloner of Landi and Work, for permlulssn
to pan-hue abossl ni .ere. of lansl. .[lualc u,ar
thii I'ena d Urelll,.. river. Weal liootenar diitrict,
and described ai followi: Commencing at .
pott m.rked '.. S. Ihoraion*, N. W. corner poet,
iltu.sed on thc iouth boundarv .nd 'jochaini
from B. �� post ol Lot TIN, thence iouth aboutlo
chaini. ihcnce eut .bout A chaini m .point on
the weit bouu.l.ry and it oji.lna Irom 8. W. poit
of Lot 7741, thence north 70 ch.lni .nd thenco
wS'.*4.*;h*"" "' ""�� P*'��re ��' beginning.
2��lh M.rch, 1907. K K TioMo,,
A. G. Lino, Ageat.
I. lhettndenlgned..flerf��d.v-i intend to .p.
Ply lo theHonorable lite Chief issmmlsosloner of
1-an.li and Worki to purchase the following sli-
"Tils-*."*! l.nd: Commencing .1 . po.t m.rked
tt. I (. .iltuate at the mouth ssf Cove creek on
lbe weat shore of 8ls��*an lake, ihence west M
chalai. Ihence south 20 chalna. thence well B
chaini. ihense south 30 chalm, thens-e wen tt!
els. ni. thence issssih <o chains, ihence eail so
chalui. thence norih 80 chains to point of commencement
Locate* March .-fib  1901       K. F McNarOHT.
, ';'heunderslgnrt,Intendallereodan toapply
lothe Hoo. lhe Chief t-ommlMlu.ier of Und, aud
Worki fssr permi n 1s,pusch.se Ihe lollowlng
deicrlbed land:    Commencing .1. poat markea
Ji m SJ-5?? H ���*��� '-' ��� l0**'��1"1 "�� "se ��esl shore
o Slss, in lake, shout i���|�� ,nU��� ,mm ,he hr���,
2!���3kiq  ,,' * ''"."" f" *> ehain,, thense
north �� chain, ,i������M ������ w ,.���������,, ,,,,������,
south along ibore of Blocan I.ke to point of
commciicemenl. *^
'���octet! Msytlh. T. M. linsai-.
c J? S*E *"���" J*" ' imend to apply to the Hon.
Ch ef (cmmluloner of Uadi .od Worki Vic-
nrls It,purchase 160 .crei ol l.nd In Flre Valler
�� est hooten.y district, .nd described u follow.1
tssinmencsng .t . post m.rked W If Wrlght'i
'/"-"he'. ��nd runntog worth HO ch.Ini, then���
west ��) ehalni. lbence loulh �� chaini. ihence
cut �� chaini to place of beginning, and belns
the wen one bait ol the N. K. quarter of 8ectlo5
JB. .nd lhe weit hall of Ihe 8. *. ouc^tt.rler of
r-ectloa S5 lu Towoihlp 71 G I
M.rch SOtb.lam. w. H. H sioht.
l,'>,S,7���J}'.,,'��� ��Kef ""lei Intend lo .pplr teThi
Hon. Chief tommluloner of Und, .ml Works
�� purchase .120 acrea of land in Fire Valley. West
Kootenay district and described af foilows-
(ommenclng at a post marked J. E't'l.E
mmi*m)��mJ*t���i* ����"h m r*"!*'. Ihence
J. . SS*ff*l "���*."���������* "<""11 ��� ch.lni, Ihence
It' 1*>c,h��ll"'0Pl���� ofbegtDulog, and being
lhe west one-baft ol the 8 K ���ius.quarter and
the eut ooehall ol the 8. W. one ^n.rte, and
the weit one-hell of the K. E ooe .istarter.'.nd
��Urch ��Hb. IW7. j0BM Ei,WWT.
Noilce Is hereb/given tliat CO .lavsafter date I
S*ffJ i? WfcfcjM ����> ChW Commissioner
iLWi, H25& l*rmissIon tT purchase
the following dcwrilwl lan.is, iltuate In West
^.inr.2&Q a*W*��oner, inin.*e south m
chains, following the eastern boundarr of II.
rh.;nl-*PiPUfat,,,n a^^urrh"''; theuce east 40
rhl 2I".1 "I* D0.rlh *)ch��1����; thence west 40
tSfHU" P0'01 ?' wmmemement, (Htntalnlng
3*"1 a\tret more or less. ���
���Osted this Uth d��y of March, 1M7.
1. the uodenlgned. after tfl dip i:��i..
piy to the Hon.tfaetJblrf < ommliiioMrn
and Worki to purchase tbt* Mlo��ii|M
land: Cooimeactng at the N K > sf U
Q. 1., thence west SO cbaiui, thiaa I
chains, thene* east 4o .:-..:.- thiKi^
chains to point ol commeuceineiil.c
arres more or lesi.
Located March Mth, UOT. ��.ll
lake   notice    that   ilitj:   Oin |
I  Intend  to   aj.t.iy  to lhe Honortblf-Ji
CommiMioner of I^ands aud Worki hii
���ion   (o purcba-s�� the foliowlng ���Um'M
���ttuatcl ln the Weat Kooiensr Ji<:n**lJ
mencing  at  a  post planted st lb( tr
corner of Lot KB, on  the -���:'-��� Mt o**
Arm of Kootenar lehe. Iheaet HQ-biiu*
���fliithweat corner of said  lot. tbrDrtVtf
south, theuce M) chaini wit, thenw B
north to place of commenct.rafnl,WBUl
April ind, 1907. Ch*IU_.        _
per Xixut W. hni'^-'n. Airat ���
Hlxtr ''ata after date I intend ;
Hon the Chief Commlisi��usr of I
Works, Victoria, B. c, to iiu.-ciiu* he
land: Commenclngat a \* *: planwdil*
of Kelson's 8 K. corner po��t. oiKoOML
tbi-nce 30 chains south, tb-en�� *��' *J
thenee north at) chains. IhrnteeulWor
point of commencement.
Xelson, B.C. April'.M, 1��C        E.J-0
Notice la hereby gtren tLalMdariH
iatend to apply to lhe Hon. chief Col*
-if I and* aud Works for pcrmluiontoj)
the following deacrftwd laml In ttm*
district, on weat shore (��[ Lowu Ar"*l
a-1 Joining Lot No t*��. on thewotk: Kf
at a paat marked "Merrr MeLsod'l Ml
Git and tlanted on the ih".-���*������( wf*J
ke, at thc southeast enruer uf tip"
L4940. Ihence west 30 chalm. tbenK*
chslns more or less to the north boowj
Full snore's P. K , thence '*M rbslmesitll
said boundary to lake, IhanMnettiJL
lake shore 3D ehains, more or Imi ��W,
tauMOMMd . _ ��
-May iod, 1W7. J.D.I
Agent for Harry *
Hixty days afterdate! inUnd t��> Iflffl
Hon. the Chief COwnaBlooer of "*J]
Works, Victoria, to ptuehaM UD *rTtll��
locates! oo thc west side ot A rroa l"*1"!
diret-tly north of Ixt 7!Tfl: I 'ommflnda(��
Plauted at tbe N. E. corner ol Lol <tf����*J
&1 "B. B. 8. h. corner," and neahar
chains, ihence west 30 chalm. thene* ���
chalus, tbence weat*) ebtlQ* "irCl'%
chaloi, tbeaee east 40 ehalni to poi��'",J
h'Qit. o.si_
April Mrd, 1907. Ii(iTH1..!il
J   E. iX*l***_M
Hlxty daya alter date I Intend tospMj
Hon. Chief Commlaaioner of ****__*��
Victoria, B. C, to pnrchase thi HOT
scribed land, iltuated iu iht* ���^���"."Sl
triei: commencing at a posl PUOJftJ
west side of Koolenay !*!"*��� ***��
polot, and marked 1- MtKintioni
|*nt, tbence weal 90 ehaim, ��""U-
cbalns, tbence easl BDchaliK mon�� WM
shore, iheoc* along lake ihon* wpoiw��I
meneement. .. _  . j  _,iS
Dated April 4,1907.
Hixty days alter date 1 In it u
Hon the Chief OuUtaMlOOel - ,v.
Work* to purchase the MlowlBtH��g
loeaietl in rtr�� Valler ��l'��irI'l"fV1/*��
commeneing alapost planted ***"*** 1
of j.din Bang' p:e-*mpti.'�� HiH.,e ���" ���
south, theuce 40 ehalni W'"1 ''' n,-
norlh, lbence 40 cbains easl t-*rl��Cf01,
Hixty da�� after date I i"-n-���^'ni?$&
cation lotbe Chief t*oiniui"i<;"',r  i'loiinl
Works for permission to Plir''"f'.'^ifl
deserlbed land:   Conmeni-lng W ��� ��jji
at the aoutheast corner of  ���*   "   ^K VR
application to purchase. ����*�����" ______*
,t)Ulb. W
ppllcatlon to pun
corner," running theoce *' <
�� chaini east. theuc��ft>cn*in*
chaini west to point of ���romin,,l>'
lag M0 acres, more or less
Uated the 9th day of April, tan.    fiJJM
Sixty days after date I y.T- limB_m
cat.lou to the Honorable thi;' ^|��� w puiw
of Unds and Worki for per
lb* following described lati
ik desc^ibeu ian ' * ������ p
a poit placed about one and naji > ^
Hiker "P/olnijon Wbniihsii ffi#tfim
i u��j.r
thenre r
tio creek marked *'K W.O II*
ulng tbence M chalm weit t" J'1'
byF  U Hammond, u ageni- in-      p
norih, thence 80 chains u*<   '������*! ^i
south  tn polnl of commen.eim   ���
M0 acres, more or l��M.        , tQn-
Dated the 9th day of April. IJ".^ ^w
Pfxly days after J .......
Hon. Chief Commlisioner id f���wol|Bl
to pan-hue 240 acres of Und, '".^maM
*-   t Arriw lake, about t""-"1'  hes *<���"
dde uf Arnw lalte, eoony "" ;" , (hf fl *."-2
"ommenclng at a post pli'11;;''1' ,y tff_\
tf L (���"-*", and marked V T ''; r ,01,ihJ|fK
running east lo ehain
thence west 4> chain*. '
lbence west 40 chalm, tht
place ol beginning. .*-un
Burton. April ��rd,s��7 ������' ���
A. A.-
mm&Waevaamtaaaamettflavti prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
|he BACON We Sell
It Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured ami Smoked.   Our Hams Are
Excellent  Also.    All  Are Canadian
Goods.  Pure Lard in All Sizes.
\ Burns & Co., Ltd.
. m liereby given lhat thlrtr days after
Kite nd   i<>  apply    to   the    Honorable
^Ciimmlssloner ������'  Landi and  Worka   at
B i'., (���������  * Kpt-clal  liiretise to cut and
Umber from the lollowlng deicrlbed
���n *,\.-i Kontenay district:   Commenciug
V t.untisl  on tin: wesl bank  of Hmeller
rb�� ��� one mile smith nf tho City of Nelson,
m-iiiiM) iiiHim, thenoe wesidO cbalni,
north HO chains, thenre east H) chains to
im. nth iUv nlJiinc, 1W7.
0. C, OLUUC* Ixwator.
U. 800TB, Agent.
> ]��� hereoy given that Sodaya atter date I
n anply tn lhe llonorablo theCulet Corn-
er  nl   Uii'ln and   Worki for a  special
\ ut i it Btnl carry awny umber from the
h     described lauds in West Kootenay dls-
Commcncing at a poal planted
ii ���������.*��� nf HI loberry creek, about
up the <ru<ik from railway track,
. ��� ��� n������*. thi'ii-i- 00 chains soutb,
nm west, thence 40 chalus north,
itm west, tbenoe 40 chains north to
in- iicemcnt.
Comineuclng at a post planted on tbo north
bank of 10-Mile creek, about one mile and a hall
frum Mown lake, marked K Htraud's northwest
corner pnst, theuco east 160 cbalni, thence smith
*i chalus, tlienc* west |6o ehaim, thence north
40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated thll Uit day of March, itXYi.
K. Htund, Locator.
i. Cmn mencing at a post planted
real corner ol location No 1, thonce
��� . iheuce M) ebalns north, thence
��� ��� *.-1* i" chains south, thence SO
lieii'e to chains aouth to point ol
ti Nn 3    I'oniinenclng at a post planted
��� wi ni nf  nnrthcHSt enrner of (nation
.   * tisiii- .-mill, lbence IWcbains
pM ehalni north, thencu  lo cbains
nre 4t> cbalm south   tbence SO chains
mil nl commencement.
!,, 1UU6.
KttDW W, Kobiksoh.
i hen hy glren that 80 dava atter date I
, ;������*.-��� in the Honorable the Chief
nner nl Uuds and Works, Victoria,
Imliin io rut and carry awar timber
following   deicrlbed lands, ln West
��� siiimeiiciuK et a post planted on the
...rtur nf surTeyed lot No. Till OI,
���1 iu ehains, thence north 80 chains.
��t to the koutbeaat corner of aald lot,
rtli tn the northeast corner ol uld lot,
��� -. to tlm west boundary ol pre emption
i tne smith to the north boundary of
���-uee No. HMD, theuce west along tbe
ii-iry In thc northwest cornei ot said
ii-tire iouth to tho north boundary of
.use Nn. 701-V lbence weat to a point
i ol cntiimi'iircmcut,   thanee imrih to
nmiuencamnti containing 640 acres,
���v. J'.tli,1907.
1'. A. I'At'LlON, l.malor.
J. A. Hi'l.i l VAS. Ageut.
otnmenelng at a post planted at the
eorner nf  surveyed  lot No. 72ilUi,
uth to the northern boundary of tlm-
< So   7018,  Unu'*.' west to the norm
< - of said timber lleenie, tbeuce south
��� ��� m  boundary of lot No, 8i'J, thence
��� '.;d boundary of said lot west tothe
��*v of the li   0. Houthern Hallway,
s^ingsaid rlgbt-of way ln a nortn-
irii Unit tn placeof commencement,
ay ath, 1W7.
P A  I'acuok, Locitor.
J. A. Hii.i,iv.��N, Agent.
Und District. District of WestKooteuay.
lake notice that Ueorge A. Laurie, of
It "' , lumberman, Intends to apply tor
lumber Uceuce over tbe following de-
' tiring at a post plnnted about one mile
<< Lick cabin, an toe Lick cabin trail,
nahl in creek,  thenee north ito chains,
'i-i ho chnlni, thence south 80 chains,
m-i so chains to the polntof commence-
11     ntnlnlug 610 acres, more or less.
ll  I.1J7. Geo A. LaisIK.
Und Uisirli't. District of West Kootenay.
inke  notice that Meorge A Laurie, ol
ll U, lumberman, Inteud to applv for a
umber licence over  tbe  following de-
'in ing nt a post planted about one mile
ihe l.lek cabin, on tbe Lick eabln trail,
mkiiti creek,   thence  south 80 chains,
������asl NO chains, thence  north 80  chains,
������'-i ni chains u> the point ol commeiice-
i t1 ������ntaluiug M0 acres, more or leas.
it, 1907. Oio. A. Laurii.
(od I.Mii.i District   Districtof West Kootonar-
Uke noilce tbat W.  H. Ht*, of Flre
h  C, cruiser, intends  to  appl)' for a
timber licence over the following de-
'���ii- tug at .i post planted about one mile
��� the Lick * ui.in. on the Lick cabin trail,
���t��.Mi   ereek, thence  south   80  chains,
west HO cbains, ihonce north 80 chains,
'���ail mchains to the point <i( commence-
il eontainiug M0 aores, more or leu.
ll, I1W7. W. 11   I'aiii, Lm'ttor.
(Jio. A. Lai'HIR, Ageut,
Land Diitrict.  Districtof West Koolenay.
Take nntico thnt W. II. Pagc.oi Kire
H'..eriilser.lniondi toapply foraspeclal
licence over   ihe   following described
"enclng nl a pout planted about one ml'e
i tii<> Lick oibln, on tho Lick cabin trail,
'"���kiln creek, lhetice north 80 obalns,
west KO chains, thence south 80 chains,
1 -im h.i idial n- m the poiut of commence-
|"! eontiiining M0 acrt ���, more or less,
l��. l��n. W. II, I'aue, Ix>tator.
Ugo. A Lackib, Agent.
Und District.  Districtof West Kontenay.
Take notice tliat doom A. Uurle, of
R;"."' �� t'.liiinhcrinaii.luieiids lo applr '"r a
���i"i timber  license over the following des-
"icnctng at n pott planted about one milo
nnil one inlli: west, of the Lick cabin, on
��� '���is < iibln trail, on luouakl In creek, thenee
I1-*11'-halus. thence north 80 chains, thence
''"'hains, theuee smith HO cbaini to the point
^ueiiiLiuriit and coutaiuliiBM0acres,more
' '���UOT, Gg,,, a. Lauhii.
" Und Dlitrlot, District of West Kootenay.
'' Takp notice timt neorgo A. Laurie, of
���i.i .7 ," hVlI,,cril,*��i tnlcuds to apply for
liilii.l ��� ' 'i'"l,uoverthe '"Howlni des-
''^"JiciiiK ni a posi planted nbout one mile
mn one iniiii wcsl nf the Lick caoin, on
' s t atiin trail, mi Inonaklin creek, thence
mi i'i.v.   '   u'm'e ��"��th 80 chnlna, thenoe
"ninp, thence north 80 ehulns, to tho
oinnii'iieement  and containing M0
"re or less.
1*11st, IOT,
Olo. A. LiOltll.
��n"7 L^'l I)1Mrlftt- Dl^rictofWesVKootennr.
���   Uke notice (hat Ueorge A. Uurle, of
���l"'.,,! ti.ni      i11. a'ni"1"' to lendi tOftppW for
I!1"' iniid":      Uceniu over the following dei-
!m V " ,,"Hl PUmlffl about one
'"in an* cnaiurly direction from
J iiiotiHkllii ereek, tbOQCfl BliUtll 40
���i lw ohalni, thenco north 40
\\f*I 1st,
wnoB'writ inn elmins to tho point of
""���"'imi ^mining (40 aerea, m.
ug 'io neres,  mnre
Notice Is ht'reby given lhat SO days atter dale I
intend toapply to the Hon. the Chief Commisaloner of Unds and Works, at Victoria, for a
ipeclal liceme to opt and carry anay timber
from the following described laudi in Vale district:
No. 1.���Com men clng at n poit planted about 10
chalus east of main Kettlo river and about one
mile more or less north of Q, P K. Block No.
36.17, and marked boundary Lumber Co'i 8. K.
corner poit No. 1, tbeuce 80 chains u rth. theuce
80 chains west, tbenee 88 chains iouth, iheuce 80
chains eaat to the point of com me nee went.
Dated Mar. h 'And, 11107.
N �����. 2.���'ommenclng at a post planted about 10
chalui cast ol main Keltle river atmut 80 chains
uorth of Boundary Lumber Co'i Location No. 1,
and marted Boundary Lumber Co's H. K. corner
post So 2, thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains weit, tbence IU cbaini soutli, thence 80
cbaini east to the point of commencement.
Dated 22nd March, 1907.
No. 8.���Commencing at a nost planted about 30
chains east of main Kettle riverand about 80
chains north ol Boundary Lumber Co'i location
post No 2, and market! Boundary Lumber Co'a
tt. K. eorner poit No. 8, thence 80 rhalni north,
tbence 8o cIihIiii west, thence 80 cbains soutb,
thence 80 chains east to the point of commencement.
Dated March 22nd, 1907.
No. 4.-Commencing at a post planted about
10 chains vasl of (be main Kettle rlrer and about
80 chalm north of Boundarv Lumber Co'i location post No. 8, aud marked Boundary Lumber
Co's B. I. corner poit No 4, thence 80 chalna
north, thence 80 cbalni west, thence 80 ohalns
soutb, thence 80 chains east to thc point ol commencement.
Dated March 22nd, 1907
No fi.���Commencing at a post planted about
!���'���> chains east of main Kettle riverand about
two miles north, more or less, of Boundarr Lumber . o's Location No. 4, and marked Boundarr
Lumber Co's tf K. corner post No.fi, thence 80
chains norlh, tbence 80 chains weit, thence 80
chains south, thence M chains easl to the point
of commencement.
Dated March vSrd, 1907.
No. ��.���Commencing at a post planted about 25
chaiua cast of main Kettle river on C V. K. Une
Ll oen No. 2711, and about 80 cbains north of
Boundarr Lumber Co'a location poit ho. fi, and
marked nouiidary Lumber Co'i B. K. comer post
No. fl, thence 80 chains norih, following C. P. R.
line block No 2714, (hence DOchalni wesl, tbenee
80 chains south, Ihcnce 80 chaini eiit to the
point of commencement.
Dated March tfrd. 1907.
No. 7.���Commencing at a posl planted about
lfi chains weat of the main Kettle river on C I'.R.
Hue bl .ek No. 2714, nnd about 80 chaini north of
Boundary Lumber Co'a location post No. 6, and
marked Boundarr Lumber Co'i s. K. corner post
No. 7, thence IM cbalm north, following C. P. B.
Hue block No. 2714, thence 40chalna weat, tbence
lfio ?belna south, thence 40 chaini eait to tbe
pi.Int of commencement.
Datod March 23rd, 1W7.
No. 8 ���Commencing at a poit planted about
20 chalna west from river bans and about 9 miles
soutb, moro er less, of the lait eait branch ofthe
ea-t fork of tbe main Kettle river or about IS
miles north, more or lens, of C. P. K. Bloek No.
2714, on cast fork of Kettle river, marked Boundary Lumber Co'i N. W. comer poil No 8, tbence
ft) chains east, thence 80 cbaini south, tbence 80
chaini weit, ih- nre 80 chalne nortb to the point
of commence incut.
Dated March 2Mb, 1907
No. 9.���Commencing at a post plantod about
20 chatni weat from river bank, on the vast fork
ot Kettle river, and about 80 chalm south of
Boundary Lumber Co's location post No. 8, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co'i N. W. corner
post No. 9, tbence 80 chains east, thenc 80 chains
aouth, thence 80 chains west, thence 80 cbalni
north to the point of commencement.
Dated March iMh, 1907.
No. 10 ���Commencing at a post planted about
30 chains west from river bank on tbe east fork
of Keltle river, and about 80 chaini south of
Boundarr LumberCo'a location posl No.9, and
marked Boundary Lumber Oo'i N. W. corner
post No, 10, ihcnce 80 chaini east, tbence 80
chaini south, thence 80 chaini weit, thence 80
chains north to the point of commencement.
Dated March 25th, 19U7.
No. IL���Commencing at a post planted about
15 ehalni weit from river bank on the cast fork
of Ketlle river, and about 80 chalm iouth of
Boundary Lumber Co's lucatlon poit No. 10, and
marked Boundary LumberCo'i N. W. corner post
No 11, thence 80 chalm eait, thence 80 chalm
smith, thence 88 cbaiui west, thence 80 chaini
nortb to the point ol commencement.
Dated March 25th, 1907.
No. 1 J. Commencing at a poit planted abont 12
chalm west from river bauk in the eait fork of
KeMIe rher, and about 80 chains aouth of
Houndarv Lumber Co's location post No. 11, and
marked Bouudary Lumber Co'i N. W. corner
po*t No. 12, thence 80 chaini enst, thenco 80
chalm iouth, thence 80 chaini west, tbence 80
uorih lo tbe point of commencement.
Dated Marcb Kfith, 19U7.
No. 13.-Comniencing at a post planted about
12 chains west from river hank on Uie east fork
of Ketlle river, aud about 80 chains south of
Hntindaty Lumber Co's location post No. 12, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co's N W. corner
nnhi No. 13, thonco 80 chains east, Ihence 80
chains south, thence 80 chains west, thonce 80
chains nnrth lo lbe point of Commencement.
Dated March 25th, 1907.
am H^t'ninmencing at n post planted nbout
10 chains w.flt from river bank on tho cast fork
of Kettlo river, aud about 80 chains south of
Boundary Luinher Co's location nost No. 13, nnd
marked Boundary LumberCo'i N W. corner post
No 14. thonce 80 chain* cast, thenee 80 chnins
smith ihcnce 80 chains west, thence 80 chaini
north tO the point of emnmeiicotnent.
Dated March 25th. 11W7.
No. lfi.-Commeneing at a post planted about
10 chains WMt irom river hank on the east fork
of Kettlo river, and about 80 chains south of
Bouudary Lumber Co'a posl, No 14, and marked
Boundary Lumber ('o's t*. W. corner post No. 16,
tlience 80 cliaina east, thence 8,; chains smith,
theneo 80 ehalna west, thenoo 80 chains north to
point of commencement.
Dated March 25th, BW7.
No 10.-1 Jomtncnoing nt a post planted about
8 chalna weit from river bank on the cast lork oi
Ketlle river, and about 80 chains aouth of
Boundarv Lumber Uo's location poit ^ o. 15, and
mnrked boundary LumberCo's rf. �� .cornerpost
No 16. Ihcnce 80 chains eaat, Ihence 80 cha ni
aoutb, thence 8> ohalm woit. tbenco 80 chaini
north to tho point of commencement.
Dated March 26th, 1907. ��
No 17.-C\.mmonclng atap.ist planted about
fi ohalna west from river bank on the (Ut fOr*
ol Kittle river, and ibottt M Ohalni WBU.ol
Boundary Lumber Co'i location poit No, 18, and
niarked Boundary Lumber Co ��� N, W. corner
post No 17, Ihonoo 80 chains eait, thonce 80
Klmlns south, thenco 80 ehulns wost, thence 80
chains norlh lo thc point of cmumoncemont.
Dated March 25th, 1907.
No. 18.- Cnmmoncing at a post planted about
ft chains writ of the river hank on ho flMtlOj
I Ketlle Hlvcr and about 80 chaii�� sonth of
Houndarv Lumber Co'i Immtlon Wit No 17
and niarked Boundary "��',',,rr,,"(N')iLlS?,"lS
loat No. 18, thence 80 chalm cait, thence 80
Sh�� niinutl, thenco 80 ehnins wes .thenoe 80
0 ains north to tbc point o' commeMMient.
Dated March 2Mb, ��* ^J^Bft. U��
The Daily Canadian
Premier    Campbell-Bannerman    Makes
Public Threat Against the
House of Lords.
London, June 12.���Prime Minister
Campbellltannerman In a speech at
Plymouth to-day admitted that the government wan greatly dlaappolnted at
their failure to pass the Education and
IrlKh hills through the House of Lords,
"We over-estimated our powers."
Dealing with the conflict wltb the
House of Lords, the prime mlnlstor, who
prefaced his remarks by Baying he spoke
under a deep sense of responsibility,
"Tho very existence of Liberalism aa
a force in the slate and as an Instrument of progress in times to come depends upon Ihe outcome of the struggles upon which we are embarked. If
there Is to be no place for self-respecting Liberalism ln this country Isn't It
better that we should go down ln the
assertion of our rights rather than in
lingering oh as a shadow of government without authority or power. The
lords have abused their powers within
the constitution. In assigning them
their proper place, as it is our purpose
to do, we are defining the position ol
the lords' constitution. Remember we
are forced to the struggle by circumstances and the climax of a series of
attacks upon Ihe rights and liberties
of the House of Commons. The time
for compromizing, temporizing and verbal expostulation has gone, we must
give the lords to understand that while
we arc perfectly ready to legislate with
due deliberation and give every weight
to their repi-s scntations the Hritish
people must be masters of their own
Very Graceful Style of the Sack Coat
for Men.
There is no change in the length of
the sack coat this season, but the tendency ls towards a somewhat stralghter
back; the shoulder width Is slightly decreased.
In both single and double breasted
sacks the roll of the collar Is longer, extending nearly to the waist line for the
two-button style which will bave many
friends. This handsome two-button coat
has blunted lapels, three incheB wide.
The president of the Semi-ready company designed these new garments last
fall, and they were accepted as the correct vogue at the Garment Cutters' Exhibition In Chicago.
A. M. Can. See. C. E.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offlce: Bealey Building.   P. O. Box 434
Baker St, NELSON, B. C.
r.C GREEN      F.r. BURDEN       A. H. GREEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Colombia Land Surveyors
t. 0. Box 145   flwaeKIB.
Nelion, B. C, June lOtb, IWI.
BEAMED TENDERS will bo received by the
Uofernment Anent, ftt Nelion, B.C., until noon
June 'Ath.   19U7,  for mpplles of meet, bread,
Sr-icerlea, hardware, boots and iihoei. clothInf,
ry goods, fuel, and drug*, for the Provincial
iiaol, at Nelson, II. C, for one year from July
lit, 1M7, to June Will, 1��W
Forms of tender can uo had, and samples of
eimliliiK and dry gooda seen atjtlie Provincial
(laol, Neleon, B. C.
Tne lowest or auy lender not necessarily ac-
Government Agent,
Notice U hereby given tbat W dayi atter date 1
lutend to tpply to tho Honorable the Chief CommlMloner of Lands and Works, Victoria, for a
special Ucenifl to cut and earry away timber
from the following described land tn the dlrtrlct
of West Kootenay:
Commencing at a post about seven miles from
ihu mouth of Summit creek, lu a westerly direction, marheil U. M Benny's northeast corner
post, then'! i 80 cbains weit, thence 40 chalnn
south, thence 40 chains west, thence 40 chalnn
south, thence 80 chains east, tbonce 4o chains
uorth, thence -in chains eatt, lbence 40 chains
north to point of commencement.
Located Hay 7th, 1*7.       ��� fc
O. M Benny, Locator,
Awnua ____ik, Agent.
Notice la hereby given tbat thirty days atter
date I intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief
CommlMloner of UUdl and Works, Victoria, for
KrmlMl��n to cut and carry away timber Irom
e following described landi: Comtneaolng at
a post marked No. 1,K. Uloux, and planted at
tho northeast corner of Lot M88C. P R. block,
near the west fork of Kettle river, Yale dlitrlot,
B.C., thence running 80 chatna east, 80chains
south. 80 obalns west, 80 ebalns north to point of
Dated April 27th, 1907.
No. 2.���Commencing at the northeait corner of
No. 1, thence running east 80 chains, thence
���outh 80 cbains, tbence west 80 chains, thence
north M ehatns to point of commenoement.
Dated April 27,1907.
No.:).- Commencing at a point about one half
mile west of the northeast corner of C P. R.
Block No. afins, thenco running north 80 chains,
theuce west 80 ehalns, thenee south 80 ehains,
tlicnreeasl Ho chains to point of eommeneement.
Dated April 29th, 1907.
No I "'innineiniiig at the northeait corner
of No.!��, thenco running north 80 chains, thunee
west 80 chains, thence iouth 80 chains, tbenoe
cant 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated April 29th, 1907      -
No 6.���Commencing at a poat planted north ol
Conkllng ereek, near west line of C. I'. R. Bloek
No. 2704, thenco running west 80 ohalns, thenoe
south 80 chaius, thenco east So chaius, thenoe
north ko chains to point of commencement.
Dated Hay lit, 1*7. I. Riotx, Locator.
Convention of Humanitarian,���Relief of
Sufferers by Poverty, Diiease
and Crime.
Minneapolis, June 12.���With Senator
lleverldge of Indiana, Secretary of War
Taft, Archbishop Ireland and a long list
of other prominent speakers, with
scores of city officials, sociologists, educators and others participating in the
wide range of discussions which make
up the week's programme, considerable
public interest attaches to the 34th annual session of the National Conference
of Charities and Correction, which begins in Minneapolis this evening. This
conference has no duplicate in tbe
world. Prison reformers, settlement
workers, district nurses, charitable visitors, superintendents of Insane asylums,
reformatories and the like, gather once
a year from all parts of the country to
discuss their work from the standpoint
of the needs of the American community.
The programme arranged for the formal opening in the Auditorium this eve.
nlng provides for an Invocation by Bishop Edsall, addresses of welcome by Governor Johnson and others, the annual
address of President Amos W. Butler of
Indianapolis, and the address of Senator Beverldge, which will be the feature
of the session. The Indiana senator has
chosen for his subject, "Child Labor In
the United States."
The programme for the conference
this year is regarded as the best ever
arranged for the annual meeting. It Includes ten general sessions and 19 section meetings. The latter will be devoted largely to the discussion of the
reports prepared by the various committees.
The committee on state supervision
of charitable and correction agencies has prepared a report dealing
specifically with The inadequacy of much
of-the present supervision. The committee on needy families, their homes
and neighborhoods, will take up different phases of organized charity work.
The committee on promotion of health
In home, school and factory will conduct three symposiums; on health in
the school, led by Dr. S. A. Knopf, of
New York city; on health In the factory, by Miss Harle Jamme, ot the Minneapolis Visiting Nurses' Association,
and on health ln the home, by Sherman
C.| Kingsley, of the Chicago Relief and
Aid Society.
Dr. Owen Copp, of Massachusetts,
chairman of the committee on the in-
sans; and the epileptic, will outline a
system of public care and treatment of
the Insane, according to recent advances
In that direction.
The condition jot the blind, deaf,
feeble-minded, epileptic and the physically deformed will be exhaustively
considered by the committee on defectives. The chairman of this committee
Is Dr. J. M. Murdock, of the Western
Pennsylvania Institution for Feeble-
T��e committee on children will be addressed by John Temple Graves of Georgia, Prof. G. H. Durand of Yankton college, Miss Julia Rlchman of New York
city, Mrs. Elizabeth O. Evans of Boston,
and Henry S. Curtis', secretary of the
Playground Association of America. The
chairman of this committee Is George L.
Sehon, of Louisville.
The committee on prison and police
administration has for Its chairman Joseph F. Scott, superintendent of the reformatory at Elmlra, N. Y, the foremost
Institution of Its kind in the world. Papers prepared by Chief of Police Sly-
vester of Washington, D. C, Rev. Harris
R. Cooley of Cleveland, and Superintendent Wolfer ot the Minnesota state
prison will be read at the meeting of
this committee.
On Sunday afternoon there will he an
open mass meeting in the Auditorium,
at which the annual conference sermon
will be preacher by Archbishop Ireland,
of St. Paul.
Notice to Delinquent Co Owner.
To Charles G. Blmpeon, or any other person
to whom he may bave transferred his interest in
tho "May Blossom" mineral claim, situated on
Brown Mountain, two and a balf mllei southwest of Ymir, In the Nelson Mining Division, of
West Kootenay District, and recorded tn the
Recorder's ofllce, for tbe Nelion Division.
You and each of you are hereby notified that
I havo expended two hundred and Ave dollars
(206.00) tn labour and Improvementa upon tbe
above mineral claim In order to hold tbe tame
under the provisions of the Mineral Aet. and If
within ninety darn from tho date of this notice
you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of
tho expenditure, (which Is one hundred and two
fifty dollars (1102.50) tor the two years ending
Sth May, 1907,) together with alt costs of adver
tislng, your Interest in the said claim will become tbo property ot tho undersigned under
See. 4 of an Act entitled: "An Aet to Amend thu
Mineral Act. 1900."
Dated at Ymir, R. C , 16th May, 1907.
In the matter ot ��n assplic.tion for the iuue ot
a duplloete et the CertlAcetet ol Title lor Lot-til
���nd 1*2, Bloek U, Town ol Silverton (M��p67��);
the iouth K ��' Lot *��� 'look 6, Town ol Now Denver���end Lot 1, Bloek 11 end lot i, Illock M,
Meflllllvnjr', Addition to New Denver (Map tin);
Notice Its hereby ilven tne, lt 1, my intention
to taaue mt the expiration ol ono month from the
the tint publication hereol duplicate, ol the
Certlflcatea oi Title to tho above oeaoribed lamia
In the name ol Henry Shoran end Harry 8heran,
which Certlflcatea are dated the 17th June, lflw,
the Ith ol October, 1H9I. the ��3rd Jul,, UW, and
the l*Jth Jansmry, 1HW, respectively, and are
iiiisssiierss,ia��iK,iiniu,-:ia,* and 8��k, rupee,
II   P. Mj.cI.KOD,
Dlatrlct Begutrsr
Land Beilitry Offlre, Neliou, 1.0
alb, May, MOT.
Tb Strathcona
Located in the Finest Foaition of
A Residential and Tourista' Home from
Under Penonal Sopervlilon ef Proprietor ud Wife
Queen's Hotel
Baku Street, IfcUon. B.O.
Lighted br Eleotrlolty and
Heated by Bot All
Large and Comfortable Bedroom, and Flrat*
olaaeDtolng Boom, Bample Booma lor Commercial Men.
MRS. B. C.CLABEB, Proprletree,
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. EBIOKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court Rome
and Postoffice. Nelion. B. C.
Tf emont House
Borapean ud American Flaa
Meali a eta.  Besau Iran ��� els. to O
(My Whits Help BBpleyed.
Baker It., Nelaon
Bartlett   House
Best DoIUr-i-Diy Hook in Nelson;
The Bar Is ths Finest.
White Help Only Implored.
Joaephlne BL
Kelson, B. a
Royal Hotel
Ratea |1 and $1.60 a Day.
Special Ratea to Regular Boarders.
Moet comfortable -quarters ln Nelaon
Only the beat ol Liquor, and Cigar,.
Ae McDonald &Co*
Dealen in staple and fancy Groceries
Butter, Bggs.
Oamp and Miners' Supplies.
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Tenden addreued to the undent-tcned, At bis
office, In the Court House, Id the City of Nelson,
will be received up to the hour ot nre o'clock,
In the sfternoon, of Friday, June '28th, 1WT, for
the pin chine ol the "Taintrie Mineral Claim,"
Lot ami. Group 1, Kootenay dlitrlet, which la
declared to be forfeited to the Crown, at the tar
aale, held lu the city of Neliou, on the (1th day of
November, 19U6, for delinquent taxes up till
June Soth, 1D06, and comb.
The upaet nrioe upon tbe Bald mineral claim,
which includes the amount of delinquent taxes
and costs at the time of forfeiture, wltb Interest,
taxes which have since accrued, cost! of advertising, aud fee for Crown Grant (l-Jft.00) li I110.V0,
which Is the lcaat amount tbat will be considered as h tender,
Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque for the full amount ot the lender,
payable to the order of tho Deputy Commiasioner of I.Hndi and Works, at Victoria, B. C, at par
Dated at Nelaon, 11. C, thlt 20tli day of May,
1907. HARHY WK113HT,
Government Agent. Nelson, B.C.
Notice li hereby given that the Wattsburg
Lumber company has applied to His Honor the
Lieutenant Governor ln council, under the provision! of the "Rivera and Streama Aat," for tho
right to Improve Kjrkerts creek. In the district ot
West Kootenay, British Columbia, by removing
the obstructions therefrom and straightening
the banks thereof, and to construct dams, booma,
alldes and chutes, and make Mich other Imptove-
ment* as may be neceaaary for the driving and
raiting of lon and the (lumlug of timber thereon
The landi to be affected are goverment laudi and
LoU261 and'2*2, Group 1, Kootenay district, and
tbe toll! thataro pioposed to be charged, If any,
are suoh ea marbeflxedbya Judge of the county
oourt of Weit Kootenay.
Dated thla 21th day di March, A, 1). 1907.
I hav* just returned to Nelaon and
hav* opened up at the tain* old etand,
and now ready to do all kind* of
KALSOMINING. Shop rear of Bartlatt
We have five desirable residences for sale. Call and make
us an offer for all or any of these
Brydges, Blakernore & Cameron, Lti
3 Improved Ranches Fo* Sale
On Kootenay Outlet, between Nelson and
Procter.   Choice locations.   For particulars
Choice Fruit
I Have 10,000 Acrea
Choicest Frott Lands in
British CoKMnrau
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
Nelson, B. C.
***s��\*W>^��X��- '
Wc Have Foe Sale One of tte Prettiest Homes to
Nelson, Sttnated tn Fatrrtew, Close to the Cat Una
Large 7-room houae. 8tone foundation and flrat-claea -cellar. Complete water ayattm. 10 lot* under cultivation and planted In large, bearing fruit tree*.   Thi* I* a anap.   For particular* apply to
Why Pay Rent
When you can tecurt a good horn* at a A
-   Reaeonable coat, on good ter me   _7
Well built 11-room house*, Carbonate Street, 15,850, half eaeh, balance mortgage, 7 per cant.
Five-room hou**, Robaon et., $1,700   half caah, balance on* and two yeara.
Six-room houae, Carbonate St., $3,300, half eaeh, balance mortgage.
Four-room houae, Silica St., $1,500, half caah, balance $20 monthly.
Six-room hou**, Joeephlne St., $2,500; $1,000 caah, balance $35 monthly.
Kootenay Land & Investment Co.
Phone 147.       P. U. Box 443
IN THE MATTER of the Issuance of an
Indefeasible Title to F. W. Howay
and R. L. Reld to Lots 2 and 3,
ln Block 12, City of Nelaon.
Whercu the documenU lieretmtter menttoneil
tit nut in the pou-mlon ol the ���lor-wid How-tjr
And whercu prodDctlon of them ti required
under the "Lend RenUtrr Act";
Take notice thnt ell or any periom having
these documents in their poeeeeiion or having
auy Intereit in the same are required to produce
the ume to the Dlitrlet Hotlitrar ol Und Titles
at Neliou, B. c, on or before the 16th dayol July,
Conveyance in Fee, from A. Barrette to Alexander
Velney, dated 29th October, 1891.
Moitaue In Fee, fions A. Carney and A. Barrette
te M. Mclnnes! and 1*. Burm, dated tbe 25th
Conveyance, ln Fee nnder power ol Sale ln
Mortgage from Jialoolm Mclnnis aad 1'. Bnrni
to A. u. Buchanan, dated 17th of November,
Conveyance In Fee, A. U. Buchanan to thc Bauk
ol Montreal, datod tbo Mth of August, IBM.
Conves-ance in Fee, Bank of Montreal, to Koae
Mary Heathcote  and Joseph  llcatborlngton
Howes, daied lllll November, 1891.
Cnnvernnoe ln Fee, of au undivided one-ouarter
Irom Koie Mary Heathcote to l'aul Johnson,
dated the 29th of Lsecember, 1898.
Dated tnli 29th dar of May, A. I)., 1907.
II. F. MacLXOI),
DUtrlet Registrar of Land Titles.
IN THE MATTER of the "River* and
Stream* Act" and amendment*
IN THE MATTER of an Application of
Th* Canadian Pacific Timber
Company, Limited.
Noltoe is hereby glveu that 80 days after date
Thu Canadian I'aclfle Timber Company. Limited,
iulendito lubmlt tothe Honorable Chief Com-
mtesiouer of l-ands and Works a -proposal uadar
the provlilom ol the "ktvers and Streams Aet"
and amendments thereto, (or tbe right to Imptove Trout creek and lti trlbutariee (rom tba
ison rces ol such ereek and tributaries to the point
where the ratno flows iuto Trout lake In tbe District o( Wett Kootenay, and to remove obstruc-
tlonss therelrom stud make the same lit for driving. Htoring, sorting aad booming logs, raits and
cralta, ansl tlss-flumlng of lumber thereon, alio
for the Heist to client tsslls thereon.
The lamls affect**! are Crown landi and Lota
770, 7'J.'st>, 7991, 771, 771 769. 782 and 110, all In
Croup l, Weat Kootenay.
Dated this 8Ulh ilay of May, 1907.
by their solicitor, B. M, Macdonald,
Summer Excursion
.... Rates East
From Nelson $52*50
To Winnipeg, Put Arthur.
St. Paul Duluth, Sioux Gty
Chicago K4.00 Montreal IM.00
Toronto 171.50 St. John IM.00
St. Louie 1*50.00 Ottawa MJ.S5
New York 1100.00 Boaton *MM
Halifax I101J0
On Sale July 3, 4.5.   Augtut 8, 9. tt.
September II, 12,13.
Fteit Class Round Trip, 90
Days Limit.
Corresponding reductions from alt
Kootenay points. Tickets available for
lake route Including meals and bertha
on lake steamers. Through rates quoted
to any station ln Ontario, Quebec or
Maritime provinces on application.
A.Q.P.��..Vancouvcr. D.P.A.. Halloa
w. a. aiuuBTT
Bole agent for the Porto Heo Lumber Oe., LM.,
retailyanli. Roughenddtima lumber.taraod
work and brackets, Cowl lath ead ihlaflea, leab
and doon. Vemeut, brick aaa lime lor eue.
Automatic grinder.
Yard aaa iaetory: Vernoa K.. oaal ol leal
nolson, a. o.
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