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H I.    No. 265.
Manager of C. N. P. C. Co.
Cause of Trouble
EN LEAVING COUNTRY
toil Fields of Alb'.rta and East
Kootenay Completly Deserted
���May Yet Agree.
(Special to Tin.- Daily Canadian.)
Fernie, April 10���All lhe men arc out
Michel, Frank, Coleman and Fernie.
li tlss- other camps nun are going oul
1 amall Iota at a time. Uy tomorrow
willing lie whole district will be tied
is completely.
Men are leaving lor the  other side
large numbers, where conditions of
���lide are  good,    und  where   they   cau
Liiiw uisder what seale they are work-
It
The miners reel that  If  they  could
i up Uudss-y, a settlement would be
Is.ssjj.,1 In a Isw isssiiss    The operators
islsn met tiers* Thursday feel the same
A lin-;ik with l.indss*;,* is likely and un
u'reement may be reached soon,    ll is
Impossible for the PfflceM to hold the
11  at work  owing  to  the fact   that
re Is no scale, the men not knowing
ether  they   ure  working   under, the
I     scale or   Llnduey's   new   scale,  as
���w ptssted up.
The mine workers h ive posted up no-
len as follows: "Mine workers, mine
l;si,.,rers and others, ks-ep away from the
al districts of Alher a and the Crow's
nl Pass, II. C. Dispute ps-ndlng. By
rder. Executive Hrard. Dlsirlct 18.
M   V. of A "
UNHAPPY FRANCE.
iRepubtican   Government   Wants   Bigger
Rake-off on  Racea.
Paris. April IC���The French watering
ilacea and health resorts have boen
brown inns ;, slate of consternation by
'���* fovernment's Interdiction of all
ambling, for they fear that without
"little hssrss-s" and other altrac-
���"���'������- si! a similar character tlieir ca-
|""*s wiil lind n difficult to entertain
ssitssrs.
���   * sentlng   the   vari-
"s plans tlm, air, ctud havo mime to
1 understanding is ith the government
i'l havi drawn sip a bill for thc rogu-
fting of ih,- miniature Monte Carlos of
ranee. Th.- health resort that wishes
1 have an attraction of this kind must
'*' Bel permission from the municipal
unci], ,,���,! ,i���.���  a n-.CUBe  from   ,he
pinlater u( the interior.    This license
fill specif) tin. lego, ot ujg Ume the
"""sf rooms are to  be open In   the
eaaon, and lie forms or gaming to be
f".'**<i Us- iiiiinager nnd all employes
11 10 !���. Frenchmen. Independent pf
^percentage of (he profits demanded
"ine commune lo which th.- health re-
. ,'   ,   R8-  *r <���'������"��� ol the prollts
111 he devoted to works of benevo-
I"'. hygiene or public tmtlllty, or a
��'���" sum may be paid annually at the
tuning of each season.
('���� MU Klves the names of 171 wn-
����� P'��cea Unit now run gambling
.'*, "s '-""I, their prollts last year.
tS. :'!Z"M,-^', lo nca'ti' M.400.000.
,. ,,, Sl"m' Fh"I"' or form stands
.good chance of becoming law if tbe
lr,,,,-!, g?ven">ient lusts in power long
,'���,", ,"" *' l,il'*. Introduced bv M
��� "��. deputy t,-om La Cornea, has
lrii,,','2'" T''''"""<1 will, much fuvor. Us-
11 ,.,'''" ���"��������<*lics f���r purl mutuel
Til 1,,,. " '"' opened In I'urlB, und
Imlt. .11 .   M*     At   present  the   law
Ilil'   alln       "'"'*   '"   l1"'   l'arl   l"",Ul'1
ji,    . "*���   operation* on  racetracks
rcentno        'v*'y  "lc Bt",e loaC8 llB
l-niiii.,., 1" "" ;l" hi'ttlng curried on sur-
JWeen  . ���'; ",,U*,J ���" estimated at  bo*
r**,! r i  "''m ���* ����o,ooo,ooo,
In r,-,v���r ,',"''i""i��ln'  Union Is working
lluit ... proposition ln the hope
In,.    * '"'"���"co shop will bo allowed
llmiliv ,,'!','" '"������'"-'��� helling agency. M.
lis- rn,,,   ""!ves ,0 deduct 8 per cent, ol
1 1.1 ,��l'-v ""Rered, uf which 2 per cent.
Ihe rm. , Ve_ '" ""���* managementg or
fcelr inJ ,r an compensation for
be ,,v��� * ' |ler ��ent. to he devoted to
���snn , ... ��r management and the
j"11" public benefit
lins,, 1"' lht* mJnlater of agriculture,
raiuin,., "|lartI��ent Is responsiblo fon-tbe
{ ��" Mm 7" the ,Mrl n,,""cl on ���*"
Posed to IS h,n*!*dln,*>'- >3 strongly op-
���iv ���,1, ' l{0ul'-v s bill.   He ubbs the
IH��>��|> wh Til ltat ,8 lM'",K ,,8e<1 by
"is betim-,,d ihlU Bovtrnmeut nllow-
fiis��� ,, h on 1,on*<* races cannot re-
kiusi nl. *,",'"c KKmbllng of nny
1 * says that lhe public onlv
11 ,,w r'lCe m9?��nB lo  gamble, 11s
jl'iey kn���w
I'")-*
ho������.��r Ca!'c no��''ng nhout breed-
1101 ��'��������. so that It the necesalty of
NELSON, B. C, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, f 907.
Fnrrr Cknts a Month
attending a recctiack In order to bet
was removed tbe rucing societies would
lose at least half ol their present gate
money, which tor the live sucleties
around Paris last year amounted to
��� 1,770,000.
National Peace Congreaa.
New York, April 10��� The women hud
tbelr innings ut the morning session uf
the Nalionul Peace Congress today. The
session was given over entirely to tbeni
and lhe programme Included addresses
by Mrs. Anna Gurlln Spencer, Mrs. Kl-
lon M. II, ins,un. Mary B. Wooley aud
other women prominently Identified
wllh educutlonul and reform movements.
This afternoon there was a meeting
for young people, with addresses by
William T. Maxwell, BUjicrlntendent of
the New York schools, and other eminent educators. Tonight two sessions
are to he held. At one the speakeis
are to include representatives of many
or the big universities or America ansl
Europe. The other session will be held
In Cooper Union and will he addressed
by President Samuel Gompers and
other * representatives or organized
labor.
NOT HAPPY WITHOUT IT
Suffragettes of Britain and Canada Still
Campaigning���Dilke to
the Re-tout.
London, April 16.���Suffragists of all
claases Hocked to the Court theatre yesterday sslHiiiiis.is to witness the production ot a political tract in three acts,
entitled "Votes tor Women," by Elizabeth Itoblus. From early morning a
crowd of women waited out side the
theatre In a heavy rain, and when tbe
ilisors were opened the house was rapidly filled. Tbc women who filled the
theatre were mostly well dressed.
There waB only a sprinkling ot men.
The play has a Birong political flavor,
but the author has interwoven It with
an interesting love slory, the heroine
being a girl. who. betrayed by a titled
villain, becomes a Buffraglst. Mer efforts on behalf of down-trodden women
aroused the audience to the utmost enthusiasm.
One of the novel features of the performance was that about 50 real suf-
rragiats were engaged in the cast aB
supernumeraries. Encouraged hy their
leaders in the auditorium they made a
demonstration with a gusto thut vividly
recalled the recent attack on the House
of   (liuimons.
Sir Charles Dilke. Advanced Radical,
Introduced in the House of Commons
recently his Women's Enfranchisement
1)111. which was read fur tbe first time
without any discussion.
The bill introduced lu the llrltlsh parliament by Sir Charles Dilke Is similar to the bill which he Introduced last
year and which was defeated, lt provides for enfranchising every registered
man und woman of full age. and that
nobody shall he disqualified by sex or
marriage from being elected to either
House of Parliament, or to local bodies,
or trom exercising any public functions
whatever.
Toronto, April 16.���The women suf-
rruglsts In Toronto want to obtain the
views ot local clergymen ou the ques-
ilon ot universal suffrage, and the executive of the Canadian Suffrage Association decided last night that an effort to
obtain thcBe views be made. The procedure decided upon was to ask the
ministers of the city to present their
views In a sermon from their various
pulpllB.
The executive also passed, unanimously and with enthusiasm, a resolution declaring tlieir belief that there
should be equal pay for equal work of
tho sexes. This resolution will be Bent
to the National Council of Women,
which meets In Vancouver this rammer,
Thero was a full attendance of the
executive luat night at the meeting. It
wub held at 22 Curllon street, the home
of Flora Mncdonald Denlson, vice president of the association, who occupied
the chair In the absence or the president. Dr. Augusta S. Gullen.
Speaking this morning of the work
of the association, Mrs. Denlson slated
Ihnt. m regard to membership and on
thiiBliiBin for tho cause of universal suf
frage, much success was being met
among the lady doctors, dentleta, oculists and the lady teachers ot the city
schools.
The association is looking forward
with hope to the meeting of tbe Na
tional Council of Women here in 1909,
and lt Is hoped that the membership
nnd Influence of the Canadian Suffrage
Association will be greatly Increased by
that time.
Reaction Begun,
Toronto. April 16.���The Canadian National Sunday Lengue waB Inaugurated
last night by a number of citizens who
think the present Lord's Dny Act too
restrictive. Cloldwin Smith is one of
I tlie promoters.
CANADA AS MODEL
To Britain for Volunteer
Army
VIEW OF COL HERBERT
London Press on Topics Connected
With Colonial Conference-
Visit of Capitals.
London, April 16���In the house of
commons Colonel Herbert, defending
Secretary Haldane's national army
scheme, said: "We are going back, not
lo feudalism, but to the principles which
once underlay the whole military system ol the country, which still underlie
lhe militia system of the colonies, lt
has been said that lt is Impossible to
unite under oue system all volunteers
unless we had compulsion. That difficulty has been iiutten over in Canada
where each cir.-s of the community
formed for training in the way beat
suited to their ordinary vocations."
Many of his own predecessors lu Canada urged dependeuce on the English
principle of a permanent Btaff. He received the impression that il was
against the feeling of the people to introduce this permanent element. He
took the view Uiul every unit should
maintain itself.
The British government has no knowledge of the statements made at Washington on an Anglo-American treaty for
the appointment of a joint commission
to settle questions between Canada and
the United States, it ls declared officially that some of the questions mentioned have been discussed by Root,
llryce and Earl Grey, and the discussions are still in progress.
The Morning Post regrets the circulation of sensational rumors regarding
the colonial conference. Certain sections of the Unionist press suggest an
informal conference of premiers. It is
announced by tbe Express thai the pre
miers of Canada and Australia Intend
lo take advantage qf the occasion to
devise a system of preference such as
has been arranged between the commonwealth and South Africa.
Replying to the Express' question
whether it were possible for the
colouial premiers to get together to develop a Bcbeme of Intercolonial preference, Premier Deakin said that all
things are possible.
The London Express, on the vlBit of
the capitals, says: lf we are not 'Cottoned' so well to the finer points of lacrosse, at all events we have not Introduced that remarkable roughness which
exists ln so many Canadian teams. The
Toronto men, when here, however,
could not be uufalrer ln their vigor. It
Is.expected that the Capitals will give
away nothiug on the score. Playing the
game' they are noi likely to have so
many runaway successes as their predecessors. .
The Standard says that at present we
can only assure the Canadian people
that pending the negotiations with thc
government of the United States, there
will be closely watched here any reasonable protests which they may make or
complaints that Canada's opinion has
not heen adequately consulted.
PROVINCIAL POLICE COURT.
Four Cases Dlspoaed of In Lesa Than
Ten   Minutes.
At b session of tbe provlnclul police
court yesterday afternoou which lasted
exactly nine minutes Magistrate Crease
dealt with four offenders.
M. McDanlels pleaded guilty to the
charge of creating a disturbance In
Fairview Sunday mbrning liy being
drunk. He had, as u matter of fact,
disturbed two families und commuted
au assault. He was lined (10 nnd costs
with the option of 10 days and given 10
days to pay.
W. Holt pleaded guilty to killing a
doe at Koch's Siding on April 12th. He
was fined ts, and costB.
Carl Johnson and F. Kennedy pleaded
guilty to lhe charge of pursuing a deer
at Koch'B Siding on April 12th and were
lined each ff> and costs.
The Information was furnished to tho
police Saturday night by n public spirited citizen who has Intelligence enough
to Fee thai It Is by notifying the proper
authorities not by relating yarns, thai
he can beBt assist In preserving game.
More information was gained on Sun
day, the offenders were arrested Monday morning and dealt with Monday
arternoon.
ENDLE8S  STRUGGLE.
Russian Police and Terrorists Fight On
���New Plots.
Minsk, Russia, April 16.���In consequence of the plot to assassinate the governor of Minsk, which wub discovered
by the police, who captured two terrorists who were hiding oppoKfte the governor's palace, tbc local authorities
have urrested all tho members of the
terrorist organisation here.
St. Petersburg, April 10.���Twenty-flve
members of the organization of Social
Revolutionists wire arrested here yesterday, among them being several anarchists. The majority of these taken
are recent arrivals ln St. Petersburg,
but none of them have been identified
as accomplices of the terrorist who
made an attempt on the life of Premier
Stolypln In August last. The police attach the greatest Importance to the
captures, which are regarded as nipping
In the bud plans for a new series of assassinations. All the prisoners have
been confined in the fortress.
FEEDING HALF A MILLION
Details   of   Famine   Relief   Work   In
Shanghai���Race Between  Harvest and Death.
Shanghai. April 16. ��� Investigation
shows that the plans of the famine relief committee are admirable. There
has been no leakage of the funds administered by foreigners. A house to house
Inspection has resulted In 90,000 families, totalling 500,000 famine sufferers,
being enrolled by the committee, which
is attempting to provide for them until the harvest Additions to the list of
families will be made only when funds
available justify It. Three kinds of relief tickets are issued: first, for free
food, which fs not issued unless the family has no money, food or pawnable articles and Its members are too weak
to work: second, where they are able,
each member of a family is given work
to pay for food; third, the Chinese government 1- P��ylng to some families
one and one-half cents per day.
These tickets are given to tbe families entitling them to purchase famine
supplies at cost. Food is furnish to
ticket holders at the relief sub-centres
at stated Intervals. Often the thatch
roofs and timbers of houses are sold,
and families, because they had a table
left, have been refused relief, and, utterly discouraged, they have committed
suicide.
Hearl   Hear!
London. April 16.���Commenting on
the Thaw trial at New York, the Evening Standard ridicules the oratory of
Messrs. Delmas and Jerome as being
"flapdoodle," says it considers Mr. Delmas to be the worse sinner ln this respect .and adds that It "seemed as lf a
minor poet had been let loose upon the
court."
The paper inquires lf lt Ib possible
that a jury of practical, experienced
men could be Influenced by "such empty rhetoric," and says:
"Oratory of such a kind is Inconceivable ln an English court. It would
disgust the judge and jury alike, and
provoke a bitter remonstrance even
trom the prisoner at the bar."
NEW GOVERNOR" NEEDED
Auxiliary Piston Installed At City Power Plant Cannot Do Work
Intended.
The auxiliary |ifstun recently Installed by the Allls-Chalmers-Bullock
Company to make good detects ln the
working of thc automatic governor at
the city power plant, will not answer
(he purpose for which It ls Intended,
and other plans must be tried.
Under the circumstances the city
will, of course, decline to take over tho
machinery of the prant or make tho
final payment.
ln the meantime H. C. Bullis, engineer In charge, will enjoy a honeymoon trip.
Mayor Olllet, Interview on the subject today, Is still of opinion thst a
new and larger governor must be Installed before the.plant can be operated
to the perfect satisfaction ot the city
under all circumstances.
The operation of the plant will In the
meantime be continued, hand regulation
supplementing the work of the present
governor.
Prloes ef Metals.
New York, April 16.���Sliver, 65%c;
copper, 23%c;  lead, |6.
London, April 16.���Silver, 30Vtd.;
load, ��19, 17s��� 6d.
BLOW TO M'GILL
Oldest College
Id Reins
MEDICAL HALL BURNED
Second Disasastrous Fire at University���Priceless Scientific Collections Are Destroyed.
Montreal, April 16.���The Becond disastrous fire within two weeks visited
McGIII university early today and practically destroyed the medical building,
one of the oldest and most valuable of
the college group. Besides the equipment, tbe museum, one of the best on
the continent, containing many priceless specimens, was destroyed. Tbe
magnificent medical library, however,
was saved. Immediately after tbe recent fire, which wiped out tbe engineering building, the university anuthori-
ties lt Is understood, placed $500,000 ot
extra insurance on the whole university plant
The medical buildings will share In
this, but it ls doubtful whether the Insurance will cover one-half the actual
damage. The buildings were erected at
a cost of about 150,000. The collection
whleb they contained are beyond estimate as to value.
Dr. J. H. Shepherd stated tbat bis fa
mous animal collection was saved.
LOOKS BAD FOR SOLDIERS.
Big Meeting At Mohonck Lake Will Insist on Arbitration.
Mobonk Lake, N. Y��� April 16.���Dr.
Nicholas Murray Butler, president of
Columbia university, will preside at tbe
13th annual meeting of tbe Lake Mobonk Conference on International Arbitration which meets here n-jxt month.
Tbe programme, so far as completed
today, gives prominence to discussion
of tbe coming Hague Conference and to
consideration of America's interest ln
International arbitration. Among tbe
speakers will be Hon. William I. Buchanan, chief United States delegate to
the second and third Pan-American
conferences and one of the delegates
to the coming Hague Conference; Hon.
John Barrett, director of tbe Bureau of
American Republics; Hon. Francis B.
Loomls, former assistance secretary of
state; Senor Enrique C. Creel, ambassador from Mexico; Senor Ignaclo Cat-
deron, minister from Bolivia; Hon.
Richard Bartholdt, president of the
American section ot tbe Interparliamentary Union; and Dr. Benjamin F. True-
blood, of Boston. Addresses are hoped^
for from Dr. Andrdew D. White and
Judge George Gray.
The relation of colleges and unversi-
ties to the arbitration movement will be
dlscusBed. Many leading educators,
among them President Eliot of Harvard,
Angell of Michigan, Denny of Washington and Lee, Thwtng of Western Reserve, James of Illinois, and Rhees of
Rochester, are expected. Dr. Elmer
Ellsworth Brown, United tSates commissioner of education, and Dr. Andrew
S. Draper, New York state commissioner of education, will speak on the relation of public schools to the movement.
One session will be given to delegates
from chambers of commerce and boards
of trade, representing all parts of the
United States. Others expected are
Justice Brewer of the United States supreme court, Chief Justice Simeon E.
Baldwin of Connecticut, W. W. Douglas of Rhode Island and W. D. Heard of
Tennessee, Senator Heyburn of Idaho,
Representatives Burton of Idaho, Smith
of Illinois, Goldtoglp of New York nnd
Granger of Rhode Island; Bishops Lawrence of Massachusetts and Coleman of
Deleware: Senor Eplfanla Portela. minister from Argentine Republic and Senor Enrique Cortes, minister fioc Colombia; Dr. Edward Evertt Hale, Hon.
lambcrt Tree and Henry C. Morris of
Chicago, Hon. Bartlett Tripp sand Governor Coe I. Crawford of South Dakota,
Hon. Samuel R. Thawer and Mayor
Jones of Minneapolis, Governor Glenn
of North Carolina, Hon. John D. Long,
ex-secretary of the navy; Rear Admirals C. F. Goodrich and A. 3. Barker,
U. S. N.; Hon. Charles P. Nelll, commissioner of labor.
Weet Fighting Railways.
Kansas City. Mo., April 16.���The
hearing of the injunction suit in which
the railroads are seeking to prevent
the attorney general and the state of
Missouri from enforcing the minimum
freight rate law was resumed todady.
The law wna passed two years ago ansl
tho suit has beon dragging along over
since. Three railroads are making the
tight ond endeavoring to show that tbo
law Is unjust, ln that It would -compel
tbe roads to accept freight, especially
live stock, at a rate that would be ruinous to them. The roads that are making the fight are the Burlington, Wabash and Missouri Paclflc.
FISHERMEN'S STRIKE SUCCESSFUL
Crews of Behrlng Sea Schooners Gain
Big   Increases.
San FranclBCO, April 16.���After considerable negotiation the deference in
the views ot thc Alaska salmon packers and tbe Behrlng sea fishermen huve
been reconciled. A schedule of prices
was agreed on that is satisfactory to
both sides. The price of King salmon
remains as formerly, 10 cents each. The
general advance as agreed upon is estimated by the packers as adding to tbe
cost of Behrlng Sea products somewhat
In excess of 10 per cent.
On red salmon the price has been
raised from 2 1-2 to 3 cents. "Run"
money, which last year was $50 will be
t'li per man, an advance of SO per
cent.
AIDED DV DULL MARKET
Lull in Speculation Spurs Cobalt Operators to Activity In Real
Mining.
Cobalt, April 16.���To the outer world
probably Cobalt has seldom seemed so
dead, yet in reality the exact reverse ls
the case. Stocks are very dull and properties are not bought on tbe nod as tbey
were a month ago. All this rather
makes for the sanity and welfare of
the camp rather than otherwise. But
the woods are ringing with the sounds
of hammers and the explosions of dynamite. Everywhere the rock is shouldering off the enow and the sound concerns are rushing up buildings for tbe
men who will be employed In prospecting and developing. The Nipisslng leads
the way. Within the last two weeks
four bunkhouses that will accomodate
at least 30 to 40 men each have gone
to swell the village tbat stands apart
on tbe east shore of Cobalt lake. At
every one of tbe fire shaft houses
stacks of ore ready for shipment tell
of continued activity under ground.
And behind it lie the only quiet acres
in Coleman townabip partially deforested, every head of rock the possible
apex of a great bonanza vein.
In the midst of the most active mines
ln the camp of Lawson lies unmolested and idle, 700 feet of bare silver, almost pure. Now tbat litigation is
through on this famous property the
camp is very interested ln Its development. The writer was informed on
good authority that work would commence on it next week. It is almost certain to be a close corporation. Tlmmlns
capital has a three-fourths share tn the
bonanza and it is not at all likely while
there is plenty of capital in the concern to develop sucb a good thing tbat
the Imbllc will be allowed to have a
Bhare in the spoils.
The Colbalt Central large power
bouse is completed and tbe 150-horse-
power boiler Installed. A six-drill compressor Is also being fixed up and the
air plant should be working at the end
of the week. Room has been allowed
for the other 150-horsepower boiler
which will be used later to run the expected concentrating plant. From the
apex of the vein the shaft is now down
100 feet, and the ore in the vein seems.
if anything, richer. * At tbe 60-foot level
about 60 feet of drifting has been done.
The calclte vein has split Into four or
five different stringers ttijkot native silver and between them tit wal rock is
shot through with silver.' So far the
vein matter hns been retained and only
the lower grade ore shipped. It is not
likely that any more ore will be shipped
until It has boen concentrated by the
company's own plant.
Other lots belonging to the Cobalt
Central are being actively prospected.
On lot 38 a shaft has been sunk at 66
feet and a drift commenced. On the
big quartz vein on lot 60 E. the shaft
Is down 35 feet and about 15 feet of
drifting done to tlie east. Ahout a couple of hundred feet away a smaltltc
vein with cobalt bloom and galena has
been uncovered. Small silver values accompanied with traces of gold have
been found In the shaft. On 60 F two
shafts have been sunk, one of tbem 55
feet, but no work ls being accomplished
on them at present.
The Bailey Cobttlt has ordered from
Itand Jonckes a $1,000 plant, consisting
of a 15 horsepower boiler, a hoist and
ono drill. Work is expected to commence in a couple of weeks. Adjoining
thc Big Pete mine and directly to the
weet a Cleveland company- has 20 acres,
known as the Alexandra mine from its
manager, Mr. O. W. F. Alexandra. Two
calclte veins have been uncovered, tbe
one running eaBt and west heading
straight for the shaft house ot the Big
Pete, which Is distant about 200 feet
from the discovery. A shaft ls down
54 feet. Tbat the company has confidence in the property ls shown by the
feet that they have ordered a $5,000
plant, consisting of a two-drill compressor, a 50-horsepower boiler, hoist,
etc. The capital haB all been subscribed In Cleveland. E. J. Moore is
president, L. E. Durham, vice president; J. O. Russel, secretary and treasurer; nnd G. W. F. Alexandra, manager and superintendent. The oompany
Is capltaMzed at $1,000,000.
WARNINGS GIVEN
Province Will Maintain'
Its Rigltts
IN TSIHPSEAN RESERVE
Dominion and G.T.P. Company Notified of Resolution���Dr. Hall
Proposes an Amendment.
(Special to The Daily Canadian.)
Victoria, April 16.���Yesterday's sea
sion of tbe legislature was spent mainly tn committee of supply. Oliver attacked .the expenditures In Richmond
district, but only succeeded ln learning
that they were incurred almost entirely
for new roads In the districts north and
south of Vancouver, which are rapidly
filling up wltb settlers, and where such
roads are absolutely necessary.
A question from Dr. Kergln, member
for Skeena, brought out an interesting
statement from acting Premier Tatlow.
He stated that if, as reported unofficially from Ottawa, tbe Indians of tbe Tsim-
pean reserve had surrendered tbelr title in tbe lands of tbe reserve to tbe
Dominion government, the latter would
not be able to convey such land to tbe
Grand Trunk Pacific Company, aa
promised, because, immediately on tbe
Indians' surrender, the title, by reversion, waa vested absolutely ln the provincial government, and notiee to tbat
effect had been given to both tbe Dominion government and tbe -company.
Dr. Hall Introduced an amendment to
the Municipal Clauses Act to exclude
moneys borrowed for school purposes
from the present burrowing limit of 20
per cent, of aaseaaed values.
W. K. Row Introduced a curfew law
bill enabling the lieutenant governor ln
council to create curfew districts on petition of 80 per cent, of residents.
A deputation of lumbermen asking
for delay ln tbe increase of timber royalties waa promised consideration.
ARE GOOD CLASS.
New   Settler*   Pouring   Into   Alberta
Com* Mainly From British Isles.
Calgary, April 16.���Without a pause
the steady flow of Immigrants ia -coming Into the province. Every day the
number is Increasing, every train tbat
comes to the city is carrying hundreds
of tbem and their baggage. Strong,
hardy people, most of tbem capable of
tilling the soli and raising cattle and
wheat that will be the envy of the
world. Moat of tbe arrivals are making
tor tbe Interior of tbe province where
tbey have taken out homesteads and
where their attention will be given to
ranching and farming.
In most cases whole families are going into tbe Northwest, the father and
sturdy sons ready to win their bread
trom tbe soil and make their fortunes
in tbe wheat country of which they
bave heard so much. And they are tbe
class of people who will do it, too. Recently the arrivals have been farmers
and others from the old country, mosl
of whom bave some funds, and all in
an Anglo-Saxon determination to succeed which has won Oreat Britain most
of her colonies. With such men settling
here the future of the great Weat la assured and when the new settlers gel
their landa ln good shape and tbe crops
sown, tbe output of wheat will be the
greatest ln all the world. Tho local immigration officer was kept busy all day
loday, attending to the wants of the
settlers, and Is much gratified not only
by the numbers but by the superior
class. For the last two or three days
the Influx has been from the Hritish
Isles, slthough a good number came
from the states. A great increase in
(be number ls looked for in tho nes>
future.
Laavai C. P. R.
Frank DillInger.--or a couple of y���ears
connected with the Canadian Pacific
ralfway, ha.< been appointed operating
assistant to the chief officer of the
board of railway commissioners. His
chief duty will be to look over the
equipment and rolling stock and report
how the traffic ls being moved. Mr. Ull-
linger leaves for Winnipeg and the.
West to look over the C. P. R., thc
C. N. R., and Long Lake and Qu'Aii-
pelle lines and ascertain how the
traffic Is being moved.
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TIMBER NOTICES.
lottcethal thirty dan nlt*.r date I in-
L\ii.]v io the Hon. chief Commissioner of
itn! vVorkn nt Victoria, H. 0,. for a special
i cut and carrv itwuy timber (rom the
described In iul- in Alnsworth division:
���rucltiK "���' '��� I",Mt marked Chas. F. Walm*-
litluvcMi poit, tbenoa north to chain*,
fern-t 80 f iiKiiin. tlit-nce south to chalnn,
Jrc-i 80��haliiB t.i point of commencement,
���Tliiti.1 being Mnmicd on the eaat ilde of
tii ���.',, niik'H iouth of tbe Lar-
LlMnpli l.Mi.lW.
Chai, P. Wii-waicv, Locator.
}'. Bit hup. Agent.
nnu'iifiiiK it ����� po" marked Vhnn. ��
rthweal |""-t, thenee iouth to
���theoce eut h*i clmlun, ihenee north BO
lti,-in*.' weet to '!."������.* to point of rom*
���-Hiii laud Wing situate on Ihe
le creek, about a1? mllei south
B March 13th, 1W7.
Chai P. Walhhlky, l-ocator,
1'. -Hi.hc.. Ageni.
i ti'ltiK   at   a   poat   marked Chai. F.
���oultiweit    post,   theuce   south   HO
mco eail *" chains, tbenco uorth to
ih.iir wesi wi chaini to polntof com-
Tnl, theuld 1mi<I  Mug situate on the
|oi'H"-H'l.* .-reck. uboui 4l, miles south
i river.
1 March 12th. 1*<7.
Chu P. Walmilkv, Locator,
 P shibam, Agent.
Ill hereby given that thirty dan after
\t\.\ Ut apply tothe Hon. tbcChief Cnm-
- oi Lands and Works, at Victoria,
,. |a| Men ������ in cut nli.I Oarry awuy tlm-
J the following deacrlbed lnnds ln West
���j. that I-h Ui hay: Cniiiiiieiiclng at a
-mitti-i *��� chatna cast ol ihe northeast
(til block fll.'. (pnat murked tft K H,)
���Tinning cast m cnalm, tbsSOfl south no
���thenoe weat w ohalna, tlience norlh to
location post No. 1, eontainiug   640
.wi, mora or loaa.
___.. Creston. H.C., this.'Jnd day of March,
IH, 1907-
<;ko, HrccROrr,
J. <   ,   -. HFUMl HII.'HN.
i liereby given that ao days after date I
to upply to tbe lion Chief >.om mini inner
Ij. and Wurks, at Victoria for a hpec iai
ut nnd rar ry away timber from thc
piiK dOtOTlbed lauds In Wail Kooteuay:
DOtill at a post planted 00 the east line
812, two milt's south of the southern
ry oJ my TIuiIht License No. lo, thence
halus. north Ho chain", west -10 chalm,
I chalna, weat tt chains, south Nl chains,
lislns, south Mi chains to place of i*om-
' T'ontiJtilng Ml acres, moreorless,
��th,IWT.  P. Lew p.
ke it hereby given that 30 dari after date
fcd toapply to the Honorable the Cblef
ll'slrmer o( Landl snd Works, Victoria,for
lal licence to cut ,*:,*i carry Hway timber
following deeoribod piece of land in
���Limy dlatrlet:   Commencing at a poit
l 30 ��� halm lr..in the east shore of Upper
lake and adjoining block ttt on the south
��� tked   "('ha'. Kill's" northwest   eorner-
Isuuth 80 chains, then, e can So chains.
��� ii'Tili no ehalns, thence wed 80 chains to
���li'iinmciifcment.
T the Ul, day of March, 1907.
'-hai Khk
Mi hereby Kiven that thirty dayi after
Blend to tn akt-application to the Houor-
|U*M ommlmloner of Undi and Worka at
| -, for a special license to cut and
timber from the following described
i Weil Kootenay dlatrloti
tem-ltig at a post planted about two milea
Ujnirter up a M.ulhern tributary nf the
'""M1""* nn tllo creek commonly
aiiouldervrcrk, Htid a quarter of a mile
��������� f��tki and marked a, L. Htcwart's
���it corner tost, thenea north BO cbalm.
IBM *> chains them-e south BOcbatns-.
pesiwciiaiii.tnidaee ot commencement,
fit day of April, WOT.
A. L. Btswabt, Locator,
llMifretijun,,, tnatSOdavi alter date J>
F' "I'J'ly i" thr Honorable the Cnlet Co*a��-
F.��� "f..1-*1':1" ���*'1'1 Worki for a specie!
'* timber from tbe
it Kootenay dls-
t*n�� lm- nt a pi.,1 planted about two and
witei iipHs..iitherii tributary of the
,,'    , !hl'r    the  creek   commonly
woider oreek, aud about a quarter of
nlll��^"rki, and marked A.L Htewart's
��>rner I'fit. thencu iouth IflO chains,
.*u\    i ' lhen�� north 160 chains,
w ' w I'lmnis to pUce of commenceraeiil.
'"dayol April, imn.
 a- L Htiwakt, Locator.
JamZh,r ?LT,SUut s'*' �����*��� ���*"��date 1
p V . i . Honorable tbe Chief Com-
,,��� ''I'"1" -*"d Works for a special
" .md carry timber irom the follow-
1 ' lund", iltuated in lho valley of
roM.icommencing l\'t mtlei north of
V- ,'rt' �� ,>,n    ���" line'   J<>lnlT|K  the
it    i,m ,,!'7'l,,iri1. Hallway Company's
'"the dlatrlct of Wait Kofttaney I
JJfwwrtni ata post planted at the
���i l no"1 A'}   m��'WIW pre emption,
W. i .VV11"1 ''""it thu cast bound-
ft ;���\?_r.,l'��* Prc-euiption, thence eaal
id Fori Bbeppara survey
|,  ."���' Ohalttl, ihcnce  west Hx>
ni.on,.   I       *' ''h-HHip. tlienoe oait 40-
J^l'Mrd.lW).       J.^BwaaBlaO.
��M',.*!l1r,'1,,',rh!K,Htft 1,l,Nt Panted  al the
K    K?,,Ht,fll1 No. lou thu east.
li   to   ,     "���./''���''"Hu's pre-empllon,
I Re" lthalH(,K ��he cast b .und
Takenotin: t .Hi;toiia>*H after date I intend to
apply lothe Hon lhe Chief Commlsiloiier of
labda and Work*, Vlci-rla, for a special licence
toeut and carry away limber from thc following
de.scr.bfd land, in West KootentTi ConunenolnS
at a poet planted at Kokauee Hiding, on Baud
Point, ou touth side Weal Arm of Kootenay
rlver about lit milea east of Nelson, fi 0., marked
"C. K Walmiley'i S.f.. corner post," (hence Ml
ohalna south, tbenoa ho chains west, thence wi
vhelm norih, thenoi 80 chains lo point of commencement, containing mo acres, mire or leu.
Located March 16th, 1W7.
Chas   F. Walmslky,
P, Hhkban, Agent.
Take noilce thatl intend thirty daya after date
toapply t* the Hon, the Ubtoi .. "'misslouer of
I.aii'ln and Woiks for a special license to out and
(airv away timber from lhe following deaorlbed
lands, situated eaat of Dog creek, In the diitrict
of Wen Kootenuy : Commencing al a povl marked 'I'he Boundary Lumber Company'! northweit
corner poit " planted about a mile east of the
Columbia and Western railroad, and utwntt throe
milea south 11 the Big Tunnel, thence -i., chains
south, thence 60 chains east, tbence 4u ehalni
south, thecce loo chains east, thence 40 ehalna
north, thence HO chains weat, thence -to chalna
north, theuce 80 chains weat to polntof eommeneement.
Dated 4th March, 1907. J (iiniai.l,
Agent for The Boundary Lumber Co.
Taie notice tbat 1 Intend thirty days after date
to apply to tbe Hon the Chief Commlnloner of
Landi and Worka for a ipeclal license to cut and
carry awav timber from the followlna* described
landi, situated on Dog cree*. In West Kootenay
dlatrlct: Commenciug at a post planted ou lhe
east aldi of the Columbia and Western railroad,
oDoralwui ten chains oast, und marked 'The
Boundary Lumber eompanv'i post," and about
a mile aud a hall aouth of the Hig Tunnel, the
ntrthwesl comer, thence running south 160
ehains, tbeuce east 40 chains, thence north 160
chains, thence wmt 10 i-halns to place of com-
nenonauat.
fated March 4th, 1907. J (.eMklli.
Take notice lhat 1 intend, third days afler
date, toai-ply lothe Htm the Chief Commissionerof Landi aud Works for a special license toeut
an*' carry away timber Lorn the following de-
ktIImmI lands, situated 00 Bandy creek, In Weit
Kootenay district: Commencing ata po-t planted on the west side of Handy ereek aud called
J, P. H'i aouthwest corner poitt llienee running
east to rhaim, thence north 40 chains, thence
( west 40 ehaim, thence north Nl chains, ihence
wesl 40 chalm, thenee louth I'Jucbalus to platfe
of commencement.
Dated thll 9th day of Mareh, 1907.
J. P. ttwiKoeiaa, Locator.
' r"1 ?,"'V,Brrf **">' timberiro��� the
deicrlbed Un.U in tfeet K
Notice li hereby glren that 'JO days alter date i
iniend toapply to tbe Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a ipeclal
liceme toeut and carry away timber from lbe
followlna described lands altuated on the weat
side of Big Sheep Creek Valley: Commencing
about three and a half miles north of tbe International bouudary line and about one and a
half mile* west of lhe Nelsou aud Fort Sheppard
Railway company's land grant ln the diitrict of
West Kootenay:
No. 1.���Commencing at a poit planted two
miles west of Big -Sheep creek, known ai the
���outhweit corner post. Joining J. EL Cranston'a
timber claim No. I, claiming 80 chalus north,
thence Wl chaini eail, theuce 80 chains aouth,
thence ito chains west to polntof commencement.
Located March Hut, 1907.
No 2 ���Commencing at a post planted at the
southwest comer of location No. 1, -known as tbo
northwest corner pouof location No.'J, claiming
SO chaini iouth, thence 80 chalm east, then* e 80
chalna north, thence 8o chalna west to point of
com men cement.
Located March .MM, 1907.
No. 3���Commencing at a poat placed half a
mile west of location No. 2, kuowu as the southeast euruer, claiming 80 chains north, thence HO
chains weat, thence 80 chains somh, thencu 80
chaini eaat to polut of commencement.
No. 4 ���Commencing at a poit planted at the
southeast corner of location No 3, known us thc
northeait eoruer, claiming 100 chalui south,
thence 40 cbains west, thence i60 chaiua north,
lbence40chalim cast to point of commencement.
Locoted March 21st, 19U7.
J. P. Bwkdbrro, Locator.
K. T. Knori.skjrv, Agent.
I.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 flaya from date
I inteud to apply to tho Hon Chief Commissioner
of Lands and w orki for a ipeclal llceuae to cut
aud carry away tlmaer from the following described land" lu West Kootenay dlitrlet:
Commencing at a poit planted on tbe north
bank of 10 Mile creek, about one ralteand a half
from Hloean lake, marked K Strand'i northwest
corner post, thence east 160 cbalm, then"" aouth
40 chatm, thence weit 160 chains, thence north
40 chains to polut of commencement.
Dated this'JIM day of March, 1907.
E. Strand, Locator.
.1
I��ss��ki I, si    v        pri'emplloii. llienri*
!'��', li li     i, ,', s"",' "���"' K",rl -I'"'!'!"""
|lt ,   ���   ,'.,''" i'lsuin��, ncirtls, thenco 40'
si-Jon*, pr,, emptlou. them.
,  Sl,,.|,;i���t
lliemse
 H'S,.', ,
-:ii s. mn,
J. V. Bw'imnmo, Locitttir
;'",!;���; jti-u thirty sl��imi<llera.leltnt.,-_d
,.'".-   11 Hie fillet Cituiinliiiiloiif-r o��
i ,,    .""'Vli'lisrln, n. c.
. fnr A !sp,*sts��l
Ifls'-rii,',.;; ',?..'? J"'W;��'��her from tlm
sss. *""'���"" Sta, Kiiistisnu.y:
In,,.    t|,0Ht PlMtM 80 c.hslliiiWMt
���     "I ,���������,���, 0( ,.��� W!i  ,-4M ,,,_
lis*,' .    ".,   "fl*    t���-    Hldl'SIS    I'SMt   as
��� i'i.ii, , ' V '''"'His, tlience eut 411
���Ihenee ii   ."' l'l"ll"��, theneo eR-t iki
I thoueo "";,,,'   ,',',,,|,"1"��- 'I" e we.t IB)-
s'.si', , ,',  ".!;""!'��'" Plnee "I oom
"siiiiiIisIiib mo ��ore�� more or leu.
* ���"���Ii��ih,l9tn, Pratinsj,
Loealor
"���"I i, tb ,,.,, ,iiiPM'.' ���""j ���*���������� *-
......   ll*' '" i'   IMS e i.iSkh ���..,   ,,,........,,
Il'i Use, r
f('l Mrtr'ul'i VithViua*?.
HlVAB""��Si
IW chains east, thenco 4
WlLUAMWAI.MnL1[Y>ltr({,Rtori
P   No    'i __c���. H-Wllg|tAH, Agont,
1 ""nlinii";.'t\ v��� Ay Mv^r' n,1,1 i"��rkod
w,'sMlifiico4��i.i.ut!!;,lorp'1,"t* 'hcticolfld
Kt.and 4i cl, i u.' ,H .V,ul1' 'bunCM 160*
ij    """i -to i hains north to point of be-*
u> March hih.iiKn
Wiuuv WAI.NH1,KV  u
���P* Uuuun, Agent.
Notice li hereby given that 30 dnvs altor date I
Intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Com*
mlssloner of Lauda and Works, Victoria, for a
special IlccnsA to cut and ca-ry awny limber
(rom the following described laud iu West Kootonay I
Commencing at a pont plauted about eight
mllei from the moutii nf (loat creek, and where
it Hows Into the Hloean rlvor and about six
chains from the cteek upon the >outh bank, and
Joining C. H. Illltle's location on the weat line
and marked K. Halle's southeast corner post,
thence west 100 chains, theuce north 41) chaini,
thence aall ">" chaini, thence south 4o chaiua to
point of commencement,
located March 28th, 1907
Jiff. Baty, Ixh-ator.
perC  It. Hittlr, Agont.
Notiee is hereby given that 30 davs alter dnte 1
Intend to npply lo thc llouorable too Chief Commissioner oi Lun.In ami Works, Victoria, for a
IpeOia) llccuio to .*ut ami carrv away limber from
the following described land lu West Kootenay ;
Commencing nl a DOlt pliintcd nbout six miles
from the month of (mat creek ami where It Hows
into Hloean river, and uNnit I") chslns from Ihe
creek, upon the soutli bunk and mumed 0 H
HUH.-s southeast corner post, tlience west 1��>
chaln��, ihence north 4-t chaius, thenco east 160
ohalns, iIn-nee south 40 chains to polut of com
meuccincnt
Dnted March iSth, 11*07
0, H. RrnXl, I^ocalor,
Notice Is hereby givon that thirty days niter
date 1 Intend to apply to the Hon tho Ohlof
Commissioner of Landa and Works, at VlOtO'lli
for KOpOOllllLUwnav toeut uml carry awny tlmher
irom the following deaorlbed lamia In West.
Knoleunv, that is to snv: 'ommenclng at
HuRcrolts and rtchcriiicrhorn'H post No a.
running ihcnce ensl Hit chains, thenco iouth to
chalna, tlu nco west 80 chains, theuce north to
ehulns to point of commencement poat No. 8,
containing fVIO total of lund, more or leas,
Dated at Creiton, B.C., this Wnd day of March,
A. I), 1907.
UKO.  Hl'SCROlT,
J. C. 8l*HR>'WKRH'>US.
tlcola hereby given that thirty days alter
I Intend to npply to the Hon. tho Chief Com*
Notlt
dale I intend to npp.^ ..	
missionerof Unds and Works, at Victoria,
for RMpeciaUiccnse toeut nnd carry away timber
from lho following describe ��� lands in Woit
Kooteuny, that li io say: Commencing nt n
n dnl 80 chaini oaat of ihe northwcsl coruerof
Huscro'taud H.ihermerhorn'a poat No, 1, running south 10 eliains to nost No l!, thencu
cnat K chnlni, thenco north (to chnins, thern'o
west ��0 chains, thence south 80 ehalna to place of
com meneement poat No. 2, containing MO acres,
more or leaa. , ,       ,,,     .
Hated at Creaton. B.C., thi* 2lnd day of March,
AD" 1907 oro HuacROFT,
J. O   t-CHKRMIRHOHN.
rJSSf? '' "^by given that flo days after date I
,ft'Ul"l�� -����'' Works, at V leloria, for a
fr,,; �� , RM ,t0 ,!,l,t ttl1'1 Cftrry ���**�����/ tlmlior
g��"J, ����� toUowini deaortbaa Un&a In Yale dU-
No, 1, -Comineiicliig at h post planted about 10
(.bains east of main Kettle riverand about one
mile more or le*s nonh of 0; P ll. Block No.
����������, and marked Boundary Lumber Co'i H H
oornar post tip, i thence m chalm n-rth, theuce
9Jcbaini west, theuee to chnins south, thenoe 00
chains east lothe point of eommeucement.
Dated Mar h '22nd, 1W/7.
No. 2.���"ommenclng m a D0��t planted about 10
(hnlns east of main Kettle river about BO chnins
norlh of Boundary Lumber l��*e Location No. 1,
and marked Boundary Lumber Co'a H. K. corner
poit No. 2, theme W ehalna north, theme H
cha na weit, thenee 80 chaini aouth, theuce 80
chains east to tna polntof com mem** ment.
Dated _r2nd March, l'J07.
No. 8,���Commencing at a post planted about 80
cuius east of main Kettle riverand about 80
ohalna north of Houndarv Umber Co's location
POM No 2, und marked Boundary Lumber Co'a
H. K. o.inier poai No. :t, thence HO chains north.
Ihence 80 chains wesl, theoce 80 chalna south,
thence to ehaim aaat to the polfl t of commencement.
Daied March and, 1907.
No. 4.-Commencing ut a poit planted about
10Chaiuhcaitof themuju Kettle river and about
OD chains north of Boundarv Lumber Co's Iik a-
Hon post No, 3, und marked Houndary Lumber
Cos H. ��.. corner post No 4, thenee HO chains
north, theme BO chnlni! weit, then "a HO chaini
south, thence BO chains east to the point of com-
m.-mcmeiit.
Dated March 22ud, 1907.
No ��.-Commencing at a posl planted about
lb 'hains easl of main Kettle river and about
two miles north, more or less, of Houndary Lumber * 0*1 Location No. 4, and marked Boundary
Lumber Co's 8 E. corner post No 5, thence Ho
chains north, thence 80 chalm west, thence 80
chaiua muth. thence 8t> chains eaat to the polut
of commencement.
Dated March J��rd, 1907.
No. 8.���Commencing at a post planted about 25
chains eait ol main kettle river on O P. R. line
hloca No. 2.14, and about 80 chains north of
Boundary Lumber Co's location post No. b, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co'i B. K. corner post
No. 6, thence 80 chaius north, following C. F R.
line block No '2.14, thence 80chalnn west, thence
60 chains iouth. thence 80 chaiua eaM U> the
P'dnt of eommeneement.
Dated March 23rd, li��7.
No. 7.���Commencing at a post planted about
Uenaini treat ol lhe main Kettle river on 0 o.R.
line bl ek No. 2711, and about 80 chaini north of
Boundnry l umbel Co'a location post No. 6, and
maiked Boundary Lumber Co's H. E. corner pf-at
No. 7, thence I-tu chains north, following C. I\ R.
line block HO, 3714, thence 40cha!ub west, theuee
160 chains soutb, thence 10 chaiuaeast to the
point of commencement.
Dated March 23rd, 1907.
No. 8.���Commencing at a poat Wanted about
30 chaini west from river bank and .. ���������out 8 mllei
aouth, more or leaa, of the laat east braj"h ofthe
aaat fork of the main Kettle river oraMutlS
milea north, more or lesa, of C. P. R. BIoci No.
27ij, on eait fork of Kettle river, marked Boundary Lumber Co'a N. \v corner post No 8. thence
A chains east, tbem e BO chains south, th.-nce 8>
chains west, :h- n*** il chains uorth to the point
of commencement.
Dated March 25th, l'Ai7.
No. ��.���Commencing ata post planted about
20 chains west from river bank, on tbe east fork
of Kettle river, and about HO chains aouth of
Boundary Lumber Co'a locaMou post No 8, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co'i N. W. eorner
post No. 9, Ihenee 80 chains east, thenc 80 chains
south, thenee BO chains weit, thence W chains
Uortb to the point of commencement.
Dated Mareh 2bth,1907.
No. li) ���Commencing at a poit planted about
20 chalna west from river hank on tbe eaat fork
of Kettle river, and ubout 80 cbains wuth of
I'oiindary LumberCo'a location post No 9, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co's N. W. corner
poat No. 10, thence 8o chaina eaat, thence 80
cliaina iouth. thence to chains weat, thence 80
chains north to the point of commencement.
Dated Mareh 25th, 1907.
No. IL���Commencing at a post plnnted ahout
15 chains west from river bank on tbe east fork
of Kettle river, and about 80 chaius south of
Boundary Lumber Co's locution post No, 10, and
marked Boundnry LumtwrCo's N W. corner post
No. 11, thence 80 chains east, thence KO chalna
iouth, tbence 80 chains wen, thence 80 chaiua
uortb to the t*olnt ol commencement.
Dated Mnrch 25th, 1907.
No. 12.���Commenclngat a poBt planted about 12
chalm weat from river bank in the east f-vk of
Ke tie river, and ubout 80 chalna south of
Boundary Lumber Co'i location post No. 11, and
marked Boundnry Lumber Co's N. W. corner
po*t No. 12, theuce 80 chains enst, thence 80
chains smith, thence 80 chains west, thence 80
north to lhe point of commencement.
Dated March tfW, 1*17.
No. llf��� Commencing at a post planted about
12 chaina west from river bank ou the east fork
ol Kettle river, and about 80 chalus south of
Boundary Lumber Co's location post No. 12, and
marked Boundary Lumb-r Co's N W. corner
pit ���... !���'), thence 80 chains east, thenee 80
chains aouth, thenee 80 ehalus west, thence 80
ehains north to the point of eommencemen'.
Dated March 25th, 1907.
No. 14.���Comm^Dcing at a post planted about
10 chains w it Irom river bank on the east fork
of Kettle river, and about 80 chains south of
Boundarv Lumber Co's location nost No 13, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co's N W. corner post
No. 14, thence 80 ehatns east, thence 80 chains
south, tbeuce 80 chains weat, theuce 80 chalna
north to the pf.int ui commencement.
Dated March 25th, 1907.
No. 15.���Commencing at a post planted about
locbainswest trom river bank ou the east fork
of Kettle river, aud about 80 chalus south of
Houndary Lumber Co's poM No 14. and marked
Boundary Lumber Co's N - W. eoruer putt No. 15,
theuce 80 chains east, thence 8 > chains aouth,
thence HO chains weat, theuce 80 chalus north to
point of commencement.
Dated March 26th. 1907,
No. 16.���Commencing nt a poat planted about
H chains weit from river bank on the east tork of
Ketlle river, and about 80 chain* south of
Houndarv Lumber Co's location post **o. 15, and
marked Boundarv I umber Co's N. W. corner post
No 10. thence 80 chalna east, thence 80 ehains
south, thence Hi chains west, theuco 80 ebalus
north to the point of commencement.
Dated March Bth, 1907.
No. IT,���Commencing at a pjst planted about
6 ehaim west from river bank on tbe east fork
of Kettle river, and about 80 chatm aouth of
Boundary Lumber Co'a location poll No. 16, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co's N. W. comer
poit Nu 17, thence 80 chains east, thence HO
������hains aouth. theuee HO chalus west, tbence 80
cbains uorth to tin* point of eommeucement.
Dated-March Uth, 1907.
No. 18.--Commencing at a post planted about
5 ehalna west of the river bank on the east fork
of Kettle River and about 80 ehalus south of
Houndary Lumber Co'a location post No. 17
and marked Boundaiy umber Co's N.W . comer
post No. 18, thence 80 chains salt, theuce 80
ehnins south, thence 80 ehnins west, thence M
eliains north to the point o< commencement.
Dated Mnrch Mth, lfc>7. J. QBMUL0,
*gcnt f ir Boundnry Lumber Co,
Notice ia hereby given lhat 80 days after dato I
intend to apnlv to the -on. Chlel Commissioner
ol Lands and Works for a special .Icense to eut
nml carrv away timber from the following deacrlbed lnnds, iltnated on com Crook i*. the
Coat creek division ln Southwesi Kootenay, H t ���
"A" Oommenolni nt post" ���*���**.*' planted nbout
IM Ohaini west from southeast corner of Block
No, lOOfi, aud  marked "ft. I Beekwlth by 1   J.
Lucia, agenti northeaal oorner poat," nooui two
ohaini north oi the stream, then wet IN chains,
than 40 chains aoirh, than easl 160 chains, then
40 chains north to post uf commencement.
Dated March Oth, 1907. W  L. Buna with,
by 1. .1 Lrcu, Agent.
"11"���Commencing ui post "B" plnnted on iho
Hinith fork of Corn creek, about 00 ehulns from
where the stream empties into the Mulu stream,
marked "W. U Beck With hy I ' LupIh, agent,
northeast corner post," nbout Ihree chnins enst
of stream, then IW chains south, then -Hi chatna
Wait, then 160 chaini uorth, then 40 chaiua eatt
to point of commeneeine it.
Dated March 7th, 1907 W. L Psckwitii,
by I, J Lucia, Agenl.
o(V'���Commencing at poat "C" planted 80
chnlna smith of north we?I corner of Block "II
marked "W 1. Beekwllh hy I.J. Lucia, aaent,
norllieust corner post." about ten chnins west of
stream northeasl eoruer, then UJQ chnins south,
then 40 ehnins west, i..cn 160 chains north, then
40 chains east to poat of commencement-
Dated darch Hth, 1WL W, L. Burnt with,
by 1..L Lucia, Agenl.
For Sale...
Near  Thrums,   a   ranch   of about   15
acrea.    A amall clearing.    Eaay termo.
Geo. G. McLAREN
Nelion, B. C, Box 654,
LESSONS INJiARDENINQ
Hlnti a* to Choice of Plants and Flow-
erg and care of Them���Begin Early In May.
The following directions may be of
Interest to those who are contemplating
a garden for this season. The hints are
the result of actual experience by a successful gardener:
Direction! for Care of Garden.
Plant seeds in garden or boxes early
in May.
Fill boxes with four or five Inches of
fine, rich soil.
Plate boxes ln sunny places, and
sprinkle every day.
Cover bsixes ut night, If very cold.
Transplant ssseedlngs to garden ubout
June 1, on a uamp day.
Sow seeds as Nasturtiums, Morning
Glories, Suiillowei-s and Four o'Olocks
in the garden, as Ihey do - not stand
transplanting.
Suggestions for Window Boxes.
Make the box six or eight Inches deep,
twelve or fifteen inches wide and aa
long as the window Is wide.
Fill the boxes with fine rich soil and
fasten firmly to the sunniest window.
Place similar boxes on the porch or
fence.
Plant Morning Glories on the side
nearest the house and train up on
strings.
Plant Climbing Nasturtiums near out
side to hang down over the box.
Plant Zinnias, Marigolds, Asters,
Phlox or Verbenas in middle of box.
Plants should stand four or five Inches
apart.
Boxes need water every day.
,   Making of Flower Beds.
Select sunniest part of the yard.
Avoid a place where the dripping
from the roof will fall on the bed.
Beet effects are produced by planting
all of one variety In one place.
Preparation of the Soil.
big up the bed as early as possible,
a foot sleep.
Mix with the soil some rich earth,
well rotted manure, ot leaf mould from
the woods.
Rake the beds and keep the soil fine
nnd free from lumps.
Watering of the Garden.
Sprinkle the beds every day. If necessary, until the plants are one Inch high.
Do not allow tbe soil to become dry.
Sprinkle thoroughly every few days,
when the plants are two or three Inches
high, Instead of lightly very day.
Water in the morning and evening.
If the Boil ls raked often betwen the
plants they will not require much water-
���ng.
Thinning of Plants in the Garden.
Avoid having plants (oo crowded.
Thin the plants when they are two or
three Inches high, on a cloudy day when
the soil Is moist.
Transplant seedlngs pulled up to another bed, or give them to some friend.
Take up a little soil with each plant.
Use a trowel, an old kitchen fork or a
small, flat, thin stick.
Picking of  Flowers.
Do not allow flowers to go to seed.
Pick them every -lay and more will
bloom.
Allow a few of the best flowers to go
to seed for the' next year's garden.
Keep beautiful, rich flowers In your
house and share them with the sick.
The Lawn.
Take care of the lawn all summer.
Water well, when needed, and do not
allow the 'surface to become dry.
Keep the lawn neat by cutting the
grass when two or three inches high.
Pull out the weeds.
The Vegetable Garden.
Select a sunny place In the back yard.
Dig up the bed and thoroughly enrich
the soil. Crisp, tender vegetables must
be grown quickly. Keep the ground
well stirred and free from weeds. Plant
lettuce, onions, spinach and beets as
soon as the ground can be worked.
Allow space for a succession of plantings during the summer.
Things to Remember.
Dig deep and make soil fine on sur-
Keep pulling out the weeds all summer.
Sprinkle the seeds every day.
Water the bed thoroughly every few
slays during the whole summer.
Pick your flowers every day.
Keep your garden neat.
Flowers require attention all summer.
By attending to these things -you will
have flowers nil summer and for the
Flower Show in the fall.
There are lots of cold-blooded plants
that grow besl if their seeds go Into the
ground when It Is cold and chilled.
Sweet peas bate warm ssround. at least
to be planted In. Olher early seeds that
don't, object in the least to the cold,
clammy soil of the early year are morning glories, pansles, popples, mignonettes, portulacca, asters, phlox, larkspurs, bncbelor's buttons, cnlllnpsls nnd
pinks. ^_^____________________________
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office: Bealey Building.   P. O. Bo*
Baker 8t��� NELSON. B. C.
NOTICB
Notice ia hereby given that the Jj atliburg
Lumber company hau Applied to His Honor the
Lieutenant Governor in council, under the pro-
vblona of thc "Rivera antl Htreama Act," (or tho
right to improve Rvkerta creek tn tho dlatrlet of
Went Kooienav. Brltlah Columbia, by removing
the obstructions therefrom and ItratflhtanlQg
the bunk!) thereof, and to construct dama. booma,
al Ides and obntai, and innkesuch other Improvement* nam ay be receaanry for Itae driving end
rafting of loir* and theflumlng oftlmbortheruon
The landa to DO effected aregovermont lands and
IjntK-ftl ��nd 2M, Hronpl, kootonay district, antl
thc tolla that nre pioposed to bo chn'itcd, lf any,
irosiiehasmaybetlxedbya Judgsoi the county
court of West Kootonay,
Datod thla 37th day of March, A. 1). 1907.
WATT8BUUQ Ll'MBKK CO.
Th* Strathcona
Nelion, B.O.
Reg. Geo. Webb, Prop.
The Leading Hotel in the
Kootenays.
Qood   Sample    Rooma.
Queen's Hotel
Biker Street, Nelion. B. 0.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Ait
KATB3 12 FIB OAT
Lirge IDs! Comfortable Bedroom, ind Flnt-
clhi.i'lulus Boom,   rsample Boom, (or Comiaei-
em Moo
MRB. K. C.RI.AKKK. Proprletrev
Grand Central Hotel
Tola hotel baa been completely renovated and
newly furnished with all modern equipments.
Hot water healing throughout.
BATES : Booma, 50c.   upwards ; meali   25c. ;
ipecial ratea by the week.
3* A. ERICKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court House
and Postoffice. Nelson. B. C.
Tremont House
B-aropein ud AmerleM nu
Meali �� cu.  Boomi from �� oti. tt 11
Only White Help Bmployid.
MALQira * TBBOILLUB
Baker BL, nelwn Propruton
Bartlett   Hotise
GEO. W. BARTLETT,
Proprietor.
Best Mar-a-Day Hotise in Nelson.
The Ber ta tha Flueet.
White Help Onlj Employed.
Joaepblne St
Royal Hotel
MRS. WILLIAM ROBKBTB,
nonum-M.
Rates |1 nnd ��1.60 a Day.
Special Batea to Regular Boarden.
Athabasca
Saloon*
CORKER
BAKER AMD
KOOTENAY
STREETS.
Most comfortable quarters* In Nelson
Only the -belt ol Uqnon ind i.igm.
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN   IVEN8        JNO.  PHILBERT
ANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
ReducedRatcs
Atlantic Seaboard
TO
Kootenay Points
Effective for Train-Atlantic paaaen-
gen arriving on or subsequent to April
26th.
mmiamsmmMm
COLONIST RATES
from points In Ontario, Quebec, Marl-
time provinces, St. Paul, Chicago, and
United States.
ON   SALE   DAILY  TILL  30th   APRIL.
.Send For Your FHends
WHILE THE RATES ARE LOW.
Full  particulars    on    application to
local agent or write
K. J. COYLE, ��� J. S. CARTER,
A.d.P. *s..Vani-fsnver.     .        l>. P.A.. Ncl.on
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wholeitlo tnd Retail Dealer, ln
Fresh and Salted Meats
damps sapplied on shortest notice and
lowest pricis. Nothing bnt fresh aud
wholesome meats and supples kept in stock
Mall orders receive ciu-efnl attention.
Well located Baker St. Store, on
corner, to rent from 15th May.
Applications should be made immediately.
Brydges, Blakernore & Cameron, Ltd.
FOR SALE
ON KOOTENAY OUTLET
RIVER FRONT PROPERTIES
Two of the Best Improved Ranches
With tearing orchards and running water on -each property.    These properties can be purchaaed on reasonable terms if sold at once.
T. Q. PROCTER
THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE DEALER IN NELSON.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Acres
of tbe
Choicest Frott Lauds ia
British Colombia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 3,006 in one blocit.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,    -    Nelson, B. C
Certificate of the Registration of An
Extra-Provincial Company*
"Companiea Act, 1897."
I HEHKBY CKKTIFYth-at the "Krao SUver
Lead Mining Company, Limited,'* haa this day
been regititered an an fcxtra-t-rorlncUl Company
under the "Companies'! Act, IN7," to carry out
ur effect all or auy of the objects of the company
to which the leginlative authority ol the Leglf
laUneot *.- rltinh Columbia extends.
The betid offlce of the company is iltuate at
Phoenix, Tetrttory of Arizona, D. H. A.
Tbe amount ol the capital of tbe company Is
three million dollars, divided into six hundred
thousand hharen of five dollars etch.
Tbe head office of the company in this province
is situate at Kaslo, and VV. JE. Zwkky, mining
'jngiueer, whose address la Kaslo, B- C, it the at
torney lor the company.
The time of the existence of the company li
iwenty-five yean from the eighteenth day of
October, 1906.
i he company Is limited.
Given under my band and seal of offlce, Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this find
ney of March, oue thousand nine hundred and
"Ti.s.j 8. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Camoanlei.
The purposes for wblch tbli corporation Is
f-niied are to buy, hold, leate. tell, work, explore, develop ana operate mlnea an<) mining
clnlms, and all kinds of mining property; to locate and procure patents for mining claims; to
buy, erect, construct, or otherwise acquire and
sell mills, smelters, concentrators or otber reduction plants, and to run and operate tbe same
In lbe reduction of ali kinds of ors, and tbe extraction of mini ral thereirom; to acquire in any
manner all kinds of real estate neiMmarv for the
economical and expeditious operation of its mining and smelting and reduction business, and
other business incident thereto; to buy ana sell
and otherwise acquire aud dispose of any and
all kinds of iwrsoual property, machinery, tool*
and merchandise, for tbe convenient and prac-
t cal operation of Its business in any branch
therein and to that end to establish and conduci
stores and merchandising establishments, for the
purchase and sal.' oi all kinds of nods aud merchandise; to acquire in any lawful manner telephone and telegraph lines and rights of way; to
operate and conduct su-Jh lines iu any manner
ueuensary orcon\culnnt for the operation of lu
rainlug and smelling aud reduction business or
any branch incident thereto; to build, construct,
equip, operate aod conduct railway and tram
lines wherever uecissary un ��� convenient, to the
proper operation of lis said lines of hualnpHs; to
tmy and sell or otherwise acquire and dispose of
the cluck of other corporations which may in ite
Judgment contribute to the success of Its operations, or which iu its judgment may be for the
benefit of Us stockholders.- to acquire in auy
manner aud to dispose ol water rights, ditches,
(linnes pipe Hues or otber aqueducts, which
may be necessarv or couvcuteut for KUpplytng
waler to lhe various plauts of tbe company, and
to acquire In any manner und to establish ��ud
operate plants and lit'es for operating, heating
or lighting the property or plants of the company, aud to acquire In any lawful mauuer, and
to dispose-of townsltcs, or any portion thereof,
aud to hold, operate, sell, and dc-pose of water,
ltgiit and beat for lhe purpose of lighting,* iMRt
lug or furuishlug water tu said townsite or
to wu hi ten, and each and every portion thereof,
and generally to do any and all tilings and to acquire and hold nnd dispose of ah kt >ds of property, and to maiuiHc, operate and conduct any
and all kinds of plants and buslnemwhich in the
opluiouof llie director.** and stockholders may
be necessary for the con veil ten* e and suoccfsfol
operation of its business as a mining snd smelt
Ing and reduction company.
LICENCE TO AR EXTRA PROVINCIAL
CMfASI.       ;���
NOTICE
E. C. TRAVES, Manager.
In the matter of an application for the issue of
a duplicate tif the Certificate of Tltlnof Lots A and
4, Block 23, Lot 9, Block SU aud Lot 12. Block 50,
Nelson City (Maps 2ti6 and -JfifiA )
Notice la ini re by given tba: It Is my intention
to Issue a duplicate of tbe Certificate of Title tor
the above lots at the explrnttou of one month after
the ti ist publication hereof In tbo inline of Kruiiv.
Jacohy and mill I'ohU which (ertiflcate of Title
li date ' thu 4th day uf January, l*n, and numbered 4267 A.
u. f, Macleod,
District Registrar.
Und Kcfclstrv Offlro, Nelson, B O
Ath, April, HOT.
"CompanlM Act,  1M7."
OANADA, |
Province ok British Columbia, j
No. 376.
THIS IB TO CERTIFY that the "Colnmbte
Valley Land Company," is authorised and licensed to carry on business within tbe province ef
British Columbia, and to carry out or effect all
or any ol the objects of tbe Company to wbleh
the UiIllative authority of the Legislature of
BrltUh Columbia extends.
The head offlce of the Company is situate at
tbe city of Winnipeg, province of Manitoba.
The amonnt of tne capiuiot the said company
ts one bandied thousand dollars, divided into
one thousand aharea of one hundred dollar* each
The head-office of the company in this province is situate at the City of Nelson, and Robert
Wetmore Hannington, barrister, whose address
It Nelson. B. C, ta the attorney for the company.
Given  under my hand and seal of offlce at
Victoria. Province of British Columbia, thia 8th
day of February, one thousand nine hundred
and seven.
[L. a-1 a Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint stock Companiea.
The objects for which thia company haa been
established and licensed are:
(a) Buying, aelllng, basing or diiposin* of
coal mines, coal and wood lands, farming*, grazing and fruit landa and tlmb.r limits, and to
work and develop the same:
(b.) To carrr on tho butlnen ol emigration
and colonization agents, make advances to assist
s-ttlers on lands purchased trom the company,
and secure repayment of * ueh advances, with
interest, on such terms and in such manner by
way of mortgage or agreement as may be mutually agreed upon.
(c.) 'io carry on tbe business of ranching,
breeding and selling and dealing in cattle,
horses, sheep and other live slock;
(d.) To purchase, aell and deal ln lumber i>
wood, eoal, mineral, grain, provision!, clothing
and general supplies:
(e.) To carry on the trade as general mercb-
antu and forwarders:
(t) To issue iu payment of any property acquired by the company shares of tbe capital
stock of tbc conifauy as fully paid up and non
assessable or otherwise:
(g ) To carry on the business of manufacturer!
anu dealera in power generators and motors of
every de*crtotlon, to construct and operate all
elaar.es of vehicles, agricultural implements, machinery, boau, stetmers, barges and ferries in
wblch the said motors are used; lo construct and
operate boat lines, and to carry on tbe business
ol carriers, cartage and parcel dt livery; to own
and operate omnibus lines aud vehicles and
boats for hire; fo sell, lea*e and supply ,-owcr,
and to generate und sell, lcusc, and supply electricity: to own aud operate electric plants and generally to carry on any busiueaa incidental to the
aforesaid purposes and objects of tbe fompany:
fh.) To purchase, take or lease, uxcbaugHor
otherwise acquire and dispose of any real or
personal property and auy rights and privileges
whicli thc company may consider necessary for
tbe purpose ��� of their operations, and to sell aud
dispose of any lauds or otner real estate and personal property at any time owned or controlled
by tbe company, or any part thereof, or any control therein or claims thereon, nnd generally to
do all such things as are incidental or conducive
to ihecHrryiuguutof the objects of Ibe company
(i.) To become shareholders >n auy e*i��i-ing
or proposed company and to promote and assist
tn promoting any company carrying on a bmd-
ncsa pertaining to the object* for which thia
company la incorporated and which may prove
useful to this company, and to acquire, take over
and operate tbe business of any such company
or companies, and to enter intsi engagements for
shkrlng proflta, union ot iuiere.ii, Joint adventures, reciprocal concessions or oinuwine with
any person or company, and take or otherwise
acquire aud hold sharea and securities of such
'ompanyor com pan ten
BACK TO NELSON
I have Juat returned to Nelaon and
have opened up at the earn* old atand,
and now ready to do all klnda of
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING ANO
KALSOMINING. Shop rear of Bartlett
Houae.
W. I. MURPHY. The Daily Canadian
HUDSON'S BAY
'        STORES '��� '     '
Prospectors',
Lumbermen's,
Miners' and All
Campers' Supplies
TENTS In all sizes and weights
RUBBERS  and  OIL  SKIN CLOTHING.
OVERALLS and JUMPERS.
UNDERWEAR   at  all prices
HUDSON   BAY   BLANKETS  and   CANADIAN   BLANKETS.
From 8 to 12 Pounds.
SOX.  MITTS,  etc.,  etc.
GROCERIES   and   PROVISIONS
HAY, FLOUR and  FEED.
In all these lines we offer  excellent quality at vei-3'
reasonable prices.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
CAPITAL PAID UP....14,730,000 REST $4,780,000.
D. B. WILKIE, President.        HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vioe-Preaident
ARROWHEAD,
Branches in British Columbia:
GOLDHiN,      NELSON,     REVELSTOKE,      CRANBROOK,
VANOOUVER,   VICTORIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received and interest allswert at highest   current rate from date of
opening of aooount, and compounded qtstu-terts-
nblson branch ��i.   iVI.   LAY, Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL.
Paid up Capital $3,900,000    Reserve Fund	
.��4,390,000
15 Branches in British Columbia.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $1.00 and upwards received. Interest allowed thereon at high-
���at current rate, and credited sitiurterly. Depositors are subject to no delay
whatever in the withdrawal of tbe whole or any part of their deposits.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.	
THE DAILY CANADIAN
>*SSt,llfstssS(l  BIX -lssys  A weed   by tlSC
CANADIAN PUBLHHINU UOMl'ANV, Ltd.
Baker et., Ss-l��iiss. B. 0.
auDicrlptloQ rates,, Ms cents* a montls delivered
ln tbe cuv, or 85.00 a year ft seat by mall, wtseu
paid ln advance.
AdvsTtii-ssiL- ratea otl applls-atlon.
All monies palsl lu settlement ol Tlse Daily
Canadian accounts, cltiscr Isst BUbaorlptloni or
svlvertlHlnK, issusst be receipted tor ois Use printed
forms ot Use Company,   Other receipts are not
APRIL. If,. I-0O7.
GO AHEAD OU STAND ST U.L?
The deferred���iho long deferred���an.
uual meeting of the 20,000 Club is
called for tonight at 8:30 lu the bourd
of trade rooniB. The attendance at the
last general meeting was less than ten.
If there is not a large and really representative attendance tonight the club
had better wind up Its business, turn
over Its assets to the board of trade,
and "fade away and gradually die."
Undoubtedly the club did accomplish
some good work during 18U6. It would
be unjust and foolish to deny that Ilm
It Is certainly true that after certain
routine work was arranged for���and
the summer dancing was over���the enthusiasm of Its members was burned
out, aud the meetings were poorly attended and devoted to uninteresting ills;-
cussion of unimportant niatterB. The
interest of active business men cannot
he sustained by monthly or even fortnightly meetings to hear reports of
progress���-or reports of uo progress���
on the preparation of a folder.
But there Is work for Buch a club to
do���whether it he called 20,000 Club,
Tourist Association, or Improvement
Society. Advertising doesn't appeal to
all natures, but It is generally found an
essential elemenl of progress and profit
in these days of keen competition, uot
only between individuals and enmpan
iee, but also between cities, provinces
and states.
Victoria, Vancouver. Spokirtie and
many of the cities aud towns of California bear eloquent testimony to tbe
substantial results achieved by the promoting and advertising work of their
various organizations.
Nelson was never In a belter position
than she ls today to Justify extending
an Invitation to people of ull classes to
come and make their homes here or in
the vicinity.
The mines of tbe districts surround
ing the city on al! sides are better developed, better equipped and better
known than ever before.
The city Is the natural and'geo-
graphlcnlly the Inevitable centre of a
large territory whose wealth In agricultural und timber lands is not excelled by any other district In Canada.
Its unrivalled attractions for fruit growers are already well and widely known.
The city itself offers splendid opportunities for Investment. The municipal
power plant Is now being operated satis,
fnctotily and surplus power Is available
for new industries. Many articles are
still Imported Into Kootenay which
could be manufactured as well and
cheaply In Nelson as elsewhere.
The club hns a unique opportunity at
present to lend Its active, united assistance to a forward move now projected, which is just as Important and just
as vital lo the city's welfare and progress as was the building of the power
plant, namely the erection of a long-
needed public school building.
Defeat of the school loan by-law is
almost Inconceivable. Hut it Is almost
unnecessary to point out thut should
such a calamity happen, nothing that
the 20.000 Club, board of trade or any
olher body could do, would afterwards
convince the outside public that the people of Nelson have any faith In the permanent prosperity of their city.
Here Is work for such a club, ready
to bund. It entuils no expense and will
be a better advertisement of Nelson's
enterprise and faith In Its future as a
city of homes than anything else that
can be done.
Some such organization Nelson needs.
II must not take np again the routine
existence of last fall, but must make a
fresh start with renewed vigor, and
keep ever vigilant for new opportunities for useful activity.
IMPERIAL DEFENCE.
Whatever regret may be felt by Britons throughout the world that the
home government ls debarred, by Its
imaginary mandate from the electors of
the British Isles, from meeting the representatives of the younger nations
with an open mind on all subjects, all
will join in hoping that the best results may be obtained from the conference now ln session In London ln
directions that are permitted.
The question of first Importance Is undoubtedly   that   of   Imperial   defence.
Here again the home government has
somewhat narrowed the field of discussion. Britain has elected to continue
maintaining for some time longer a ridiculously small professional army. Fortunately all the colonies, except Canada, are so situated lhat Invasion by
land forces Is most Improbable If not
Impossible. As far as land forces,
therefore, are concerned the various
components of the Empire may go their
own way���must go their own way���until
-some great crisis aguln destroys the
Little Engianders' castles in the air, of
disarmament, a league of peace, or compulsory arbitration.
But Invasion, even of the colonies,
Is only rendered impossible or even Improbable by un invincible Hritish navy.
To the present tbat navy lias been maintained entirely by British tax-payers,
at a cost that has now grown to a sum
representing ubout $20 per yeur for
every man, woman and child in tlie
British Islands.
At various times voluntary contributions to it have been mude lu ships or
in money by severul of the self-governing colonies���by all except Canada.
It was not unnatural, it was wholly
justifiable, that Colonial, and especially Canadian overtures for preferential
tariffs, should be met by the statesmen
of the motherland with an Inquiry as
lo when the colonies, and especially
Canadu, would consider the question of
contribution to the cost of the malnten-
of the fleet.
In the past Sir Wilfrid Laurier has
raised technical objections, such as,
that the expenditure of money voted by
the parliament of Canada must be controlled by the parliament of Canada.
But the time for technicalities and evasions has passed. Even If the patience
of British tax-payers Is Inexhaustible,
the pride of Canadians has to be reckoned with. The position of poor relations, accepting protection without even
the poor return of thanks, is Intolerable.
If Sir Wilfrid Laurler's constitutional
mind still rejects nny proposuls offered
by British atntesmen, he must frame
proposals of his own. Canada must
bear her share of the burden: the form
of her contribution Is of little Importance.
Instead of returning from Victoria
rested and refreshed Dr. Hall will bo
exhausted from the work of the session. He has now made a Bpeech, asked
a question and moved an amendment.
His speech was fruitless and Ihe ques
tion was unnecessary. They were probably merely for practice. Dut the
amendment may be serious. At present
the limit of municipal borrowing powei
Is 20 per cent, of Its assessment. Nelson has had this year to ask for a
special extension of Its borrowing powers to enable It to raise a loan of
$60,000 for the building of a necessary
public school. Dr. Hall, evidently displeased tbat Nelson should have to ask
for special favors, proposes a general
extension of borrowing power by excluding all money spent for school purposes
from the debts so limited. Had such a
step been taken a few years ago it
would have probably have destroyed, in
many cases, the borrowing powers It Is
Intended to Improve. The limit was tho
guarantee of property owners, investors
and lenders against municipal extravagance. At present, in a period of general prosperity, nnd probably on the eve
of great expansion, such an extension
may do little barm.
During the recent provincial campaign one of the stock criticisms of Liberal orators and editors was that'the
province was not deriving nearly
enough revenue from its timber lands
Now that the royalty ls raised, there Is
an outcry against Injustice to the lunv
bermen, although It ts specifically announced by the provincial secretary,
that the Increase will not take effect
until the end of the year so that present contracts wil] not be affected. The
lumbering Industry will easily adjust
Itself to the change, but In the meantime the people are afforded an auius-
Coal! Icel Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frott,
Fuel St, Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICE:
N. E. cor. Baker and  Ward  Sta.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now oc sale.
All klnda of Dlnncrware In stock. Patterns.
NOTICE
PRtlNINo AND GRAFTING carefully attend
H to. Apply
HARRY WILLIAMS,
Silver Klnf Hotel.
Ing object lesson on tlu* consistency ami
sincerity of Liberal criticism.
The Week after quoting a sentence
from Tbs- Daily Canadian remarks: "No
decent mun will envy ."    Now. how
can the W'es-k know whftt u decent man
would envy?
Sir Wilfrid Laurler wns the only one
of the colonial premiers who wished
the deliberations uf ills' conference to
be secret. II wns Ihe same In 11)02.
Why?
LIBERALS  LEARNING.
London Cabinet Discovers Popular Feeling   for  Empire.
Lnnslon, April lis.���The Express snys
that at a hurried cabinet council It wus
leeognlzed that public opinion Is thoroughly aroused over tin- conferenoe, and
that It Is no longer possible to treat the
question of preference In u formui
spirit.
The cabinet therefore decided to
ndopt an attitude of great friendliness
towards the visiting premiere, and the
requirements of the colonies nre to met
with the official assurance that everything possible will be sione to meet the
necessities of tlle Empire's trade. It
is hoped that these assurances, with
concessions on minor subjects, will suffice to quiet the premiers on the subject
of preference.
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
INEUSOIN,
B. C.
Ff���SONl\<>0
UPWARDS
A collection ot all the Latest
Shapes and Sizes.    A free
smoking and most satisfactory pipe.
W. cA. THURMAN,
Tobacconist.   Baker Street.
XV.   Q.   GILLETT
Contractor and     i
Bulld��r.
8ole agent for the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd..
retail yards. Rough and drc*��d lumber, turned
work and brackets, Coast lath and shinglei, mtdi
and doom. Cement, brick and lime for gale.
Autorantle grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. eaat of Hall
NBLSON,   B. C.
P. O. Bnx 2!W. Telephone 178
A, McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Grocerij-
Butts-r, Eggs.
Ramp and Miners' Supplies.
F. C. OREEN      F. P. BURDEN      A. H. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Qvil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
C0R.VIQ0RIA 4 KOOTENAY STS., NELSON, B. C
P. 0. Boi 145   Phone itl B.
NOTICE!
The public are respectfully notified
thai iu future there will be au Owl Car
on Saturday nights, having the West
End terminus at 11 p. in., returning
leaving the Fairview terminus at
11:20 p.m.
Also that ail parcels over 10 pounds
will be charged for. at the rate of 5
cents per 10 pounds, and must be
stamped with parcel stamps, which may
be had from conductors, city hall and
the undersigned.
Passengers nre requested (o signal
car when waiting for it. also to stand
on far crossing.
F. A. SMITH
Sopt. Tramway, City of Nelson.
WANTED
Appllcntlons for the position of salesman for the Kootenay Fruit Growers'
Association for the year 1907, will ho
received hy the undersigned up till 12
o'clock noon, on Monday, April 22, Inst.
Applicant to state experience, salary required per month, or for the senson, nnd
and also to furnish satisfactory references as to character and ability. The
successful applicant will be required to
furnish bonds to on amount agreed
upon. D. C. McMORIUS,
April 16, 1907, Secretary.
FRED IRVINE & CO'Y
Easter Millinery
We have just received another shipment of American Pattern Hats which were too
late for our display but are uow ready for inspection.
I
WE INVITE INSPECTION
Fred Irvine <& Co'y
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LAND NOTICES.
Tnk��- notice thtt 60 days nfter datu I Intend to
��I'I>1> tn the Hon. -Thief Commissioner ol Lands
tna Worki, tor permlMlon to purchase the following described hnds: Commencing nt the
southeast corner of lot fi30T>, thence treat '"
eliains, IhetK'e nouth :-0 chalim, thencfl eait '20
pirn ni*. thence north .oehalns. thence west 10
chnins to point of commencement, containing
40 acres, more or lass.
Dated April 18th, 1907 F. J. Una out,
W. W. Hradlkv, Agent.
1, the understated, after 60 dey* intend to apply to the Hou. the chief Commisiloner ol Landi
and Worku to purchase the following deioribed
land: Commencing at the N- E. 11, of Lot 7&S9
O, I., theuce wt -��� 40 chains, thence north '20
chnin*, ihenee east 40 chains, thenct* south 20
Ohalni to point uf commencement, containing to
acres mnre or less.
Located March 28th. 1907. W. A. Mills.
Take notloe that sixty (layi after data
I intend to apply to the Honorable the Chlel
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the followlug described land
situated lu the West Kootenay district: Com'
mencing at a post planted at the southeast
corner of Lot t��i, on the smith side uf the West
Arm of Kootenay lake, Ihence hO chains west to
southwest corner of said lot, thence '20 chains
south, thence to chains east, theuce '20 chains
north to place uf commencement, containing 160
acres.
April -nd. 1907. CllARI.ll RonERTH05,
per Khnkst W. Kobinson, Agent.
Notice ls herehy glren that 60 days alter date 1
intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner oi Lands and Works for permission
to purchase ahout 176 acres of land, situate near
the Fend d'urellle river, West Kootenay district,
and described as follows: ('omiiiencing at a
post marked 0. E. Thomson's N.W. corner post,
situated on the south boundary anil 20 chains
Iroui H.W post of Lot 719-1, thence south about7U
chains, thence east about '2b chains to a point on
the west boundary and 'to chains from H. W. post
of Lot 7741, thence north 7u chains and thenco
west 2f> chains to the place ol beginning.
- -"   *'   - '    "'������'��� 0. K. Thomson,
28th March, 1WJ.
A. U. I.ANu, Agent.
Sixty days after date 1 intend to apply lo the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, u. Oy to purchase thu followlug described land, situated tu the Weit Kontenay district: Commencing at a post planted on tho
west side of Kooteuay lake, near Khlnuceroi
point, and marked J- McKinnon's tf. K. corner
post, thence west 80 chains, thence north 40
chains, thence east ho chains more or less to lake
shore, theuce along lake ihore to point of commencement.
Signed J McKinhoh.
Hixty days after date I intend to apply to tbe
Hon. the chief Commissioner of Lauds and
Works, Victoria, for -permission to purchase 100
acres, in oro or less, situated In West Kootenay
district: Commencing at a post planted midway
on the north bouudary of Lot 7611 and adjoining
H.W corner of Lot f-tO&i, thence north 1ft chaini,
thenre west 40 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thenc Beast 20 chains, thence nortb 24 chains,
thence eait 20 chaini to point of commencement
Located March 2oth, 1001 1. J. Kcaklan.
Hlxty days after date I Intend toapply to the
Hou. the Chief Commissioner uf Lands and
Works lo purchase the following described
lands: Commencing al a post planted on the
east side of Lemou Creek at the mouth of the tl rst
north lork aud marked "K. Cooper's southeast
eorner." running BO chains weit, north 40 chai us,
east to chalus, aud south 40 chains to place of
commencement.
JJated March 20th, 1907. R Cooi'KB,
J. T. Tipping, Agent.
Hlxty days a'tcr date f Intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief (.'ommlssloner of Lunds ami
Worki to purchase the following described
lands: Commenclngat s post marked "L A,
Tlpplng's southwest corner poit" and planted
near H. D. Curtls's land, about half mile from
Sim-mi City, running north 40 chains, easl 20
chains, south 40 chalnB, west DO ehulns to place
of commencement
Dated March 14th, 1907 L. A. Til-TIRO,
J. T. Tiwiwu, Agent.
Hlxty days utter date I Intend toapply to the
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to pureliase the following described land
located ln Flro'Valley dlstristof weet Kootenay:
Commencing at a post plented al the H.W. corner
of John Hang' ptc-Miiptlon, theuce 60, chains
south, thence 40 chains west, thence 60 chains
north, Ihence40chainseast to placeof begiuniug.
Kn hai'.ii Kam, locator.
J.J. Kklly, Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that GO days alter date I
inteud to make application to the ('onorable the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, at Victoria for permission to purchase the following
descrlbed.lands: Comnienclinr at a pnst planted
at the southeast corner of lot ttt, group 1, thence
south M chains, thence eaHt 60 chains, ihence
north '26 chains, theuce west Co chains to polut
of commencement, containing l&fi acres, more ot
less.
Nelson, March 27th, 1907. Annik L. Wadi.
P. Wadi, Agent.
Hlxtr 'lays after date 1 Intend to apply to the
Hou. ('hief Commissioner of Lauds and Works
for permission to purchase thu following described properly at a post marked "&. M . R.E.
corner. ' thenee 40 chains north, thenee 40chains
west, theuce 40 chains south, thenco 40 chains
east to point of commencement, a relocation of
the abandoned pre-emption 72H ol W ��� C. Knapp
and ls the eaat hall 01 tho northwest quarter,
aud the west hnlf of the northeast (juartcr of
section 7, township 70 West Kootenay distriet, rm
the west shore of the lower Arrow lakes, containing Ifto acre*, more or less.
March Ist, l��o7. QtOBOl Milton,
M. K. McQuarrik, Agent.
Hixty daya after dale llntend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief (ommlssloner of Lauds aud
Works, Victoria to purchaie the following described land: Connni nclng at a post marked
% H's K W. corner, and planted near the northwest corner of J 01 !W12, about oue mllo west of
Hloean river, and running enst 40 chains to Lot
381 ibenee north 40. hains. thonce wept -10 ehalni,
th nee south 40 ehams to place of beginning.
March 9th, 1907. Mii.ua II attk,
PAUL Hai-ck, Agent.
Hlxty days after date I intend to apply to the
Hon. thc Chief Commissioner of Landsand Works
Victoria, B.C., to purchnse 120 acres of land
situate ln Fire Valley, West Kootenay, ano deserlbed ai followi; commencing at the northeast
corner of Lot 781A. and running north 60 chalm,
thenco east 20 chalus, thencu touth 60 chalna,
thenco west 20 chains to place of beginning.
March 4th, 1907. W W. IIraiilst,
J. K, Annahi.k, Agent.
Hlxty days after date 1 Intend to apply to the
Hou. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worka,
Victoria, to purchase 820 acres of land ln Weit
Kootenay, described as follows: Commencing
at a post pi tilled up Mosquito creek, about eight
miles from the mouth and niarked K. Cross' !TW.
corner, thence nort>> to chains, thonce l" chains
eait. thonce BO ehalni south, thence 40 cbalni
west to place of beginning
Feb. 16th, 1907. K. Ohm.
J.E Aukaum, Agtut,
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company-, Limited.
NELSON, B. O.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
Slxt) days after date I Intend loapply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Und* und Works,
Victoria, B. C,, to purchai-e MO acres of Und, in
Plre Valley, dieenbed as lollowi: Commencing
ata post planted 20 chains west of Walter Bull's
N, Vi. corner and marked J W Boln.ee* Jr. N. K.
comer p.<st, and running Fniith 40 chains, lhetice
west 60 chaius, thence north 40 chain*-, thence
wast CO chaini to place of beginning, and being a
portion of Hectlon 3ft, Township 71, West Kootenay.
March 6th, 1907. J. W. Holmes, Jr.
J. K. Annahi.i. Aobnt.
Sixty days after date I Intend toapply to the
Hon. Chlel Commissioner {if Lands and Works
to purchase :t20 acres of land tn Kire Vallev, West
Kootenay district and described af follows:
Commenclngat a posi marked J. K's 8.K,
earner, and running nortii Wl chains, tlience
west 40 chains, thence south BO chains, Ihcnce
east 10 chains to place Of beginning, and being
the west one-half of the K. K, om--quarter ami
the east oue-half of the H. W. oiie-yuartcr, and
the west one-half of the N.K pne-QUirtsr, ami
the cast ane-half of the N. W. ou��-uuarier of
Section 31, Township 71, (i. J.
Mareh BOtb, 1907. John Knnkst.
Hlxtr dan *K" date I Intend to apply to the
Hon.Chief Commissioner ol I-amlsaml Works to
purchase tbe following described land located
in Fire valley district of West Kooteuny: 'din-
menolni at a posi planted at the H. K. corm-r of
John Bangs'pre-empt hm, thenee eouth 80 ebalna,
theuce west 40 chains, theme uorih no ehatns,
thence east 40 chains to place of beginning, con-
taluhigsro acres.
Ucated March 14th, 1907.
V. A. McPitKe. Locator.
J.J Krixv. Agent.
Hixty dayt after date 1 lutend to apply tothe
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the following
described land* ln Koolenay district: Commencing at a posl marked J. B. Anuable's norlheast corner post, said post being on the south
side of the Lower Arrow lake, aboul two mllei
below Hurton City; tbeuce south HO chains;
thence west 20 chains; thence south 20 chalus;
Ihence west 20 ehalns; thence norlh iti chains
and 20 links, more or less to, the lake shore;
thence easterly along lake 40 chains, moreorless,
to the place of beginning, containing Hm acres,
more or less.
Dated this 6th day of November, 1MB,
J. B. ANNABI.lt,
per K, L. BtlWflT, Ag.-ut.
Hlxty dayi after date I Intern) to apply to the
lion   the chief Commlnloner of umdi end
Works. Victoria, to purchase MO eextt Ol lami in
W'est Kootenay,described hm follows: Commencing at a post planted about eight miles up
Mosquito creek and Joining K. Cross'application
to purchase, and marked 0, M'l 8, B. corner,
thonce north K0 chalus, thence wcsl 80 Cbalni,
thence wuth HO chains, thence east HO chalus to
placeof beginning,
Keb. l��th, 1907. C. Mabkrau,
J. K Annahi.k,
60 day* after date I intend to apply lo thc Hon.
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, Victoria to purchase 160 acres of land iu Klrc Valley
West Kootenay district, and dcMrloedaw follows:
Commencing at a prist marked W H Wright's
B. E. corner, am) running north mi chains, ihcnce
weit ao chaius, thence loutb to chains, tlience
east BD chains to place of beginning, and being
the west one-half of the n. _ quarter ol Section
'to, and lbe west hall of the H. if. one-quarter of
Hectlon Ifl lit Township 71 U. I.
March i��th, 1907. ff, H. WjtIQHT,
Notice Is hen-by given that sixty days afterdate
I Intend to apply tothe Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for the right to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post marked "M. 3 Cameron's
N W. oorner posl" planted at the&W7corner ol
the K. and b. block, No. 888, running east ISO
ehalns; thence sou h 1,000 feet, moreor less to
the C.I'R. lino, thence west 120 chains to the
Arrow Lake; thenc- nortii 1000 feet following
tho shore of the Arrow Uke to the point of coin
meneement.
Haled this llth day of February, 1007.
M, J. ''AHRHOV,
J. M. CiUKroN, Agent.
Hixty days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Unds and Works for
permission to purchase the following described
lands lu Kootenay District, about three-quartern
of mile from Thrum's eldllfl Commencing at a
post placed at the H. W. corner of I. B8M, group
1, WiSIt Kooteuay Dlitrlel; tbenoe westerly
following the north boundnry of L4698, 40
chains; thence north 10 chalus; thencu easl to
chains, moreor   less, totho   N.   W    corner of
UMi thenceeoath fallowing the west boundary
of Uma, It) chains, more or less, to place of commencement, containing 4u acres, more or less.
Dated this Gib day of December. 1004I.
H. H. imtts, I-ocalor.   ���
Notice Is hereby given that SO davs oft��r date I
Inteud loapply to the Hon. tin ('hlcf Coniiiils-
sloner of Lands and Works Victoria, B.C., for
permission to purchase the following described
lands In West Kootenav dlstricl: Commencing
ata post planted at the southwesi comer of lot
7701, group l.aud rutin In. 30 chains to the south-
cast corner of lot 7703, group 1, then in an caster,
ly direction 90 chains, then norlh 90 chains,
thon west on chains to point of commencement,
containing 40 acres more or less.
Located February Uth. 1007.
i'HiLtp WAhB, Looator*
Bialy days after dato I intend to apply to lho
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, to purehaso -S.su acres of land, In Ktre
Valley, West Kootenay, and desoribed as follows:
Commencing ata post planted at Waller null's
northwest corner and marked A. W's H. B. corner
and running north 60 chains, thencu west 80
chains, thence south On chains, thence eait K0
chains to place oi beginning, and being pari of
Beotloni M ana 85 tn Townihlp ?] and a portion
of Sections 1 and i!ln Township ou, Oroup 1.
March Mb, 1907. a'sipm,
J. K. Annahlk, Agent.
Notlco Ie hereby given that on days afler dato I
intend toappiy tothe Hon. Chief Com mill I oner
of Lands and Works for permission to pQronUe
tho following described lands, situate In Wall
Kootenay dlsirlct: Commencing at a pust marked 1. U Porters N.W. corner, tlienco south fin
chains, following the eastern boiimlniv of 11
Beloni application to purchase; theme cast to
chains; thence north 80 chains; tlu-nce Wett 40
chains lo point of oommencement, containing
aw ueres more or lon. B
Baud thii nth day of March, 1907.
J. L. PORTXU.
6o days after date I intend toapply to the Hon
Chief Commluloner of Lauds aud Works, Vic.
torla, to purehase 940 acres of land located in
Ure Vallev antl being a portion of -feclJnni U
ami 16 In Townihlp00 and described ai followi*
< omiociiclug al a post planted at the southwai
corner of ihe southeast quarter of section 11
Township 69 slid marked J. <j. fl. h. corner,
theme north 40 chains; thenoe weit �� chains;
thence south 4o chalnn; thence eait 60 cbalni to
place of beginning.
November *3rd 1906.
JOIRFH GiBIOl),
 J. K. Awwabli, Agent.
Hlxty days after date l intend to apply lo thi
Honorable the Chief ( ommlssloner of Unds and
Works, Victoria, to pun-base NO acres of land,
situated on the west tide of Arrow lake, and dr
���crlbod as follows: Commencing ata post mark
i'ii J. 11 s N. K corner and placed at the southwest coruerof Lot7003, Oroup 1, West Kootenai,
aud running west BO chalus, thenco south M
chains, thenco cast 00 chains to tbc Jake slime,
thence north along the lake lo place of heglnnlnf
March ��ih, 1907, j Bawhi,
J. K. ArtNAiiLl. Agent
.-Ixiy doysaft, r dak- 1 Intend to apply to tin
Hnuorabie the Chief Commissioner of Undi snd
worki. Victoria to pnrehaae iai acrei of land
In Weet Kootenay. and described as followi.
Commencing at a pOtt planted on the east ildt
of Arrow lake al the Miiithwest corner of i.76o|
und marked "J. A. K's NW. corner," theme
cast 24 chains, ihence south 40 chains, tiieure
eait 10 chains, tbenoe eouth 90 chains to Uom
helmer'x pre-emption, thenee west 34 chalm lo
Fauquier s application toj.urchasc, theoce north
��)i-halUH. ihcnce wev' 90 chains to lake shore,
th.-uee north along  the lake shore to place ol
eommtMomenL
Mann llth,lfo J. A.Kli-i.v
Notice is herebv given that 60<uvs alter date I
Intend loapply to the Hon. the Chief Commit-
Honor of I-aml" and Works, Victoria, for per
mission to purchase the following dewrlbed
land; ( omincuelugal a post at the fn tented fun
ol the south boundary of lol 6213, and easl
boundary of "lioldcn Qneen" mineral Claim,
tlu nc.-ensi in to chains, more or lew, io southeast corner post of lot &28.-I, thence north -to
������hains, mora nr les, to northeast corner post of
lOtfiSa,thenoe eut4Q chains to the southeast
Somer poit Of lot 9648, thenee south tf chatm,
(hence weet Oo ohalns, mure or lew tothe can
boundary ot thc "lioldcn ^ucen" mineral claim.
theme  along   east  boundary "(lolden tluceii'1
mineral   claim  to polut of commencement, 10
chalus, more or less
Nelson, B.C., March 12. UW7.
John* Charlton,
I'er Wm. 'ioi.i.inotoh, Agent.
Sixty days alter date I Intend to apply to the
Honorable the chief Commissioner of Undsand
Works, viciorla, to purchase the following
described Landl in West Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted at theB.li comer
of Wm. LOtett'l purchase 1.76*36 and marked
"K. M.H's N.K corner," and ruuning aouth A0
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence north 60
chains, theuce east 40 chains to place of beginning and eonlaliilng 240 acrea.
March ith, 1907. E. M. HltAW,
J. K  Annahi.k. Agenl.
Hixty days afler dale I .mend to apply to thi
Hon the( blef Commiasioner of Landsand Worki
Victoria, to purchase OW acrei of land ln tt'wl
Koolenay district: ('omiiiencing at a poA
planted about bullies from the mouth of Mn��-
quits onek and about one mile west of the Mht4
creek ami murked 'H.H.R'sH.W corner," and
running nortii Kochalns, thenco east 80 chain*,
thence south tH chains, theuce welt 00 chaini tO
place of befftaotojf.
March 16th, 1 s*07. ll. 11 Koaa,
 J. K. AKWAiiLf, Agest.
Sixty days after date I intend to applv to the
Hon. the Oh ef Commissioner of I...11.U and
Works. \ Ictorls, to purchase ;t20 acres of land, Iti
West Kootenay, described as followi: Commencing at a pint planted nb.nn g miles up
Musijiilto Creek from the mouth ami markea
"A. fi." N W. corner, thencu south 80 rhslns,
thencecast li) chains, thence north 80 chains,
thenee 40 chains west to place ol beginning.
February 16th, HW7. A.Uraham,
J. V. Annahi.k. Agent
Hlxly flays afler dae I Intend to apply tothe
Hon Mta Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Work*:, Victoria, to purchase Mil seres of land, in
��esi Kootenay, desorlbej as follows: com-
mencing at a posl marked "(���. B." N,K, corner,
and being at (he N.W. coruerof A. Qrahsm'l
application to purchase which lsatHiutl miles
Dp Moeqnlto Creek from the mouth and running 00 chains south, thence 80 ehalni Wtlt,
thence ��0 clalus nonh, theuce 80 ehalus east to
place of beginning
February 16th, 1907. D. BVMOft,
,      ���'��� K, Annuals, Agent*
Hlxly days alter dato 1 Intend lo apply tothe
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lauds an��t
Works, Victoria, lo purchase 80 acres of land
located on the west side ol Arrow like and dc-
de*erlbtd as follows; Commenolng at a po��t
marked P, A's N. K-comer, ami planted 40chaini
north of the southwest corm-r of Lot 7101, Oroup
I, West Koo cuay, and runnlug south 40 chatm.
tlience west '20 chains, thencu north 10 chsini.
thenee cast 90 chains to placeof beginning
March llth, 1907. ?. Annahi-i,
���'. K AWAKI.I, Agenl.
Hlxty days alter date I Intend to apply to tlm
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Landsand
works for permission tojturohase the following
described laml In West Kootenay: CnnimeneUiK
at a post about one and a quarter mllei 0'4) Irom
Hiivonno Lnmilng, and marked .Bella Bradley'i
H. EC, corner, thencu north 90 chains, ihence ��ert
'20 chaini, Ihence lonlh IN) chains, thencecast 20
chains to point nf commencement.
March 22ntl, I0o7,     (Hlgued) Urn,a TIrapmcy,
 Kqhemt Rohiniok, Agent.
Hixty days ufter date 1 intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Conimlssjoner of Lands and
Works fnr permission to purchase the followiiiK
described land In WMt Kootenav 1 Commencing
at A post plnnted on the north "bank of Summit
creek, about three qusrtersof a mile from mouth
of creek, nnd maiked Eva Cull's 8 K. corner,
theuce norlh '20 chnins, thence wost 40 chain*
thence louth 'to chnlna, thence east W Chains to
point of commencement.
March 'Uml, Y.m~ {Signed) Eva c��*u.
 Kohkrt Robinson, Agent
Hixty days afler date I intend to anpty to lha
Hon tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the following
described land In West Kootenav; Coqunenciui
nt ft post planted on the iouth bank of Summit
Creek) about nm mile from mouth of creek, ano
marked "11. Robinson's N W. comer," thenee
south HO chains, thencecast 4o chains, Hieing
north 80 chains, thence west*��chains to paint01
eommeucement.
March '22nd, 1907.
(tiigned) Bobut Bosikiom
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TIMBER NOTICES.
ittee that thirty days altor date I in-
,,lv to lhe I'"" Chief Commissioner of
1 Works at Victoria, li. c, fur a special
.nt and carrv away timber from the
1','ViiiK described lendi in Alnsworthdivision:
Toinmenelns at s post marked chas. ��. Malms*
*i louthweet port, tb.nce  north to chains,
,, ..[ ho chains, tlience south to chains,
��..-t hochaliist.>i> -ml of commencement,
���aid hmd bei nn -.Hunted on the east side of
i-...jp ereek, about -\'�� miles south of the Lar-
lated March Wb, 1WL
Chai. F. Wai.msi.kv, Locator.
p, BHUAJT, Agent.
-Commencing at a post   marked   Chas.  7
limiley'l   northwest   poit,   thence south   D
L.,,   thence esil to cbains theuce north 80
thenei weil U chains to point of com*
 nenl, lhe said land being situate on tho
|i ijde <>(' oicedc oreek, about ;i', miles aouth
ardesn rr er
ictted Uartb IStb, MOT.
(HAS   Y   WaI.MSI.IV,  Locator,
I'. HllKRAN, Audit-
-Commencing  at  a   pout   marked Chai. F.
limiley'l   soulbweit   post,   thence south  W)
���lm, tbence eul 80 ehalns, theuee north to
[hence wesl *i ebalns to polut of com-
lent, theiald land  being situate on tbe
���tildeof Cascade oreek, about *���'�� mllei iouth
���ar.lfail river.
ed March Bth,HOT,
(iia> V. WAMtiMtr. Locator,
 Y -HSRAi*, Agent.	
e li hereby gIven ibai tliirty days after
el intend toapply tothe Hon. the Ohlal Uon-
Pilmier of   Unds   and   Wurks,   at  Victoria,
,.:*���!!<������ t"'nl and carry   away tim-
} ttom lhe fallowing described lamls In Weit
������uny.  Mist  in t.i my     Commencing    at  a
planted in . hit In* east ol ihe   northeast
rr of hl.kk  na.   (p ���    marked HY2 K    .-   >
re running eut 80 cnains, th.-nce south W>
|bHi~, lbence west to chain*,  theuce  north to
iuk: to   location  post  No.  1, coutaiuing   Mu
v��nf land, more r.r lea,
���l titled at Creston. K.C., this 22nd day ol March.
��� A.Il ,1907,
<isn, HrwROKT,
 J. c, Pcntmmaoasi.
police li hereby riven that 30 days afterdate I
ll'iel to apply to [be Hon Chief <.om in lis inner
1 Unds ami Works, nl Victoria for SSPSOUJ
f-Urf ti) cut and carrv away Mm ber fnnn the-
���Jli'-witiir deioribed lands In W-BSt KiHittnay:
1    menolni eta post  planted on ihe east line
��� Ui Hit, two miles south or the southern
���niiiinry  rd   my  Timber License No. In. Ihenee*
V i Mains, north Ho chains, west 40 chains.
prth -ihains, wcsl 40 chains, south 00 chains,
i'l ut, Intnl.**. muth to chains to place of eom-
iHcement, containing i.t., teres, more or leas.
LA <r'l Sth, 1W7. 'P. LtHD.
I Notice I* hereby Kiven tliat 30 dan after date
I intend to apply to (he Honorable the Chief
I'i**: ilsilonei "f Landi and Works, Victoria, lor
,ipecial licence to eul and carry away Umber
L imthe inihiwiiiK described pieoe of land in
l nay district! c.-inmeliclng al a poat
'hums from the east shme ol I'pper
Rrruw lake and sdJolDlng block :m on the south
lini marked "Cha-. thl's" northwest eoruer,
Uenretoulh ni chains, thenee eait So chains,
|htMi��f ni>nli ni chains, thence west ��0 chains lo*
rilBt ol eommeneement*
IDstedtbi Ub day of March, 1907.
1  Chai  Hh >
i' i" Wby given that thirty dayi after
late 1 un. nd tn iiii*.-application to the Honor-
���bid hief i. immi-.Mi.ner of Undsand Works at
fictorla, H > ., (lir a special   license totul and
o.I7 ?"?_! Umi*'r 'rorn l,ie following desoribed
in-:- in weit kootenay district:
V ommenclng it K poit planted about two mile*
in*   a uuarler up a loutharn tributary of lhe
ll,    "i.tl'',.,Vl'r' on   ���hc   OMM   commonly
an uKpnldercreek, and a quarter of a mile
'*'" Forki, and   marked   A. L. Htewarfs
!ornet lust, tbenoe nortb 00 obalns.
fcllUHl-.l :
'IthWiot
,,   "' "" ;'"''���������    nee south Soebains,
��� '' ' ,V. i    ''"lI"'" ''Ik<'�� 01 eommeneement.
|lilted 1st day of April, paj].
A L. Htswast, Locator.
��� Nollie is tur--.iv ���_,,,��� triataOdafTaller dato i
��� "el I- ap ily t.. the Honorable lhe Cnlet Co��-
finioner of uhllfl tnd   Works for ft 8pccUJ,
I inwi... i "'"''Hrr? ���*���*<���>��� timber from the
KitT deKrlbed 1*1"'H ���� ��� Kootenay dis-
;'����"��'i'��''lng ��t �� poat planted about two and
Al! u. " "I't^mtbern tributary ol tho
' ,_"i..",.lv,'r' ��_?   llic  "'reek   commonly
lit. u ,   !i   L-'r cJwk< ,Lml ��b"llt �� quarter of
*��.      !''. ,,l)l,t' N>M south lBOclmlns,
neeetL-iAa k    Di* tBU>0�� '"'rib wo chains,
���jKh-.i iai i V'l""*1," Pl^'e of commencement.
*��sied thu ut d,y oi April, lvw.
a. l stswaht, Looator.
��Plly m the Honorable the Chief Com-
.,       ���';l"," ���*nd Wnrk" ��r a special
hi * Le  i   i" " 7rr-v'""l��T ton, the iollow-
|8hemc2LJ*2!' Utu"*��l   10 '��>�� valley of
,:��� "'. '"V-"1" ..'"mn.tary   l|nU,    (olnins   the
iTnW'at "IJ  "nt'*   Joining   the
nd srai i i��i     . ,,'1,Ii,t,1   Itailway Compauy's
LUtlu lhe district of West KootoniTi
the
.  .on,
bound-
piton, thence eaat
Sn. 1 -Ci
,",i,|���..s,,1":;,'l,(;""."1"f ,H,�� I��'��l Planted al
laltnlog nof, :'!!���''fisticA pre-empt!
����IA li ',,   1""'"Ioiik the east boui
lalna tl-ne, .     ',   1 ,l,��l"".  tl'cnce  west  lt!l>*
'sin.'b.iN,,,i   i   h *" ,,|l"""i. thenoi east *>
I, \,   H"1[,,|'"i neneement.
N(l, \M,itfUM"i-ivo..     j. p,Bwrnnaw.
l��'bw��i(S���iCLll,.ita l,,mt Plintml at the*
>undaT>-   in.    ,, "[l,,,'��'i'"i No. lon the lUt
��i��iingiflncbs ,      tl u.rUUeJ PfMrnptlnn,
yllm-.d I | ;<mtil��l"����K Hie east boiind-
���'bsluiaasi t���,i, 'IS0.0 ��� preemption, thence
iTVeyUiie ih .      ,    l'N,,i"��nd  Fort Sheppard
'"his ���*,.-_.',��� ,,,'', "J ,'lllli'"<. north, thencu 40'
Loctw MsrcvSi ;,;1i;;,l,7i,",��i,c��,ii��nt-
'^Z: -___.'_1'- Hw-KiuisKn, Uicator
ly��toihJ*J ""r.^aytAftwrdaie I Inujnd
"'���* md wZi,      ohK ( blBl Coinmissioner o��
mc I- i,    l,'llni,'I,irl,l',,*c*-'oriin''K'isl
uwIiik ile,(.ru     I'1".*' l,,VR,r ttmbor from tho
nmeneinwli     U,l(1" 1�� *���** Koou-ua.-
o northwit mK?   P��nted 90 chains
iih
Com'
thi
tilheaa
elm, me.
"l,ls* then��� .,"' ,.' **�� '''iwlns, thence east 40
"iii., tii,.,,,., .""n.tl W chains, thencu can no
'illi". thonce Innii A0?**1*01' WOnoO WOlt 190
���"cemem n,,,,',, , '"chains to placeof com-
hited \t,.l V""Ut,ll,K ftIO aores more or less.
S(..;        -    ��� Locator
������," 1 tntondb?J.e��b��J_.Te5,tlmt tll,p,y days altar
""""""huipr ii ly'",,|t'Honorable the Chief
riPl��M im l. !���, '"L" wa "Orki, Victoria, for
1 '���'HowiiiK d..,.M. Vftr7 **WV timber Trom
itriet-     K OMoribOd lamfi m West Kootenay
. *? l-c,
usrteri of��
ommenclng
Take notice that 10 dayi afu-r date i intend to
apply U��the Hon the ChW Commissioner of
Unds and Work., Vicmrla, for a special licence
to cut and carry away timber from the followlni
deaeribed land, in West Koot- nay: CommenciiiK
atapoet planted at Kokanee Hiding, on -Hand
I'olut, on nouth aide Weal Arm of Kootenay
river about lit miles east of Nelson, It 0 .marked
"C K Walmsley's n.k. corner post," thence so
chains soutli, th.nee HO chains weat, thence Wi
ehain* north, thenc��Ki chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres, more or less.
Located March 16th, 1907.
Chai   K. Walmhmv,
I*. Hiikkak, Agent.
lake noilce thatl lutend thirty days after date
to apply t' the Hon. the Chief 'Jr.inmisslouer of
Unde and Works for a special license to cut ann
(airr away timber from the following deicrlbed
lauds, situated east ol Dor creek, lu lhe dlitrlet
of West Kootenay : Commencing at a post marked 'Thu Houmlary Lumber Compauy's northwest
corner post " planted about a mile cost of Ihe
Columbia and Western railroad, and about throe
miles south'f the Hig Tunnel, theuce 4*. chains
south, ihence flO chains east, Ihence 40 chains
south, thence loo chains cast, thence 4ti chains
north, thence MO chains weat, thence 10 chains
north, theuce to chains west to point of commencement.
Dated tth March, 1907. J OraiLLi,
Agent for The Boundary Lumber Co.
from tho
oolcuu.y:
_   chaltis weat
���nrner of Ud H12, and at the
oi  Lot 77HO.   thenoe  oaat 90
Tub notice tbat 1 intend thirty days after date
to apply to the Hon the Chief Commissioner of
Unds and Worki for a ipeclal license lo cut and
carry awav timber fron tbe following deicrlbed
lands, iltuated oo Dog creel, In West Kootenay
district: Commenciug at a post planted on the
east ilie of the Columbia and Western railroad,
on or about ten chains cast, and marked "The
Houndary Lumber com pan r> post," and abonl
a mile and a half souih of the Hig Tunnel, lhe
ik rth west corner, thence running south 160
cbains, theuce east io t hains, ihence north 160
chains, thence west iu chalus to place of com-
incncttBient.
L'aiedttarchith.UKtf. J (ims'sui.
Take notice that I Intend, ihirt* days after
date, lo anply to the Hon the Chief Commissioner of Unds and Works for a special license toeut
Ut" carry away Umber Lorn the following de-
wrlbed lands, situated on Handy creek, in West
Kootenay district: Commenciug at a |h>si planted ou the west side of Handy creek and called
J. P. B's southwest corner post, thence running
cast 00 chains, thence norih 40 chains, thence
wcsl40cha)ua, thence north Wl eliains, thence
west 4*i chains, thencu south t'Jochaius to place
of commencement.
Dated this 9th day of March, 1907.
J, P. Bwieobbio, Locator.
Notice is hereby given that BO dayB aller aate I
Intend toapply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special
license tooul and carry away timber from the
(allowing deacrlbed lands situated on the west
side of Hig Kheep Creek Valley: Commencing
about three and a half miles north of the International Itoundary line and about one and a
hall miles west of tbe Nelson aud Fori Sheppard
Beltway company's land grant In thc diitrict of
Weil Kootenay:
No. 1.���Commencing at a post planted two
miles west of Hig Kheep creek, known ai the
southwest corner post, joining J. K. Cranston's
timber claim No. I, claiming lo chains north,
thence W chaini east, theuce HO chains soutb,
thence ��0chains west to noint of commencement.
Located March 'Jlst 1907.
No _t���Commencing at a post planted at the
southwesi eorner of location No. 1, known as lho
northwest corner pastol location No. 2. claiming
80 chains south, thence 80 chains cast, then c HO
chaini north, thence 00 chains west to point of
eommeneement.
Located March 21st, i*.*-..
No. S���Commencing at a post placed half a
mile west of location No. 'J, known aB the aouth-
easl corner, claiming 80 cbains north, thence to
chains west, tbence 80 chains south, thence 80
chains east to point of commencement.
No. 4.��� Commencing at a post plauteil at tho
southeast comer of location No. 3, known as the
northeast corner, claiming 100 chains south,
ihence 40 chains west, (hence 160 chains north,
thence00< halus easi lo point of commencement.
Loeotcd March 21m, HmT
J. Y. 8WBDBERO, Locator.
K. T. Fnoki.hk.ik*. Ageut.
Notice Is herehy given that 30 dayi from date
I Intend to apply to tbe Hon. Chief Commiasioner
of Undsand \torks for a special license to cut
and carry away timber from the following described lands lu Weat Kootenay district:
Commencing al a poit planted on tbe north
hank of 10 Mile creek, about one mile and a half
' from Slocan lake, marked K Strand's northwest
corner post, thence east 160 chalus, thence south
40 chaius, tbence west 160 chains, thence north
40 chains to polut of commencement.
Dated this 'Hat day of March, 1907.
K. Strawo, Locator.
Notice ts hereby glren that 30 days alter date 1
intend lo apply to the Honorable tne ('hief Commissioner of Lands and Works. Victoria, for a
ipeclal llcensA to cut and carry away limber
from lbe lolluwlng described land in West Kootenay :
Commencing at a pont planted about eight
miles from the mouth of Coat creek, and where
It Hows Into the Sloean river and about ilx
chains from the cieek upon thc .outh bank, and
joining C- H. Hlttle's location on the west line
and marked K. Halle's southeast corner post,
theuce west 100 chains, theuce north 4<) chaini,
thence eait 160 chains, thonce south 4o chains to
polntof commencement.
Located March Mtb, 1907
JlKK. BATV, 1/lCATOR.
perC li. Hittije, Agont.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 tlays alter date 1
Inlcnd l.i apnlv to the Honorable tho Chief Com-
inUslniicr ot Lands and Works, Victoria, for a
ipecial license tn .'tit and carrv away timber from
the following deiOrlbod land in West Kootenay :
Commencing at a post planted about six miles
from the moulh nf Goat Break ami w���here It Hows
into Slocan river, and tiNiut ISobllM frnm the
creek, upon lhe south hank unci mnrKcd C It
Hlttle's southeast corner post, thenee wesl 1��0
chain", thence north 4'i chains, thence enst lfio
chains, theuce south 40 chains to point ol com
meneement
Dated March Mh, 1007.
C. H. Mit'LB, 1-ocator.
  ,.,   ���,-lnK  at a post  three-
 ..��;""   !   .^V'yillumWHlmsley'aS.K
l��&ThanesfiiePa'V WPBt' lhc,1(,�� *��������
';l1" noli i ..fi    , t!l>*��ns eait, thenco 4h>
Wjli.iam Wai.mhi.kv, Locator.
..'���'���"It  Nn, a-cm���m��� F��8Mttmr, Agont.
v , Wm Wm , fV, ', "p W.W "Ho crock, on
ll'1 Ua> "'"'Insiev- ��� k",iy rlV4,r- ll"'1 marked
.' l1" w"t, tiicnr^<.i.u?��<,r,,l,t PMt./henee ion
ginning *BQ ��obMhJ nnrth to polntof be--
,c^d March sih.1007
WiuuMuvvahisi.ev. Locator,
1'. Hrijun, Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that tbirly tlays nlier
date 1 Intend to npplv to thc Hon the Chief
Commissioner of Umls and Works, at VlOtmis,
for appeelnl license to cut and carry away timber
irom the following deioribed lands in weat;
Kootenay, thai is to say: ' oinmeucing at
HnscroltB ami Hchennerhonrs post No t,
running thence easl HU chaini, thenco south to
ehalna, thence west 80 chains, thence north Ho
ehalns to point of commencement post No. 3,
containing 040 acres of land, more or less.
Dated at0reiton,B.O,,th��Mnddeyof Maroh,
A.D., 1907.
liKo, HiiHcanrr,
J.  C. HlllE'WEniimN.
Notlco Is hereby given that thirty days alter
date I Intend to apply tothe Hon. the Cblef I om-
mlMloner ol Lands and Works, at \ ictoria,
lor a special license toeut nnd carry away limber
Irom the foll"Wlng describe' lamls In Welt
Kootenay, tbat is to say: Commencing at a
n dM HO chains eait of thc northwest coruerof
iluicro'taud Hi:henncrhorn's post ><>��� I. running iouth 10 chains to tmst NO i, thence
eust 80 ehalns, ihence north W eliains, then".-
west 80 chains, Ihence soulb 80 ChajM to place of
commencement pnit No,-', coutaiuing 640 acres,
morn or less. . .
Dated at Creston, B.C., ibla Una day Ol March,
A.D., llk)7
GEO  BrjICHOFT,
J, 0   fc'OHKHMiaHOBN.
Notice is hereby given that 80 davs after date I
��' '/'I'P't l" tbfl Hon.thc(Mil.*IC0mrali.
!n.eL.    fUll,lB.ft,u1 w��rte.et  Victoria, for  a
tr?"f        Mlowln* OMOrihed lands in Vale dls-
HhS&tb* ���r5>,,l',l,;1";llig at a post planted about 10
chains east of aalnTCettle riverand about one
mile more or less nonh of 0;P I:. Hioek No.
�����U7, ami marked Houndary Lumber Co's ti. K
corner posl Np. 1. them-e 90 chains u-rth, theuce
to i*hains west, thanee 80 chains aouth, thanoe ho
cnaim east to��� the point of commencement.
Haled Mar h 2tnd, 1W(7.
No. 2,- ommenclng St a post plained about 10
i ba m. east ol main Kettle river about MO chnins
norih of Boundary Lumber Co's Ucatloii No. 1,
and maraud Boundary Lumber Co's B. K. corner
Jos No. 2, theme HO obalns north, thence to
Cht ns west,>thenoe 80 chains south, thence HO
ChainsSMt lothe polntof commencement.
Dated 22nd March, 1007.
No. 8.-Commenc|ug at a poet planted about 00
���bans east (,f main Kettle riverand ftbOttt 80
(hains north of Houndarv Lumber Co'i location
posl No J, and marked llouudary Lumber Co's
H K. eorner post No. :t, thence 80 chains north,
hence D chalm. west, thence m chains south
Ihence 80 chaini Out to the point of commence-
Dated March 22ttd, l��n.
No. 4 -CommenciiK at a pOlt planlcd about
10 chaini east ol the main Kelile river and about
80 Obalm north ol Houmlary Lumber Co's |octt.
tion Bplt No. :i, ann marked Houndsry Lumber
UO"! 8.��. corner post   s'., 4. tbence 80 chains
imrth, tbence 80 ebalni west, tbence80 chains
south, thenoe 80 chain* cast to Ihe point of com-
menoement.
Dated March 22nd, 1!W7.
Ho t.-ComrncnclHR at a post planted about
ht ihstia Mlt of main Kettle river and about
two miles north, more or less, of Houndary Lumber os Location No. 4. and marked Houndary
Lumber Cos S E. comer post No 5, thence ho
chains north, thence 80 chains west, thence HO
chains south, theuco to chains east lo the point
of commencement.
Daied March K3rd, BOT,
No. 6.-Commencing at a post planted about 'ib
ehalus east of main keitle river on C Y.K. line
blocs No. 'J714, and about 80 chains north of
Boundary Lumber Co's location poit No. 5, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co's 8. R. comer post
No. 6, tbonce 80 chains north, following C. Y B.
line block No TM, theuce SUchaloi west, tbence
80 chains soulb. thenee 80 chalm east to the
point of commencement.
Dated March .3rd, 1907.
No. 7.���Commencing at a post planted about
U chains west of the main Kettle river on C f.R.
line bl ok No. 2711, aud about 80 chaina north of
Boundary I timber Co's location post No. I, and
marked Boundary Lumbar Co'i STS. corner pest
No. 7, thenee 160 ohalni north, following c. Y. B.
line block N0.27U, thence 40chains west, thence
160 -halus soutb, thence 40 chains east to lhe
polntof commencement.
Dated March 2..rd, 1007,
No. 8���Commencing at a pott planted about
30 chaini west from river bank and about 8 miles
south, more or leu, of the lait east branch ofthe
east fork of the main Kettle river or about 18
miles north, more or leaa, of C. P. R. Block No.
'/71J, on eait fork of Ketile river, marked Boundary Lumber Co'i N W corner post No 8 thence
8ii eiia.li- east, them c 80 chains aoutb, thence to
chain A*est, wanes tl chains north to the point
of commencement.
Dated March 25th, 1007,
No. 9.���Commencing ata post planted aliout
jm chains west from river bank, on the eait fork
of Kettle river, and about 80 chains soulb of
Boundary Lumber Co's loca'ion post No 8, and
maiked  itoundary   Lumber  Co'a  N. W. corner
post No b, tbenceeOchainseaittthenc sochsins
south, tbence to chalus wcsl, thence 80 chains
north to the point of commencement.
Haled March 2T>th, 1907.
No, 10 ���Commencing at a post planted about
i'n i h.ui:- "������-' from river bank on the eaat fork
of Kettle river, and about 80 chains wuth of
I'oundary Lumber Co's location post No 0, and
marked Houndary Lumber Co's N. W. corner
post No. 10, thenei 80 chains east, tbeuce HO
chalm south, thence Su ehaim west, thence HO
chaius noi th to the point of commencement.
Dated March 90th, 11*17.
No. 11.���Commencing at a post planted about
1.1 chains west from river bank on the cast fork
of Kettle river, and about HO chains south of
Houndary Lumber Co'a location post No. 10, and
marked Boundarv Lu in tar Co's N.W corner post
No. 11, thence 80 ehains east, thence KC chaini
iouth, t ������-iiie 80 chains we-t, tbence8uchalna
north to the point ol commencement.
Dated March 25th, 1007.
No. 12. -Commencing at a post planted about 12
chaini west from river bank sn the east f��k of
Ke tie river, and about 80 chains south of
Itoundary Lumber Co's location posl No. 11, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co's N. W. corner
po*t No. 12, tbeuce K0 chains east, thenre BO
chains south, thence 80 chains west, thence 80
north to the point of commencement.
Dated March ��5lh,19u7.
No. 13���Commencing at a post planted abont
12 chains west from river bank on the cast fork
of Kettle river, and about 80 ehalni south of
Houndarv Lumber Co's locution post No. 12, and
marked Boundary LumbT Co's N W. corner
p it Bo. 10, thence W chains east, thenee HO
chains south, th.-nce 80 chains west, theuce 80
chatm north to the paint of eommencemen'.
Dated March 20th. 1907.
No. H. i '."i-'im'ririiij,* ai a post planted nbout
10 chains w st Irom river bank on the cast fork
of se nl- river, and about 80 chains south of
Boundarv Lumber Co's location twit No IS, and
marked Boundary LumberCo'a H Vi. corner post
No. 14, theuce 80 chains east, thence 80 chalm
south, tbence 80 chains west, theuce 80 cbalni
north to the pMnt of commencement.
Dated March 2Mb. 1'.*p7.
No. 15.���Commencing at a post planted about
10 Ohalni west irom river bank on the cast fork
Of Kettle river, and about 80 chains south of
Houndary Lumber Co's post No 14. and marked
Boundary Lumber Co'i N . W. corner post No. 15,
tbence 80 chains east, thenee 8.chains south,
thence 80 chains west, thence 80 chains north to
point .-I commencement.
"Pated March 26th, 1907.
NO. HL���Ontnmonelng at a post planted about
8 chains west from river bank on the eaut lork of
Kettle river, and about 80 chalu** south of
Houndarv Lumber Co's location post "o. 15, and
marked Bouudary 1 umber Co's N. W. comer post
No 16. thence 80 chains east, theuce 80 chains
south, thence to chains weit. tbeuce 80 chaini
north to the point of commencement.
Dated March BSth, 1907
No. 17.���Commencing al a p.tst planted about
.���.chains wesl from river bank ou the cast fork
of Kettle river, and about 80 chains iouth ol
Boundary Lumber Co's location post No. 16, ami
marked Boundary Lumber Co's N.W. corner
post No 17, tbence HO chains east, thence HO
-hains south, theuce ��0 chains west, thence 80
cbains north to the point of commencement.
Dated-March i'.th, 1907.
No. 18���Commencing at a post planted aboul
8 ohalni west of the river hank on the east fork
of Keltic BITOT and about 80 chains sonth of
Boundary Lumber Co's location post No. 17
and markeii Boumhuy umber Co's -H.W. comer
post No. 18, thence 80 chains east, thence 80
chains south, tbence 80 chains west, thence 80
chains north to the point ol commencement.
Daied Mnrch 2Mb, 1007. J, CKNKM.B,
Agent f >r Boundnry Lumber Co.
Notice is hereby Kiven that 3d days after date I
inlcnd to applv to the -on. Chlel Commissioner
i,f Lands and Works lor a special lei-nse lo cut
mi.! carrv awav timber from the following described lands, Iltnated on Corn Creek 1 -, the
Uoat oreafc division in Southwest Kootenay, B c.
oa" Commend tip at post " *���" planlcd abonl
ISO Ohalni west from southeast cornei of Block
No 1000, and marked "��.t Beckwilh by I J
Lucia, anenl, northeail corner post," abonl two
ehainsTiorih of the stream, then west 100 chains,
then 40 chains souii, then enst IW) chains, then
40 chains norlh to post nf commencement.
Dated March 6th, 1007. W I. Bkckwith,
by 1. .1 Lvcu, Agent,
"H"���Commeneing at post "H" planted on tho
south fork ol Corn creek, about 60 chains from
where the stream empties into the Main stream,
marked "W. L. Heck with by I ' Lucia, agent,
northeast corner poit." about three ehulns east
of stream, then UH) chains south, then 10 chains
west, then 160 chains north, then 40 ehains east
to point of comincin'cme it.    ���_ _
Dated March 7th, 1907 W. L PkOkWlTH,
by I. J Lucm, Agent.
mq�����Commencing at post "C" wanted 8o
chains souih of northwest coruerof Block "B
marked "W h Beckwilh by I..L Lucia, aneiit,
northeail corner poit," about ten chains wost of
stream northeast eornei*, then WO chains south,
then 4u chains west, t-en 1P0 chains north, then
40 OhStni cast to post of commencement.
Dated ..larch Hlh, 1W7. W. L. Bkckwith,
 by 1..T. Li'i'iA. agent
For Sale...
Near Thrums,  a   ranch  of about  15
acres.    A small clearing.    Easy terms.
Geo. G. McLAREN
Nelson, B. C, Box 654.
LESSONS ^GARDENING
Hints as to Choice of Plants and Flowers and care of Them���Begin Early In May.
The following directions may be of
Interest to those who ure contemplating
a garden for this season. The hints are
the result of actual experience by a successful gardener:
Directions for Care of Garden.
Plant seeds in garden or boxes early
In May.
nil boxcB with four or five Inches of
fine, rich soli.
Place boxes In sunny places, and
sprinkle every day.
Cover bsixes ut night. If very cold.
Transplant seedings to garden about
.lun.1 1, on a uamp duy.
Bow seeds as Nasturtiums, Morning
Glories, Sunflowers ami Four ..'('locks
in the garden, as they do ��� not stand
transplanting.
Suggestions for Window Boxes.
Make the box six or eight Inches deep,
twelve or fifteen Inches wide and aB
long as the window ls wide.
l'*lll the boxes with fine.rich soil and
fasten firmly to the sunniest window.
Place similar boxes on' the porch or
fence.
Plant Morning Glories on the Bide
nearest the house and train up on
strings.
Plant Climbing Nasturtiums near out
Bide to hang down over the box.
Plant Zinnias, Marigolds. Asters.
Phlox or Verbenas in middle of box.
Plants should stand four or five Inch-es
apart.
Boxes need water every day.
,   Making of Flower Beds.
Select sunniest part of the yard.
Avoid a place where the dripping
from the roof will fall on the bed.
Best effects are produced by planting
all of one variety in one place.
Preparation of the Soil.
Dig up tbe bed as early as possible,
a foot deep.
Mix with the soil Bome rich earth,
well rotted manure, or leaf mould from
thc woods.
Rake the beds and keep the soil fine
nnd free from lumps.
Watering of the Garden.
Sprinkle the beds every day. if necessary, until the plants are one Inch high.
Do not allow ths- sssil to become dry.
Sprinkle thoroughly every few days,
when the plants are two or three Inches
high. Instead of lightly very day.
Water ln the morning and evening.
If the soil is raked often betwen the
plants they will not require much water-
���ng.
Thinning of Plants In the Garden.
Avoid having plants too crowded.
Thin the plants when they are two or
three Inches high, on a cloudy day when
the soil ls moiBt.
Transplant seedings pulled up to another bed, or give them to some friend.
Take up a little soil with each plant.
Use a trowel, an old kitchen fork or a
small, flat, thin stick.
Picking of Flowers.
Do not allow flowers to go to seed.
Pick them every day and more will
bloom.
Allow a few of the best flowers to go
to seed for the' next year's garden.
Keep beautiful, rich flowers In your
house and share them with the sick.
The Lawn.
Take care of the lawn all summer.
Water well, when needed, and do not
allow the Surface to become dry.
Keep the lawn neat by cutting the
grass when two or three inches high.
Pull out the weeds.
The Vegetable Garden.
Select a sunny place ln the back yard.
Dig up the bed and thoroughly enrich
the soil. Crisp, tender vegetables must
be grown quickly. Keep the ground
well stirred and free from weeds. Plant
lettuce, onions, spinach and beets as
soon as the ground can be worked.
Allow space fo�� a succession of plantings during the summer.
Things to Remember.
Dig deep and make soil fine on surface.
Keep pulling out the weeds all summer.
Sprinkle the seeds every day.
Water the bed thoroughly every few
days during the whole summer.
Pick your (lowers every Hay.
Keep your garden neat.
Flowers require attention nil summer.
By attending to these things Vou will
have flowers nil summer and for the
Flower Show In the fall.
There are lots of cold-blooded plants
that grow best lf their seeds go Into the
ground when It Is cold and chilled.
Sweet pens hale warm ground, at least
tn |>e planted In. Other early seeds that
don't object ln the least to the cold,
clammy soil of tho early year are morning glories, pansles, popples, mlgnon-
eties, portulaoca, asters, phlox, larkspurs, bachelor's buttons, calllopsls and
pinks.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Soc. C. E.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
8URVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office: Bealey Building.   P. O. Bot
Baker St., NELSON. B. C.
NOTICE
Notice li hereby given that tho Wattaburg
Lumber company lm" a|>i>llcd to Hia Honor the
Lieutenant Governor ln council, under the pro-
viilona ofthe "Rivers and Btreama Act," /or the
right tn Improve Rykcrts creek In the district of
West Kootenav. Brltlah Columbia, by removing
lhe obstructions therofi-om and stralglitnilng
the banks thereof,nnd to ennatrurt damn, bouiua,
���slides mid abate*!, anil nmkusuch other linp'ove-
uu'iits ns muv bi' tpcesaary for Ibo driving and
rafting of lova and (lieflumlng of llniberthereon
Tho landa to be affected are goverment lands and
Lulu i'd and iv.\ Hrmip 1, "ootonay dlatrlct, and
the tolls that arc pinposcd to be enatged, lf any,
aro anch as maybe fixed bye judgjof the county
court nf West Kootenay.
Dated this 27th daj of March, A. 1). 1907.
WATl'BBURQ LUMBSg OO.
Tii�� Strathcona
Nelson, B.O.
Reg. Geo. Webb, Prop.
The Leading Hotel in the
Kootenays.
Qood   Sample    Roonu,
Queen's Hotel
Btktr Btreet, Nelton. B. C.
Lighted try Electricity -and
Heated by Hot Air
KATKS |2  PKR OAT
Lugt tnsl Comforttble Bedroom* tnd Pint-
���.'J,.s,s*iunsi: Ksiom    rss,mp!t- Roomi lor Comm-s.-.-
sjls.1   BsUu
MR8. K. C.CI.AKKK. rroprletret.
Grand Central Hotel
Toll hotel has bi cti completely renovated and
newly furnished with all modern equipments.
Hot waler healing throughout.
BATES : Rooms, 60c.  upwards ; meals   25c. ;
ipecial rates by the week.
J. A  ERICKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court House
and Postoffice, Nelson. II. C.
Tremont Hotise
���aropetn tnsl Amerlctn ntn
Mttli a cti. Boomi Irom IS oti. to 11
Only Whllt Blip ���mplorid.
MALONE  * TBKOlliUS
Btktr It., Htlwn Proprtttorl
Bartlett   House
GEO. W. BARTLKTT,
Proprietor.
Best Dollar-a-Day Hotise in Nelson.
The Ber le the Fiueit.
White Help Only Employed.
Jooephlne Ht
Royal Hotel
USS. WILLI AM ROBKBTB.
noni-mui.
Ratea 11 and $1.60 a Day.
Bpeoial Rates to Regular Boarder*.
Athabasca
Saloon*
CORNER
BJUORAND
I00TENAY
STREEIS.
Most comforttble qutrten Id Nelson
Only the belt of Liquors tnd ..igtrt.
BILLIARDS. POOL
MARTIN   IVEN8        JNO.   PHILBERT
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Railway
ReducedRates
Atlantic Seaboard
TO
Kootenay Points
Effective for Trant-Atlantic patten-
gen arriving on or aubaequerrt to April
26th.
COLONIST RATES
from polnta In Ontario, Quebec, Maritime province!, St. Paul, Chicago, and
United Statet.
ON  SALE  DAILY  TILL 30th  APRIL.
Send For Yoor Friends
WHILE THE RATES ARE LOW.
Full  particulars    on    application  to
local agent or write
K. J. COYLE, ��� J. S. CARTER,
A.ll.P. ...Vsn.sosiver. I). V.A.. Nelson
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wholeslle tnd Relsll Betters in
Fresh and Salted Meats
Oamps snpplied on shortecit notice and
lowest prion. Nothing bnt fresh nnd
wholesome meats and suppleB kept in btock
Mail orderei reoeive careful attention.
Well located Baker St. Store, on
corner, to rent from 15th May.
Applications should be made immediately.
Brydges, Blakernore & Cameron, Ltd.
EAD  Q A T E"       ON KOOTENAY OUTLET
rUJ\ JH.LC RIVER FRONT PROPERTIES
Two of the Best Improved Ranches
With benriiiK orchards and running water on each prop-arty.    Thew properties can 1st pnrchaaed on reasonable terms if sold at onos.
T. Q. PROCTER
 THE OLPE8T REAL ESTATE DEALER IN NELBON.
m___________mmmmm���________
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Aem
ofthe
Choicest Frott Lands in
Uf lino **wOl0f)lDifto
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,006 in one bloc*.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,
Nelson, B. C.
For Quick Sale
o-Room
Hoosc;
and Two Lots
On Chatham St. Fine location. Clot*
to car Una. Houae built of brick tint
Moray.    Nicely furnithed.
$.2,400
$700.00 cash,   balance  on  easy terms.
Certificate of the Registration of An
Extra-Provincial Company.
"Companies Act, 1897."
E. C. TRAVES,  Manager.
I HEKEBY CERTIFY that tbe "tLtao ttlrer
Lead Mining Cotupauy, Limited," hu this day
been reuiatereti an au t xtra-frof incial Company
ur.'er the '-CompauleB'i Act, IM7." to carry out
i ; efu-t all or any of the objecti of the comp ny
to whin., tbe legislative authority of tbe Lefts-
lutu-eo    ntlah Columbia extendi.
The i n . uittce of the company U iltuate at
Phoenix, .Te*r."T�� of Ariioua, O. b. A.
Tbe amonnt of the capital of the company is
three million dollars, divided into fix hundred
thousand shares of five dollan each.
The head office of the company ln this province
ls situate at Kaslo, and w. K. Zwlcky, mining
engineer, whose address is Kaslo, B- C, ll the at
torney for the company.
The time of the existence of the company is
twenty-five years from the eighteenth day of
October, ia06.
1 be company Is limited.
Given under my hand and seal ol ofice, Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this tSnd
nay of March, one thousand nine hundred and
seven.
tie.] 8. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Cemoaniei.
The purposes for wblch thii corporation li
f-rmedare to buy, bold, .eaie, sell, work, explore, dovelop ami operate mines an* mining
claims, and aU kinds of mining property; to locate and procure patents for mining cluims; to
buy, erect, construct, or otherwise acquire and
sr 11 mills, Bmelters, concentrators or other reduction plants, and to run and operate the same
in the reduction of ali kinds of ore, and ihe extraction of mlmral tberelrom; to acquire in any
manner all kinds of real entate inc. ssarv for the
economical and expeditious operation of its mining and smelting and reduction business, and
other business Incident thereto; to buy and sell
and otherwise acquire sua dispose of any and
all kinds of personal property, m^eiilnery, tool,
and merchandise, for the convenient and prac-
t cal operation of its buiiuesi ln any branch
thereoi, and to that end to establish and conduct
stores and merchandising establishments, for the
purchase and Hal.* oi all kinds of nods aud merchandise; to acquire in any lawful manner telephone and telegraph lines and rights of way; (o
operate and conduct su<*h lines in any manner
accessary or convenient for the operation of Its
mining und smelting and reduction business or
any branch Incident thereto; to build, construct,
equip, operate ADd conduct railway and tram
lluei wheiever necessary nn ��� convenient, to the
proper operation of lis said lines of business; tu
nuy aud sell or otherwise acquire and dispose of
thf moek of other corporations which mny iu Its
judgment contribute to the succo*s of Its opera-
tlons, or which iu its Judgment may be fur the
Imm-fH of its stockholders,* to acquire in any
mauner and to dispone of water rights, ditches,
flu inc.-, pipe liucs or other aqueducts, which
may be uecvssarv or convenient for supplying
water to the various plants of the company, aud
tu acquire In any manner and to establish ami
operate plants and lines for operating, heating
or lighting the property or plants of lhe company, and to acquire in any lawtul manner, and
io dispose of townsllcs, or any portion thereof,
and lo held, operate, nil. and dt*prise of water,
light and heal for the purpose of lighting,, n-cat
lug or (in tiihhiug water to said townsite or
lowuhites, and each and every portion thereof,
and geuuraliy to do nuy and all tulngsand to acquire ond hold and dispose of ah ki ids of property, and to manage, operate and conduct any
and nil kinds of plants and business which in the
opinion of the directors and stockholders mny
be necessary for the convenience and suocestfol
operation of Its business as a mining and smelt
ing aud reduction company.
LICENCE TO AN EXTRA PKOVDICIAL
C01PAHY.      r'SSi
NOTICE
In the matter of an application for the issue of
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title of Lots 8 and
4, Block 38, Lot 9, Block 8tl and Lot 12, Block 50,
Nelson Citv (Maps -266 and 2MA )
Notice is hereby given thai It is my intention
to Issue ���duplicate of the Certificate o( Title for
the above lots at the expiration of one month after
the first publication hereof tn the namoof Franr
Jaoohy and * mil 1'ohll which fertlflcite of Title
it date i thu 4th day uf January, 1-J07, and numbered 4267 A.
II. P, MACLEOD,
DUtrlct Kegislrar.
Und Reglstrr "nice, Nelion, B 0
���tb, April, WW.
"CompanlM Act, 1M7.*
OANADA, (
Province of British Columbia. I
No. 875.
TH18 IS TO CERTIFY ihat the "Coluiabki
Valley Uud Company," u authorised and lieen*
ted to carry on business within the province t*t
British Columbia, and to carry out or effect all
or any ol Um objecti of the Cumpany to which
tbe legislative authority of the Legislature of
Hritish Columbia extends.
The head office of the Company is sltnate at
tbe Uty of Winnipeg, province of Manitoba.
The amonnt of the capital ot the iald company
Is one hundred thousand dollars, divided into
one thousand shares of one hundred dollan each
The head-ollce of tbe company ln thii prov*
inre is iltuate at the City of Nelton, and Robert
Wetmore Hannington, barrister, whose addreei
1s Nelson, B. C, Is the attorney for the company.
Given nnder my hand and seal of office at
Victoria, Provlnoe of British Columbia, this Sth
day of February, oue thousand nine hundred
and seven.
[L. a.J 8. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companiei.
The objects tor which this compauv haa been
established and licensed are:
(a) Buying, selling, basing or dispoatn* of
coal mines, coal and wood lauds, farmings grazing and fruit lands and timb.r limits, and to
work and develop the same:
(b.) To carr*? on tho business ol emigration
and colonisation agents, make advances to assist
s-ttlers on lands purchased from the company,
and secure repayment of such advances, with
interest, on such terms and in such manner by
way of mortgage or agreement as may be mutually agreed upon
(c.) To carry on tbe business of ranching,
breeding and selling and dealing in cattle,
horses, sheep and other live stock;
id.) To purchase, sell and deal in lumber E
wood, ooal, mineral, grain, provision*, clothing
and general supplies:
(e.) To carry on the trade as general merchant* and forwarders:
(t) To Issue lu payment of any property acquired by the company shares uf tbe capital
stock of the coiuf any hi fully paid up and non
assessable or otherwise:
(g ) To tarry on the business of manufacturers
anu dealers ln power generators and motors of
every description, to cooilmct and operate all
<*la."-ts of vehicles, agricultural implements, machinery, boau, steamers, barges and ferries ln
which the said motors are used; to construct and
operate boat lines, and to carry on the bnalnem
of carriers, cartage and parcel dt livery; to own
aod operate omnibus lines and vehicles and
boats for hire; fo sell, lea*e and supply ,<nwer,
and to generate aim sell, leuso, and supply electricity ; to own aud operate eluctric plants antigen*
enilly to carry on auy busluess incidental to the
aforesaid purposes and objects of the company:
fh.) To purchase, take or lease, exchange or
otiierwise acquire and dispose of any real or
personal property and auy rights and privileges
which the compeny may c.msider ueecsiary for
the purpose of their operations, and to sell aud
dispone of any lauds or otner real estate and personal property at any time owned or controlled
by the company, or any part thereof, or any control thereiu or claim* thereon, and gencally to
do all such tbinge as ure incidental or conducive
to the carrying out of tho objects of thc company
(i.) To become shareholders in any existing
or proposed company and to promote and assist
ln promoting Any company carrying un a business pertaining to the object* for which this
company is incorporated and which may prove
useful to this company, and to acquire, bike over
and operate the business of any such oompany
or companies, and to enter Into engagements for
sharing profits, union ot Interest, Joint adventures, reciprocal concessions or otnewise with
any person or company, and take or otherwise
acquire and hold shares and securities of such
' ompany or companies
BACK TO NELSON
I have just returned to Nelaon and
have opened up at tha aame old atand,
and now ready to do all klnda of
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING AND
KALSOMINING. Shop rear of Bartlett
Houae.
W. J. MURPHY. The Daily Canadian
This department Is in charge of
a okilied nptictau A constiltn
tton witli him will convince you
f. WALKER,
JEWELLER - OPTICIAN
FHONE SSI
BOX 157
|     SRING IS HERE
J SUGGESTING
|     HOUSECLEANING
[Our Stock is Complete
SOAPS. SOAP   POWDERS,
AMMONIA, LYE, Etc.
:
* Here are two Soap Specials: ���
��� S5 31b. BARS HOMESTEAD $4.6C J
J 72 BARS GOLDEN WEST for $2.75 {
[ J
j Bell Trading Co.i
* *
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EASTER GOODS
Ornamented Chocolate Eggs.
Blue Bird  Eggs.    Cuckoo   Eggs-
Robins'   Eggs.   Stuffed   Ducks   and
Chicks all sizes.
Make  your selections while the  stock
is complete.
S.   H.   8EANEV
Phone 206.
FOR SALE
MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE, in
flrat-claSE repair; one block from car
line.
Price $1,400
$500 down, $100 in six months, balance on mortgage.
H. L Croadsdaile & <��
Next Door to Hunk of Commerce.
IUEL A. WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
All Kinds of Heating Plains In Stock.
SANITARY PLUMBING.
Victoria St., Nr. Opera House.      Tel. 181.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Bulliiers will Hurt it to thetr ud-
v.sniugo to une onr Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweep
Ing, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean
Ing Stoves, etc.
JACKSON  RADCLIFFE,
121 Eait Baker St Phone No. A114
DROP W AT
CHOQUETTE BROS.
For Hot Tomato
Bouillon.
Tea and Coffee.
Beef Tea.
BAKER ST.,   NELSON, B. C.
.VHiETIINUS
.-.issliillsl    l*(��rtv   ms's'l*.   isvits   Fr'slssv
l*e z is! h I,  ns . I ,   tlss*  s-Iihtk   I silssss llssll
Ui sirs- lisvlusl; miy ,,ih- allowed In uks- pari lis
tss. ilt-lsalc..   T. Asisstll], -M's'rsslary.
Cor. V��rn..n ,.,-...  w��t-d  .strv.tH,
INEUSOM,   B. C.
J. FKIiD HUME, Pro-Driotor.
H. S. Corn, Mrs. Corn, Portland; C.
Hvynian. M. J. Walsh, Toronto; W. C.
Smith, Vancouver; S. 11. Lowe, Trull;
I). .McLennan. 11. L. Ilncke, H. J. Mc-
Kenzle, O. Pldgeon. Winnipeg; H. G.
Watson. A. D. Drummond, Fernie: A.
Oddie. Ymir; C. G. Reeder. Spokane; A.
Y. Ilnwden. W. M. Huxton. Exeter; A.
G   Oreelman, Grand Porks.
K. EJ. Armstrong, RoBBlahd; C. H.
Ilannu. Cobalt; I*. T. Sherrard, Seattle;
E. P. Steinberg, Toronto: W. 0. Gall,
Plncher Creek: J. C. Utifresne, Blue
Bell mine.
���WUEEN'8.
A. A. Mellonh, H. \V. McDanlel, Nu-
knsp; A. MoVidal, \V. H. Pinchbeck,
Slsseun: H. A. Glaapell, Vergrevllle; W.
A. .McKenzie. Winni|.eg; W. F. Jeffry,
.New Denver; \V. Grange, Salmo; W. W.
Lock, .Medicine Hat; L. Thorp, Wardner.
BAKTLETT.
.1.  Wilson, H.  Brown,  Slocan;  A. C.
Detring.  Granite;   P.  Wilcox,  Bonnington.
GRAND CENTRAL.
T. Noren, E. K. Woodslde, 0. Hughes,
F. Itukhen. W. Jones, Slocan; F. Kennedy. \v. Holt. C. Johnson, Koch Siding; F. J. Jennings. Creston; G. A. Zil-
lla, H. Crawe. .\. McPherson, Spokane;
W. Holt. J. Naylor, H. Naylor, W.
French, T.  French, Revelstoke.
ROYAL.
M. McDanlel, Westley; F. J. Sykes,
It. Heaniish. Granite.
THEMONT.
w. H. Robinson, J. S. MoOregan, J.
McLaln, Phoenix; R. Reitl, W. H.
Brown, Spokane; M. Morinello. Summit; A Han. Goat Creek: N. MacEach-
eru. R. Hlackmore, Gold Hill; C. McLeod, Koch's Siding; R. W. Johnston,
Hssnniugton.
Eggs for Hatching
Pure bred 8. C. Buff Orphingtons,
But1 Leghorns, and White Wyandottei.
$2.00 per setting. Nine chicks guaranteed or order refilled at half price.
D. WADDS, Crawford Bay.
land     IF. C. LYS
HOUSES
LOTS
Msgul
Batata
A|t ant.
W. Baker St.
NELSON, B. C.
FOR SALE
Brand New Art Bell Piano
OHEAP.      APPLY
John T. Pierre, Baker St.
WANTED.
MRBT-OtAM WAITKKBA   Apply tliifcn's. Hotel
IIOTI*.]. 1'OKTKK    A|,|sts  'Isifsss*. llsst.sl
OOOK-Ilsitssl, 190. WHllrs-K-, ?:'.',; ssl ssss,*.*   I'ttssns*
You'-R mass   Witts Kssssst offloe sxlsssrlsslsss.-IMssiks. s*
IsssHtllou     Apply Sisx ,'sl8. Nsslaou, ... C.
TO LET
TWO FlttST...,MrtS HUOH4, itcftm licatefl    Ap-
plT Issm.ekenner. "Jrri flat. K. W. 0, blotik.
FOR  SALE
KHtiS BI'PI'LIEI) trom the leadlnx -.nrl-ninof
Puns Bred 1'osiltry, Knar-tsteed inie to nans .
At-plyJ '���'��� DIXOn ll-it. '"'-. Viisis-o'svsr���H��,'y
ot ine Viiusosives- l'uullry ausl 1'   AmoclHlli.ti.
|     LOCAL AHD GENERAL     }
Birth.
iloni in Nelson tbe BVenJng of Mini-
duy, April lGth, tn the wile of H. Qeorge
Xeelaiuis, u hou.
Visiting Friends.
Miss Irene Qlbeon, of Vernon street.
is spending a few days with friends at
C'astlegar.
Social   Evening.
Miss Boyes, of Kootenay etroet, ruvi
an At Home yesterday evening to a
number of friends.
Afternoon   Taa.
The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist church
entertained at the home of Mrs. Malcolm Thompson, Silica street, yesterday
afternoon.
Will Move Machinery.
.1. o. Dufresne, manager of the Blue
Bell mine, states that all the machinery
of any value at the Pilot Hay smelter
is now ready for shipment, but will not
he moved until the mill at the Blue Moll
is ready tp receive it, which he expects
will not be until ubout the middle ur
end of July.
Bonnington  Plant  Complete.
On invitation of L. A. Campbell, manager of the Wesi Kootonay Power &
Light Company, Muyor Gillett and several other citizens of Nelson have gone
out to Bonnington Falls this afternoon
to visit the company's uew power plant
at the upper fails, which is now complete and ready for operation.
Death of F. C. Bodwell.
Frank C. Hodwell, formerly of Mel-
son, brother of E. V. Hodwell, K. C, of
Victoria, and of Mrs. D. A. McFaiiand,
Mrs. Sherlock and Miss Hodwell, of Nelson, died yesterday morning in the
Koya! Jubilee hospital. Victoria. Deceased had heen working till quite lately near Edmonton, surveying the line
of the Qrand Trunk Pacific, He was 4i*
years of age. The funeral will take
plate at Vancouver tomorrow afternoon.
Spokane International.
A gentleman who has just been over
the Spokane International line is authority for the statement that it is the
best constructed piece of road in the
country. The opening of the line will
mean a great deal to many Hritish Columbia towns. For instance, to meet
the requirements of the road, the accommodation in the Cranbrook roundhouse, repair shops and yards will have
to he doubled during the coming year.
The freight trnfflc is increasing at a
rate beyond all expectation.
Departure of J.  Faulds.
To be well thought of by one's peers
is the highest recognition of merit and
esteem, and to judge by the enthusiasm
displayed at the little banquet given to
Jack Faulds, who is leaving the city to
reside at Nicola, his departure is much
regretted by his friends. About a dozen
young merchants, bankers and C. P. R.
officials, under the chairmanship of
V.*. A. Freeze, met at the Nelson cafe
and gave a small banquet in honor of
Mr. Faulds and many were the expressions of regret at his leaving the city
and good wishes for his future success.
The Store of Quality
If you like nice, clean, crisp
Biscuits we recommend ymi to
try the
20th Century Package
Per Package.
Graham Wafera  10c
Lemon  Cream   10c
Vanilla Wafer*     10c
Society Tea   10c
New England Singer Snap 10c
Krlepo Ginger Wafera   10c
Butter���Thin    10c
Milk Toaat  10c
Dainty City Soda (Salted) 15c
Saratoga Flakes  (Salted)    15c
Put up In packages and thus
ever fresh. It costs little to
give them a trial, and they
prove themsolves worth It.
MM.Hood&Co.
K. W. O. Block . Phone 10.
Dissolutoin of Partnership
Notice is hereby given timt the partnership heretofore subsisting between
us, the undersigned, us dry goods merchants, in tho City ol Nelson, has been
litis day dissolved by mutual consent..
All debts owing to this said partnership
are to be paid to Meagher & Co. at
Nelson nfori'sald. antl nil claims agulnst
the said partnership nro to be presented
ts. tho suid Meagher & Co., by whom
the same will be settled.
Dated nt Nelson this llth dny of April,
A. D. 1907.
ALEX. J. KEHH.
W. J. MEAGHER.
Witness:   E. A. Crease.
SEEDS
Garden and Flower
SEEDS
ONION SETS
All fresh seeds and guaranteed
to do Uie business.
Cm Am Benedict
Corner Silica and JoBephlne 8ts.
PHOINE  7
Clearing Oot Sale
of
WALL PAPER
Your opportunity to paper those rooms
AT   A   MERELY    NOMINAL   COST
This Is no make believe just to boom
our trail-paper business. It is a genuine
clearing out sale. We huve decided to
discontinue wall-paper, und wc want to
clear out our stock quickly and be done
with it. Prices are marked away down
tss half, and in many eases less than
half the regular prices.   *���"*
Enough Paper for a Good Sized
Room for 85c to $1.25.
How does thnt strike yon? UY bave
put up u iurge portion isl' our stock in
"remnant" bundles. Many of tliisse bundles contain lu and 12 rolls of wall besides ceiling tu mutch���Kttfliclent for a
gssoil sized room. We have marked
tltese bundles at from lfic, 20c and 2Bc
for 4 nud 0 roll bundles up tu Sslc, DOc,
$1.00 und $1.25 fur lhe larger ones.
Prices vary according tu Quality und
ijuanttty,
PRICES ARE ALSO CUT AWAY DOWN
on   our   regular   stock   in   the  shelve}.
15c papers for per roll 8c and 10c
25c papers for per roll 10c  to  15c
35c papers for per roll 15c  to   20c
50c and 60c paper for per roll 25c and 35c
Ac, Ac. SEE OUR WINDOW
W. G. Thomson
58SSSK2" '""' Nelson, B. C.
Phon* -3-4.
Improving Cedar Street.
Leslie Hill iB making extensive Improvements along Cedar street. When
completed that street will present u
much better appearance.
Football Meeting.
The Association Football Club will
meet this ovening at the Bartlett house.
It fs desirable that everyone intersted
in the game should be present.
20,000 Club.
The postponed annual general meeting of the 20,000 Club will be held In
the board of trade rooms tunlglU at
8:;J0. Heports on the work of the club
will be presented, officers will be elected, and plans for the seasons campaign
wil] be discussed. A full attendance is
requested.
Perjurers in Gaol.
Provincial Constable Drummond arrived fro.n Fernie last night with two
prisoners. One Ricardo, a travelling
tailor, will serve 12 months in the Nelson gaol; the other, Casca, will serve
fi months. Both had been convicted of
perjury in cases tried'at Fernie.
Not  Wanted.
Mayor Qlllett is not enthusiastic over
Dr. Hall's amendment to the Municipal
Clauses Act. Nelson has already been
promised the extension of borrowing
liower specially required for school
building purposes, and lt wus explained
to the mayor by the premier, provision
lor similar measures of relief, when
needed, to other municipalities, will be
made by tlie government.
Bulkley Pioneer.
Another newspaper has just beon
added to the already long list of Itritish
Columbia publications. The first issue
of tbe Uulkley Pioneer ia to hand, a
weekly to be published for the present
in Vancouver, with the object of promoting the interests of residents and
proporty owners iu Uulkley valley. The
first number Is a bright and readuble
paper, full of valuable Information on
u district at present little known.
Trains and Boats.
Crow boat���Five hours late.
Coast nnd Slocan train���On time.
Boundary train���On time.
RosBland train���On time.
Kaslo boat���On time.
���-���...litMtffataim
FINE TAILORED   GARMENTS   FOR   MEN
The Full Measure
-OF-
Style and Value!
Vou have a perfect right to insist
upon a perfect tit and perfect style
When you aro paying from $15 to
$-�� for a suit.
20th Century Brand
Garments
win fulfill yisur hiKlicHt eipootatiom
and ycittr must exacting demanda.
They ur.s the noareil approAob to
perfection thut we lind in this tailor-
Iuk world. We cun prove these
facts to you If you will but give us
the opportunity.
PRICES  FOR   THIS   MONTH:
118.00 Style and Value for...$13.00
$20.00 Style and Value for...$15.00
Boys'  Suits  at $2,  $3,  $4 and $5
Important Sale of Men's
and Boys' Shoes
Men's   regular  $4.00   Box   Calf
Shoes   for $3.00
Boys' regular $2.50 Box Calf
Shoes   for $2.00
Clearance Sale of Mens' Underwear at $1, $1.50 and $2 per Suit.
Men's Cashmere and Wool Socki
at 25c a pair or 5 pairs for $1.00.
NELSON, B. C.
For Quick Sale
A splendid little cottage, 4 rooms, big
hall, and frost proof cellar.. Verandah
on two sides. Excellent garden with 8
bearing fruit trees and small fruit. Close
to car line.    Owner leaving town.
Price $1600, $700 Cash, balance terms
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER  ST.
Sherman's Opera House
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Thursday, April 18
The Nelson Amateur Dramatic
Society wilt present
"The Private Secretary"
Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00.
1'lnn at Rutherford's Monday,
"The Private Secretary."
The last rehearsal of "The Private
Secretary" will be held tomorrow eve
uing. Judging by the reheurauis thai
huve already taken place the perfor
uiunce on Thursday evening should be
u success.
Disastrous Flre.
The house on the Dunsmuir ranch at
Okanugun, us well us furniture, por
���ss,ussl belongings aud burns, were de
strayed by litis lust Friday. Thi' loss
will be about $4,000. The blue ennghl
from u spurk ln the kitchen chimney.
Repairing Building.
Pearcy & Herb have begun tepulrs
on lhe building which they will use In
future us a paint shop. It Is the old
Clrandvlow hotel on Vernon Htreot. Tlie
toll storey has been removed, and the
building In future will be two storeys.
The first floor will he used as a paint
shop and the second floor will be fitted
up with comfortable rooms for lodgers
Seed Potatoes
We have unloaded
a car of
Early Rose Potatoes
Imported expressly
for Seed.
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Tolephoue 101.
HOUSTON BLOCK.
Sulphur and
Sansaparilla
Au Excellent Spring Purifying Mixture
FOR THE BLOOD
A specific for boils. Tonic for the liver aud a valuable
medicine for indigestion and general debility fiom a disordered stomach.    For sale by
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
DRUGGISTS, STATIONERS, SEEDSMEN.
COR.  WARD  *   BAKER
STARKEY & CO.
Whoifc%_4_iitj Provision*.
Products,
Fruit.
Oovonimeut Oreumery One Pound Iins-lit* received wiseldy fresh from the   \
ehnrn.   For tutle by nil leading grocers.
Offloe and wraehotuei Houston Block,   Phone 79.
Josephine Street.       - Nelson, B. C.
i, B. C.
s>��n/VWVS
I New Spring Goods Arriving Daily
A complete line of up-to-date Soft and Hard Hats in Stock.
Also a full range of Boots and Shoes.    "WALKOVER" our
Specialty.
J. A. GILKER
BAKl-R SIR*  liT, NBUSQN.
"Ky;" ^%wwM^yyM?^i^iiMM^^m
Spring i<s Here
We have prepared for this season by passing into stock all the I
requisites for the rancher, gardener or householder.  Spades,
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Spading Foiks, Tree Pruners,
Tree Sprayers, Small Gardeu Tools, Etc.
Prompt attention paid to letter orders.
J.H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.
NELSON   IRON   WORKSl
8. A. I8AAC R. W. HINTON'
EISOINEERS   AND  CONTRACTORS
POUNDERS AND
MACHIIVISTS
Repairing and ^oHbinjc txweuicit with Uwnputch.   tritt-tt Mvltil I
Work, Mlnlns nnil Mill M��t lilt iorj .     Manuftacturvra of
Or* Cara.  K.  ht.   Contractor*'  Cara.
INELSOIN,    B. C.
Spring Stock fust Opened Up!
Carload Linoleums and Carpets
From Ciln.Mjrow, Scotland.
Best Qualities at l_.ow Prices.
Standard Furniture Company
AQKNTSl
Mhmhi & liiM-li  riuintN.
(iHi.Tinmn .Miiiti'"*-'**-
MitrxliMl Haiiitnry MuLirt'*
Complete House Furnishers
Undertakers,    Embalmers
A.G. LAMBERT & CO.|
Lumber, Shingles,
MANUFACTURERS
AND DEALERS IN
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Windows.
Turned Worlc and lini_ks.U.
VBHNON MTRBBT ��� ���
Muil Onli-re promptly attended '��
KHL8QN. B. ti.
Launch and Boat
SUPPLIES
We always carry in stock and will be pleased to iupply yon'
wants In taSus-fa     .....
LAUNCH AND BOAT REQUISITES
Such aa
Uiaolluo
Winii- Yietit
Ml.xi'il I'ltijiu
natty i-.ioi.' Houm VftrniHii
BtQ., oto.
Albany QrtUQ
a rale ('up UrtiOia
Gtl KiiKlno Oil    _       . ,..
Vrti-uimi Marian Kotortnn
(ill (-in* nif.Um v.alih.)
Wood-Valiance Hardware Co., Limited
Wholesale
INELSOIN
Retail
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