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ia I.   No. 296.
NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY, HAY 22, ��907.
Fiftt Cents a Month
land Power Company
Make Peace
AL IS WITHDRAWN
���Midnight Conference Resolve
|keo to Ignore Ounce* oi
Other Claimants.
Lit obstacle to settlement of llll-
sending between llio city of Nel-
j tbs- West Kootenay Power and
lampany disappeared laat night,
lits.sl agreement between the
ru signed, sealed and delivered
irly hour thia morning.
��� terms ol the agreement each
lilt Immediately instruct Ita agent
lon us withdraw all proceedings
isl ��stli the appeal to tho Privy
ami s-acll side will pay all Its
I litigation to date,
sle contingent elalma of any
are not provided for in lite
llgreement. No trouble, however,
Jciisaied ou tliat Bcore.
I*. \ Macdonald, city solicitor,
J to leave for Englaud tills morn-
le isiiijsir look no reat yesterday
iitiou looking to un immediate
fcttlement
i-cpn-si, L. A. Campbell and
I.MacNilll, K. C, again came over
II last night.
I insijisr sailed an Informal meet-
J the council, which waa held in
|l) ball between 11 laat nlghl und
. today. All tlie members of Uie
���1 were pieaent except Alderman
Hi rs Campbell aud MacNelll
|albo present
! council again voted unanimously
s ss lib ment If any  way could be
Mr Campbell also declared hlm-
killsufc- to stop all proceedings.
difficulties ln the way were dls-
Id frum all possible point? of view.
pally it was agreed to Ighore the
���bili!)- of Intervention by a third
and an agreement waa prepared
Spllcate between the two principal
In lu iill the litigation through thu
le agreement  provldea,   aa   Btated
lis Issr tbo dropping of the appeal
jo! ibs> question of costs.
igreementl were then aligned by
Campbell, for the company, and
mayor, under the authority of
wncll, for the city.
Mrs. Campbell   and   MacNelll   resl iu Itossland thla morning.
is generally   considered   unlikely
any lurther steps In the matter will
|��ken by any party.
ilay the mayor and aldermen ex-
Is profound relief and gratification
the city's freedom  from pending
sllun, and the end of a long and
e�� struggle which has been prodc-
only ol loss to every Interesi ailed.
HORRIBLE DEATH.
when finally the gaa was shut off only
a few bones of the live men were found
The four Injured men wens ought by
the llrst flaah and sevrely burned but
were able lo eBcape before they fell to
the ground writhing In agony. The uninjured foreigner sayB that Willlard's
head was blown off by the force of the
explosion. Wllllnrd anil West are salsl
to be two of the most prominent furnace men In the country. The explosion
was similar to the one nl lhe BUM furnace, No. 2. lnat January, when 16 men
were burned to death and many injured.
GENEROU8 KUROKI.
Makes Hendtome Presents to New York
Hotel   Employee!.
New York, May 22���General Bata
Tammota Kurokl at 1 o'clock today will
take his departure for Boston. His
suite was engaged early today In the
onerous task of packing baggage for
the beautiful souvenirs of New York
city which they have gathered in their
Btay make largo packages In themselves.
General Kuroki nnd his party tomorrow will visit Harvard university. Genera] Kurokl distributed presents among
the Hotel ABtor servants yesterday.
Each bell boy, waiter, elerk. or other
employee who contributed to his com-
forrnt received some money, the total
amounting to nearly $500. He gave a
gold cigarette case encrusted with dragons to the proprietor and similar cases
of silver to other hotel officials.
T
Conference SIM Chief
Topic
DEWS TARIFF VIEWS
Swept by Tidal Wave.
New York, May II.���A despatch from
Sydney, N. S. W., says: It Is reported
that a hurricane anil tidal wave swept
over the Caroline Islands on April 30th.
Two hundred jhtboiib are said to have
been killed and immense damage done
to property.
TIP TOP MINE BONDED
Greenwood Property Will be Worked���
Grand Forks' Life-Saver,
"Klondyke Joe."
(Special to The Dally Canadian.)
Greenwood, May 22���The bond taken
on the Tip Top. JiiBt east of town, by a
local syndicate some months ago. was
recently taken up and the cash paid
oyer. During the winter the shaft on
the property was sunk to a depth of 85
feet on the ore. At the bottom of the
shaft the lead ts 14 inches wide and the
ore high grade.
It Is understood that the properly will
be con nil'��� ted with the Bay, ln which
event the Bay Co. will have the finest
property In the *����� ip. The Tip Top lies
on the eaBt hill anu clu��e lo town. An
electric hoist will be placed on the
property and development proceeded
with at once.
|r Killed and Others Injured by Furnace Explotlon.
Jiltsbnrg, May 22.���Two AnierlcauB,
|l-known niillmen, nnd three foreign-
'ere cremated, and four foreigners
so   seriously burned laBt night
nu explosion ocurred nt thc Elian
fmce, No. 1, ot tho Jones & Laugh-mi
itl company.   Ot u crew of ton men
111"* furnaco when thc accident hap-
"d only oue foreigner cacaped unln-
l��l.   The dead are:  Wllllard, aaslBt-
l furnace superintendent; John West
N blower, and three unknown  for-
giirs.  Thc names of the four forelgn-
��iio were Injured are not known.
vere hurried to a hospital hor-
I'y burned,    The  accident occurred
llhout a moment's warning.   The ten
were alsnil ready to draw out the
Mien metal when the hoist slipped.
Hug lu Iho bottom of the furnace. The
l��vy w.ighl of oro forced the gas with
|nifflc pressure through the flrst floor,
Well -wns unable to stand the strain
fa   therefore   burst.    A    tremendous
P"i- accompanied tho breaking of Ihe
I1"1 "iki* nnd before the men could cs-
llicy wore caught by tho flnmoB.
f'lUard, West and tho three foreigners
'*re directly In  front of tho furnace,
#iir'r!,'i."r,fi""' W(!��� sovernl ynrdB buck.
If il,   ,      '"tnulOH the flames shot out
1 ""'"'"'o at u great distance and
(Bpeolal to The Dally Canadian.)
Grand Forks. May 22.���Wtyle standing on Ihe First street bridge at 10:30
this morning, Duncan Monroe, merchant, John Manly, painter, and a man
whose name la unknown, nearly met
death by drowning, ns the portion of
the bridge they wero standing on gave
way and fell Into the river below. Monroe and Manly managed to remain on
the portion of the bridge after It was In
the river, while the third victim managed to cling to one of the piers. Within 15 minutes the three men were rescued from their dangerous predicament
hy Joe Snively, known ns 'Klondyke
Joe " who brought thorn Bafcly to land
In hlB boat. This makes Tour peoplo
Snively has readied from drowning
within the last four dayB.
No Harm Talking.
Mohond, N. Y��� May 22-Thc Mohonk
conference on international arbitration
opened its 13th annual session today.
President Nicholas Murray Butler of
Columbia university, delivered an address in opening the conference In
which he advocated that the question of
disarmament bo avoided but lhat the
restriction of further growth of armies
and navies be urged. He also suggested some recommendations for the coming conference at The Hague "The
present Status of the Internationa Ar-
WtrXn Movem��C was *e .��b]��rt
Society, Boston.	
Successfully Electrocuted.
Auburn, N. Y��� May 22,-Carlo Glardi
who was convicted ln Ithaca for the
mtoa.rotWBlPor.lontl.eWtt^
November, 1904, was successfully elec-
trocuted yesterday morning at*-88
o'clock The execution was without
L    feature.    Ho calmly   entered   the
Z* mm*. ?����'%��&
SS ft ��* mtmmt
est carelessly on the ***arm BUtt
Electrician Davis a "ih 1st **ec ^ *
shock at titerJM*' w�� ������,, wa8 con-
eight antl a ha f amperw
Untied for a minute.   There wero
otto* shocks administered.
Subsides Considered Fair Substitute
���Laurier's "Tact, Propriety aod Dignity."
London, May 22.���At a meeting of the
Colonial Conference at which preferential trade was under discussion, Mr.
Deakln, the prime minister of the Australian commonwealth, pointed out that
the question of preferential trade had
been raiBed in the first conference ln
1S87, and that a proposal had then been
made by Mr. Hofmeyr, for creating a
defence fund by placing a duly ot about
2 per cent on all foreign imports Into
the Empire, quoting words used by Sir
Samuel Griffith, who maintained that
buying In the cheapest market Is not
the greatest consideration in tbe world;
tbat. after all.-Ussit or any other system
of fiscal policy can only be adopted as
a means to an end, the end being the
prosperity of the country to which we
belong.
An appeal to the electors of Australia
bad been issued in June, 1906, against
taxes on food, their present system being spoken of as involving taxation of
food, whereas he preferred to use -the
phrase "duty" and not a "tax." The appeal had been rejected by a majority
of three to one in the recent elections.
Their tariff was the result of mixed motives. They desired to raise revenue, to
give stimulus to local production, and
in other cases by their duties actually to
foeler produclion. Where a duty ls a
tax, he raised the questions as to who
pays the tax. All trade being based on
mutual profit, he argued that there
should be a trade ln preferences, which
should be for the benefit of all parties
concerned. Just as thc colonies studied
their own interests, so he expected that
those representing the mother country
would study the interests of their own
people. Thc result of granting preference would, he believed, be lo build up
the dominions beyond the sea. These
were the best cUBtomers of the mother
country, nnd would always be part of
the same empire and claim to be regarded from that point of view.
There was the political motive to be
kept In mind. How far was it possible
for the several units of the political
whole to assist each other? An advantage only slightly profitable to the Individual might be an enhanced advantage
lo the group of units. He dwelt upon
the Importance of keeping the Empire
together by resorting to every opportunity which could assist Its -consolidation, and urged that greater co-opera-
Hon was a necessity of the Empire's
continued existence.
He quoted the figures of J. H. Schooling, which made It clear that the totsl
Imports from foreign countries Into the
Inrgo colonial and Indian markets
showed Increasingly a higher percentage than British Imports during the
last 60 years. Taking the case of Australia during the last 20 years the Imports from foreign countries compered
with British Imports had increased from
28 per cent, ln 1881-5 to 87 per cent.
In 1901-6. This result did not arlBo
fro many serious diminution of Australian Industries, but was contemporaneous with n substantial Increase In tho
combined trade.
Great Britain had loBt a large share
of trade In manufactured goods, the loss
being partly due to the conservatlveness
of English methods, but not lo English
products being too dear, There had been
"dumping" ln Australia on tho part of
foreign countries; the case of agricultural implements sent In from tho United States was Instttncod. Protectlvo
menBtires had been taken.
An extension of the export trade of
Australia waB absolutely necessary to
enable them to bring a larger urea
under cultivation, with lncrensed population, and to open up markets for Its
produce. Without preference, he doubted If Australia could maintain Its position in British markets. It might be expectod that with a preference on wheat
their exports might be increased fourfold, and that by the holp of Its Increased export of butter nn additional
population of 40,000 might be employed,
London, Mny 22.���When Premier Laurier nnd the Canadian delegates to the
Imperial Conference came to l,ondon
they hnd already mado np their minds
that It was useless to urge the Liberal
government to change Its fiscal system
to enable Great Britain to grant preference to the colonies, as Premier Campbell-Bannerman and his followers had
Insisted that the British voters at the
last election had declared against any
such alteration.
The Canadians therefore decided to
Blroply declare their adhesion to the
previous conference and submit to the
conference a proposal for an all-BrltlBh
route from England to Australia by way
of Canada, which they believed would
give lhe colonies the advantage in the
British market for which they had asked
and enabling the British manufacturers
to compete with foreigners in the colonies without a reversal ot the policy
of free trade.
"The scheme presents many difficulties, It Is true," said one of the Canadians, "but with the support from England
and the three colonies Interested it
should be possible' to carry It out. If
the Canadian lines only had the subsidy
given by Great Britain for the New
York service they could successfully
compete with these lines running to the
United States. While neither Sir Wilfrid Laurier nor any of his colleagues
would say what Canada was willing to
pay, lt was learned from other sources
lhat the Canadian premier has suggested that the annual Canadian contribution for a 20-knot Atlantic service and
faster trains acroaa the continent be
fl, 000,000.
Sir Joseph Ward, premier of New
Zealand, has placed his colony's share
of- the subsidy at f500,000, but Alfred
Deakln, the Australian premier, has not
committed himself. With a strong element ln the Liberal party opposed to
subsidies of sny kind, lt is considered
doubtful whether the all-British scheme
will be carried out, despite the saving
of time which lt would make. It is possible, however, that Canada may, by using the Cunard subsidy as an example,
Induce the British government to assist
In Improving the Atlantic service to
Canada.
London, May 22.���The Dally News, referring to tlie part taken by Premier
Deakln, Dr. Jameson and Sir William
Lyne ln "Our Domestic Controversies,"
saya: "Sir Wilfrid Laurier has behaved
with the tact, propriety and dignity expected of htm."
"Vulgar, offensive twaddle," ls the
way Robert Vernon Harcourt describes-
the humorous article ot Leacock ln the
Morning Post on the decreptit John Bull
and his lusty grown up -sons. The
Morning Post editorially says: "Lea-
cock will achieve bis purpose far better to continuing to address his audiences In a fresh, Invigorating style, self-
confident, like young Canada rather
than If he endeavoresl to force his ideas
Into a mould of old world conventionality."
Sir W. Lyne says that Premier Laurler is willing Canada should subscribe
��20,000 for the London, Halifax, Vancouver and Sidney service.
Commenting on the Jameston resolution at the conference re the establishment of a supreme court of appeal,
the Yorkshire Post says: "Let us by
all means reform ln any way that seems
desirable machinery by which the
crown exercises the right of doing justice to any subject of His Majesty who
may wish lo make a final appeal, but
parliament and colonial legislatures
should hesitate long before they weaken
this golden link of common citizenship."
The correspondent of the Birmingham
Dully Post credits Laurler with saying:
"More was uot to be expected at the
present time, and too little Importance
has heen attached to the creation of a
secretary." The correspondent says
that judging from conversation with
friends, Sir Wilfrid Ib well satisfied
with the results achieved.
AGITATORS IMPRISONED
Hindu Conspirators Deny Exlttence of
Plague and Charge Whole-
stale Poisoning.
Lahore, British Indln, May 22.���A
Hindu revolutionist who aroused the
fanatics of the Punjab Into a state ot
great excitement by circulating .the
Btatement that the alleged plague did
not exist and the 1,000,000 deaths attributed to it were really caused by the
poisoning of drinking water by emls-
sares of the government was today
sentenced to two years' rigorous imprisonment: an accomplice who dropped
harmless balls Into the wells, alleging
that he did so by order of the government, was condemned to 18 months' Imprisonment.
Protect Good Wine.
Pails, May 22.���The cabinet today
agreed on the bill which will be Introduced In the Chamber of Deputies tomorrow for the BuppresBion of making
of fraudulent and adulterated wines In
the Interest of the distressed French
growers ln all sections ot the country.
It will increase the trade and control
the sale of sugar used In the adulteration of wines, restrict Ute number ot
wine Bhop licenses, and close those
which make a practice pf selling suprl-
oub wines.
Van Home Coming Home.
New York, May 22.���Sir William C.
Van Home, chairman of the board of
dlroctors of the Canadian Pacific railway, arrived here today on the steamer
Havana, from Havana.
FRANCETDANGER
Asiatic Colonies Saved
by Treaty
JAPAN READY TO SEIZE
British Influence Prevented Invasion
oi To"gking at Time of
Fashoda Incident.
Paris, May 22.���ln order to understand the importance of the agreement
which France, according to official Information, Is concluding with Japan for
the maintenance of the status quo in
the far east, lt Is necessary to recall an
Incident which ia not generally kuown
and which occurred about ten years
ago. It will show the extent to which
the Impending entente will relieve the
French of uneasinesB with regard to
their colonies in the Orient.
At the time ot the Fashoda Imbroglio between Great Britain and
France, at the moment when the crisis
was most acute and when the question
of peace or war was trembling In the
balance, every officer In the general
staff at Toklo was summoned to his
post, ready to respond to the orders
momentarily expected for the Immediate mobilisation and embarkation of a
couple of army corps for the Invasion
of France's possessions to the south of
China. There was no such thing as an
alliance in those days between England
and Japan���not even an understanding.
But the Japanese had already then, by
means of tbelr marvellous Intelligence
department, taken the measure of the
efficacy of the support which the czar
would have been able to give to France
In the far east; and lt was considered
at Toklo that the outbreak of a war
between England and France would afford a particularly favorable opportunity for Japan, not merely to settle old
scores with France, but likewise to
secure a magnificent foothold on the
mainland and to establish her prestige
as one of the great military and naval
powers of the world.
Sir Edmund Munson, one ot the most
tactful and -brilliant servants that England has ever had ln her diplomatic
service, found means ot Inducing France
to comply with the demands of his government and withdraw from Fashoda
without delivering the ultimatum that
he carried with him to the Qua! d'Orsay.
and wMch he had been directed to present, and thus a Franco-English war,
which would have been calamitous trom
a political, and still more from an economic point of view, was narrowly avert,
ed. In consequence thereof, the order
for the mobilisation at Toklo was not
given. But before the end of the year
there wns not a foreign legation at
Toklo and Pekin, and only a few governments ln Europe, which had not become
aware of what had been Japan's Intentions with regard to France's dependencies in the far east.
France for many years past has been
ln constant fear of an invasion of her
possessions tn Tongking and ln Indochina by the Japanese. The relations
between Toklo and Paris have been
strained repeatedly In the laat two decades, sometimes almost to the breaking point, and the alliance of France
with Russia was desired quite aB much
against Japan as against Oermany. Until the recent war In Manchuria, France
depended on the naval and military
power of KusBia in furthermost Asia to
help her defend her colonial possessions
from any Japanese invasion, an Invasion
which would have coincided with a fully
organized recrudesconce of the so-called
black flag Insurrection In all the border
provinces. It was ln pursuance of this
policy that Franco In the early stnges
of the war between Japan and Hussln
furnished such an smount of assistance
to the latter, not merely moral, but also
material, especially In connection with
the Odyssey of the Baltic fleet to the
China seas, as to strain the obligations
of neutrality to their utmost limit.
It was not until her eyes were opened
by the crushing defeats sustained by
tho Russians on land and on water at
tho hnnds of tho Jnpnnese that France
realised the preclso value of Muscovite
support and the full extont of her own
danger. And lf Mr. Dulcnsse waa virtually ousted from Iho office of minister
of foreign affairs hy Premier Itouvier le
was With the object ot appeasing not
merely the German kaiser ln the Morocco controversy, but also the Japanese
who, intensely exasperated by France's
defiance of the requirements of international law, were clamoring for the execution of the long projected descent
upon Tongking.
So grave did the danger of a Japanese
Invasion or Tongking appear to the
French government Immediately after
Admiral Togo's great victory that steps
were taken to send strong naval and
military reinforcements to Indo-Cbina.
Before, however, these reinforcements
could be dispatched, the French government received from London a confidential communication of the terms of the
new treaty between England and Japan,
concluded Just then, and which altered
the situation.
True, the main feature of the treaty
is that lt commits England to the da-
fence of Japan ln the event of attack,
and Japan to the defence of England,
should any ot her Asiatic possessions
be threatened by a third power.-- But
these obligations, thus established,
carry with them the distinct understanding, even If not actually proclaimed ln so many words, that neither of the
two contracting parties should embark
upon a war with a third nation without
the consent of its ally. It means, therefore, that Japan, while her treaty of alliance with Great Britain lasts, is virtually debarred from executing, without
the consent of England, the designs
which she formally entertained with regard to the Dutch East Indies, or the
projects ascribed to her with regard to
the conquest of the Philllpine islands.
Miners Killed.
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 22.���A special from Dayton Tenn., Bays;. "While
returning from the mines ot the Dayton
Coal & Iron company six white miners
met death yesterday afternoon and several others were Injured. Two heavily
loaded freight cars plunged Into the
train carrying the miners. The dead
are: John Teels, James Tower, Daly
Green, Elijah Huff, Tom Jareen and
Bert Best
DOHA'S GRIM SILENCE
Refuses to Congratulate   Emperor on
Escape From Assassination���
Radicals Aba-ant.
St. Petersburg, May 22.���The continued absence trom the Lower House
of Parliament of the four Radical
groups during the formal announcement
of the discovery of the plot against the
life of Emperor Nicholas and the frank
refusal to congratulate the Emperor on
his escape has made a deep Impression
In court and government circles. The
Rossiya returns to the charge today tn
three editorials today characterising the
action of the Radtcala aa being open
revolutionary and ln strict harmony
with the Social Democratic congress ln
London, "thereby giving the lie to denials ot the Social Democrats that they
are planning a general strike and an
armed uprising for the coming summer,"
The Rossiya singles out for special
censure the absent priests. Father Tik-
hcal-lnsky, Brlllanto and Kolokolnlkoff,
whose expulsion from the priesthood Ib
Is declared to be Imperative. The Novoe
Vremya points out that the sitting of
the Lower House may definitely mark
the unfolding ot the Republican banners
by the Radical groups. Fifty-flve deputies bave addressed an open letter to
President Golovin calling the attention
of the Russian people to the Radical
"great act of disloyalty to them, tn thus
absenting themselves from the house."
The police have made further arrests at
Tsarsko Seloe ln connection with the
conspiracy against the Emperor and
have found among the correspondence
seized, letters from the American anarchists and Russian deserters In the
United States. Premier Stolypln, has
refused the request of the city council
of St. Petersburg to appear before the
committee on the unemployed of the
Lower House of Parliament.
PERJURY AND FORGERY.
Charges Against President of Insurance
Compiny.
Now York,* May 22.���John Hegeman,
president of the Metropolitan Life Insurance comany, appeared before Supremo Court Justice Greenbaum today
and pleaded not guilty to the 10 Indictments returned agalnBt him yesterday
charging perjury and forgery. Ball was
fixed at $lit.000 on one of the Indictments tor perjury; tt was furnished.
Featherweights.
New York, May 22.���Johnny Summers, the English featherweight champion, and Tommy Burns ot Harlem,
ended their training yesterday for their
six-round fight which is scheduled to be
held before the National Athletic Club
of Philadelphia tonight. Both boys are
in excellent condition ns a result ot
their hard work and both nre -Confident
of winning. What little preliminary betting has lieen Indulged In makes Summers a alight favorite.
IRISH BILL DEAD
DM'$ Failure Subject
LIBERALS 0EPRESSE1
Brilliant Chief .Secretary Father of
Two Abortive Mcatarti���
Opa Breach Feared.
London, May 22.���It is the opinion ot
all the London morning papers that Mr.
Blrrell's Irish bill already is dead, and
the government organs bitterly lament
seeing the two Important government
measures, the Education B1U and the
Irish Council Bill, miscarrying In Us
hands. The rejection of the measure
by the Nationalist convention in Dublin solves for the government a difficulty that was beginning to oppress the
ministers, namely, how to deal with the
overloaded programme for this session
ot parliament, but nevertheless there Is
keen disappointment felt at the discredit thus thrown upon the government, especially aa John E. Redmond,
the Nationalist leader, himself moved
the rejection ot the bill, and as the Uberal papers remark: "Thus closing the
door upon any future half-way measure
to Home Rule"
It la believed that Premier Campbell-
Bannerman will withdraw the Mil and
substitute measures dealing with evicting tenants and the Irish University
question, but nothing is likely to be settled until the cabinet meets and -discusses the situation.
The resolution offered by John Redmond at the Irish National convention
In Dublin yesterday and unanimously
adopted by the 300 Nationalists present,
was ss follows:
"We declare that lt Is utterly inadequate in Its scope and unsatisfactory in
Its details, and should be rejected by
the Irish nation, and we regard the production of auch a measure by the British government, pledged to Home Roto,
as a confirmation of the position we
have always taken that any attempt
to settle the Irish problem by half
measures would be entirely unsuccessful; and we call upon the Irish party
to oppose the bill ln tbe House of Commons and to press upon the government
with all thetr strength and power to Introduce a measure for the establishment
of a national parliament, with a responsible executive, having power over all
purely Irish affairs; and at this .crisis
in the fortunes of Ireland we Invite all
the Nationalist forces of the country to
unite In support ot our representatives
in parliament and enable them to effectively press tor the speedy and genuine
settlement of the Irish question."
GULF STREAM ON SPREE.
Scotch Sea Captain Discovers Causa of
Abnormal Weather.
New Yorw, May 22.���Captain L. Lum-
dams ot the Anchor liner Astoria, from
Glasgow, has found a reason for the cold
weather. He aays the Gulf Stream,
whioh ordinarily haa a range between
66 and 56 degress north latitude, ls
away to the north, and he found for the
Atlantic a high baromoter with a southerly wind, which ls unusual. "I don't
say that the Gult Stream is out of its
margin," aald the captain, "but lt ls to
the northward of Its normal course.
This accounts for our winter weather
home In Scotland where we have been
having storms every other day; we don't
have the season we used to have."
When the Astoria was about 1,000
miles east of Sandy Hook on Saturday
she passed a field of 20 Icebergs.
Killed In Firs.
Rochester, N. Y., May 22���A. L. Hd-
wards, a merchant ot Mecklenburg,
near Watklns, was burned to death thla
morning In a flre which burned his
store over whioh he had living rooms.
The flre destroyed the store, the Presbyterian church, hotel and barber shop.
The loss Is estimated at 126,000, covered
by Insurance.
Stromboll and Etna.
Messina, Slcllly, May 22.���The Stromboll and Mount Etna volcanoes are
again active. Deafening explosions are
ot constant occurrence and the population of Stromboll Island have been
thrown Into a condition of terror.
Roumania Prays for Rain.
Bucharest, May 22.���Special prayers
for rain have been ordered almost all
the  districts  of  Roumania  In
quence of the prolonged drought. ^
v.-
The Daily Canadian
I HUDSON'S BAY
== STORES ���'"-
Prospectors',
Lambermen'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.
Iu all th'.-se lines we offer  excellent quality at very
reasonable prices.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
CAPITAL PAID UP....M,T30,000 REST  $4,730,000.
D. R. WILKJE, President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-President
CRANBROOK,
Branches in British Colombia:
ARROWHEAD.     ���SOLDliN.      NELSON,     REVELSTOKE,
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits r-_*c*?ived and interest allowed at highest   onrrent rate from date of
opening of w-^oont, and compounded qnartarly.
ably beyond question, but it would be
absurd to expect at present any enthusiasm among the Boers for closer
relations ft ith the rest of the Empire.
Sir Wilfrid laurier personally is not
in much different case. He represents
an alien nationality within the Empire.
The French Canadians are loyal to
British connection for the privileges it
involves. They are also, the more enlightened among them at least, enthusiastic Canadians. Bnt they are not in
any sense Imperialists. They cling to
the fullest degree of autonomy for Canada, and in Canada to the same degree
of autonomy for Quebec.
It is that point of view and none other
that was represented at the conference
by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. He spoke not
for Canada but only for Quebec. Possibly in his ten years of power he has
come to the conclusion that Quebec is
Canada, and that the rest may be safely ignored,
The fact now confronting Canadians
is that to the people of the Motherland
and of our sister colonies the official
voice of Canada has seemed to be the
voice of an alien race, Canada speaks
still as a French colony within the Empire, and the aspirations of Hritish
Canadians have found no voice in the
council of the Empire.
The responsibility rests with the
English speaking Liberals. The remedy
is in their hands. Having sacrificed
everything else will they now sacrifice
all that as Britons they should hold
dear, for the sake of place and power?
\BLSON  RMAIN'CH
J��   M.   LAY, Manager.
HOME SAVINGS BANKS
MAY BE OBTAINED  FROM
The Royal Bank of Canada
Savings Department
ISSUED POCKET, MEDIUM OR LARGE SIZE IN LEATHER COVERED GILT
EDGED OR METAL POCKET BANKS.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
Published six .ity*. a weea by the
CANADIAN  -1-TBU9HI.NO COMfASY, LTD.
Bnker St., Kelson, B. C,
Buoscriptlon rates, 50 cents a month delivered
Id tht city, oi I5.U0 �� year 11 sent by mail, when
paid In aavaure.
Advertising rates on application.
All monies paid ln settlement of The Dally
Canadian accounts, either lot subr-icnpiloiis or
advertising, must he receipted for on the printed
forms of the Company. Otber receipts are not
valid. 	
MAY 23. 1907.
FINAL SETTLEMENT.
The patience and persistence of
Mayor Gillett have triumphed again
and a final and permanent agreement
has been conceded between the city
and the West Kootenay Power and
Light company.
The attainment of peace and harmony, with the jmsslbility of co-operation, when necessary, with thc big industrial corporation which is Nelson's
nearest neighbor, would be worth a considerable financial sacrifice, but fortunately none had to he made.
The long and foolish struggle between the city and the company, for
which the city is not by any means
blameless, has cost hoth sides many
thousands of dollars, and has profited
no one except, incidentally, the counsel employed by each.
The conclusion of the agreement will
make possible at once Improvements
and economies at both plants. It will
probahly open the way for a far belter service to manufacturers in the vicinity of the city, whose wants nre
greater than the city can at present
supply.
Co-operation between city and company will permit of thorough and efficient control of all the water power
available on Kootenay river at the upper Bonnington Falls, to the advantage"
of both.
Nelson wishes no harm or loss to
Rossland, but If the end of bickering:-:
should mean the transfer from Itossland to Nelson of the headquarters of
the West Kootenay Power and Light
company, the step would be heartily
welcomed . It would be an advantage
to the city to have so important an addition to its list of industrial enterprises, and an advantage to the management of the company to be located less
than a fourth of its present distance
from the scene of its operations.
To Nelson the end of the fight means
more than all this. It means the disappearance forever from the sphere of
municipal politics of a meaningless,
foolish and mischievous campaign cry,
which has been for nearly seven years
a source of division and weakness
where there should have been unity and
strength.
There is no profit now in assigning
the blame to the proper quarters, and
poetical justice will take care of itself.
The right attitude for us now is to let
bygones be bygones, and to work all together for progress aud prosperity for
tho city, remembering past divisions
only as a warning and a guide for conduct in the future.
VIEWS OF SISTER COLONIES.
The Conservative papers of Canada
have been rebuked and denounced by
Liberals for stating, what is the obvious
judgment of all British newspapers,
tbat the recent conference of premiers
in London was a miserable failure,
viewed in any other light than as a
social gathering. The only real result
otherwise has been the change of name,
from Colonial to Imperial Conference.
Thc eleventh hour resolution in favor
of All-British steamer routes was little
more than an expression of pious
opinion and led only to the appointment
of a committee to consider it.
British, colonial and foreign newspaper comment is unanimous In considering the results of the conference insignificant, and in ascribing such result to
the hopelessly unsympathetic attitude of
the Liberal ministry of Great Britain,
and of two  colonial   premiers.
It is not a mere coincidence that the
two colonial premiers who resisted all
efforts for closer relations are representatives of non-British peoples. Sir Wilfrid Laurler and General Botha are
aliens in blood, in speech, in thought
and in aspiraUon.
Nothing else was to be expected of
General Botha and It will not In the
slightest diminish tho respect in which
he is held throughout the Empire. He Is
the leader of a gallant race who have
lately made an heroic struggle for their
rights as they conceived them. They
hnve been treated by their conquerors
with a generosity unexampled in history.   Their loyalty to Britain is prob-
EDITORIAL COMMENT.
Bverjroije in Kootenay will sympathise with the people uf New Denver
and Silverton in their desire to have
the daily mail and passenger system,
which they enjoyed for so many years,
restored. The C. P. R. company has
been, and is still, one of tbe chief factors in the development and up-building
of the country. There is no doubt that
if it can be shown that a continuance
of the daily service wilt be of such material advantage to Slocan Lake towns
as to promote their growth ,the company would continue it. But it should
not be forgotten tbat such a service was
maintained by the company at a loss for
many years, and that the expectations
which led to Its inauguration have not
yet been realized. Two other features
of the case deserve comment: the just
aspirations of New Denver and Silver-
ton will not be made more easily attainable by rpijUTels between the two,
and nothing useful 1b likely to be accomplished by the holding of indignation meetings.
A meeting is to be called the evening
of Saturday, June 1st, if it is found convenient, for those wbo advocate the formation of a Canadian Club or Empire
Club. The name will be chosen and
such organization as is required wili be
perfected. The name is of little consequence. But it Is important that Nelson should have an open and non-parti-
zan organization under whose auspices
distinguished visitors can be Invited to
speak.
The standing committees of the 20,-
000 Club are now struck, and the duties
assigned to each are definite. The next
fortnight will determine the future of
the club. If anything is to be accomplished a forward policy must be evolved
at once, and each committee must do
its share. The organization is all right.
The time has come now for individual
initiative.
The sympathy of the British press Is
being extended to Mr. Birrell, chief secretary for Ireland. He deserves and
needs It. His intentions have been excellent, and his brilliant ability is unquestioned, but his two great bills, Education and Irish Council, have been
sorry, even ridiculous,  failures.
LAND NOTICES.
I, theunderslened,intendafu-r Go day- toapply
to the Hon.tha Chief Commlsiioner of I md*- and
Works for permission to purchase the l Mowing
described land: Commencing at a post. ���<irk��-<J
T.M.Sharp's 8 K. C, located on the west'bore
of Slocan lake, abont twelve miles from the head
of Hloean lake, thence west 40 chains, thence
north 49 chalna. thence eut 40 chains, tbence
aouth aloog shore of Blocan lake to point of
commencement.
Located May 4th. T. M. Huiki*.
Blxty days after date 1 Intend to apply to thc
Hon. tbe Cblef Commissioner of Lands and
Works lo purchase lWncres of land: Commencing
at a post pl��ntM on the west side ot 6-Mlle creek
on the wagon road about 'IU. miles from Kootenay lake, and marked Nell MeKeebnle'a southwest corner post, thence weat 40 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence cast 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains to place of beginning.
Located this ifflrd day of April, ifKff.
Nut M'Kr< usif,
E. J. Elliott, Agent.
Sixty days after datal intend toapply to the
Hon 'hlel Commissioner of Lauds and Works
to purehaae 80 acrei of land located about 3 miles
southeast of Burton: Commencing ata post
planted at the soutli west corner of Lot B16], and
marked d A Hunter's aoutheast corner, thence
north -10 chains, thence west 20 chains, thenoe
south 40 chalna, thence eaat 20 cbains to place
of beginning.
Located April 20th, 19OT. O. A Huwtir,
per A. Kkklib, Agent.
Slxtr days after date I Intend to applv to tbe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Landsand Worn
to purchase 240 acrea of land, altuate on thc eaat
side of Armw lake, about two miles from Burton:
Commencing at a pott planted at the 8 E. corner
of L 6M7, and marked N. T B'i N. W. corner, and
running eut *o chains, thence aouth 20 chaius,
tbence weat 40 chalus, thenoe aoulh SO chains,
thence weat 40 chalna, theoce north 40 ehalni to
plaoe of beginning.
Burton, April Hrd, iwn,        Nru n T. Bm,
A. A. Bub-tot, Agent.
8Ixty 'lays nfter date llntend to apply totho
Hon chic/ Coaunltftonn of landsand Works
for permission to purchase tin* followiiiK de-
scribed land m West KooMaay dlitrlot: commenting at a post marked A '('. H's northwest
norner po-��t, tunning 40 chain- easterly along
the boundary Of Timbtr lleem*i* No. BOOS, thence
southerly 5" chains, ihence vettWlT 40 chains,
thence northerly 50 ehalns al<>ug the C 1*. K.
track lu tbo plaoe of commencement, containing
two hundred aeres, more or less.
Located this Mi day of May. 1907.
A ('. BUSH, Locator.
Siily days after dale I purpon* making application   lo   the (.'hief CoinnilMMiier nf Land- t��nd
Works for i>eriiilsston to pnrehaae tba following
described land: Qominsnatng at a poal placed
at the northweat corner of on ���ci't'i ami marked"!' MtC'sSK corner |*>&t." running thence
8u chains north lhetice 80 .-hatns west, thence *i
chains soutb, thenee (ftl chains easl. to point Of
commencement, Containing MO acres, more or
lew*.
Mated this Itb day of Mav. ISO),
(Signed] rartt UcCouocn,
per I). A. McCOLLOCH. AkciiI
Hlxty dayi afler dale f purpoM mnliiBg application to !������ ��� Hon. Chief Uommlulonof Of Landi
ud Worka, for permlMlon to purchase tht* following described land:  C lenolng at a i-om
placed on the wott shoru ol Lower \Vbm*Uu
lake, about aW mile from the outlet ol same,
and marked "ll. W'��. N.I. corner post/" ruu-
nfJDg thence*i chains west, tbenee V chains
south, thence*) chains east, theuee*) chains
nonh to point of commcnctuieut, containing
M0 acres, more or less.
Dated tbe 2nd dayof May, : -"
(feigned) H WA1MV,
per F <i. rai'^t'iEB, Agent.
Hixty days aftea date I purpose making application tothe Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
I.an ���.- and Works for permission to purchase the
following described Und: i' lmiiu-nciutj at a
post placed at the northeast c rner of H c.
*k tuner's application to purchase marked
"It B's. N. W. corner post" thei;rt> following the
eastern boundary of aald appl let tion 80 chains
south, thenee running ty chains enst, tbenee ho
chains north to the southern boundary of K. Vf.
Hannlngton's application to purchaie, theuce NO
chains west along game to point of eommeneement, containing bin acres, more or less
Dated 2nd day of May, :*.*���".
���ffligued) U.sShibil,
per F.G. Fit*VikR. Agent.
Sixty days after dete 1 Intend to apply tothe
Honorable the < 'h icf < 'ommi ��� ���������:.��� :* ol Lauds and
Works for permission to pur* .* ���*.-������ the followlug
deacrlbed lauds in West Kooteuay dlstricl: Com*
mencing at a post planted on the souih shore of
Kootenay lake, and a^jolulng (_. P. K. Mock No.
10, and niarked "Tom Gordon's north" est corner
post," theuce south 40 cbiiius, thence cast 4t>
chains, theuce north 'AS chains, more or lens, to
Lake Shore, tbence west 40 chains to point of
commencement
Dated this 30th of April, 1907.
Tom Ooemm.
Hlxly days after date I intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief Cointu!s��|oner of l.ands and
Works, Victoria, B G��� to purehasu 4u acres of
laud: Commeuelng at a post plauteil at the City
of Nelson's B. E. corner post, ou Kontenay rlrer,
ihence 20 chains south, thence west 2u chains,
thenee north 20 chains, thence east ilu chains to
point of commencement.
Nelson, B. C, April 14, 1907.        E, J. Ci'RRaS.
Sixty days after dale I inten**! to apply to Hon.
tbe Chief Commissioner of Landl mid Works for
permission to purchase the following described
Unds in Kootenay district: f'ommt-iicing at a
postmarked Bruce White's N.W. corner non,
situated al the northeast corner of ��. K 3c about
a mile east of Hloean river, thence south 20
chains, thence west 20 chains, tbenoa south 60
chains, thence east 4U chains, thenea north 40
chains, tbence east 40 chains, thence north 40
chains, thence west 60 chain- to point of commencement, containing 440 s th, more or less.
Located March IStb, IW. BkOCl Whit*.
I, the undersigned, alter 00 days Intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief < nmniiMloncr of
Lands and Works for permission to purchnse the
follow Iur land: Cnmmenclnu at a post niarked
S. K 0. of Lot 1268, Ihence west M chains, thence
south 2o chains, thence west 10 chaini, tbence
soutb 'As chains, thenre wttsl 40 chains, thence
���soirli-i" chaini, theuce east 80 chains, lheni*
north ty chaini to point of commencement.
Located March 27th, 1907.      M S. McNaOOHT,
N. F- McNaniHT, Agent.
I, the undersigned, after CO days intend toapply to the Honorable tbe Chief I '-intnhsioner of
Landsand Works to purchase the following described land: Commencing at a poll marked
N. ��. C , situate at lhe mouth of Cove creek on
the west shore of Slocan lake, thence weit 20
chaini, ihence south 20 chains, theuee west 20
chains, thence south 20 chaiui, thence west 40
chains, thence south 40 cliBlns, thence east hu
chains, thence north ty ehains to point of commencement
Located March 27th, 1907       N.F McNacoht.
Sixty days after date I Intend to apply to the
Cblef Commissioner of Inn*!- and Works for
permission to purchase tbe foUowlng described
lands In Kootenay District, about three-quarteri
of mile from Thrum's sldkag: Commenciug at a
post placed at the 8. W. corner of L 6893, group
I, West Kootenay District; theuce westerly
followlug the north boundarr of 1. 1598, 40
chaiui; thence north 10 chains; theuce east 40
chains, moreor less, tothe N. W corner of
MUMl tbence iouth fallowing the west boundary
of L6B93. 10 chalui, more or less, to place of commencement, containing id acres, mora or less.
Dated this6th dajr-ol December, 1906.
H. H. PiTTi. Locator.
Sixty dayi after date I purpose making application to the Chief Commissioner of Landi and
Works for permission lo pureliase the following
described land: Commencing at a post place 3
at the southeast corner of �� W G Haultalu's
application to purchase, marked "K. F's S.W.
comer," ruuning thence 80 chaini nonh. thence
so chains east, thence ty cnaioi south, ihence ty
chains west to point of commencement, containing 540 acres, moreor less.
Dated the 9th day of April, 1907.
K. Fargnia,
Per F. D. FiC(.tllRR, Agent.
Sixty days after date 1 Intend to apply to the
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works. Victoria, to purchasr 120 acres of land
In West Kootenay, and described as follows:
Commencing at a Mat planted on the cast aide
of Arrow Lake at the southwest corner of L70H
and marked "J A. K's N'W. corner," thence
east 14 chains, thence south 40 ohains, thence
east 30 chains, thence south 20 chain* to Mtat}-
hcimcr's pre-emption, thence west :h chnlna to
Fauquier's application to purchase, thence uorth
���40chains, then'-p west 20 chains to lake shore,
thence north nlong thc lake shore to place of
commenccmeat.
March 19th, 1W7. J  A Xii.lt.
Hlxty days after date I purpose making application to the Uonorahle thc Chief Commisaloner
of Landsand Works for permission to pur-chasc
Ihi following described land: Commencing at
a , oit placed about one and half miles ana! of
Sliver Tip Point, on Whatshan Lake, near Christie creek marked "F. W.G. H's. H.K enrner," running thence H chains west to Join laud located
by F. L. Hammond, as agent, thence ty chains
north, thenee 80 chains east, thence mi chains
nouth to polnl of commencement, coutaiuing
M0 acres, more or less.
Dated the 9th day of April, 1907.
F. W. 0. Hiitltaih,
FerF. G. Fa equina, Agent
Sixty days after date 1 intend loapply to the
Hon the CbiefCommlssioncrof Undsand Works
Victoria, to purchase 040 acres of land in West
Kootenay district: Commencing at a post
planted aboutemllei from the mouth of Mos-
qdfto creek and ahont one mile west of the said
creek and mnrked "H.H. K's H.W corner," and
running north ty chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80 chalm to
place of beglnulug.
March 16th, 19U7. H. II   Roas,
J. E. AkmabLi. Ageat.
Slit; days after date I Intend toapply to the
Hoi. Chief (-ommlssloner of Landi and Works,
Victoria, fl- C��� to purchase 240 acres of laud, lu
Flre Valley, described ai foliowi: Commencing
at a post plauted 20chains west of Walter null's
N. W. corner and marked 1. Vi. Holmes' Jr. N. K.
corner p- st, and running routb *0 chains, thence
west 60 chains, thencu north 40 ebalns, thenre
eait 60 chalui to place of beginning, aud being a
portion of Section 35, Townihlp 71, Weit Kootenay.
March Mh, 1907. J. W. IIoi.mrh, Jr.
J. K. Annaui.i. AfltMT.
Sixty days after date 1 intend tn apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of l^nds and Worki,
Victoria, Ui purchase 320 acres of land in Weit
Kootenay. described as follows: Commencing
��� t a no��t planted up Mosquito creek, about eight
miles from the moutii and marked K. Cross' H W.
corner, thence norm 60 ctmlui, thonce 40 chains
eaat. thence Bo chains aouth, thenoe 40 chalna
west to place of beginning.
feh. iith, 1907. S. Caoes,
J. I. Amuiu, Agtnt.
FRED IRVINE & CO'Y
Commcrcins Monday,
Hay 20th, and continuing for 4 day.', wc wili
Sell our stock of
Children's Wear at
Special Discount Prices
Special Sale of Children's Wear
Children's Linen Dresses for   75c each
Childr'n White   Dresses  for   H.OO JTjJ
Children's  White  Percale  Dresses    75c JJJJ
Children's While Undershirts    jqc ejch'
Infants' Slip  Shirts  from    25c un
Infants' Muslin Bonnets 35c each  '*
Infants' Cream Coats from   $1.50 Mch   *
We invite inspection of these
Special Bargains,
Fred Irvine & Co'y
Notice ll bent)} Kiven that 60 aari alter dati* 1
Intend to applv l�� il��f Hon .Chief Com mission t-r*>f
Landiand Works. Victoria, fdl permission to pur*
ehan.* thc followiUf; described laud: CommeD* trig  I
at a post planted on tbe west side of Slocan lale
aud about two tu lies north ol Kvans creek, and j
marked <t. H. t,*�� mjuilita>t corner aost. tbeuce '
north following shore of lake 100 chains, thence
mat 10 chains, tbence south Kfl chains, thence
east 6o chains to point of commencement, flou
acres more or l^ss.
Located April ai,l90i.
tiio B iniaam, Locator,
Wm.Cloi oh. Agent.
Suty day< after date 1 inteud to applj to tbe
Hon the Cblel Commissioner of Lands and
Works. Victoria, to purchase em acres uf land in
ffest Kootenay, described as follows: t'ouiniiu
cing at a ;������-' plsnted about eight milea u)>
Motwjuito creek and joining K. Croas' application
to purchase, and markea & M's 8 E. corner,
thence north *! <hain*. thence west DO chains.
tbeuce south ty chains, tben*. n east ty chains to
plat eof beginning.
Keb, 16th, lyuT. ('. Mauhall,
J. E  AHjTASU,
slity davi, alter tiate I intend to applr to tbe
Hon.(.'hief Commissioner of Landsand Works to
purchase tbe following described laud located
in Plre valley district of Wen Kootenay: Com
meiu'ing at a post plauied at the H. ��. corner of
John SauK*' pre-emption, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 40 chains, theuce north -- chaius,
thence east 40 ihains to place t>f b< ginning, containing UD acres
Located Marcb Utb, :*'
I). A  McPHRe. Locator.
J. J   Kclly, Ageut.
lake notice that CO days after dati-1 intend to
apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
aud Works, fur peroiliiiou to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at tht
southeast Corner of lot 6305, tbence west 10
chains ti,*". south W chains, tbence eait��
chains, thence uorth Hi chains, theace west 10
chalnn to point of commencement, cooUlulng
-to acres, more or lest
Dated Ajirll 16th, l��r7 P   J    Uku^liv.
Vi. W. Urali_et, Agent.
1, the undersigned, after 00 days intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief Cgmmlislooer ol Lands
and w- :*.- to pnre-biM '' �� following described
laml: Commencing at the N. K. O. of I-ot Vi't
_. I., tbeuce west 40 chaini, thence uortb 20
cbains, thence east 4*. chains, theuce sonth 20
chains to point of commencement, coui&lnlng BO
acres moreor less
Located March _Sth, IfOfl W. A. MlUJ.
Take notice that sixty nays after data
I intend to apply to tbe Honorable the Cblel
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described laud
situated iu the West Kootenay diitrict: Commencing at a post planted at the ioutheast
tit'Tner nt Ijai tn, on tlie south side of the West
Arm of Koolenay lake, ::.���:,. *"��� * !nin�� wit to
southwest corner of said lot, thence 30 chains
south, thence so chains easl, theme ao chains
north to place ol eommeucement, containing 160
acres. t
April 2nd, 1907. CIURI.U IIobiitwj!*.
per fcBt-raiT W. BoMWODIt Agent.
Sixty days after date 1 luuud to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Landi and Worka,
Victoria, B. C, to purchase the followlug described land, situated In the West Kooteuay district: Commencing at a post planted on the
���.*���.������-: side of Kootenay lake, near Rblnoceros
point, aud marked J. McKinnon'i 8. E. corner
poet* tbence west SO ctiaiDi, theuce north 40
chaius, thence east SO ebalus more or leu to lake
shore, lbence along lake ihore to poiut of coai-
mencement.
Signed J McKimioji.
sixty davs after ''���:������*������ I lnu-nn to apply to the
Hen. the i l.i'/ Comminioner of Lauds aud
Works, Victoria, for permission to purchase 10U
acres, more or less, situated In West Kootensy
district: Commencing at a post planted midway
on the north boundary uf Lot 7611 and adjoining
S.W coruerof Lot tyii.i, thence north 16 chains,
tbeuce west 40 chains, tbenoe south 40 cbaina,
thenc eeast 20 chains, theuce north 14 chains,
tbence east 2U chains to polntof commeute'ment
Located March jutb, imn-       1 ��� J- Boavua.
Rixty days after date I intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commisaloner of Lauds and
Works to purchase the following described
lands: Commenciug at a post planted on the
fi-.-: side of [/"'I'li-n Creek at tbe moutb ofthe first
north fork ami marked "K.Cooper's soulheaat
eorn��T," running 80 chains west, north 40chains,
east 80 chains, and south 4o chaini to place of
commencement.
Dated March 2Utb, V.*'". It Cooi-ER,
J, T. Tirnxo, Agent.
Blxty days after date I In'end to apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands aud
Works to purchase lhe following daaortbed
lands: Commencing at a post marked "I. A.
Tipping1! louthwest corner post" aud planted
near H. P. Curtiss land, about half mile from
Hloean City, running north 40 cbalni, east 20
chains, south 40 chains, west 20 chains to place
of commencement
Datad March llth, 19u7 L, A. TirrtKo,
J. T. Tipmko, Agent.
Hixty days alter date I intend to app.y to the
Hon tlie Chief Commissioner of turd- and
Works to purchase the following described laud
located la Flr�� Valley dlslrlst of wait Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted at the S W. corner
of John Bang' prc-i-miptlou, thence CO chains
iouth, thence 40 chains west, tbence 60 chaini
north, theuee 40 chains east tr placeof beginning.
Riciunn Kikfk, Locator.
J. J, KELLY, Agtnt.
Notice Is bereby given that 60 days alter date I
Intend to make application tothe Honorable tbe
Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works, at Victoria for permission to purchase Ihe following
daao lbed,lands: Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner of lol tth, group 1, thence
south 26 chains, thence east 60 chalm, thenee
north 'At chains, thence west 60 chains to point
of commencement, containing 166 acres, more nt
less.
Nelsou, March 27th, 1901.        AKnii L. Wadi,
 P. Wjpg, AgenL	
Hlxty days afterdate I intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lund- and
Works, Victoria to purchaie the following described land: Commencing at a post marked
tl H's S W. corner, and plinled near the northwest corner of I.ol 3812, about one mile west of
Blocan river, and running enst 40 chains to Lot
381 thence north 40chaius, tbence wcsMUcliulns,
tbence south 4(1 cbaios to place of beginning.
March 9th, lflffJ. Milda Haock,
I'ati HArca, Ageut.
Blxty dayi afler date I intend to apply to tha
5Kfl(:��'��f���missioncrof UodianJ Wort;
V ctorla, B-0 , to purchase UO acres of land
EMS1" Hf* V*lfa- ff��* K��'tenay.anndi
scribed as follows: Commencing at the not Ileesl
co,nerofLot781S. aato running nor hWcK.
t&LMt.X SEHP'J *>">"��."south ��": '
March 4th, 1907. w. tf\ Bradlit.
J. K. Akhable, Agent.
Blxty davs after date I Intend Loanniv t__ tt..
Hon.ChlefCommlssioner of Undi W wVrkS
to purchase !B0 aeres of land In Kire VaTley w���!
Kootenay d strict and deicrlbed af foilowi     T
Commenclngat s post marked J k"'8 F
corner, and running norlh 8o nhatna ��._!___..
weit 40 rtiains, thence outb KO chaInl IhlW?6
cast 40 chaini to place of .kImIs. .n'i ^��?<0
the west oncba/l ol theWom-'nuarL^KS
Mareh ttnh, M Jo�� Kiorm.
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LOTS
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For Surthtr Information Apply to
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Company, Limited.
NELSON, B. C.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores
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STARKEY^COl
Whoieaaio Prov..��.on����
Produce, - PrulU
Government Creamery One Pound HrickB received weekly freah from Al
chnrn.   For Bale by all leading sgrooen.
Office and warehouse: Houston Block,   Phone 79.
Josephine Street. Nelson, B.C
Hixtf dayi alter date I intend toappiy to the
llouorable tbe Chief Commissioner of Landsand
Worki,  Victoria,   to   porchaae   tbe   following
J-"""J  r���**-   *-   Weat  "   '
 eiDK at a post planted i
ol Wm. Lovett's mw [ ���-*.-.*    I v-'.'i   and  marked
deserlhed   landi    In    West   Kootenay   district:
uicucIok at a post -planted al tbe RE. roincr
I'm. Lovett's purehaae   LTM6   and marked
H. M.S'i N.E   corner." and ninning iouth 80
chains, thence west 40 -halus, tlience north 60
chains, tbeuoe eawt 40 chains to pla<*c of beginning and containing .!������ acres.
March 6lh*,lW. K. M. Phiw,
j, J.E. AXMAMhMi Agent.
Notice is hervoy given that SO dayi alter dale I
Intend toapply to the Honorable the Chief Commisaloner nl Lands and Work! for p*crmts*lnii
to pnrchase about 178aerosol land, situate near
tbe 1'cud d'Oreille river, West Kootenay district,
and described ai follows: Commencing nt a
poit marked (J. E. IboDUOtt*! N. W. corner poat.
iltuated on the eoutb Ixtundary and At chains
from H.W poatoi LotTUM. tbence south about 70
chain*, thence east about 'A chains to a point on
the west boundarj! and &< chalna from 8, W. post
of Lot 7741. thence north 70 chains and thence
west tf> chums to tbe place nf beginning.
ath .March, JW7. 0. E Thomsoh,
1.��. Liko, Agent.
Hixty dayi after date 1 inteud to apply to tba
Honorable tbe Chief Commissioner of l .hii-!- and
Works, Victoria, to purchase Mn acres of land,
situated on tbe west side ol Arrow laki-, and de
���f-rlticd aa followi: Commencing at a postmark
cd J. H'l V. E. corner and  placed nt the soutb
* - --     ���        th w
and runnlni west HO ebalns, thenee  souui nu
cbalni, thence eait K0 chains lo ihe lakeshote,
tbence north along tbc lake to placeof begiuniug
March Sth, 1907. J  IUHjhi,
J. V. aknauli:, Agent.
60 days after date I Intend to apply lo the Hon.
Chief CommliBioner of Laudi and Works, Vie-
torla to purcbue 160 acres of land lu Kire Valley,
West Kooteuay dlstricl, and dcierltied as follows:
Commencing at a postmarked W II Wright's
8. E. corner, and running north tto chains, them-o
west U chalus, theuce rouih W chains, lbence
eait'20chains to place of bt-Klmiiiig, and belug
the west one hall t.f thu N. K. quarter ol Hectlon
���.">. and the went balf ol tbe 8. it. one-quarter of
Hectlon Kt III Township 71 Q, L
Marrh SOth, UOT. W. H. WaiotiT.
Hlxtydaya aftcrdato i intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Landi and Works.
Victoria, lo | 'reheat! th following dSSOribM
lands adjoining the Arrow 'akes In Went Kootenav: (.ommenclng at a post planted at tbc
N. W. corner of J. II. Porter's pre-emption, and
marked E. W'sH Vi. corner post, llii'tKCAirnafna
north along lake shore, thence 'JO chains east,
Ihcnce 30 chain* south, Ihenee '10 chains west to
filace of beginning, containing 40 acres, more or
ess.
April 18,1907. Kvrlvn Watson.
Notice Is hereby given that 60 days after date I
Intend to applv to the Hon. Chief < ommlsslonor
of Lands ami Works for permission to purchase
tho following described lauds, ittttatS In West
Kootenar dlitrlet: Commeneing at a post marked J. L. Porter's N. W. corner, thtnee south 80
cbaina, following the eastern boundnry of II.
8eloui'application to purchase; thencecast 40
chalui; tbence north S0ehnlti!i; thence west 40
chaiui to point of eommeneement, containing
DUO acres more or lesi.
Dated this 11 th day of March, 1907.
..  J. L PORTKK.
Hlxty days after date t Intend to apply to tbe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,
Victoria, to purchaie 480 acres of Inud, In Kiro
Valley, West Koolenay. and described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted at Walter Hull's
northwest corner and marked A. H's B, E, corner,
and running north 60 chains, thenco west 80
chaini, thence south flo chains, tbenco cast 80
chalm to place of beginning, aud being part of
flections .14 and tt lu Town-ship.! Mid a portion
ofHectloni 1 aud i! In Townihlp 69, (.roup 1.
March 5th, 1M7, a. uirn,
J, I, Aim asm, Ageut
Notice Is hereby giten that 60 dan iWtll
intend to apply to tbe Uon. thief t'ouui-
of Lands and Works for permission top
tbe following deacrlbed land in Weitfc
district, on west ihire of l>.wrr Arrow!
adjoining i^t No, 4*9-48. on tin ����� .uth: te|T
��� t a poil marked "Harry McLeod'��� K.I I
C>st and ilanted on tha abore of Lo��wf
ike, at the aoutheait cornei of <spt ttf
i 4iHH, ihence west 20 chains. thOM pj_
chains moreorless to the north bcundstfj
Kullmore's P. R., tbence 'inhainn caiiskfl
said Imu ndary to lake, Ihemr n.'MhiWO
lake shore 'JO cbaina, more or leal
commencement. _._
May Jnd, 1907. J. 0,_J_
Agent for Han
8lxty dayi afterdate I intend lo *%__
"on. thc Ch el Commluloner ol istaat
Works, Vielorla, to purchase BO aerriol*
Wert Kooteuay, deicrlbed as followi: -_
rnenelng Kt a poit plante<l ab-iut ____]*
MuHiulto Creek from the moutb *at_
"A. Q." N.W. comer, then>*�� south WW
theuee cast 40 chalna, tbence mirth am*
thonoe 40chaius west to place ol bcKlnnlfj
February l��tb, 1907. A. OUta
J. E. AnsaW.1. Aiift
Hittf days after da'e 1 Inteml to afPV 4
Hon    -be   ('hlel  Commissioner ol w��*Jl
Works. VieUirla, U> purchase UO acrei oll��WJ
West  Kooivnay. deacrlbel  as  'o.UgC'JP
wcneingaia poel marked "D. R-'   *-hM
���and being at thc N.W. corner of A. uw*
application to purchase which l�� swu'1.!
up.Mosquito Creek from thc moots IW1
nlng 80 ebalm aoulh, theme *) rh''"j|
thence Ml cbalm norih, thence ��o ehaiD'w��|
place of beginning.
Kebruary 10th, 1W7.
p   FM*|
J. E. AKKBALI. Alrtjj
Sixty dayi after dale I intend to ^PP'lJJl
Honorable the Cblef Commlssionei of lA_T_M
Worki, Victoria, to purchase ni acrei o "���
located on the weit ilde ol Arn-w leMwj
de-cribtd aa followa: Commem ing si ��
marked P. A'a N. E. corner, and Plaottosi-L
north o| tbe southwest corner ol w'J *lS\2m
1, Won Kooteuay, aud running ����"l1h*a3
thence weat 20 chains, them-e north_fj��_
ihcnce eait�� chalm to place of temtmm
U.rehllth  i��n r.ttf^
March Q'th.fiojr
J.E   AVJfABli.AgOBt^
Blxty dayi alter data I Intend toBfljrfl
Honorable Uie Chlel Commissioner nfi��|
Works for perm laiiou to purchase the!wm
described land In Woat Kootenay: W*i!TM
at a poat about one and a quartermm mm
Bavoune Landing, and marked-.ilellsJHJJ
8. fc. corner, thence north ao ohalna��� ����3|
20 elulni, thence iouth so chains. thcu����-\
tdialni to point of commencement-    _   B[* j
March rflld, 1907. (Hlgncd) BSLUWWI I
ROHBRT ROBIMOIt, A*��l    i
Klxty daya after date I Intend W aWJfJSI
Honorable the Chief Conimls-ioncrn '* |olg
Works (or permission to purchaie !�������
described land ln Wcsl Kooteuny ���*n3M
at a post planted on the north Mu^JB
creek, about three ouirtcrs of a in lie "��" 3m
of creek, and marked Eva < "" " ���,, ibeWl-
thence north 20 chains, theme ��ijf'. h,niH|
Ihcnce south 20 chaloi, thenee cam *��"-u P
point of commenrcraenl. .. vv* cri* I
M.nsbS.d.l.n.        . -P^'Sil   '
ROBBBT RO)
^l
���Slity dayi altor date I Intend *t*PSJU
Hon.   the Chief Commissioner J1'    (pllpillj;
south m fiiatne, thencu e-mi - - -���_ .
nortii 80 chains, thence well�� chain* ��
oommencement. rospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
BACON We Sell
;ives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
[ and Smoked.   Our Hams Are
Excellent  Also.    AH  Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
Cured
Burns & Co., Ltd.
NELSON, B. C*
TKe Daily Canadian
tlMBER NOTICES.
,v riven itial ty days alter date I
t,, ibe Honorable the Chief Com*
nl- nml Works, Victoria, for a
-., i-iii mid ca**ry away limber
���K deicrlbed laud lu tbc dlitrlet
ii ��� poit ahout seven mllei Irom
��� .reek, in a weaterly dtrec-
vi   U-niiy's northeaat corner
hiii- wut, theuee -40 chains
ui liaiui Mest, thenee 40 chains
i ii- ��� u-t. thence 4o ehalus
. rhaim ca*t, thence 40 cbalni
I ,,,miiionccmeut.
,u. r.s-7.
fi. M DEWY. IjM-ator,
ANHt'i (VRRta, Agent.
iven thai ���'��������� dayi atter uate 1
he Hnuorabie the Cblef Com*
��� mid Worki for a special
H-ry away timber from the
laudi situated on tbe weit
i reek Valley: Commencing
mil milea north of tho inter-
line and about oue and a
i Nelson and Kort Sheppard
land grant ln tbo dlatrlcl ol
nit< at a i"i-t planted two
-heep creek, kuown aa the
u-t, j'dulng J. K. Craniton'i
i ;��imiiig 80 chaiua uortb,
-( thence 80 rhalni aouth,
i ia point uf L-ommeuccment.
it, I'Atl.
ii nu po��t planted at the
���cation No 1. known ai the
itof l<K>atlon No. "A claiming
������ W chains east, then-eta)
.  m cbaiui weit to point of
.1. I9QI.
no tt a pout placed hall a
*. So 1, known as the south-
K ni chnius mirth, thence 80
*i chains south, theuc�� 80
<d lommauoemeut.
J P. SwsubBM, Locator.
I   !���������>.'��� irkjkn, Agent.
*. (iven that :*�� dnyi after date
"t.i tlie Hon. Chief Commlulon-
ttork* for a spwial license to
tny tliutx'r from the following
iltuated on the west side of Big
ry. ' -un mcuclng about 4J*i miles
kr na tional t>oundary line, and
��������: of Hig .sheep ereek in tbc
r.",tenay:
m lut; at n txist planted aboul
Hln -li-.p creek, anown a* lhe
i .riimiug Bu cbalm south,
we��t, tbence SO chalna norm,
���-,-t !np.>inl of eommeucement
iKinjc at a jNtst plauted at tbe
id lm atlon No. 1, known aa the
*;-*.. i latmlug 80 chalna north,
i-a-*l, thanae 80 cbaina aouth,
.*.-*!. point of commencement.
*������ lm at a poat planted at the
.<>< niton No 1, known as the
post, tiaimlng 80 chaini north,
�� weat thuueo (D cbaiui aoulh,
-; "��� poiut ol commencement.
th, ]*n.
J. i*. HWkDBiao, Locator,
K   r. iM.Kij.Kias, Agent.
.i'*>*r Limit ho. 2)
I Kiven nut 60daya after date I
a i he Honorable the Cblel <*om-
ndi ..*,'! Worki I��r a special
:i*1 earry away Umber from tha
���ed latid.sttuat��dou Kooskanax
mtenay dlatrlct:
��� : a post plantel at the north-
tnber Limit No lUMI.and mark-
nuihwest corner poat, tbence
Ihenoe oast 80 chains, thence
neiice west 80 cbalni to polntof
>.1907.       II. H. Lbs, Locator.
I iTuntvr Notice No. :i)
|". nt n post planted at the aoutbeail
Unit, and at ihenurtbweltcotner
�����* Ko. ]i'.!ir.. thence norlh ISO
<avi to chains to weit Hue ot
So ) :t',, following line ol No.
lfi" chains, thenee followlni line
" No. iii.it*, 40 cbalni to point of
i M, 1W7.      H. D.Lsa, Locator.
Notice No. 4.)
nbc
iven that ho dart after date 1
he Hon. Chief Commissioner
:i for a apeclal llceuae to cut
mi,cr from the following de-
ated on Kooakanax creek in
[���'*���*������ ������.-irs.'t. and about five miles
?>rrowIakti
a poit p'anted on the north
hIhiiu half a mile from creek,
> 1 "k's loutheaat corner post.
. 'hnlns, thenee weattto chnlni,
ptli mi chaliiH, thence eaat 80 cbalm to
tn'iiin*nt
hai,IWI.      H.D Lea, Locator.
i"liter Nollco No. 6.)
hi  a poit marked 11.  D. Lea's
1,1 ��� post, thence north SO chalna,
Ml line of No.4 location, tbence
tlience south 80 chains, theuce
_..   -op-dintuf commencement.
|* *.   i, ]'.��,..      H. ii Lta, Locator.
(limber Limit No.��.)
hereby glren lhat sixty data after
l,l to apply Ui the Honorable the
iwiouor of Landi and Worki for a
""��� hi cut and  carry away timber
tits mtt described land, altuated about
"in the l'pper Arrow lake on Koos-
��� in West kooienav dli'rlct:
"B at a poii planted and marked 11
iliwest corner |hmI,  thence cast 80
' m -outb 80 ehalus, thenre west 81)
'������ north 80chains to polntof com-
lMKrchSl.1907.      H.D. Lsa, Locator,
(Timber Limit No. 7 )
id ��t a poit planted and marked 11.
.. -nrail comer poit, thence aonth 80
'���'"whip the weat line of Nd,�� limit,
chains, ihcnce north 80 cbalm,
halus to point of commencement.
"""���hai.iKn.      H.D.Li*, Locator,
ireby Kiven that :io daya from date
W'lytothPiion chief Commlsiioner
:' *v ,,J'U*S 'or a special Ucenso to cut
-wpiy timiMT from tho following de-
' "in Wchi Kootenay district:
0 Mo   Rl *, P���1 Panted on the north
-.,,,'V''.''ri'l'k, about one mile and a half
Is    i     ,' ?artad K Htrand'a northwest
| ,;' ������'���������'���' east 180 obalns, thence south
I'ht Min*   , l !no ph��'na, thence north
Ihu 'ii ' ""'"wencomoui.
I'llHiUldayot March, 1907.
B. htiiani), Locator.
�� Hi 7oK '"\.hat w na?" ***�� a**16'
J', l11""' ,ll�� Chlof Commls-
"'������ to l,Wor5"'��l Victoria, lor a
��'"����� deserlhed landi in Yalo dla-
���'i''"rHl1H,,\,l.^l)0"tr'ftntoda��ioutlO
Sf'* or i.'Lu Rei*ls river and about ono
f marked ffii (lt ����* B'��_ffi* No.
I'M No     ,*,Hl,u��dary Luinbur Co's fl. t.
I*w. tlieiinflSi SS c/,Mni "��� rth-tn6m,e
l_Kl to tlislln, ��thatnl ",mtl1- thoiiiia 80
WKr li WnVl, iin   l'om,nill"'em0'>L
��      lm!iiltlM!i!! p,,mt P'**��'"d about 10
r1'1' ��i��ii I     i1 *r/!" ��� Loeatton Ho.l,
���       ���i-e so chaini north, thence 80
chatna wen, thence ty chain, iouth. thence m
lh."ll'.l*1''!l!ltI0Jhe p��'"i��' commeua-ment.
DttOd lint Marcfi, i(W7.
No. :i. - CommciuinK at a post plauteil aboul��
chains eait of main Kattle riverand about 80
chaini north of BoundaiJ Lumber On Iocaliou
IMHit Nn v. and marked Boundary |_��nber Co'a
M. K. eorner poi. No. a, ihence HO ehain..  north,
hence m Ohalm weet, thence 80 chains aouth
ibenee 80 chalm eait to the point of eommeucement.
I)ated March -find, 1907.
..""���������-^ommeticng at a post planted abont
10 ehalns cast of the main Kettle river and about
no chaiui north of Koumliry LumberCo's location post No. 8, and markeii Boundary Lumber
Cos 8.1, corner poet No 4, thenee 80 ehalna
nnrth, tbenee 80 chains weit, thence 8o chatm
wuth, thence 80 chaius east lolhe polut of commencement.
bated March 22hd, 1907.
Ko ft.-Commenctng at a post planted about
15 ibalm eaai of main Ketlle river and about
two miles north, more or laea, of Boundary Lumber i o'a Location No, 4, and marked Boundary
Lumber Co'i 8 K. corner poll No 6, thence 80
chaiua north, thence 80 cbalm wesl, lbence SO
chalna aouth, theui-e 80 chaini eait to thc point
of commencement.
I'ated March XSrd, IKTJ.
No. ���.���Commencing at a poit planted abont��
chains eait of main Kettle river on 0 J". It lino
blocs No. B14, and aboul 80 cbalni north ol
Boundary Lumber Co'i location poal No. 6, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co'i 8. K. corner poat
No. ft, thence Hu ehaim north, following c. P. B.
Una block No 2714, thence 80ehalns west, thence
80 chaiua iouth, tbence 80 chains eait to tbe
point of commencement.
bated March Ard. 1M)7.
No. ".-Commencing at a poet planted about
15 chaini weal of the main Kettle rivsr on 0 P.K-
line blnck No 7714. and about 80 chaini north of
Boundary Lumber Co's location poat No. 6, and
maiked Boundary Lumber Co's 8. K corner poit
No. 7, thenoe 1*80 chains north, followiuR V. I'. K.
Wilts block No. .-;i.. thence 4<>chalm weit, thence
ISO iihalui mutii, thence 40 chatm call to the
polntof commencement.
bated March Brd, IWt,
No. 8 ���Commencing at a poit plauted about
TO (hains west from river bank and ahout 3 milea
south, moro er less, of the last eaat branch of tba
eaat fork of lhe main Kettle river or about II
milea north, more or leaa, of C. P. It. Block No.
��714, on east fork of Kettle river, marked Boundary Lumber Co'i N. W. corner poal No 8, tbenoe
80 cbalm east, thence 80 ebalni aoulb, thencu 8)
chalm weat, tbence 80 ehaim north to tbe point
of commencement.
Hated March 'r.th. 1W7.
No. 9.���Commencing ata poat planted about
J' chalus west (rom river bunk, on tbe east fork
of K.���ui.- river, and about 80 chains souih nl
Bouudary Lumber Co'i location post No 8, and
marked Boundary lumlier Co'a N. W. corner
post No. tt, theuce 80 cbalmeast.tbeuc 80cbalm
south, tbence HO cbains west, thenco 80 tbalna
nurlh io the point of commencement.
bated Marcb i.th.lwT.
No. 10 ���Commencing at a post planted about
30 chains woal from river hank on the eait fork
ot Kettle rher, and a tout SO chalm touth of
Boundary Lmnlwr Oo'i location post No 9, and
marked Boundary Lumber (Vs N. W. corner
pii*��l No. 10, thence 80 ohalm easl, thenoe RO
chalm ioulb, ihcnce 80 chaini wesi, tbence ty
chains north to the point of eommeucement.
Dated March r.th, i<><7.
No. It.���Commencing at a poit planted about
IS chalm wcsl from river bank on the east fork
of Ketlle river, and about 80 chatm south of
Boundary Lumber Co's location post No. 10, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co's N. W. corner post
No. 11, thence 80 chalm east, thonce 80 chalna
aouth, thenco 88 ehaim we-t, thence80chains
nortb to the polnl ol commencement.
Hated March i.lh. 1907.
No. 1'2.��� Commencing at a poit planted about IX 1
chaini weal from river bank su ibe cast lork of
Ke He river, and about 80 cbalni south of
Boundary Lorn bar Co'i location poal No, 11, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co'i N. Vi. corner
po��t No. 1'2, thence 80 cbalm east, thence 80
chatm aoulh, ihence 80 chalm weat, thenco 80
north to the point of commencement.
bated Maroh XMh, 1907.
No. lS.-CommencIng at a post planted about
12 chains west from river bank on theeastfork
of Kettle river, and about 80 chalna aoutb of
Boundary Lumber iVs location poat No. 12, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co'i R W. corner
poat No. 18, tbence 80 cbalm eaat, tbence m
chalna toutb, thence 80 cbalm west, thence 80
chains nortb to the point of commencement.
bated March 2Mb. 1907.
No 14,-t'ommenclna aiapoit planted about
10 cbalni Writ from river bank on the eaai fork
of Keltle river, aad about 80 chalna aoutb of
Boundary Lumber Co's location post No. 18, and
marked Boundary Lumber Co's N W. oorner poat
No 14, thence 80 chains east, thence 80 chaina
aouth, thence 80 chains west, thence 80 chaina
north to the |iOinl of coin meu cam eut.
bated March 8Uh, 1907.
No lfi.���Commencing at a post planted about
10 chains west irom river bank on theeastfork
of Kettle river, and ahout 80 chains south of
Houndary Lumber Co's post No 14. and marked
Boundary Lumlier Ool �� W. corner posl No. Ift,
thence 80 chains east, thenco ��i chains south,
thenee 80 chains west, thence 80*chalm norlh to
point of commencement,
pated March Uth, UOT.
No 1��,-C��mmenciug at a post planted about
8 chains west from river hank on lho eait lork of
KctUe river, and about 80 chalna aouth of
Boundary Lumber Co'i loeatlun post Wo. 16, aud
marked boundary LumberCo's J. W. "ornerpoit
No 18. thenee 80 chains east, Ihence 80 cha US
���onth. thence 8> chains weat. thouoe 80 chains
norlh to tho point of commencement.
bated MarcV ruh, 1907.
No. 17 -tMumonnlng at a pjist planted aboul
���i chains west trom river bank on tho eaat fork
of Ketle river, ami about 80 cbaina SOdUTfi
l/otnidarv Lumber Co'- i&U&Jft ��fl- �� "J
._������_.���.i ii,.mni���>I*v Lumber I I ti. w. corner
Ss'l N. 1 1* *���*��� Ss"s-ls.l.i. taaL -JsmmJO
Shiin? .mil,, hfi.���m s-ii.iii. w..t, ���*�����������
B "nn to llss* l-lntol s-ssinmem-omont.
Duli'sl Mnrch'iMh. IIW1.
No. u.-OommMoloi hi .s uii pj��;��J *mt
"""���"' ''".'l^^t.uJlAt'rl.'Atllo
Notice to Delinquent Co Owner.
*��ss^��sil
RworileVj-m���, otthoN. o >l��j; , ,���,,
Yssss nosl ,��ph nl >*os �����"''' J,,",,,,, ,|,sll��n.
IhtndinM lw��J"��'Lr il,"���t, upon th-j
(���2M..IHH in lulsonr ��Mj l��JS _, Is ..Ul 111* taOt
.bora mlnonl olrt" �� ''*'"', ���! ��� a,si. ud u
Ulidtsr lln* I'risvl.l"'����''";,���,,,." IMI notlisis
within nl""/ |fi�� I���"1,',1 ' .' ������, r DOrtlOB nt
���Oil lull ot ri-ns��e Isi miittl    is 1,     , lw0
Ilm ����l*'"H'"r'*.tfy }' 'JhTt-SS ran i-.mni
tilty rtollnt" (IHU-WI '"r. ",V .li i-.istss ssl sis vet
Hth Mny. I*n,) 10-MJbft "111' ��� , ', ",\m mill l.o-
tuiiw, vont IntorMi io the "���',������,���,.��� unilet
comn tins pr<U">��T P1.ll1.?..!".." ...Amend tho
NEW COLONIZING FORCE
American  Co-Operatlve 8oclety  Entert
Alberta Field With Big Piano
(or  Activity.
Culgary. May 22.���Alonzo Wardell, a
member of the American Co-Opcrative
League anil official organizer of the
Farmers drain & Supply Co., Ud., with
Iieiiiliiuartem at Seattle, Washington,
passed through the city on Saturday on
his way to the Coast.
Mr. Wardell arrived here Borne few
dny�� ago, and after a short stay In town
proceeded on his wny north. His object was to look up lands with the idea
of bringing up people from Spokane and
lhe lllg Itend district, to locate here.
In conversation with nn Albertnn reporter he stated that he was very much
impressed with the remarkable quail-
lies of the Innd he had lookhd at, and
prophesied that ln a few years Canada
would have a great imputation.
"You have an excellent outlook," he
snld, "and the soil Ib marvellous. 1
speak from experience, having been a
prm-Hcal farmer in Dakota for a good
many years. I have been Bent up here
to report on the land and 1 can assure
you that my report will bo favorable.
I do not remember having seen such
good land before."
The American Co-Operative League,
of wblch Mr. Wardell Is a member, does
business on Uie famous Rochdale system of cooperation, which is recognized as the largest, most successful
and equitable business system in the
world.
They organize banks, stores, elevators, creameries, etc., and the profits are
returned to the members ln proportion
te their patronage.
Equal ownership and one vote only
Is recognized. No iiroxlos being allowed. The capital Invested draws Interest only and does not participate in
Ihe profits of whatever concern is being operated.
Mr. Wardell expects to return to Calgary within a few weeks, and at that
time hopes to bring iu a few settlers
with him. He is confident that this will
be a very easy matter once tbe people
on the other side learn the true condition of affairs here.
He was also interested In the government telephones, and made many enquiries regarding thc same. He also
expressed gratification to learn that Uie
city had passed a bylaw to put in a municipal Bystcm In Calgary. "That Is the
best thing ever happened," he remarked.
"Public ownership is one of my principles, and from experience 1 am sure the
ratepayers will never regret thla step."
Just on a Visit?
Mexico City, May 22.���According to
advices received by the state department last night Minister Gamboia left
Guatemala Cily late yesterday afternoon and boarded the gunboat Tamplco
at San Jose de Guatemala at night. A
large parly of friends accompanied him
from the capital. The minister will arrive at Acajutla, Salvador, this morning
and will be In the Salvadorean capital
tomorrow -afternoon.
Piano and Singing Lcisoni
Given by Mrs. Winter Every Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certificate from Trinity
College, London, Eng., for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conser-
vatolre of Music for singing and piano
playing.       Address Box 796, Nelson.
Coal! led Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frott,
Fuel th Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICE:
N. E. cor. Baker and Ward Sta.
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer*
NBI-SOIN,    ���    B. C
YMIR UCENCE DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given that ftt a meeting of tbe
Board of Licence Commisaloiien, to be hi Id alter
the expiration of thirty daya, J Intend to apply
lor ��� tmnafer of my hotel licence for the Creaton
hotel, ul t'rest mi, toOcorge Mtmd.
I��th Way. 1907. P. J. Miu.kb.__
INOTlCfe.
r-'otlce la herebv given lhat I will apply at tbe
next meeting of the Ltconi** Uommlaaloneni.
for the Oity of Nelson, to have the liquor llcenio
of the Silver King Hotel tranafernsd from my
���all to Robert Duiaittl, of the City of Nalaon.
-Datad UiU 7th Oar ol May, lWf.
K. M. McCANDLISH.
YOUNGEST OF NATIONS
Cuba,   at   The    Hague,   Will    Protest
Against Debt Collecting by
Demonstration.
New York, May 22���Cuba will make
her protest against debt collections by
nations a casus belli In tbe coming
International peace conference next
month, when her voice will be heard
for the first time In the councils of nations at The Hague. On the broad questions of disarmament and arbitration of
international disputes, Cuba will be
guided by thc United States. Dr. Antonio S. De Buatamante, of the chair
of International law of the University
of Havana, General Orestes Ferrara, a
Cuban lawyer and Fernando Sanchez,
the member of the Cuban peace delegation, arrived here today on the Ward
line steamer Merlda, from Havana, on
their way to ihe peace conference. They
will be Joined in Parts by Senor Don
OonzaleB de Quesada, Cuban minister
at Washington, and Senor Manuel San-
guilly of the Cuban senate, who are
also members of the Cuban peace delegation. Cuba will make her debut at
The Hague at the invitation of the Czar
of Russia, and It is upon the question
of debt collection by the powers from
the republics of South America that she
will be heard at length. General Ferrers In outlining Cuba's position before
The Hague said today:
"On the very large questions that will
come up before the peace conference,
Cuba,.of course, will play no important
part. As a republic we are under the
control of the Uuited States and any
question which arises in the Hague
which affects this country will be considered affecting us also, and upon these
questions our Interests He with the
United States. Cuba favors giving the
commission of arbitration at the Hague
more authority, and will urge that all
international differences and disputes
be submitted to arbitration. Cuba Is
ever for peace among nations.
"Naturally Cuba views with much
pleasure all moves towards disarmament, but on that question we can say
little at the Hague, for that must be left
to the large powera.
"The question of powers forcing debt
collection on the minor republics of
Central and South America will be
taken up by our representatives at the
Hague. It ls the position of Cuba that
debt collection should be a -casus belli,
and that the powers should not seek to
make debt collections by tbe display of
naval force. Debt collections should be
a matter of civil court.
"On the question affecting the forms
of war our representatives will he found
with all nations, which today are united
ln every effort to reduce the horrors of
war."
The Cuban peace conference delegates will meet In Parte at the Hotel
Continental, on June 2nd, when the
plans and position of Cuba before the
Hague will be carefully outlined and
agreed upon. Dr. De Buatamante and
General Ferrara and Senor Sanchez, the
secretary of the Cuban peace delegation,
sail for Europe on the Krnn Print
Wllhelm next Tuesday.
SEEING IS BELIEVING. |
Conversion of the Man Who Lived Next
Door for Ten Yeara.
Physique types systems are not a
substitute for common sense, but they
mix well. There Is more common
sense ln "Semi-ready" tailoring when
one looks into the fundamental basics
of the system upon which the business
Ib building.
"I am converted to Semi-ready, and
my word, this Is the first time I've
looked Into It," said a ��10,00��-a-year
man who had his offlce within a block
of the Semi-ready store In Montreal for
ten years. "No man who never goes
to a meeting can be converted," said
the salesman. H's more "seeing" thnt
Semi-ready Tailoring wants���for seeing
ia believing. '    	
n* I
Alberta Farm Land
1(0 acre Improved farm In Alberta,
will exchange for Nelson residential
property or Kootenay fruit land.
Geo. g. McLaren
Baker St, Nelion.	
For Immediate
Sale Only
Exceptional opportunity to aoqulre bouse situated on two of the
finest residents! lota ln Nelson.
Easy of access and on level grade
from business centre. Residence
contains hall, sitting, dining and
bedrooms, bath and kitchen pantry.
Large coal and wood shed. Electric
light, water and sewer.
F. B. LYS
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Woat Bakar Streat  KELSON, B. C.
NOTICE
NotlM la lusretij ftven th��i thirty dt.i -.Iter
dste 1 Inlcn 1 to spply to the Board ot Licence
OommiuloDeri (or tne vmlr district tor . transfer of the licence held by me lor tae Fort Sheppard hotel to P. Adle. _T_.
(Sisncd) A M.
WsneU, B. C, Mssy 1.1,1W7.
The St*athcona
Nelaon, B.O.
Reg. Geo. Webb, Prop.
The Leading Hotel in the
Kootenays.
Qood   Sample   Roonu.
Qt*
een's
Hotel
Baker Street, Nelaon. B. O,
Lighted by Klectriolty and
Heated by Hot Air
BATES IB PIR DAT
Lam aod Comfortable Bedroom, and Flnt-
ijiswliinliis Kooin.   sample Koom. for Oommiii-
���M��l   M.n
MRS. I. ��.CLARKI. Proprletrell
Grand Central Hotel
Tbla hotel hubeea completely renovate*, ami
newly furnished with all modern equipment*.
Hot water heating throughout.
RATES : Roomi, 50c. upward* ; meali 25c. ;
���peclal ratea by tbe week.
J. A. ERIOKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court House
and Poitoffice. Nelson. 6. G.
Ttemont Hotise
���oropaan and American Plan
Mnli 'At eta.   Roomi from ae cu. to tl
Only White Balp employed.
MALONE  ft TREGILLUS
Baker St., Belaon Pronrleton
Ba*tlett   Hotise
GBO. W. BARTUETT,
Proprietor.;
Best Dollara-Day Hotise ia Nelson.
The Bar li the Fineit.
White Help Only Employed.
Jmpfclae Bt.
Royal Hotel
MRS. WILLIAM ROBERTS,
noraianasa.
Batea ��l and ��1.B0 ��� Day.
Special Batea to Regular Boar-den
Athabasca
Saloon...
CORKER
BAKER AM)
KOOTENAY
STREETS.
Mint comfortable quarter, ln Neleon
Only the beet of Llquom and lla*an.
BILLIARDS.
FOOL
MARTIN   IVENS        JNO.  PHILBERT
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealera in staple and fancy Groceries
Butter, Eggs.
Oamp and Minors' Snpplies.
A Client Wants Us to Get an Offer for Two
Good Dwelling Houses on Cherry St
Owner lives out of town and is anxious to make a quick
deal.   Call and see us for particulars ; we can
make it worth your while.
Brydges, Blakernore & Cameron, Lti
PAP QAT T7       ON KOOTENAY OUTLET
IVR JH.LJC RIVER FRONT PROPERTIES
Two of the Best Improved Ranches
With luearing orchards and running water on each property.    Theae properties can he pnrchaaed on reasonable terma if sold at once.
T. G. PROCTER
 THK OLDEtT WEAL ESTATE DEALER IN NELSON.
Examination for Assayers for Licence to
Practice in British Columbia.
An Extmlmllon for Auayern will he held In
Victoria on the 27th May and following days.
Kntrance [or any examination muat tie made
ln writing to the Secretary of the Board of Ax-
amlncrs, at least ten daya before the date set tor
benttming of examination, and must be accompanied by the prescribed fee (115)
Any additional information -.Ivsired may he
Obtained from Herbert Carmichael, secretary,
boantof examiners. Victoria.
KlCHAKD McBRIDK,
11 mister of Minos.
Department of Mines,
Victoria, B. C., 16th April, Iin.
NOTICB
Notice Is hereby givon that the Wattsburg
Lumber company nan appjlcd to Ml*1 Uonor the
Lieutenant Governor la council, under the provisions of tbo "Hivera and Streams Act." for the
right to improve Rykertncrcoh.iu the district of
West Kootenay, British Columbia, by removing
the obstructions thorofrom and straightening
thc banks thereof, and to construct dams, bourns,
���lidos and chutes, and make such othorlmpiove-
ments ai may bo necessary for tbc driving and
rafting ot lofts and the II liming of timber theroon
Tho landB to be affected are goverment lands and
Lots 251 and 282, Oroup 1, Kootenay district, and
tbe tolls that arc proposed to be charged, if any,
are suoh as maybeflxedbya Juan of the county
court of West Kootenay.
Dated thii Mth day of March, A, 1). 1907.
WATTSBUKG LUMBER CO.
BACK TO HELSON
I have just returned to Nalaon and
have opened up at the aame old stand,
and now ready to do all klnda of
PAINTINQ, PAPER HANGING AND
KALSOMININQ. Shop rear of Bartlett
Houae.
W. J. MURPHY.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Acms
of die
Choicest Pratt Lands la
Bnttsh Cohffnwju
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the gronnd floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,    -    Nelson, B. C.
FOR
Quia
SALE
40 Acres First-class Froit
Land on Kootenay Lake 1
Within 14 mile of Sari Grey'a Ranch.
V* mile lake frontage. Free from rook.
Plenty water.   $35 par acre, on terma.
STUBBS <& PITTS
PRUIT LANDS
REAL ESTATE
Tenders Wanted for the Forchue of a
Mineral Claim.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned, at his
ofllce in the Court Houae, tn tht City of Nelson,
���rill be received up till the hoar of five o'clock,
in the afternoon, of Friday, May Slat, UOT, for
the purchase of the "Bllrer Champion Mlaeral
claim," Lot 3188, Group 1, Kootenay DUtrlet,
which was dcclated to he forfeited to the Crown
at the lax sale held in the City of Nelson, on the
6th day of November. 1906, for delinquent taxes
up till June aoth, 1905, and eoata.
lhe upset price upon the said mineral claim,
which includes the amount of delinquent taxes
and costs at the time of forfeiture, with Interest,
taxes which have since accrued, costs of adver*
lUitig and fee for Crown Grant ��25 00.) litn.iK.
which In Uie least amonnt that will be considered
ai a tender.
Eacn tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque for the full amount of the tender,
payable to the order of the Deputy Commissioner
of liud and Works, at Victoria, ft C, at par.
Dated at Kelson, B C, this 80th day of April,
1907.
HARRY WBIOHT,
Government Agent, Nelson, B. C
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Tenders addressed to Ue undersigned, at his
ofllce tu the Court House, in the City of Nelson,
will be received up till the hour of flveo'clock In
ine afternoon, of Friday, Hay Slst, 1901, tor the
pureliase of the "Bryan Mineral Claim." Lot
1699, Group 1. Kootenay I iatrUit, which was
declared to be forfeited to tbe Crown at the tax
gale held ln the City of Nelson, on the 6th day
of November, 190.V for delinquent taxes up till
June SOth, 1905, and costs
Tbc upset price upon the said mineral claim,
which Includes the amount of delinquent taxes
and costs at the time of forfeiture, with Interest,
taxes which have since accrued, cost of adver-
tistug, and fee for Crown (.rant ($25.00,) Is 193.81,
which is the least amount that will be considered
wa a tender
Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque for the full amount of the tender,
payable to the order of the Deputy Commissioner
of Undsand Works, at Victoria, B.C., at par.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this With day of April,
���"7 HARRY WRIGHT,
Government Agent, Wilson. B. C
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Victoria Day,
May 24th
LACROSSE
AT
KASLO
Medicine Hat ts. Nelson
Land Registry Act
Take notice that an application ha
to reuUtvr Hugh Ross Llnklater aa t
has heen made
....._  _  _��the owner in
Fee Hmpla. under a Tax Sale Deed from Robert
A. Keuwiek, Deputy Assessor of the Nelson Assessment district, to Hugh Ross Llnklater, bearing date tho7th day of August, A. D. 1906,of all
and singular that certain parcel or tract of Und
aud premises situate, lying and being In the
Town of Balmo, In the Provlnoe of British
Columbia, more particularly known and desoribed as Lot IS, Block "V", Town of Salmo,
(Map Qt'l), beiug a sub-dtvlsionof Lot 2Qfta, Group
l, Koolenay district.
You and each of you aie required to contest
the clalnxof the tax purchaser within fourteen
days from the date of the service of this notice
upon you, aod in default of a caveator ccrlitica*e
of lis pendens being tiled within sueh period,
you will be forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or ln respect of the aald
land, and I shall register Hugh Ross Llnklater
as owner thereof.
Dated at land registry offlce. Nelson, Province
of British Columbia, this 21st day of February,
A. D. IW.
H. F. MacLEOU,
District Registrar.
To Uunlock A.Henderson.	
NOTICE
In tbe matter of an application Ior the lusue of
a ilujiltt-ate of Lhe Cerllllcate of Title ot Lotus anil
4, Block IB, Loi 9, Block �� anil Lot 1*2. Block Jo,
Neluon City (Map. m and 'ASA )
Notice Is* tuToisy given that it la my Intention
to tflmie a duplicate of the Certificate of Till* lor
tbe alisire lotA Ht tbu expiration of oue month after
the flrat publication hereof lu tbe name ol Fntoi
Jaoolsy anil Kmlt 1'ohll, wblch (ertiflcate of Title
li dated the 4th day ol January, 1307, and nuab-
end��Mn.
B. V, MicUtOD,
Dlatrlet Baf Hirer.
Land Reflntry Offlce, Nalaon, B.C
Vb, April, IW.
$1.50 RETURN
Leave Nelson 8 a. m.
Leave Kaslo   7 p. m.
Tickets os Sale at Ci ty Ticket Office
B. J. OOYLE,           J. S. GARTER,
A,U. P.��., Vancouver, D, P.A.. Nelaoa
W.   O.   aiL,L,BTT
Gontraotor -nnd
Bulldvr.
Sole agent for the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd..
retail yarda. Hough and dreeaed lumber, turaad
work and bracket,, Coaat lath and ihlnglee, mat
and doom. Cement, brick and Ume for sale.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and fuctory: Vernon St.. eaat ol Hall
NBLSON, B. O.
P. U. Boa -KI. Telephone IM
r. C GREEK     F. F. H-RKH      A. H. oun
GREER BROTHERS AND BURDEN
CM1 Engineers, Dominion asl British
Colombia Land Sarverors
COR.VICTORIA k KOOTENAY STS- RELSOR, 1C
1*.0. Iai 145   none UII.
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application lor tbe luue ol
a duplicate of the Cerllflcato of Title lor an D
divided S of lot OU. group I, In the dlitrlel ot
        ������srvn.tfac���**- ��� "
*"     Ilia rar luten___
Oral publication be.uu, ��� dss^licaTo~oltheCertll.
Koolenay (exeunt part ra.a acrea thereof:)
Noilce la heruliy alven that 1111 m, Intel
to tissue at the expiration of one month after t
rate ol Title for the above m tttloned landi, In
the name of Malcolm UcCormlck, wblch Cartll-
cate lilUleil the wth September, IW, and num-
bered164A. *
jUndUtf.tr, Offlce, Ngaog,JM^AjjUM,
Dlatrlot Itffitm
| \
The Daily Canadian
CUT GLASS
We  have   -_--.   r-v.-. .nt   ���:���'.   rise   Cisad.**-.   Ca:   {
G'.m v zxv'.rv. ������--. 'st.    The fbapes and designs
art sit-x  -vv. lhe prices remarkably low. >     =...   - ;E. ���
SEE :"? HW DIS? L AT.
J. O. PATENAUDE
M��Mr*cnniMi Watchmaker aad Optician
N ��� -. ���:  _-   *- -
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SPRING IS HERE
8UGGES-,'SG
HOUSECLEAMS'G
Our Stock is Complete
soiPS. scap pca:er8.
AWVO'ilA. LYE. ��:--
Here aft :*-s S-:3": S:tcia!t:
25 31b.  BARS   HOMESTEAD  t-'V.
72 BARS GOLDS'. WEST '0- S2"=
Bell Trading Co.
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>Bl_SON.   B. C.
J. FKilD HUMS. Ppmnsx.
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:. Pi.::s_ Crh-rj.nl Es; "_ F u_
Vary. ;;:*jL5��: C- O. Reiser**. F J.
F :-:-1 loan T. A. Hi--r.
sob. C- :. ��� 7 B T - . erfaa ;;��� -
fai.s K * r riii rfflefl Mn Mc-
Knan R^bss: G. P. D_rs.T. Vaacoa-
-.*..-   v.' ; Ban, Ifratwl; Mr* __. e.
KM    0��i3J!M.
NOTICE
tMUMtMm AKD0UHDN   trtiallj iiuii-l
-4 k, ti*:?
hakby *:::-ly*..
Hmi Kt-M IUssML
Old Curiosity Shop
it you ract to buy or &<-Il an-s'tiiiiig,
go *--. -X- Old Corio-EliT shop. A new
Une of Ja-pane-6* (ko.-**! nor on sale.
KH klnda of Dtonerrar.*. in stock. Pit-
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acr<_ Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
E E. Croadsdaile & ��;
Next Door to Bank of Commnce.
SAMUEL- A.  WYE
HEATING  ENGINEER.
T.  s   KcFhanM  k.  C   n-iinMl.
Victors*. W 1_ Ct-nnain. R. E Hatt.
Yancout-'r. B Sir^f-son and rife. Slocan; I. Hainan. Winnipeg; A. Anderson, Trail; H. J. Bell. Bonninston; L.
A Qupbell, A. H. McNeill. Kossland;
L Dreyfus. New York; E J Kelly. Cas
cade: Henn- Steele. Gran j Fork-: C. A
Procunier, Revelstoke.
QUEENS
R Baker. Midway: A. Kowal-esky.
Wlnlaw; R. Oi!leti, Slocan: A. J. White
and w;f.. Ca!eary: J. Houston, Winni-
1^?: J. McClish. T. Tradden and wife.
-S ns J. R. Rowley. Sirdar: C. W.
Wallace. Mrs J Scott. Mrs. R. Scott. C
Ferguson. Spokane; C. E. Tallon, Toronto.
BARTLETT.
II Murray, M. Simpson. Cranbrook;
R Wilson. Ross'_ind.
GRAND  CENTRAL.
I. lrrine. Vancouver; H. Jones. Ains-
worth: S. Sheedy. Spokane: S. C. She-
dy, Northport;   G.  Lane, Cranbrook
ROYAL.
M. Mo:re. T. Douglas. Crescent
TREMONT.
A. Gray. Kokanee. D. Campbell. Rossland: H Junes Ainswonh: Mra. Al-
brysht. Greenwood; T. Rock. Boswell:
J. Sullivan, F Davidson. Cranbrook: A
Sutherland. Slocan: G. A. Pinker. Siocan
All Klnda of Heating Planta in Stock.
SANITARY PUMKNO.
Victoria SL, Nr. ODe-a House.      Tel. 181.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Build*** will And it to th"ir an-
vinsage to nw onr Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
Limited.
Wanted to Buy
We* hav**- & buyer for a good bous*:
in the dUtrici west of Hendryx Si. and
iMtWOMI Observatory and Carbonate St
Trice must bo right. We have buyers
for bouses in overv [.art of citv.    Se*
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER ST.
WANTED.
TWO .iJURT BO V��_ ���;���.,), ��t,rk; row! ware*.
Aprl| M..->n_ttr 0-k��
Gout) p*aBT EOT Itir iltllr.rr t}��rk at f* P e.
Tsslef mpli s'fflpei    A(,p]j at on:-* at -ffiee.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney S^ee;-
Ing, Carpet C'eaning, Fixing and Cleaning  Stovea, etc.
JACKSON   RAOCL^FE.
1*1 Eaat Baker 8L Phone No. A1M
Three Show Cases
and Two Counters
FOR SALE
A ''-'KER SPANIEL, W*tmrammmWmmmm-���T
: r r     Potl Ofllr* Hci WKi
IT 0HC1 tatmaiM tttm Kxu�� rc^-.
���wtr+t to txj*rt. Aiilrrtt V. H Xrmtter.
Mima, B C . or tsaM mt tte nUl in NcJtoo
C"*OK -Hotel, tth WiiirtM H6; tt o&c*   Pfcooc
ttt*
r tlmo  witfc tori offlct nf^ntn'* r**k�� a
po*-i:ioa.   kpf*J vox %%%, Nelwn, B. C
EPQEKMAK mnl a Setter lor mm u Moyle
Applj mt Mill, or onr offlft Neiwa, l-orto Bux>
TO LET
IWO RMr-UUtM hi-OK-i. ...->- lmate.    Ap
Pst h.��uj**-i_*T*r. *r_ Hal, K.W. c. block.
BfV'H   OF   KElS.
Isssrti
LOST.
K*iam to Cha.
W. c4. THURMAN,
Tobacconist   Bate Street
FOR SALE
hp.a* corket. Two thsaht h aai a, Wj��fc
J tm tor Price. Apply M. ;. h. Bos 1101.
Nelton.
HELP WANTED FOR SAWMILLS.
2 11 HMI. I  ti���n
rider*. 1   *'   -. ;.-. i-
aat* 1 Tallymen an<_
:|ht,) Ctrt-uUi *S**ryer,
ly-crrr*. C&(!ne*ri R^ts-eid. ta**. all. beir *-'f
al! Wn-la. AFPly Gto. P. Well*. Box ML
Ne^on.B.C.
���M   a   general   r.s*
:������_  -.   ���   ia?      r= 't-:   i,
Sy-��c: ��ie;--t v��.
Tea. Arcbdeaco* Henry B**r. of Kaslo. Rev. C- A Prc<3Hier. of Revelfftoke.
aat6 Eer H. Steele, of Grind Fort?
ar& ia \��e city at;ending a i&eetint: of
-'.���'���-     ���������.--.-
of tke diocese of Kootenay.
Sc'd His Ranch.
MQei Otnafl has sold his ranch oa
A';:v Lake. t*o mi^es from Barton
; J E. Annable. The propen?
U a splendid one. comprising 2** teres
There are a large number of fruit trees
: ii--r. ���. l ' -".-':. -. : *--..: ';..-
year. Mr. Annal>;e win snbdi-nde the
ranch tnio S^acre  i-k>ck& wi place ::
Lst��rtrs' G* :-a-:e -
Macy men employed in mines or lum-
be-r caT.ps feel aggriexed orer the wm]
in which thev are paid. In some cases
:tij .-eceiTe cbeqaes on outside banles.
aad after losing a day's work, paying
'i.-c 'o S-zlm-in, sid expenses here, have
also to ��ub_rii to a discount from the
_�����:- Ti:*:- .f -z-s r ;r..;.-> On >n.i.:
i_i   _:/; ".-. re_i--':*..���'.n .= -_j*.*:.ceib>
Horwr tr.e Dead.
Since  the  announcement
feater*
V. ;._:i!Tj
.:_-7 ''iL-ilan office to obtain, if possi-
:hr dead >>urnalist s last illness. Many
were -anxious to contribute towards a
wreath to t-e placed on his coffin, but a;
the funeral has in all probability already
taken place this was abandoned. In an
informal way it was proposed to start a
list toward placing a monument over
his grave, and if the residents of the
province for which \V. F- Luxton gave
up the best years of his life make any
move in this direction there will be liberal contributions from old friends in
Nelson. Canada has not had w many
patriots that the death of a Jian like
Mr. Luxton can be allowed to pass without public recognition. By all mean=
let a monument be raised to the man
who fought without hope of persona:
:a:r. the battle of Manitoba
Probably  Drowned.
A message from T. M. Sturgess this
afternoon re-quested Harry Wright, government agent, to Instruct the provincial police that a Chines* employee was
missing and probably drowned. Over
the teiephone Mr. Sturgess informed
The Daily Canadian that the Chinaman
had been seen going towords the shore.
Later Mr. Sturgess called but got no
answer. Finding that the Chinaman
was neither at work nor in his own
shack, he began a search. He found an
old canoe which had been drawn high
up on the beach, caught in the bttfcei
cJose to the water. Presumably it was
placed In the water by the Chinaman
who lafr fell out of iL Mr. Sturgesp
had frequency warned him that ?he
canoe was unsafe. His hat also was
found among tbe trees by th*1 water
The lake there is deep and at this season not very clear. No trace of the missing Chinaman had been found up to
3:45 p. m. Mr. Wright promised to re
port to the provincial police as ��wm as
possible.
The Store of Quality
Jelly
Powders
SOME EXCEPTIONAL FLAVORS
CHAMPAGNE
PORT
SHERRY
CLARET
WILD CHERRY
CHOCOLATE
MAPLE
PISTACHIO
All Other Flavsra in Stock
2 Packages for 25c
Rob.M.Hood&Co.
K. W. C. Blort . Phmae 19
WM. S. DREWRY
A M Can   See. C. E
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL  LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office: B-ealer Building.    P. O. Box 434
blur $t_ NELWN, I. &
Australian ^tmoa
Mutton
BUTCHER CO.
.��   .   I-I   hi'-k'- *ta i
Fresh and Salted Meats
lores i-r,:-. N *:-
2 Pound Tins 45c
Cm Am .Benedict
E.  C.  TRAVES    Manage.
THE: HOOVER HOME
Cts* :���:' ssss y.ss: S<~: l:>a*j::: x
lx:i-7 Wi*^5 L ::: Sik.
NEW CHRONICLES OF REBECCA,
by Kate Douglas Wi
THE PRIEsT, by Harold Bji
THE FLYERS, by -       -       Geo. Ban* McCucb
THE SECOND GENERATION, David Graham J__.
HALF A ROGUE.       - - -       Harold Mc&,
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ll
CCR  BAKER   and  WARD. Phone 81
Comer Silica aui J*jf*;h:_�� Sts.
PHONE   7
Wt Eit�� loiij Record i Siapnent of
500
Volumes
���OF  THE���
Seaside Library
Price 25 Cents Each
Ti,.   ;-   ��� ��� -:-.-(    s'.i
-. .    :���_:..>-- -.���-.:   77-.   :.-
���    half a mii-t of lata fjt��U_^   :
.���-..'���    -   :
Th.  c*t:ra: ������ -   -      '    s: -'
acres, mMSh M -----        -r*��e,ic-
-.���    .-. - -            --     ' --'���
-  s   ;   ii I ��: ' -   i"
���:. iir fronta.r * -   ri
._���--.    ���  : �����.: -' -   -     ������  ���
; ���  -    -;      "  -   *
a: mv h:~e
N. HOOVER.
Th- 5ea��;de Library h :'.
tabliahed Khes of pap-_r tetmt 7
:n Ameri-ca.   It in��*-*'-- .-- .   '. ' Ul   -
r.-r.ins  freTl    np   inlo   U--:    tl      ���  ���   -
Tlt-j* are oid -standards ani v.    ���--.--.
fBTorilea lhal will be read a=  . \-
litf.n are people who read books
THESE    500    VOLUMES    WHICH
WE   HAVE   JLST   RECEIVED
ARE    THE    CREAM     OF
THE     WHOLE     LIST.
W. G. Thomson
SSSSf "d Nelson, B. C.
Phone 34.
Bargains!    Bargains!    Bargains)
Oof Fancy Vestings Most Be Sold
This  Month   Regardless  of Cost
Yoi can  buy  Wash Veatinjt for |1.00. worth tiM.
Mi.:is't Veita, dcsibie and tingle breasted, for 13.00. wo-tfctfjl
See '.-'.-  i-i buy row while the select.on is good.
TAYLOR & McQUARRlI
A A 2JE����* S^�� St.f Nelson, B. C
irlSSiSS!*
STANDING    COMViTTEES.
Executive Staff of 20OX C ub Meet fo"
Organization.
The executiTe eoaOBtttea of ttM  -
ChA held ita first tagaatr meeting
since the adoption o' i oamatKtmtMaa yesterday afternoon a; 5 o'clock in the secretary's office.
The secretary wm Im|i wiai to attend the Katfo V;c;or;a Day celebration
on behalf of the club. The order of the
second lb,wi copies of the advertising
pamphlet was authorized.
Standing committees for the year
were then struck as follows, wiih the
convener named first in each case:
Finance���Messrs. Deasy. McMorris
and Widdowaon.
Advertising���Messrs. Jones. Annable
and Webb.
Improvement and reception���Messrs
Deane. Wright and Beeston.
Emertaiame..:���Messrs.Dyer. Joy and
Nelson.
FOF^SALE
Brand New Art Bell Piano
CHEAP.      APPLY
John T. Pitttt, Baktt St.
Lipton's Teas
W�� are in rec-wpi of a shipment of
Up'.on's Teaa direct.
Half Pound Tin   So. 2   2i��
0"e Pound Tins   Nc. 2   .5$c
Half Pound Tins   Ha.  1    90c
0n�� Peund Tips   No. 1    Wc
| New Spring Goods Arriving Daili
A complete    -e cf .... -    -aie Soft and Hard Hats In Stock.
Also a ful. range of Bo:ti and  Shoea-    "WALKOVER" our
Specialty.
J. A. GILKERl
BAKBS SrRltBT. NELSON.
fr^��"_?��?r'*v ���:
I
V
i
Spring is Here
J. A. IRVING & CO.
TelejAoue 161.
HOUSTON BIyOCK
PERSONAL.
James Thompson will leave tomorrow
morning on a visit to Glasgow. Stsotland.
Mire. J A Kelley returned from Spokane last evening after a visit extending over two months.
T. G. Procter is moving his oflce-into
the premises hitherto occupied by the
Confederation Life in the Madden block
Al. Gray of Kokanee Creek, '^ar*-.
next Monday for Spokane to conclude
���some d)��!s before departing for
Haxelton.
Mrs. G Erickson ind Mrs La_g_ton
returned from Rossland this tr, rmtsst
They paid a visit to the Pythian Sisters
in that city After the lodze meeting
they wwe entertained by the
in a royal manner
The Queen in Italy.
Rome. May U ���Qmsb Alexandra and
Princess Victoria arrived here today
from Naples where thi\v landed from the
British Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert.
Tbey are going to Paris aud London owing lo the health of the Princess, who.
It is r-eponesd. is suffering from anaemia,
aid wishes to consult some noted
physicians.
At Sea.
Pittsburg. May !_.���When the genera!
synod of the Reformed Presbyterian
church convened in Alleghany today
the 1&5 delegates were at sea over the
question of the election of a moderator.
There were three candidate mentioned,
the Rev. G. Shaw, the Rev. J. M. Foster of Boston, and the Rev Thomas Mc
Fall of Nova Scotia, but the contest was
so close that it was thought a deadlock
would result. The synod mat opened
by the Rev J. R_ Wylie of New Galilee.
Pa., the ms-sderator of the last synod
Final adjournment is ex-pected on Tsi.-s
day ei-enitsg. May 2��th
Prices of  Metals.
New To'k. May _2��� Silver, 66Hc:
copped. l*:j^c: lead. lfi.
London. May 22���Silver. 30��id.- lead
��1!*. 17s.. ��d.
Father  of  House  Dead.
London.    May    22. ���George    Henry
Finch, known as "Father of the House
of Commons.*' having represented Rut-
I land in the House for 40 years, died
| at  his   residence,  li-jrley-On Hill.   Oak-
s ham. Rutland,  this  morning.    He wis
born In USI, and in politics waa a con-
j servallve In favor of the removal of the
i burdens of the agricultural class.
���������	
French Lighthouste Gone.
Bordeaux. May 22 ���The lighthouse on
i Point de Lacoube-c at the entrance of
j the Garonne, which was IM feet high
and had a light which was among the
most powerful In France, was so undermined by the sea that It fell rmU
' No one was hurt
We have prepared for this season by passing into stock i.i
requisites for the ranch .r, gardener or householder. SpiAr
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Spading Forks, Tree Prnners,
Tree Sprayers, Small Garden Tools, Etc.
Prompt afUntiOT paid lo  letter order*.
J. H. Ashdown Hardw<
Company, Limited.
NELSON   IRON   WOR��
ENGINEERS   AND CONTRACTORS
FOUNDERS AND
MACHINISTS
a. A. ISAAC
R. W.  HINTON'
Repairing and Jobbing eiacut-Kl s* Itrs lnan��t.h.   smmiW
Work, Mining and Mill Mushlnen .      Manutacluran' I
Or* Cars,  B.  ft.   Comr,._t,,r.-  Cars.
NBLSON,   B. C.
Spring Stock lust Opened Upj
Carload Linoleums and Carp-eta
Rrom Gla��i[ow, Scotland.
Best Qualities at Low Prise*.
Standard Ftif nittire Compaq
Hues A Rive l-uoot
0-sOeroi^.r kisiiswi
Msr-*.-*.: *4t,:ufT St.ur.mm
CaopkU H��8< FarBJhffl
Un-tatiktfJ,    Ea:!uliK��
A.G. LAM BERT &C<
m^iSmm Ltimbef, Shingles,
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, WlndoW*J
Turned Work and Brockets. Mail Ord.M�� prousptly ����
 VPHWUH 8THi;HT   -   -   .   .Msl.H()V B. C.
JUST RECEIVED
Consignment of SLATER fine
Shoes for men, both in high
and low cuts, and we can assure you they are up-to-the-
minute in every respect
Launch and Boat
SUPPLIES
Wt alwiyi orry in stock and will be pleated !�� ���upp'
wanta in
LAUNCH AW) BOAT REQUISITg
fluvti son
2.MS.II-S.
"tl!-* H��,ts-
Mum Panu
5"rr *,__/ -��-.u v.rniiii
ttr.. ttt.
���   . ���, t'"_
c.n ����r^1"*
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co.
Wlxsltsalt
.NKLSON
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