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NELSON, B.C., MONDAY, JULY 8, 1907.
ONTH
I'BRIDEJLEASED
imier Makes Statement
in Montreal
ItSTION NOT SETTLED
[Will Remain in Provincial Politics
ut  Thinks  Party  Will  Win
Scats in Federal Campaign.
ntrsal. July 8.���"The people of the
ivince mt* at my buck, and we will tn
th carry the war inio Africa.    I  was
1  received and  well  treated In Lon-
and   as   I   guliied   the   point   for
|rh 1 nought, I am well satislled. Hut
can   nay  emphatically   that  Ottawa
not heard the Inst Of the provincial
���Idles." said  Hon.  Kichard  McHrlde,
mlcr  of  British  Columbia,   Saturday
hi.
r. McHrlde arrived In Quebec Friday
the Empress of Ireland, and reached
mtreal on a special train from the un-
mt   capital.      lie   will   not   return   to
tish  Columbia  for  a   few   days,  and
liiK  his   stay here  he   will   be entered  by   the   I^afontalne  Club  at   din-
He   returns   to  Canada  after his
m months" sojourn iu the chief city
the   Empire,   "prouder  thau  ever  to
a Canadian."
utinulnK   the   discussion   of   subsi-
8, Mr. Mctirido said:
went there, on behalf or the prov-
*\ to  protest against  tbe  scheme  of
eadjustment of our  provincial suhal-
(������ nn',   made   final  und   unutterable
the Imperial parliament.    I saw  l> 1 ��� i
n, uud consequently hud tuuny Inter-
iws   with   Winston   Churchill   aud   Sir
ncia Hopwood. permanent under sec-
iry.
^Finally,    after    some    weeks'    hard
k, i received from Lord Elgin a let-
tstatlng thut  wlun the measure was
"educed the words "tlnal und unalter-
would   lie  eliminated      Had  those
���ds   retnnlned,   all   possible   recourse
r a  decision  had   been  mude would
b  been shut  ofT."
*|l:'   McBride's attention was drawn to
mpatch from WiimipeK which sUttod
he   would    opiMNie    Hon.   WilUatn
pieman, minister of inland revenue,
H^viciorlu at the next general elections.
.  KM disclaimed any recent  Intentions ui
MeMiu'  u federut ti;*.ht
HI    have    been    away    from    Victor u
flflHee months,'' be said, "and during that
pjbe   inive   ilevoied   myself   exclusively
" W"h|- mission  which  look tne to I.#uu-
&. 1 have given federal affairs no pur-
^plar concern, but I do not hesitate to
tthat the federal Liberal party will
? to make a hard light in llrltlsh Co-
bla at the next elections if it is to
In a single seat in that province."
:4t|     IN   SPITE   OF   WAR   TALK
H^nese   Admiral   Yamamoto  and   Staff
; Will   Be   Well   Received.
Hhcw   York   .July   X.���-Admiral     Huron
HHttamoto, who was Japanese minister
Of .murine  duriin;  Hie   UtiHslan-.Iapaueso
*1f^r,    will    he   the    next    dist liigulsheil
guest  from  Jap tin  to  he  entertained  In
the   United   Slates.     Admiral   Yamaoto
will arrive here from   Liverpool on  the
-.���teamer Cannaula,   which   in   due   Wod-
Maday.     Admiral   Yamamoto   i��  one of
Jfcpan       fori-most    naval    n Ulcers,      and
OOmrs here to study the latest naval 1m-
��VDveiiit>nts        lb'    will    lie   warmly    wel-
iftled   by   American   naval   officers   and
��� the courtesies  of   the   Republic   will
Htendorod him.    The admiral and his
StfcfT will  he as  liberally  entertained as
^���B (lenerul Kurokl on his recent visit
^^Rhls country. The programme will in-
^^���fle probably u visit  to the president
Bpyster liny aiitl a luncheon or dinner
���.otior of the visitors by the .lupanesu
fpetary at the Hotel Astor.
Murdered   for   Revenge,
frantford, OnL, July 8.���Wm. K. Alex*
, manager of a lurgo hardware con-
l in Havftim, Cuba, was brutally mur-
led in his hod on the night of June
It   last.      Ho   had   been   instrumental
Jie time ago  in securing  the convlc-
tin  of some  Spanish sailors  for steal-
hardware    from    stores   and   it.   Is
^Bttght   one   of   these   committed   tho
4*ed.    IHh wife and family reside hero.
Dreyfus to Retire.
HjfParis, July 8.���It is tstatod in military
^���Circles that Alfred Dreyfu.. the former
Cifcptnln of artillery who was sentenced
Oil the charge of treason to Imprison-
ment on Devil's Island, is shortly to re-
Be from the army, accepting a pension.
Strike  for a Tramp.
Hllrassla, Cal., July  8.���As a result  of
JHe arrest of u tramp for insulting thu
Ipilnn  flag during tho military   parade
on Garibaldi I fay. the labor exchange
has voted for a general strike, which
has been effectively carried out. The
situation is serious.
FISHING   INDUSTRY   REVIVES
Best Catches for  Many  Years Reported
From   Great   Lakes.
Cleveland, July  S.���For the past decade there bits  been  a   tailing off iu the
quantity  of  fled   caught   in tin> Oreat
Lakes; this year, however, the nets of
the fishing eompaitlcH all along the
chain of lakes have almost Invariable
been overrunning with fish when lifted
Tlie present season promises one ol the
targqpt catches of Bah recorded In many
years. The usual output of the hikes
for several years past has been dose tu
160,000,00 annually, of which Lake Brfe
produced over half. During the spring
GO per cent, of the catch is blue pike,
while perch, herring and white ttsh
make up the remainder. In the summer
season 80 per cent, of the catch is her
ring, with blue pike and white fish composing the remaining 10 per cent. The
success of the hshermen. who lish every
day during the year, contradicts the
supposition that the lakes' supply of
Bah is giving out. The increase in the
astch this year Is doubtless due to the
protection of flsh given by the various
slate laws prohibiting Ashing during the
winter season and to the law regulating
ihe size of the mesh of the nets. The
guvernmeii! spends thousands of dollars
each year in propagating fish in the
Great Lakes, which supply about half
of the flsh consumed in the United
Stales. Although the supply was greater this spring, yet the price pructlcally
was unchanged owing to the high price
of meat, which oauaed a greater demand
for  flsh.
EXHIBIT IS PKEPARED
Splendid Display of Kootenay  Products
of All  Kinds for Fairs on the
Prairies.
Those who have charge of the exhibit
for the Winnipeg Fair are having a \
busy time of it. In the rear of Alderman Annables office there are a number
or boxes partly filled with the exhibits,
and Messrs. Mcl'hee and Hyslop, who
will accompany the exhibit to Winnipeg,
are busy getting everything packed
away, so that the products of the Kootenay will arrive iu good shape a', the
Prairie capital.
If the exhibition took place a little
later in the season, the display from the
Kootenays would have ue��-u bctt-or, but
even early as it is, there will be many
things that will open the eyes of the
visitors to the Winnipeg exhibition.
There will be a large variety of Koote-
nuy glasses. The clover is a particularly lino specimen, being over six feet in
length, and will afford some Idea or the
remarkable vegetation of the Kootenays. There are all descriptions of bottled fruits, such as cherries, strawberries, currants, gooseberries, peaches,
pears, plums, quinces, nectarines, etc.
The fruit on branches will be shipped
later on.
The Kaslo people have forwarded a
collection of stuffed animals that should
prove un attractive feature of the ex-
riutt. The mineral exhibit will be one
of the best ever sent out of the Kootenays. It was prepared by T. O. Procter,
and is a credit to that gentleman.
The product of Kootenay Lake in the
way of flsh will be shipped on ice, and.
there Is no reason why it should not he
a good one. Much pains has been taken
with this exhibit, and those In charge
are pleased with it.
Much credit is due to the ladles of
Nelson for their efforts in connection
with the preparation of the floral display. They extended to the committee
the privilege of going into the gardens
and securing the best specimens. In
addition to this they will forward from
day to day to the managers of the Koo-
tenuy exhibit at Winnipeg a splendid
collection of Nelson-grown (lowers.
Inasmuch as there will have to be a
great deal of the exhibit shipped to
Winnipeg from outside points, it is desirable that all those outside of Nelson
who are going to send In exhibits
should forward them direct to Winnipeg addressed to "Kootenay Exhibit,
Exhibition." All express charges have
been arranged.
Brandon Crop Report.
Brandon, Man., July S.���The latest
crop reports from the country south of
Brandon show the crop in that section
Of the country to bo coming along as
favorably as can he expected considlng
ihe late start It received. In the Brandon Hills section the wheat is fully 21
Inches high and in the short blade. The
splendid weather of the past week or
so is accountable for tills remarkable
growth. On Wednesday the wheat lu
this part of the country averaged 10
Inches In height. On the Sunday previous It only measured six inches; thus,
in about, 10 days It has grown nearly
L5 Inches. Thomas Lowes, one of the
big farmers In the RoHolnnd district,
was In the city today und he speaks In
glowing terms of the crop outlook. Thu
Wheat Is now in the short blade, Mr.
Lowes says, and Is strong and healthy.
He brought to the city with him today a
���ample ot the wheat, which measured
21   Inchos.
EXPLAINJURPLUS
Fielding's Balance Due to
Raised Prices
COST OF LIVING HIGH
Another Liberal Pre-Election Promise
Fails of Fruition���Trade
Returns Misleading.
Ottawa, July 8.���Ten or 12 years ago
It was the policy of the Liberal party to
make Canada a cheap country to live in.
We do not hear so much of this in late
years, but the statement has become familiar that public salaries must be Increased    because    of   COSt   of    living.      A
Civil Service Commission haa been appointed to inquire Into the conditions
and salaries of civil servants. This
week the Civil Service association, representing nearly li.000 members of the
Inside service, piesented a memorial,
supported by a statement of market
prices of some hundreds of articles in
use by the ordinary family.
Memorialists make it appear that the
price of provisions has increased 33 per
cent, in the last 10 years, that the increase in the price of clothing is at
least 25 per cent., that rents in Ottawa
have gone up 25 or 30 per cent, and
board and lodging in the same proportion. Persons who desire to own their
own home And the cost of building increased 25 or 30 per cent., furniture 15
und 25 per cent, and in such lines as
kitchen goods up to 50 per cent. An
elaborate summary shows that a family
living on an Income of $750 a year
woulj now pay $12.17 a week for the
same articles of common use which 10
yeurs ago cost $9.06. Families living In
a better way on an Income of $2,000
pay $148.94 per month for the same ar
tides which 10 years ago cost $116.76
Another table shows thut typical expenditures for a family of Ave on a salary
of $1,200 have increased from $77.50 to
$100.60 per month.
These statements, which are admittedly correct, go a great deal farther
than the civil service. What is true of
life In Ottawa Ib true in other places.
The man on a salary who has not had
his pay Increased some 30 per cent, in
10 years is worse off than he was In
1897. It is shown by the statement that
the lower the standard of living the
greater has been the Increase in prices.
Articles used by the poor have advanced
more than those consumed by families
in good circumstances. All the talk
that is heard about good times and in*
crease ot business should be considered
In the light of these facts. These are
not good times for a man whose Income
has been increased one quarter while
his outlay has grown one third.
Again, when the manufacturers talk
of Increased trade and production it
must be remembered that even if they
bought, sold or produced no more goods
than before their statement by values
would show an increase of 25 of 50 per
cent. Census Commissioner Blue has Issued statements showing large Increase
In manufacturing operations In recent
years, but he does not state how much
of that increase is due to higher prices
obtained for the same products and
higher prices paid for the same raw material, and the higher cost of plant represented In fixed values. The mlulster
of trade and commerce issues statements showing large increases tn imports and exports. He too makes his
statements on the basis of values and
not of quantities. He could report an
Increase of 50 per cent, on many articles, if there had not been a gain of one
yard or one pound in quantly of traffic.
After all it is no great sign of increased
trade when only the same amount of
goods ia bought and sold and the price
marked  up ��ay  50 per cenL
But it is all gain to the tax collector.
Ho imposes the duty upon values and
not Upon quantities. If the Importer
pays one third more for the snme bill
of dry goods or of hardware, the collector of customs drops in on him and
makes him pay one third more In duty.
Then tho wholesaler and retailer have
to charge their profit, not only on tho
increase of the goods, hut also on the
Increased customs duty. There is no
doubt that the people of Canada aro
paying today in taxation on imported
articles at least one quarter more duty
than they would have paid on the same
goods 10 years ago. This means ten or
twelve million dollars extra revenue for
Mr. Fielding. It enables him to boast
of a surplus. But it compels wage earners to go to their employers with complaints of the additional cost of living.
Householders cannot pay these extra
taxes and have the money to buy tho
things they want or to lay aside for
a rainy day.
Now tho government can make up the
loss to the civil service by paying an
extra salary. Officers receiving $900
can have $1,200, which will leave them
as well off as 10 years ago. But the
government will not increase the pay of
men in private employment in proportion to the increased cost of living It
cunnot return to the farmer the extra
cost of his farm Implements, his hardware, his clothing and other necessaries
of life. It can do nothing for the family with a fixed income?. All these private
persons must suffer or Und some other
source of additional income. At the
same time they must contribute the
amount required to increase the salaries
of the public servants to provide for
their increased coat of living.
The Orand Trunk Pacific company is
working up a magnificent hill of damages against the government. The
agreement was that u section of ihe
road to be constructed by the government from Winnipeg eastward should
be completed this autumn so that the
company, which was building a line connecting with Lake Superior, would
handle tlie crop of this year. The company will have its branch ready, but
the government is a year or two years
behind. S,nsequently the company's
road will stand idle and the claim for
damages will he made. It will be paid,
as everything is paid which the company asks.
Well not quite everything. I>ast year
the company put in a bill for money alleged to have been expended "on construction" of the prairie section. The
bill Included promotion expenses, for a
large part of which outlay the company
submitted no vouchers or details. The
railway department said it was all right
and passed the bill for payment. But
Officer Shannon and Deputy Minister
Courtney held up the account, lemand-
Ing particulars.. Rather than ave the
details published and examined by the
Public Accounts committee the company withdrew the claim. All inquiry
into this bill by the committee of parliament was blocked by the ministers
and their supporters. To make concealment more complete the government
handed back to the company the public documents relathig to the claim. The
Grand Trunk auditor official was summoned to explain the matter to the committee. He disobeyed the order and
sailed at once for Europe. These desperate measures concealed from the
public have the details of the cash payments that were made by the company
to get the contract adopted and the
measure through  parliament.
But there will be no concealment
about the claim for damages affecting
the Lake Superior branch. This bill will
not be withdrawn.
ONTARIO  NOMINATIONS
Candidates   Placed   in    Field    In   Many
Constituencies.
Toronto, July 18.���Centre \ork Conservatives nominated Capt. Thos. G.
Wallace, of Woodbridge. son of the late
Hon. N. C. Wallace.
St. Catherines, July 8.���Lincoln Con-
Kenr^uw-as nominated K. K. Lancaster,
M. P., for the c'w.nums and Dr. Jessop,
M. L. A., for the legislature. Dr. .i-.-v..v,
said he would give up his practice to de
vote his time to politics.
Mllverton. July S.���North Perth Con
servatives have renominated Alex. McLaren, M. P., and Jas. Torrance, M. L. A.
GREAT NAM ACTIVITY
American Bases on Pacific to Be Greatly Strengthened���Orders to Rush
Repair Work.
Portland, Ore., July 8.���A despatch to
the Oregonian from Seattle says orders
have been given to rush the work on
the battleship Oregon and Wisconsin,
which are undergoing extensive repairs
at the yards. The new battleship Nebraska, which went into commission a
week ago, is to have her alterations
made and the crew will be called out
as soon as men can be brought here.
Portland, Ore., July 8.���A despatch to
the Oregonian from Seattle says Admiral Burwell. commandant of the Paget Sound navy yards, has sent an urgent
request that two extra dry docks be
built at Bremerton in addition to the
now dock congress authorized a year
ago, and which the navy department
has Just commenced to construct. The
drydock to be built immediately will be
twice as large as the solitary dock in
the Puget Sound yard, but Admiral Bur-
well believes with the nntural increase
of the American fleet In the Pacific, and
the fact that the deeper draught boats
cannot get into the Mare Island dock,
extensive additions will have to be
made at Bremerton.
London, July 8.���It Is reported that
Director Ishl, of the Japanese foreign
office, has been ordered to proceed to the
United States and Canada, evidently In
connection with the Japanese labor
question. The time of his departure has
not yet been announced.
Victim of Torture.
Rome, July 8.���Tlie criminal court
has ordered the prosecution of-Signor
Doria, the director of penitentiaries, and
another high official, on the charge of
having extorted a false confession from
Pletore Acclnrlto, who was convicted of
attempting the life of King Humbert.
On the evidence thus obtained Acciarlto
was sent to prison, although protesting
his innoncence, where he died
HAS FALLEN FLAT
Crusade Against
of Lords
House
RIDICULED EVERYWHERE
Resolution Finds Luke-Warm Support in Commons and None
at Ail Elsewhere.
London, July 8.���Sir Henry-Campbell-
Bannerman's House of Lords problem,
the proposal of which was heralded
with such a flourish of ram's horn blowing on the opening day of the present
session, has not created the sensation
which it was expected to. The premier
has played his part of knightly championship, but the only importance attached to the academic and important
resolution, which was passed by a majority of 285, is that It might be supposed to represent the main issue upon
which the government intends to appeal
to the country at the next general elec
tlon. \M 4
But, considering how long the moun-
taih has been rumbling, the mouse produced Is a very small and Insignificant
one, not at all calculated to intimidate
or coerce the house of lords. The proposal was distasteful to many members
of the government. But, having introduced the subject in the King's speech,
the premier was obliged to bring it forward at some period of the session.
To be mentioned in the King's si>eech
Is to a public question what being presented at court is to a private person.
It is a formal recognition of a certain
political status, as the other is of a
social one. The subject is thenceforth
among those which may be legitimately
entertained by ministers of the Crown,
and they are entitled to a respectful
hearing by whomsoeve r they are
brought forward.
The premier's resolution has had a
respectful hearing lasting three days,
but it does not formulate a plan. Radical supporters in the press say It is
sufficient at the present juncture, the
proper \w.��v- ���������� taunchlnc a d**ti*vlte
scheme being just before the next general election.
But as the government is determined
not to be hustled into a dissolution that
may not be in the near future the pith
of the proposal is that any party with
a majority of members in the lower
house at any given time shall have the
whole power of the Imperial parliament.
The premier suggests an appeal
against the suspensory veto of the upper
house, but an appeal would be back
again in the lower house, in other words
a retrial by the same jury.
Unionists say that if any appeal is
granted it ought to be to the only higher
authority, namely, the constituencies.
But here again a difficulty is observed
by old parliamentary hands. It Is not
possible in Enghind to fight a general
election on a single issue. If the proposal were a bill, instead of an abstract
academic resolution���and if it became
an act it would practically remove from
the constitution the second chamber altogether���it would give a party with a
working majority absolute power to
carry any btll tt pleased. The glided
chamber could thus be reduced to a
mere machine for registration of its own
decrees.
Much has been heard during the debates In the house of commons about
the "will of the people," and the prime
minister has over and over again emphasized the declaration "that the British people must be masters of their own
house."
It has been remarked that Sir Henry
Campbell-Baunerman will not condescend to read history, and that, he has
forgotten what has taken place during
his own political career. But he cannot have forgotten that the second
Home Rule Bill of Br. Gladstone was
rejected by the house of lords, and that
that action was soon afterwards approved by an overwhelming majority of
the voters.
If "C. H.'s" scheme had been in operation that hill would have become a law
against the "will of the people," which
the prime minister professes to safeguard. The house of lords rejected but
did not prevent Home Rule. Had tho
couutry given a mandate for Home Rule
it would have been granted. The lords
will be quick enough for their own sake
to note when the country has made up
its mind.
War of Gunboats.
Mexico, July 8.���President Cabrera,
of Guatemala, Is negotiating for the purchase of a navy to meet the anticipated
attack of President Zelaya, of Nicaragua, It was learned from a high source
that Cabrera hud recently' secured 1600,-
000 lu gold on a forced loan, and with
this sum he will purchase gunboats. The
Nlcaraguan fleet in the Pacific waters
conslts of three gunboats, also three
gunboats  on   the   Atlantic.
OBJECT TO NEW BULLET.
Cupro-Nickel   Missile   Has   Remarkable
Flat  Trajectory.
Washington, July 8.���Reports from
the Hague conference that a disposition
exists in certain quarters to raise the
question of prohibiting the rifle bullet
adopted by Great Britain, Germany,
France, and America has served to perplex the experts of the army and navy
ordnance bureaus here. Even the medical officers in both services are at a loss
to conjecture what reasonable ground
of objection can be found against tbe
use of tlie new cupro-nlckel, sharp-
pointed 190G model bullet.
It was reported from the Hague that
this bullet was more dangerous than
the "dum-dum" bullet, but the experts
here are a unit In declaring thai, the
aew bullet is, if anything, more humane
than the old bullet, so far as concerns
the nature of the wound inflicted by it.
But according to the ordance officers
in one way, at least, the new bullet is
apt to be more dangerous than the old,
and that is in killing or wounding more
soldiers.
This is not because the bullet deforms upon striking an object, but from
the reason that, owing to ita higher
velocity, the bullet has a remarkable
flat trajectory. The consequence is that,
travelling in an almost horizontal plane,
the new bullet would be certain to strike
an object within the 1.000 yards range
which the old bullet would pass clean
over. Thus the list of fatalities would
probably be largely increased.
APPOINTEDJO OFFICES
Many   Vacancies   in   Nelaon   Pilled   by
Promotion���Local  Men Get
Recognition-.
(Special Correspondence.)
Victoria, July 8.���Appointments were
made today as follows: Chief constable,
succeeding Webster, Devitt; warden,
Jarvis; stipendiary magistrate, succeeding Crease. Webster; mining recorder,
Bradley; clerk in government office,
Hamilton; temporary assistant, Heme;
stenographer in land registry -office,
Elizabeth Johnstone.
E. A. Crease explained In reply to a
request for information that he had
asked to be relieved of the duties of
stipendiary  magistrate.
These duties Air. Crease has performed for many years, gratuitously,
faithfully and efficiently.
It in understood that the new stipendiary, W. H. Bullock-Webster, will not be
asked for gratuitous service.
To a similar request Mr. Webster
said: Yes, I am retiring. I intend to
take up the study of law. I am enrolled
as a law student, have passed my pre*
liminary examination, and will enter
the office of E. A. Crease as soon as I
am relieved here."
Chamberlain's Birthday.
Joseph Chamberlain, the eminent
British statesman whose health for
some time past has been a matter of
grave concern to his friends, was born
July 8, 1836, in London. When he was
20 years old he removed to Birmingham
and engaged in business. In 1863 he began his political career. For five years
he was an agitator, chiefly In support
of a national education entirely free
from denominational control. In 1873
he was unanimously elected president
of the Birmingham school board. Thrice
elected mayor of Birmingham, he reformed and set in order the municipal
government, deservedly earning tne
highest reputation as a municipal administrator. He entered parliament in
1S76. In 1886 Mr. Chamberlain was
president of the Local Government
Board in Mr. Gladstone's cabinet, but
resigned owing to disagreement with
his leader on Home Rule for Ireland.
Upon the accession of Lord Hartlngton
to the peerage Mr. Chamberlain became
the leader of the Liberal-Unionist party
in the House of Commons. His greatest, reputation was acquired as secretary of state for the colonies, which position he filled from 1895 to 1903. In
1888 Mr. Chamberlain was married to
the daughter of W. C. Endlcott, who
was secretary of war in President
Cleveland's first cabinet.
NO n CIRCLE
Declares Frank Phillips
to Press
FEDERATION NOT SECRET
Delegate   From  Nelson   Discusses
Some Problems of Organization
of Western Miners.
Punished on the Spot.
Hang Kow, China, July 8.���The governor of tho province of Nganhwei was
murdered yesterday by a student. Accompanied by the director of police,
the governor was about to enter a
school at Ngankin, capital of tho province of Nganhwei, when the fatal shots
were fired. The director of police seized
the assassin and decapitated him on the
tho spot.
Royalty to Visit Ireland.
London, July 8.���King Edward and
Queen Alexandra started this aftcroon
for Ireland, the second visit since their
ascension. The royal yacht Is awaitim;
the royal party at Holyhead and will
convey them to Kingstown, where the
Kliv.i and Queen will arrive during the
morning of July 10th.
Frank Phillips, secretary of the Nelson Miners' Union, returned Saturday
night from Denver, Col., where he has
been attending the annual convention
of the Western Federation of Miners.
Seen by a representative of The Daily
Canadian this morning Mr. Phillips declared that the convention was one of
the most successful and harmonious in
the history of the Federation.
The financial secretary's report
showed the establishment of 51 new' locals and the enrolment of 15,000 new
members during the year ending March
���list, 1907. This is Interpreted by the
Federation as" a reply to' what they
charge are the efforts of the mine owners and tlie Plnkerton detective agency
to destroy the miners' organisation.
Two of the most important resolution adopted were: one stating that no
obligation must be taken by any member to do anything contrary to his duty
to his God, his country or his fellow
men; the other, that in future every detail of conventions be taken down in
the stenographers' reports and pub- .
lluhed in full, that tbe public may see
that there is no Inner Circle.
Mr. Phillips explains that C. H. Moyer
and W. D. Haywood remain president
and secretary respectively, without reelection. The constitution provides for
election from tho floor of the convention, and nominations mu��t be invited.
This was done but no nominations were
received, consequently the present official!), according to their installation
oaths, hold office tin their successors
are appointed.
There were very few changes made
in the constitution of the executive
board. An alternative was elected for
Jack Slmpkins. Ernest Mills, of Greenwood, is again the executive representative of the British Columbia district.
There were, Mr. Phillips says, several present aa accredited delegates
who are known by the executive board
to be Plnkerton men. No action was
taken. The Federation is not afraid of
anything they can learn, and they prefer having such spies known to them to
others that might get in if they were expelled.
Of the Haywood trial Mr. Phillips did
not wish to say anything further than
that he believed thoroughly in the innocence of the accused men, and was confident that Orchard's evidence would be
proved false.
NEGROES   AMBITIOUS.
Start Fund in South Africa to Sscurs
. Higher Education.
London, July 8,-^-The Rev. Dr. Joseph
Crane Hartzell, who holds a commission as Bishop of Africa from the Methodist Episcopal Church of America, has
come to London to attend the Evangelical Conference, which opens next
week. He speaks very hopefully of the
future of the Transvaal.
"I believe," he said, "that the Boer
War was only a period in the development of Africa, and that In the Transvaal the Dutch will now make rapid
progress under the British flag. The
best elements of both nationalities will
combine. One of the greatest difficulties
now Is that two languages are spoken
by the whites, but that will probably he
overcome. The great problem coming
in Africa Is the uegro problem. The
nation that does the best for the negro
will win out. The negro Ib capable of
being a useful citizen. He has not political rights in the Transvaal, but, being on the same basis as the white man
ii the Cape Colony, he controls certain
districts there. The, negroes have their
own schools in many places In the Capo
Colony. They even have negro newspapers.
"A rather remarkable thing happened
the other day at a mooting of negro
chiefs in the Capa Colony. They actually started a movement to raise $300,-
000 for the higher education of their
people.
Some persons talk of exterminating
the negro. Such talk Is foolish. The
negro Is a race that doesn't exterminate
worth a cent."
Prices of Metals.
New York, July 8.���Silver, OT'ftc; copper, 2t%c; lead, $5.25.
London, July 8.���Silver, 31V4d; load,
��20, 15s.
Got  Five  years.
San      Francisco,      July 8.���Muyor
Schmllx  was  xonlencod   lo five   years
Imprisonment. I
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the same gentleman who ten years ago
had the pleating task of presenting Sir
Wilfrid with the medal of the Cobden
Club.
Under all these circumstances, the revival of a once discarded scheme under
far less favorable conditions than be*
fore, the suddenness of the Impulse, the
violation of his own principles as to
pledging self-governing colonies, and
the zeal shown by his reiterated advocacy of it OD all possible occasions, it
is hard to avoid the conclusion that tne
���'All-Ked Route" has been chosen by Sir
Wilfrid as the cry for a Dominion campaign, to distract attention from the delay in tin' construction of the Grand
Trunk Pacific, from the Incompetence
and Immorality of ministers and from
the Hood of electoral corruption which
has been denounced not only by political opponents but by every religious organization in the land. Whether the
"All-Red" Hag will be red enough to
hide the bhu-kness of his administrative record, depends upon the intelligence of the electors of Canada.
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INHLSON   BRANCH
LAY,   Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated A.  D.  1869.
HEAD OFFICE,  MONTREAL.
Capital.
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Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of Banking  Business.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to the
Savings Bank Department, and
Interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
HOME SAVINGS BANKS Furnished
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
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Baker St..  Nelson, B. C.
BuDscrlptlou rate*, 60 i-tnis a month delivered
Id the ell;, OI 96.00 a year If Mnt by mail, when
paid in ad ��� it nee.
Advertising rates on application.
All monies paid In settlement o! The Dally
Cauadlan accounts, either lor subscription* or
advertising, mu*t be recelpu-d (or ou the printed
forms of tlie Company. Other receipts are not
Talld._
Monday,   July   8th,   1907.
If the reported shortness of weight in
the crates of herries shipped from Kootenay district be duo to any misunderstanding of regulations, the mistake
cannot be rectilied too soon. The provincial department of agriculture and
the Dominion fruit marks inspectors
have heen doing their best by rigid Inspection, by insisting on proper marking and on the destruction of ail Infected fruit, both home-grown and imported, to keep British Columbia's reputation high. Their efforts will all have
been in vain if the growers deliberately
send out light weight boxes and Ciatea
to  the  prairie  markets.
Premier McHride will soon be home
from his mission to London, where he
fought manfully and not unsuccessfully
for the righis of British Columbia. If
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has earned a public reception for his successful demonstration of '���How Not To Do It," Richard McHride has deserved the most enthusiastic welcome the province can
give.
BEGGED   TO   SURRENDER
Business Men Fear Results of Strike on
Intercolonial.
THE LAST RESORT.
The prominence given by Sir Wilfrid
Laurier. and after him by the Liberal
press, to his late advocacy of a t;ist
Atlantic service between Britain and
Canada, has a significance not y< t fully
appreciated even by ihose who remember all the circumstances of Sir Wilfrid's former rejection ol a similar
scheme.
The Conservative government of 1SHG,
led by Sir Charles Tupper. proposed to
Kubbidize such a service. They had in
fact almost concluded a contract for It,
when the general elections of that year
placed Sir Wilfid Laurier and his colleagues In power. Such a service was
in fact a logical forollary of the policy
of developing trade with Britain rather
than with the United States.
On the accession of the Liberals to
pow-er the contract with the Predion
company was cancelled, for no other
reason than that ii had been concluded
under the Conservative government.
For several years following alternative
schemes were attempted by Sir Richard
Cartwright and R. R. Dobell. As usual
they produced no results and were finally abandoned. Nothing more was heard
on the suject from the Canadian govern*
ment until at the closing session ol ihe
Imperial Conference, Sir Wilfrid startled
the Conference, his colleagues, and the
country by making an impassioned ap*
peal on behalf of what seemed for tin.'
moment to be the one cherished object
of his career. The name "All Red" has
of course been borrowed from the
epithet popularly given to the British
Pacific cable project Initiated by Sir
Sandford Fleming and successfully carried out.
It is perfectly ODVloUi that Sir Wilfrid's motion was not decided upon
when he nnd his colh-agucs left Ottawa
to attend the conference. There whb
much  unfavorable  comment and  many
expressions of regret both In Canada
and Britain at the failure of the Dominion government to suggest a single subject for discussion at the conference.
It i's inconceivable that tbe premier
would have concealed his Intention of
advocating a scheme ao likely t�� ��o��*. ��� ������_
with popular approval as the All-Ked
Route, had he had any such Intention
beforehand. Further, his advocacy of it
without notice to the conference or to
the Dominion parliament was Inconsistent with every contention he had previously made. Although the delegates
from other colonies had made no secret
of the matters they proposed to discuss,
Sir Wilfrid taking his cue from tho
British Liberal ministers, had steadily
affected to treat all proposals as new
matter to which he could not commit
Canada even by way of expression of
opinion. In spite of that contention he
finally launched his own motion, when
It was too late to receive anything like
adequate discussion. and absolutely
without   notice  to  anyone  concerned.
Such inconsistency is only possible to
a man who is capable of accepting a
Cobden medal for unalterable devotion
to the principles of free trade, and at
the same time posing as the champion
of inter! m lie rial   preferential  tariffs.
Sir Wilfrid may plead sucessfully that
both parties in Canada have at different
times expressed approval of the general principle of a fast Atlantic service.
That will not explain his silence till tho
eleventh hour of the conference nor hla
subsequent enthusiasm for a scheme ho
once rejected, as if It were a new idea
originated  by himself.
Neither is there any comparison between the scheme rejected In 1S9G and
the one now proposed. In the first
place the cost of establishing such a
service now will be at least three times
as great as it would have been ten
years ago, and probably far more. It
Is, besides, extremely doubtful whether
the engagements entered Into in tlie Interval between the British government
and other Atlantic steamship companies
do not preclude the giving of assistance to a competing line. And,even worse,
ihouuh there Is a comic element In It,
the British Free Traders are In a militant mood and condemn the subsidizing
of steamship services as an indirect
form of preference and therefore a violation of the sacrosanct principles of
Free Trade. That condemnation has
been expressed, by a comic coincidence,
by  the secretary  of the  Cobden  Club,
Halifax, July h.���The Intercolonial
has finally determined to fight the striking checkers aud porters at the Halifax
terminal. As an indication of this they
have inserted large advertisements in
the papers calling for fifty men and offering permanent employment and good
wages to competent men.
The only way that merchants got perishable goods was by taking it from the
freight sheds themselves.
The business men of Halifax have
taken up the strike, and at a meeting
of the board of trade this afternoon they
adopted resolutions asking the government to give In to the strikers. They
fear that the trouble will spread to
oihar unions, and tha.t the ^fr^oi.. -~"��
be permanently t>ad. The men ask 1 < s~>
cents an hour.
In response to the advertisement for
new men to take the striker's places
only one applicant was received today.
Tho resolution adopted by the board of
trade and signed by the president is as
follows:
"That the schedule of rates as submitted by the freight handle's' union of
the Intercolonial, Halifax, he Immediately acceded to temporarily, up and until such time as the provisions of the
Industrial Disputes Act can be fnvoked,
a decision arrived at by the board of
conciliation appointed under the provisions of the said Act. Trade paralysed
by the strike. Immediate action necessary.   Answer."
A number of men who came to the
city today, when they found they were
wanted to fill the places of strikers, refused to go to work.
FOR SALE
Brand New Art Bell Piano
CHEAP.       APPLY
John T. Pierre, Baker St.
IN THE HATTER OF THE
REGISTRY ACT"
���LAND
���AND���
IX THF MATTKK of the Issuance of an
Indefeasible Tille to F. W. Howay
and R. L. Reld to Lots 2 nnd 3,
In Illock 12, City of Nelson.
WhSTHfl th" (IwumcntN 1,,-reiiiHttcr mentioned
tn not tn the DOMSttlon <>! the aforexnld Howay
nnd Reld:
And whereat production ot them ia required
tinder the "Land HSfUtry Act,";
Take notice tliat all or any peraonn having
Iheae document* In their p.).,c��.|on fir having
anv lutercfit In the wame arc required to produ' e
th.; aumc to Ihe Diatrict k<.'Kl**r,,r of [*&d Tltlea
at NcUuu, M. f,\, on or before the 15th dayof July,
1��U7:���
t'onveyance in Fee, from A. Barrelte to Alexander
Carney, dated 2wth October. Jnitl.
Mortgage Jn Fee. faom A. Oarneyand A. Rarrette
to M. McInneK and  P.   Huriia. dated   tlie ���JMb
nl November, IM,
Conveyance. In   Fee   under   power   of   Kale  in
HOrrnjn Irom Malcolm Mcltmi. and P. I'tiri),
Conveyance tn Fee. A. if. Mnchanan lo the Hank
ot Montreal, dated the 24th of AukubI, 1894.
Conveyance in Fee. Rank   of   Montreal.   toRf.au
Marv   Heathco'e   and  Jo.cph   Ilcathcrlngton
Id. ��� ������    dated llth November. 1K��.
Conveyance in Fee, ol an undivided one-'juarter
from   Roie  Mary  Ileathrote to Paul  Johnson.
dated the 'J'Mhof |J, rcmlxr. lata",.
Dated tin. -."ul. day of Mav. A   II.. i-��r.
ft   F MacUIOD.
DUlrlet ll eg lat rar ol Land Title..
American Golf Meet.
Cleveland, July 8.��� I'lity for the Olympic cup, open te teams of this and alll
other countries, will take place today
over the links uf the EDuelld club, this
being tlie curtain raiser lo the national
nateur solt championship, the qualify'
Iiik found for which will lie played
'['ties,lay ami Wednesday. Nine loams nl
four men each, representing different
golf clubs of the United States ami Canada, have been entered lor litis contest,
which win lie medal play, "'* holes, the
team shooting the least number of
strokes for the *io holes getting posses-
siotl   of the   cnveteil   trophy,	
Fot Sale Cheap
BOILJ3R
One 60-lnoh diameter, by 16ft Sin.
lonti. untlorllred, return multi-tubular
boiler, in fair condition, Bighty-two
liVfe-ln. tubes. 2 1-3 x 2 1 -it in. steam
dome. Boiler Is good for testing to 160
lbs. per square inch, and a working [ires-
sure of 80 to no lbs. Mountings consist
of safety valve, stop valve, water
gauges, try cocks. Blttdge cock and
cheek valve, set of fire bars and bearers.
One 9-ln. diameter x 14ln. stroke, high
pressure, variable cut off expansion,
valve engine with governor. Fly wheel
and belt pulley are those not originally
supplied with the engine but are suitable for ordinary requirement. Kngine
has been used to drive electric light
at the smelter and is in good condition.
FEt5P   HBAT1-H
One vertical mulli-tubular exhaust
steam heated feed-water heater, 4 ft.
high, 10*>��in. diameter with openings
for 3-ln. exhaust pipes. Corrugated cop.
per tubes inside through which the feed
water passes. Stop valve, drain cock
and safely valve. Apply to
The Hall Mining & Smelting Co..
nelson, b. c.
Ltd.
VV.   a.    GILLETT
Contractor   and
Sole agent (or tlie Porto RlflO Lumber Co., Kid.,
retail yards. Rough and dresswd lumber, turned
work mid bracket*. Count luth and shingles, sash
and doors. Oment. brick and lime [or tale.
Automatic grinder:
Yard ana factory: Vernon Ht.. eaat of Hall
P. O. Box -23-2. Telephone 17U
TIMBER NOTICES.
Nelsou Land District. District of Weht Kootenay
'iake nMice that George Alexander, nf Kaslo.
It C , occupation mine manager, intend* lo *]���
ply for a spV/eial timber llosnos over the follow
frig described Uud: Cominetieiug at a iwt
planted at the northeast corner of i < I 1006.
i.roup 1, Kooteuay I>i-irlct, theme west 60
chains, thence aouth -to chain*, thenoe east 60
chains, thence north 40 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing -'40 acres, more
or less.
Dated June fl, 1W7. <��BOR*f.E ALIIaM<��,
Nelson Laud District. District 01 Weat Kootenay
Take nolle* that George Alexander, of Kaslo,
B. C, occupation mine manager, intends lo apply for a special timber licence over the following deaonbad lands: Commencing nt a post
planted at the southeast corner 0/ Lot loos.
Group 1, Kootenay District, thence north ho
ehnins, thence west HO chains, thence south so
chatus, thence east 80 ehalus to point of eom-
mem-t-tnent, and containing 64u acres, more or
lets.
Dated June IT, 1*.<07. Ggoitai Ai.fi.nme.
Nelson Land District.   Uw-*-**"��� *e,t Kf>"u,ni��>
ii-. uuiwv mat Geoive Alexander,  of Kaslo,
*B C , occupation mine manager,, intends to apply for a special timber licence over the following described lands- Commencing at * pott
planted at the southeast corner <>r l/'t 1005,
Group 1, Kootenay District, thence north W
chains, theuee east &< chains, iheuce south HO
ebnine, thence west GO chains t:> the point of
commencement, and containing 4>"i acrea, more
or less.
Dated June -!7, 1907. Gkoroe AtiiiNbU,
Nelson Land District. Idstrlct of West KiHitenay
Take notice that George Alexandei, of Kaslo,
B. C, occupation mlue inauagtr. ;nt'-uds toapply for a special timber licence oser the following descrined lands: commeuilmr at a pout
planted at the norttieast comer of Lot 1004,
Group L Kootenay Dlfttrlctt thence west 40
chains, them*; south 160 'hains, thence east 40
ehaius, Ihenee north 180 chains to the point ol
commencement, nnd containing c;o acrea, more
or J ens
Dated June 21, 1907. Grow;* ALIXANUItR.
Nelson Land Diatrict Dlftliot of West Koolenay
Take notice that George Alexander, of Kaslo,
B. C, occupation mine u.Kiiagcr, lntenda Ui apply for a special Umber li'i nee over the follow-
ing described laiios: ( omiuencing at a post
planted at the lotltnwttt comer of Section 18,
fownsbip7. Kootcnny DlltHoti thence north in
��� 'limns to the south boundary of the Indian
Keserve, thence east aNout (0 ciialns to the
southeast corner of said Indian He-serve, thetiee
north 40 chains, tliem e esmt about 70 chains to
the west Ifoundary of i,,,t sij, menee -south so
chains, thunce west So i-IihIuh to the point of
commencement, and containing 600 acres, more
or less.
Dated June 3(7, 1W7. GeoihiS ALlXAKPrit.
Nelson I>and District, DlftrtOt of West Kootenay
Take notice that George Alexander, of Kaslo,
B. <*., occupation mine manager, Intends to ap
ply for a special timber licence over the follow
Ing described lands: < ouiuiencing at * post
planted at the intersection nf the north .Ineof
Hectlon 24, Township 7. Kootenay District, nnd
the east line of the In-llni) Res.-rve, thetiee south
HO ehnins, tlience easl about 70 chaina to the west
boundary of Ia>ih\2, thence north HO chains,
ihenee west about 7u chains to the point of commencement, and containing M�� acres, more or
less.
UaK'd June 27, 1907. Ggonni Alkxanpir.
Nelson Lund District. Dlstrictof West Kootenay
Taae notice that Grorge Alexander, of Kaslo,
B. C, occupation mine manager, Intends to ap.
ply for a special timber licence over the following described lands: CommfDclng nt a post
planted Ht Ihe intersection of the south line of
Hectlon 2r>, Township 7. Kootenay District, mid
the ens! line of th.' Indian Reserve, thence east
about 7(i vhaJiis to the ��.;��! boundary of Ix>t 812,
thence north H" chains to the south bank of
Goat river, thence westerly 80 chains along
south bank of Goal riser to the west line ot said
Motion 'St, thence south tk> chaina to point of
commencement and containing Mo acres, more
or leaa.
Dated June 21, 1907. Ggoicog Ai.kxaj>ii>kr.
Nelson Land District    Dlstrictof Went Kootenay.
Take notice  that George Alexander of Kaslo,
It. 0.1 occupation   mine manager, inlcnds to ap-
fdy for a apeclal Umber licence over the follow-
iig described lands: Commencing at a post
pi t nt. -I at the south wesl comer of Lot Tt26, (J roup
I, Kootenay district, thence south loo chains.
Dm nee east '���" chains to the northeast corner of
tlie Indian reserve; thence nnrih about :��0chsiin
to Goat river; Ihenee westerly along the south
bank of Goat river alwmi Ift chains lo ihe southwest corner of Lot 491; thenc*f; north about 80
chains to the northwest cornerof naMLotttl;
thence east about 74 chains to the Hoilthwest
coiner of I<ot H9J; thence, north about aft chains
to the s'oitin a��t corner ol Lot Mil; thence west 40
chains to ihe point of commencement, and con*
taming 4*0 acres, more or less.
Dated June 27,1907, gsomok Ai.hamper.
FRED IRVINE <Sr CO'V
Bargains in
Embroidery
Wash Belts
100 Doz. Fancy White Wash Belts
wRair, %!ce 5Ts 25c Each
We Sell Them at . .    *~'"*���r^*    stasc^w**
FRED IRVIINE & CO'V
Furniture Stock and
Premises for Sale
TENDERS will in- received by the
undersigned up tn il* o'elock mum un
the I'.uh ��lu\ uf July, 1907 for the l��ir-
cli;ist' uf the Hiock iu trade of carpetw,
furniture, .���!<���. bcionKiiiK i<j 'he estate
of the late John B. Wood of Revelstoke,
and also for the purchase ul' (ho property lately occupied by bJm as a furniture store anil rooming house, situated
on h��t J5, Block S3, Plan M6A., Bevel-
stuk- . Beparate tendera may be made
for the stock in trade and for the reul
estate or tenders made for the Htock
and real estate together.
The highest or any tenders will not
necesaaiilj !>������ accepted, .stock lists
aud the property to be sold may be examined on application to the under-
i-imied.
Revelstoke.  June   12th,   1907.
GEO.   S.    McCARTER,
Official   Administrator.
IN THE MATTER of the "Rivers and
Streams Act" and amendments
thereto,
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of an Application of
The Canadian Pacific Timber
Company,  Limited,
Notice In berehv Kivi-n that fO daj-i after date
Tbe Canadian 1'a'cltlcTimber Coinpauy. Limited,
inlands to ptibmii bo ths Ilimorat.le Chief Com
mtnaamier nt 1-andn and Work* a M^tpossl under
thu prnvlaifina of tbe "KlTe" aD'l Mreairti Art"
aud aineD'ImeDti thereto, tor the rljrbl to Improve Trout creek and Ita tribmarlen fn.m the
Mm ret,'* cd -ii "li ereek and irll"itarle�� to the point
where thi- moi 0osn into Trout lake in tbe In*
trtet of Wen Kootenay, aD'l to remove obrtruc
lion* thereirxiu rtn.l niak- the tame Hi for driving, ���'������: .���*.- tortlng and v.������in.11,; )<>k��, rafla and
Crafts, und the fluaitnit oj lumber thereon. al*o
for the rlcht to collect t��.lln thereon
The lands afreet*.j are Crown landi  and   I-ota
770,   71160,   TfU,   112.   771 Tf.9,  102  aud  1��).   all   lu
roup 1, Wen Kootfriay.
Dated tail BHh day of May. VMH.
TI1K CANADIAN PACIFIC UMBER
COMPANY. LIMIIKl).
��.t their -olieltor. R. M. Mardooald.
NOTICB.
Notice is hereby riven that after the expiration
nf sixty day" front the date hereof the Patrick
Lumber Company. Limited, intends lo submit to
tbe Honorable Chief Couimlasiooer ul l-aud" and
Work* a proposal under the provisions of tbe
"Hi vers am] Hlreanm Act" aud Amending Aits.
f<>r tlie right ti> Imprors the Hloeati riv��r from
the mill dam of tald company (tittiate about
three miiea *���*����������� *,��" Jnn'Huih nl ���aTi mi win
' . .,������*��� tne Kootenav ri^er.) to the mouth of
V11V Little Hloeati river, and to Improve the Little
Blwan river an I bnUMbM Uisrsol to the northern boundary of nub lot 2, lot 7180, and sub lot 1,
lot 'HU group one. Kooteuay dlstrlet, an<t to
Improve the tributaries of ��ald rivers; and remove obstructions from said rivers and tributaries, and '" iiiiui' the same fit for driving, storing, sorting booming and ratting logs, timi-r
lumber, rafts, and crafts; al��o for ihe right to
Oollect tolls thereon-
The lands to be affected tl* tin- following-;    (a)
Lots SOS, 7.'����, M.Vl. MAI, 64.VJ. Sfipl. WW7. M��. MB*,
, 7066, MO, tttt, all tn Group ons, Kootenay
district; also lands covered by pr*- eruptions
numbered 40, la-f. llfl. ia.',, W. 164 and STO; also
lands cove re il bv limt-er licenses inn ��� i.--n 1 ������*���.
������'>*'.. !>'*!, and ��*H; also lands ������!
tin- crown.
Dated thlsfilb day of .hily. VMfJ.
THE PATRICK   LUJfBEB ("OMPANY,  LOtHSD,
 by Its solicitor.  R   W. IUKWIvi.TuW.
LAND NOTICES.
Take notice that 1. Thomas Usrry Wilson, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following dssortbM land: Commencing al a
post planted at tlie S. B comer of l-ol V*M. snd
marked N. K corner, thence soutb 10 chains,
thon'-e. west lu chains, tbence south lu ciialns.
th.-neo   west   l'l  ehains    thence soulh lU.bulus.
tfasnos wt-i in cbalna, thenep south to chain*,
thence   west   hi chains,  thence north 40 chains,
theuee east i" chsins to pottn of commeiieemirnt
and t'ontaimtig I ou acrea, more or leas.
Juue 7, 1907 Thomas Henky '*.'.   i ������-������
wilmam Aumxo Mii,i*i, Agent.
Take nriti*"..- that 1, William R. Jarvls, mt-end
to apply (or permission to purchase the following de-erf hi*., land: Coturneticluf at h post
planted at the H i*. corner of I^n 1! 1 and mark
ed noriti'-an corner, thence west 40 chatus,
thence south, 40 chains, tbence east, 40chalns,
Ihenee north 4i> cbalna to point of commencement, and containing IbO aere* more or less.
June 7, 11W7. William Rkoinai.d Jamvik,
William Alonzo Mil]*. Agent.
Take notice tbst 1, Arthur Alex l'ltchford, intend to apply for permission to purchase the foi
lowing deserlhed land: Lommcnciiig at a posi
planted at the N. K corner of I^ot 1474 aud marked H K. corner, thelice north 60 chains, thence
we*t 30 chain*, tbence south 40 chains, ibence
east -!0 chsins to point of commencement and
containing Ho acres, more or less.
Juue 7. 19U7. Ahthi h Ai.kx. J'lTcHronn,
William ai/>niv< Miliji, Agent.
Kelson I.aii'1 District. District of West Kooteuay-'
Take notice thai (ieorge Hturm, of Hillings,
Montana. (I H. A., occupation, ni'-rehnnt, intends to apply for Mnnusflloo toparobaas the
following describo*-] land: Commencinir at s
post planted on the West shore of T*pp��r What
shaii (Cariboo) lalte, and at the northwest corner
Of tot 6186, thence west R) chains, tbanea siuth
4U chullih, theuee east 'Ai ehains, thetiee north 40
chains to point uf commencement, and containing sn aere*1 more or less,
May .����l)i   is*i7.
OXOSOI Hrt'aM.
Nelson Land Plstrlct.   District ol West Kootcusr.
Take nollec lhat Waller McNidl, of Hillings,
Montana. C. 8. A., occupation merchant, luiends
toapply for pprmlrslon to purchase the following desert bed land : 1 oinmcnclng at a post planted on the west shore of t'pper Whntshsn (Cariboo)
lake, anu at the northwest corner of Lot KI3B,
Ihenee west *o chains, thenre north m chains,
ihenee east 20 chains, theme southBO chains lo
point of ooinmenceiuent, and containing 160
acres, more or less.
May 2'JlU, 1907 Ww.TKH Mcnkil.
I, the undersigned, after 60 days intend toapply to lbi- Hon. the chief Commissioner ol L��nai
and Works to purchase the following described
land: <'r*numeiielng al the N, K. i\ of I^��t 7589
O. I., thenee west 40 chains, thence norlb '20
chains, ihenee east 10 chains, thuine south '20
chains to point of commencement, containing ho
seres more or less.
Located March jmii, r.mv. vv. A. Mills.
The Hall Mining and Smelting |
Company. Limited.
NELSON,  B. C.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
Hlxty dav* after date I purpoae making application tO the lion. Chief Com IBlsslom r of IaU<Ls
and Works, for jH-rmission (0   punhaae   the   foi
lowing daacrlbM land.   Conuasnctng ai a i>o��i
Klaced on the west  ahore  of  Utnrsr   ��htt��nio
ike, stwnt s W mile from tho outlet oi laxna,
and inarkrd      il.   W's.   N.fc    corner   i-o-t.'     run
mng ibanos *��� chain* mstj thanes "*> absini
soutb. lliiio'i no ��� hains eaat, iheto ��� * ' '-balus
Uortb to punt of i-onimuinTiDi'tit, eon lain lug
646 ai-t s, more or leas.
Dated tbe Jul .lay of May, 1'ArT
fbttmi  t) II. Waaasi*.
per K   <i. KAr��jt 1KB. A-Ruut.
���i VUIIIIK.   IIIC1HT   lit/1 1 1,    >������  1  lia.ui.,
chains lo plart- of romnieiif tlDeii'.
-Urd May, 1907 Maik..ibkt Mi Lai �� m:��v
William Hihnnvi, Agent.
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to thu
Hoo. the Chief Commissioner uf I-nn-1-. ate!
Works to purrhar-t li��"t' r-suf Und i 0111 uiendns
at a post planted on tfas west ��idt- ol 6-Mllfl .m k
on the w *t, on roa I ab'M.t j'_ nllss Irom k. <��.t
enay lake, and marked Net] SiK�� hnte's south-
���st-il corner post, thente ��t-st 40 chains, tbeuee
Uorth 4>l chains, thenoe east ..'��-.-
south 4o chain* to plaee oi U-sluulna.
laocatcd ibis sard day of April, lisrf
Mi:  MrKiniMt,
R. J Elliott, A*f��nt.
I, the uuderstgued. Ititrnd alterfibdays toapply
to ths Hon tin-' i,i,.11 omntaalonarol i-ands and
Worku for ���p.-rmlssiou to puichas-e the following
duserilx-d laud: Commencing nt a post marked
T. M. Sharp's H K C . l<x-ated on the w.-.[ Bbore
of BtMSD lake, about twelve miles from the head
61 Bo6SU lake. tboiWS west 60 chains, thsnos
north 4'J chains, thence east 40 chains, ll ���
south along shore of Boosn lake to |K-lul of
I'ommeiicemetit.
Ixxaied May tin T. M. Mum.
Nelson Land District    District of Wt-st Kootenay
Take uotp-�� thai  Kdwa.d   Peters uf Yrnlr. brlt
lab Oolnmbls, UHmpatton, miner, InU sda to ap-
Sly for [h 1 in i-rioi, ... purehaae the [oUoWlng
ee-L rlbed land: roium. m-ing ��t n j-ott planti-d
on the north bank of Lost ert-��dt. sbOUt three
Blllssssstsrljr from Hi. Junction of Loat creaS
and Salmon riv.-r. "��� tfra flsl/t"" 1-J"4 ���***���'���ff'-
��i.��..   -..���.*.  ���. riitttne, rnrncii west fio ciialns.
than nth   HO chain",   more   t.i    lei-s.   to   1.11st
creek. Iheii'-e east  following said  cfr-k  to potttl
ot eommencemeut,   and   containing   4ao   acres,
mo-,. ,,r less.
Dau-1 Juue .'>lb, 1907 Ki��w*an PrrKfts.
District ���f WaSt  Kootenay.
Take notice   that   William  David Anderson, of
Sirdar, oecupatlon   bridgemati. luu-ixl sio apply
for permission to purchase the folio��vihk des, rib-
o-l land* CopUasnCtne at a (tost pfitnied at the
uorth side of Sutariitt aratft eurfesd I H .
theuee north 'Ai chains, iheniw easl 40 ehalus,
thenee south 'JO chains, theme wesl 60chains
to point of commencement.
William PiTTf**ftrnaiairtT.
W.J. iOOTT, A��.'iit
Nelson Und Dislrh 1     District of w est Kootenay
Take   BOtSos   that   J.��hn   PbUbeii   pi   Nelson,
Hrlllsh Columbia, occupation, BSdoOS  kstpl r. 111
tsnda to apply for perm>H*��ioii lo j.urchase ihe
following descriu-.i land: Commencing al a
post planted on the north bank I>>st craft and
about two and one'inarier miles easterly from
the juu.tiou of Lost ereek and Haluion nv.-r. In
lb. N, Noil |nI),| int-riri, thence north 60 ( ballia,
thence west Go chains, ibence south ho chalm
mi ore or lea*, to U,m rreek, then. .��� cast foil,.wing
*>ald ereek to poini of coinmeneeineul and eou-
taining 4Hn acres, more or le*��.
sBataO June 5th, I9U7. John I'miliiKkt.
Nelson Und Distriei.   District of Wot Kootenay
Take notice that Frank   McDonald,   of Nelson,
Hrlllfth Columbia. 0M tipatioi.  miner,  Intend* to
apply for iermis-.if.11 tsTpntonaas lbs following
deaerilK-d lauds; Ciimmi-uciiig at a 1.0*! planted
on tbe norlh bank of Lost creek and about one
mile easterly from tbe Junction of l-ost creek
and Salmon river, in ihe Nelson land district,
theuee   north f>0 chains,   ibence  easl   '���    chains
thenoesontb60onains, ihenee west r>o chain* to
point of cummcnc.-rjieut, and eotiialning ��fiu
aSTSS. more or leas.
Dated June Mb, 1907. Khank  M��.Oowa.li>.
Notice I* hereby given that W> days alter date I
intend toapi.lv to the Honorabb. the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work* for \ rmisslon
to purchase the billow Ing described land, situate
in West Kootenay district: Commencing at a
post plant- 'I at the weal boundary of Lot SM 01,
and about 10 chains Mitith of the south boundary
of the right of way of the H. C. Houthern ralf
way, and marked P. A. I"i *6uthea*t corner,
thenee west loo chatus, thence norih to the south
boundary of the right-of wuv of H. C. Houtberu
railway, thenee following said boundary of said
right-of-way iu an easterly direction lo the we��t
boundary of l^.t W2 i.l, thenos south to place of
commencement, containing Jtxi acres, more or
less.
Dated thi* Mth day of Juue, 1907.
Paul Aihjist PaTJt6o**<
Nelion Und Dlslrici.   Dlstrictof Wi>t Kootenay.
Take notice that Kdward Praser, of Hillings,
Montana, I'. H A , occupation wool buyer, fn-
tends lo apply for ticrnilsaloii to purchase ihe
following described land: Commencing at a
post planted on the wesl shore of Cpper Whal-
shan (Cariboo) lake, and al Hie southeast corner
of Ixil HI39, thenco west JO chains, thence south
��K:helna, thence cast Up chains, tbence south K
chains, thence east 40 cbalna, more or less, to ihe
west shore nf Upper W Da tab SO (Cariboo) lake;
thunce northerly and westerly along ihe hnld
shore HO chains, more or less, to point of com
mencemetit, ami containing .i'Ai acres, more or
less.
May V9tb. 1907. EliWaun PRASF.n.
Blxty days aftej dute I -purpose ifiitking application lo the Hon. the (Uiluf Commissioner of
Lands and V, oral for perm lesion to pi.tchasi- the
following described land: commencing at n
post placed at Ihe northeast corner ..f It. C.
'".."L'"'!", SPpllcsUon lo pun base marked
���It H h. N. IV. rorner post" thence following the
eaatern boundary of said application HO chains
south, tlience running wi chains east, thence ho
chain* north to Ihu southern boundarv of K. W.
aaonlUftOn'a application tO purchase,���tbence HO
'���bains west along aam.- to point of commenco-
���njtnti contiilulug f>4i* acres, more or lesa.
Dated 2nd day ol May, 1907.
(Htgned) K.BBISU.,
pci K.U   PAt'QUlga, Agent.
Hlxty days after date I intend to spplytotu I
Hou    Chtsl Coinmi��Mtoner of Und* and'W.rti
for   i^Miiloinii lo   purchase   tbe   following described land m  wsai Koatoasy district. 7����-1
men. ing   at a   (��>*i marked A. 0. Si uontv*****.: I
uorner   po��l,  running   40 chain* easterly tiori I
the iKMiiidary of Timber ! >��-nc�� No. S*fl, tbeen
southerly   ho chains,   tbence westerly 40 rbils
tbence   northerly AS chain* along  tht <    V \.  \
track 10 the place >d > omuieueeuent. contals:B(
two b undre*T acres, mon or less
b����u-d this "in day of May. 1*07.
A, t'. Bi mi, I>M-ali>r.
Hixfy   day*  after date I intend toapply to tk�� I
Hon   < Met  Cummlssloutr of   Undt and Worti
to parehaaa b��j ��'*mi of land loraied about Ib:1m
southeast  of   B'lrt'-u        1 omiuenrlug  at a [������*.
planted at the southwest oornaf ot Lot bui, aoJ .
Uarbed '���   A   Hunter's soutbaaat rorner, tbsbn
north *�� chains,   thence  weat 30 chains. lfcs5��
south *> * baliu.  fhenre i����t    'Ai  fhaifti to ; t ���
of t-rginulng.
Lot:aied April JOlb, v.*ft U. A  H   <;n
par A. Kkblsb. Agent.
Notice I* hereby s-lven lhat IW day* after 4t�� 1
ID lend Io apply Li the Honorable the < hlef' "a
mtagionet of Undi and Work* for permlan.B I*
pun base the following described t rart of ,-.;���_: |
siti.at-i' tn weal Kootenaj district: inrnmeDrun |
at a j-.*t p a-.t'-o ���>�� Placet 1 reek n-ar 11�� 'vl
Buenos wiib Humtnil creek, marks-, Willi**
Harbour'*   N. W   corner, thence aoulh 40 chain*.
tboneeesat 40 < baias, ihenee north tOcbats*.
tlo-iir.- Wt'at 40 chains to plaee of comiiifocs��sit
���rd May, 1607 William Babbocl
Notice Is hereby given Ibat Vi davs ���*-."��� - �����-
la tend Io ��pply t*> the Hon. Chief Coiami**loaei
of Uud*   and vXork* for   permta*lon to parrha**
thstoUowlngdaaoilaeil land Id Wmi EwwciI
district, on west shire of l-��wer Arrow La**-
adjoining I-ol >���. 4-.pi, on tbe south : Itefmntai
at a i��i��t marke-1 "Marry MrUsl'i Nt e��>rn*f
iM>st and   planted  on the shore of   looser Arro*
Leas,st theaontheastsoraei ��d Capt >"(*ian<ii
U'.��IH. thence weat 30 chains. Ibeiire soull, %
chains more or teas to the north boundary oi K
Full more* P, K , Ibence A> chain* easl alone Ik*
said boundary to lake, thence north along tt>(
lake ahore "AJ chains, more or leaa m point fl-
i*unmetH-emer>l.
Ma) 2D>1, 10in. J   D   M<a,rf.
 Agent for Ham UtAJAoe
Kutv days after date I intend to apply to
Hon the Chief t ommUsloner of Unds asj
Works, Vlt-iorla. to pun has** 1JO acres oi Us*
lo- a ted on tbe weat side of Arrow lake and lylll
dLrcctlr ������i�� f��f '-"t -T7S' CciBiraeoeing ��i a |>o*i
p;sr |��d at the N. K. corner of I-ol T/T6 and tr.*tt
el "h H I K. corner,'' and running north *
chsins. tbence west Ai chains, thence u< rt! S
chains, tbence weat no chains tbence B0St6 S
chains, Ihenee east 40 chains Io point of l-*glt
ulng.
April ��rd. iwtTT. Hkstha iinApunr,
J. K. Annable, Agent.
Buty day* after date 1 intend toapply to it*
Hon Chief Commissioner of Und* and weep
Victoria. H. 0., to purchase the foi low it.*; M
: land. stiuaUMt in lbs West Kootenay dlir
trict: (ommeutlng at a post planted on IS'
wesl side ot Kootenay lake, near Khln.s-prta
point, and marked J. McKlnnon's B. K. .ernef
l-.��t, tbeuee west HO chain*, tbence norih *
chain*, tbence easl W chains more or lets to la��
shore, tbeuee along lake tbore to point of coo-
men cement.
Dated ApriM, 1��07. Hlgned J   McK!**o*
Noticelsherebvttlvenlbatstitydaysafier'Uir
I Intend to apply to the Hon CbwOonimhsMaif
of Land- ami Works for j-erinissluii lo purcbW
ths following dc-crlbed tract of land dtUSU is
Waal K.H.teuay district: Commencing *' " P��*)
pi-in t.-d about one half mile north from I
Mituiiill ereek. marked Jean i.ameron* ������ ���
corner, iheuce east 40 chain*, thence north a
chains, thenee west 4t> chains, thunce *ouih ���*
chains to place of commencement
Brd May, 191T7 Jkam c*naa��.s.
William Kabboib. Agent.
Notic. 1- herein, given that suty l��y ""''
date I intend to apply to ihe Honorabl-' um
* omuilsstoner of Uuds and Works for psnatt*
���lO0 to purchase the following described tract m
laud. Hliuated In West Koot-nay district: * ota
Mieiieing at a post planted on Btmiinli creel-
about one half mile northwest from fork*, mart
ed J.H. MeL's N K. corner, tbence writ tothsin*.
thence Mm I h 40 chains, tneocc east *o (hain*.
thenea north 40 chains to place of comment*
mem.
IMrd May. 1907. John H. N�� Lai ��� hi *f-
Wil.ttAM  rUa-sora, Agent.
lake notice that Harry William* of Nel*cn.
B C, rancher, intend* lo apply for i��erml*��loB
to pun base ihe lollowlng described lalidi m
West Kootenay district: ...
Coiniiieiirlng at a i>o��t planted adjacent 1>' in'
���ODthSSSl aoraer of Lot *Ix thousand nine "UB1*"
red and eighty-live (SH0), ((roup one (1). '" i'"1
district, thence soutb twenty (IA)) ciialns. ihcnc*
wesl one hundred and sixty (lftb) chain*, tlieni*
north tweniv (Jo) chains, tbence easl one hn��"
red and slx'ly (160) chains io the point of 0O��
nicn.-einent and conlainlng SAi acres, more 01
Us*.
Dated the 19th day of May, tflff.
Hakry Williams
I, Uie nndsnlKlied, after 00 davs intend t<> apply to ihe Hon the Chief CommissionerotlA^
and Works lor permission to purchase the l"j
lowing described 'and: Commencing St S W
marked N. R, <! , situated on tbe west shore "i
Hloean lake, about twenty miles from Slocan city,
thence west 40 chalua, tbence aouth 80 chalii*-
thence cast 40 chains, tbence north along tin
shore of lake HO chalaa to point of conimen"-
ment.
Located May lib. BSS1 Shaki.
Brpci White, Agent-
Hi xty day* after dale 1 purpose making ni-P11' *.
linn to the I'hlof CominlsBioncr of Unds auu
Works tor permlsiioii to purchase tbe foll<'W'ni|
di'seribed land: Commeliclng at it post place""
at. the north weal corner of lot 494*1*1 and ��><"*'
ed "1' M(C'k K K. cerntr pqgt," runulng thenar
Hu chains north Ibence HO chains weat, thence w
chains south, thenee HO chains east, to point''
commencement, containing 660 acre*, more m
less.
Dutvd tbl* Mli day of May, 1��*07-
(HlHiiod) I'gTKK Mi<-*1��'-bOtH.
 per P. A. McUulux-m. Agent.     __
Hlxty days after dats I intend to apply *S Jj
Hon. Chief CommUsioner of Lands and ""'���
to purebase MO acre* of land, aliuate on H'�� *"���_*
side of Arrow lake, nboul two mile* from Burton-
Commencing at a post planted at tbe I �����60rnsf
uf L 686T, and nmrked N. T It's N. W. corner aim
running cast No chains, Uicnce south yd chant*,
thence west  4tl ebalns,   thence  south  jKlchatn^
thsnos w.si 40chains, ii.ei.ee north 40 6n*W6w
place of boginniiig.
Burton, April MM, NOT.        nki.iib t. hbi��,
A. A. llUBTOM, Agent ���
Mi
v^mamm$ ������MHOMBMi i
The Daily Canadian
Prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
he BACON We Sell
It Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and  Smoked.    Our Hams Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
INELSOIN, B.C-
TIMBER NOTICES.
lOttnt thai Henerv John Jobnsou. I'ost
.1 ParalS, fl. C, intends to apply for a
timber licence over the following dea-
and*:
[l Oomrnuliclng at a post planted lu the
Met ol West Kooteuay. about Iwcj in i b-n north
nternatlonal boundary line and ibOUl
nil-- west of Boundary lake adiolnlug and
i licenced No Wi74 and HOfitf, thetiee SOtttb
s, thence west ho chains, thenee north HO
? east (in ehalus to place of comniei.ccii,ent.
si June 2, 1007. II. I. JoHNm.n, b06>tor.
Anil Hai Ktn, Agent.
CoiiMiieiictuK   at  a post   planted  tbotit
la north ol tin- northweai oomsrolH. J.
in's No. I timber claim, thence south ho
. thence east mi chains. thsttOI north m��
. thenoe weat  Ho  ehaui* to  place  of  com-
eni-'llt
��d June .1. 11W7.       ll   -T JoHNsoa. Ixx-aior.
Ann. II a< a KIT, Agent.
f.���Commencing at a  J**"!  pi*nted   St thi
���re*t corner of II. J. Johusoti's No. 3 Umber
thenea wmib mi^ebain*. tnsnoe  west ho
 i,   then...-  north mi chains,   tneuce eaat SO
Ins lo pi tee of eomineuceinent.
t'i June 3, 1WU7.        H. 3   JohskiH, Locator.
AM>. IIackkit, Agent.
4.- Commencing at a DOSl planted at the
!tl.ca-i corner of 11. J. Johnson's No. H timber
nee norlh m> chain*, thence west HO
ence south mi chain*, tbence east HO
Ills io pla.-e of cominenceiucnt
fcled Juno 3, lWf7 H   J   JotiKSoS. I/ocator
Asn. Hai-urn, Agent.
P..".. Commencing at a (Hist planted at the
lb weal corner ol If J Johnson's No J timber
ID. ibence north ao chains, thsnos easl so
In* tnence soutb ao chains, thsana west bo
llis l'. place of ciameiicciii.-ut
ftted June 1.1W1.       II. J   Joinc-os, l��caior.
AM> ELU IsBTT. Agcut
B.6.��� Commencing al a post planted al����at
mile north of the northWSSl corner of H. J
naon's No. 5 timber claim ihen.*e soutb HO
Ibence east HU cbalnt,, Iheuce north HO
ln��, then. .��� west SO chains to plac�� of com
leement
leted June 3,1U07.       H. J  Johssok, Locator.
an*. Ha< kctt, Agent.
Com meneing   at a post   planted   at   the
tbwe*t corner ol if. J. Jonii*on'* No. 0 timU-r
in,     tbence   aoulh HOcttstn*, tbence   w. -t m
icnee nottb   Hu  chains,   tbence  east   HO
place of i-ommencuiiHut.
aud June I, 1907.       II. J. J mi mom. Locator.
Akd. list ken. Agent
i.-Comnienrlnn *i �� POSt  planted  at  the
ast corner <d IL J. Johnson'* No. 7 limber
thenos   north HO  chains,   theuee  wt-st  mi
. Ihenov  south IB chains,  thence east MB
In- to place id commencement-
ated June i. 1**C 11. J. JoiiWsoK, Locator.
AKn  Haikhi, akcut.
Com men<
tbwest corner
im tlicnce north ho chatus, tbeuee east HO
5ns, tbettri* Mtutb Hn ciialns, thetiee weat mi
ins to point of commencement
Hud June a. IWd. 11. J. Joiikson, locator,
n p.-Commencing at a p-twt planted at the
bwest corner'if \lmber licence HT74, lilctiec
li (W stialns, th Ice east SO chains, ihenee
b ho chain*, thi Ye west 80 chains to place
Jmnenoeinent
Sted June 3, 11*07.       H. .'. Johnson. Loontor-
Ami   Hai ai:ri     \t-. ul
. notice   lhat    I'au   Baker.    pnwptx'Uir. i>l
ii. B. U , intend* to apply lor a sja-eial timber
over Ihe following described land*:
io l ( iimmencing ai a post planted in the
n't of West Koolenay. about eight miles
of the Kootenay rher near the uorih bank
undarv creek end onv mile twth of the In-
tlonai boundary line, which claims are de-
sd a* follows: Al the nortbwesl corner ot
JImt licence No. HO.%7, ihetice north (SO chains,
east ho ehalus. thence south BO chains,
wietHO chains to place of commencement.
���1 1st June. 1WR. *>** Bakfk.
.--Coinnieiicing   at   a  Wist planted at thu
hweat  corner  of   I����n   Baker*   No. 1 claim,
e  north B0 chain*, ibence well mi chains.
��� SOUth HO chains, theuee easl HO chains to
ol i ..mmeuceuu-nl
���.l Ul June. W07. !��*�� IUIM.
8. -Commencing at a poul planted at the
weat corner oi l��an liaker's No 1 "lahn.
I north HO chain*, thence eaat no chains.
I wiith HO chains, thetiee west HO chains to
ol commencement.
Sd 1st June. 1*>6. !��*�� Bases.
4.���CamnieUflnK ��t ��� post punted at   the
beast corner of   i'au   Baker's   No.'J claim,
��   north ho chain*, thencs west HO chains.
iu south  mi rbalu*.  thence east chains to
f commencement.
U'd 1st Juue. 1907. DAM IUKER.
unmencing al a post planted at the
bwwt corner of timber licence No W-W,
ice north ho cnaln*. thence easl H" chains.
ice soulh H0 chains, tbence we*l HO chain* to
of commencement.
ted June 4th. I*i7. -��AH llAkEK.
6.-Commencing at a M61 plsalsd at  the
west   comer  of   Dan   IftttMTI   No   ft claim,
north  mi chain*  thenee  easl   ho chains,
soulh M) ehalus, thence west ho chains to
f commencement.
,ted June 4th, iwn. I'an aUasa.
7.���Coniinetictng at a jKist planted at the
east corn* r of timber licence Wo KMO,
c�� north HO chains, tbence west W" chains,
ire south mi chains, tbence east HO chains to
I of < .���mitieliceuieUt.
feed June 4th, iwn. Dam Bixn
<dng  at a post  planted  at tbe
id II. J. Johnson'*- No f. timber
nam.
ths*.
. H.- -Commencing at a posl planted at  ihe
beast corner   of   I>an   Baker's No   7 claim.
west  HO chains
SBM HO chains
Pan Bam:*.
norlh mi chains, Ihi
l soutb mo chains, ibence
fee of commencement.
Sted June 1th, 1W7.
���olice Is hereby given .hai 00 days after date I
Hand to apply lo the llonoraole tbe chief Com-
doner of Lands and WOTmS FM a spools]
him lo ml and carry awuv limber Irom the
|owlug described lands in W661 Kootenay dia-
1-���Commeucing at a post marked William
nsley, planted at   Kokanee Click Hiding on
Procter  extension,  on  the west stdc ol ujl
on the south side of Hit- West Ann oi Knotty lake, commciielug at the N   K corner post
nn ing south HO chains, wesl HO cbalu*, north 80
|lns, cast ho chains to plSOS ol beginning,
'd 3rd June, 1907.
William Wai.mkliv, Locator,
Jamkk llrHitAltn as Agent
Daon Laud District. District of West Koolctiay.
Notice is hereby given thai thirty days alter
e 1, J. 1*. Hwedburg, of Nelson, It. C , miner,
_��od to applv to Ihe lloli. Ihu Chief Coinini*-
Knor of Lendl and Works, hi Victoria, for a
���clal   license  to  cut  and   carry away   Umber
nn tho following described lands, ill bated on
mmlt creek. In the West Koolenay dlslrici:
, I.���t oramenclng  nt tl post marked J   I'. B'l
nber  limit,   northeast corner post, located on
1st lork   of Summit creek, about 2 miles from
Sin creek,  thence  running south HO  chains,
hence   running west 40 chulns, thence running
���������aorlli 40  chains.   tUcnvJ   wesl   40 . haiiiH, thence
north mi ciuiliiN, thence running cast 40 chums,
theuee running   ������.-i-ih   10 chaliiH. tlicnce cast 10
chit in? in place or commencement.
pa.l.ated thi* Mb day of June, 11*07.
J. I'. HirgmiKHii, Locator.
jE IS ��� . 2. -''oniinencliiK nl a post marked J. H. H'*
���Sniber limit, northwest corner post, located on
Hpe��t fork OfBunimlt OlSeS, about two nilei Irom
���Main creek* I hence running south HO ehnins,
Hieiiee tunning cast ho chains, thenee running
���prth   ho chiiiiis, tbence running west ho chnlUH
SO PlSCa nf coininciicemetit
WDllKil the &th day of June, 1W7,
J. P. Hwauussu, Locator.
N. I-..-I Land District. Dlslrici ,,I \Ve*t KooUuay
Take notice that Walter Kdwards, of KergiiMD,
B.C .."upatlon cook, Intend- to apply lor a
special HmbSI licence over the lollowlng des-
eriiajii lands;    Conunanelni ai a post planted
4'a miles up a creek running into tlie head of
Cariboo lake, on the east side Of Cariboo lake
and uiaiked "Walter Kdward's northwest cornet," iben.e noutli so chain*' tbence east HO
chains, thence north ho chain*, tlience west 80
chain* to polut '���( commencement, and toutaln
Ing fiio acres, more or leas.
Dated April nth. 1607. Wai.tkii Ei.warijs,
by bis agent K. C. UAMKVtQ,
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Walter Kdwards, of Psranao^
B 0 . iH'eupatiuli fook, In bind* to apply for a
���paetsl tlniber licence over the following des-
enbed lands: Commemdng at a (xist .ri��4 mil��s
up Steven* creek and a \ mile east irom A.
Kvan's corner post No. 9, and marked "Walter
Kdward*'* northwest corner iKi*t," thence east
60 chains, ihenee souih JwJ cli-*iu��, thenoe west
40 chains, thenee north 160 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 640 acre*, more
or leas.
Dated May SOth, 1WI7. Walter Ki.warl*.
by bis agent K. (_'. M asm ���.-..
Nelson I-and District. District of Weat Kootenay
Take notice that Walter Kdwards, of Perguson,
B. c., occupation ciK.k, intends to apply for a
special timber licence over the following dea-
enhed landa: commencing at a p.wi puuied
about a mile (rum the head of Cariboo lake and
��� >ne mile east id aald lake, and marked "Waller
Reward** so'itbwesl corner." theu<-e north (JO
chains, thenea cant (glehalns, thenc-*- *oulb 60
chains, tlience west 80 chain* to point uf commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or
leas.
Datedplay 30tb, 1907. Waltsk KnuASlw.
by hli agent K. C. VAN'ilNfi.
Nelaon L��nd Histrict. Dtltrlcl of West Kootenay
Tne notice thai Arthur K. Kyans, of Beaton.
it. c, occupation cruiser, intend* toapply for a
special l.mber UoaOSO over the following de��-
ertbed land*: Commencing at a poat planted
alsiut '��� tulle* up Steven* creek running Into the
easl side of I'arlbo.i lake marked "A. a. Avail'*
sotithwe*t corner post," tbence north (JO chain*,
thenee east ho chains, thenee south 80 chain*,
thence west MO chains to p:dnt of commencement, and containing m ��� acres, more or less.
Dated May nub. 19(17. AR-rnca K. KvaKs.
by his agent F. c. Maxmno.
Ho 1. Notice Is hereby given that 30 davs
after dale I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner, of I ..;.���! and Worka, for a special
license to cut and carry timber from the follow-
ing described lands, situated on the southeast
side of Salmon river. In the district oi West
Kooteuay: i'ommetieiug al a post placed a tun t
MO yards west of Koae U-af creek marked "It. M
Keevei s in.nhwest corner," thence ho chain*
south, tbence HO chain* east, iheuce HO chains
north, thence ho chain* west io place of commencement.
Located ou tbe llth day of June, 1WT.
K   11. Reeve*. Locator,
No. J. Notice is hereby given that Ho days
after data 1 intend io apply to the Chief Commissioner, of Lands and Works, for a special
license to rut and carry timber from the following described lands sttuatdl ou the southeast
sltfo of tbe Salmon river, In tbe district of West
Koolenay : Commencing at a post placed about
��" yards ����i m m��. im( ur-Mk. marked "H M.
Keeve*'* No. 2 southwest corner, tnence 80
chains north, thence (W chains -fa-t. thence HO
chains south, thence SO chains west to place of
���commencement
Located on the 10th day of June, t907.
K. fil. Heeves, I. -.���!
Nelson Land District.   Dlstrictof West Kootenay.
No. 1 ���Take notice that George A. I^aurle, of
Creston, B c , lumtiermau. Intends 1o apply for
a sp-acial timber licence over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted ahout one mile
soutb of the Lick cabin, on toe Link cabin trail,
on Inonakl in creek, tlience north HO cnalna,
tbence east SO chains, iheuce south H0 chain*.
i hence went HO chain* to the point of commencement and containing i>W acres, more or leas.
May let, Ii��f7. UBo A. Laobie.
NeUon I*nd District.  District of We*t Kootenay.
No. 2 ���Take notice that Oeorge A l.aurle, ot
Cieeton, H. C, iumlH>rman, intend to applv for a
spsclsl timber liceuce over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about one mile
nouth of tho Lick cabin, on the Lick cabin trail,
on Inotiakliii creek, thence sonth 60 chain*,
thenee east HO chains, thence north HO chains,
thence west HOehaln* to the point oi commencement and containing 640 acre*, more or less.
May 1st, iyu7. (>B0. A. Lalrib.
Nelson Land District    District of Weat Kootenay.
No. H.- Take notlee that W. H. rage, of Fire
Valley, li. C, cruiser, Intends to apply for a
special tlinbsr licence ovei Ihe following de-
unLnl laud*:
Commencing at a post planted about one mile
south of the I.tck cabin, on the Lick cabin trail,
on lnonakliu creek, thence south HO chain*,
iheuce west HO chains, thence north HO ehaius,
thence east HO chain* to the point of eommenoe-
meut and containing 640 acre*, more or less.
May 1st. 1907. W   II   PauB, Locator,
liso. A. Lathis. Agent.
Nelsou Land District.   Dlstrictof West Kootenay.
No. 4.-Take notice that W. H. Page. 01 Fire
Valley, B.C., cruiser, In lend* toapply for a special
ttmlicr liceuce ovr the following dcucrlbed
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about one ml'e
south ol the Lick eiibm ou tho Lick cabin trail,
on liionaklln creek, thenee north 80 chains,
tbence west HO cbalna, thence south HO chains,
thenoe cast ho chains to the point of commencement and containing 640 acrts, more or luss.
May 1st, PJ07. W. li. Page, Locator.
Geo. A   Laorik, Agent.
Nelson I .s nd Diatrlrt.   District of West Kootenay.
No. fi---Take notice that QSOXBS A. Laurie, of
Creston, B.C .lumberman, In tend-, to apply for a
Spools] liniher license over tbe following described lands:
Commencing at a post plauted about one mile
south and one mile wesl, of the ink cabin, on
the Lick Cabin trail, on liionaklln creek, thunce
west ho chains, tbence uorth HO chain*, thcucc
east Hochaliis. thence south hocIihIus to the point
of commencement and con in in ing (Vio acres, more
or less.
May 1st, 1907. (.go. A. LAl'RIB.
Nelson Land District.  District ol Went Kootenay.
No. 0. Tnke notice that George A. Ijturlc, of
Creston, li. C, lumberman, intend* to apply for
a special timber license over the following dea-
Oribsd lands:
Oommsnolng ��t n post planted alxnit one mile
���oath uud one mile west of ths Lick csdIii, on
the Lick Cabin trail, on lnonakliu creek, Ibence
west HO chaina, tlicnce south Ho chums, tbence
���Sat H0 chain*, thence north HO chains, to the
point of commciicfinam and containing 640
ucr-'S, more or less.
May 1st, iyo7. Geo, A. Lathie.
Nelson I and District. District oi West Kooteiiny.
No.7. Take notice that Qsorgl A. Laurie,of
Creston, B, ('.. lumliermati, intends to apply for
a special timber license over the following des-
���-���rlbed lands:
Commencing at n. post planted about one
gosrtsr 0| l mile lu ap easterly direction Irom
Lick cabin, on liionaklln creek, llieiice soutli 40
chains, thence east lfiO chain*, tbence north 40
I'lniin- . tnSnOS West 100 cliaill* lo (he point of
commencement and connuning S40 acres, more
or less.
May 1st, 1007. UXO, A. Lacrib.
AI]STRAL!AN_SBC1ALISM
Seeks to Nationalize Everything to Prevent Combinea���No Need for
Borrowing.
The L*ondun Morning Poat, which.
While ii is the chief organ of fiscal reform, Ib markedly sympathetic toward**
the Hrltlwh Labor party, publlsbeB an
article by Mr. W. M. Hughes on the
nlniH and fdeaU of the Auatratlan LftBor
party. On the subject of Labor and Nationalization of Industries, he silyfi:
"The party, while frankly Colleetivist in
\\h IdealH, in htl6lTlf>lSltVn In Its uiotb-
ods. Tbe IniilvliiualiHt denonacea Socialism because It will kill compettioa.
Competition is, according; to him, essential to prograas. Monoply is tiien
per se opposed io progress; but in all
industries Ihe tendency towards combines is becoming every day more
marked. These gigantic corporations
which own and control the whole of the
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that 'ieorge Alexander, of Kaslo,
B C, Intends to apply for a ppecial timber
licence oeer the lollowlng described lands:
Commencing al a post planted at. ito- northwest
corner ol Section 12, Towi.hbip7, Kootenay district, belog about one-third of a mile aoutb of
the south boundary line of tbe Indian reserve;
tbeuee south about :i5 chains to tbe easterly
bank of Kootenay river; tbence southeasterly
along Kootenay fiver bank about CO chain* to
the soutli boundary of Bection 12, Township 7;
tbence easterly alKiut 50 cbalna to the northwest
corner of Ix>t %i\ thence north K) chains along
tbe west boundary of Lot 81'2; thenoe west*
chains to the point of commencemeol, and containing '���!>��� acres, more or ie--
Lated July 4, lutf. Obokqb almamiW.
Notice Ir hereby given that thirty days after
date I intend toapply to the Hon. the Chief Com-
mlstloner ol L^nds and Work* for a special licence to cut and carry away timber trom the
following described lauds in West Kootenay
diatrict: Commencing at a post planted on the
ncrth bank of Ten Mile creek, about one mile
and a half from Slocan lake, marked R. H Pitts'
northwest corner post, thence east 160 chains.
tbence south 40 chain*, thence weal 160 chains,
tlicnce north 40 chain* to place of commencement.
Dated tbl* 26th d��v ,,f June, 1907.
U. H. Pitts, Locator,
 A. W. Bttjbbb, Agent
Sutler 1* hereby given that thirty days after
date I Intend lo apply to the Honorable
Chief Commissioner of Laud* and Works at
Victoria, He, for a npeclat license to cut aud
carry away timber from the following described
lands lu vi' -i Kootenay district: Commencing
ni " i-.*-t planted dn the west bank of Bmeller
creek, about one mtie soutb of the City of Nelson.
"���.'���n-. aoutb 80 chain*, thence west SO chains,
tbence north 80 chain*, thence east do chain* to
plaee of commencement.
Dated tbl* llth day of June, 1907.
C. C. Clark, locator.
 P. Booth. Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that John I'hllbert, of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon keeper, intends to
apply for a special timber license over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted almut three mile* up the nr*t risht
naud branch of Lost creek and about five miles
distance and in a southeasterly direction from
the junction of said l^oflt ereek and tbe south
fork of Salmon river In the Nelson laaa district,
thence north do chain*, thence east mi chain*,
ibence flnulh HO chains, tbence west 80 chain* to
point of commencement, and containing (>40
acre*, more or leas.
Dated June 13th, 1907. John 1'kilbebt.
Nelson L-uud District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that John I'hllbert, of Nelaon,
Biltiah Columbia, -saloon Beeper, intends to
apply for a -���*���." i.'.: timber license over the following dcacrlbed lands: Commencing at a post
plant**] on tbe north side ol Lost creek about
six in lies distant and In an easterly direction
from tbe junction of Lost creek and tbe aoutb
fork of Salmon river in the Nelsou land district,
ibence wesi 80 chain*, theoce soutb so chains.
ni'.,..-...i w> cix-iM.. U.auu�� norlh 80 chain*
to point of commencement, and coni��.\ui*a*K mo
acres, more or lea*.
Dated June mh, 1907. JOHN I'hilbert,
Nelson Land Dl��trlct. Dlstrictof West Kootenay
Take notice that John Fbllbert. of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon keeper. Intends to
apply for a special timber license over tbe following described landa: Commencing at a post
planted on the north side of Lost creek about
four mile* distant aad in an easterly direction
from the Junction of said Lout creek and the
south lork of Salmon river in the NeUon landdls-
iriet tbence west HOehaln*. thence south 80chains
tbence cm-: 80 chatus, tbence north (H) chain* to
point ol commencement, ami containing 640
ue res, more or less.
Dated June l'Jth, 1907. JOHN Fhilsbht.
Nelson Land'.DUtrlct. District of West fc'ootehay
Take notice that John I'hllbert, of Nelson,
Hrltt.Hh Columbia, saloon L,.m. ;.t i. intends to
apply lor a special timber license over the following described taud* : Commencing at a post
about one aod one-half mllea up tbe 'ir-; right
haud branch of Lost creek, and about four miles
distant and In a southeasterly direction fromthe
junction of said Lo*t ceek and the Booth fork of
tfalmou river in the Nelson laud district, thence
north 8n ohalus, thenee east 80 chains, thence
south HO chain*, tbence west 80 chains to point
of commencement and containing 640 acre*,
more or less.
Dated June 1-ih. 1907.       ,        John PH1I.BXBT.
NelBon Land District. Dlstrictof West Kootenay
Take notice that lobn Pllbert, of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon keeper, intend* to
apply for a Fpeclal limber license over tlie following described lands: Commencing at a post
plnntcd about two miles up the right hand
branch of Ixiat creek and about four mile* distant and in a southeasterly direction from the
junction of said Lost creek and the south fork
of Malmon river In the Nelson land district.
thence south 80 chain*, tbence east 80 chain*,
thence north 80 chalun, thence west 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 610
acres, more or le*n.
Date fl June 12th, 1907. John Pu li.ukkt.
Nelson I>and District. District of West Koo'cnuy
Take notice that John I'hili.. <t of Nelaon,
British Columbia, saloou keeper, intend* to apply for a special timber liceuce over the fol-
lowiUK deseiibed lands: Commencing at a
post punted on the north side of I.->m creek and
alaiut four mllea distant and in au easterly
dlreetlou from tbe Junction of said Lost creek
and the couth fork of Salmon river lu the NYl
sou land district, theoce eaat 80 chains, thence
south 8<i chains, thence went 80 chaluK, thence
north HO chain* to the point of commencement
and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated June 12th, 1907. John Philbsrt.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 day* alter date I
intend to apply to tbe Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Worka, Victoria,
for pet mis-ion to cut and carry away timber
from the following described lauds, in West
Kootenay :
No. 1."Commencing at r. post planted on the
southwest corner of surveyed lot No. 72*1 Gl,
thence east 40 chains, tbence north 80 chain*,
thence east to tho aoulbea*t cornerof said lot,
thenco norlh to the northeast corner nf said lot,
thenco cast to the west boundary of pre emptlou
No. 692, thunce south lo the north boundury of
iiini.iT licence No. 8548, thence west along the
aald boundary to the northwest cnrne.1 ol said
license, tlience *outh to the north boundary of
limber license No. 7018, thence west to a point
duo South of commencement, tbence north to
place of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less
Dated May 25th, 1907.
P. A. Paulion, Locator.
J. A. sri.uvan. Agent.
No. 2. -Commencing at a po*t planted at the
southwest corner of surveyed lot No. T8S1G1,
thence soulh to the northern boundary of tim-
tier liceiiBo No. 7018, thence west to the northwest corner of an Id timber license, tbence south
to the northern boundary of lot No. 812, thence
lollowlng said boundary of said lot west to the
right of way of the B. C. Southern Usllway,
thence following said rlght-of way In a north
easterly direction to place of commencement.
Dated May 25th, 1907.
j* a 1'aplhon, Looator.
J. A. Sullivan, Agent.
capital and plant Invested in Ihe production of any commodity fix prices by
arrangement,, and not by competition.
When, therefore, an Industry has
reached this stage of development, society loses the benefits of free competition. At this stage it is, iu (he opinion
of the Australian -Labor party, desirable
that the industry should be nationalized,
I. e., owned and controlled by the nation
in the interests of tho whole pSOpStt,
However men may dltter as to the expediency of state control of Industries,
it has to be admitted that if nationalization is to take phme at all It should be
at this stage. There is nothing vague
or indefinite about this policy: If it Tails
short of the glories of that which with
the eyes of faith the enthusiast sees,
and often raves of, then- are in it some
very real advantages by way of compensations. For one thing it Ik feasible.
and for another it lies to hand. We
may make a beginning at once. In Australia we propose to begin by nationalizing the tobacco industry." The position
of the party towaids land monoply and
old-iLge pensions is thus described: "We
say in effect to the land-owner: You
have the land: use it. If you do not
care to use it yourself let someone else
do so. Hut to keep it nut of use is a
crime to society, and we shall by making you pay this tax render It unprofitable for you to pursue this dog-in-the
manger policy. To these planks must
be added that dealing with old-age pensions���in force in two states at present
���and the cessation of public borrowing���the commonwealth has not borrowed one penny piece since its inception, which constitutes, I think, a record, and Is at once a tribute to the Labor party, and a crushing and complete
rejoinder to those who misrepresent
them and libel the country." Generally Mr. Hughes describes the platform
of the Labor party as the maintenance
of a White Australia, the nationalization of monoplies, and a graduated land
tax to burst up big estates.
INTO  KEREMEOS
Similkameen   Rejoices   in   End   of   One
Phase  of  Road  Building.
For several days past the inhabitants
of Keremeos have heard the whistle of
the V. V. & K. construction engine at
all hours of the day. On Tuesday they
had laid the track over the greater part
of Mrs. Lowe's ranch, and had just the
length of Mrs. Daly's ranch to go and
a portion of the Keremoes Land company's to do before reaching the yards
at Keremeos.
Thus, allowing for all reasonable delays aud a rate of progress less than
they have maintained since crossing the
bridge, the track should easily reach
Keremeos yards tonight.
Concerning the intentions after that
there are contradictory reports, but the
concensus of opinion is that grading op-
.'rations will be resumed as soon as contractors' outfits can be transported by
rail to Keremeos. It is expected that
the same sub-contractors who did the
work between Midway and Molson, and
who hav,. i..., n working for the past
year at Culdesac, laaiio, -��*��\ ���hamo the
work north of Keremeos. Most of these
will complete their present contracts in
Idaho about the middle of July. A few
weeks ago It was stated in Greenwood,
on seemingly good authority, that the
contract from Keremeos to Hedley and
Princeton had been re-let to J. W. Stewart & Co.
Another rumor is afoot in the boundary that the Midway-Greenwood
branch Is to be commenced forthwith.
What effect that may have upon grading up here remains to be seen.���Hedley Gazette, July 4th.
Certificate  of  the  Registration of an
Extra-Provincial Company.
"Companies  Act,   1897."
I HEHKtlY CKKTIFY thst the "Kinney-Miller
Cedar Coatpany." has this day been registered
as hii Kxtra-iirovtnelal Company, nii'ier the
"CompauleB Art. 1897," to carry out or effect all
or any ol the objects of the CuniMiiv to which
the ltgislatlve authority oj the IiflfWattire of
British Columbia extends.
The head oltice of the Company is situate in
the Oily of Spokane, in the State ot Wasi.ington,
I    S   A.
The amount of the capital ul the company is
fifteen thousand dollars, divided into one hundred and City shares of one hundred dollars
each.
Tho head office of the company Itt this province is situate at Creston, and William Henry
Crawford, merchant, whose addn ��Pl- the same,
is the attorney for the company. (Wot empowered to issue and tranter stosk )
The time of the existence of the compauv 1h
fifty years from the 6th day of March, 190?.
Tiie company In limited.
Given under my hand and seal of office at
Victoria. I'ruvlnre of British Columbia, this 'Jtsl
day of May, one thousand nlus hundred jam!
seven.
[L. a.] S. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Slock Companies.
The objects for which this company has been
established aud registered arc :
1. To ainuire in auy lawlul manner, manufacture and sell or dispose of nuy and all kinds
of codar and other timber:
2. To acquire iu any lawful manner timber,
whether standing or cut, timber Uads or other
lands, logs, poles, plllug, posts, lumber, shingles,
bhingla bolts, and any and all kinds of timber
product, to manufacture any and all such, and
to dispose of same In any lawlul manner:
8. To acquire In any lawful manner stores,
Implements, and anv und all kinds of merohau-
dlse or property not In violation of law", ana to
dispose "T same In any lawful manner:
4. To build or to acquire In any lawful manner roads, tramway*, or other means of transportation  necessary or eonvenient  lo the other
fiurposcs of the Corporation, and to operate,
ease, or dispose of same as may be deemed advisable; provided the mime be private ways and
roads only, and provided further thnt this article Is not to authorise the Corporation to oner
ate or maintain any public or toll road, nor an\
public serving transportation system, nor to te-
eorao a common carrier: ,.
5. To manufacture any and all kinds of articles aud products as may be deemed desirable
and not In violation of law, and to sell and
dispose ol anme in any lawful manner: -
6. To do any and all other acts and things
necessary or expedient for carrying on the l.itsi-
uess of the Company as hereinbefore set furlh.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nelaon. B. C.
Lighted by Electricitr snd
Heated by Hot Air
BATES 12 FEB DAY
LAnre and  Comfortable  Bedrooma  and   Klrat-
cl.a,l>lulnii Room,   bainple Kooma lor Commer-
���;lal    M.u
MRS.   E.  (   i l.AKKK.  Proprletroaa
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled In the city.
Hoilsa heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. ERICKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court House
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
T*emont House
European and Ant-rlcan Plan
Heals 26 cts.    booms from 25 cts. to 11
Only White Help Employed.
MALONK   &  TRECHIiLTTS
Baker St., Nelson ProprhHort
Bartlett   House
GEO. W. BARTLKTT,
. Proprietor.
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar li tbe Flneat.
White Help Only Employed.
Joeepblne St.
Helton. B. O.
Royal Hotel
MRS. WI I.I.I AM  ROBERTS.
raorRlBTKEaa.
Rates $1 and ��l.n0 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders.
Athabasca
Saloon...
CORNER
BAKER AND
S00TENAY
STKEETS.
Moat comfortable qnartera la Nelaon.
Ouly the beat ol Liquor, and Cigara.
BILLIARDS.
POOL.
MARTIN   IVENS
JNO.   PHIL BERT
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries
Butter, Eggs.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.
Notice to Delinquent Co Owner.
To Charles G. Siinpaoo, or any other person
to whom he may have transfeired hu interest in
t!.f"Muv Blossom" mineral claim, situated on
Brown Mountain, two and a half miles southwest of Yinl', in the Nelson Mining Division, of
\\Vst Kootenay DistriPt, and recorded iu the
Recorder's orrU-e. for the Nelion Division.
You and each of you are hereby notified that
I have expanded two hundred and five dollars
l'i ".'���"��� in labour at>d Improvements upon the
above mineral claim in order to hold the same
under the provisions o! the M mural Act. and if
witbiu niueiv days from the date of this notice
you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of
the expenditure, (which is one hundred and two
fifty dollars (fUELw) tor the two years ending
Sth May. 1'.*"'7,) together with ah costs of adver
Using, vour interest in the said claim will become the property of the undersigned under
Sec. 4 of an Act entitled: "An Acl to Amend the
Mineral Act, 1900.*���
Dated at Ymir, B. C , 16th May, 1907.
JOHN F HAHBOTTLK
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the Wattsburg
Lumber coinpituy has applied to His Honor the
Lieutenant Governor In council, under the provisions ot the "Kivers and Streams Act," for the
right to improve Kykerts creek. In the dlstrictof
West Kootenay. British Columbia, by removing
the obstructions [herefrom and straightening
the bank* thereof, and to construct dams, booms,
Blidcs and Chutes, and make inch other improvements as nmv be necessary for the driving and
raftlugof loas and the Hum lug of Umber thereon
Tne lands to be affected are goverment lauds and
l-.ns .'.M mill :*"..' 'iftHip i, Kiii.u-imy district, and.
the tolls tliat ��re proposed to be charged, il any,
are such as may be fixed by a Judga of the county
court uf Wetit Kootenay.
Dated ihisJTlh day of March, A, D. 1907.
WATTSBURG LUMBKR CO.
NOTICE
In the matter ol an application for the issue of
a duplicate of tin* Cei tltleates of Title for Lots 11
and li', Block 34. Town of Silvcrton (Map 574);
the south ^ of Lot H, Bloek 5, Town of New Den-
ver-and Uit 1, Block 21 and lot 8, block :��,
ICoGlUIl ray's Addition to New Denver (Map 667);
Notice is hereby given ttia; it 1�� my intention
to Issue at tho expiration of one mouth from the
the first publication hereof duplicates of the
Certificates Ol Title to the above described lands
In the name of Heury Sheran and Harry Sheriin,
which Cert ideates are datetl tho 17th June, M99,
the Mh of October, 1894, tho a:trd July, 189ft, and
the 19th January, 189M, respectively, and arc
-mi'ii- r��.i JU'JlK. |.nr,A.7;i.'c and 3Hi\K, respectively
H. I\ MACLEOD,
District Keglstrar
Laud Registry Office, Nelson, B C
 -.Wih. May. 1907 ^^___
1NOT1GE2.
In tlie matter of an application lor ihe issue of
adupltente of the Certificate of Title lor Lots
10 ail I 17, Block *J��, Town of Nelson.
Notice Is hereby given that it is mv Intention
to issue at the exidrutlim of one mouth alter the
first publication hereof a duplicate ol th*s Certificate ot Title for t^e above Lots in the name of
Frames *. hay, which Certificate is dated the
19th September, 1M9H, and numbered aifiOK.
Lund Registry Ofllee, Nelson, U.C., 16th June,
1907. H. K. MacLBOD,
1'ieti ifi Registrar.
3 Improved Ranches Fot Sale
On Kootenay Outlet, between NelsoH and
Procter.   Choice locations.   For particulars
inquire
T. Q. PROCTER
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
MADDEN BLOCK, WARD ST.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Acres
of the
Choicest Frtttt Lands in
Bcltlsfa Colombia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one Mock.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,
Nelson, B. C.
Nelson, Situated in FaSrview, Clo��e to the Cax Line
Large 7-room house. Stone foundation snd flrst-clsss cellar. Complete water eyetem. 10 lots under cultivation and planted In large, besr-
Ing fruit trees.   This Is a snsp.   For particular* apply to
STUBBS
PITTS
FRUIT  LANDS
REAL  ESTATE
FRUITVALE!
GOOD SOIL
NO STONES
EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION (Dally Trains.)
AB80LUTE TITLE
EVERY TRACT SURVEYED
EVERY    TRACT    ACCESSIBLE
EASY TERMS
Something for the practical man.
Just investlgatel���That is All we
ask of you; and you owe that much
to youreelf.
Kootenay Orchard
Association
WARD ST.   -   KELSON, B.C.
GOOD TIMBER
on  1600   acres,   south   of   Burton   city.
for sale.    Apply to
The M. & W. Land Co., Limited,
ALTONA,  MAN.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. See. C. E.
DOMINION AND  PROVINCIAL  LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office: Bealey Building.   P. O. Box 434
Baker St.. NELSON.  B. C
F. C GREEN       F. T. BURDEH        A. H. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Colombia Land Surveyors
C0R.VICT0RIA & 100TENAY STS.. NELSON, B.C
P. 0. Box 145   Fhonc 2*1 B.
CANADIAN
Pacific
railwai
Summer Excursion
.... Rates East
RPOiVI 1NEL.S01N
To Winnipeg $46*50
To Port Arthur. St Pal.
Duloth. Sioux City
$52.50
Chicago S84.00 Montreal M4.00
Toronto 178.50 St. John ��*M.OO
St. Louis SC0.00 Ottawa  SB2.5S
New York $100.00 Boston S8BJW
Halifax $101.80
On Sale July 3. 4, 5.   August 8. 9, 10.
September II, 12, 13.
First Claw Round Trip, 90
Days Limit.
Correapondtsg reductions from all
Kootenay points. Tickets available for
lake route Including meals and berths
on lake steamers. Through rates quoted
to any station In Ontario, Quebec or
Maritime provinces on application.
B. J. OOTLE, J. S. CARTER,
A.u. p. A..Vancouver. D. P.A.. N.laon
IN   THE   MATTER   OF  "THE   PLANS
CANCELLATION  ACT, 1906,"
AND IN THE MATTER OF the plan of
the Townslte of Robson, part of Lot
Three Hundred and One (301,)
Group One (1,) Kootenay, of record
in the Land Registry Office at Nelson aa "626."
Take nni ice that on the 2Ath day ol July, A. P.
1901, at the hour ol ]u:8u o'clock tn the forenoon,
at the Court Houao tn the city ol Nelion. In the
Province of llrltiah Columbia, application will
he made to tbe Juagc of the County Court of
Weat Kootenar. by the Columbia snd kootenay
Hallway aud Navigation Company lor an order
that the plan of the aald Towu.lte of Knbaon, of
record at Nelaon, In the Province of Brtt.ah
Columbia, aa "6,6" be cancelled, and that th.
applicant may enjoy the landa eomprlMd within the aald Town olte fre. from any eaaementa
or rlKhta of any person to open any land or
lanea, atreet or atreeta. equare or aonares, perk
or parka acroaa, within or upon aald landa.
Dated at tbe City of Nelson, in the 1-rovlnee of
Brltli.li Columbia, thla *;ih day of June, A.l) ,
WOT.
MACHOS AM) �� MALL,
Agent, for Unigheed, Bennett, Alliaon, Teylor
A  *BfcLaWB.   Solicitora and  agen'a tor lb.
Columbia & Kootenav Hallway A Navigation Company, applicant..
To MAHTIN M. MARTINS,
and
To H, UK1.I. Jt COMPANY. i
iiw
The Daily Canadian
V
CAIN   YOU   SEE9
Do You   Know  Whnt This Is    ���
It is the Royal Standard flying over at my damp. With a Rood, or-
dtnary pair of eyes 11 is plainly visible, if you cannot see It come down
to my office and  gel   lined  with   proper glasses,
WE  ALSO   HAVE   BINOCULARS
$15   to  $60.00.
J. O. PATENAUDE
MAIMUPAOTURUVO
JBWBLLBR	
Watchmaker and Optician
*���*���*������������<>�� ��.������#*������*>**���*+*������*
d^pcEiyr.s
SPRING IS HERE
SUGGESTING
HOUSECLEANING
���Our Stock is Complete*
SOAPS,  SOAP   POWDERS,
AMMONIA.  LYE,  Etc.
* Here are two Soap Specials:
t*25   31b.   BARS   HOMESTEAD   $4.5C ���
���72 BARS GOLDEN  WEST for $2.75 '
fMTradingCo.j
X This store will be closed Every Thursday X
A     Aft< ��� ��� ii in June. July und August      <*>
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������
NOTICE
PRDN1NW ANI) GRAFTING carefully  attend
to. Apjily
HAKKV  WILLIAMS,
Hllvcr Klnir Hotel.
Old Curiosity Shop
if you want to buy or Hell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese GoodR now on sale.
All kinds of Dlnnerware In stock. Patterns.
Se^Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to Soo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. L Croadsdaile & <��
Next Dopr to Bank of Commerce.
SAMUEL  A.   WYE
HEATING  ENGINEER.
All Kinds of Heating Plants in  Stock.
8ANITAKY  PLUMBING.
Victoria 8t., Nr. Opera House.      Tel. 181.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders will find it to their advantage to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
Llniltsd.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning  8toves, etc.
JACK80N   RADCLII FE,
Iff East Baker St. Phone No. A114
Our Thurman Mixture
Is manufactured from the finest tobao*
co, sun-ripened and dew-sweetened.
It's mild,  full-flavored and  cool.    A   tobacco  you ought  to  try.
W. cA. THURMAN,
Tobacconist.   Baker Street.
AIEE'I'IINOS
Soola.H��t   Party  meeti overj  Fi-niny
< v. ulOff Ht 8 )>   m., lu   IM'   Miners'  Union   HhII
��� li are invited; any one allowed to take pari |n
Ibe rlebetea.   T. Austin, .-ofrciRry.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
t^-
Cor*. Vernon   rtr-iil   *v\ urd JStreets,
NfetLsSON, li. C*
M, ii. Kinj<. Master King. Cranbrctok;
G. A. Laurie. T. W. Leask, Creston, G.
G. Jewell. Jaffray; A. \\*. McLeod. Toronto; F. w. Adolph, Baynes, J. P. Mc-
Gtoldrulck, Bpokane; Miss Taylor, E. H.
Keaffe and wife, Elko; P. Turner, R.
Lund. Wardner; W. Prior, Winnipeg;
\V. T. Baynes, S. F. Wallace. J. Per-
rin, Pernle; C. Staples, C. L. Staples.
WyclJffe; W. 11. Hudson, Denver; A. C.
Lnckln-ad. J. H. Greenfield, Vancouver;
T. Ludgate and wife. Arrowhead; W. J.
Wickarson. Palliser; T. L. Savage, W,
K. Sentle, North port; J. Davidson, Calgary; K. C. McNibben. Uossland; A. W.
Davis,   Sandon.
f7=-
=^
Patronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
But Located Hotel In Nelson
Aiiurlmi'iii. Klt'.-ant.    Cuisine Choicest
Civility ami I'leauliiu-as.
Boperrised by l>r<iprietor ai.il wit.;.
ICI   ON   PARLE   FttANCAIS
.MisH II. Taylor. A. J. Knappe and
wite, Elko; P. W. Hl-ss, Revelstoke; H.
G. Hupping. Arrowhead; A. C. McCork-
ell, \V. P. Alexander, Calgary; C. Sangs-
t'-r, Uossland; D. Koas, Greenwood; J.
A. Honeyman. A. Corroen, Vancouver;
H. C. Button and wife, Winnipeg; Mr.
and Airs. O. Lachumo, Arrowhead; E. G.
Jackson, Toronto; F. S. York, Arrowhead; A. M. Andrews, Cranbrook.
QUEEN'S
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Davidson. Saskatoon; Miss M. Caldwell, Pernle; J. W.
Bennettj Revelstoke; J. Marshall, Needles. J. A. Hinsan. Salmo; \V. M. Lock,
heaver Siding.
GRAND   CENTRAL.
A. G. McMillan, H. Skorring. Winnipeg; 1). W. McArthur, Sirdar; H. C.
Bright, ltegina; A. G. Hlame,' Cranbrook; .1. A. McLean, Ymlr; W. E,
Caull, Sayward.
TREMONT.
R. Taylor. II. Stirzaker, Spokane.
ROYAL.
C. E. Speers, Toronto.
BARTLETT.
J. Davis. Slocan; W. Harrison. Sandon; T. J. Williams, Ymir; R. E. Hutch-
ins. Sllverton.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Fruit,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICE:
N. E. cor. Baker   and   Ward   8ts.
Piano  and Singing Lessons
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.
LOST.
I' lilt. OV IiAHK BI.IK OOOOLXB, nn  Biker 8t.
Will  fiuiler please tin-in  at the Hudson's Hay
store.
WANTED.
WOMAN FOB OKNKRAL HOUBEWOHK, China-
nitin employed. Mra. R. H. Jennie, Hoover Hi.,
between n a. m  and 1 |>.m.	
TO LIT
TWO FIRST-CLASS rooms, iteara heated.
ply hgniskesBsr. are; flat. K. w. c. bloek.
TO  RENT.
7 ROOME" HOCSK, t Iota with bcaiirjf Irnlt
trees, Observatory Street. 2 doora from Kooten-
ny, rent 118 00 pel month. Two (Jood Rooms
above our ofllre, juat Hie nfsoe tor omtea, rent
116.00 per month. Jnye.v Co., Raker Hlreet,
Nelson. B C.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Cricket.
The executive OOmmittee of ihe Nelaon erioket club will meet tit it o'clock
this evening at the resldenoe of the
secretary. A. VY. Oyer. Trail cricketers
will play here on Thursday afternoon,
beginning at 1 o'clock.
Lawn   Social.
The members of the Ladles' Aid of
the Church of Mary Immaculate announce a lawn social Friday afternoon
and evening on the grounds in front of
Rev. Father Althoff's residence. Refreshments will be served, and the city
band will lie in attendance.
May  Reduce Price.
A meeting of mountain lumbermen
has been in progress this afternoon In
the court house. The meeting is not
concluded as The Daily Canadian goes
to prtss. It is generally believed by the
members that there will be an agreement  to reduce  the   prices.
Library Contest.
In connection with the published reports of the result of the library contest Rev. F. H. Graham desires it to be
stated that, while the Churchmen's Club
is only credited with a total of 224,0(10
votes, he himself has personal knowledge of 241,000 that were undoubtedly
entered, and is confident that there
must have been from 25.000 to 50,000
more given by friends and well wishers,
of which he has not direct knowledge.
What to Do With Peaches.
The fruit growers of Nelson district
have a problem to solve. Every spring
their peach trees are so heavily laden
that one half of the crop has to be
sacrificed lo save the trees and the
other half. The unripe peaches so removed for that purpose are sound and
Without blemish. They would do admirably for pickling. Will some reader of
The Daily Canadian forward for the
general good a recipe for pickling
peaches ?
I. O. O. F.
At their regular meeting this evening
Kootenay lodge No. 16. I. O. O. F., will
install their officers for the present
term. Apart from the Installation a
very pleasuing feature of Oddfellowship
will take place, that of presenting to
Dro. R. A. Elliott "The Veteran's Jewel," which is given only to brothers
after having retained a membership in
the order for a continuous period of 25
years; in this case the jewell is presented to Hro. Elliott by Minnehaha
lodge No. 7. Winnipeg, Man., of which
he is a member. Refreshments will be
served after installation and all members and visiting brothers are requested
to attend.
Thaw Breaking Down.
New York. July 8��� Harry K. Thaw is
dangerously ill ;ind fighting death in his
cell at the Tombs. His physicians fear
he is on the verge of a complete mental
collapse. Application was made to the
supreme court to fix bail for Thaw on
the grounds that his life is endangered
if he remains in the Tombs. The possibility that Thaw will become hopelessly Insane as a result of his confinement
was admitted by a representative of the
district attorney's office and by the law-
yern tor t\����s <i. t'.���,,��....      "ic i OVw  mj Dlood
will be on the head of the district attorney," said Thaw to Attorney Dan
O'Reilly. The year is prison for the
killing of Stanford White has made a
different man of Thaw, both in appearance and in spirit. The prisoner's
eheeks are sunken, his skin, always
dark, has an unhealthy tinge; his prominent eyes are almost out of their sockets and even the guards are shocked
at his appearance.
The Store of Quality
Preserving
Berries
$2.00 per Crate
Fresh in every morning. 'An
excellent chance to get your
preserving fruit at a moderate
cost.
CASH TALKS AT OUR STORE
Rob.M.Hood&Co.
 K. W. O. Block . Phone 10.
For Sale
50 ft.  Corner,  Houston  and ward, $375
50 ft. and  Cabin,  Mill,  near park, $275
Residence���Centrally located, near station; six rooms and bath, electric
light, water, sewer.
Also business property, factory sites,
etc., etc.
R. B.  LYS
REAL  ESTATE  AGENT.
Wsit Baker Street. NEL80N, B. C.
Strawberries
AT   THEIR   BEST   NOW
DON'T   DELAY   BUYING
Our  prices   are   right   and   we   have   all
ingredients  for   preserving.
FRUIT JARS
PINTS    *100
QUARTS       1.25
HALF   GALLONS    1.50
C. A Benedict
Corner SIHca and Josephine 8ts.
RHOINIJ   7
ANOTHER   NEW   LOT
OF
DISC
RECORDS
JUST   RECEIVED
COLUMBIAS   and
VICTORS
COME   IN   AND   HEAR
THEM
W�� G. Thomson
lOTSS" "Drt   Nelson, B. C.
Phon* 3-4.
LAWN
SOCIAL
Under the  auspices of  the  Ladles  Aid
of the Church ol' Mary [inniuciilute
GROUNDS  OF
FATHER ALTHOFF'S  RESIDENCE
Afternoon and Evening
FRIDAY, July  I 2
ICE    CREAM    AND    STRAWBERRIES
 BAND   IN   ATTENDANCC-
PER9QNAL.
MIhs Barber will upend her vacation
In Toronto-
Mrs. J. J. Walker will leave for Winnipeg tomorrow morning.
Mr. Patrick, the lumberman, leaven
for Montreal Wednesday morning. He
will return by way of Minneapolis.
MERE   FORMALITY
Sir Wilfrid Tells Paris That Canada Is
Independent.
London, July 8.���Sir Wilfrid Laurler,
Interviewed by the Le Journal of Paris
on the subject of the improved relations
between France and Kngland, said: "I
should like to Bee you protect your own
language against Invasion of terms that
are not really wanted. If you have
come to interview tne, why do you not
say that you have had an Interview
with me?"
In conclusion, Sir Wilfrid pointed out
that when terms between France and
Canada had been arranged, the obtaining or the IlrlilBh government's signature would be a formal matter. "England, whose loyal subjects' we are, considers us sons who have been given
their independence, and grant* us its
signature witfeiut any difficulty, leaving
to us every latitude In discussing our
own Interests, and it is surely to our
Interest, as It Is to yourB, to strengthen
the bonds which unite Canada and
France.
"The commercial treaty that we desire will, In short, unite two near relations, mother autl daughter," suggsteil
the Interviewer, but Sir Wilfrid was not
t5UVer
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wholesale anil  Retail Healers In
Fresh and Salted Meats
rumps supplied on Hhnrtiwt notice and
lowest price. Nothing l>ut  fresh and
wholesome meats and supples kept in Hto.lt
Mail orders nn-eive careful att**ntion.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Is Pehow/ied
FOR
lTS5CEflEI?Y
(TsBusiriESsEriERGY
AND
wmm
mmw
3 to Consider
24 LOTS, an excellent block, $500.
Easy   terms.
5-ROOM HOUSE. Hoover St.. splendid
garden, fruit trees, etc. $1/500; one-
half cash, balance $15 per month.
6   per  cent.
6-ROOM HOUSE, verandah, garden, one
and a half blocks from car line.
$8 50;  $375 cash, balance easy.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER   8T.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Af(<'i)t for Tnmrott Launcliei
au<l I'cUrU.ru Canoei.
Fluent  Lot of   Hutln lu  B   0.
H.   L.   LINDSAY
Foot of Josephine SI.       Tel   Al*
pTRUIT
R JARS
Half Gallon Jars $1.75
Quart Jars - $1.50
Pint Jars   -   -   $1.25
J. A. ffiVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK.
S, S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
INBUSOPM,     -
B. C.
FOR   SALE
160 Acre preemption, 2 acros Olsarsd,
BO IreoH and some Btnail fruits planted.
A :i riiiini dwelling, Iioubos and kIipiIs
for 400 chickens f'150.00.
A pre-emption on Itoaver Creek,
Litllu Slocan M50.00.
Geo. G. McLAREN
Baker  St..   Nelson.
t�� be caught that way. "Leava the Question ot relationship in general terms,"
he said. nddliiK rather pathetically, "and
mind yen, don't yon make me sny a
word more than I have nald to you."
Paris Figaro announce! lhat the new
treaty of commerce between France nnd
Canada will shortly be signed l>y Ihe
governments of the two countries.
SLATER SHOES
We have just received
a consignment of the
Genuine SLATER SHOE
for which we are sole
agents for this city.
Kver try a pair?
"The RoyaF
R. ANDREW & CO., PROPRIETORS
KODAKS And Alt Accessories!
���   (Fresh Stock Twice a Week)
This is the season  for taking photos of
Kootenay s unrivalled scenery.
TOURISTS,   We can supply you with
anything  in the Kodak line.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER  and  WARD. Phone 81
For  a Stylish   Suit
liuilt to Fit the ngnxe and Keep Iih shii|��- Not Only the Kirrn
W.iek   You   Willi-   It,   But   All   the   Time        lie!    It    Mnile   liy
Ti.TT.OH *  Mcyi AiiiiiK   the lielmU.. TnikirH. of Kootenny.
Absolute   satisfaction   guaranteed     or   money   refunded.
TAYLOR & McQUARRIE
High Class Tailors, Baker St., Nelson, B. C.
THE LAST
SHIPMENT OF
SEMI-READY
2 PIECE SUITS
TO HAND
J.  A.  GILKER
bakcr m rrauBTs nbljon.
STARKEY & CO.
VVhiucsuig Provisions,
Producv, - Rrult.
UoTernment Creamery One Pound l'ruks received weekly fresh from tbe
churn.    For sale hy ull leading grcicers.
Office and warehouse: Houston Block,    Phone 78.
Josephine Street.        ...       Nelson, B. C.
Spring la Here
We have prepared for this season by passing into stock all the
requisites for the rancher, gardener or householder.   Spades,
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Spading Forks, Tree Pruners,
Tree Sprayers, Small Garden Tools, Etc.
Prompt  sttentlon  paid  to   letter  orders.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.
INELSOIN    IROIN    WORKS
���^^-~v^~����. A.  ISAAC R. W.  HINTON .iv~��ws^-\^��^
ei-NairNEERS   A.1ND  CONTRACTORS
POUNDERS A1ND
MACHINISTS
,<*pil'.,rlnJ* ���������'d Johhlng anwulial with Oeenntch.   MK����t M.tat
work> Mlr,lr>�� unci Mill ,M,ithli.ur> .      Mniiulauturara t>f
Or.  'Caaraa,   IV.   H.   Cunti nctiira1   Cnra.
t'orner of Hall and
Front Hlreela.
NELSON,    B. C.
Telrphonr ft
KO. Hoi 10MI
A.O. LAMBERT & CO.
MANUFACTURERS    �� 4L . CL<        f
AND DEALERS IN    l*Vmt>etf   OllUlgleSe
Loth, JYioulcJlt-iKs, Doors, Windows.
Tiir-netd Work and Brackets. Mnll OrnVrs promptly attended to.
VHH1NQIS 8TRHI1T   .   .   .    tNI'.l ..SON. B. CS.

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