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NELSON, B.C., THURSDAY, JUNE 20, ��907.
Fiptt Cbnts a Month
10
d Board Quote Legal
Authority
01 DELEGATE DUTY
Latest Communication of
touncil���No Progress Till
ISalc of Debentures.
Sequence of   the   receipt.   lanl
ommuntoaUon from the city
regular niunthly meutlim of
of school  trustees was held
1(1 a   in.  lu  the office of  tbe
Thoae  present  were  W.  Ir-
niiin, Dr. Arthur, A. D. Kino-
j. Steal.
Jul lowing   oonunontoatiOQ   was
ion, B. t'.. June 19th, 1907. ^
Itluir. M. Ii., Secretary Hoard of
ll Trustees;
fcii-I am Instructed hy r.'sohi-
ltii. city council io cull iho at-
ii the hoard of school trustees
ihitlon passed hy tbe city coun-
I March 26tb, 1007 (a copy ol
mailed you on June 10th last),
: for tbe appointment of a com-
bt the city council to work with
|r<! ��f school trustees In all mat'
niuclton with the buiidliiK of
i liool and to ask If It is the
|n of the hoard to comply with
of the said resolution, or to
city council ami its special
iu the future consideration
���natters pertaining to the erec-
ihe new school building.
��������� the donor to be. sir, your
_\   servant,
W. E. WASSON,
City Clerk,
sion the following resold*
bvtd b. k J. Steal, seconded by
pii'Ty. was adopted unanimously:
"i-. the statement in Mayor
etti r of June loth, that a com-
tht city council was appoint-
let In ^injunction with the school
Hn all matters pertaining to the
|n of the new school building at
at ol   the school  board. Is  in
-mil  committee  having been
"1 upon the Initiative of mem-
city council, and
the members of the school
wliu atone could have any right
on the selection of plana or
HtbiT   matter   of   school   business,
mention of being discourteous
In embers of the council's commit-
I making such selection, and
the council  is   reported   to
td to accept the board's ex-
|i n   and
the  mayor   la   reported   to
threatened to witthhold the sale*
|ool debentures by reason of the
���d   discourtesy    of    the    board,
re,
|t resolved, that this board cannot
ly delegate Its duties (as defined
'���   39   of   the   British   Columbia
Art, to the performance of which
members have taken have taken
of office as provided ln Sec.
|th��   -aid act)  or any part of, or
>  BUCb duties to a special eom-
of the council or to any other
P'h i   this   board   Is   wholly  and
esponsible to the people of Nel*
���ho elected  it, to   provide  school
I'"1 dating In this city, and we look
ally council to fulfil Its duties In
"' r by  securing funds  for  the
' of u new school by selling the
irea authorized  by   vole  of  the
V owners of Nelson for thut pur
���tuul
I' further resolved, that this board
1 further Itepl toward the oroc-
V inch  building unlll  Bald deben
�� Hold.
ily other business was the pass-
f (he regular accounts, after which
I adjourned.
LEAGUE OF PEACE.
[Triple Allance  Formed by Spain,
France and Britain.
Juno 20.���The news of the
of treaties by Prance and Spain
|Creal Britain, mutually guarantee-
h��' Integrity of their respective
lt�� and the insular colonial posses
i in tho Kust Atlantic und Mediter-
Bon. und which was immediately of-
Illy denied, was fully confirmed to-
I by M, Plohon, minister of foreign
himself. The fact that at the
i the news was published he had not
Iniunleated with tbe powers led to Its
ltd.
preliminary pour-parlers which
been crowned by the creation of
I new triple alliance, had their birth
AlgeclruH, where France and Spain
Blue Imbued with the Idea of a mil-
J guaranty for tho statug quo of their
Praia and dependencies, such as Alps. Tunis and Canaries, etc., as tho
bait means of assuring the continuance
or their peaceful development.
As soon as the terms of the Franco-
Spanish accord were settled Spain opened pourparlers for an Identical agree*
menl with Great Britain whereby British holdings, such as Gibraltar and Malta, might be made i-qually secure.
Tbe text of the Ihreeeormired agreement thus resulting will shortly be pub-
llahed. No general military convention
accompanied ihe ai rangement, but pro-
Virion Is made in case of complications
to iiHsure freedom ot communication
with the motherlands to the respective
territories included in the agreement
The double arrangement, although
quite diatlnet as between France and
Spain is Identical In terms, It Is regarded here as a tiding complement to
similar ententes between Great Britain
and France und Japan.
TARIFFS TOO HIGH
American Statesman* Proclaim! Right of
Consumers.
Pittsburg, June 20.���Governor Albert
R. Cuinmitigs, of Iowa, delivered the
principal address last night at a meeting of (he Pittsburg board of trade. He
spoke on "'Reciprocity," and Wm. R.
Oorwln, secretary of the New York
committee of the American Reciprocal
Tariff League, also made an address.
Governor Cummings characterized
thu placing of duties upon many things
as an American habit, and said: "1
stand Just as liriuly and as persistently
lor a reduction In some of the duties in
order thai thu home buyer may be pro*
ti cted, as I do for leciprocal ariang-
manu that will enlarge our sales
abroad. 1 um for tariff revision and fur
tariff reduction as a measure of justice
to (lie buyers of protected commodities.
It seems to me that we have gone mad
iu our zeal for (he seller and have
abandoned the buyer to the tender mercies of monopoly, combination und
greed. The people have borne excessive tariff with marvellous patience but
they will not bear It in silence and little by little they ure coming nearer to
their own. The way is beset by many
difficulties, but they will be overcome
and It will not be long before a congress will convene that will be as swift
to give ihem relief to which they are
entitled as the congresses of the last
few yeara have been resolute iu denying It."
SECESSION JNLJ LEVER
New Ontario  Want*  More  and  Better
Road*���Separation  Talk   la
Not 8erioua.
Stratum June 20.���Brno was the place
where the first voice was raised ou "Be-
cesslon" In April. In an Interview today
Dr. llethune suited thai 15 fanners had
loft lately for the West who had been
disgusted wllh the treatment served out
to them by tho government. Some of
ihese had been residents for ltl and
even 15 years.
The soil Is good, and produces more
to the acre than any of the best Western lands. Often in thu case of life
and death the doctor hud to make a detour of miles In order to get to the set-
tier's homo, and, of course, this Is a
treat detriment to the country, ub people wltli families would not go buck u
lew miles out of civilization and tuke
these risks. "Uouds; give us mads," Is
tho cry of all settlers, They certainly
are needed, It being dangerous In some
place* quite close to town. The wonder
Is that there are tiny settlers here at all.
The grout majority of them nre Intelligent and level-headed men. Small mill
owners are not allowed to get permits,
while Ihe large mills aro able to get
all and more than they require. They
are determined to keep up the agitation
which slatted there In April, but upon
qutsiionlng them as to secession, they
all said that Ihey did not want II, and
there Is no doubt If Borne remedy wus
forthcoming ll would quickly die a natural dentil. "1 told Ihem Unit the government was Bending out Mr. Cuchrune,
the minister Tor mines and forests to Investigate. They did not think much of
it. hut uru ready wultlng for him," Bald
Dr. Ilelhune.
James A. Kelley'* Funeral.
The funeral of James A. Kelley took
place thli'afternoon at 2;3�� rrom ""���'
family roBltlencn at Fairview. Tho services were held nt Ihe hoitso hy Ilov.
J. T. Ferguson, the rest of the services
being iindor the direction of the Mn-
gonlO order. There was a very large nt
tendance, and wreaths were Bent by
the Masons, the Lady Maccabees, the
Kebekah lodge, Mr. and Mrs. Gilchrist,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thunnnn and other* The following wero tho pallbearers' W. a. Gillett, Harry Wright, W.
W llcer O. N. Gilchrist. Harry Houston
and John McVny. A special car waB
put on at the mayor's order as a mark
of respect for the deceased.
High School Students.
At the approaching high school examinations Nelson high school will
present one candidate for senior, live
for intermediate and 11 for junior cer-
tlllicntes.
RIGHTSJEFU8ED
Grand Jury Not Allowed
to Inspect
MR. AYLESWORTH RULES
Objected to Criticism of Conduct of
Goverment Institutions���Deny
Ancient Prerogative.
Ottawa, June 211.���Hon. A. B. Ayles-
worth, mlnlsler of justice, in discussing
the action of the warden of Kingston
penitentiary in reluslug to allow the
members of tin.- Krontenac county grand
Jury to omelully inspect the penitentiary la>l week, explained that the
grand jury hud no legal right to inspect
the penitentiary. In common law the
rights and duties of grand Juries in respect to the inspection of public buildings were very vaguely deiined, resting
on custom rat tie.' than upon any special
instruction by statute. According to
a long established precedent, grand
juries were supposed to visit and report upon the management of the county Jails und other locul pulbic buildings,
but no statute and no precedent gave
them power to Inspect provincial or
federal institutions.
The Frontenac grand jury had no
more right to officially visit and report
upon the Kingston peuitenttary than
had the grand jury of any other county
in Ontario, Inasmuch as the penitentiary was not a local institution. Consequently, the warden was Justified in
refusing to allow the grand Jury any
more privileges than those accorded to
ordinary visitors.
Mr. Aylesworlh pointed out thut last
year when Ihe grand Jury at Kingston
saw fit to make some severe strictures
upon the manner in which the prisoners at the penitentiary were fed, their
comments were not justified by the true
facts of the case and were subversive
of discipline at the penitentiary. The
present rules had been accepted after
careful consideration some years ago.
Moreover, lie added, there was/ not the
same need for Inspection of penitentiaries and other federal or provincial institutions by grand Juries as existed
ni the case uf local couuty institutions
The former were always under constnnt
Inspection hy trained government inspectors and Inmates having a grievance could easily bring them to the attention of the public or of the proper
authorities for investigation.
LICENCE  DISPUTES.
Grand Forka Council  and Commiasion-
era at Loggerheads.
Grand Forks, June 20.���The city council of Grand Forks aud the city board of
licensing commissioners have locked
hotns over the recent cancellation of
the licenses for the Grantl Forks and
Square hotels here, and at a meeting of
the commissioners held last evening it
was decided not to Interfere with the
previous order cancelling these licenses.
Immediately after this meeting of the
licensing board the city council held a
meeting when a resolution was passed
recommending to the licensing board
that tho two hotels deprived of their
licenses should be pluced on the same
footing as Ihe rest of the hoi els In the
city. Great excitement prevailed at the
meeting of the licensing commissioners
and a rough hotiBO wub narrowly
averted.
At a meeting of the city council held
here lust evening a resolution was pusB-
ed muking a formal demand on the Yale-
Columbia Lumber company for them to
ti build the First street traffic bridge
which has recently been very badly
damaged hy a large log Jam belonging
to the lumber company during the recent high waters. At this meeting of the
council a resolution was passed Instructing the city solicitor to prosecute on
behalf of tho city ln the case or Hex
vs. Miss llella Donnan, which was in
progress iu the police court.
A apeclal courier from the North Fork
district this morning states that Captain
Wallace Bentloy has made n most phenomenal strike on Ills big copper property near Volcanic mountain. It Ib
claimed that ho has copper ore now In
place, with every Indication of there being a mine, the ore assaying high in
copper and gold.
Good Shooting.
Chicago, June 20.���George Lyons, of
Durham, N. C, runner-up In the Grand
American  Handicap of Inst year, won
the preliminary hantllcnp nt the Chicago
Gun Club grounds yesterday with a total of 96 out of a possible 100. Two
brothers, Tom Graham and J- E. Graham, of Ixmg Lake, 111., tied for second
with 95 each. The field of 307 simmers
included many professionals. Lee Hark-
ley, of Chicago, made 97, the highest
score for professionals. The purso
amounted to $1,495. Several winnerB of
former Grand American Handicaps competed, but npne of them made particularly brilliant scores. Holla Helkes, of
Dayton, O., scored 00. Five states were
represented in the team shoot, 19 teams
of Ave men each faced the trap. The
second Illinois team won with 4118. All
Bhot from the iti-yard mark at 100 targets each. Missouri was second with
452.
CAR SHORTAGE INQUIRY
C. P. R- Representative Defends Service
���Commercial Development la
Overtaxing Roads.
Banff, June 20.���Nearly every operator who has given evidence before the
c al commission complained of the
shortage of cars, which affected the
coal supply in the West and seriously
interfered with the earnings of miners.
This morning the C. P. 11. was given an
opportunity to present its case. General Superintendent. K. K. Jamison, Calgary, appeared along with Car Distributor Harris for the railway.
Speaking in a general way, Mr. Jam-
leson said there had been a shorage of
cars at different' periods of the year
when traffic was crowding. The growth
of the country had been very rapid, and
commercially expai.tlon was going on
at an equally rapid rate. Sometimes it
was impossible, on account of these conditions so general tHroughout the country, to keep an absolutely full supply of
curs at the mines, although he believed
the railways had done remarkably well.
He claimed the C. P. R. in this respect
had done better than other roads. During the winter, of course, the weather
conditions were very severe, and that
incapacitated the C. P. H. a very great
deal, but this road had given better
transportation than was obtained on
other lines in similar territory.
It was pointed out by Chler Justice
Sifton that the shortage of cars ln tbe
Crow's NeBt Pass was general throughout the year, and Mr. Jamleson stated
that tills might he due tu stoppage of
traffic on the niaiu -line through some
Bort ot trouble or other, and he | mentioned as an instance the washouts last
June. Unforeseen things would occur
which, he said, It was impossible to
guard against He did not think the
closing down of the mines could be directly charged to a shortage of cars. He
said the C. P. K. was doing its best to
secure new power and cars. They were
getting in a better position every day.
At present locomotive and car builders
were refusing orders becauBe they had
bo much work ahead. There was also
trouble ln securing sufficient labor.
About 26 per cent, of track and building
work had been held up last year owing
to a scarcity of labor, and they were
handicapped Just as much today. Speaking of the coal supply, he said that last
winter the C. P. E. never had more
than a week's supply ahead at any time.
At the time of the recent strike they
had to confiscate commercial coal iu
order to keop the road going.
At this point Mr. Jamieson's attention was drawn to the case at Tuber,
where $5,000 worth of coal had been
confiscated last winter and not yet paid
for. He said the account was about
to be setted.
Chief Justice Sifton asked it more
prompt settlement could not be made
In these cases, and he said he thought
ll might be managed. Confiscation had
not been resorted to before, and it was
a new matter for the accounting department to deal with.
Mr. Jamleson said provision was being
made to Btore more coal this year, and
they were prepared to store it as soon
as they could get it, hut they were
barely getting enough coal from the
mines now to keek them going.
A strict observance of the Lord's Day
Act would seriously Interfero with supplying ears to the mines. A tie-up of
11 attic for one day meant it was impossible to get the line moving In time to
get cars to the mines before Tuesday at
the least.
Mr. Jamleson emphasized Iho necessity of dealers lu domestic coal getting
their supply from the mines us early
us possible lu order to uvoid a coal
famine.
This afternoon Mr. W. F. Little, man-
ager; James Morris, superintendent,
aud Dr. Richardson, medical attendant
or the Canmore mlno, gavo evidence.
Mr. Little favored the Nova Scotia compensation act but had no use for the
one adopted in British Columbia, ln
regard to tbe hours, lie thought tho
transportation men should work longer
than the men ln tho mine. If thoy did
not thu output would lie decreased and
the cost of coal to the consumer increased. He believed in the Ontario
system of warehouses for storing coal.
Under It the denier could finance a big
purchase of coal, as the certificate for
tonnage was negotiable at the banks.
Dr. Richardson had experience with
miners as patients for ten years, and
he said their health wns good. He objected, however, to boys under 16 being
allowed to work In mints, as it is detrimental to their health until they have
matured growth. They require sunlight
during tho development period, and this
they could not secure In a coal mine.
The doctor also thought miners should
have a regular time for eating In the
mine.
DEFIANCEJF LAW
Revolution in Southern
France
RESISTANCE TO TROOPS
All Efforts of Government Fail to
Restore Order���Rebel Leader
Still Evades Arrest.
Paris, June 20.���M. Farrottl, the striking mayor of Narbonne. and next to
Marcelin Albert, the most prominent
figure in the wine growers' revolt, was
arrested and hurried away to Montpelier
yesterday. Before daybreay the roads
leading to Farroul's house were held by
cuirassiers In strong furce. His bodyguard of wine growers, among whom
were many amazons, which had been
nightly watching over their leader, was
on duty as usual, but when the wine
growers found themselves surrounded
by troops they did not attempt resistance. When M. Farroul appeared in the
custody of a police commissary the
crowd momentarily threatened to rescue
him but the mayor begged that there be
no conflict with the troops, and he was
placed in a carriage escorted by 150
cuirassiers and taken to the railroad
station at Narbonne where a special
train was awaiting and started immediately for Montpelier. Intense excite-
ment prevails at Narbonne but the people thus far have been overawed by the
military display. At Argeliiers the police authorities, escorted by imposing
military forces, raided the headquarters
ot the central committee of the wine
growers' organization at daybreak with
warrants for the arrest of Marcelin
Albert and the members of the central
committee, but they found that .the leader of the movement and several of his
lieutenants had already fled; only three
commltte men wero captured. They were
sent to Montpelier. Strong forces of
troops are scouring the country hunting
down the fugitives. Their escape was
facilitated by the fact that the people
burned the bridge at the entrance of
the Argeliiers yesterday evening, making a long detour necessary and delaying the arrival of the government's representatives.
Paris, June 20.���Late last night Premier Clemenceau received grave newB
from the Aude, the district of the discontented wine growers where the exasperation of the people is increasing.
Messages to the premier came Indirectly by way of Lyons, indicating that the
wires had not been cut. The committee has been reconstituted, a third committee being named in case the members of the second committee were also
arrested, and it is now certain that
Marcelin Albert has not been arrested,
and it is admitted that the police have
no idea as to his whereabouts.
Narbonne, June 20.���A violent mob
from the outlying villages gathered last
night. They poured petroleum over the
doors of the sub-prefecture, which they
set fire to, but were driven off after repeated charges by the troops. In the
course of the fighting the manlfestants
fired revolvers but no one was hit. The
disorder was augmented by the absence
of lights, the mob having cut the electric cables. In other parts of the twon
barricades wero erected. They were
stormed by the troops and were torn
down only to be set up again by the
rioters.
Montpelier, June 20.���Serious rioting
hroko out here last night lasting all
evening. Tho mobB attempted to burn
down the prison and rescue the prisoners. The troops were turned out but
received with volleys of stones aud bottles. Troopers were pulled off their
horses and clubbed. A prominent police official was seriously wounded by a
broken bottle. Mnny soldiers were more
or less seriously Injured.
Fatal Drawing Accident.
Quebec, June 20.���Cunoes, filled with
men working for the Canadian Pacific
Kastorn company, Saturday, started to
cross the river al Hamilton Cove above
the falls, when one of them, containing
seven men, got caught lu tho current
and .was swept over the falls. All
seven men were drowned. So far none
of the bodies has been recovered. Four
of tho men, Alfred Gagnon, George
Quimi, Xavier Guern and Joseph, were
married and leave largo families. The
three others were single, their names
being Phllllppe Chnppendenu, Zeenon
Otis and Little Metis.
Gunboat for Lakes.
Washington. June 20.���The gunboat
Don Juan du Austria, now In New
Hampshire waters, Ib the war voBsel
which tho state department Is trying to
have located on the great lukes ns an
additional ship for Ihe use of the naval
militia In that section of the country.
Every effort is being made to expedite
the transfer of the vessel to the Great
Lakes but it Is hardly expected that
this can be accomplished before autmn
because, of the roundabout diplomatic
methods which have to be traversed In
securing England's consent.
The Everlasting Can.
Huntsvllle, Ala., June 20.���On application for Greene and Gaynor, the Savannah contractors who are under sentence for defrauding the government,
Judge Selby of the United Slates court
of appeals, has granted them leave to
enter motion for a rehearing of the
case. The court of appeals recently affirmed tbe sentence of the lower court.
The application for .re-hearing will be
formally entered when the court of appeals convenes in September.
Newspaper Win*.
Montreal, June 20.���The jury which
has been engaged for some days In
hearing the libel action of Pllton vs.
The Herald returned a verdict aftar a
few minutes' deliberation yester day in
favor of the Herald. The case had already been tried once, before a Jury
which disagreed, but the present jury
found for the defendants.
Mr. Cleveland Improved.
Princeton, N. J., June 20.���It was announced at the home of former President Cleveland, who has been reported
seriously ill, that his condition today
was much improved. The family declines to discuss the former president's
illness, but it is known that he has been
ailing for several days with Intestinal
trouble.
Japaneaa Have Bubonic.
Mexico City, Jnne 20.���According to
a report 1,000 Japanese who reached
Salina Cruz on June 16th, have been
forbidden to land owing to bubonic
plague which 1* said to exist among
them. The men are laborers sent here
to work in coal mine* ln Coahuilla.
Price* of Metal*.
New York, June 20.���Silver, 6714c;
copper, 22Vic;   lead, $6.76.
London, June 20.���Silver, 31 15-l(ld.;
lead,  ��20, 10a.
C0MMI1TEES AT WORK
Silent Work at  Hague Will  Laat On*
Month���No Sitting of Full
Conference Till Then.
The Hague, June 20.���yoday the various delegations to the Fence Conference met and selected members to be
assigned to the four general committees
created yesterday. Under the rule each
delegation his full liberty bf choice In
this respect. These assignments must
be communicated to the bureau of the
conference before 4 o'clock this afternoon, when the four presidents and M.
Nelidoff will hold a consultation and
arrange the days on which each committee will meet. The real work ot the
conference will done In the committee.
A month Ib expected to elapse before
the next plenary sitting, as the plan is
said to be to have the committee work
well advanced before again calling a full
conference together.     ���
M. Nelidoff has received a petition
from the committees of Armenian and
Albanian organizations praying that the
conference consider some measure for
alleviating the deplorable position of
these people. Similar petitions are
pouring ln on the conference from all
over the world. The petitions are filed
with the secretary and are acknowledged with a notification that the conference could not occupy itself with
matters not presented by delegates.
H* Kn*w Orchard.
Dave Clark .the popular Pilot Bay
hotel man, Is in the city. Mr. Clark
kept a hotel at Pilot Day In 1897, during the months Little, or Orchard, and
his wife looked after the boarding
bouse. Ho knew them both well. In
fact, they lived at his place while the
boarding house was being fixed up. Little, he says, was a disagreeable fellow
and was continually nagging at the woman with whom he was living. Very
often she came Into the room ln tears
und It was during this time she began
to realize the enormity of her offence,
and it is likely she made up her mind
to return to her lawfully wedded husband. Mr. Clark has a theory as to the
reason why Little changed his name to
Orchard. While he wus at Pilot Bay.
young fellow named Orchard came from
the Bast, and Little became well acquainted with him. A few months later
Little arrived In Spokane und changed
his name to Orchard, the name evidently having been suggested by his acquaintanceship with the young fellow
he met at Pilot Bay.
Rich Booty.
Paris, July 20.���During a dinner laBt
night skilful burglars entered the sleeping nporlments of Mrs. Otto Steffens,
nn A met lean, in tho residence once occupied by the late Dr. Evans, the dentist, nt 411 Avenue In the Boise de Boulogne, and succeeded In carrying off
jewels valued at $50,000. There Ib no
clue to the  burglars.
DONTNEEDADAMS
WIH Not Re Called for
DEFENCE MAY SUMMON
Judge Goddard's Testimony Made
Deep Impression���Completing
Chain of.fonotaatioQ,
Boise, Jnne 20.���With the opening of
court today the state of Idaho will continue the introduction of evidence supporting the atory told by Harry Orchard. There remains some few points
to be corroborated but up to the present nearly every statement made by
Orchard has been corroborated. The
planting of the bomb at the gate of
Justice Goddard, ot the supreme court
of Colorado, which Orchard said waa
done at the request of the inner circle
of the miners' federation, has been corroborated by the Justice himself, and
the method of his testimony showed
clearly the legal mind of the man who,
finding the bomb at his gate, loaded
with giant caps and dynamite, with all
tbe appliances described by Orchard aa
the invention of one of his co-conspirators, sealed the evidence in envelopes
carrying the signatures ot the finders,
including the adjutant general ot the
state, and then sealed them ln a stone
vault. The seals were only broken in
the presence of the Judge, who identified them and their contents ln open
court.
Steve Adams will not be put on the
stand by the state under the present arrangement Counsel for the prosecution anticipate that Adams will b*
called by the defence a* one of their
witnesses.
MONUMENT TO McKINLCY
Obelisk Raited in Buffalo to Memory ef
Murdered Preeldent.
Buffalo, June 20.���The obelisk erected
here by the state of Now York
and the city of Buffalo In memory of
the late Prealdent McKtnley, who met
his death while a visitor to Buffalo,
will be dedicated in the first week of
September. The exact date'ha* not
been decided upon, as the monument
commission ia governed to some extent
by the wishes ot President Roosevelt.
Governor Hughes and other prominent
men who will be Jjivited to attend the
ceremonies. It Is planned to hold a
week's festival beginning September 1.
A fund of $60,000 is being raised by
popular subscription to defray the expenses of the festival and to provide
for the entertainment of former residents of this city who are Invited to
visit their old homes during that week.
The obelisk is a pure white marble
shaft 36 feet ln height with a base of
six feet It tapers very gradually to the
top, where Is is four and a half square
feet. The obelisk rests upon a pedestal
fourteen feet high, the base of which is
twelve feet from the street level. On
two sides of the pedestal are Inscribed
the record of Wm. McKlnley as a soldier
and a statesman. On the north side I*
the following:
"William McKlnley, died tn Buffalo
September 14, 1901, the victim of a
treacherousi assassin who shot the president aa he was extending to him the
hand of friendship."
Facing east, west, north and south
from the angles of the pedestal are
four Bleeping lions In marble and of
heroic size. They are the work of
Phlnister Proctor, the New York sculptor.
Flanking the sides of the four bases
which support the marble lions are a
series ot fountains which will be fed
with wster from gargoyles located close
to the four corners of the pedestal of
the obelisk. Surrounding the whole is a
broad circular promenade with mosaic
flower and embellished with balustrades
and massive balusters connected with
heavy chains. The approaches nre
Mights of stone steps which pierce the
parapet nt four points. Beyond the parallel leading to the street level are concrete walks between which there will be
grass plots and flower beds.
Farewell Ball.
C. P. Stuart-Morgan, who, with the
Franels brothers, purchased Coldsprlng
ranch from Dr. Lallan and S. M.
Brydges, leaves for Winnipeg tomorrow
morning. The) past and present owners nre Jointly giving n ball at the
ranch tonight. The guests will go out
nn the steamer Kuskanook with the excursion party and stop at the ranch.
They will return at 4 a. m. by a special
coach i attached to the CPU. early
train.
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ProspJctofs',
Lumbermen's.
Miners' and All
Campers' Supplies
T��'*~S   "3     SIM 5-2  ..�� =-tj
RI.S2EPS  Md O.L  SKIN CLOTHING.
0'. �� = iLL5 !���:  .'_ VPERS.
LSCERWE*R a' a'l price*
r-i_DS0S   E1Y   BLANKET!  Mad   CANADIAN  BLANKETS.
F-c S to '2 Psyrtda.
SCX,   '��� ���;   .::_  f.:
GPOC��-   El     --.   =30.ISiONS
rli !'.  FLOUR ajsal  FEED.
Ill ill these Boca we orer  excellent quality at very
reasonable prices.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
:::~:zz. .noo=.sti'.en: : '."- '-:-::...:.'-
lortier eAdorsemeot of him and his col-
���iA~>~. an-i -i>.-.; J :*.:; ' r *h- - :���-
y-roe. while At the sajme time necordinc
*5 re<ofiii;ioDs of the ���imies ot citiiviv
KCOTENAVS  SPECIAL  ADVANTAGE
Kootenay have
oa
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
OIRtAIi PAH) CP....H.:30,���� BEST S..T30.000.
D P. WH.KIE, Prendsn. HOS. BOBERT JAFFBAY, TTee-Fresiden.
ARROWHEAD,
Branchts in British Columbia:
actuals,    nelson,   revelstoio:,    obakbbook,
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Depoeite r-^-r-.T---. sod interest allowed at hieheet   current rate from dale of
options oi acoor-nt, and compounded quarwriy.
J��   M.   LAY, Manager.
hal* oJ ��ev0*ai o'.her districts. It iii
-: ou Liar Kooteaay gels about
r..?Lths comparatively hard ��~in-
;��� r. that Ha rainfall is !ess than tbe
(feast's or Okanagan's. and that thv
area of available orchard land in a country of mountain and lake must .1-
limiTed.
The expfofttac: of the shores of the
Arrow, S'ocan and Kootenay lakes has
ehown that the fruit land is far more
extensive than any one imagined at
stats. No one is now prepared to estimate the available area. In fact some
maintain that it is limited only by the
snow line.
But the developments of this spring
have   shown   that   in. other   respects
Kootenay   has   unrivalled   advantages.
I Every ether district has suffered more
I or less from frosts or drought or both.
| and is threatened with seriously dimin-
j ished crops    Koo'enay alone is immune
i and will produce more and better fruit
than ever before in its history-
There is every reason to believe that
Washington and Oregon orchards have
suffered as much from the same causes
as British Columbia with the exception
of Kootenay.    The contrast is impressive.   .Kootenay growers are probably
not more skilful, many of them are less
experienced  .than those  of  other  districts, but the supreme advantages of
soil and climate easily give first place
to Kootenay.
\ELSO>   BRANCH
HOME SAVINGS BANKS
MAY  BE OBTAINED  FROM
The Royal Bank of Canada
Savings Department
ISSUED POCKET. MEDIUM OR LARGE SIZE IN LEATHER COVERED GILT
EDGED OR METAL POCKET BANKS.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
.",....-.-'. IU lays a seel ; t the
CANADIAN  PCBlaOEDre COM .'ANV, LTD
fiuer BC. Nelson, B. 0.
atacicrriptton ate*, &> cent* a month delivered
la tu? city, or li.fX �� year If tent by mail, when
paid in advance.
a:-. ��� ���:..-.���.g rates on application.
AU moat**, paid tn settlement of The Dally
Canadian accounts, either lor subscriptions or
advertising, must bv receipted for ou the printed
forms of UlS Company, other receipt! are not
valid.  .	
Thursday, June 20th, 1907.
MINERS'  RESOLVE.
Yesterday's news despatches contained an account Iruni Dearer of an
important resolution passed by tht; members of the Western Federation of Miner*, at their annual convention. They declared that there must bfl nu obligation
undertaken by any member of the federation to do anything contrary io his duty
"to his God, his country or his fellow-
men."
The expressions are commonplace
but the resolution corisiitutes B new departure for the Western Federation of
.Miners and one which will be generally
approved and welcomed.
That organization has repeatedly de
dared that the capitalist mine owners
control legislation and administration
of law in lhe Western states, and that
they are bent or. .subjugating the labor-
Jntf class by first destroying their chief
organization, the federation, .fade?*
tion officials have often used languagi-
that c:,uld only be construed as an advocacy of law breaking. They hav.- sa>
ptteftly declared that they owe no obedience to laws made by the capitalists in
their own interests, and enforced by au-
Ifeotitles of thefr own creation.
That attitude cl the part of the miners did more than anything rise t<- Justify ihe rather ruthless exercise of military force in Idaho and Colorado. There
was no us** of pretending to expect
order and obedience from men who pro
claimed their contempt for the laws.
There is no apparent reason to doubt
the sincerity of the resolution adopted
yesterday. It marks a complete change
of front on the part of the Western Federation in three important particulars.
The first part probably does not imply
any declaration of religious faith, but
It certainly implies denunciation of
crime.
Hut tbe recognition of a duly to ones
country is something new and striking.
Labor organizations generally have
been accused of drifting towards Socialism, and Socialists deny the claims
of country. It has often been proclaimed that proletarians have no country, that patriotism is a spurious virtue
inculcated by the capitalist in his own
interest. A recognition of duty towards
one's fellow men is equally significant.
It involves a negation of the idea of an
unending class war waged by Labor
against its natural enemy, Capital.
While the despatch from Denver was
very brief and gave no indication of
th*_* debate than ended in the resolution
undoubtedly the delegates felt that they
were meeting UQder graver circumstances than ever before, aud were impressed with a sense of responsibility
to the thousands of men they represent.
It is perhaps an exaggeration to say
that in the persons of C. H. Mover, W.
D. Haywood and G. A. Pettibone, the
Western Federation of Miners is on
trial. The counsel for the state of Idaho
in opening his case expressly declared
thai he did not charge the federation
with complicity In, or approval of, the
long series of murders and outrages
ihat would be the subject matter of the
trial. He charged only that an inner
circle, held in power by the organization had directed a campaign of crime.
That the state's counsel felt ft neces-
?ary to state that he did not accuse
the whole organization of murder, reveals a, very serious state of things. It
was Incumbent upon the delegates to
the convention at Denver to put themselves on record as opposed to violent
and IrtWless methods. They have done
mon than thai. They have acknov.l-
edged obligations as citizens and mem-
Uts pi a community, obligations the
first of which la obedience to the laws
under which they live.
It should not he forgotten that the
convention is held under very delicate
and trying circumstances. The chief
-rxecutive officers of the federation are
.'aclng the charge of murder. The
president, Charles H. Mover, has been
elected to thai office five times while
In prison on various charges, on none
of which has a conviction been secured.
It Is- almost inevitable that he be reelected again. If he Is not re-elected It
might be taken to indicate a doubt as
to innocence, and might seriously prejudice in his case. He is entitled to be
treated as an Innocent man until a jury
DONT   WANT   GUNBOATS.
Methodists of Toronto Conference Dep-
racst* Any Change.
Toronto, June 2'.'.���With a view to
maintaining peace between Canada and
the United States, a memorial was pre-
seated at the Toronto Methodist conference thi*; morning, praying that the authorities at Ottawa and Washington be
asked to discontinue their efforts to introduce warships on the Great Lakes
alter a century of peace between these
great nations, and it is earnestly trusted
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Fruit,
Ft*el tfc Poaltry Co., LtA
OFFICE:
N. E. cor. Baker  and  Ward   St��.
Notice to Delinquent Co Owner*
To claries (����� Simpson, or any other person
to whom he msy have trsm-'fVrred his interest In
tbe "Mar Blossom" miner*! Halm, situated on
Brown Mountain, ttvo and a hall miles tooth-
west of Yiiil.-, in the Nelion Mining Division, of
West Kootenay Dtftriet and rootrrdod in the
Recorder'* office, for the Ksltoo Dlrlslnn.
100 and e��.rh of rou are bSTSbf notified that
I have Upended two hundred and five dollar*
CJ06.10) In labour ai*d improvements upon the
above mineral claim In order to holt, the tame
under the provisions ol the Mineral Act. and Jf
within nlueir dayi Irom th*- date of this notice
Ton fall or retUMJ to contribute your portion of
(he expenditure, (which !��. one hundred ��nd two
fifty dollars (flirJ.ou) tor the two years ending
Its May. MOT.) together with ah cost* of adver
tiding, vour lnu-r.���-��� in tbe ��afd claim will become the property of the undt.'r*ij/Qed under
Sec. i of an Act entitled; "An Act to Amend (he
Mineral At:, 1900."
DM*d at Ytntr, fi. C , 16th May, 1907.
JOHN V HARBOTTI.E
���LAND
IN THE HATTER OF THE
REGISTRY ACT"
���AND���
IN THE MATTKK of the Issuance of an
Indefeasible Title to F. W. Howay
and H. L. Reld to Lots 2 and 3,
in Block 12, City of Nelson.
Whereat tbe document* hereinafter mentioned
are n it to the possession of the aforesaid Jloway
.indRcid;
And ".:<->���>����� production of them U required
tinker the "Land Registry Aci";
Take unit �� that all or any persons haTing
these documents ln tbelr possession or haTing
���Sy interest iu tbe urau are required to produce
lhe --ame to lhe btatnCt Hcgistrsr of Land TIUm
nt Nd'on, B.C., on or before lhel5tb day of July,
1907:-
Conveyftncefn Fee, from A. Barrette to Alexander
Carney, dated :31b October, 1S9I.
Mortgage In Fee, (aom A. Cirneyand A Barrette
to M. Mrlones and V. Burns, dated tbe itftb
of November, ISSi
Conrejance. ln   Fee   under power   ol   Sale In
Mortgage from Malcolm Mclnnliaod P. Burns
to A. H. Bucbanao, dated 17th of November,
1893.
Conveyance In Fee, A. H. Buchanan to tbe Back
of Montreal, dated tin* 24tb of august. ISM.
Conveyance  n Fee, Bank of Montreal, to Rose
Mary Heathcote   and lon-ph   Heatherlngt'jn
Howe*, dated Hth November, 1SS5
'.'onveyanoe In Fee, of an undivided one-<juarter
from Rote Mary Heathcote to Paul Johnson,
dated the Z<!h of jVeoeruber, 1��*S.
Dated tnu 29tb day of Ms v. A. I>. 1907.
HF.lliCl.KOD,
Diitrlet Registrar of Uod Title*.
that
wen will Hre and
is peace without
rmamenT5 of war.
For Sale Cheap
BOILER
One  *>tMndi   diacitler, b*   16ft.   Sitt- :
'.ong.   underflred.   return   muiU-tubular
boi:er,   in   fair   condition.    Egnty-two
:4-io   totes.   2 1-3x2 !����� in.   steam
dome.   Boiler is good lor testing to 150 !
las. per square inch, and a working pre*. ]
sure of SO to $0 lbs.   Mountings consist
if   safety    valve,   stop   valve,   water
pmges.    try cucts.   sludge cock and ;
check valve, set of fire oars and bearers. '.
ENGINE
On? S-in. diameter x 14in. stroke, high
pressure, variable cut off expansion, j
valve engine with governor. Fly wheel
and belt pulley are tfce^st not oris :... I]
supplied with the engine but are suit- |
able for ordinary requirement. Engine
has been used to drive electric light
at the smelter and Is in good condition.
PEEP HEATER
One vertical multi-tubular exhaust
steam heated feed-water he3*.er. 4 ft.
high. 104in. diameter with openings
for 3-in. exhaust pipes. Corrugated copper tubes inside through which the feed
water passes. Stop valve, drain cock
and safety valve. Apply to
The Hall Hming 4 Smelting Cc Ltd.
NELSON. B. C.
FRED IRVINE & CO'Y
Free Lessons in Art Needle Work���Conticelli Sifc
Miss Lockvwcd. an experienced teacher in Fancy Art Needle Work,   will commence a aeries of cla.it
Knights of Pyth,as Ha::. Every lady in the city is especially invited to   avail   herself  of these  lessons f^
For   further   information apply to Fred Irvine A Co.. who have a complete stock of stamped goods ami,,!,,
aay fro** '0 a.m.  to 12 a. m.; 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
C a****
FRED IRVINE & CO'Y
NOTICE.
IsfjtfB* u hereby flTen that 1 wiM ippiy. at the
next meetinf of the License Comciuioneri. for
the City of >elson. lo bSSM the liquor license of
the No Place Ian. traatie.-red from Archibald
Ftrijcson re.d to myself.
Dated May 29%n, 19��_T. Wm. G03SKLL.
By Power of Attorney.
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.
Noticr :i L .r>:*eivta tail *<!..?' *'__ _f__}
lnt-^'. :   �����:.������   ::.   ���"  -*.'**''
Mtas. mi     Ui '��� u ! ^'Tkifor periftiwwn to
Barchat* -    *:  if*crtbed tra-t of lanJ
ntuate in WssH K ��� leaai dtstnet: CotrmeDcins
at a m>tt ptoaled lm i-.artr creek near ��u con-
flue d�� with .- ��� ���' ��� �� =i*n��. ��i'.��a
lta.'bc'tir,�� N. ST. eaner, ibence south �� chatnt,
tbenee east *) chiin*. thence north ��chains.
tbenee Weat ��> ehaini to place of commencement.
I     -ti- Msy, 19CC. W:.::a�� Pauoch.
I Notice n ter*t?y ilren mat fiC Cays after date I
��� intend to aMtr to see HonT*t..e tbe Chief torn-
i miuioner of Lands and Works Nf prrmusion
i lopur-hs** the I* *o*:a(t irs.r :- .*.."��� ���--���*:*
in Wen Koownay Owlet: tomnjt-nf'.nr st a
I post pise, d at the wot boun^sry -; Lol &���: M.
i and at<out lochaia* tt-^uth .'1 ihr h-:- ;��� asdanr
i of the ri#ht-o[-w��y of the B C. LsMlawn tsll<
' wty. and ssrkei P A Pi *oa*he*st corner,
thence west M' chataj, thence north to thejoutb
boundary of tbe rtefct-oJ-vsr of B. C. .Southern
railway, thence Mlowtas *+*& houndary of ���*���!
ritht-Hif-waT 12 ��a euleeqp direction to the wes:
boundary of Lot K2 SL thenc* south lo place of
coinnenc*ment, coc'slams ICO acres, more or
less.
Dated this 14th day of June. 1��7.
Pari. AJPSUS1 Par-jOK.
Nelson Und District. DUtnctof west Kootensy
Take notice that John Philberl of Nelson,
Brttamh volumbla. occupation, saloon keeper, intends to apply for t*ennis*loQ tojvurcbase the
foliowiDg deacrlbexl land: Commencing at a
post planted on tne north bank Lost cre>ek, snd
about two and one "juarier miiea easterly from
tbe jun.tlon of Lo*i creek aad salmon riTer, in
ibe Nelson ;��nd duinvt. thence north 60 chains,
thtnea we#t fiu cbslns, tbtnee south �� chains,
snort or le*' to Lost creek, thence eaat following
said creek to point of commenceaient and ccn-
Uintng ** aom. mort or less
r��ate3 June >th. 1W7. Jobs PHTfSST
Notice !��� hereby elren that 1W daynfter dare
Tbe Canadian PacincTimVr 'ompany. Liml:e-1.
intends to submit to the Honorable Chief Com-
mlssminer of Landi and '���'��� trkl a pro{-��aJ -.:..:���:
the proviiions of the '-KlTer* tnu Streams Act"
and amendments thereto, for the right to Improve Trout creek and Its tributaries from the
fourceaof such creek and tnV-itarles to the point
where tbe ittne flows into Trout :-.'t- in tbe District of West Kootenay, and to remove ob*truc-
tion* t beret rom and mat- the tame fit for driving, "torlne, sorting snd : :���. l_- logs, rafts and
Tsfti. an>] the flumins; of 1 :imher thereon. al��o
for the right to collect tolls thertoo.
The landt aUwtei are Crown lands and Lots
770, 7*0. Tail. 772. 771 7CJ. Tfl and 190. ail in
QlOBII 1, Vest Kootenay.
Dated thu 30th day of May.'.WT.
THE CANADIAN PACIFIC TIMBKR
COMPANY. LIMITED,
hy their lollcltor. R. af. Macdonald
Certificate of the Registration of an
Eitra- Provincial Company.
"Companies Act,   1897."
I HEREBY CERTIFY tbat tbe "Kinney-Miller
Cedar Company," bai this dav been regutered
is an Exira-proviiuial Company, under fhe
"Companies Act. ISS7," to carry ont or effect all
uranyof the objects of the Company to which
the Uftlslatlve authority of the Legislature of
British Columbia eitends.
The head office of tbe Company is situate in
the City of Spokane, in the Slate of Washington.
Tbe amount of the capital ot the company :��
fifteen thousand dollars, divided into ooe hundred and flftr shares of on��> hundred dollar!
each.
The bead office of the company in this province li situate at Creston, and William Hcnrv
Crawford, merchant, whose address is the tame,
is the attorney for the company. (Not empowered to issue and tranfer t>tock ,
The time oi tbe eiiuence of the com pan v ||
fifty yesn from the nth day of March, lsOT.
Tre company Is limited.
Given under my hand and seal of office a 1
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, tbls 21st
day of May, one thousand nine hundred [and
seven.
|L.s.] 8. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar ol Joint Btock Companies.
The objects fnr which this com pan r has been
established and registered are :
1. Toaroulrein any lawful manner, manufacture and sell or dispose of any and all kinds
of cedar and other timber:
2. To acquire In any lawful manner timber,
whether Handing or cut, timber laads or other
landn. lays, poles, piling, posts, lumber, shingles,
��bing!�� bolts, and any and all kinds of timber
product, to manufacture any and all such, and
to dlsjKise of iame in any liwtul manner:
3 Toacqu re in any lawful manner stores,
implemenii, aud any and all kinds of merchandise or property not In violation of law, and lo
dispose "flame ln any lawful manner:
4 To build or lo aiquire in any Uwful manner roadi, tramways, or other menus of transportation nece^iary or convenient to the oiher
purpose* p| the Corporation, and to operate,
lease, or dispose of tame aa may be detmtd id
visa Me; provided tbe same bv prhhte ways and
roads only, and provided further that this article Is not to Htitnortze the ' ��� ��� ;������ .-���, t :< >u to operate or maintain anv public or toll road, nor ��ny
publlc strvlng transportation system, nor to become r common carrier:
f>- lo manufacture any and all kinds of sr-
tldes and products as may uc dt-'.-med desirable
and nut In violation of law, >."<I to tell an I
dfsjtost: of same in any Uwful manner:
6. To do invalid all other a��-ls and things
u*iviessar< .,r cipedlem for carrying on the busl-
n������ nf ;��,.. | r.n-innv as hMSfSPSfofS net fortb.
LAND NOTICES.
Notice Is hereby given that six tyda>s after dale
I Intend to apply to tht-Hon. Chief Commissioner
DflAAtU and Works for permission lo purrhaae
Ibe following df-acrlbed tract of land situate in
West K.-oteiiay district: Commencing al a post
planted about one-half mile north from forka of
Hunmlt creek, marked 'can ���aineron'i 8 W.
'orner, theoce east 40 chalni. UlSIMS north 10
chains, Ihence west 40 rrnKs. theiwe south *j
chains to place of commencement
23rd May, 1��7 Jkkv OiMSBOS,
 Wtj.ium Hakwh'R, Agent
Notice U hereby given lhat sixtv days after
date 1 intend to apply to the Honorable Chief
Commluloner of I-audi and Works for permI*-
���ion to purchase Ihe following described tract of
land- situated lu v, ..���; Koot-nay district: Com-
nienclng at a post planted on .-'.intuit creek,
about one-balf mile nortbw it from forks, marked J.8 McL's N K. corner, thence west 4ft chslns,
tbenee south 40 chains, tbenee eaat 4n chalni,
tbenee north 40 chaim to place of commencement-
-3rd May. 1W7. Jowsi 8. NcLaitfilan,
  Bufw-rs, Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that 00 days after date I
Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief commissioner
of Landi and Worki for permission to purchase
tbe following described tract of land, situate In
West Kootenay district: Commencing at a post
planted on rlacer-T'-ck. near Its confluence with
���-.:;. rMt < reek, marked Margaret McLnurblan's
N ��. come'' thence south 40chains, thence west
����� ��� chains, thence north 40 chains thence east go
chalni to place of commencement.
Srd May, 1907. Maiiubst McLai chus,
. William Vabsoi's, Agent,
The Hall Mining and Smelt
Company. Limited.
NELSOIN, B. C.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry W
STARKEY & CO
Whoi^Mftiaj Rrovlsslonats,
Produce, - Fruit*
GoTernment Creamerr One Potuid Bricks rpceirnl wwsklr fresh frtaill
rharL.    For sale by all U��dhiK grocers. ' '
Nelson Lan'I DisUict. Piatrk. of W*^t Kootenay
Take BOties that TtABM McIV-naid. of ��laon.
British t o.umbta, occupation miner, intends to
spply lor p*.-mission to pur-bas* the following
described isnds: Cummt-ncingat a post planted
on th? cort^ tank of Lost cr^s and about on*
mile easur.y from the junction of Lust creea
and Salmon nut, in the Nfliou land district,
thence north 00 chains, tbenee east 60 chaint,
thence toutc 60 chains, thence west 60 chains to
point of commencement, and containing ��.>
acres, more or less.
Iiated June Mb. 1SVT. Fa*T��i McDcWaLO.
Office and warehouse i Houston Block,   Phone 7i��.
Josephine Street. Nelion, B*G
Nelson Land District District of Wssrt Kootenay
Take noiice tbat Fjlwarl taSafl of Ymlr, British Columbia. lATupation, miner. :n'.'.-nda to ap-
Jly for permission to pur hase the following
escribed land: (.ommem-tng *: a ,- ���; planteil
on the north bank of Lost creek, about three
miles easterly from lhe junction of Lost creek
and Salmon river. In the >dson Isnd district.
thence north ���*��� chains, thence west 60 chains,
thence south w chains, more or . ���*. to Lost
cieek, thence east following said creek to point
oi commencement, and containing 460 *���:-*,
more or lesi
Dated June Mh, 1SW7 Edwaip PtttsW.
Piitrict of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Wtntam Davi.i Anderson, of
Sirdar, occupation bndgeman, intend sto spply
for permission to purchase the following deacrib-
ed lands: Commencing at a post planted at the
north side of summit creek, marked S. Wt,
thence north 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence south A) chains, thence west 40 chains
to point of commencement
William DaTTS flsniSSUS.
W.J. Scorr, Agent
Notice ii hereby given mat �� ctayi alter date I
intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commlssinnero!
Uadsand Wstts, Victoria, for pennission to purchase lhe following deacrihed iand: UlaSaasUMfag
it a poat planted on the west side of Btacu lass
sad about two miles north of rivan* crm I tS I
marked ii. a. O's southeast corner rott. tbenee
north followlnjf shore of lake I0O chain* I
wesieo chains, tbsnee soi.th I'O chains, thenrv
+-��*t 4*.' i !;ains to point of <*'tnmencera"ni, SV>'
acres more or less.
Locale-i April ��, IW7.
h*o R QaJtaStT, Ix^awr.
Wm cuh"��h. Agent.
rlny Oap alter oste I mt-n i to appli io the
, Hon chief 'ommisjiloner of Uodi an-f WorKs to
i purchase the following described Und located
m Fire Talley district of WtMEootSMf I bs��
, cit-ntlng at a post planted at th* b. L corner ol
Jobs Bangi-p-e-emptton. tbemesouthsuchaini.
thence Teat 40 chains, thence north �� chaius
thence asst 40 'bains to place of Uginnior con-
laUilnfMsssss * uBiug.TOB
Locatsd March 14lh, 1��7.
li. A McPHie, Locator.
  J-J Kiur. Agent.
!     1. ibe undersigned, alter 60 dan iiWH
|  ply i" tht Hod. thf i.hleftotcmiiiMfjsill
j aud vtorka io purchase tbs M'.om]0(tr^
|  land.    < oinniein-ing  at  tbf K.I.I  bit
������   I .   ISsSMM   west 40 chsius. ttuvt *
-tains, thence east 4o chains, tkeseta
chains to point ol tomn)enceoieat,nia��
st re* more or less.
Locate*! March astb, 1807. W.i.Mal
Take : \: ��� that Harry Williams of :���<-.*��� :i.
B C, rancher, intends to apply for pennlislon
to purchase tbe lollowlng described lands In
He*: Kootenay dlitrlct:
Commencing at a post planted adiaceni to the
southeast corner of Lot iu thousand nine hundred and fci*Tb'.y-riv*> (6;*V>), (iroupone (1). In this
district, tbenee south twenty (JO) chains, tbene*
west one hundred and slxti (160) chains, thence
north twenty i J0) chains, thence east one hundred snd sixty (160) chalni to the poiat of commencement and containing SJ0 acres, more or
���BBSs
L'sted tht 19th day of May, 1907.
Haut Williams.
I, the undersigned, after 60 i- ���.. intend to apply to the Hon tbe Chief Commissioner of Lands
snd Works for permission to purchase the following described laud: Commencing at a post
marked K.at.6, situated on the weit ��hore of
i*lo<-an lake about twenty mile* from Slocan city,
thenoe west 4<J chaius. thence south SO chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence north along the
shore of lake --��� chalni to point of ������::.:������ n-.-
sisql
Locatcl May 4th. Biet siHaai-,
Brits tYsatB, Agent.
Slitydaysafter .late I purpose nakingapplication to the Chief Commissioner ol LsmU and
Works for permission to purchase the lollowlng
described land: Commencing at a post placed
at the northwest corner of lot 494*CI and m.��rk-
ed '!'. Mct's S L corutr posi," running thence
80 chains north then<-e 90 chains west, thenre B
chains south, thence So chains easl. to point of
coiiimentemt-nt, containing MO acres, more or
less.
Dated thli 6th dav of May, 1907.
/Signed) V~tn VrCri.LocH,
per D A. McCOUaKSt. Agent.
Take noli--e tbat 60 da^* ��ft. - ���:��:, i au-n-i to
spply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
aud Work*, for permission to purrhase tbe following described lands: Commencing at the
southeast corner ot lot 6306, theocv wc��t io
chains, thence south j(0 csains, thence cast A)
ehalns, th-uce north *i> chains, thence west 10
ehalns to point of commeuoemeut. containing
*-' acres, more or less
Dated AprU 16th, 1907 V  j. BaAUUtv.
W. VT. nsAMJtT, Agent
to the
and
Sixty days arter date I intend to apply t
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands an
Works lo purchase JtWacrv* of land: Commencing
at s post planted on the west title ol 6-Mil.>. revk
ou the wagon road aoout 2*_ miles from Koot>
ensy like, and markM Neil McKeihulc's u uth-
west corner post, Uaenee ��e*t so chains, thaaos
north 40 chaini, thenre east ��> chaina, thence
south 40 chains lo place of bewtnntna
Located this S3rd day of April, 1**7.
Rni McKtrHMt.
,  R J Eluott, Agent.
I, the undersigned, afursodayi intend toa7-
Ply to tbe HbUiTsblv the Chief CommlMioner of
Unda and Works to purchase the following describe, land: Comrjc-Gcing at a pm: marked
��. B- ( , situate at the mouth of Cove cree* on
*.t,e.wwV,nnre oI *s!"��n i��ke- toet,ce ""��������' -i��
ehains, thenc*.- south 20 chains, thence w-n Ji
cba ns, thence south W ohaini. thence wed 40
cha ns. thence south 40 chains, thence east ���*
chains, thence north K> cbains to point ol con-
mencfineni
Locates March J7th. 1907       .N. F MosVaVSMT,
,��I;��!bnuna*"i*ncd.iI,tenu*"<,,6<''i��y-iosppiy
tothenon.th-chieK'ommissio.icrof Undsand
"orks f.-r permission to DUMhasa th.. fMlnw****
Sixty dayi after date I intend to spply to lhe
Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the following
descrD-ed lands in Wssl Kootensy district: commencing al a post ;...:.:���! on the south shure of
Kisotenay lake and adjoining t P. H. bloek No.
10, and marked "Tom Gordon s northwest corner
p.ist," theuce south v> chains, tht-cce *ast 40
chalni. thence north 2D chains, more or less, lo
Lake s>h"re, thence west 40 cbslns to point ol
commencement
Dsted this :��nh of April, 1907.
  Tost (lOSisoj*.
Sixty days after date 1 intend lo apply to the
Hon Chit. Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase th* following described land in West Kootenay district: i'om��
meuclng at a post marked A C it�� northwest
liorner post, running to chalni sasterly along
the bn.inaary of limbtr licence No K.i9, thence
southerly M chains, thence wester.y 40 chains
thonce northerly W chains along the V V R
trH.g io the Place of copimeuctment, conUlnior
two hundred acres, more or leu
Located this 9th day ot May. 1907.
A. C. Biin, Loca-or.
Hon. Chle! Commissioner of Unds UtfWorS
Victoria, to I <rcbasc lb following dsSBriSS
lands adjoining the Arrow Ukps m West Kool
c-n-v:   (ommencing at a rxmi plante<I   at  the
i-xsv% s u-M- ''oru;> ^ ��-��'P"^. ��d
marked K.V\'ssi,W. corner pr>st. thenreJ0cn��ins
north along lake shore, tbmes^SBasxSsleast
Ihence ���jochain. south, thsoss BchaJU'west t o
FenV* be*fnnl"'t' ����I>'��"'lnK 40 acres, more or
April la, 1907. KviLTK Watsob.
u***% SOT *"er,,li,r ' ln'cn,l to apply tTthi
Hon Chlei Commissioner of Undi and Wnrha
mre..rOf0Bur^:f "T"1 *��***���*- SJ
UnieTa1, I^WW^SSW. U Sn'ri
marked <i A  Hunter', ,�����,hsljijffmiikJSi
north 40 chains, Insnes ! il   20 S!iu ' $SS
Located April 20th, 1907, 0. a fan.
pera.Kggus, Agent.
��� n,..**^0 L**.*' th1enft* W^1 i0 i*h��lo��. thence
ncrth 49 chains   thence cut 40 chains, ���.!,- nes
���ouLb along shore of tfloi-an   lake to point of
commencement.
LoOStsd May 4th. T. |t**9U*W.
n*??Si ttC *f,,:r d*'*'' in*'n<1 >0 ���PT'T to Hon.
tbet hief(ommlsjiioner..f Utids and Works for
permission lo punhsae the lollowlng (tsMrlbsd
tanaj m Kpolenay dutrlet;   Cummi-neing si a
sllua ed at the norlheasi corner ol f. h 3o afoul
cha int. ihence wetl *> chalni, thvtice mmth SO
eha ni, tbenee east *o chains, thenre north *o
cna ns. thenre east tu chains, then., n.rth in
chains, tbenee west mi chains to point o| com-
mencement, containing ��o acres, more or lest.
JLocsted March liih. 1907. Bsrt;t Whits.
I.lh* uiid.-r.Lgiud.sttcr su-iayt Intend to sp-
KLta tl,e,"ono'shie the chief Cowmlsalooai ol
���amis an.i works for penanMon to purchase lhe
'oil-win*- land. r-;mmencliig at a post usrkod
L.,7.1. t, . I2S3- ,lltDC��-' *���*! wi chslns, thence
I^n ^* rt'*ins. thence west Bshalni, thsass
KSiSft*1^ lhen�� w**1 *�� i*��.n��. thsnos
W0'h�� chain*, thence east so chains, thenre
north no chains io point o| cnmmeticcment.
Located March '/7th. Ila.r7.      If.I. HolfArjQHT,
_^^^^ N. i\ McNai uht, Agcui
Take    n��tlce    that   siity   dan ifwl
I intend lo apply to the HonenW'tstS
(.'���mmlasiiincrot land* mi Worts lot m
aion to purchase the following >le*QriMl|
..-.��%-: In the Went Kootenay iiuinf.: (
mencing at a post planted at lhe isbL.
ot-rnsr of Lot W, on tbe south Hdt oftSsVl
Arm "f K ���.itenay Jake, thence WihumsS
isratatracl corner of said lot, tienfsSA
*     ���' '   .-  rv �� !,*.!,. ,ul, thftn* **
plass cf commem-eanni. ".uuais(
acres.
AprU ted. 1907 CXAiLks SOU
per Kaxtarf w  iu-n.^Mut. .Knn I
Sixty days after dale I intend to appiysfl
Hon. the cn.ef Cossjb las loner of uasiST
Works, Vlciorta, B C. to purchase &___
land: Commencing a,a post plsntefl attstl|
of Nelson's s E. eorne?!K*ft, oa KtotenifiSf
���iience 'Ai chalni aoutt. thence west Sts^
ihence north W chsln*. ihence easl Md '
p*'tnt of minnnencemeiit-
Nelson, B.C., April S4,1OT        K.;^isat|
Notice is hereby given thai 60 IssSatSJasJ
la tend to apply to tbe Hoa Cbkl'tssi'*"-
��� ���( l.ai:'i�� and WorksjVr yermttiioisf
tne following .iescribed land in "tf"(
d:-:.-i.t, on  weat shire of Lower iHW s
adjoining Lot No. 4S4S, on the south. BsT*
st a post market! -Mtrry Mcleod s l*-l
post and tlanted on the shore ol ^fijj|
Lnk.-.at the southeast cornet of'spi 'st
Ul*IS. thence well �� chains, iHeoe* ���"
chains more or lea* to lhe sort* touiM
^..llmore'i P. K . thence J'ChstJilSBstil
said bonndary to lake, lher.ee nanh ii
lake shore At cbaint, men or lea *
commencement. ,
May Und, 1907. t.1km___
Agent lor Harry I
Sixty dsys alter dste 1 intend to ipW *i
Hon. the ChlsJ CksMSktedoan cf ^J
Works, Victoria, to pun hsse 1J1 **"����� |Js
hsr-ated un the weat side ol A/to* \ttttst9
directly north ol Lot "976: C,>amenrtDI��*,|
planted at the N. E. corner ol l~t*^*at_f__
M "B. B. B, li. corner," snd roBBlBf W*l
ohsim. theuce nest 20 enstn*. ihsaSl i*"B
cbaim, thcuce west SO chains ttentf sssa
chains, theuce east 40 chain* to p*>*&''
Api-l] 23rd. 1907. Hit���. BMj*|
J. K. ASMsSlkslfrt
BSZtS days after dste I lntsn.1 toMfWH
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol land* t��a_7_
Victoria, B.C., to purchase tht i;,iW""Jssl
- ��� .1 ��� . land, sttuate.1 in -te Weal *��fTS|
trlrt: ConimeuMog st s ji����t P1""*;^*!
Wusl ildo of Kootenay lake. BSSI *V_
oolnt, and marked J. McKiniit-n�� I '-��_m
Bast, thence west td chsiss. llwssi swatp
chains, thence can M0chains myr*"r-f"��rf
shore, theme along lake ibort lo po"'p
���SOi ,-.��. n; ,       ..,.
DaM April 4, 1907, Plgue-! ���'  __*
6 xty days after date 1 purpose making span.
cation lo tlV- Hon. Chief .\,ram,ssit,tier .? iii,.'],
ana Horki, for rscrnl'tjon in purchase the following described Und: Commencing ���, a".,���,,
place., on the west shore of Lowsr Wnatshsn
lake, about a U mile from the r-utlel of Mmr.
snd marked % w>. N.r. corner post." n��
ning thenre*'  chalni west, ihence *i chalm
Elft'lra-!0 :hmlM ���** *������������� SSS
north, to p.int of commtuc-nient, containing
640 arrei, mere or less.
L'sted the 2nd day of May, 1907
(Signed) II. WAKngsf.
 per f. (j. fovqwu, Agent.
Sixty dayi aftej date I purpose making 1 ppII-
cation loiis Hon. theChlefioinmlsslonerol
Lands and Works for MRDtaslon t��> purchase the
Mowing dea.rihed land: <.\,onnliir-iijg at a
Pojt placed at the norlheasi c rner of It c.
AWM ,|">piicaiion   to   purcbats   marked
*..../���? ��>"*���� |M��lM thence ffUowing Hie
V��0lrn.,,K,��;"tsryo| said applicstinn 8n chains
sou h, then.. rnnnlugWclialiiseasi, tbSSOBBO
����221 n'.,rl1' ,0 ,lu' "nuthern boundnry of H. W,
Mai 1 ingtoii s application to purchase, thSOOfl BO
im, , V.'\ "'"nfMaie <o point of commence-
men . ronia!- irig <��u a-res. more or less
Waled 2nd oajrof Msy, 1907.
- -,   �� (S'S��ed)K SHlf'L.
per K.O. Fiugiiis, Agent.
Sixty dsyt ailer dale I lnten<i toUSlH
Hon    ibe   Cbl.f   Comml-si 11. r  ������ ,*rgjp
Works to pur.-ha>e the lollowlui:Jr*fIJ_t
Lpcatsd in Fir* Valley dlslrlst of �� ���*��� ���_"
���.���nini' tiring at a f*.i��t planle-f ��t U* *    .
Ol J.din   Bang' pic-i*inpi.'��u, tnen!CLii*	
���Dattk, lliciire  4C chslns  wesl. t��'^,J__U\
north, ihence 40 chaluscssl te SlSt ��� - ��� "'^*SJ
HtcHARPKirrK, I*
j.j Ksur.as**!
Hlxty dsrsafierdste 1 BlirpOBi "^"JSJ
calioii (o the Chief CummIssltJMf �� _____
Works for permission to pun-hasc i��* ' Tj���
described Land:   t t��iDmenciii| at *KEM
at the aotitheasi corner or *���",'..-%,��
sppllratlon  to purchase, marked    a-   ��
corner." running ihence #'chain* n*r'   pj
���> chains sasli ihem-e sarnatni ti-uu. ^
chains swsl to point of cornmeti.viHfni.
ifcK Ml' if i"S. nioit- or lc*�� . |
fated the 9ih dSJ of April, ISW.     pifaH
1'erF Q.fMM__**]^S
nun dnys after date 1 P��rp"��*,l"!*fl"lrJ
cation lo the Honorable Cbl Chief��1 **V3_
of LaOdl and Works for V*���*^J1_\\0_\\
tho following ileacrihed land:^*_f__^__~_n
a pon p|����� eel about one and bs.i .1B''arLV*|
Sliver Tip Point, on Whslshsn u*!.\1-nir."',ll
KB I ..��� ..marked ������? W.U.II's.-^ ^5'[irt
niiig thence t* chains west to ]oi" i��u��� c-
by F. L. Hammond, as agent. jhSOff m
north, thence 80 chsius esst. tftf"^^ttB��l
nonth  to point ol commeucemeai.
640 luTei. more or lesa, 1
Hated the 9th day of April. WT.fl ,untiA I
ParF. (l. Fsiyritt-^���l
���Ml
niniiltiB <s*t m> enains. m,. ...--. -fo^--
th��neawes< 40 ohsliu, thsiws *g*%?0l_\
thcni'f we*t tocliiftis. IBS' ���' "'' I
placxjolbeglliiilnif. vi'-it" Ssw��j
Burton, April J3r I, IJff^ e^g^st*** minion Day Celebration!
TWO GALA DAYS
Base Ball
TRAIL        KASLO        NELSON
���
Caledonian Sports
Foot Ball
COAL   CREEK    V8.   NELSON
���
[ial
Cricket
VERNON   VS.   NELSON
Lawn Tennis
Lacrosse
VANCOUVER   VS.  NELSON
Music
by the
Nelson
City
[ways
Pony Races
Gun Club Tournament
Band
Log; Rolling
Launch Races
���
Fire                   Firemens'
Works           Tournament
It
B.C.
Prospectors
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
ie BACON We Sell
. (iives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and Smoked.   Our Hums Are
Excellent  Also.    All  Are Canadian
Goods.  Pure Lard in All Sizes.
. Barns & Co., Ltd.
INEUSOIN, B. O
TIMBER NOTICES.
ri'l Dlitrlct District of West Kootenay
lice thnt John I'tillbert, of Nelson,
i ui'ilia, saloon keep.r, Intends.to
"-["""inl timber lleenne over tbe lol-
:.i��<l land..: t'ornmeurlnii am pout
I'lil three mllei up tht* ilrst-riuht
''hofUitcrcvk ami sbottt five miles
vim a southeasterly dlrSOUOO from
ii of RftUl U>*t creeK and lhe south
inon river In thsKslSOq laud dlitrlct.
r )i w> chains, thence eftt Hu chalni,
thsoobsini) thsnos wssHOsasinsio
.i!!iiiii_'iicumt'nt,   and   containing 540
��� or less.
DelStbi loxn. John 1'iiii.bsst.
l.I Dlitrlct. District of West Kootenay
ties l.i*l John i'hllbert, of Nelson,
HiiinliH, Kiiloon secpt-r, Intends lo
Npoolsl tint tier license over tho fol-
��� Tlbed lnndN : Coinni.tictiiK st a post
l tut, north mde ol Lost creek about
ill-taut and Hi an easterly direction
iiiH'tioii of Lost creek and the Koiitb
nmii river in lhe Nelson land district,
it BO chains, thence south ho chalni,
i 90 chains, Ihence north 80 chalm
ciiinmiiicciiieiil, and containing MO
i' or less
mo 12th, 1V07. Jens 1'iiii.heiit.
nd District. District of WSit Kootenay
illcs thnt John Phllhert. of Nelion,
olunibts, cnhion keeper, Intends to
�� -|"Ti,ii timber license over lhe fol-
��� . I...I lands: OomUSOOtOI at n pout
ti tho north side of .<o��l creek about
��� ii-i'iiii and In nn eSStSliy direction
i--n.il o( salil I*u��t creek aud the
��u!aalmoo river in the Nehou h.nddls-
1 �� 'i wchslni, thence louts 10 ohslni
-1 ""ilniins, ihence north 80 chaius tn
���'������������ ..-������iiM-iii,   and   coiitalnliiK *40
. l!W7.
John Philbskt.
l.I'Mrlct. Dlitrlct of West "ootonny
Ice I'.nl John    I'hllbert, of Nelson,
>i!imbl��,  aaiiiuti   iotper, mtenflt to
���peelftj limber license over tbe 'ol-
niiid mndi: Cmiinicticltig at a P'nt
"id mie-lialf mlleH up the iir t right
li of I-.-1 ereek, and till.ml four 1.1.U11
'��� lu ithmwterl) illreet  [nun the
���aid i.ontc i'i'k und Um aouth fork uf
' Ui the Nelson land dl-.tr.ct, Ihence
"in-., thi'iic't caal ho chatiii, Ihence
stQ|, thence weat Ml chaina tn point
 iitcnt   and   cnutalnllig ��tl) acrei,
��� i'Jth, 1907,
JoilN I'lllLHRRT.
Notice la hereby siren thai so asti from date
I Intend to apply M the Hon chief t'onimliiluner
OI Luusad work a for a special license to cut
aud curry swsy timber (rom tbe following de-
crlbea lands In West Kootenay district:
Commonclng nt a post planteil on tbe north
bank of 10 Mile creek, about ono mile and a half
from yiocan lake, marked E Strand's northwest
corner post, thence esst lfiO chaina, thence south
i\) chaina, thence west 160 chnltiN, thence north
���10 chains to point of commencement.
Dated this Hist day of March, 11(07.
K. Htiuhd, Locator.
Und I'l.lrlrt,  District nl West Kncilci.it>1
notlee  that   fnhn   Pllbsrt,  of Nelson,
' "luiiiblH.    salnotl    keeper,    hilt n   ���   to
|i ��� i -i lu!   limber llOOtlH over the fol-
'I'-m lined landa:   t'oinmelicliig  nt n post
tbottl    Hid   mil en  up  the  right  land
ni ),mt creek und ithoiil four miles ills-
I l" a southeasterly  direction   fr the
i nl said Lout creek und the south fork
"ii river in the Nelxon intid district,
���>iilli 81) chuiua, thenco cnit HO ehalns.
moth hll chain*, i lien, c weal HO em, ins lo
���: omiincitcciuunt, and coniniuliig 010
i'<re or less
June 13th, 1UU7. John I'.iiuki.t.
|n Lend District. District ol Weit Kuo'eimy
itfee that John I'h'lhet of Nelson,
����� 't'lumhhi, saloon keeper, .Standi to up-
f'r a s|ieeiul timbur licence over "he fol-
|'r   described   lands;     C'oninn-nciiig nt n
anted on ihe north elds of Lost crock und
inui miles ill* I mil und In an easterly
���Ion 'rom the junction of laid Lost creek
i" ninth fork of Knliiiim river iu the Ncl-
'M<imtrkt, thenco. imi so ehulns, ihence
V'-inns. iheiiec west so cIiuIiin, thenco
H('i'iiiilns to Hie point of eoiiiiiiuiiceinent
l"iitiiiii|iiic 010 acres, more or less.
���'��� I June ll'lh.JWn. .Dill.-.- PHtMl.llT.
I iMm ,lfi.roby Klv,:" tl"11 tl,lnv deyi niter
J i  ii lend   to  UppIy   ,���   Uu,    i|0llnr(inl(,
���> i oromlHloner o!  Lunds nnd  Works   nt
' ,"., 'lf,ir,R iMOlsJ   Icenifltocut and
Kn,1u,l.li"'r.(r'M" lh" '''living described
"oft ��ffi "\��'"'<.ny district: dommanolng
"ii punted on -iicwcHi hunk of Bmelter
���e.t��,|.'��"1,, ,,1,li!",",,lll0'tll,,(:Hy of Nelson,
v'iioVi. J.,,i"11""' ,1"',1,',! w����tW chnliiM,
ol.   ��   ^,,,lhl,IK:  tl'^fOv-intSSfhtliiato
_ " '"iiiineTii'i'ment,
|w"hlsllihdayof June. 1"07.
0. Ci.0i.utK. Loos tor.
D. Booth, Agent.
Nelson Und Dlitrlct. District of West Kootenay.
No. 1 ���Take notice that Ueorice A. Laurie, of
Creston, II 0 , lumberman, intends to apply for
��� apeclal timber licence o ��� nr the followlug described Iftnds:
tJoiiimeiiclng at a post planted about one mile
south of lhe Lick cabin, ou tne Lick cabin trail,
on luouukl in creek, thence north SO chains,
thence east 80 chaint, thence smith 80 chains,
theuce wett HO ehalns tu the point uf commencement nnd containing 610 acres, more or less.
May 1st, 1907. Uio A. LaOftlB.
NeMm Und Dlitrlct. Dlstrletof Weat Kootenay.
No. 2 ��� Take notice that George A Laurie, ol
Creston*. B G., lumberman, intend to apply for a
special timber licence over tbe following de-
scrtl>cd lands:
Commencing at s post planted about one mils
���OOth of the Lick cabin, ou the Lick cabin trail,
on luoiiakliu creek, theuce south 60 chaina,
thence east rtO chains, thenco north K0 chains,
theuce weit HOchalns to the point ul commencement nnd containing IHO acres, more or less.
May 1st, DKJ7. Uxo. A. Laubir.
Nelaon land District   Dlstrletof Weit Kootenay.
No 8 -Take notice that W. H. Tagc, of Fire
Valley, 11. Q., crulter, lntcudt to apply for a
apodal timber licence over tbe followlug de-
acrlbcd lands:
Corumeiicliig nt n poit planted about one mile
south of the Lick cabin, on the Lick cabin trull,
nn Inonaklln creek, ihence south St) chains,
thence west 80 chnim, thenco north 80 chains,
thonce enit so chains to the point of commence-
m.'iit und containing Ofil acres, more or less
May lat. 1907. W. 11. I'aul, Locator.
Uio. A. Lai his, Agent.
Neltou Und Dlitrlct. District of West Kootenay.
No. 4.-Take notice Unit W, If. Page, oi Flro
Valley, Il.Ccrulscr, Intends to apply for n special
timber licence over the following described
lands:
r..tti in inn nt a post pln*Mod about one ml'e
south ol the lick cafdn, on thu Lick eSbin trail,
ou hiotiakltn creek, thence uortb SO chslns,
thence west HO clinlnt, thenco south 80 chains,
thence cast Hu chains hi the point of miinmencc-
incut and coiilutnlngMOacns. nnireor lesi,
May 1st, 11*07. W. II. I'.IUS, Lot a tor.
(Jro. A Lahkik, Agent.
Nelson Und IHitrlct   Ulitrlct of Wesl Kootenay.
No ft��� Take notice Hint QtOmA. Luurle, of
Crcaiun, B.O ,luinhcrmaii,lnlcii'f�� to npidy for a
ipsolSl tinnier lloSnifl over the following ties-
crlhud Inuda:
Comni--u.'ini' nt n post plnuti'd about one mile
soulh null one mile wesl, of the Lick cabin, on
lhe Llri t'ftbm trail, ou InODSKllO creek, thence
west SOOhsIns, thence north 80 chnin��. thence
e-i-i Huchaliis. theuce south HUehaln-lolhe point
ufcotnmonaementsod uootslDlng oioacreH.muro
jVS? ial, 1907. ��s<>- A. UohiS,
Ni.'hon Und Dlitrlct. Dlstrictot Wont Kootensy.
\'o fl  -Tukenntlcc thnt f'eors . A. Lniirlc, of
creston, li.c, lumbermen Intenat to.spply for
u ���peqlu timber license over the lollowlng del-
(Tilu'd lunds: . , .   n
oommsuolng at fcposl plsntod soonionomua
south mid one mile west of the Lick caolli, on
the Lick tlahlu trail on Inonaklln creek, thonce
west HO clmllia, Ihence south 80 chains, thenco
CHRtHOehntns, Ihcueo north HO chains, to the
liolnt of eommenoomeiit snd contaiulrig 040
ucres, more or lean. ,
May 1st, 1907. (ISO. A, LittBIS.
Nelson land District. Dlstrletof West Knnleiiny.
No. 7.- Tnke notice Ihal George A. Lnurle.of
Creston, ��  ('. lunihorman, Intsodl lOHi.ply for
IlipSoWUrflher House over the following det-
OT&minonoW| st g pott plsntod about ono
unaiterofainileln an catierly direction rom
ElOK cabin, ou huuiaklln creek,   hence son h 40
ohslni. thenee esitltwohstne, thence north��
c      s  lieoos well WO ohslni to th* point of
comme'iH'cinciit and containing "40 acres, more
or lets.
May lit, 1907. aso.A. Uusii.
The
;��:-.
Canadian
REMNANT j[ IROQUOIS
Small   Tribe    Isolated   In   Yellowhead
Pass Country for  More than
a Century.
Spokane, June 20.���James M. Cornish,
head of u surveying party working In
the wilderness of the Yellowhead pass
In the Canadian RockieH���which the
Grand Trunk Pacific railway seeks to
penetrate wllh its transcontinental line
���brings to Spokane a story of the (lis-
cover? of more than BOO families of Indians hidden from civilization in the
nntthern wilds. They appear to be
prosperous and contented, passing most
of their time in lhe chaw of big game
and breeding horses.
"Their story of settling in Yellowhead
pasH Is lomontlc," Mr. Cornish said,
'rather like a chapter recorded by
Ketilinore Cooper than an historical fact.
The  Indians claims  to be  descendants
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Notice Ik hereby given mat thirty days alter
date l, .L r. wedbew, of Nelson, U. 0 , miner,
Intend to applv to the Hon. the Chief Commit
aloncr of Lunds and Works, at Victoria, for a
trteclal licenie to cut and carry away timber
from the billowing described lauds, situated on
Sum in it creek, lu the West Kootenay district:
No. 1.��� ommenclng ot a poat marked J. f. S's
Mini, r limit, northeast corner poat, located on
weat lork nf Summit creek, about 2 mllea from
main creek, thence running Bout;b SO cbslui.
Ihence running west 40 chains, thence running
north 40 chains, thence west 40 chaint, thence
north HOchalns, thence ninnin�� east40 chains,
thence running south 40 chaint, thence eatt 40
chaina to place of commencement.
DaUrd this 6lli day of June, 1907.
J. p. SwiPbiRfi. Locator.
N*. 2.���f*ommeoolDg at a post marked J. p. B's
timber limit, northwest corner post, located on
west fork ofHiimiult creek, about two miles from
main creek, thence running south 80 chains,
thence running eaat SO chains, thence running
north SO chalm, thenee running wettSO chnlua
to pin <��� of commencement
Dated the 5th dny of .Mine, 1907.
J. I'. HwtDBSBu. Locator-
No 1. Nntice It hereby given that SO days
after date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner, of Land au-i works, for a special
licenao to cut nnd ferry 'Imber from the foiiow-
ing described lands, .situated ou the aouthesst
side of Salmon nv r iu the district of Weat
Kootenay: Commencing at a post placed about
alO yards west of Hose Leaf creek marked " R. M
Itecvcs'1 nortliweit corner," theme 00 chains
south, thence SO chains east, ihence 80 chains
north, thence 80 chains west to place of commencement
Located on tbe lltb day of June, 1907.
Ft M. Kiivu, Locator-
No. 2. Notice It hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 Intend lo apply to the Chief Coin-
mitsioncr, of Undi and Works, for a special
license to cut and carry timber from the following di-M-ribe.. landt silusted on the southeast
��ideof the Salmon river, in the dlitrlct of Wett
Kootensy: Commencing st a post placed about
joo yards west of Hose Leaf creek, marked "It M.
BeeveS'i No. 2 southwest corner,"' thence 80
chnlua north, thence 80 chaint east, thence 80
chaint south, thcnt-eSO cbalm weat to place of
commencement
Located on the 10th day of June, 1907.
K. M. IUKYK8, Locator.
Notice U herci.v given mat 30 Oars alter date I
Intend to apply to the riouorsble the Cnlet Com-
mittijuer of Lands and Works for a apeclal
lleeupc Ui cut md carry away timber from tbe
following described lands lu Went Kootenay district;
Locstion No. 1 ���Commencing at a poat planted
on the lAJiiih bank uf hi lenerry oreek, about
(our mites up the cre<-k from rsllway track,
tneuce 120'halus eaat, thence H'J eh-lim south,
theme -1" ������In..lis we>..,   thence  40 cbaint  north,
thence so chnint wett, thence 40 chains north to
point of commencement.
April 5th, 1908.
Locution No 2.���Commencing st a post planted
at the northwest ooiaerof Location No I, thonce
LU chains w. st, fence 8u ohains north, thence
40 chaius easl, thenee 40 cba'na south, thence So
chains west, ihence 40 chains aouth to point of
commencement.
April 5th, 1906.
location No 3 ���Commencing at a post planted
120 chains west of northeast corner of Location
No. 2, thenee 40 chains aouth, ihence 130 chains
cast thence 80 chaina north, thence 40 chains
wett, Hit nee 40 chaint south tbenee SO chains
west to point of commencement.
April Blh, 1908,
KHSKVT  W.  ItOBlKSOH.
Notice It hereby given that So dsys alter date I
Inteud tr> apply to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, Victoria,
[or permission to cut and carry away Umber
from the following described lands, In Weat
Kootenay :
No. 1.���.'ommenclng at a poat planted on the
louthweat corner of surveyed lot No. 72nl 01,
thence east 40 chains, thence north 80 chaint.
thence eaat to the soutbestt corner of said lot,
tbenee north to the northeast comer of said lot,
thence east to the weat boundary of pre emptlou
No. .v.i.', thence south lo the north boundary of
Umber licence No. 8548, theuce wett along tho
hiiid lmuudiiry to the northwest cornea ol said
license, theuce south to the north boundary of
timber licnse No. 7018, thence weat to a point
due aouth of commencement, thence north to
place of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or lest
Dated Hay 25th, 1907.
P. A   I'avlsoh, Locator.
J. A. Sollivak, Agent.
No. 2 ���Commencing at a poat planted at the
southwest corner ol surveyed lot. No. 72il<.l,
thence south to the northern boundary of tlm-
Dcr license No 7018, thence west to the nortn-
west corner of sal 1 timber licenset thence south
to the northern boundary of lol No, 8 2, Ihence
following inld boundary of aald lot west to the
right of way of the B. C. Southern Hallway,
thence following said rlghtof way In s north-
uatterlv direction to place of commencement.
Oatud May 25th, 1U07.
f A Paulson, Loostor-
J. A, Hi'LUVan. Agent.
Inici
Hlco It hereby given Ihsl 30 days alter dale I
nd to apply to the Honorable the chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works. Victoria, for a
special llcunt" lo cut aud ca'rr sway timber
from 'he following dotcrlbed land lu Ihe dlitrlct
uf Wett Kootenay:
Commencing at a post about seven miles Irom
the mouth nf Hum mil creek, lu a westerly direction, marked (I M IKniiy's northeast corner
post, iheii-. 80 chsllifl west, thence 40 chains
south, thence 40chains weat, thence 40 chains
aouth, thence HO chains t sat, thence 4u cbaint
north, Ihcueo 40 chains ont>t, thcucu 40 chnlua
north to polnl of commencement.
Looated May 7lh, 1907.
(1. M   Mknnv, Locator,
 AHQt'B CtTBSlK, Agnnt.
Notice Is hereby given that thirty dayt alter
dnte I Intend lo apply to the Honorable the chief
Commissioner of Lands mid Works, Victoria, for
fcrmlssloii Ui cut nnd carry away timber from
he following described lands: Commencing at
a post marked No. 1, K. Klnux, and planted at
the northeast corner of l>nt^88C.l' K block,
near the wett fork of Kettle river, Vale district,
B.C. thence running HO chnlua enat.SOuhnint
south 80 clmlns west, so chains north to point of
commencement.
Dated April 27th, 1907.
No. 2.���Commencing at the northeast corner of
No. 1, thence running east HO chains, thenco
south Ho chains, thence west HOchalns, thenco
north SO chaius to point of commencement.
Dated April 27,1007.
No. :i���Commencing at a point about ono hall
mile wett of the northeast corner of C P. It.
Hlnck No, .WW, thenco running north SO chnint,
thence wost HOchalns, theuce south 80 chains,
I hence easi 80 chains lo point uf commencement.
Paled April 2111 h. 1907.
No L -Commencing at the northeast corner
of No. 3, thcucu running north 80 chains, thenco
went 80 chaius, thence south HO chaint, tbenee
east M chaltiato point of commencement.
Dated April 2'H 11,1007
No ft.��� Commencing st a post planted north of
Conkllng creek, near west line of C, P. K. Block
No. 2701, ihence running west ho chains, thenee
aouth 80 chains, theuce eaat 80 chaina, thence
north K0 chains to point of commencement.
Dated May lit, 1907. 1. Kioux. Locoor.
from the once powerful Iroquois nation,
which wrought so much havoc In the
18th cftntury. Generations ago, they
say, they lived in Illinois, but in the
Hlackhawk uprising they were driven
from the states and for safety were
forced to flee to the northwest.
"Thoy travelled many months through
strange lands and territories ruled by
savage Indian tribes. They sought
shelter with the Blood, Blackfeet, Cree
and iieaver Indians, but were treated
like outcasts and finally driven further
westward.
"From camp to camp they journeyed
until they struck the Nez Perce country,
in northern Idaho, going thence u> Spokane und Yakima settlements, hut they
were not allowed to remain. From the
Yakima valley they went into the Col-
vllle district, where half their number
were killed in combat with the Colvllles
and Coeur d'Alenes.
"Finally, one their chiefs told ine,
they settled in the Hock mountains, at
the mouth of the Yellowhead pass, and,
us no one appeared to molest them,
they remained. For a time they traded
with the Hudson Bay people, but for
mqfe than 100 years they have nol been
In communication with cither factors or
traders. Whether this ia because of
some real or fancied wrong 1 was not
able to learn, but I did notice a peculiar
turn of the lip when the chief talked
about his forebears' dealings with the
company."
Mr. Cornish says that many of the
horses found in the pass are highbred
and fleet of foot. The men devote much
of their time to tribal sports, such as
games between boys, foot racing and
ball playing, the last named being a
cross between lacrosse and baseball, the
bat being similar to that used by crick-
eterB, with a net at the end. The Indians appeared to be frlehdly to Mr.
Cornish and his party and entertained
them at a jjotlatch during their stay.
Engineers' Meeting.
Quebec, June 20.���Delegates of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
have arrived to attend the opening of
the annual convention. It is estimated
tbat over 2,500 of the party are In the
city, including a number of the grand
officers. Tbe commencement of the
meeting took place with a secret session. The meeting was continued in
the afternoon
For Sale
50 ft Corner, Houston and ward, $375
50 ft. and Cabin, Mill, near park, $275
Residence���Centrally located, near eta-
..     tion;  six room* and bath, electric
light, water, *cwer.
Alto business property, factory sites,
etc., etc.
F. B. LYS
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
West B��ker Street NELSON, B. C.
Piano and Singing Lessons
Given by Mrs. Winter Every Saturday
Mrs. Winter hold* certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certificate from Trinity
College, London, Eng., for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conservatoire of Music for singing and piano
playing.        Address Box 796, Nelson.
PROVINCIAL GAOL
Nelson, B. C, June 10th, 1907.
SEALKD TKNUEKH will be received by the
(invernment Agent, at Nelson, B.C., until noon
J.une wih.   1907, for supplies of meat, bread,
Sfcerics, hardware, boots and shoes, clothing,
ry goods, fuel, and drugs, lor the Provincial
'inn!, at Nelson, B.C., for one year from July
lut, 1907, to June 80th, 1908
Forms of tender can be had, and samples of
t'lothlng and dry goods seen at!the Provincial
Qui, Nelson, B.C.
Tne lowest or any tender not necessarily accented,
HARRY WRIQHT,
Government Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that ft) days after date 1
intend to make application to tho Honorable tho
Chief Commissioner of Lauda and Works, Vie-
loria, H. On for a apeclal licence to cut timber .on
tho followlug described lands in West Kootenav
district: Commencing at a post situated ou
llluebarry crock, about lour miles from Its mouth
knd adjoining the N. W. corner of my application No. 1, thence south 80 chains, thence west
ni chains, theuce north 80 chaina, thenoe east W
clmlns tu point of commencement
Pitted May 19th, 1907. K. ,W Robinson.
Take notice that D. H, Telford, of Haakaloon,
Haak , occupation sawmill operator, Intends to
apply ("r a special timber licence over the following described lands;
No. 1 Commencing at a post planted at the
routl.eastcormrof Lot 4*17?, Ma^kcto creek, Went
Kootonay, thonce north so chains, inn re or leas,
to the corner of Lot I'-H.!' thence wesl 4ft chaius,
more or ler-a, lo the inner ancle of lot 427:.,
thenco north en chains, Ihenco ea**t 80 chaina,
theuce aouth 80 ehalns, thenoo west 48 chains to
point of commencement, aud containing ftfO
acres, more or less.
Pitted June 18.1907.   David Hntnv Tu.rotiD.
No 2 Commencing at a poat at the inner
angle of lot 4172, Matketo creek, West Kootenay,
theuce north lw chains, thenco east 40 chaina
theuce aouth t�� chains, thenoe west 40 chains
to place of commencement.
Dated June 18,1907.   iuvio HiKBr Tilforh.
No. 8. Commencing at a poit about throe mites
northerly from the northeast corner of Lot 41711,
Masketo creek, Went Kootenay, thence aouth 8U
chains, thence east 80 i halus, thence north 8o
chains, theuce weat 80 chains to place of commencement, nnd containing MO acres, more or
less.
Dated June 18,1907.   David Hsnky teliv-ord.
Mo. I. Commencing at the northwest corner
of No. 8, thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thcuce west 80
chains to piece of commencement, and containing 610 acrea, mot** or lesa-
Pated June 18, 1907     DAVID HlNRV TBLVtim.
No. ft. Commencing at the northwest comer
of Nn. 4, thenco north HOchalns, thence east 80
ohalua. ihence south 80 ohelnii, thenco wost B0
chains lo point of commencement, end containing t.!l> acres, more or lesn
.Gated June 18 ,1907.   David Henry Toifuhd.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street. Nelaon. B. 0.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
KATE* 12 FEB DAY
Large and Comfortable Bedrooms and First.
clajsDfnlDg Boom,   sample Booms [or commercial Han.
 MBB. 1. _________ Proprietress
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room is unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. ERICSSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court Rouse
and Poatofflce. Nelson, B. C.
Tfemont House
European sod American Flan
Steal, as eta.   Boom, from 25 eta. to 11
Only White Help Employed.
MALONK * TBaHHLLUB
Baker at., Nalaoa Proprietors
Bartlett   House
GEO. W. BARTLETT,
Proprietor.
But Dollara-Diy Hobs* in Nelson.
The Bar la the Finest.
White Help Only Employed.
Josephine St
Nelson. B. 0.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM BOBEBTB,
raonisTUsa.
Rates |1 and 11.50 a Day.
Special Rate* to Regular Boarder*.
Athabasca
Saloon*.
CORNER
BAKER AMD
I0OTEHAY
STREETS.
Moat comfortable quarters in Nelson
Only the best of Liquors and cigars.
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN  IVENS        JNO.  PHILBERT
A* McDonald & Co*
WHOLESiiLE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries
Batter, Eggs.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Tenders s,(Mres*etl to the under?!.inert, at bis
otlli'f. ln tbe Court House, ln the City of Nelson,
will be received up to tho hour of Ave o'clock,
in the afternoon, of Friday, June 28th, 1907, for
the puii'liase ol the "Tamarac Mineral Claim,"
Lot3Su2 Group 1, Kootenay district, which is
declared to be forfeited to the Crown, at the tax
rale, held la the city of Nelson, on the tith day of
November, 1905, for delinquent taxes up till
June Suth. 1906, and costs.
The upset price upon the said mineral claim,
which Includes the amount of delinquent taxes
and costs at the time of forfeiture, with interest,
taxes which have since accrued, costs of advertising, and fee for Crown Grant (S2o.0O) is 1180.90,
which is the least amount that will be consider*
ed as a tender.
Bach tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque for tbe full amount of tbe tender,
payable to the order of tbe Deputy Commissioner of Lauds and Works, at Victoria, B. C��� at par
Dated at Nelson, B. C��� this 29th day of May,
1907. HfcKRY WKIGHT,
Government Ajten.. Nelson, B.C.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that tbe Wattsburg
T.umber company has applied to His Honor the
Lieutenant Governor In council, under tbe provisions of the "Rivers and Streams Act," for the
right to Improve Rykerts creek, lu the district of
West Kootenay, British Columbia, by removing
the obstructions therefrom aud straightening
tlio hanks thereof, and to construct dams, booms,
slides and chutes, and inakeiuch other Improvement**, as may be necessary for the driving and
rafting of log! and the Hum lug of timber thereon
The lands to he affected are goverment lauds and
Lots 261 and 252, Group 1, K ootcnay district, and
the tolls that tire proposed to be charged, If any,
are such as may be 11 xed by a Judga of the county
court of West kootenay.
Dated this 27ih day of March, A, D. 1907.
WATTBBUKG LUMBER CO.
NOTICE
In the matter of uu application for the Issue of
a duplicate of the Certlttcates of Title for Lots 11
and 12, Block St, Town of Sllverton (MiipiW):
tbe south U of I.nt g, Bloek 5, Town ot New i>cu-
ver at ii |,,,t I, Block Hi and lot 8, Block 86,
MrGlHivray's Addition to New Denver(MapbAT),
Notice ia hereby given thnt It la my intention
to issue at thu expiration ol one mouth from the
the Ilrst publication hereof duplicates of the
Certificates of Title to the nbove described lands
In the name of Henry Hlieran and II tin v Shernii,
which t'crtlflcates are dated the 17th ..uur, iHic.t,
the ��th of October, 1894, the s.Jrrt hilv, 1895, and
thu 19th January, 1MW, respectively, and are
numbered 20211i, 10M7A,782C and 88HK, respectively
���   H. F. MACLEOD,
District Registrar
Land Registry Office, Nelson, Jl C
.    ,29th. May, 1907
INOTICE.
In the matter or an application lor the Issuo of
a duplicate of the Certlllcatc of Title lor Lots
itl antl 17, Block 20, Town of Nelson.
Notice is hereby given tbat It Is my Intention
to Issue at tbe exptrtitlpu of one monlh after the
Ilrst publlcatf on hereof a duplicate of the Cortlfl ���
rate ot Title for the above Luis in the name of
Frances K, Day. which Certllicate Is dated the
19th Hc|.lumber, 1899, and numbered 2��AOK,
Land Registry office, Nelson, B.C., 16th June,
BJ7. ' H. F.-MAcLaOU,
District Registrar.
We have five desirable residences for sale. Gall and make
us an offer for all or any of these
properties.
Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron* Ltd.
3 Improved Ranches Fo* Sale
On Kootenay Outlet, between Nelson and
Procter.  Choice locations.   For particulars
inquire
T. O. PROCTER
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
MADDEN BLOCK, WARD ST.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Actes
of the
Choicest Fmit Lands ta
British Cobunbis.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
h E. ANNABLE,    -    Nelson, B. C.
We Have For Sale One of the Prettiest Hemes ta
Nelson, Situated ta Fairview, Close to the Car Line
Larg* 7-room hou**. (ton* foundation and flratelac* oollar. Complete water system. 10 lot* under cultivation and planted In largo, soaring fruit trees.   Thl* la a anap.   For particular* apply to
STUBBS & PITTS
FRUIT LANDS
REAL  ESTATE
XlTj. _,    D���_     D ������I.    When ysu can secure a good homo at a w_\
TT By    ray   XvCnX R*a*onabl* co��t, on good term*   F
WE HAVE FIVE OOOD BUYS
Well built 11-room hou**, Carbonate Street, 15,850, half caah, balance mortgage, 7 per cent.
Five-room house, Robson st., 11,700   half caah, balance ono and two year*.
Six-room hou**, Carbonate 8t, $1,300, half caah, balance mortgage.
Four-room houw, Silica St., $1,500, half caah, balance 120 monthly.
Six-room hou**, Josephine St., 82,500; 81,000 caah, balance 835 monthly.
Kootenay Land & Investment Co*
ALAIN  BLOCK, WARD ST. - INI FT I   jaT"��lNJ      V\-   C
Phono 147.        |l.U.Bo��44a ** 1^0aL<aWjr��*l.)    P��W*>
1007.
FRUITVALE!
GOOD SOIL
NO STONES
EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION (Dally Train*.)
ABSOLUTE TITLE
EVERY TRACT SURVEYED
EVERY   TI1ACT    ACCESSIBLE
EASY TERMS
Something for the practical man.
Just Investigate!���That Is All we
ask of you; and you owe that much
to youraelf.
F.L.
WARD ST.   ���  NELSON. B.C
INOTICB
Notice la herorj? jilvon that llilrty data alter
date 1 luteu i to aiiplv to the llonr.1 ot Moiice
ttommlsaiouurs for tlio Ymir illxtriet for a trans-
tur of the llcemw held hy me for the Fort Bhep-
ptird hotel to K. Adie.
(Kilned) A U. Haulm.
Waneta, B. (J., May lat, Bin.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Summer Excursion
.... Rates Bast-
From Nelson $52*50
To Wlnnlptr, Port Arthur.
St.P��ul,D��lath.StouxatT
Chicago 854.00 Montreal 884.00
Toronto 878.50 St. John 884.00
St. Loul* 850.00 Ottawa 882.55
New York 8100.00 Boston 885.50
Halifax 8101JM
On Salf July 3, 4,5.   Aactut 8, ���* 10.
September II. 12.13.
First Class Rotmd Trip. 90
Days Limit.
Corresponding reductions from all
Kootonay points. Tickets available for
lako route including, meals and berth*
on lake steamers. Through rates quoted
to any station In Ontario, Quebec or I
Maritime provinces on application.
I. J. OOTLB, J. 8. OAHXBB,
A.n.P.A..VancouTer. D. t. A., Nalaoa
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W.   O.   CI1L,L,ETT
<3ontfaaet��r sand
Bultdor.
Sole asent lor the Perto Riro Leather I'*., LM.,
retail yards. skmfhMdOiaaaad Unbor, lurnad
work and h rackets, Ooaat lath sad shin*i��, aaah
and doors. Cease**, Met a*d Una foi sal*.
Automatic erlnder.
Yard and laotory: Varaoatl.. **at*t Ball
INKI.SOIN, B. ��.   |
Maleia*. Vi'
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The Daily Canadian
of  the  Many  Attractive Articles
We are Showing This Month
CARVING   SETS ��600
SILVER   BAKE   DISHES    510.00   and  $11.00
SMALL SILVER FERN POTS for table decoration, each $2.00
FRUIT   DISHES   IN  SILVER  AND CUT GLASS.
J. O. PATENAUDE
MA>L'PACTL'Rllva
JEWKLLKR...
Watchmaker and Optician
SPRING IS HERE     !
SUGGESTING {
HOUSECLEANING     |
j Our Stock is Complete*
SOAPS. SOAP  POWDERS. ���
AMMONIA, LVE.  Etc. J
�� Here are two Soap Specials:
AD   $4.5C i
for $2.75 *
,25  31b.   BARS   HOMESTEAD
[72 BARS GOLDEN WEST
M Trading Co* j
This store will be CkMSd BvtfJ Thu
Alterooon in June. July and Af:/
�������������������������������������������������������������������������
NOTICE
FRUNINw ASP GRAFTING c��refully attend
4 to. Apply
HARRY WILLIAMS,
��tlrpr KtnF Hotel.
Socialist Party meets every Frday
pvrnlos at I i> m . in tut* Mliwrs' Cniun Hall
All art invited; any one allowed to uk��j pan li.
'.he debutes.    1. Austin, BBOTOtStT.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
\     LOCAL AND GENERAL     \
Visit Delayed.
Rev. Father Althoff received word
last iilght tbat Iii shop Duiitenwell
would uui arrive ii Nelson uutil totnui
row evening.
^S:
Cr. Vernon and Ward Str��ets.
NEI.SO.V   B. C.
J. FRED HUME, Proprietor.
R. Clarkson, Ymir; D. St. Denis. Slocan; Dr. R. L. Bybee, Revelstoke; W.
Rogers. Montreal; E. Scranton, L. H.
McQueen. D. R. Cameron. Calgary; A.
Summers and wife. Winnipeg; H. Ded-
lington, Toronto; Mrs. L. \V. Cummlngs,
Aul.n; A. W. Thornton, Seattle; J. R.
Tbi'mi'son, Cascade; Mrs. G. D. Bell,
Mrs. A Bernard. Salmo; E. B. Cale,
Stratford.
Old Curiosity Shop
It von want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale.
All kinds of Dlnnerware In stock. Patterns.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H* L Croadsdaiie & &
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
SAMUEL A.  WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
<lnds of Heating Plants ln Stock.
SANITARY PLUMBING.
Victoria St., Nr. Opera House.     Tel. 181.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders will find it to their ad-
vintage to ubs our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning Stoves, etc.
JACKSON RADCLIFFE,
111 Eaat Baker St        Phone No. A114
r
Three Show Cases
and Two Counters
FOR SALE
W. A THURMAN,
fohiaonist.   Baker Street.
The Strathcona
THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE CITY
Finest Fooraj    Choicest Cuisine
Uviliiy ana Cleanliness
I'stliEK PERSONALglTPKBVTSlOW OF
THE  PJtOFBUHoUJt  A.ND  His  WIPE
H. L. Jones. Calgary; Miss J. E. Scott,
Trout Lake; J. C. Taylor and wife,
Granrt Forks; Rev. D. W. Scott, Creston; H. Stewart, Summerland; C. A.
Crosble and wife, Vancouver; S. Morgan, Winnipeg;  C. S. Pierce, Spokane.
QUEEN'S
C. C. Brown. Vancouver; D. Clark. H.
L. Anderson, Pilot Bay; \V. E. Jones,
Mrs. E. Stone, Creston; \V. Towe and
wife, Battleford; J. E. Henderson, Calgary; D. Stephens, Trout Lake; J. May-
hood, S. Louis; C. W. Darling, Fargo;
Base Ball Team. Rossland.
BARTLETT.
H, Barber, D. Wright, Slocan; L. Robertson,    T.    Mlddleton,    H.    Jackson,
Plncher Creek.
GRAND CENTRAL.
B at. Button, Hawser; \V. B. George,
Slocan; Mrs, R. liesan, Winlaw; O.
Olens, Lardo; J. Clark, W- Walls, Cranbrook; G. Graham, Kaslo; H. Anderson,
Bandon; L. A. Potoln. Creston; D. A.
McLeod, Comapllx; I. D. Skettin. Green-
Wood; A. Gravena, Tmal; H. Hoffman,
Seattle; A. Young. Shok; James Clark,
W.  Walls, Cranbrook.
ROYAL.
D.   McMillan,    J.   Anderson,    Grand
Forks; A. T. Allen, Lardo.
TREMONT.
A. Johnstone Shields. Spokane; E.
Emmett, J. L. Root. 0. W. Herbert,
Rossland; L. McDonald. A. McDonald,
New York; A. McDonald, Boston; G.
Ki-n, Shields; S. Dickson. Revelstoke;
J. .Mcintosh. Phoenix; J. Bird, P. Cina,
Camborne.
Another  Snap!
FINE 6-R00M HOUSE, all furniahed
neatly, electric light and city water. Two
good lots, level. 15 fruit trees, splendid
garden and lawn. Large shed for chickens. $300 ca*h, balance $1300.at $25 per
month, 6 per cent.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER  8T.
F. C. GREEN      F. P. BURDEN      A. H. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
C0R.VICT0RIA & KOOTENAY SIS.. NELSON. B. C
P. 0. Box 145   Phone 261 B.
WANTED.
YOUNG MAN with Two Years' Knowledge of
Fruit Farming, Wnntii Work .mined f��lely.
Jteply Box 751, Vlrdeti.
GOOP STEWARD, immediately.   Apply Sacred
Heart Hoipft*!, Greenwood, B. C.
COOK-Hotel, WO.
ttt,
WaitrcM.136; at once. Phone
TO LIT
lWt> FIRHT.i-.,AH8 KOOMH, Iteam heated.    Ap-
jtjIt bounkeeDer, 3rd flat. K. W. C. block.
FOR SALE
HRA9S CORNET, Two Bhanki b and a, With
Out* For Price, Apply M. J. I). Box 1103,
Nelaon,
TO RENT.
7 v jOMa'n HOUSE, 4 ion with bearing fruit
"���**��, Obiervatory Street, 2 doora from Kooten-
a, rent 118 00 per month. Two Good Rooma
uove our offlre, fust the place for office*, rent
f 16.00 per month. To ye A Co., Baker Street,
Nelaon. B. C.
Adjourned Meeting.
An adjourned meeting of the executive of the Liberal-Conservutive Association will be held In the office of the
secretary tomorrow afternoon at 5
o'clock.
Local Strawberries.
The first shipment of strawberries
from S. L. Innts' ranch at Six-Mile arrived in Nelson yesterday. In size,
quality and flavor the fruit does credit
to Kootenay soil.
This Evening's Trip to Procter.
Don't forget the moonlight trip to
Procter this evening. You will have a
pleasant outing and incidentally assist
the funds of the 2O,0OOClub. The Kua-
kanook sails at 7:30.
Freight Wreck.
The wreck of a freight irain on the
S. F. & N. tracks at Myers' Falls yesterday blocked the track and delayed
the northbound passenger train, which
did not reach Nelson till 11 a.'m.
Lawn Social.
The members of St. Saviour's branch
of the Woman's Auxiliary will hold a
garden party the afternoon of Tuesday,
June 25th. beginning at 3 o'clock on the
grounds of the residence of Mrs.
George Darnhart, west Baker street.
Two Years.
William Burrell appeared before His
Honor Judge Forin this morning and
pleaded guilty to the charge qf obtaining money under false pretences. He
was sentenced to two years' imprisonment in  the  provincial  penitentiary.
Practicing   Lacrosse.
The local lacrosse team is getting In
good practice these evenings. Several
cf the old-time players are turning out,
and when the whole crowd lines up
with Vancouver on Dominion Day H
will be a difficult matter to choose the
winners.
Returned to Victoria.
John A. Turner has returned to Victoria, having disposed of the remainder
of his property in Nelson. Mr. Turner
was a resident of Nelson since the early
90's, and the final sale of his property
disposes of the suggestion that he might
again return Lu this city to live.
Special Decorations.
The decoration committee is particularly anxious that the storekeepers
should make a special effort in the way
of decorating for Dominion Day. Nelson has earned credit for this in the
past and no doubt there will be a ready
response to the suggestion of the decoration  committee.
Winnipeg Exhibition.
A collection of objects suitable for
inclusion In the Kootenay district exhibit to be sent to Winnipeg Is now being made. Persons having such objects
in their possession and willing to loan
same are requested to send them to F.
Starkey, J. M. Lay, any real estate man
in the city or to the secretary of the
20,000 Club.
Vancouver Schools Closed.
All classes in the public schools of
Vancouver with the exception of the entrance classes and those in the high
school, were dismissed for the summer
Monday afternoon. This course .vus
taken In accordance with Instructions
issued by the board of school trustees
last Friday that the schools were to be
closed because of the prevalence of
measles in the city. The entrance and
high school classes will continue till the
usual time for the ending of the school
term. Because of the misfortune of a
fair percentage of the scholars In having contracted the measles the luckier
youngsters are enjoying the advent of
holidays two weeks earlier than usual.
The Store of Quality
PP1DE OF
CANADA
MAPLE SYRUP
 AND	
MAPLE SUGAR
ARE ABSOLUTELY THE
GENUINE ARTICLES
Made only  by the Maple Tree  Producers' Association, Waterloo, Quebec.
Shipment just opened up and guaranteed the best ever brought into Nelson.
Rob*M*Hood&Co.
K. W. C. Bloek . Phnn* 10
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
INEIwSOIN,    -    B. C.
SAUCES
TRY A BOTTLE OF
Gilford's Sauce
25c and 45c'
No, it's not as good as Lea & Per-
rln's, but only one-half the price.
C. A Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine 8ta.
PHONE 7
Post Card
Albums
Those long looked for Albums have
arrived at last. Our full stock won't
be in till the fall, but those to hand
make up a good assortment, and by
making an early selection you will have
a good range to choose from.
Albums to hold 200 cards, 40c,  50c,
and 75c.
Albuma to hold 300 cards, 90c, $1.25,
$1.75 and ��1.90.
Albuma   to   hold   400   cards,   $1.50.
Albums   to    hold   500   cards,   $1.75.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wholeiale auj Retail Dealer* In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on shorU>st notice aud
loweBt price. Nothing but fresh aud
wholesome meats and supples kept in stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E. C. TRAVES   Manager.
W. G. Thomson
gZZlVif*"* Nelson, B.C.
prion* *3-4.
PERSONAL.
Mrs. E. Stone, Creston, is registered
.it the Queens.
Miss Annie Macleod left for Spokane
his morning to visit her brother,
George A. Macleod.
William Rogers, of Montreal, representing the Monoline Typesetting Machine company, is in the city.
Rev. D. W. Scott, the newly appointed
Methodist pastor for Creston, is In the
ihe city and registered at the Strathcona.
Cory P. Ryder, the spectacular finance minister of Joseph Martin's shortlived government, is in the city. He is
now   engaged   In   selling   phonographs.
Where Do They Get Their Liquor7
The police are desirous of discovering the method by which the Indians
get their liquor. Yesterday two Indians were up before the police magistrate, charged with being drunk and
having liquor in their possession. They
were fined, but If the person who supplied them with liquor can be discovered he will have a more serious
charge to face.
Fighting Firee.
Superintendent Smith has been busy
fighting fire for the past 24 hours. Yesterday afternoon he received word that
the line to the city power plant was tn
danger of destruction, so he called his
men from their work elsewhere and
started out on horse to check the
Hames. This he succeeded in doing, and
now a temporary line has been strung
up at the places where the poles caught
fire. The fire evidently started because
some settler had been clearing his land
and did not take proper precautions to
prevent the Bpread of the flames.
Obituary,
Wm. Henderson, a native of Nova
Scotia, died suddenly last evening. He
had been suffering from tuberculosis for
some time .and was being looked after
by the Eagles and Miners' union. He
had been living in a tent near the pnrk,
and last evening some frlendn had been
��o visit him in the hope of being able
to contribute to his comfort. They had
just left him for a few minutes and
when they returned they discovered
that he was dead. The date for the
funeral has not yet been decided upon
but it Is thought that It will be held
Sunday.
Sheriff's Sale
By virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias
issued out of the Supreme Court of British Columbia in an action whereof
George B. McMillan is Plaintiff and Alfred D. Wheeler and Jennie Sutton
Wheeler are Defendants, and to me directed aginst the goods and chattels of
the said Plaintiff, George B. McMillan, I
have seized and taken In Execution all
the right, title and interest of the said
George B. McMillan iu the Mineral
claim known as and called "Robinson"
situate in tile Ainsworth Mining Division of the West Kootenay District aud
recorded in the office of the Mining Recorder at the City of Kaslo, B. C, on
the 13th day of July, lalM; to recover
the sum of $773.15 and $3.50 for costs
of execution, and also Interest on $773.-
15 at five per centum per annum from
the 23rd day of May, 1807, until payment; and shull sell the said Mineral
claim, or so much thereof as will satisfy the judgment debt and costs, hy public auction, at my office In the city of
Nelson B. 0.. on Saturday, the 22nd day
of June, ls07, at the hour of eleven
o'clock in the Forenoon.
Term of sale, cash.
Intending purchasers will satisfy
(themselves as to Interest and title of
the said Plaintiff.
Dated at Nelson, B. C, 12th June, 1907.
S. P. TUCK,
8herilT of South Kootenay.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Sec. C. E.
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office: Bealey Building.   P. O. Box 434
Baker St, NELSON, B. C.
FOR SALE
160 Acre pre-emption, 2 acres cleared,
50 trees and some small fruits planted.
A 3-room dwelling, houses and sheds
for 400 chickens 1350.00.
A pre-emption on Beaver Creek,
Little Slocan $450 00.
Geo. G. McLAREN
Baker St.,  Nelaon.
Strawberries
WE ARE RECEIVING
Fresh  Local
Strawberries
DIRECT FROM THE RANCHERS
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161,
HOUSTON BLOCK
FOR SALE
Brand New Art Bell Piano
CHEAP.      APPLY
John T. Pierre, Baker St.
SLATER SHOES
We have just received
a consignment of the
Genuine SLATER SHOE
for which we are sole
agents for this city.
Ever try a pair?
"The Royal"
R. ANDREW & CO., PROPRIETORS
ONLY EIGHT SETS LEFT
And no more  can   be  imported   into Canada  after August 1,t
"RIGHT   UPTODATE"
The Americanized Encyclopedia Brittanh
Special Cferin? P,w.
In Ten Volumes
IN   FULL  SHEEP   BINDING $27.50
IN   FULL CLOTH   BINDING $22.50
CAN   BE   PURCHASED  ON   MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR  BAKER and WARD.        Phone 81
For a Stylish Sujt
Built to Fit the Figure anil Keep Its Shape Not Only the First
Week Von Wear It, But All the Time.     Get   It  Made by
Taylor & MCKjlMSSnt, the Bailable Tailors, of Kooteuay.
Absolute  satisfaction   guaranteed    or  money   refunded.
TAYLOR <& McQUARRJE
High Class Tailors, Baker St., Nelson, B. C.
Summer Clothing.	
KSOTTS $7.50 to $J0|
J. A. GILKER
BAKIiR grRHBT, MiUSON.
Spring i.8 Here
We have prepared for this season hy passing into stock all :!;tl
requisites for the rancher, gardener or householder.  Spades,
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Spading Forks, Tree Primers,
Tree Sprayers, Small Garder "ools, Etc.
Prompt attention  paid to letter order*.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.
NELSON   IRON   WORKS
BISOINEBRS   AND  CONTRACTORS
FOUNDERS AND
MACMIINISTS
B. A. ISAAC
R. W. HINTON"
Repairing and dubbins M.cutid with OMpatch.   ��h��**t M.tal
Work, Mini,<*< and Mill Mauhlnairy.     Miiiiut.clur.ra nl
Ora Cara,  H.  U.   Contractors'  Car*.
PotBKPfHaUu.ll      INELSOIN,    B# C# I'X'A
Spring Stock fust Opened Up!
Carload Linoleums and Cnrpct-s
From QlasKow, Scotland.
Best Qualities at L,ow Prices*.
Standard Furniture Company
AQ BINTS ���
Mason cV UlHCh ri��aim.
Ofltermoor Mxttredivi.
Unrsh-.il Sawiitiw-v Mmimni.
Complete House Furnishers
Undertakers*    Embalmerc
A.Q. LAMBERT <& CO\
AND DEALERS IN   Ltttl.De.f t  SllillglCSf
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Window*
Turned Work and Brackets. Mail Onlorn promptly ���tt��ode��"|
 VKRNOIN 8TRKRT   .  .   .   INUL80N, B. C.
A******
**r\r**��*��**r>r\rV>r^S>V>>VVVVV��>VVVS*VVk><^r��>*r*r*'
Summer Necessities
GARDEN HOSE
And NOZZLES
LAWN MOWERS
And CLIPPER8
Door and Window Screens
LAWN8PRINKLER8
And WATERING CANS
GARDEN TOOLS
And SPRAYERS
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., liml
Wbolcs.k NELSON R'!!!L*jM*f

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