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SJje  ��ailig   ��cmafctcm
IB  2.     NO.   34.
Fifty Cents a Montr
View of Japanese
Hl|l Colonies on Pacific in Same
FlNttion as United States���
Sympathy With Refusal.
July  1::   -'I'lie reviews com-
avel> on 1 lie Japanese-American
They exprena  relief thut the
.' fUtnlfieaTBaf r 11 n  i   i   :ipi�� ;u* in have 1,*-. n
but   ihey  foresee that it lu not
jla, iu tlie more or less dlsluni
Mesta,  thai    He-   Mune   problem   should
Confront  Greul    llriluin   Hon    now    eon
roata the tuned Hiat.-s.
a SlH-et.ii.il   iiohlisle-.i   'i  thi'iii nn ul
^K   Which,   ItllhoilKll    It   dismisses
Uw    |B   Of    wur    between   Jupuu    ami
j*,1** wholly Incredible. It adinlta
Ctaucy   mat   the silualt'.h  con-
By element* uf anxiety, saying
MIUHMXiI  liievitalile thut there should
e-CJOlillo I   Home time or other, out
agio-Saxon   resistance   to   the
Japanese Immigrant* In the
bordering    on    the    Paclllc
The colonies of  Australia.  Afn-
4+      ��''C*ha<l.i   are  us   anxious   as   the
IMs-pl* Of California lo exclude the yel-
a**BM. With reM|iect inwards Japan,
HW^iKatoi-  Is   unable  to withhold   Its
a*V**J***sy  from   Ihe  colonials      it   says
Kacui   have  forced   the   Amen-
eaaB.jt*>'l*n the  pioneers  In working out
���jUem.   hut   tt   is   llil|K��alble   lo
fOfataii >0w  s<K>n   another  series  of  lie
^kay   hrlaig   Greul   Britain   face
Vth foliar difllcullicH.    Conse-
he   pueytn*  expreaaea  the   luoat
Bpe   that   the   llrlti��h    public
will do  the  ulnioat in  their
I assist   in   the   promotion   of u
ami   enduring  solution   of   the
���^Japanese problem, the govern-
f the tactful Inlluence of an ally,
i press by avoidance of any com
fail that might  prove all embarrassing
piealJ-Mai In Ihe future.     'With all sym
path? and  admiration   for  Japanese as
plrattoaui and  the .lapam'se themselves,
WO SWal  admit.''   he   Review  concludes.
"that Great Britain's first and last duly
la to (Mr own  llesh  and  blood.'*
London. July   1II.--A  s|ieciai  despatch
rae*(*��d here from The  Hague gives an
llltailew  wllh   Almnro  Sale, a  member
Of tk* Jap-niiese delegatlnn io the peace
^^BtCe.     M.  Sato   Buys:     Neither   I
J&y colleagues   are   aware   of   any
,' between  America and Jiipnn, ami
rtalnly   all   talk   of   rupture  ot   war  Is
thO Wildest   exaggeration.     It  is  equally
^K that   we   decline   lo   support   Ihe
FOPOaal   lot   Immunity   ol   private  ship-
ptWOtl  the high  seas  because  we  wish
to leave our hamls free to attack Ameri
aOO aomtiiet'ce  In case of war."
V*t*ran    Humorist    Expresses    Pleasure
at Brltlah Hospitality.
Load.in. July 13.- Mark Twain, who
atAftad tor home today, made this
ataWBletn regarding Ihe leinarkalile ul-
taoUllli he has received in Kiiglund: "I
lUT* led a violently gay ami energetic
Ufa hen for font weeks, bin I have fell
BO fatigue and I have but Utile desire
to qulel down. 1 am younger now by
���even  years  than   I   was ami  if   1   could
n'TJluro another month 1  could  make
B   Thla Ih Ihe moat enjoyable holl-
4av I have ever ball anil I am sorry Ihe
OU of >l  ban ei     I  have mot a him.
IHTol'l frlemlK und made a humlred
^^ones. li'a a good kind of riches,
i'h nunc heller, I think. For two
11 have been planning my funeral.
Vhavr changed my mind now and
^^J postponed 11. I atippoiic 1 won't
aee England again, but I don't like to
thlBk or lhat."
No   Liquor   Llcenaea   in    Existence   for
Next Ten Day*.
HbIIiih, Tex., July III. -With midnight
night a large numbei* of alato laws
t into effect. Home uf those lam.
Bow: permitting medical colleges lo
Wjk\ In human bodies; prohibiting cock-
^Biting; milking il a itilHileinnnor In
drink liquor on Italns; prohibiting five
leu or fiiinlia of tiny sort: creitllug
elghl-hour day for telegrapher** and
I train news; abullablHH negro hcIiooI
bsIcch; requiring Inauranco compu-
Sh Io Invest 7B per cent, of their Texas
grnlngH In Ihe atate; all who sell pll-
IIh are taxed 50 per cent, of the gross
'���"Wacfaj IJhmm      "  '      in. ���   ,   broker-
-e* ..-."* "**���&. tet ahopa
are cjoRdu, .. . ot  permit
wire service to them; let,.. Icouse ap-
plications require 10 day*' notice, thereby making aaloona sell at their own
risk  for the uext  10 days.
Private    Detectivee    Working    on    New
York Sensation.
New York, July 1'!.���According lo Ihe
Hciald... private detectives are attempt-
in gUi aolve Ihe myatery of a $20,000
jewelry robbery from (he private safe
In the odices uf K. M. Uebaloa & Co..
bankers ami brokers who tailed not long
ugo for something like. 1400.000. For
more than a week rumors of Ihe theft
have been current In Wall Hireel, but
uiilll yesterday precautious taken to
that end prevented cortirmatlou. II la
now disclosed thai diamonds valued at
the sum mentioned, some of them cut
and set and othera lu the rough, were
purloined from a compartment In the
private aafe in a manner au clever aa to
leave no clue upon which the detectives
are able to work, it wua about .two
weeks ago that the gems were first
missed but no rapotl has been made
lo the public department. The matter ia in the hands of a private defective   agency.
Orange Grand Master in
Attacks Dominion Government for
Curtailing Rights of Provinces
in School Blatters.
Yamamoto Visits Shipyard*.
Haw Vi ' Inly IS.���Admiral Yamamoto and his suite sunied eu.ly today
for Philadelphia, where they planned to
lu.ik.- a careful Inspection of Cramp &
Camden's ahlpyarde. They will return
to this city this evening.
Report   of   Strike*   Send   up    Rossland
Values���Quotations on  Stock
The stock market for the past week
wus fairly active, with prices showing
but little chanKe throughout. During
thin ami next month great activity lu
Bhareu la hardly exi>ected In consequence of the Miiiinii i holidays. Eastern exchanges report IiuhIuoss dull, and
nearly all tradings are due to profit taking   by   profenHlonal   traders.
International Coal held firm throughout and allowed but little change; It Is
reported that upon the market being
"shakeu out" an advance will then be
liiMintt.il Alberta Coal & Coke continued U�� advance. Helling from 3 to. 4c
higher than on last week's close, with
great Interest apparent and more shares
changing lunula. Diamond Vale Coal
sold to aome extent, but at very low
quotations; it Is quite i>oastbtc than an
advance In these shares will take place
in the course uf a month or so.
White Hear caused several inquiries,
and a Hurry in these sharuB as well as
In other Uossland securities may possibly take place within a short time owing to Improved conditions and the numerous strikes reported In that camp..
Curiboo-McKthnt'y Hhares weru n little
stronger, uud should thu rumors In re-
gard to the splendid showing there be
verified,- quotations will rule much
higher. Rambler-Cariboo was uninter-
cBtlug and almost unchanged. Sullivan
advanced a point or ho. with but few
sales recorded. Consolidated Smelters
declined agiilu. hut showed but Httle
change from  current quotations.
Following are the approximate quotations for the week ending today:
Hid Asked
Alberta C. & 0 $      ���������Hi      �����
American Hoy  -t)l\��
Ark     19 .20
B. C. Copper        ��.G2Mr      f.7r>
lirirk  I.uud   Coal   ...        .5G .62
Cons. Smelters       105.00      120.00
Carlboo-McKlnney .03^ .05
Can. UoldfleUlH Syn.   . .06 .08
Dominion   Copper   ...       6.75 fl.oo
Dinmond Vale Conl  ..        19 21
Dunora Mines  MH%
KurnHce Creek  .62^ .75
flrnnby    *   115.00     130.00
(Jiant    02 .03
Intern. Conl  .8Ufc .93
Kendall             1.27 1.44
Monte  Chrlato  .03
Nicola  Coal   Mines   .. .04 .05
North Star 15 .17
Pathfinder      .02
Humbler Cariboo 28 .31
Sullivan    10V6       .11%
Tol-Kwa  Minos  10
Virginia     03 .05
White Hear 04 .06
West. OU   (Old.)   ... .       1.75 2.00
Australian   Wins   Easily.
London, July 13.���In the flrst qualifying round of ihe tennis singles for the
Davis cup at Wimbledon today, Norman
Iv Hrooks, Australian, beat Heals 0.
Wright, American, by 3-0. The scores
wore:   6-4, 6-4, 6-2.
B. S. Smyth, on whose,|ilny Kngland >
hope of retaining the Davis cup largely
rested*, today iiiiuouueed bis decision
not to compete, as hli practice of the
luHt lew dayi has convinced him thut
he Ih not In proper form to contest in
Hiich Important tennis matches. The
British team, therefore, Is reduce! to
A. W, (lore, Hoper, llanelt and und W.
V. KnveB.
Brandon, July 13.���The meeting held
here last evening in St. Matthew's hall.
In the interest of the Orange order, and
addressed by Dr. T. S. Sproule, M. P.,
most worshipful grand master of the
Loyal Orange Association of North America, was not largely attended, there
being only about 100 present. The meeting was opened by T. M. Percival, of
Hrandon, who simply Introduced Dr.
Sproule and stated that Thomas Sharpe,
Lhe provincial grand master, would not
be present on account of illness in his
family. Mr. Sharpe, however, appeared
at the meeting as Dr. Sproule was closing his address, and was called upon
by thu chairman to give an address.
Dr. Sproule went over the same
ground as he has done In Ms addresses
delivered at Winnipeg and Portage la
Prairie. He spoke of the liberties enjoyed by the people or Manitoba. He
first mentioned the action of parliament
and the action of the state, and In
speaking of this, he said it was the
duty of all members of the order, regardless of party, whether Concervati*��
or Reformer, to flrst see that the principles of the crrder were carried --oar,
and that he had, although a Conservative and having been allied with that
party for 30 years, he had never failed
to raise his voice to any measure that
was Introduced In the federal parliament that which tended to give away
the rights of members of the order
or give to others what wan denied to
them. In proceeding, the doctor said:
"Who are the warring element that is
ever seeking to interfere with the constitution and the safeguards that we
enjoy today, who is that power? We
sometime have one and sometimes another, but one we qan count on always,
aud that Is the church of Rome. 1
don't want any one to misunderstand���
that I am unfriendly to the church of
Rome or any Roman Catholic. So long
as the church of Rome teaches her religion I have no quarrel with Rome, but
tt Is because the church of Rome doesn't
always do that that we And It necessary
to be active always and to prevent in
roads being made In our sacred rights.
"It Is because Rome can demand
rights of any party and In lieu thereof
she may guarantee her solid Roman
Catholic vote and put that party In power and keep it in power If she Is granted
certain favors and it Is because of that
we are compelled to flght the church of
Home. It is your duty, therefore, to
punish the state when It does wrong;
you elect the parliament whether It Ib
good or bad and It Is your duty to remind parliament when It is going astray
and keep it in Its right course.
"You, who live in the province of
Manitoba, know you have what may
fairly bl regarde as national public
schools today. At one time in the life
of this province you didn't have these
national schools. Why was It you
didn't have them? It was because of
the vigilance of the Roman Catholic
church and the activity of them and the
power of tho bishops und priests. That
Ih how Manitoba got her flrst constitution. Krom thnt day to the present there
bas'lieeti a ceaseless tight kept up to get
buck that right to compel you to give
buck what you took away from that
"You are a email province und want
to extend your boundaries so as to be
on a par with the other provinces of
the Dominion. AU the provinces except
Prince Kdyard Island, Nova Scotia and
Now Ilrunswick are larger than you are.
Thore Is country lying north of you.
You asked Tor nn enlargement of your
boundaries, no othre province was
claiming it, why wasn't it given to you?
You aro entitled to It by virtue of tho
smallnosn of tho province, by virtue of
It lying along your borders and could
be easily governed. It wasn't given
simply In my judgment because the tils
trlct of Keowatln h��B tho right of sep
urate schools and so long us It Ib under
the province of Manitoba the law said it
should be governed by the name laws
as this province. Pnrllumont was prorogued on July 10 and ou July 26 an
order In council was passed to detach
Keel wutIn from Mullolnt aud uttach It
to the other northwest territories so
that It could be brought under the same
school lawn as the other provinces. Why
weren't your boundaries extended Two
members of the  Manitoba  government
went down to Ottawa and Mgr. Sbar-
retti invited tne two to go and see him.
He proposed to them: 'I understand you
are down here on an important mission,
the extension of your boundaries?' The
answer was yes. He said: 'Well, I may
suggest to you that you may greatly
facilitate the object you have In v'ow
If your province would only give two
clauses in the act you have in force
and give the Roman Catholics the rights
they had oefore 1896.' Mr. Rogers and
Mr. Campbell declined to assent to that
and for that, your boundaries are not
The doctor, proceeding, said that In
Quebec when Ihe Roman Catholics had
control of the educational system only
62 out of every hundred coul read and
white while In Ontario 87 out of every
hundred coul read and write and in
Manitoba 91 out of evry hunder, and
he maintained that in ihe western country- where the population is made up of
so many foreigners that a national system of education such as was in force
In  Manitoba could be established.
Americans  at   Hague   Interview  by   Korean Delegates.
The Hague, July 13.���Prince Yltjion-
geui, a member of the Korean delegation that was refused official recognition by the peace conference, has succeeded Anally in being recognized by
Joseph H. Choate, the head of the
American delegation, and David J. Hill,
the American minister to the Netherlands. Questioned after the interview,
the Prince said his reception and consultation with the Americans had been
most cordial. He declared Mr. Choate
said to htm: "I can do nothing In the
matter of the Korean delegation as 1
have no instructions from my government, and because the Korean question
Is outside the programme of the peace
conference. I have the greatest sympathy for Korea, but I have not the power
to do anything."
The Hague, July IS.���!t was officially
stated today that Joseph H. Choate,
speaking to the Korean delegation at
The Hague yesterday, merely said that
America always felt goodwill towards
Korea, but that he manifested no opinion about tbe preset* f condition of that
country and only expressed the belief
that no action can be taken here, adding
that if the Koreans desire to make representations to the United States they
must address themselves to the government at Washington.
Kumeric   Ready  to   Sail   From  Honlulu
With 1200 on  Board.
Honolulu. July 13.���The steamer Kumeric, with 1,200 Japanese passengers,
Is roads to sal) tor Vancouver, R. C.
The charterer. Oriyma, has deposited
$25 for each passenger with the ship's
agents to comply with tne Immigration
law, which requires that every Japanese
Immigrant must possess $25. A number
of Japanese who have paid their fare
cannot be accommodated on the Kumeric and there threaten to garnishee the
fund. Oriyma has been refused a passport to Seattle by the Japanese consul
San   Franclioo   Boodler*   Exception   to
Old Rule���No Limit to Reign
or Treachery.
San Fniuclaoo, July 13.���Mayor CIibb.
liiixiun. us a witnuBB In the trial o(
I.oiiIk CIIhhh, charged with bribing the
su|M'i vising lo procure a telephone monopoly, han told in court the Btory of his
entrapment last fall at the home of Mr.
Roy, who bought, for $500, Iloxton's bu-
pervlsal vote agiHnat an ordinance prohibiting child patronage or skating
rinks, only to turn Boxton over to the
law. Mayor llovton told how Kmloliii
SpreckleH, Assistant Prosecutor Honey.
District Attorney l.uiiKilou. Dectectlve
liuins, and a dozen other walked in on
him during the (leal and offered to let
him go free If he would "turn up" his
confederates anil accomplices inside
nnd outside of the board of supervisors.
He agreed and a written guarantee of
Immunity was drawn up und placed In
Spreckles' pocket.
Yamamoto to Visit Ottawa.
Ottawa, July 13.���Admlrnl Baron
Yamamoto anil party, who ure reluming to Japan from Now York via Canada, are expeoted to reach Ottawa about
Thuraduy next. Most of the cabinet
ministers will be In Quebec then to
meet Sir Wilfrid Laurler. li Is unlike,
ly there will be any official welcome
tendered the party here.
Third Successive Win.
Newport, Wales, July 13.���May But-
ton, of California, again won the Welsh
teenlB championship today by defeating
Mlsa Uiwther, HO. 7-6. Aa this Is the
third time tho American has captured
the title she Is absolute possessor of
the $4,200 championship trophy presented by the late Marquis of Mute.
Paradise Valley Scene ol
Rare Sport
Canadian Mountain Climbers Enjoy
Week of Successful Venture���
Attendance Is Large.
Calgary. July 13.���The Alpine camp
In Paradise Valley, near Laggan, Is a
decided success, and the only regret
campers entertain is the fact that the
outing is not of longer duration.
Many thrilling climbs have been
made, and the scenery is of indescribable beauty.
Monday morning brought fn the first
of the guests, who soon got into harness
to help prepare for the opening proper.
At the evening campflre, in honor of
Dominion Day all joined In singing "The
Maple Leaf Forever" and "God Save the
King," and then gave three rousing
cheers for Canada.
On Tuesday a party made an unofficial climb of Mount Aberdeen, under the guidance of Rev. Dr. Herdman.
Having reached a height of more than
10,000 feet, two of the party, D. Sutherland and Fred Herdman, both of Calgary, graduated into the rank of active
As the preliminary work had been
so well advanced, the president of the
club, A. O. Wheeler, announced on
Tuesday evening that the guide, Peter
Daultman, would, direct a party up Elf el
Peak if-any wished to go. Five signified their desire to do so, and succeeded
in reaching the summit, the height of
which is 10,090 feet. By making the
climb two more qualified for membership���D. Gillies of Carletoh Place, and
Alex. A. Hallentlue of Calgary. The ascent was made by way of Sentinel Pass,
which lies between Mt. Temple and
Pinnacle mountain, and the return was
made by way of Wastach Pass, which
lies between Elf el Peak and Mt. Hunga-
bee. In the meantime Dr. Herdman
piloted a party to the Horse shoe glacier, which lies at the foot of Hunga-
bee, and is the source of Paradise creek.
During the night of Wednesday the
v&Uuy was visited by a thunder storm,
and on Thursday morning the camp
found itself enjoying a fall of the "ever
beautiful." But the snow did not chill
the ardor of the climbers, for one party,
with Peter Daultman as guide, and consisting of Dr. Herdman, P. D. McTavtsh,
Stanley Jones and D. Sutherland, all of
Calgary, togother with the Rev Roberts
of Revelstoke, succeeded In reaching
the summit of Mt. Temple (11,626 feet.)
The trip was a very hard and trying
one, Mr. Jones having had his ears frostbitten. Another party with Hector
Wheeler as guide, ascended Mt. Aberdeen, but the storm at the top was too
fierce to allow the party to get up on
the summit proper. During the day
snow fell intermittently In the valley,
but It Is hoped that it may be thu turn-
lug point to good weather. This Is all
that Is needed to makes delightful and
successful camp for 1907.
After the official opening on Thursday
evening, everything swung wide open
on Friday morning, and parties left to
ascend Mt. Temple nnd Mt. Aberdeen,
while another started on a trip around
by Lake O'Hara (the two days' trip,)
and others went out to lake Annette
and to the Horseshoe glacier. Again
on Saturday, Friday's programme was
duplicated and many members are graduating by making the official climb or
either Mt. Temple or Mt. Aberdeen. The
flrst party to make the two dnys' trip
has just come in and reports a very
hard lot of work the greater part of the
first day. The worst was at Abbott*!
Pass, where, after ascending through
the Death Trap to tho Kt.mmlt, the cold
wub very severe, and the snow so hard
on the further slope thut careful nnd
slow work was encountered. The guide,
Edward Feutz, had to dig footholds all
the way down, and tho whole party had
to back down, on a rope, of course. But
the scenery was so grand that, having
renched the foot, all peril was, for tho
time at least, overlooked. The approach
or rather descent, Is most beautiful aud
the scene at tho lake is one never lo be
The lOOond clay of the journey Is
much easier, being made over three
pusses, across tho upper end of Prospector's vnlley, and tho valley of the
Ten Peaks, across the Horseshoe Glacier Into Paradise Valley, where the
camp Is Rltuated.
Today has been the flijest weather
yet, and much enthusiasm Is apparent
around tho camp.
for the past 17 days. There Were 47
counts In the indictment. The case was
given to the jury yesterday evening and
the deliberations of that body extended
far Into the night. Sentence was suspended pending a motion for a new
Preparations for  Convention  of Dominion   Labor Congress.
Ottawa, July 13.���Messrs. Alphonse
Verville, M. P., of Montreal, president
of the trades and labor congress of Canada; James Simpson, Toronto, vice
president, and P. M. Draper, Ottawa,
secretary, were In Ottawa yesterday
and today preparing the report of the
executive to be presented at the annuu)
meeting of the congress, which will convene in the legislative assembly chamber at Winnipeg on Sept. 16th. The
congress of this year will be, by all
odds, the largest yet held.
it was announced today that the
Pressmen's International Union has decided at headquarters to have all local
unions in Canada affiliated with the
congress. Similar action has also been
taken by the International Brotherhood
of carpenters .thus adding about 4,500
more to the membership represented
by the congress. The executive has de
elded to appoint three organizers, to devote their time from now until September in getting local unions to affiliate
with the congress. These organizers
will be Alphonse Verville, M. P., for
Quebec and the Maritime provinces; Allan Studholra, M. P.. for Ontario, and
W. R. Trotter for Manitoba and the
Soldier* of Two  Powers  Fraternize  at
Unveiling of Statue to Gari-
Parts, July 13.���The statue of Garibaldi, Italy's gift to the city of Paris,
was unveiled today in Lowaiw'ow
Square with imposing civil and military
ceremonec In the praaeace of Prealdeat
Fallieres, the cabinet ministers, the diplomatic corps, and other distinguished
persons. Foreign Minister Plchon and
General Canzio, Garibaldi's son-in-law,
made the  principal  addressee.
The feature of the occasion was a defile before the monument of the French
veterans of the Army of the Vosca��,
and deputations of Italian veteran* who
fought with Garibaldi In the defence of
France during the rrancoOarman War
fo 1870-71. The presence of the latter
in Paris, where they are being shown
much attention, gives to the French national fete, the anniversary of the taking of the Bastlle, which wilt be cele-
biated tomorrow with the usual popular
festivities and a review of troops at
Ixing-Champs, somewhat of the character of a Franco-Italian fraternization.
American   Lady Victimize*  English   by
Bogus Letter*.
London, July 13.���J. Pterpont Morgan
appeared in the West London police
court today as a witness in the case of
Mrs. Josephine Leslie, who was arrested at Newmarket July 4th, charged with
defrauding members of well-known families by false pretences, and who represented herself tc be a friend of Mr.
Morgan. The latter repudiated all
knowledge of Mrs. Leslie. He said he
did not write to her advising her to
Join ono of his syndicates, and never Invited Mrs. Leslie, as alleged, to dine at
his sou's house. As a matter of fact,
Mr. Morgan added, he was In N��w York
nt the time of the alleged Invitation. On
cross-examination Mr. Morgan said ho
did not remember any Invitation being
sent to George Kasterllcks. th�� prisoner's father, fur a public dinner which
Mr. Morgan gave In New York.
After the plalulllt. Miss Annie lllount,
hud I.���stilted briefly that she wus Induced to give Mrs. Leslie $42,51X1 on the
strength of letters purporting to have
been written by Mr. Morgan promising
huge returns, the case was adjourned.
New Turbine.
New York, July 13.���The new turbine
steumer Creole, of the Southern Paclllc
line, left New York toduy ou Its maiden
trip to New Orleans. Tho Creole Is ono
of three magnlUceut ships recently completed for lhe Southern Paclllc line. It
Is Ihe only vessel engaged In the.coastwise trade to be equipped with turbine
Cashier Found Guilty.
Ilnltlmore, July 18,���John W. Oelger.
late caBhler of the ('anion national hank
of Hits city, was this mnrultiK found
guilty in the United States court or lie-
traylug and fraudulently lining funds ot
the bank.    Thu case has bean on trial
Defence   All   In.
Holse, July   13.���The  defence  In the
Haywood trial rested at '.�� o'clock this
morning and  the rebuttal was at once
MarcoDi Company Opposed by Templeman \
Minister of Marine Disputes Contention���Ready to Issue Licence to
any Wireless Operators. I
Ottawa, July 13.���Hon. Mr. Temple-
man, minister of marine, denies, the
charge of the Marconi company that the
contract rights of that company with
the government are being neglected or
infringed. The company claims that
their contract made with the government in 1302 gale them a monoply of
the wireless business in Canada to the
exclusion of all other companies and all
other wireless systems. The government Ib not willing to admit such a
sweeping monoply. The dispute has
been brought to a head by two things
which the government has done recently- One of these Is the Installation on
the Pacific coast of wireless stations by
the government and the avowed intention of the government to operate these
stations itself. The Marconi company
contends that they should have been
given the right to erect and equip fhese
stations and to operate them for all
time. The Marconi company erected
and operated the stations on the Atlantic coast.
The other action of the government
againat which there ia complaint by the
Marconi company ia the issuing of a
liceaae without -which no ship or sta-
iloa eaa *cr*w commercial busineaa in
Canada. The license specifies that the
ship of company which receive* it ahall
exchange it with any other wireless
company which offera it to them. Recently the Marconi company arranged
to equip three of the C. P. R. steamer*
oa the Pacific coast with the wireless
apparatus and *pplsmf for a license to
orente them. The��e were the first licenses for wireless telegraphy issued after the government had decided upon
the licensing system. After receiving
the licence the company claiattsL that
ita rights were infringed and declined
to pay the license fee. They object to
the provisions that there shall be an exchange of business with any other company. The government believes that it
is within its rights under the contract
and that Ita actions are In the public
Royal Human* 8ocl*ty Medal* to Two
Boy* of Burton CRy.
On June SOth at Burton City two Indian lads, Victor Kootenay and Albert
Skookuin, were presented with the
bronze medals of the Royal Humane Society for saving the life of Clyde Rev-
eller from the rapids of the narrowa in
the Arrow Lake*. I
The rescue was effected early last
July and was reported in Tbe Daily
Canadian of July 10th. S. Walker, of
Burton, at once interested himself to
secure recognition for the gallantry of
the Indian lads. With the assistance of
C. J. South tbe award ot the medals
was secured. They arrived a fortnight
ago and the presentation was made by
Mr. Walker.
The boys are very proud of the handsome testimonials to their courage,
strength und skill.
Prices of Metals.
New   York,   July   13.���Silver,   67*.c;
cornier. :!1*S><-:  lead, |5.25.
Liiidoii, July 13.���Silver, 31   116d.
Drowned While Boating.
Buffalo. July 13.���Rev. A. E. Dahlman.
pastor of the Zlon Evangelical Reform
church of this city, and hla son, Enill J.
Dahlman, were drowned last night off
Derby, a summer resort on Lake Erie
near this city, by the capsizing of their
boat, In which they were sailing. Their
bodies have not been recovered.
Later.���A special to tho Times from
Derby says: "The oldest and youngest
sons of tho Rev. A. Emll Dahlman, pastor of Zlon Reform Evangelical church
of Buffalo, were drowned In Lake Erie
yesterday, and another son who waa out
sailing with them bad a narrow aacape
from death. Up to II o'clock today the
bodies of the two boy* had not bean recovered. The drowning occurred about
thre. miles out from shore when their
sailboat capsized owing to the heavy
sea and the strong wind which wns
blowing. According to the story of Iho
survivor, tlie hoys, who could all swim,
managed to roach "the side of the boat
and held on until two of them became
exhausted, when they let go their hold
and sank. The survivor manned to retain his hofil until thu boat drifted Into
the shore, when he wns rescued.
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tt l* anij -*r lt*rniaask4* u> smrraax tt,
talaa   aaaijiwml atati:   t-lsaasiiai las  si a
s ;.suit4l��4a ta* ran lint <a Csatar lui
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iaati I>��t.irtrL   T-ninrr rj-^tsi r hisubi
sisssns ia.sl Vstter   HtSrf. of Inn,,,
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L.M.V      IAS      DC*. 4444341X49
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The Hall Mining ani Smell
Company, Limited.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
fttxt; day* alter date 1
eaooa to the Bm cbietf <
a��d Worta. l��r pwrml���Aum a��  aarekaaa  tbe
1+w.T* .+**Tihma t**4: < ����ai��eiKta�� at a c-��t
Vtocad aa tha aw tha re ol Lower a lai^u
.ai - at..: a It mM trom the oaun t* i-mi
aatd aa-i-v-     B    T a.   K->. aara��f  ptmi
* ��      uju ��e��t. thaw* m eivaia*
aa��th. uv*ac* ao ebaiaa aaat. Ut����g* a�� t-haia-*
����tk  u. paiat of eoaaai*ae*ta����at, eoat4uai*ar
*���* aerta, mmm <n m**.
liate-i the had day ��f May. 1M-T
ibtf**^j h   *.ni?
'*tvr:aa Ami
Nt.ee i* hereby flren tbat ����� dat* after date I
>. : : I,:.'*- ::< H ��� '*.>!-.-=:=.��. . ,-
oi Laarte tit work* f<��r penaLaaioa to aarvbaa*
the JoLtowiaf dearn bed tract ol iax-4. aituate tn
Weat Kiaouaay dutnrt. C<*��att��riaai at a pt��t
aAaatad oa M*mcmk r^car tu eoaflseore with
dammit creek mart**: Maryam BalaawhUafi
N t coraar thaaoe a^ctb ��chain*, tbeivc* weat
���* <wL��-lj ;*.-���. r :. --'.- ��� | a -,. Q|MN��aawl I
-rtuoa* ta ataea of oc*m*s e area en u
3Crd May  1W. M*an*aar HrU'.<nun.
���*::-:a.x   "-.tii-     i   A*tt:
to the
&tity day* after date I ttitead to a
Boa- tbe Chief C-oaaatkowr of
Work* loporchaae ICOarr** -.������ iand . Cocim��actac
at a ao*t p.asteO on tbe weet F>de ot*-Miie rreeE
oa tbe wac<.<a roa<l about J*-, milea from Kootenay lake, and marked Melt MeKe^hate'i aouth-
weet eoraer poet, then-'* weat ���chaina. thenoe
north a.' t haln*. tbeaee eaat ��o cbalna, tx.enee
avoth ��u chain* to place ol beainmna
Located thi* **rd day of April. 1*C
NBIL M< Km> H'lK.
R J  KtXiOTT, A(ent.
1. tbe undersigned. Intend aiterCOdan toarply
to tbe Hon. tbe Chief Commiwlouer of latnd* and
Work* for permlaaloo to purchase the foilowliu
deei-ribed land : i'ont menrlnf at a poat marked
T. M. ?"ha:p'* St c . located on the we��t iihore
uf Alucmn lake, about twelvf mile* Irom tbe head
of Slocan lake, thence weat 4tt chain*, tbt-nte
north 4* chains thence ea*t M chain*, thenre
���outb * ut shore of tUocaa lake to ; u.t ol
eon mc uoe at* nt.
Located May Ufa. T. M  ftaaar.
Nelaon Land IMstrlct    Mstrict of Wr,t K.-otenay
Take notice tbat Kdwanl  Peter* of Ymtr, Brit
t��h Columbia, occupation, mlber. iutrod* to ap
Sly for permission to purchase the loliowiar
ea\rlbe<i land: lommeiictufj at a i��.**i plante<l
mi the north bank of I .-t creek, ataout thret-
lnU-H.4.l*ilt    f,..���,    (he   Junction   al    !���--:  ���  *���   .  ���
aud Salmon nvt-r. in the Nels^tn laud district.
thenN- north to rhaltia, thence Wasltoahatoi
Ibence south tu cti*iu��, more at !.�����* to I >*i
cteek. tbeui-e ca*t followtiif said eroak lo (M.iat
oi commencemeat. and couUiinug tM) acre*,
more or lea*
Dated June Mh. 190T i     >,.,���
Uuutci ..r Wei Kivtuenay
Tale notice tbat William Pat ki AuA, ; WOW ��>(
Sir l*r. oc*'U|*iton brldfeotan. mtcu.t no apiai
lor permission to purchase the l��Uo��,uit daaeri>
ed iand> Oommrn,Mti| al * ���(-������.'t p'suicd st ;|u-
north title at Summit treek. market S tf
ll ��ue* north �� rbalns. thence ea*t a> rfaalha,
tht new aouth A) chalua. theoce -��e*i ttebaihl
to i*<ilnt ol txim men cement
witina Da*u Unamtj
  ��   J   (*ott, A��ent
Nr.K a L��nd l'.*trK-t. Dutrlet of W*si Kootenay
Take notice that John Pnllltert a| Nel-.m
BrttUh > oiumt ia. oecupal-lt-n saK^to keeper |n
lead* to apply for peraalMloa to pure laae the
follow in*; deat rlbed Und tommen>inc at a
r^at plsateot on the norlh hank 1-^t , rvek �����.���
abo-at two and one smarter miles easterly fr\wa
the venation of Uwt creek aad eWlmoa nm tn
lhe Se.-'n .ana dtetrtc-t. theoce oonb *X .*���������
.tt.#3.-e ac*i ��i> -rhatn*. ihsnce soaih (T chain*
more or ieas lo Lc��t ereek. iheaveea.it followtaj
aakj creek to potoi o< tomaieooemea;   ao.l <vvn
la.nia* 4*v acrea. more or tea*
D*t*d JoneUb. mr
eneeatveat   and cvm-
*��oa rui-Lanr
Dtsutcc   District o4��*mKoaatt***
Take aoctee tbat Praok   MeJX��aa*4.  of >e**too
Bnuah Ootmmlzia. e<vopauoa mioer   taieadVT-
��ew�� riaedlaads     lomatbctu at a bwm eiaas,w3
. mmecctca al �� aaaa r-taai
lasaiiaaata m t-luti Uwsm ��m W ckata. t,
-��� <���< i'**'��WMl.   ������   nvutala* aw
t>atS4l Its, Ma. IMr
ri4����m Ki'Dotuia.
s4��l���� a *����l zt^ra li.i t* .I... ��n��c i... i
-ZZiZlfr ���*.*** ������W^^S'OullSt-
attsonarr al Uu. usl  Wocta lat BKmHsasa,
S TZfP^ZU?*? '���* *��������4 ItaTat.Mat
'���   "���**  S.v4��ts>��T  <uuvi     siiaiaii  at a
���*[.4.l.uu,  ����m ti.alarr at LalSZt ��l.
a* vat   ryu-*..,  ��( Oa,  B   v   SMtamtacf
t��< ao. mat Mt Mttuaa. lasso a��rta v. taVatwa
taaaau. taian wlnii. mj* inllMT ��| ^J
r*jtst^-��4Vt la aa aaaaViTi alnvusa ta ta* anal
M^.iitrr ���) u* aat �����. v����a��. arata W jamaTat
raaasaisMilaiaal. ,���islslia  Mt acra.. Ear* at
Dau4 taia l��a aa. <* t-.aa.ttti,
r.T-. jknem r.,.*.�����
SatawlaaalDMrMt.  liwirkrtM Van X.cvkaa,'
aaat i*iw .-�� ta* sta am ��r rsaTtku.
thaa ,v arnaa.; tea*. aM** at ta* aaaf *"
at La* sua, ikaa, wast at eaataa.
T'alat. Oinmi
a*** il,: - taa  ..
���**��������r�� i"*. ������ tw
akat* at ttun nm m lata. Mmxsi at naa-
ajaitmm   sa4 oraislatn* X�� ama. aaat* ar
M.T.st*.Nar. ��-.,
*a��I 4��rt tJ��ai u�� 1 aarraat .Oszuai aaall-
-^2 ���S.'f-JL*^ **��� *S��CK4��TaUa3saSTil
*���***��* ����^toya��lalwt��>.itasa tw
Ckst! Osaa
Mllsata*   I mi i ni I laaat:  Otaaiaaajss*,
pan   atenat   at ta*   aana*a.�� *7a*Va\ B.C-
ztaarr-s    .mkuus    t.    rinaaM    aau*>l
a r�� K s  ��4r**i
Haaaaan** ' sasOlostlaa a* .
��wKi r.wsnsa, a��jaat
tw tnaiaasa* ta
.-���-:..-.:    -a
aa***** r a* ���
iMwaw  aorta..- |   B
tra^a v��. ta*   '
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Uataja* tats at* *.; at
.mil aat* after a*** I
11   ;   ���!���.
sona*..* ct a��rt��4*-
aiaata* at ta* ssaiK   _
tzartrt i> A  Hum ���
aorta *J raaja.. u,*a*a
scuta a -t... .*. taaaaat ��
UKalait iact, atta. Z*B.
a*r A. 4 .��  i.   ,.,::���.
tat^Bd toar "���-
4V*f**y *lita
;*-> B --.��
���t MUs*i a��4 i
a** Wars, lor srralatoia
porrttaa.   ta.  ���el'.aarlaa 4W11M irsrt t
���lloat* ta Vest Caearaar aistnri    < ..man
����� ��� Po*�� ��t*ai*�� aa riuranl  n.si lu
soaax* wtia laaaaaa rm*. a����n... ��
Har-bour,   V ��   nuraat. taaaot so���lh at c
la.tw* cast at rhalaa. Uvaar* norili *),
la.a-. SJaatat 7balaai*ptac*otr.,ininruci
3rd >.,. tar. WiLUial
Notif* u b^rb. ai.** taat at <tsr. s
lai*t,J to sip:. u. it. Hc-a. Cbtct < ��>u
of !.--..   .:  t Wort, for partatsaloti lo t
the follow ing deerritwd   land   tn  Will i
district, on   weat   *     ���-.   of   Lower   Arr<
adjoining Lut No   Ot��. oa tbeeoolh:
��t a ptwt marked "Uarry   M. I* -  '. -  Nl
CMt and   t.aDted   no the shore of   I-oWl.
��� kr, at th* southeast cornet   of Capt  fot
i��*t.   thence  weat  h> chains,  thenre to
chains more or leaa to tb* north boundan<J
FtiUmore't P. R . thenre ����chain* cast s!-M*
���aid   boundary  to  laha.  the&ce north ���'
lake shore   A'  chain*,  more or  less  to f
i ow man cement.
May .*ad   IWt. J. D
 Age at lor Marry 1
ttzty day* arter dale 1 intend to apaty u a
Hob the Chief Commissioner of laa��*"
nurks. Viciorta. tn purebase 13) acre* *\ *
'"- *!<������! on tbe weat side of Arrow lake snd 17
dlraoUf north of I^hTVI: CommenrlQK M��
planted al the S E. corner ol Un 7.1* and ���
c-l '-it M K. comer."' and running i
chains, thence west Ml chains, tbence
��� hain*, iheuce weatst) chains tben<<
chatus. thence e**t a> chains to point oik
April ��M. t��*R. Birth >  Rud)
J. i.   ^m��... AgtriL
"���lil;   daya after date I intend to apply f
Hon   ( hi*! Cammaauooor of Laod* snd *"
Vltranrta,   l�� t . u> parchaae th* Mioeitii*
v-ribed land, *n-aud ta th* West Etx>u&*J��]
trlrt-    i owsfi.'iij   ot   a   poet  p'.snied "Of
��*"i  aide of   Koaxeray   lake,   e-��"   KhlDiK<��
point,  and   marked  J. McKtanon'�� ���* It*"*.-
lNv��t.   thenee  weat  m   rhaia*.   then-*  ��ortt'
> haia*  tbeaev ewat Mf> chain* more or !�����< tol
���bore, thettoa aJanatf Wfca thoee to p��.nt ol t
1  K,Knnw
l>ated A prtl C WW.
Notice i* b*r<rkT
I intend to aamjvaa
a        .   a      -     *,*.      -
*eat K.
-.    ��� -a ��-
cbsta* to fCace *��
-ttrd May. "
mum '������' ."i^"1
.1   and iltusUi
laMnmcucias: *l ���J*
aortb fr��ni torii
ameran'* ���*
a.*^  theoce nortfc
m chatnK tbmmowo***
*��� a,t '���s����<*
I l,*vaao< a. Aawut^
���*t.le t ��>
*     I* h>f P"*"1
, *r""l tiart;
j Jut rift    *��
-ast rrta
l�� ���"���"���
���mm fe}ekil)
tmn a< ckm
^i citaiat*'*
VtUataM aUaaoca. A*r*aL
_Tahe iMK* that Harry ��W��*�� ��'*iS
to   ya.fehaaa   ibe   .MM mom Maatetb^*   !���*"
���* est k:��-ii���y dwarac< ���, ww
ar* aaat ratatrat* aBBBa. ~
iJirrn tarar.
������<*t ��a* kmaai
tw*ta l*aan; ,-StVra
-1 ..,-.. pi
viarat  aa4  ,4>t
�� ai Las at* taiaia i ����� ��'--,-,.
It* t**Ba.��n4a>a��* <" LJ
-witi^iantt* raaras, uj*
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at aat a, ~r ��� 1.441.
t.taat4W>*^*^*iaW..tl��^T w:iJ^
������������MzaiaV 'alt**** *a��t ���-*:;'���} "J
t�� ta* Baa tw Ca,M OaaaauaaVA" ^ "J,
r ���
aaat Varka aw
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taaoaa lat, aaaail tanaatr sllsajlia
ifc**r�� awl at tart.,**. tl*��r* ae^o
LS.trf.   ra..l   at raaj-aa.  ta*
M-.-.r. ^4 .a*, *l> cas^tu w,
l.vatad a st ��a.
f; ti, -..r. ,rwr data t parpas* ""aZtaaSS
Oaa t�� tiat Caaat CiaaaTtiatTaVr ri la**��
��*4*�� tv* prrtataaM* t�� parraas* <-��� "-*f"
aVarnraallaaKl-.   Clisassinila*  .!.;������    ���.,���?
utWaanaaaMraranM kx *t*> 4^ ���** ^
���   r atti-t* t nn> paaz.- raaatajtJT
>l .tuu a tat   ".. ra*
at caaza* ��a*i   -     1.
raaaav caattatala* aat acrt*  a
itsta* ta�� *ta The Dally Canadian
Who Want a Good Arcticle Will Buy
'he BACON We Sell
It Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured and  Smoked.    Our Hams Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co.. Ltd.
al ���m I-and District. District ol West Kootenay
WOMO notice that Qootoo Alexander, of KhkIo,
V , occupation mine inanaKer, luteuds to *\t
j for a siieilal limber licence over the follow*
to descritt'l ii.'i'i CmnmeiirluK al a poit
Cnted at the northeast corner of l.<-\ 1(>W>.
Dtip 1, Kooteuay iMiUrlut, thence west 00
sin-, thenee aoulh 40 chains, thenou cast Ou
at ii-. thence north 40 chains to tli�� point of
nuncncerauiil, and eontainlnK 240 acres, more
put.-.! June %n, VT. liaoaoi ALEXaMiRR.
aoo Land District. District ol West Kooteuay
ake notice that Qootto-j Alexander, of Ka*lo,
57, ovcupatlon iqIIic imwiatitT, tuteutls tn sp
��� for a special timber licence over the follow-
ii--' tiu-.i lands: totuuiein inn at a post
Uted at the southeast corner of Lot 1005.
,mp 1, Kooteuay iiltiirUt. thence north w
alns. tbence west 80 chains, Lheuct- south Hu
un-. thence east Hu chains to point of com-
en. .in- ii'..   aud  coutaiulng 640 acre*, more or
ated Juue 27, iwn
OKOKi.B  Altlisi-iK.
on I-and District.   District of Went Konlenay
take notice that-ieiirKe   Alaxauder,  of Kaslo,
B . occupatiou mine manager,, luteuds to ap-
- for a spatial timber llimw over the follow-
��� I. m rtU l   lands:     CouimeaclnK ��l *���   P0��S
at   the soiiihcam   corner   of   Ix��t   i��>5.
(n led
ip  1,    Kootenay   District,   thence    north *J
ins,  thence  east  60 chains,   Iheuce  south B0
Bin.   thence  weat  <>��� chains  to  the  point  of
iiiencemcut, ami   contiilutUK 49) acres, more
Dated June IT. 1W7.
(laoitoi ALEia.snia.
lli-..ii Land District.   District of Weal Kootenny
fcake notice that GoOTga   Alexandei,  of   Kaslo,
-ccupatlon oitae manager,  lnte:ids  to up
a special timber licence over the   follow-
m r[i..-i   lands:    Commeucing   at   a post
1   at   the   northeast   corner   of   Lot  h* i.
1.   Kootenay     District,   thence   west   40
thence  south 180 chains,  thence  eaat 40
, thence north IM  chains  to   the point ol
net in- in   hii-1   containing 8W acres, more
��<1 June 77, 11V7.
tin I and IMfltrlct. Milrlctot West Kooteuay
ake in.net that <>eorfce Alexander, of Kmlo,
S-> occupation mine inauagcr, Intends to ap-
f for a ineeial timber Itconee over lhe foi low-
.I'm tiI-imI 11, i,ia : t^om me uelng at a post
nu'.l at the MMithwest corner of Hectlon Vi,
rnihlp 7, Kootenay District, thence north 40
tlna in the houlh t*oiindary of the Indian
e, thetiee MUl about 10 chains to the
a��t corner of n��id ludlau Hewrve, thence
���Hi 40 i bain*-.   thence  east  about 70 ehaius to
st boundary of Lot n\2, uicnce south so
tin-, theme  west  HO chaina  to the  point of
kmeuceuienl, aud   coutalnlu-g COO aures, more
ated June ?:. MOT. Okuik.e AL��>*ndik.
DiaJ^J. I^Wqmi UtKilouay
��rgw   .MtVnfli r, of Kaalc,
llson I ,,ttol District.
kfl notice that Gflorge A I tVwTl *
, occupation uuii�� taauagt't'i-'iDtendH to
or a special limber licence over the follow-
; described lands: Commeucing at a post
at ihe lni<-r-4.ct Nn of the north .Ineof
Rlton M, Township 7. Koouway DtsUlct, and
>east line of the Indian K*>>*erve, thence south
is, l he lice enst about-70 chains to the west
nndary of Lot Hi2, thence north 60 chains,
* nee west about 70 chains to the point of cm in
tncement. and contalulug f-OO  acres,  more or
ated Juue i:, 1WJ7.
'eUoti I nnd District.   Dlstrictof West Kootenay
iTaie notice   that  George   Alexander, of Kaslo,
1, 0*�� occupation mine uiHuagcr, intends to ap
ly (or a special timber licence over the foltow-
Bg ���l'"-''n!��"l luti-l-' ('omiii'nclng at �� im-i
panted at the Intersection of the south line of
_4ii-.ni .v.. Township 7. Kootenity Dixtriet, and
be east line of thu Indian  Hescrve,   theuco east
���bout 70 vhalnn to the west boundary of Lot 812,
bence tiorth HO chains to the south bank of
loat river, thence westerly HO -ehaius along
.on ih bank of Goat river to thewenllnc ol said
fection 25, thence south Ho ��� -hains to point Of
oimnenccment anil  containing  Uu acrea, more
ftr less.
Dated June .'7, IU07. (.euros Alkxamdeii.
Nelson Uii'i District    Dlstrictof West Kooteuay.
Take notice  that  George  Alexander of Kaslo,
_ "i   C*. ociMipatinii   mine tuailRgcr, intentls to ap
rily for a special   timber  licence over the follow-
ng   described   lan-ls:     Commencing  at a  post
r.] niied at tht southwest corner of l-oi ���������'-'.,< .roup
,   Kootenay  district,   theuee  south   100 ehnins,
Fthunce east   Ml  chains to the northeasl uorner of
[the Indian reserve; theuee north about HO chaina
ito  Goat river;   thence westerly along the soutli
* ank of Goat river about i.'i chains to * he smith -
rest  corner  of   t.-'t   I'M;   thence mirth about ��� *��� ���
chains to the  uorlhwest  corner of tald Lot 401;
hence  enst  about 7}  chains  to  the  nmitbwcst
tu n.-r of Lot h'.u ;   ih.'iiri'  north about Hft chain*
, o the southeast coruer of l_ot (W��l; tiiont'e west 40
Chains to the point of commencement, aud con-
'alnlng 4io acre*, moru or less.
Dated June r., 1907. (Ieokur a i.r jt anhkh
1- Notice Is liercPy given lhat 30 days
aft.-r date I Intern! to apply to lhe Chief Com-
inisnlnner, of l.��u<l ami Work*, for a spoclal
alccnie to cut and enrrv limber from the lollowlng described luinl.-. situated on the southeast
Bide of Halmon rlvt r. iu the district ol West
.ootenay: t'ommcnclng at a post placed nhout
l���� yards weal of Koso l^eaf creek marked "K. M.
Reeves's nortjiucul comer," thou- e W) chain*
*ouih,  thence HO chains  uust,   thence HO uhalOH
ol ! Ii ,  I hence HO   CltHlUS   tt'i-l    to   place   Of   itUIl-
lxicatcd on the llth day of June, 1!H17.
K   M. Rkbvbh, I-oca tor.
No.9. Notice is hereby given that :��) dayi
after date I inland to apply lo the Chief Com-
knlHilouer, of f<ands aud Works, for a special
license to cut and carry timber from the following described lauds situated on Ihu inuthcnKl
���lue of the Halmon river, In the dlstrictof WuhI
kootenay: Commencing at a post pi need about
���00 yards weat of Rou 1-caf creek, marked "U M.
Recvei'i No. '2 southwest corner," thenco HO
hhiilns north, thunce B0 ehaius east. I hence HO
Bhaim soutli, ilieu.ewi chains west to place of
Lnciitert on the 10th day of June, 1007.
K. M. Krkvrs, Ixicator,
Nelson Land District.   District or West Koolcuny.
Nollci. Is hereby given  that thirty days alter
date J, J. P, tiwedbcrg,  of   Nelson,   It. C , miner,
Intend to apply   to tlie   Hon. the Chief Comniti-
���Inner of  Latins  nnd  Works, nl   Victoria,   for   a
���pedal   license  to cut nnd   carry H��ay  liinbor
froin   tho lollowlng described lands, situated ou
lit crock, lu the West Koolenay district:
I.���t ommenulng  at ft post marked J. V. H's
timber   limit,  northeast corner post, located on
[west  lork  of Summit creek, about 2 miles from
ii.Hin creek, tbence running south HO  cIirIuk,
thenee   running west 40 chains, Ihenee running
I north 40  chains,   thence  west  40 chains, tlicnce
t north 80 chains, Iheuce  rimmim cast 40 ehalni,
Ethoncc runulng  south  40 chains, tlience east 10
ciialns to place of CoiHtiicnceinent.
Dated this,Hii day of Juno. lii)7.
J. P. HwmuiERU, Locnlor
N'. 2.���'ommcnclng  nt n post nmrked J. ��'. H's
\ timber limit, uorlhwuil corner post, locnlcd on
, west fork of Hutu nil l crceg, about Iwo miles from
1 main crock, thence running south HO chains,
ta  running east Ho chsins, theuee running
[north 80 chains, thenee runulng well HO chalua
to pin e of commencement
Dated the 6th day of Juno. 1007.
J. f. H\\ kiuikiio, Lucalor
Nelaon Lsnd District    District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Walu-r Kdwards, of KergiiRon,
npntlon  ciDok,  Intends  to apply   lor  a
B. C
ipeclal tl in tier   licence over  the  lollowlng  described hrnds:     Coinmi-ncing   at  a  poat   planted
Vj miles op ��� creek running into the head of
Cariboo lake, on the Cast Mile of Cariboo lake
and marked "WalU-i Kdward's north west corner," (hence south 80 chaina' thence east HO
ehalnr. ibence north HU chains, thence west ho
chain* to polut of commencement, and coutaln-
lug G10 acres, more ur teas.
Dated April 71th. l��i7 Waltkk Kuwaruh,
by hi* agent F. C. MaKMNU.
Nelson Land District. Dlslrici of Wesl Kooteuay
Take notice that Walter Kdward.", of Ferguson,
B C .occupation cook, loteudi lo apply for a
n|Mj.ial linilier licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a poll'*1*, lun-r.
up Klevetis creek and a '* mile east from A.
Kvan's coruer post No. 9, and marked "Walter
Kdwards ��� northwest corner post," thence east
40 chains, Iheuce south UK) ehains, thence weat
40 chalua, thenee uorth UU chalm to jKilnt of
commencement, ant) containing 640 acres, more
or law.
Dated May Mth, i -������".. Walter Kowahuh.
by hli agent F. C. Manning.
Nelsou l*ud Dislrlcu District of West Kootenay
Take notice lhat Waller Kdwards, of Fcrguion,
B. ('., occupation cook, intends to apply for a
special llmlier licence over the following described lands: Comaiebclug at a l>ost planted
about a mile from the head of Cariboo lake and
one mile cast of said lake, and marked "Waller
Kdward'* southwest turner." thence north 80
chatm, tin in ���* call 80 chains, ihenee south 80
chains, iheuce west HO chains to point of com-
moncement, aud coutainlug MO acrei, more or
Dated May 30th, 1807. Walter Kdwaiihi.
by hla agent F. C. Manmno.
Ncisou Land District. Dlitrlct of West Kootenay
Talc notice that Arthur B. Evans, of Beaton.
B. (.'., occupation cruiser, intend-, to apply for a
special t.mber licence over the followluw described lands: C-ommcndng at a post planted
about fi mile* up Stevens creek ruuniug Into the
east lid* of Cariboo lake marktd "A. K. hvan's
southwest coruer post," thence north 80 chain*,
theuee cast 80 chairs, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 040 acrea, more or It-sa
Dated May 10th. 1W., At.iii.-n B. Kvanc
by hla agi-nt F. C. Manning.
Notice Is hereby given that thirty days after
dale 1 Intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief Commlaaloner of Lauds and Work* fur a special 11-
ceucv lo cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands iu West Kooteuay
district: romuieucing al a post planted on the
north t-i'tit. of 'Ien MVlc creek, about one mile
and a half from HI.wan lake, marktd B. II 1'Itta'
northwest corner post, thence east 100 chains,
theuee soutb 40 cbalna, thence west 160 chains,
thence uorth 40 chain* to place of commencement.
Dated this J-tl. day of June, 1907.
H. H. Pitts, Locator,
A. W. MfBii>, Agent
Notice is hereby given tbat thirty days afte*
date I Intend to apply tu the Honorable
Chief Comintasloncr of Lauds and Works at
Victoria, B.C., for a apeclal license to cut and
carry away timber from the foUowlug described
lauds in West Kootenav district: Commencing
at a inist planted on ihe west bank of Smelter
creek, about one mile south of the City of Nelson,
thenee eouth 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chaina, theuee easl 80 chains to
place of commencement.
Dated this llth day of Juue, 1907.
-   C. C. Clare, Locator.
D. Bcorn, Agent.
Nelson I-and Dietrlet. District of West Kootenay
Take notice thai John i'hllbert, of Nelson,
Brllish Columbia, saloon keep- r, Intends to
apply for a special timber llceme over the following described lands: Commencing at a poit
Hun vi) nt.out three milci up the first rlffht
hand branch of I-osl creek and about live miles
distance and lu a southeasterly direction from
Ho-junction of **!���! Lost creek and the south
fork of Salmon nver iu the Nelson land district,
thence north 80 chains, tbence east 80 chains,
thence sonth HO chains, thence west 8u chains to
point of commencement, and containing M0
acres, more or less.
Dated June llfili 1907. John I'hii.iiicrt.
Nelson Uud District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that John Phllbert, of Nelson,
Btltlsh Columbia, saloon Keeper, intends to
apply fur a special timber license over the following described lauds: Commencing at n poit
planted ou the north side of Lost crock about
six miles dlstaut nnd In nn easterly d I recti ui
from tbe Junction of Lost creek and the south
fork of Halmon river lu lhe Nelsou land district,
thcucc west 80 chains, thence louth 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence uorth 80 chains
to poln. of commencement, and containing 040
acres, more or leu.
Dated June 12th, 1907. Johw Philubbt.
Nelson Land Dl��trlct. Dlitrlct of Weit Kootenay
Take notice that John I'hllbert, of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon keeper, intends to
apply for a special timber license over the following described lauds: Commencing at a poat
planted on the north side of Ixist creek about
four mllci distant nnd lu an easterly direction
from i lit Junction of said Lost creek and the
���outh fork of HiiliiiMti river tn thcNolton land district thence wcst80cha1us, l hence south Ho chain*
thence cast 80 chains, thence nor'h 80 chains to
point ol commencement, nnd containing 040
ucres, more or less.
Dated June 12th, 1907, John   I'iiii.rkkt.
Nelson Lnml District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice thnt John I'hllbert, of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon kocper, intends to
apply lor n apeclal timber license uver tho following doneTllied uinds: Commeucing at a post
���bout one nnd one-half miles up the fir .1 right
l��mi<l branch of Lost crock, nnd about four miles
distant.nid in a southeasterly direction from the
junction of bald l.o.st a cck and the south fork of
Halmon river In tho Nelson land district, thenco
north ttoehnliis, Iheuce east HU chains, thence
south HO chains. Ihenee wesl to chains to point
of commencement aud contnlniug 040 acres,
more or less.
Dnted June 1'ith, 1007. John i'hii.iikhi
Nelson Und District. Dlstrictof West Kootenay
Take notice that inhii Filbert, of Nelson,
British Columbia, saloon keeper, intends to
apply for n special timber license nvnr the following dem-nlied IhihIh: Commencing at a post
?il.mtid about two miles up the right band
.ranch ol l.osi rn ck mid about four miles distant and Hi n southeasterly direction from the
junction o[ said l.o-dcreek and tho south fork
of Halmon river In the Nelson land dlatrlet,
thonce south 80 chains, thence cast ho chalm,
thenco uorth 80 chains, i hence west 80 chains te
point of commencement, and eontainlnK 040
acres, more or less.
Daud June 12th, 1007. John I'hii.birt.
Nelsou Laud District. District of West Koo'enay
Take notice that John rh-lhe t of Nelson,
llrltlsh Columbia, saloon keeper. Intends to apply fur 11 specinl timber lieeuee over the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted tin the north sMc of Lust creek nnd
about four miles dislnnt and lu nn eas.crly
direction from thu Juuetlou of said U>st creek
and ihe routh fork of Salmon river In the Nelson land district, thence > ast hu ehnins, thence
south Hu chains, tlience west 80 chains, thenee
north HO chalm to (he point of commencement
and containing 040 acres, more or lcis.
Dated June 12th. 1Wi7. John Fiiii.hvut.
The   Multitude   Who   Fasted   to   Listen
to   New   Truth���Services   in
Nelson Tomorrow.
Tomorrow wljl bo the Seventh Sunday after Trinity, No holy days occur
during the week following. This la the
m.'mmoii of aocial gatberlngH of religious
bodies, garden parties, choir picnics and
Sunday school picnics. Many have already been held and others are announced to take place within the next
fortnight. Their general success Indicates that all the congregations of Nelson are In a healthy, vigorous and very
hopeful   condition.
The gospel for tbe dny Is St. Mark's
account of the feeding of the multitude,
which he estimates at four thousand.
Next to the raising of the dead the
feeding of an army with a small amount
of food Is probably the most Htrlklng and
Nelson I-and Dlitrlct.  Dlstrlet of Weet Kootenay.
Take notice that William Andrew Koss, uf
Ferine. D t'., hotel keeper. Intends to apply for
a siiecial tluipcr licence over the following des
cnbed lands:
No. 1 --Commencing at a poat planted about
three miles north oi the international ooundary
Une, and about eight miles went of the Kootenay
rlver, and about two miles north of the nortn-
wc-t corner of timber licence No. MOOT, thence
north SO chain--, thenoe eaat SO chains, thence
���onth HO chains, thence weat Ml chain* to point
of commencement, and 'xuitaiiilng HID acres,
more or less.
Located 12th Tune V*n.
No, 2.--Commencing at a post planted at the
win iii. aat corner of William A Roes'* No. 1 claim
and about two miles north ot the N. W cornt-r
���ff timber licence Mo 3057, thenee north 80
chain*, thence west 10 chains, thence sooth 80
chains, tbence east A) chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or
Located l'Jlh June, 1907.
No- S ��� Commencing at a post planted near
Bridge creek, about one mile e*��t of the north,
east coruer of William A. Ross's No. 1 claim,
and shout five miles north of the international
boundary line, iheuce north 80 chains, thence
went HO ciialns, thence couth 80 chains, thence
cast 80 chains to the point of commencement,
and containing M'J asrea, more or leaa.
Located Uth June, tw..
No. 4.���Commencing at a post planted near
bridge creek at tne southeast corner of William
A hoss' No 3 claim, thenoe north 80 chain*,
tbence east 80 chains, thenee sonth SO chaina,
tbence west SO chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or leu.
Located Uth June, l'.i/7.
No. V���Commencing at a post planted near
bridge creek, al the *outne����t corner of William
A. Boas' No. 8 claim, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chain*, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to ths point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, mere or leu.
Located Uth June, 1H07.
No. 6���Commencing at a post planted sear
Bridge ereek. at the southeast corner of William
A. hou' No. 8 claim, thence south SO chains,
thence ea*t 80 chains, thence 11-rth 80 chains,
thence west no chaina to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acies, more or lesa.
Located Uth June, 1*�� n.
No. 7.���Commencing at a poat planted about
one mile south of tbe southeast corner of William
A Ross' No & claim and about two miles north
of the International boundary Hue, thence north
m chain*, thence weat 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or leu.
Located the Uth of June, 1907.
No. s,~Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of William A. Sou' No. 7 claim,
thence north SO chains, thenoe east 80 chains,
thenoe soutb 80 chalas, thenee west 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640
acre*, more or leu.
Located the Uth day or June. 1907.
Dated this ���'���tb day of July. 1S07.
William Ani.rsw Koas.
Nelson Land District   District of West Kootenay.
Take notice tbat William Andrew Ross, of
Fernle, H C , hotel keeper, intends to apply for
a special timber licence over the following dea-
crlbed lands:
No. 1.���Commencing at a post planted about
five miles west of tbe Koo'��nay river, on Corn
creek, in the District of West Kootenay, and
being about six miles north of tbe international
boundary line, and about two miles west of tun
ber liceuce No. 6646, thenoe south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence west CO chains to point ot commencement
and containing 6*0 acres, more or leu.
Located 15th June, 1907.
No. 2 ���Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest corner of William A Rom' No, 1 claim,
thence south *0 chains, thence west 90 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
to the point of commencement, and containing
640 acre*, more or lea*.
Located 15th June, 1907.
No. 3 ���Commencing at a post planted about
two mile* west of the northeast corner of Wuhan- Ross' No 2 .iHlm, thence soutl. 80 chaina,
theuee east 80 chains, thence norlh 80 chains,
thence west 80 chain* to the point of commencement, and containing 640 aeres, more or leu.
located 15th June, i9OT,
No. 4.���Commencing at at a post planted at
the north went corner of William A Rou'No. 8
claim, thence norlh 80 chains, thonce west 80
chains thence south 80 ehalni, thence east 80
chain* to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Located 15th June, 1907.
No. 5.���Commencing at a post planted at the
uorthwest coruer of William A. Rou' No 3 claim
tbence south 80 chains, thence went Vi chain...
thence north 80 ch-ilns, tbence east 80 chains to
the point of commencement, and coutainlug 640
acres, more or leu.
Located 15th tunc. U*o7.
No 6.���Commencing at a post planted shout
two jilles wc-t of the northeast cornerof William A. Hon' No 6cUim. thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chain*, tnence north 80 chains,
thenee west 80 chains to the point of commencement, aud containing 640 ��cre-, more or less.
Located 15th June, 1907.
No 7.���Commencing at a post planted at the
northwest cornerof William A.Rou'No.Sclalm,
thence uorth 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence nouth 80 chains, thence west 80 chains te
point of commencement, and containing uio
acrea, more or leu.
Located 16th June, 1W7
No H ���Commencing at a pout planted about
40 chains aoulh of the northwest corner of William A. Rons* No ��� claim, thenee north Wi chaina,
thence west 80 chains, thonce soutb 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point of commencement, aud containing 640 acres, more or leaa.
Located 15th June, 1907.
No 9 --Commeucing at a post planted about 40
chains south of the northwest corner of William
A Boss' No. 6 claim, thence south 80 ehalni,
thence west Ho chains, thenea north 80 ehains,
thence east 80 chains to the polnr of commencement, and containing fiio acres, more or less.
Located 15th June, 1907
No 10 --Commencing at a poat planted about
two mllea west nf the northeast cornej of William A Rosa' No. 9 claim, thence south W chains,
theuco enst HO chains, thence north 80 chains,
tbence west 80 chains to the point of commencement, aud con tn ining 6-in acres, more or leu.
Located 15lh June, 1907.
No. 11,- -Commencing at a post planted about
two miles west of the northeast cornor of William
A Ross1 No. 9 claim, thence north 80 chains,
thence cast HO chains, thence south 80 chains,
theuee west ho cbalna to the point of commencement and containing Mo acres, more or less.
Located 15th Juno, 1907.
No 12 ���Commencing at a post planted about
20 chains south 01 the northwest corner of
William A. H nn' No 10 claim, thence south 80
ehalus, thence wi st 80 chains, thence north HO
chaina, tlience eaat 80 chains to point of commencement und containing 640 nc res, more or leu
Located 15th June, 1907.
* o. 13���Commencing at a post planted about
'JO chain1* south 01 the northwest corner of Wit-
liitm A Ross' No. 10 claim, tnence north 80
chaina, tbence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east80 chains to the point of comC
menccment nnd containing 040 acre* more or leu,'
Dated this 5th day of July, 1W7. *
one of the most familiar of the miracles
of Christ. It deals with very simple matters; the story is not told in exactly the
same terms by all the evangelists, but
there Is perfect agreement as to the
substance of the story, that with only
a few loaveu and fishes Christ fed a
multitude of several thousands. Science
has not yet offered any explanation as
an alternative to a belief In the miracle.
ThoBe whose scientific knowledge precludes the possibility of belief fn miracles, can only deny the story and say
that   the evangelists   were   mistaken.
An Interesting feature of the story
is the character and origin of the
crowd. Christ speaks of them as having been with Him three days with
nothing to eat, and says that "divers
of them came from far." "And he commanded the people to sit down on the
ground." Apparently (he command was
obeyed without question. The people
were not fanatics nor were they idly
curious. They were hungry for religious teaching, obedient to the Teacher,
and ready to follow fasting. And yet
comparatively few of them believed. Of
all the people In the various districts
of Palestine to whom, at various times,
Christ preached His gos|>el, and they
must have numbered in all many thousands, there were only 120 Christians at
the time of the election of St. Matthias
to his bishopric.
The following services are announced
for tomorrow in the churches of Nel
Church of England���St. Saviour**?,
corner ��� Ward and Silica street
Seventh Sunday after Trinity; holy communion, 8 a. m.; morning prayer and
litany, 11 a. m.; Sunday school, 2:30
p. m.; evensong, 7:iI0 p. m. Rev. F. H.
Graham, rector, ,
Roman Catholic���Church of Mary Immaculate, corner of Ward and Mill
streets: Low mass, 8 a. m.; high mass,
10:30 u. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m
Rev. Father Althoff. priest.
Presbyterian church���St. Paul's, cor
ner of Victoria and Kootenay streets:
Morning service, 11 a. m.; Sunday
school, 2:30 p. m : evening service, 7:30
p. m.   Rer. J. T. Ferguson, minister.
Methodist church���Corner Silica and
Josephine streets: Morning service, 11
a. m.; evening service, 7; 30 p. m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. Rev. R N
Powell,  pastor.
Baptist church���Stanley street, near
Mill: Morning service, 11 a. m.; even
Ing service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school,
2:30 p. m. Rev. E. H. Shanks, pastor.
Salvation Army���BnrracKn on Victoria street, west of Josephine: Special services for tomorrow. Knee drill,
9 a. m.; holiness meeting, 11 a. m.; a
praise meeting at 3 p. m.: salvation
meeting at 8 p. in-
Grand Forks Election.
(Special to The Dally Canadian.)
Grand Forks, July 13.���Last evening
Grand Forks was Illuminated with bonfires and fireworks while the brass band
played, to celebrate the election of W.
S. Miller, who was elected alderman in
the East Ward by a majority of one
vote over his opponent, Postmaster
George Hull. Great excitement prevailed and Is is fully expected that
Mayor Hammar and Aldermen McCal
linn and WtHiiHun.i will resign.
Negroes Kill Police.
Pittsburg, July 13.���In attempting to
arrest three negroes who were caught
In the act of forcing an entrance to tbe
Bessemer and I-ake Erie railway station
at East Pittsburg today, ono policeman
was shot dead and another seriously
wounded and will probably die. Thomas
Sullivan, 36 years old, is dead; John
O'Brien. 28 years old. is dying. Thos.
Boland, a negro, has been arrested.
Corporation of the City of Trail.
Application* will be rereired by the under-
*igned for the poeltlont of city clerk, aiacMOr,
andchlel of police (combined), of Trail, or application* will he received lor aaieaaor and city
clerk only, and chief of police only. Applicants
to ttate age and experience. All applications
muit be In before the 'J7ih instant,
City  Clerk.  Asaeuor,   Collector.   Inspector of
Health and Premises. Inspector of Llcenves,
PrOTincUl Constable, Chief of Police, etc.
Nelson tand District.  District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Kvan McClelland Fraaer, of
Pernio, B C , clerk, lntendi toapply for a special
licence   over   the   following    described   lands:
Commencing at a poat planted about seven
miles west of the Kootenay river, and about one
mile nor'h of the international boundary line,
and about one and a quarter north-easterly from
the north-east corner of Umber licence No. 80A7.
tbeuee south 80 ehnins. thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 ehaius, thence east HO chains to
point of commencement, and coutainlug Mo
acres, more or less.
Located Uth , of June, 1M7.
KVAIt MVCi.ku.a.n Frahek.
Dated this 8th of July, IWI.
Ncltou Land District.  District ot West Kootenay.
Take notice that William Andrew Koss, of
Ferule, B C, hotel keeper. Intends to apply tor a
special timber licence over the following described landa:
No. 1.���Commencing at a pout plauted al>out
80 chains east af the uortbeast corner of timber
licence No- 8071, and about 80 chains north of the
northern boundary of timber licence No. H.7*..-.
and aoout 12 miles west of Iho Kootenav river,
and about two and a half miles north of Iho,International bounrtary line, in the District of
West Kootenay, theuee south 80 chains, thenre
we��t 80 ehains, thunce north 80 chains, thence
oast 80 chains to the point of commencement,
containing f40 acre*, more or leas.
Located Uth June, IJ07.
No. 3.���Commencing al a po.it planted aljhc
northeast corner of Will lam A. Ross's No. 1 clsim
an<l about one mile north of the northern boundary of timber licence No. 8072, thence south so
chains, thence east 80 chOns, tbence north 80
chains, tbence west 80 chains to tho point of
commencement, and contains 6*�� *cre*, more or
Located 14th of June, 1W7.
William akiirew Rom.
Dated this 5th of Ju'y, lKff.	
Notice Is hereby given that 60 day* after date I
Intend to apply to the lion. Chief Commissioner
of Lands and * orks for permission to pun hssa
the following described lands, situated In West
Koolenay district: Commencing at a pott murked by name as initial post of the Houth lork
branch, one hundred feet from the Junction of
Lost creek with ihe south fork; thenoe otic-
quarter mile to the northwest corner post, thenea
one mile to the northeait corner post, thence
onc-quarte*- mile to tho southeast corner post,
thence ono mile to the pi -ce of commencement-
June ST7, 1907. Located by Wm   Connolly.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nelson. B. O.
Lighted bj Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
lAtrfe aod (.'otofortable Bedrooms and First-
clsasDlulnz; Room.   Hull Rooms tor Commercial   Man.
MRS.  I.  C.CI.ARKK.   Proprietress
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 conts upward. The
dining room is unexcelled in the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. EBICKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court House
and Postoffice. Nelson. B. C.
Ttemont House
European and American Plan
Meals 36 eta.   Rooms from * cts. to fl.
Only White Halp Umployed.
Baker St.. Nelaon Proprietor!
Bartlett   House
Best DolUr-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar is the floeat.
White Help Only Employed.
Joaephlne Ht.
Nelson. B. C.
Royal Hotel
Rates |1 and $1.60 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarder*.
Most comlortable quarters In Nelson"
Only the bee-, of Liquor, and clears.
A* McDonald & Co*
Dealers in staple and fancy Grocariea
Batter, Eggs.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.
Notice to Delinquent Co Owner.
To Charles Q. Simpson, or any other person
to whom he may hare translored his Interest In
tbe "May Blossom" mfnertl claim, situated on
Brown Mountain, two and a hall milea south-
we*t of Vinl-. in the Nelson Mining Division, of
West Kootenay District, and recorded in the
Recorder's i fflce, for the Nelion Division.
You abd each of yon are hereby notified that
I have expended two hundred and five dollars
(206.0*01 in labour abd Improvements upon tbe
above mineral claim In order to hold the same
under the provisions o( the Mineral Act. and If
within nlnetv davs from the d-ste of thla notice
you fall or refuse to contribute your portion of
the expenditure, (which ll one hundred and two
fifty dollars (RttM lor the two years ending
8th May. 1907,) together with alt costs of adver
tisluK, vour Interest in the said claim will become the property of tbe undersigned under
Sec. 4 of an Act entitled: "An Act to Amend the
Mineral Act, 11W0."
Dated at Ymlr, B. C . 16th May, 1907.
Notice Is hereby given that tbe WatUburg
Lumber company baa applied to His Honor the
Lieutenant (iovernor In council, under the provisions of the "Klvers and ���Stream* Act," for the
right to Improve Kykerl^ creek. In the district of
West Kootenny. British Columbia, by removing
the obstructions therefrom and straightening
the banks thereof, and to construct dams, booms,
slides and chutes, aud makeiuch other improvement" as may tv necessary for the driving and
rafting of loss and the Hunting of timber thereon
The lands to he affected are goverment lands and
Lots 251 and 252, Group 1, Kootenay district, and
tbe tolls that are proposed to be charged, if any,
are such as ninv u- fixed by a ]udg ..��������! the county
court of West Kootenay.
Dated this 27th dayof March, A, I>. 1907.
In the matter of an application lor the Issue of
a duplicate of the t-ertlllcate of Title tor Lots
16 and 17, Blnck 26, Town of Nelaon.
Notice is l . *>y given that tt is my intention
to issne at the expiration of one month after the
flrta publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for the above l^ota In the name of
Frances a Day. which Certificate is dated the
litth Hf|itcmber, l*w��, and numbered StfOK.
laHtul Kcgiftry office, Nelson, B.C., 15th Jun*,
19U7.                                                H. P. MacLKOD,
 Dtsiri -t Keatmrwt
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frtsit,
Fuel A Poultry Co., Ltd.
N. E. cor. Baker   and   Ward   St*.
We have tltoo of the K, W, C. block rooms,
Suitable for Offices, Vacant
Apply at once,
Brydges* Blakemore & Cameron* Ltd*
3 Improved Ranches Fot Sale
On Kootenay Outlet, between Nelson and
Procter.   Choice locations.   For particulars
Choice Fruit
I Have 10,000 Acres
of the
Choicest Froit Lands in
British Columbia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
Nelson, B. C.
We Have For Sale One of the Prettiest Homes hi
i, ii-*���M      I IH���laaaaaaaaaa lla-il     mi aaa���a���ss������a-aaaa*���������-a..**.���aa*.���***��^a,a^ali����a*��*�����*a
Nelson, Sttoated in Fairview, Clote to the Car Line
Large 7-room house. Stone foundation and firat-claaa cellar. Complete water *y*t*m. 10 lot* under cultivation and planted in large, bearing fruit tree*.   Thi* I* a anap.   For particular* apply to
Something for tho practical man.
Juat investigate!���That is All we
ask of you; and you owe that much
to youreelf.
Kootenay Orchard
Summer Excursion
.... Rates East
on-   1600   acres,   south   of  Burton   city,
for sale.    Apply to
The M. & W. Land Co., Limited,
A. M. Can. Sec. O. E.
Mining WorK a Specialty.
Office:  Bealey Building.    P. O. Box 434
Baker St, NELSON.  B. C.
To Winnipeg $46*20
To Port Arthur. St. Paul,
Duluth, Sioux City
Chicago S64.00 Montreal tM-OO
Toronto 978.50 St. John SS4.00
St. Louie t60.00 Ottawa  W2.55
New York 1100.00 Boston 98530
Halifax J101.80
On Sale July 3. 4, 5.   August 8, 9, 10.
September If. 12, 13.
First Class Rotmd Trip, 90
Days Limit.
Corresponding reductions from all
Kootenay points. Tickets available for
lake route Including meals and berths
on lake steamer*. Through ratea quoted
to any station In Ontario. Quebec or
Maritime provinces on application.
A.<;.P. A..V.IU-OUV1T. D. P.A.. N.Isod
AND IN THE MATTER OF the plan of
the Towneite of Robson, part of Lot
Three Hundred and One (301,)
Group One (1.) Kootenay, of racori*
in th* Land Regiatry Office at Nelaon aa "(26."
F. C. GREEN       F. T. BURDEN        A. H. GREEN
Civil Engineers. Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
F. 0. Bex 145   Rune 241 B.
Taku n ni ice tbat on the toth day ol J uly, A. I >.
tlitn. at the hour ol 10:30 o'cloek la the foreooou,
at the Court Houso lu the nltyof Nelson. In the
Province ol British Columbia, application will
be made to the Juoro ot the County Court ol
West Kootenay, by the Columbia anil Kootenay
Railway and Navigation Company lor aa order
tbat tho plsn of the said Townslte ol Robeou, of
record at Nalaon. In tha Province of British
Columbia, as "6 II" be cancelled, and that lb*
applicant may enjoy the lands comprised with-
In the said. Town Bite free from aay easements
or right* of any person to open any Und or
lanes, itrcet or streets, square ar sqnaf**, park
or parks across, within or ttpoa aald lands.
Dated at tbe city of Nelson, In th* ITovlnce of
Hritlsh Columbia. thUTIth day of Juue, A 1) ,
Agents for Loufhead. Bennett. Allison. Taylor
A HcLaws.   Solicitors and agents lor th*
Columbia A Kootenay Railway A Navigation Company, applicant*.
������ ���
The Daily Canadian
Do  You   Know  Wliat Thl�� Is    ���
H Is the Royal Standard Bytag over at my camp. With a good, ordinal v pair of eyes 11 is plainly visible, ir you cannot sue it com,, down
to  my office  and   get   lined  with   proper glasses.
$15   to   $60.00.
Watchmaker and Optician
|Our Stock is Complete*
J Here are two Soap Specials:
',25   31b.   BARS   HOMESTEAD   $4.50.
*12 BARS GOLDEN  WEST for $2.75
.This store will be OlOSOd  Kvpry Tharaday  X
.      AltcrniKJii In June, July nu<l AuijUBt       a.
��� >���������������������������������������������������������������������������
PRUNlNa ANH tlRAFTINO carefully attend
to. Apply
Hilvi-r Klne Hotel.
Old Curiosity Shop
If yon want to buy or sell anything,
BO 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.
r^drock Prices.
Easy Terms.
Ha E, Croadsdaile & S
Next Door to Hank of Commerce.
All Kinds of Heatiug  Plants In  Stock.
Victoria 8t., Nr. Opera House.      Tel. 181.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will liud it to thou advantage to use onr Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
General Job Work, Chimney Sweep.
Ing, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean.
Ing Stoves, etc.
111 Eat Baker SL Phone No. A1H
It manufacture)  from   UM fliiuii   toblGOO. *iu-
rlpened *u<i dew sweetened.     It'* mlM, full-
flavored and i-ool.   A tobacco you
1.  -.- lit to try.
Tobacconist   Baker Street.
Socialist Party meets every Fr.dav
evening at s i> m . in me Miners' Union Hall
All tin- invited; miv ntif allowed ti> take part in
the lUl'Ctcs.   "1. Austin. Secretary.
Patronized by Earl Grey and Nobility
Hotel Strathcona
hat Located Hotel in Nelson
Apartment! Klesaiu.    Cuisine Choicest
Civility Hint Cic-iuiliness.
Suiiervisc.l by proprietor and wife.
h. A. Walker, Chicago: M. Hand.
Pincher Creek; J. C. Dufrespe, Blue
Hell Mine; It. H. Ley und wife, Victoria: C. Henderson. Toronto; G. Brougli-
ton and wife. Prescott; R. A. liain-
bridge, Vancouver.
Cor. Varnon   sand IVard Street*,
m ci-mi >.>���. it. <***-..
P. A. Doig, Toronto: J. Barclay,
Greenwood; J. G. Dutrock, Gait; G. B.
Harding. Winnipeg; W. S. Blytli. Ottawa; T. McFadden and wife. Miss J.
Ewart, M. Kwart. J. ESwart, Miss M.
Mitchell, R. Mitchell. Medicine Hut; L.
Pi ait. W. F. McClurg. A. Palmer. Sandon; .1. S. Gnnn, F. Farran. Vancouver;
\V. B. Tomilton, Winnipeg; W. A. Mor-
l-is, Montreal; C. II. Hamilton. Rossland; E. li. Stevens, Midway; .1. P. Peacock, Victoria; M R. Hlggins, San Francisco; M. M. Stephens, A. Stranchan.
Phoenix: W. O. Stevenson, Koch's Siding; D. A. Charleton, Trail; E. J, Man-
che,  Seattle;   J.   Finlay,  Rossland.
,1. S. Afliick, Brandon;   Mis. Addison,
Alberta; C. li. Trotter and wife, Toronto;  T. W. Gllroy. Medicine Hat.
.1. AlklnB, J. Smith. 9. \V. P.aker, Win-
law; C. .lensen, 4ll.Creek; J. Nicholson,
Beasley; T. Wright. Queen Victoria; T.
Davis, Marysville; W. Kingsley, Slam-
F. Kennedy,  Koch  Siding;   W.
gomery,    C.   Deill,    Cranbrook;
Hunt,   Kitcliener;   .1.  Halfpenny;
Wakefield   and   wife,   Revclstoki
W. .Moore and family, Kaslo; J.
G.   A.
E.  O.
;   Mrs.
and wife. Greenwood; A. Clark. Harrop;
H.  Shelitoe. Salmo.
w. .lonk, Blooan Junction;  J. Craig,
Winnipeg;    Miss   A.   Johnston,     New
York;   F. B, Clements.  Victoria;   P.  Solicit,  Spokane;   H   Bosluek,  Cascade.
II   I. Oifflti. G   Anderson. Trail; F. L.
Forster.  Ymir;   R.   While.  Siit.i   King;
S    Miles.   Ymir;   A.   R.  Knawlton.   Lancaster.
50 acres in the Crawford Bay Settlement. A part of the old locations and
one of the best, $6.1.00 per acre. TV r ins
Geo. g. McLaren
Baker St.. Opposite Queen's Hotel.
Piano  and  Singing Lessons
Given  by   Mrs.   Winter   Every  Saturday
Mrs. Winter holda certificate from
Royal Academy for pianoforte playing
and Hinging. Certificate from Trinity
College, London, Kng., for theory of music. Scholarship of the Ixmdon Conaer-
vatolre of Music for Hinging and piano
playing. Address Box 796, Nelson.
I'AIK Of UAItK  BLI'K OOfJGLEH, oil   Pskcr Bt.
Will    fltl'lf-r    I       <-...,���   -. h: ���    -h.  in  Mt   (he  IIii.Ih.ii  n
Buy ��t*r��re hihI rtOtaW I"1 reward.
WOMAN FOROKNFUAI, HOI'HKWORK. Chinaman employed . Mi- K. 8. I ��� n ni< . Hoover Ht.,
MtWMn  ' i    rl   anil 1 p.m.
two I [ft*it . i.a.-i-; KOOMd, ���team heated.
plT li-"'h>-ki-- icr. 3rd flit, K. W. C, block.
On July nth, the wife of Mr. Bofltead
of B  son.
Horn,  on   July   KHh,   to   the  wife   of
Charles  Hun.  Fairview, a  son.
Council  Meeting.
The regular fortnightly meeting of
the city council will be held in the council chamber Monday evening at S
City Treasurer Busy.
Electric light and water rates and license fees are payable by July 15th
by those who wish to save the 10 per
cunt,  discount allowed.
R.   M.   P.
A imal diill of No. 2. Coiupanyk.
11. M. R.. is ordered for next Monday
night. The annual inspection takes
place  on   the   10th.
Social   Next  Week.
The ladies of the altar guild of St.
Saviour's church announce a garden
party Wednesday afternoon and evening
on the grounds of W. Irvine's residence,
Silaca street,  west.
Further   Remand.
Noble, arrested for forging C. H.
Crandon'a name to an order, will serve
2.1 months in Nelson gaol. John Nelson was this morning remanded again
till Monday. Unless he agrees to leave
Nelson he will probably be required to
And sureties for his good behavior foi
a year.
Lawn   Social.
The garden party given yesterday by the ladies ol the Church of
Mary Immaculate was a decided success socially and financially. Rev. Father Althoff and the ladies in charge
desire to convey their very hearty
thanks to the members of the city band
for their kindly gratuitous  services.
Ore Car Wrecked.
Tbe Great Northern Express from
Spokane, due here at 1:55 a. m., arrived about 9:30* a. ra. today The delay
was caused by the wreck of an ore car
yesterday afternoon between Marcus
and Norihport. The car jumped the
track on an incline and then collapsed,
slightly damaging the rails and block
ing the track.
In a New Role.
C. G. Hacking, a number of years ago
editor of the Ferule Free Press, iB in
the city. Mr. Hacking has forsaken
the downtrodden press and is engaged
in the publicity department of the
C. P. R. and at the present time is en
gaged in securing data of the Kootenay
regarding big game for the benefit of
Baptist Services.
At the Baptist church tomorrow
morning. Pastor Shanks will preach on
"The Reward of Obedience"; in the evening Dr. A. P. McDermaid. piincipal of
Brandon Baptist college, will preach
and there will be an illustrated song
service. The Baptist Bible school meets
in the morning at if:45 instead of in the
The Glorious Uncertainty.
Yesterday a well-known hotel proprietor invited a few friends to go for a
launch ride in his boat, which has always had a name above reproach. He
intimated to his friends, with pride,
that his boat had not gone back on him
at all. In fact, said he, "I've got the
best boat on the lake, everything considered." The Journey up the lake was
a pleasure, hut In turning, something
went wrong. The machinery stopped
and a wind came up which made matters worse. The owner said nothing but
opend a valve which caused the engine
to cough two or three times} and then
quit. Several other valves, screws ami
taps were moved this way, that way,
all ways, but the engine just refused to
budge. Hy the time he had stripped
down to work, his vis tors had
taken the oars (which he had never
stated his reason for carrying) and
were steadily pulling homeward. After
rowing for an hour or so with the city
wharf plainly In sight, someone asked
about the gaaollne. "l*otB of gasoline,"
"Why doesn't it work then?" "Can't
get the gasoline to come to the va[ior-
izer." On>* of the rowers, who was plainly in a state of exhaustion, asked for relief. The owner gave one more despairing yank���and the launch started.
The Store of Quality
$2.00 per Crate
Fresh In every morning. An
excellent chance to get your
preserving fruit at a moderate
Rob. M. Hood & Co.
K   W. C   Block  . Phone  10.
We have the incest
assortment of
in town.
25c per lb.
C. A. Benedict
Comer Silica and Josephine Sts.
White China
For  Decorating
Fry's Colors
Plant's Gold
W. G. Thomson
WZfSSiF "d  Nelson, B. C.
Phone 3-4.
Miss Ella Walley is the guest of her
aunt, Mrs. J. NV. Holmes.
Louis Pratt, mapager of the Last
Chance mine at Sandon, is at the Hume.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Walley have left
for a vacation  trip to tho Coast.
Mrs. Dr. Hose left this morning for a
three months' visit to her old home at
Charlottetown,  P. E. 1.
Miss Brans, matron of the Kootenay
Lake general Hospital, has returned
from un extended trip to Eastern Canada on leave.
It. A. Uainbridge, former resident engineer of the C. P. K. in K.oot,��ony, ar
lived from **����� cx��ftst last night and is
at the Strathcona.
Mrs. G. M. Annable and children.
Moose Jaw, are visiting the family of
J. K. Annable. They will be here for
a few weeks and then visit the Coast
Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Ley arrived from
Victoria last night and are at the
Strathcona. They will remain in Nelson for a week before taking up their
residence at the  lllue  Bell  mine.
Band  Concert.
The usual weekly band concert will
be given at the city park tomorrow
afternoon, beginning at  2:30.
For Winnipeg  Exhibit.
Jaa. Johnstone, T. G. Procter nnd J.
McPhee have contributed fruit, H. Selous and Mrs. M S. Davy a flowers, and
Mrs. Watson fruit and flowers, in !>���-
forwarded to Winnipeg.
Odd  Fellows'   Decoration.
Tomorrow evening at 6: IB the m<m
hers of Kootenay !.<idg��\ I. O. O. F., No.
16, visiting member! and members of
the Itebekas lodge, will meet In their
lodgerooms and march to the cemtery.
where they will decorate the graveH of
deceased   brel hreri.
For Sale
���*  ,
50 ft. Lot and Cabin on Mill St., $275.00
16 ft. Lot* on  Innis St. for $450.00
6% Acre* within mil* of centre
of City, suitable for market
uarden.    Terms  given
160 Acres on Kootenay river,
good springs, first class railway   service $3,000
Real   Estate   and   General   Agent.
West Baker Street. NELSON. B. C.
Brand New Art Bell Piano
John T. Pierre, Baker St.
WtiulcMHlu mid   Ki'Ull Dealer! In
Fresh and Salted Meats
CiunpH supplied on shortest notice and
l0W8lt price. Nothing font  fr-osh and
w holMOUia meats nnd nnpples kept in stock
Mall orders receive carefnl attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager*
Is Pemow/ied
Its Business Energy
3 to Consider
24    LOTS,    an   excellent   block.     $500.
Easy  terms.
5 ROOM   HOUSE.   Hoover   St.,   splendid
garden, fruit trees, etc. $1,500; one
half cash, balance $15 per month,
6  per cent.
6 ROOM  HOUSE, verandah, garden, one
and a half blocks from car line.
$8 50;  $375 cash, balance easy.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
KODAKS And AH Accessories]
��� (Fresh Stock Twice a Week)
This is the season for taking photos of
Kooteuays unrivalled scenery.
TOURISTS,   We can supply you with
anything in  the  Kodak  line.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER  and   WARD. Phone  81
For  a Stylish  Suit
Built lo Fit tli.' 1'iKiin- nod   Beep ll�� Bhapa  Not Only the First
Wwk   Yon   Wear  It,   Hut   All  tin' Timo       (let   It   Mjuifi by
TATLOBoz  Mcl��j[ aiiuik   tin.  BaHaMa Teflon, of Kootunny.
Absolute   satisfaction   guaranteed    or   money   refunded.
High Class Tailors, Baker St., Nelson, B. C.
��� N'T    "�����     **<*1
\ir* ii- fnrTruMOtt i.t'm. >...>*
ami Peiarbora t'��ni��ep.
Kinent Lot of   Hoatn in B Q.
Foot Ot Jonopiiiac St.       Tel. AIM
Baki-r SrtWBTi NBLssBON*
Endeavorer*   in   Session.
Seattle. July n.���With a dlaplay of
������nthusiasm fully as keen an on the op
eniDK day the delegates to tho International Chiiutlan Endeavor convention began the fourth day of their meeting thin
morning Prominent among the scheduled Hpeukcra of lhe day were Uev. Ira
l.andrlth of Nashville, Tenn , Kev Kd
Win lieyl Delk of Philadelphia. Kev.
Alexander Fnmcla of St. Ifc-tnislmrg.
ItiiBsln. and William Phillip* Hall, presl
dent of the American lllhle League A
number or prominent divines who are
anion gthe visitors will occupy the pub
pits  of the local   churches  loniortow.
Died of Apoplexy.
Tracndle. N. II., July 13���John Young.
M. P. P., of tJloucester county, was
stricken with apoplexy OiIh morning and
died hair an bout later. He hns been a
member of the legislature since \n<j'J
and a supporter of the government.
Wholeanw  Provlalona,
Produce, - fruit.
< Joveriiiiinnt Creamery One Pound BneZa recelYed weekly fr**b BKan lbs
churn.    For attic by all leading
offlcc and warehouse : Houston Ktorta,    Phon* TO.
Josephine Street. Nelaon, B. C.     <
Spring iaS Here
We have prepared for this season by passing  into rtock all tht*
requisites for the rancher, gardener or householder.   Spades, 1
Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Spading Koiks, Tree Pruners,
Tree Sprayers, Small Garden Tools, Etc.
Prompt attantlon  paid  to   lett*r  order*.
Climber*   Killed.
(irenoble. France, July 13.���Two mem
her*   ol   tbe   Italian   Alpine   Club   lost
their liv.-s   while on  a  mountaln-elimh
Ing expedition.    They fell over a prod
pice    I.2IMI   f,.,.|    high   en    MOWl    .Mljepol-
vux. Their liodlcs were horribly crushed
and could not be recognized.
Opening Day at Winnipag.
Winnipeg, .Inly 13.���The mutual Winnipeg .xlilblllon opened today with the
greatest display of live stock, purlieu
larly high-bred horses, ever seen In
Weatarn Ciuindii. The exhlblilon will
r-ontlnuc through lhe whole of next
Main   Repalerd.
The repairs to Ihe main on Mill
street between Cedar anil llendryx authorized by ihe city council, were completed yesterday. The water wbh cut
off. afler due notice., yesterdny at 8
a. m., and restored at it p. m. The residents depending on that portion of the
system were gratified al the prompt,
ness of the completion of the work.
1        JARS
Half Gallon Jars $1.75
Quart Jars - $1.50
Pint Jars   -   -   $1.25
J* A. ffiVWG & CO*
Telephone 161.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware]
^  Company, Limited.
R. W.  HINTON ���
ZtaspnlrlMat ...14I .l.>hhl���*> asacutad with llaannlch.    t*-ri��4at Ma*"1
Work, iMIolog    Mill  Mii4.lilii��r.v.      Mm.ulacturara <>'
__  _. ry���     ������ 	
Or*   I*:...-..,   n.   M.    Cuntractora'   Ci.ra.
NELSON,    B. C.
Tslrphon-" V
P.O. Bol I*1  ,
AND DEALERS IN    Lttfllbei. f   SlljlllglCS*
Lath, iYloulUii-iK**, Doors, Window*
Turnad Work nnd Braeketa. Hail Orders promptly attend*1��
VltttlNOlN NTHI'.III     -
INI '.!.*��< )1N.  I��.  O.
fr \
Galvanised Iron
Our facilities for turning out (Inniinlzed Iron Work of every
description are unequalled In the Kootenay*.
Eve Troughs, Conductor Pipes, Smoke
Stacks and Furnace Work. etc.
Wood-Vallai.ee Hardware Co., Limited
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