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IVOU'MK  2.     NO.   85
Fh��tt Cents a Month
Iborden replies
Ijleswortli's Innuendo is
iccusition if Corrup.ion   Thrown
Back���Rumors  Met  by
Written Evidence.
pe,erl  Se|H    U     ���*���     ���*     "ordon
|,uk.. ut Pcterboro  last   night  mid  re-
[vdiu Hon A H AylMwortlVi address
fundus Saturda)     Mr. imrden mild.
|ii. 11 Mr   Ayteaworth    l��   repoftad
Indulged   In   certain   ctiara.-t.ris
..!.,!, in. in-  reapeotlas     myself
,;.   toid ih��   people Unit some
I told  him that some  one  else
[wild rciv,- evidence   which   would  .lis
���,. for eight years from holdim;
rjMU Id psrllamenL
���It u to tin- dlKradtt of Canada that
. bavaj a iniiilstir of Justice bo r.-i-k
at and lrre.pon.lbla   and   we   indict
1 snd Ins friend, not uiion gossip or
but   ilium   public    records   and
re nsiliiioiiy      Lot   him   bring   on
��� ��� ied . rtdenee and he will liml
- rtarly to i I II and at any time he
la HI u! .1 an*  plana.
Toll.,  my opponent. I  have  narsr
a alrald   to   lace   a   pcllllon   Iliad
I wont al  nr.-ut Inconv. n-
tt to Hnlilnx  during  tho session of
Jtted   iiiys.-lf     for   exainliiu-
1 try tin    netltloner'.    counsel, and
(voiding Ur.  evil example of the minis
er uf iinanr.', an.wered rvery queetlon
jut in in.    Later on  i  sunandad  Uu
rial ati.l when  counee]   for   the   peti-
ioni-r r.-fii>..l  tu   proceed   with   It   and
Hied the point that  the court had no
lirlsdlctlrin. 1   protested     against    any
ni  and   .li-niiuided   to  have
a-ti.l.-ii.-.-  heard   and   the   case  dls-
tosed of.
M la sal In i.n, tinns to my oounael
(elore 1 left Halifax on August 21st
in. were thai no evtdenoa affa-ctiiiK main till! iietltlon could lie Riven unless
.W. pel nr.-.1 and that 1 could, and
hat I would, r.iiirn to lli.llf.ix. whan
Inr required In cane any atuii . vld.-n.-.-
*���- ri.-il
i r.-in. inii.-r wbai wns attempted in
s'U'.h Oxturii against Donald Slither
M and I raallted what ml.ht be at
fnipted In Halifax against myself by
'tans of hiiiue uiiseriiiuiliiiis paraon
���esirims of MCUling a ra'wmd of an up
TolntiDfrn to a public olllee as a girt nl
(his poverniiu-ui."
or  mora.
.aaporta of Montreul,
John ami iiaiifux.
enemy Cunuda would have un obvious
reply; (ha mlKlit send bar exports to
New York for shipment. Two difllciil-
tles would offer themselves for solution. First, the Americans do not own
ships enough to bundle their own exports to llrltaln, let alone those of Canada. In addition. Hrltlsh ship owners
might, and probably would, transfer
Chair ships to thu American IIbk, If
American law would permit such a
tiaiiMaotU.ii; if It did mil, soma other
na-iitrnl Hag would serve. The alitficiilty
would I... that International law would
justly the enemy In ret lni ig to recognize the transfer aa genuine, au.l In
regarding ships so transl.- red iis still
open to cupture. Sa.cu, ��� ih.. ..ni my
might declare food run .-i.rinj. thus
empowering bis warships **- confiscate
all foodstuffs .nipped Int^t llrlta'n.
���ven   If  en!rusted   to   licit
Va'S'lt Is.
Precedent, fur such a .tap a* "*, in actual fact, however, lhe pow "*g will, h
was fighting Britain probably v \i& be
s,. anxious lo keep on good tern -' vlth
the Cnlted Slates thnl It would i '.In
rrom oxa-rclslng Us full rights uni rj-
ternu.lonul law, and Ihe result v I
be a huge trade from New York ..il
otli. r Atnerlcun ports, not only ln American, but iilso In Canadian product..
This means that Ontario und Western
Cana la would be able lo sell their pro-
duels In Kriglritnl much as in peace
times. freight rules would be much
higher laecause of the longer land haul
und of the lessened competition, especially on the ocean; this would be offset to some extent by higher prices In
Britain. Hut what of our four Oanad-
dian ports" The stream uf our trade
would once more be sent southwards.
Montreal, tjuebec, St. John, nnd Iiaiifux wou'd be deserted. Especially
would the two great |iorts of the province of Quebec be ruined. Canada
wesl of the Ottawa has a stake In the
si'curlty of the high seas far Htnaller
than that of the  four eastern  provinces.
Tha�� ndoptlon of a Bystem of coastal
defence would greatly lessen the danger. Torpedo Manillas placed at the
s.j-iilts lending Into the Quit of St.
l.awia-nca.. ut th.. mouth of the Bay of
Funily. nnal off Halifax would keep the
raiders fur nut in the ocean, where our
merchant ships would he bard to find,
anil away from the narrow waters
Where the** i-onld a-aslly he caught. Such
a maagilia would render absolutely snfe
Hie 800 miles out of the MOO which
inula.r present conalltions might be the
most dangerous. So far from being
tiieiiui-.-d liv a scheme of coastal defence.
Quebec Is particularly interested in its
adoption. Th e coastal torpeao flaittlla
which would render this national service could  and should he as absolutely
under Canadian control as is the existing land mllitln���Toronto News.
Epidemic of Infantile Paralyai. In New
York at it. Height���Still a
I i!i,
Ev��r, Proposal   for   Military   or   Naval
Preparation, for Defence Opposed
By Quebec.
Many public in,n lu Quebec seem to
'Sard any  projecl   o!   cnnstnl   defence
��� ... -nn. .i i,, ii,,. si���.,-iui Intaraau .if
���'' ! Canada As a mutter of fact.
j" Portion, uf .'nun.i;, wiiii-h ur.. ipeol
'���> int.tim.-.1 in my B,���.h sjtep arc
I* " "'"''��� proYlncei of Quebec, New
Pwnwloh und Nova BooUa
Ifcn.iilely,     ,|���
Qaibe'c, si
""' Umpire may- nt any moment be-
[""'" Involved in a maritime war. In
a"> w��r a,r that kin,i tho mem* would
* al"",sl certain to try to Intercept
"���On In .' IsluffH between riinuda
'""1 ureal Britain.    In particular, it our
���wti remain a. unprotected as thoy
'* "re, n few .mall cruisers, instgtil-
'"" mm a military standpoint, could
���w thei omt ���r at. Uwrenoa and the
lii,\'   ���''""'1'V'  '"'   '"'K<''   "lo   nelglilior-
I " tallJlU,  and   ciiich   our   Kblps
,   '."'' **�� ��nlld gel   la. the high sens.
���i.ill,,,, to jeaung lhlH Mow whlch
*'!'   ,<! vory 8uver" they could infllol
��� ���'" ����1 nr annoyanoe on tho prov-
: *"'"" l,"v" ��� ooaai ii..e-.h,��� is,
K��l n   l'"" '""   "��������*"�����   Piwlnoaa,
'..'.. could be raided, cuiisl towns
,��� r"';" tato paying ra,,s������,
 Xrcrr^,ar "
ta* n.av, '"���'.nivenleut   to   de
in.ii.th,, , i ',' """ll'"'"��.  n��d   weeks   or
"I'limi,,g ....!. .l''"""�� ,l,lrln�� wl,"'l' '>'�����'
Bye Elections Are Still
Three Constituencies May Remain
on New Mint.
nnd   vaii-
n Hi,- end
would in
���novo   on   tlio  purl   of  the
New York. Sept. 12���The epidemic of
Infiintlle paralysis is Ihls city Is assuming alarming proportion., according to
the reiHirts of hospital physicians, who
have the disease under observation In
the hope of discovering the germ which
Is supposed to be responsible for the
Infection, There are now under treatment In various hospitals between 300
an.l 400 children who have the disease,
and most of them will be bopeles. crip-
plea for tho rest of llielr HvcB.
Tho hunt for the Infantile paralysis
germ, led by Dr. I P. Terryberry, chief
neiiri.legist of the hospital for ruptured
and crippled, begun si'viral month, ago
when the present epidemic WM In Its
earlier stages und Is still In progress.
But in spite of Uie fact thut several
hundred affllotod children have been ex-
titnlncd by Hie liivestlgntors. the trail
or the paralysis germ Ib blazed no cleat*
er than It was at first. The present epidemic began about the middle of the
summer und bus grown rapidly. Neuro
logisiB say Hint it Is probably at Its
height and that the approach or cooler
weather Will gradually lessen the ravages of tbe disease.
Thu area of the epidemic Includes
part of Pennsylvania und New Jersey
nnd there Is a strong possibility tliat
more distant sections, especially ino
rural ones, ure now being visited by the
Pure Milk Crusade,
l'.nissels, Sept. l2.-Soverul hundred
scientists, medical experts und phllum
thrmilBiB are attending B�� second international milk congress In session
here. Among those who took a prom n
eut part In the opening pioceeiniigs to
day wus Nathan Straus, the well known
Now York philanthropist. The object
01 the congress, as it inline l>��l.����i; '���
to nbollsh by luw or otherwise the eel
log ���f impure mil* to children. It i,
especially desired to bring ubout the
enactment of law. In the varlouj conn-
tries      compel the eradication of tuber-
,,���,���. Settle rrom the dairy herd and
lenulrt. the I'nsteiiri/.atloti nf all mill
SrSTc.a-.no, b,. ce-tllled us free from
germs of disease.
Ottawa, Sept. 12.���Though five con-
stltunencles are vacant writs have been
issued for only two. These nominations
are to take place on the 18th, giving
the shortest possible notice. The seat
for London, which was not occupied
la-l session, and those for Wellington
and Northumberland, vacated during
the sitlitig of the House, wait for a
iuture day. The premier exjiects the
election of his two new ministers and
hopes to Impress the three doubtful
ridings with tu*- record. It will then
be possible to concentrate the work of
tbe machine on those close contests.
It has already been shown how by-
elections may be worked in London
city, aud lt may be that the organization is not yet iu shape fur business
there, since a part of it Is iu exile, and
a laiger portion out on bail, ln former
times Sir Wilfrid lJiurier was accustomed to denounce the practice of holding
by-elections piecemeal und at times
that suited party convenience. Hut no
leuder in Canada or any other country
bus used his power so much as he tc
obtain unfair advuutnge over his opponents und  over  public sentiment.
The revenue return, for August snow
thut Mr. Fielding collected in customs
mure than he did in August last year,
lt Is the boast of the government organ thut a million dollar increase hat-
been recorded In each of live months
uf tills liscal year and that the custom*-.
department is now }5,000,000 ahead oi
thu record. This is a queer boast from
ministers who came Into power pledged
to reduce tuxatlun, and who even lusl
year took in taxes just twice ns much
per head out of the people of Canada
as the Conservative government took
In ISiiti. The minister of customs says
lt is all right because the people are
paying voluntarily since they would not
pay bo much if they bought less. But
any householder knows that his weekly
expenses are larger than formerly, no!
because he buys more goods but be
cause the price Ib higher. The higher
the price the moro duty he pays, lt
tukus a minister at the head of the taxing department to see where the voluntary principle conies in. The peonll
buy goods because they need thuin.
they pay a high price because they can
not gut them cheap, they pay more duty
because the duly is based on the price,
und lhe larger duly they pay makeB the
price still higher. But It niakOB reveniu
and   gives   ministers  occuslon   for vair.
lt is announced that beside, nine of
llclals Imported from England to oper
utu the new mint there will be sixty
live other employees. 11 will cost nearly ��2D,000 a year for Uie lirst nine, and
between fifty and sixty thousund dollar.
a your for the others. When Mr. Fluid
Ing proposudTo establish the ininfliu
promlaed to operate It for ftS.000 a year.
It will cost him more than that for
wages and salaries alone, and this will
be not more than half thu annual charge
Mr. Fielding proposed to build the establishment for *200,000, und one con
tract has been given for $207,000 leaving a great deal of work for others outside of lt. The equipment win cos.
nearly double the estlmuto and the in
terest charge, which the minister es
tluiated at 19,000 will be mote than
twlco that. Heretofore the manufacture
of Canadian coins has cost on an tiv
crane of about ��io,ooo to *i5,ooo. Hereafter the cost will bo about $100,000 u
When the Hon. S. N. Parent, former
premier or Quebec, was retired from
lhat position because his collcuguo:;
were tired of him. und his party concluded that he was getting too much
Mr himself out of lt, Sir Wilfrid Lauiiiii-
went to tho rescue and mudo him chnii
man of tho Transcontinental Railway
Construction Commission, which is to
spend $100,000,000 of Cnnadl.ie money,
lOvun then Mr. Parent did not give up
his other half political turn hulf Iluuuclu
o|ierutions. He remained president of
the Quebec Bridge company, a concern
which wus building and managing an
enterprise for which the Dominion
treasury pays. This great bridge under
construction fell down recently causing Ihe less of four score lives and the
destruction of a million dollars worth
of property. No one knows yet where
the financial loss will fall or what it
will be. But the first thing that Mr.
Parent's company did alter the disaster
was to hold a meeting and vote $'.1,000
indemnity to Mr. Parent, who had received the same amount in other years
in addition, or course, to his $8,000 a
year as G. T. P. commissioner. It Is
kind of Mr. Parent's compuny to vote
this allowance to Mr. Parent out of
Canadian public money nor is it bad to
be in loco parentis. This graceful act at
the particular moment shows a sym-
paihy Ior at least one of the sufferers.
Mr. Borden has reached Ottawa after
a remarkaby successful series of meetings ln Quebec, and begins at once his
Ontario tour. Tbe most exacting Con-
sarvatlve could not fail to be satisfied
with the attendance at these meetings
and their enthusiasm. Everywhere the
leader has been heard with profound attention by immense audiences, and has
dlsucssed frankly the principles laid
down In the Halifax platform. While
the Nova Scotia and New Brunswick
meetings endorsed these doctrines by
strong manifestations of approval, the
French Canadians have not been less
cordial. There Is no doubt that the
government Is losing its hold on the
province where It has been the strongest, and that Sir Wilfrid's personality-
Is no longer sufficient to atone for the
errors and offences of bis administration aud of his colleagues.
Mr. Bourassa's movement, and the ex-
liosures made by a number of independent Liberals, have greatly discredited
the provincial government, which has
been since the fall of the Ross administration the right hand of the ministry at Ottawa. During the last few
days Senator Legrls, a prominent Liberal politician, and Mr. Laflamme, one
'if the leading Liberal jurists of the
province, have joined in the platform
campaign that Mr. Bourassa is carrying
on. These dissentions among the provincial Liberals encourage the people of
the province to give careful attention
to political questions on their merits.
This is what Mr. Borden ask. from
Among other speakers who occupied
the platform with Mr. Borden in Quebec
were Mr. Monk, Mr. Bergeron. Mr. Pope.
Mr. Marechal. and Mr. Ames, and several other effective orators and de-
Lusitania Has Run into
Fog Bank
Absence   of   Seasickness   Due
Smoothness of Motion Described as Man-cllous.
Will   Be   Used  in  Effort  to  Salve  Ship
Wrecked on  Holland Coa.t a
Century  Ago.
pealing the old arguments that the
Kinperor's promise to give Russia a constitutional government has hitherto remained a dead letter, and that the
bureaucrats have even succeeded ln
somewhat abridging the Crown's concessions, and  adding;
"Through a flagrant violation of the
fundamental laws the government, July
10, gave the electoral power into the
hands of a handful of wealthy landlords."
Continuing, the manifesto expresses
confidence that the government's plans
will miscarry, but the fear Is expressed
of the possibility of a temporary governmental Success, hence the Constitutional D, i tocrats appeal to the rich
merchant -, and landlords to resist tho
government's efforts  to ensnare them.
Finally the manifesto announces that
the Constitutional Democrats will continue to advocate an unlimited number
of reforms, including the compulsory
expropriation of land, equal rights for
the Jews, etc.
London, Sept. 12.���The latest Inven
Hon is a submarine for salving wrecks.
und lt will be used in an attempt to
salve H. M. S. Lutlne, which was
wrecked off Terachellulg Island, on the
coast of Holland, In 1799.
"The submarine is fitted with a special internal apparatus," said J. Cat
ner Flood, who will be engaged ln the
work. "It has regulators, by the aid of
which the operator can control the pressure uf air Inside, and so make it the
same as that of the watet*\ The bottom can be opened with perfect Bafety,
and the wreck examined with ease.
"1 huve Just returned from the wreck
und 1 think that we shall be successful
iu our efforts. It ts well marked, and Is
guarded by the locul authorities.
"There ore, naturally, many dlflicul
lies to be overcome, one of the grealeBt
being the continued shifting ot the sand
around the veaaol. At some times the
wreck is completely covered, and then
our work Is iwlcu as hard.
"The Lutlne now Ilea right in the centre of a number of dangerous sandbanks
and some of the operations, which huve
beeu frequent during the laBt century,
have been attended with loss of life.
"It la stated that when the vessel
went down there wus bullion on boanl
lo Ihe value of $2,500,000, but so far
only $500,1.00 hus been recovered, an.l
we are now going to try to recover the
"Unfortunately, the weather handicaps ua considerably, and during the
whole of this year we have not had
one really favorable day. Ab can be
easily imagined, when the sea is rougli
tho work Is very difficult, to carry on..
and on one occasion, when an attempt
was being made with the aid of a divlni,
bell, the  waves almost  overturned It.
"With submarines the danger will bo
removed, but, nevertheless, on a rough
day, the shoals of continually moving
sand Interfere with our work to a great
extent, and prevent our getting at thu
"On one day, for instance, the sand
is all removed from above the wreck,
but by the next It Is frequently covered
up again, aud the work has to be begun all over again.
"The Lutlne now belongs to Lloyd's
and wo have already placed the order
for the building of the neceBsnry apparatus, so that we shall begin salvia:;
operations very shortly 1 think they
will be successful, and that with the
submarine we shall recover all the bullion still remaining In the hold ot tha'
New York, Sept. 12.���Judging from
the latest wireless reports received from
the steamer Lusitanla, flashed from
Sable Island at 11.20 last night and reporting the vessel as 150 miles eaBt of
lhat place, lt looks as If the big I'un-
arder will not reach Sandy Hook until
Friday. There seems to have been a
marked decrease ln the speed of the
steamer yesterday probably due to the
tact that .he ran Into one of the thick
fogs so abundant off the Newfoundland
coast. With clear weather she will
pick up some of the lost time ln the
run to Nantucket, the next point the
liner will be heard from, but this can
only amount to an hour or so at best.
Should she arrive at 7 a. in. Friday, as
new expected, she will have made the
voyage ln almost exactly five days. One
of the remarkable features of the Luslt-
ania's voyage, according to wireless despatches Is the extraordinary Immunity
from sea sickness enjoyed by the passengers. The sea has been quite rough
the past two days, but according to tht
ship's doctor, there were only twenty
mild cases of seasickness among th.
3.000 people on the great vessel. Tin
marvellous smoothness of the salting.
It ia stated, astonished everyone and i-
would almost be possible to play bit
Hards on board.
The Interest ln the advent of tbe
Lusitanla Is indicated by the great mini
ber of messages that are being sent tt,
and from the big steamers. At the office ot the wlreleBS company here lt wat
sald that the amount oi business offer
ed surpassed all previous figures for i,
single ship.
If   fair  weather   prevails   Friday  th.
incoming  of  the   Lulsanta will  be  the
greatest marine ovation ever given to a
steamship.     There  will   be   a   fleet   ol
boatB of all sizes off Sandy Hook which
with the steam pilot boats, will be th.
first to give the liner a welcome off tha
Narrows.    A large crowd of excursion
Ists on the  Iron steamboat Syrua wil!
meet tbe  steamship  and  come up th.
channel and will show her to the pier.
The arrangement,    set    ln   motion  by
Frederick N. Daliel.    president    of tha
Protection   of   Commerce, an   immense
flag will be displayed from tbe tower oi
the   Singer   building  aB   the   Lusitanh.
passes the statute of  liberty and  simultaneously with the welcome fi-om thc
hundreds of whistles, flags from every
flagstaff will signal a welcome.
Want New Modu. Viv.ndi Pending Ref-
e.rence to  Hague.
Gloucester, Mass., Sept. 12���The newra
that negotiations concerning a ernewal
lu a modified form of the modus Vivendi
regulating the conduct of American
flBhermen In Newfoundland waters have
been resumed was received here with
The Gloucester fishermen, however,
wished particularly to know what pro
vlBlon would be made In the new agreement regarding American vessels shipping crewB of Newfoundlanders, one ol'
tho points most disputed at present. Re
gardlng this poln and the use of pnrac
seines, the despatches from London giv..
nu Information.
So far as tho prohibition of Sunday
fishing Is concerned, the Gloucester
skippers have no objection to that provision In the new agreement. Last year
a protest was made by Ihe Bay in
Islands fishermen against the American
vessels fishing on Sunday. A confercm-
was held on hoard tho British warship
Brilliant, and was attended by repn ���
sentutiveB of the American and Bay ol
Island BklpperB. At thlB conference th.'
Americans agreed to refrain from Ashing on Sunday.
Welland, Sept. 12.���The discovery of
a stick of dynamite ln a hill of potatoes
by Mr. Beverly Holcomb. of North Pel-
ham, a member of Pelham Township
council, has created a sensation ln that
township. Mr. Holcomb, who is a young
and popular farmer, owned a fine field
of potatoes, and he took a neighbor to
the flld to show them to him. On examining one of the hills Mr. Holcomb
found a solid cylindrical object which
he did not recognize. He showed" lt to
his friends, who pronounced it to be
about two-thirds of a stick of dynamite.
No sign remained to explain how it
came to be in such a place. As far as
is known no dynamite was being used
in the locality. An Investigation Is going on.
St. John, Sept. 12.���An infernal machine, made out of a child's pencil box
with sliding cover, was handed to
Joseph Taylor, a stage carpenter at the
St. John opera bouse, last night. Taylor,
being suspicious, thurst the parcel into
water, thus averting being badly mangled. The cover slid back, exposing an
elastic band attached to the lid and a
piece of sand paper. The lid snapped
would Ignite three matches, a piece of
cotton wool and a large powder charge.
The parcel bore a stamp, but no postmark, and was handed in by two boys.
A similar machine was delivered here
some years ago and the recipient was
badly injured.
Halifax, Sept. 12.���Hon. Senator Mac-
Keen announces tbat he has resigned
from the directorate of the Dominion
Coal company, advancing the reason
that he thought lt a mistake for the
same men to occupy positions on the
directorate of both companies.
Russian Papers Must Not
Tell of Accident
Imperial Yacht With Czar and Czarina Fast on Submerged Rocks
off Finland Coast.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 12.���No official
announcement has been made here up
to 1.50 o'clock this afternoon regarding
the grounding of the Imperial yacht
"Standart" off Horsco. Finland, yesterday afternoon. The news has been
withheld even from the embassies. No
hint of the accident has been allowed
to reach tbe public and the newspapers
have been forbidden to publish a word
on the subject, under pain of heavy fine
and imprisonment, as provided for by
the recent drastic order prohibiting the
publication of unofficial news regarding
the Imperial family.
It is stated, however, that the grounding of the yacht on board of which were
Emperor Nicholas and Empress Alexandra, produced a depressing affect on
Captain Stagh, the commander of the
vessel. The Standard Ilea In a most
unfavorable position upon some rocks
which are submerged. News of the disaster was Immediately elepraphed to
the naval authorities, and several war
ships and a salvage ship were hurriedly
- sent to the -rescue.
Halifax, Sept. 12.���Hon. John Anderson, of St. Johns, Newfoundland, who
Is in Sydney, says that the proposal to
bring Into existence what ts known as
the National Bank of Newfoundland has
now taken definite shape, and that the
Institution will be capitalized at $3,000,-
000, divided into 30,000 shares of $100
each. It is proposed to place 10,000
shares on the market at par for distribution among the people of the colony.
Ruaaian Constitutional  Democrats luu*
St. Petersburg, Sept. 12.���It was an
iuiunfi.il today that the prellmlnaiy
elections In Moscow and Tvor Provinces will take place Sept. 15th, and In
thu other provinces soon afterwards.
The Constitutional Democrats l.nv.-
Issued a manifesto setting forth that
party's claims for popular support, re-
Conan     Doyle     and     Other   Detectives
Studying Peculiar Crimea of Supposed   Hypnotized   Subject.
London. Sept. 12.���An arrest was
made ut Wolvt'rhanuiton last night In
connection with the mysterious malm-
inn of cattle. The man arrested Is Hollis
Morgan, aged 25. He ts employed as a
pork butcher. He has not made any
statement up to the present.
The arrest is In connection with the
famous Edaljl case. As far back as
11*02 the neighborhood of Great Wyrley
was shocked by a succession of casts
in which valuable horses and cows were
stabbed, always in the same manuc.,
alwayH dining the night, and always apparently wllh the same instrument. A
series of anonymous letters renulted lu
the arrest of u young lawyer nanu il
Edalji, whose father Is a Church vt
Knglund minister and vicar of Gre.it
Wyrley. He was a Parseo. On circumstantial evidence he was convicted an I
sentenced to seven years' imprisonment
The outrages continued, and after Investigations by Conan Doyle and other.',
he was released. Though he was a
hundred miles irom the scene, a wee!,
ago Wednesday two horses were stabbed In the same tleld wher the previous
maiming took place. On Saturday
morning another horse was stabbed.
Conan Doyle asserted that the man who
w.i-i dotAg tt was a nonomanic. Oik-
iitiui who made a very careful study of
tho CAM advanced the amazing theoiy
that the culprit is "a controlled ape"
acting under hypnotic influence
somebody In Hlrmlngham.
Great Northern'. Oriental Limited Robbed by Two Masked Men Thie
St. Paul, Sept. 12.���General Manager
Elliott of tbe Great Northern Express
company, announced today that the
Great Northern Oriental Limited train
No. 1, which left St. Paul Tuesday
morning, was held up by two masked
men, six or seven miles west of Rexford,
Mont_, at an early hour this morning.
The robbers crawled over the tender at
this place and at the point of their guns
commanded the engineers to stop the
train. They then ordered the fireman
to go back with them to the express
car and instructed him to tell the express messenger, mall clerk and baggageman to go Into the coach, which
was done. While this was being done
the ra-bbers kept up a continuous fustl-
ade with their guns to terrify the passengers and keep them in the coaches.
After the messenger, baggageman and
mall clerk had left their cars the robbers went through the mall cars and
robbed the sacks of a large quantity of
registered mall. Then they went into
an extra express car which carried an
overflow of mail, baggage and express,
and which also contained a regulation
through safe. This they attempted to
blow open. After exploding three
charges the safe was opened and tt was
found to be empty. The robbers did
not enter the regular express car in
which the messenger had been riding.
On finding the safe empty, the highwaymen helped themselves to the registered
mall, and after firing a parting volley
Steamer Monteagle With  1200 Aaiatio.
Turned Back to Victoria.
Ottawa. Sept. 12.���Advices from Vancouver, the scene of the recent race
riots, says that the mayor of Vancouver
has warned the captain of the steamer
Monteagle, which has on board 114 Japanese, 149 Chinese and I>41 Hindus destined for this port, that ho would be
unable to guarantee a safe landing hero
because the unions hud expressed their
determination to resist the Immigration
of any more Asiatics. The stammer
authorities feared to assume the risk
and the vessel has been turned bach ta
Victoria where tho men will be landed.
Ripper Escapee.
Herlln, Sept. 12.���An ln.ane man named Lobaky, arrested on suspicion that
he was the "ripper'' who murdered several girls recently, ha. escaped from
the observation ward of the prison hospital. The new. of hi. escape created
consternation, and fear prevails that
fresh crimes will be perpetrated.
Price, ef Metala.
New York, Sept. 12.���Silver, 68c; copper, 17c; lead, $4.76. *
Loudon, Sept. 12.���Silver, 31 %d.; lead
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We    are    now
opening npa large
shipment of
Limoges Elite China
These   goods   are   assorted   so that   you  can   8elect   any   pieces   you
prefer and  make up to your taste.
F-Ilghost Quality ot  Lowest  Prices.
A carload  of
haa Ju6t arrived.
These goods have advanced  slightly,  but we offer them
once violate a treaty into which It entered less than a year ago, with his full
consent? Didn't Bob know what the
treaty meant then? Or at least come as
near to knowing as he does now? Hob's
mouth is very brave, but before he presumes to speak for British Columbia, he
had better explain to his own constitu
ents in the city of Vancouver why he
did not protest while the mischief was
being done. His melodramatic imbecility  can serve  no  purpose  now.
Bob McPherson is reported as saying
in Montreal that he knew his words
were serious. Perhaps it is well for
Bob to take himself seriously. No one
else does.
Yesterday we made a statement a*s
to the lack of harmony at the annual
meeting of the Ontario Liberals, as
shown in the report of that meeting by
the Toronto News. In reply our contemporary quotes not a news .eport at
all. but part of an editorial comment
in the Globe.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that K. 8. r. Smyth, of Procter, B.
(.'., occupation lumbermau, Intenai to apply for
a special timber licence over the following de-
MTibed It-null:
No. l. CommeuHug ata post planted near tbe
northeast coruer pout Ol Lot fto IM'. on U-in.ni
Creek and marked K. ti 1\ Smyth soutbweit cor-
nerpOVt No 1. theuce40 Ohaini norlh more or
leu to about it. - in ri* of the touth boundary Hue
ol timber licence No.Mile, tb-enee latch sins east,
thence 40 chalua Mouth, the U CO 10 cba.Ul CUt.
thence 40 chalna south, thence w nhalna waat,
more or less to the southeast corner of aforeiald
lA.il   No   SMS, thenco   40   chain.-   norlh. thence 40
ohaini we.t to the point of commencement.
Dated 26th July, 1WJ7. K. ti. V  SMYTH,
Henry K.l.iicrl, Agent.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Capital Authorized
Head Office:   Toronto.
.... *J10,000.000     Capital
Hest   ...
D. B. WILKIE. President.
Paid   Up           4,830,000
      4,830.000 ja-g
Bunches in 3.ilish Columbia:
Interest  allowed on   deposits   frnm date of deposit andcreditedquarterly.
MBMSON branch aj.   Mar   LAY,   Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated   A.  D.   1869.
Capital $3,900,000
Reserve Fund $4,390,000
A man who runs a truck farm In Virginia tells of the sad predicament In
which a negro named Sam Moore found
himself. Sam had had considerable
difficulty in evading the onslaughts of
a dog from a neighboring farm. Finally the dog got him and Sam kicked
at him.
Sam's wife, hearing a tremendous
yell, rushed to the rescue of her husband. When she came up the dog had
fastened his teeth in the calf of Sam's
leg, and was holding on for dear life.
Seizing a stone in the road Sam's wife
was about to hurl it when Sam. with
wonderful presence of mind shouted:
"Mandy: Mandy! Dont frow dat
stone at de dawg! Frow It at me.
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of Banking  Business.
Saving. Bank Department, and
Interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounta.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Published ��U ijayi* a weet  by the
Baker St..  Nelaon, B. 0
Buoacrlptlon ratoi*. 5b cent* a month deliverer,
m the cut. or 16.00 a year If Rent by mall, when
P*;'. ln advance.
Advertising rate* on application.
AU monlee paid In settlement ot Thn Dully
Canadian accounta, either lor subscriptions or
advertising, mutt ��*e receipted for on tbe printed
form* ol the Company, utber receipta are not
An Englishman in Scotland was abusing the country, complaining of the
state of the larder, and wondering if
there was a spot where he could get
less to eat.
"I could tell ye a place whar ye wad
get less." said a Scot who was listening to tho tirade.
"Where's that ?*' asked the other.
"Oh, just whaur an Englishman's
ben!!"  said   the   Scotchman   dryly.
Nelson Land Dlatriot. District ol Weat Kootenay
No. 8
Take nutlets that J. K. K. Btewart, ol Colling*
wood. Out., occupation lumberman, intends to
apply for a special tlmlier licence ��ver the following deacrlbed lands: Commencing at a p nt
planted about 66 chains south h.j.1 1.'chains west
ol post No. 8, marked J. H F. Sir-* art's S. K. corner poat, thenee aouth lfto chalna, tbence wait W
chains, thente north lfio chaini. thence eait 40
ohaini to place of oonunencement txintal nine 640
BOrei moro or lent*.
July Kith, 1907. Jamil*, ft, F  stkwart.
Nelson Land Dlatrlct    Dlstrlctof West Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry Keichert ol Nelson. B.
C , prospector, lutendh to apply for a special 11-
OCnOO to cut antl carry away timber from the following described landa:
No 6 Commencing at a post planted near the
northeast corner poat of Timber Licence Po wot)
and marked lieury Keichert uorthweat cornet-
post No 6, thence Bo ehalut. south, theuce 80
cnalns east, theuce HO chaius north, tbence t>0
chains weat to place ol commeucemuui.
Dated July l��th, I9L'7.
No. 7 (.'ommenclng ata post planted near the
northwest corner i-ost of timber licence No. Sift5
ami marked Henry Keichert -**. west corner post
No 7. tbence 160 chalus east, ttience -to ehains
north, theuce 160 chains weai, thence -u chalua
south to point of commencement.
Dated July 26th, 1907.
No. 8. Commencing at a poit planted on Monument creek about 70 chains more or iess from
where Monument creek empties into Lemon
creek aud marked Henry Betcheri northeast cor-
nerpoit No 8 thence 160 chains south, tbence -to
chalna wes), theuce 16U chalna north. ihence 40
chains east to place of oommeneement.
Dated July with. l*/7 HaifaY Kkicmert,
Nelson Land District. Dtstrt-t ol Weat Kootenay
Notice U hereby given tbat 80 days after date
I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and works for permission to cut and
carry away timber from the following described
No. 4 Commencing at a p. -t marked H. A S.
N. W corner, AX) chains east >���! the N. K. cc rner
of lot No 81"*, post marged K. tt, N. K. corner,
thence east SO chains, thence south (40 chains,
thenca west - chains, thence north AU chaius to
place of commencement containing 6*i acres.
No. 5 (ommenclng at the N. w. corner ol H .
A ti. timber claim No 4, tbence north -��� chaius,
thence east m chains, then, e south HO cnalns.
thence west 8u chains to plaee ot eommeucement
at location post No. 6, contaiuiug MO aeres
I, u. echikxkrhoKsN, Locator.
t��eo   Huscrof;, Agent.
Dated July 8th. 1 ���.*������:
Thursday, September 12. 1907.
Our esteeiiHMl coiiU-uiitora.-y takes ls-
Btie with thu statement that the story uf
the disallowance of Mr. bowser's bill to
control Immigration, as told by tha Van
couvur World, is obviously absurd.
Well, we'll withdraw the word obviously.' Evidently the absurdity Is not
obvious to our est'-emed contemporary.
Uut We are still oT opinion Uiui it in
quite obvious to most people. If It hud
not been so whi*u il was ilrst sprung
upon uu unoffending public, the publication or tin; whole of tbe World*! story
wan isutlicb nl  to OOmplatfl ib-1 farce.
Thi.- story is, In ���ttact, that Mr. M<-
Bride, altar a campaign in which the
issue of better terms for itriiisb Columbia hud, by the tolly of Ui opponente,
played an Important pert) wenl to ot-
tuwa and tried to make a bargain with
the Dominion government through Senator Scott, that he ottered to practically
renounce Mr. BoWier'l bill for the sake
of getting  rid  of the   words  "final  and
unalterable*1   from  the   amendment   to
the Hritish North America Act. Apparently, that is from the World's story.
Senator Scott consented. Lieutenant-
Governor Dunsmulr reserved his consent to the bill. But Sir Wilfrid didn't
keep his part of the contract made for
him by Senator Scott. He opposed the
excision of the words 'final and unalterable' and nctually scented the ree
toration to Uie bill though ouiy In the
form of a recital where they can do no
It really means that for no benefit to
himself Mr. Mcllrlde offered to belie
his  former uttorunccs  and  perform   for
tho   Dominion   government ��� service
which was really or no Importance or
value to them. If the absurdity Is noi
obvious we can only tender our most
.-sincere sympathy.
A*   authority   for   bo   remarkable   a
s*ory we are offered the reported statement of an octogenarian, confirmed (?)
by the busy telegrams of Hob .McPherson, whose statements are of no account In  any  circumstances.
From the telegram from Mr. Temple-
man, published by our esteemed contemporary. It would seem that the government had no intention of disallowing the bill. Why? The same government haa disallowed the same bill seven
or eight times. Why should they not
wish or intend to do so now? And if
they did not so intend, why should Mi.
MclJride's alleged offer to make their
disallowance unnecessary be taken as
offering a valuable consideration for
some service they were to render him
but  apparently   forgot?
Every yeai for the past seven or eight
the Dominion government has had an
opportunity to allow a similar bill to
become- law, and each time they have
prevented it i�� any explanation ottered for their alleged change of front
Hut the climax of the Illogical ami in*
OOnaeQUent is reached by our contemporary in ih-- effort to explain the rjnlee*
cenoe of the Britieh Columbia member!
at Ottawa while the Japanese treaty
was b- Ing ratified. It ia asked���with
an apparent sincerity that is almost pitiable���why the Conservative leaden at
Ottawa did nothing and why the Conservative provincial government did
Why Indeed?    Britten Columbia
A Philadelphia physician says that
not long ago he was called to see an Irishman, and among other directions
told him to take an ounce of whisky
three times a day. A day or so later
he made another visit and found the
man, while not so sick, undeniably
"How did this happen ?" the physician demanded of Pat's wife, who was
hovering about solicitously.
"Sure, dochter, an' 'tis ju^t what you
ordered and no more, that he had," she
"I said one ounce of whisky three
times a day; that could not make him
drunk."the physician said. "He has
had  much more than that."
"Dlvll a drop more, dochter dear,"
she declared. "Sure an' ol didn't know-
just how much an ounce was, so ol
wlnt to the drug-store an' asked, an'
the lad���he's broth of a boy, too���
told me that an ounce was sixteen
drams, and Pat haa had thim regular an'
no more!"
Nelson Lend District. District of West Koolenav
Take notice shat i'anl August Paul*, u. of Kit
chener, ti. C, occupation lumberman, inien-ls
to apply foraspeHal timber licence over the following described lauds: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest corner of surveyed lot
,'221-tJ 1 thence south to the northern boundary
of timber licence No. 70lfc, tlieuce west to tbe
nonh west corner of said tiini-er licence, thence
south to the northern boundary of loi Hll. thence
following said boundary, of -�����:���: lot weit to the
right of-way of the Oritlsh ColumL.a Southern
Hallway, thence following *>ald rigbt-i-f-way in a
north-easterly dtreeiion to place of commencement, and containing 6*0 acres,, more or lews
I>ated JulT 2ih\. U07.    PaOLAnatBR PAULSON.
Notice Is hereby given that GO dan alter date I
Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner
of i-aandn aud Works for permission t-r pun base
the following described lauds, situated in West
Kooteuay district: Commencing at a post marked by name as initial post of the Smith Fork
branch, one hundred feet from tbe junction of
Lost creek with tbe xouth fork; thence one-
quarter mile to the northwest corner powt.thenc**
one mile to the uortheait corner post, thence
��� ���:.������ ''nartt-r mile to the southeast corner post,
:;.������!��� t.* one mile to  the place of commencement
June"t*7, 1907. Located by Wji. Connolly.
Nelson Land District. District oi West Kootenay
Take notice, that Moore. Kepple A I o., of tiar-
in'i'l. I'enu .occupation lumbermeu, intends to
apply lor a special timber licence over the following described lauds : ('��� n.::.--.��� ::,.* at a post
planted ou Mosquito creek, on the west side ot
Arrow lake, ami about one half mile west of the
southwest cornerof timber limit No. 4M77, thence
north HO chains, thence west (W chains, thence
south so chalus, thenee east Ho chains to point of
commencement, and containing '���.' ftOret, mon-
or leaa.
Dated 15th, July, Wfl.     Monsf, Kkrn.T A Co.
John K  Calkins, Agent.
only   part   of   Canada   affected
Oriental movement,    if her eevi
reaentativee   at   Ottawa,   Messrs
, the
by   the
BU   rep-
Bmltl)',     Sloan,     McPherson,
Koss  and   Galllher,   declared
was   not   ubjectlonable
grounds   might   Mr.
Noticr; n hereby given that the undersigned
have submitted to the Lliutenant Oovernor-ln-
Councll a proposal under the provisions of the
"Rivers and Streams Act," for clearing and removing obstructions from BOAt Kiver and Meadow Creek, in the Dlstrlctof West Kootenay, and
for making tho same fit for rafting and drlv
lug therwon logs, timber, lumber, rafts i nd crafts
and for erecting and maintaining booms for
holding, sorting and delivering logs and timber
brought down said creek and river, and for attaching booms to the shore of said creek and
river for said purpose*.
The land* lobe afTeeted bv said work are:���
Lots tn, BUT, 4Mtt, and sub lots l.t. 11. 1��, 14 and
U rif Lot4693, <-roup 1, Kootenay District.
The t'diN   proposed to  be chargttd  an such as
������-.'..   ���.*.-.I   bytbeJudgeof  the County Court
Of West Kootenay
Dated  i;-t July, 1907.
K- iiiii .1> .
that   the  treaty
to   them, on   what
Borden  oppose it.
And why should the provincial government approach the federal cabinet?
Sir Wilfrid I.aurler had the obvious reply (we hope this at least Is obvious)
Your province has seven representatives In the House of Commons. I
mnitaeoepl them as speaking lor Hrltlsh
Columbia They have not objected to
tills treaty."
If  the   ratifying   of   the   treaty   was
wrong It   Is  a  childish   reply on   behalf
of the government that ratified It to accuse the oppoeitlon of not preventing it.
But  what about   Hob  McPherson who
threaten! to secede from Confederation
if the Dominion government does not at
In tbe matter of an application tor the Issue nf
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for lol 22,
an*l tbe went half of lot il, bloek 01, tn the Town
of Nelson.
Notice is hereby given that it li my Intention
to Issue at tin' expiration of one month after the
first publication hcreot a duplicate of the certificate of title for tbe abovr lands, tn the name of
Lydla Shields, which certificate tl dated the Hist
day of December, ItfUO, and numbered 399I K.
"H   Y. MacLaon,"
District Registrar.
Th. Silver Grill haa opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The beat 35 cent
meal in the city.
Ladies' New Fall
and Winter Coats
We arc showing our firs* importation of Ladies'
Coats. The very latest and nobbiest styles in cloths
etc. Now is the time to make your selection when
stock is complete. No two coats alike, we invite inspection.
iu ict .d ��',���
���a rVlexand
it Ko
Nelson Land imtrtcl.
Takenotii-e that Qeorgo Wexaedor, ol Kailo,
B. 0.| Intends to apnlv (or a ape* ml Umber
licence over thr loll-iwing doaeribad lamia:
Commeur lug at a poat planted at the north waat
coruer of Section I*!, ownclup". KoOtenaj district,   being   about   one-third   of a mile south of
the south boundary inu- of the Indian reaervej
thenee s>uth about to chains to the easterly
bank of Kootenay river; iln-no- * utneasterly
along stoolenaj  river bant,  about 60ohaini,to
the south l-ouudarv .il S-c (OO IS, li.��n-hip ".
thenee ea-i.-rlv ahi-ut .M' chain-* to the northwest
corner of Lot &I: im-n. e north mi chain*, aloag
the west t-ouudarv of L<it IU; thetoe west J*0
ehains to the point of cm mm-ner muni, and containing MOaores, mote "t l  --
Dated Julv I. \*>~ Oioafljl   X'KJtANOKR.
Nelson i and Disin -t   liiat It I <-t e sat Kootona*r.
l'ake im Uce tha. Kvnn MC-lelland Fraser. of
Fur uie, H 0 , Him k, latuedl taap) ly for a ipeefal
licence   over   the   follow int*    das  ril.ed    Und*.-.
Commeni-tMi- at a l��'-*t plained aUoit aeven
miles west of the Koolenav ilv*-r, end about one
mite north of ihe in **i national r.Mindary line,
ami abonl one and a .-tiarle. ui.rth-*a-'terly from
the nor-h east corner ol tiin'��er li'-cm-e Nt��. Ki67.
thanoa south Ht tha,us (boon west *o Hiatus,
ibaneo north nohainii tbanooeait n cbitlDi to
point   of   . ..im:..'!!. , ui'-nt.   and   ei-ui.ituiug   Mo
acres, more or less.
Located LStb, of June, 1907.
Dated this 8th of July, 1907.
Nelaon ImH lUstrb't. District of West Kootenay
Take untice that Moore. Kepple A Co.- of Oar-
land, 1'enn., O4*cupatiou liimWrmen. Intend to
apply tor a special ttml>er licence over the following ileaeribe-l lands: Commencing at a post
planted on Mosquito ereek. *, u the west side of
A rmw lake, ami alMjul one half mile weat, r>f the
BMiilliwest OOmax of timber limit No. 4H77. thenc-e
aouth i*> chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north Ho chains, thenee east tK> chains to point of
i ���-i--.i-irucf ment, and containing 6*0 acres, more
or less.
Dated 19th July, 1907.      Moork, k km ; ��� A Co.
Johh R. (.'Al.KiNs. Agent.
Nelt.>n Land District. Dlstrlctof West Kootenay
Take notice that William Audrew Ross, of
Fertile. H 0 . hotel keeper Intends to appiv lor
a special timber licence over th* following des-
i-rtbed lamls: Commencing at a post planted
r bout -lx miles west ol the Kootenay river, on
lorn creek, tu the Illstrlct of Weit Kootenay
and being about six miles north of the Intot
loin ual boundary line, and situate at the
northeast coruer of William Andrew Rosa' No
S timber claim, thence north t*> ehains, thence
*���.���*.��� ���%- .-hatus, thence south Ho chains, thence
cast ho chairs, to the point of commencement
I.ocatfd Ji.ly'.I8rd, 1007
Dated the nth of Aug   190)
William Artnaaw Koas
Take notice that C. C. Clark, ol Nelson. B. C,
saloon aeapeT) lutends to apply for a special timber llrt-nce over the following desoilboa land:
Commencing at a p-����t pl-.ttted DO Moruintr
Mountain, atiout oue mile west ol Smelter I reef,
and aoioining C. V Clark's location for tlml-er
licence No 1. and alxiut one mile south ol Nelson, tbence we*-t **o Chnlus, theuce south CO
chaius. theuce east HO chains, thence north *��
chains to place ol U-Kinuing.
Dated July Kith, lt��u7. C. C. ci.akk.
Davii> Booth, Agent
that I, 8. F. Wallace, of  Fernie,
eper, intend to apply for a special
the   lol
.pply  for a
lowing  de
In the Matter of    the "Land    Reglatry
Act" and Amendment! thereto,
In the matter of an applleat. m lor the issue of
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title lor Lni*
���OOl, 'mn. and OOd,    Oroup 1. Kootenay   District.
Notice Is hereby given that It is my Intention
tn Issue at the exi'iiatloti of one month from the
first publication hereof a duplicate Certtflr ate of
Title 10 tbl above described lands, in the name of
Jhiiics Roderick Robertson .which Certlflcatri Is
dated the Uth day of August, iH'.m. and is numbered I in., k.
l*end Re-rlrtrjr Office, Nelson, B.C., Hist of
August, 1907. fl. F. MacLFOIL
I*Utrlct Registrar.
Take notice that 30 .lays alter date I Intend to
apply to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands and Works, Victoria, for permission to
cut and carry away timber from the following
deaoribed land, lu  ���'��� ��� -t Koot-*nay:
No. 1. Commencing at a poat planted at the
southwest comer of timber license SMC, theuce
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, theace
east 80 rhatns, tbenoa north 40 vnaius to place ol
Dated Ha) HI, 1907,       J.T  BQMMB. LOMtor.
J  W, C'olbcrk. Agent.
No. 2     Oammanelni   at   a post planted at the
southeast lorner of application No. l, tbence east
80 cnalns, tbence north ho chains, theme west 80
chains, theuce south 80 chalus lu place of commencement
Dated Hay >1,1907.        J   T. Bl'KOKRS, Locator,
J   W. Colhukn. Agent.
Take BOdOO thai   John   Koss, of Fernie, B    c,,
hotel keeper, Intiodi to apply for asp..��ial tlml-er Ih-enceovir Uie folhiwing demrlU-d lands:
1. t'omuicim.i.g ata poat planted in the Dls
trlct of West Kootanav, Nelsoa Mining Division,
on the north fork of th. south fork of l>,*t rrwk,
about flv�� miles Dp i reek Iron where two froks
meet and about six miles north ol the International HotindHry Line ami about twenty eight
miles west ol Kooteoe* Kiver. theme east HO
chalna. ttience nortb 80 chains, then.** sreattO
chains to bank of said creek, thence down stream
to place of coiiiHict-c.-iin-nt.
J. Boas, locator,
2. (?omtneticifig at a pOfft plantnl at the soulli-
wt-st eornei of '. (toss's No i toaation, tbenoa
west 80 chains, tbence north 8o ohalns. thence
east Hu (halns more or Wss to bank of said creek,
thence down stream to place Of commenccnicnt!
J. Ross, Loaatet
3. CommcncitiK  at  a post  plauted  at or   near
the southwest eorner ol J. Ross's No. i location
ttience west Mu '-halns, thence south 80 r-hnlns'
thence east w chalus, more or less, to said araalc.
���henue U|> stream to place of beginning
JT Roan, Ixx-ator.
4. Commencing at a posl planted at (��r mar
the southwest corner of J Ross's No. I Im-atlon
then'-e east *- chains, theuce south 80 chains'
thonce west M chains, more or less, to bank of
said creek, thence up stream to place of oom-
j. Ross, Locator.
6.   Oonnenclni al a pott   planted about two
miles south of the southwest come' ofJ. Ro-mi
No- 1 location. On the north fork of the south
fork   of   L  st ereek,   and   about   four   tnll.s   up
stream, Irom where the two forks meet, thence
ea>t 80 chsins, ttienc- north 80 chains, thence
west 80 ehains, more or less, to hank of said
creek, theuce down stream u> place of com mencement.
J. Rom, Locator.
���-   Commeiicltig at a post  planted  nl, or near,
the southwixt eorner o' J. Ro��s's No. B locution,
on   Lost creei-  thence west 80 chains,  tbanoi
north 80 chains, tbenoa HOehain* east, more or
less, tO bank oi sat.I creek* thenco down stream
to place of coiniiiei,ceriici.t.
located i'.th June, 1VU7. J. Ross, Ixicator.
Time lOT advertising extended by Die AagtatUt
Nelson Land District.   District ol West Kootenay.
Take  notice  that  Thos.  K.   L. l-*'g��n, of   Itnn
ner's Ferry, OCeUpatlOO painter. Intends to apply
tor a si.i'ci,.|  timber   licence   over   the   following
deeorloed landi:   nomtnanctng at a post plan tea
on the soii'ti sldi" of Hroiti'lary creek, about Hi
miles west of Hi Kootenuy river, tbence wesl ho
chtlns, theme soulli ho elinlns. ttience cast 8<l
chains, theoci north 80 chains to the point of
Ronimencunu-iit, and containing M0 acres, more
or leu.
Uatud July Oth, lflK/7. I iiomai K. L. Lqqax,
Nelson Land DlltliOt.   District oi West Kootenay.
Take notice
B  ('., hotel-k'
Umber   licence
1. Commencing at a post planted about torn
miles west of the KooJ. nn>* river and one in lie
north of the International boundary line, theuce
aontfa ft chains, ihence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west Ao chains to the
point of commencement, containing 610 acres,
more or less.
Dated July-3rd, 1907,
2. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner ol hx-atlou No I, thenoe soutti m
cnalns, thence erect to ebatnai theuce north hu
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing (MO acres, more or
Dated July 23rd, 1907.
3. Commencing at a rw-st planted at northwest cornerof location No. S. thenoa north ho
chains, then<-�� weit "'I cnalns, theurV* sotith ����
ehalns, thence east ho chains to ttie point of
commencement,  containing Wo  aerea.   more or
Dated Juty-KJrd. 1907.
4. Commencing al a post planted at the northwest corner of No. 1 location, thence north wi
chains, thence eaat 80  chains,  theuce  south  s.i
chains, thenoa n st so chains to the point ol
commencement, containing  6*0 acres,  more  or
Datad July Mfd. iuo7
6. Commencing at a pr>st planted about two
miles north and 'a mile east of the northwest
. "rner Oi location No. 1, thence south ho chalus,
thence east Ho chains, theuce north ho chains,
thenea west BO chains to the j-oiut of coin mem e-
meut, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated July srtrd, 1907.
ft. Commencing nt a prut planted at northwest corner of location No 5, theme south ho
chains, thence west HO chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to the point of com*
uicucemi nt, containing >.'���< acres more or .' *-
Dated July 23rd, 1907-
7. Commencing at a post planted at the north*
weal corner of location No. ft. thenee uorth 80
cnalns, thence west ho chains, thence south hu
chains, tbence east ho chains to the point of coin-
in- rn-ement, conlainlng Mo acres i-i- ���;������ or lesa.
Dated July Brd. IW7
8 Commeucin-: at a poit planted M the north
west corner of location No. ���*-. thence north fto
chains, thence ...-���, -j chsins, thence sooth hu
chains, tlieine west ho (-halns to the polut of commencement, containing bUi nores more or less.
Dated July fflrd, 1*17.
V. Commencing at a post planted about 3
miles west nf the northwest corner of location
No ft. theuce south 80 chain*, thenee eatt ho
chains, thenee north Ho chains, thence wesl ho
chains to the point of commencement, and con
tainlng MO acres more or less.
Dated July Mth, 1907.
10. Commencing at a pint planted at tha
northwest corner of locution No. 9. th. nee noi th
ho < hnlus. ihence east HO chains, thenee south -> >
chains, thence wesl ho chains to the point ol
commencement, conlainlng Mo acres, more or
Dated July 24th.  1907.
11 Commencing at a post planted about 1
' , mil.|| west of tbe northwest corner of locution
No 9 and about)*, mile south thereof. Ihenc.
sonth 80 chains, thence east HO chains, tbanee
norlh 80 chalus, thenco wesl 80 chains to ho
point of commencement, containing Mo Hires,
more or lass.
Daled July 24th. 1907.
li. Com menclng at a post planted attna north
west corner   or   location No   II,   tlieuce  north HO
chains, tl ��� ea*>t   80   chains,   tb'-nce   south   Ho
chains, tbence west 80 chains to the point nf
coinmcncemeiil.  containing  (lh)  acres,   more or
Dated July 24th, 1907.
13. Commencing at a post planted al tlm northwest coruer of location No 11, ttiei.ee north ho
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence south Ht)
chains, thence easl HO ehnltis to the point of
commencement, conlainlng Mil acres, more or
Dated July 24th. 1907
14, fNimmeii'-Ing ata post planted st lhe north-
west corner of   locution   No. 11,   Ihence   sonthhO
chains, thanea west ho ohalna, thanoa north SO
1 mil-, thenee easl IV) chaius to lhe polut of
' -unmeiiceinenl, containing Mo acres, more or
Dated July 21th, 1907.
lft. Commencing nt a post planted about two
miles north of north wesl corner nf locution of No,
11, thence south BO Hiatus, lln-m UtM chains.
theuce   north 80 elm lo- .   ihenoe   west   80   chnins
to tin- potnl  of commencement,  containing Mh
acres, more or less.
Dated July 24th, 1907.
in, Commencing alapost [danled at the North*
wesi comer of location No. Ift, Itonr-o north Wl
chains, thence east 80 chains, tbence south s-i
chains, ttience west 80 elmins to the polnl ol
commeucemeut, containing MO aen s, more or
Dated July 24th, 1907.
17. Commencing a t .< ������--i plautc.) at the northwest corner oflotatlonNo 1ft, Ihciicc north 80
(halns. thenco west Bo chains, then-e south ho
chains, theuco cast 80 chains to the point o(
commencement, containing '.in acres, more or
Dated July Mth, 1907.
18 Commencing at a post planted nl the
northwest corner of loca'lon No (ft, thenceaonin
ho chains thence wenl 80 chnins, t-ience north 8.)
chains, theuco east 80 ehaius to the i��o|ni of commencement, containing i-4o acres more or less
Dated July 24th 1907. B. F. w am.*. ���- i ,���.H|���r
JOHM Bho .��. Ag. 1,1.
Nelson I -. ���   ' filstrlct.   District of West Kootenay
Take notice thai I, Kvan Fraaer. of Ferule. B.C.,
clerk, intend to apply for a special timber fltttnte
ov.r tin- following described lands;
1. lommeiiclug al a ,-.-��� planted at the N. B,
eorner about i^ miles north of the internatiuu
al tiouiidary line and about 11 miles west ot the
Kooteuav river (about one mile north of the
north boundary of r. L No 8072) tbence 80
chains souih, theace m chains well, theuce 80
chaina north, thence ho chains east to the [dare
of beginning.
Daled July '.'lit, 1907.
2. Con-mcmlng at a poat planted at the N. K.
corner of location No 1, ihence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 cbains, thence north *���-��� chains,
thence wesl ao chains to the place of   beginning.
Dated July -fist, 1907.
a. Commencing at a post planted at the N. X.
corner ot loeatlou No 1, thence north 8U chains,
tbence east 80 chains, theuce south 80 chalui,
thence west no chains to place of beginning
Daied July Jlst, 19<r7
4. Commencing at the N. K corner oil oca lion
No. 1. thence north hu chains, thence west 80
chains, thenea aotttb ho chains, iheuce eaat ho
chains to the place > l beglnulng.
Dated July ilst, 19U7.
ft Commencing at a post planted one mile
aaal <d the w, I oorner of location No. s, theme
south ho chains, thence west HO chains, thence
north ho chains, thence eaat 80chains to the place
of beginning
Dated July 21st, 1907.
fi Commencing u' a post planted at the N. B.
corner of location "*>o .. thenea south 80 chains,
thence east   80 ft. sin-,   theiue  north   80  chhtns,
thenee areatffOebalna to th. plat a of beginning
Dated July (Ut, U07.
7. Comtn inatBf 11 a pod planbd at the N K
corner of .-itlon No ft, UieXMI north 80 chains.
tbenoa ��� **���*' ���-��� chnin-.  tneii a south ho ehains,
thence west   0 ch.: Ins to Ho-   pU0��- of   beginning.
Date     Jul>   .'1st, l��/7
8. ' -urn. ��� Ing at a poot plantml at the N. K.
come if local n.n No ft, ibeneo north 80 chains,
thenci weat si�� halns. thence sotith HO chains,
thenee   --ast 8" i hatus io lh-    place of begianiiig.
Dated  Inly Hat, 19u7 K. FaAsaa, I .. Ainr.
Jims : itowN, Agent.
Nelaon i n.rl District Diilrlctof Weit Kootenay
Take notice that I, Kllxabelh Ferguion, of Nelson, British Columbia, occupation married woman. Intend to apply for permission to purchase
the following dcscrlf-ed laud : Commencing at a
IMist planted 40 chains west of the southeast corner of auction SEL Township W, Kootenay, aud
marked 'K. K.'m N K corner," thence west Do
��� halns. theuce south 40 chaini, thence eatt 80
ciiaius. thanea north 40 chains to the place of
commencement and containing s.i' acres more
lftth Julv, A. D. 19o7.     Ki i/itii ii f i.
by W. A. Calder, agent.
N-.1-..I. Land Distr.i-t. Dlstrlctof West Kootenay.
Take uotice that I, David U Kurts.of Nelson,
H. *'., oecupailon merchant. Intend to apply for
pcrmlsolou to purchase the following described
land: (ommenclng at a post plained al tbe
southwest corner of sect Ion 84. township ����,
Kooteuay. and marked "D. w. K.'a H. W. corner,'1
thanoa north Hi chalna, theuc�� eaat 40 chains.
thence south Ho chains, thence weit 40 chains
to tha point of commencement and conlainlng
���l.t) a< r. s more or leaa
lftth July, i*h/7, David o  Kuan,
W. A   Calder, agcu*-
lake notice lhat I, Thomas Harry Wihjou, Intend t<> apply for permission to purchaae the follow ing daaoribad landi commencing ��t a post
planted a* the ti  K. corner of lot 7ftlHand marked
N, f   oorner, thanoa aonth  io chains, thenee
wist lo i hains, theuce south 10 chalua, thence
west   lo chains, theuce aouth   10 chaini, theuce
west  n   ebalna, thanoa aootb io chains, ihence
wet iu Halns, tlieuce north 40 chains, theuce
aaat 41 chains to point of commencement and
coiili iiing loo acrea, more or less
Jlin ' 7, ltfU7 7 NOMA! If RNRT  WlUllN,
Wtl.l.lAM AI.OMXO Hi; is.  igclit.
Halaon laud DUIMH. DtatriotOtWaal Kootenay
Take notice thai I, Johu Lang, uf Nelaon, B. C,
oor.upatlOQ luluvr intend to apply for permission to purchase the lollowiug deserthM landi:
'ommenclng ut ���% p.,.| planted al ih* N K of
l-"l ������Wj theuce east 20 chains, ih.-n.-.- couth JO
chains, theuce west 20  chains, thenco   norlh 90
chains to poini of '.'MIII..1 ii.-iii, containing 40
acres, more or less.
August'.titd,  1907, John laiisu.
Notice Is hereby given that 80 days afterdate, I
intend to apply to tho Hon. Chief Coiamiasloner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchaae
tbe following described laud In Went Kootenay
district, on west shire of l-ower Arrow Lake
adjoining Lol No 41H8, nn the south : Beginning
at a pom marked "Harry Mofjood's N.B corner
post iiio I ��� I mi ted on the shore of I,ower Arrow
Lsk ���, at the southeast cornet of ('apt Finland's
14041, thence wesl 20 chains, thciicc loiilh 20
chsins more or less lo the north boundary of R.
Kiillmore's P. It , thence im chains east along the
said boundary to lake, thence north along the
lak- snore 20 chains, nioie or leu to point of
COjn inc'tcenient.
Hay and, I9U7. j. i>. Moora,
Agent for Harry M.-l-eod.
Nelaon Land DlltrlOt,   Dlstrlctof Weal Kooleuay.
1 ..ko notice than Icorge Kufus Carter of Klrtlar,
oecupnlioii, hrldgemau, Intends lo apply for ier*
mil don   lo  purchaso    the   following   dcacrlt-ed
Inn l: ( ommen Ina at poat planted at the north-
ornerot  B, Ross'application to purchase,
thanoa uorth  40 chalm, thence
20  chains   to   A.
st   20   chains,
east   40   ehalns,   tbence   south
'   iry's pre-emption, then
III' in | south
plana of  eomm. ..
more or less.
Dated July 12, 1907
Ins, thence, west 10 chains to
ment   containing   13Q acrci
' : I'.'i'.il RrnVflf f'ARTBU,
wr. j, HOtfi Agent.
I, the uiideisigiH'd. after Ao days intend to apply to the Hon. the chief commlasloner of Until
and Works lo purchase tho following duicrlhed
and: omm. nnnK at the N, K. C. of Lot 7M9
V il u,w'"'" ,vt'"- 40 chains, thenco north 20
'��� in ns Ihence ensl 4o chains, Iheuce loulh JO
( nnins io poini ., comnieiicumout. containing 80
acres more or less.
L-ioatec'. Maicii mth, 1907. W. A, MiMe.
Take notice that I. Arthur kle�� Pit-kb,^ I
ten. to apply lor;neruiu.i���i, t0 VtiretaSfflfi 1
lowing described lanus; c(,mmenciM ., '^ P
planted al the N. K. corner of I" t u-t\i. *W 1
ed ti. K. corner, thence north ��{ffifd1S I
weit 20 chains, thence soul,i 40 SSffi SSS
eastwebatn. to point ot ��nienoffli?3
contain ing 80 acrea, mora or leJ(u,:"u:me*-*l ul I
June7,mn arthcralu Prnaani
 WILLIAM Al^amo MlLLl. AJS! *
Taae notice that I, William K. iarrb. tsaJ I
.1 apply for permliilon to purchue Uu SB I
lug daaeribed lands: CotalSenSi Vt . Si [
t the H. K  corner ol Lot U:^ ���,.'�� I
".        II..--..,-        ���...a     u. I
���������I   northeast
K   i
thence south 40 chalus. theace Wl �� fe I
theuce north 40 chain, to point *1 tnSSt I
ment. and rontalntaa UQ acre. m��n ff* l
wili.uk JtaantAieiA)
June 7, lvin.
WILLIAM  Ai.iSli)g|LL|   A,t-:"
ll^*f���mtXmT a��-��f loienaioipMrtoajl
)n. ( hlof Commlisloner o( Unas StttS I
ctorla    tic,  to  purchaae the following �� I
V,C,**J"������    �����. '       r"   J''"1 '"*--  ������'��� '   '   .������*������, ���-.
���rlbed land, iltuated lu ibe Weit sUOtawfi
Cemtnenelug  at   a   post pliLUsi i��
waat aide of Mif lake, near RkinoSI
point,  and  marked J. McKinnon'i I KTm I
poet,   thenee  weat f-J   cbaias.   thence Lortt g I
ha"��� ���
chains, thence east HJ __
ihore. thenea along lak
Dal.-d April 4. 1907.
lore or   ������ ��� ,������, I
ihore topolrnof *�����.
Hlgned J M-K.**..**
Nelson Land Dlitrict.   Dlstrlrtof Wad Kootira*, I
Take notice that Edward 1'raser. el toOmk
Montana,   U. ti A . oecupailon  wool bnteTTi- I
tends to apply   for  permission  to poirt-'ietk
following   deacrlbetl   land:    . , [..;*,. *���   ;., u
poit planted on  the writ shore of vnarafi
iban (Cariboo) lake, and at the aoutb��Aii   ���>
of  Lol 8199, thence weaix chains, thtEntuui I
Kt cnalm, thence eait �� chains, tbeort io.til 1
chains, ihence eaat 40 chains, moreor i-m. it thi I
weal ahore  of  Dpper  Whatshaa (( *rit.y>]lui; \
thence   northerly  and  weiterly sloni Mm
���bore 90  chains,  more or Ita*, to point ol��_
mencement,  and  containing -TJ> irrat.ntne I
May 19th. 1907. ��:>w,u Tu
Hlxty days after date 1 inteud le ���.[���p.jwiii I
Hon    Chief CommlMloner of ;*���:.'���.:'-* ,-c I
for permlaston to  purchase  the  '.   . m'- I
acrlbed land   in   Wdii Kikii.-li- ���..*;���������:    j-* j
menclng   at a  |*oit marked A C B'i sorusi
uorner  poet,  running 40 chain* eueejj] ���
the boundary of Timber .!���;,������ No. kV* 'k-a
southerly  60 chalus,  thenca weaterlj a tUk
tbence   northerly   '���**  chains s.������:..��� v.-    ': I \
track io the idace of cnmmeiicemtiiLroc-uat
two hundred acres, more or less
Located thla ��th day ul Ma;. 1907.
A. C. 8- -H leaa
Notice la neriby given tbat M nayittaC-UI
Intend to apply lo the Honorable thi Ckkf0a> |
missioner of Lands and Wnrks (or t*re* ~
to purrhaav the following '!<������'-r-.t--! -*:' ttt
lu West Kootenay dlatrlct: '���.-.--������::it'>' I
poat planbdal the west bfiundar* olUsk-Ol. I
and about Ul ebalna aonth of UieicittlaaalMl I
of the right-of-way of tbe H. t. fcuUvtii* I
way. and marked P. A P's souibMit ma, I
thence weat lull chains, Iheuce uorth t.iM*--*. I
boundary uf the right-of-way of B C OXmO I
railway, thence following said bouaairrolaH I
righl-of-way in an easterly d I recti'". *��������*���] I
boundary of l*ot SflJOl. then-e soutb *t|Mal
commencement,  oontalulug   lot) sera, mste |
Dated this 14th day
>f Jim-. 1407.
i-*i. Atiiiit fam
Nelaon Land Dlitrict.  District of ffnt Vwlraj I
Take notfoa that Pan! Auguit Paahea.il* r
chener, II. 0 .  occupation loabamaB, aai
to applr for permlaslon lo purciiai* u>i ������1
Ing   ilescrtbed   landi:     Coin met cini  i   -1*
planted at theeonth boundary ol ��������� nm
way   ol   the   BrltUh   Columbia WBl
way and aU>ut 3ft cbains westerly (r-ni mmr��
62 on iald railway, thence south Kteaa ����<om
eaat  20 chalm, thence south JO chaina �������
east fO chalus, ihence north to ths ����aiom
ary of the rlght-ofwwy ul ihe llrliu-- l<-<���* I
Bouthern   Hallway,   thence  weaterly um *��� |
eald rleht-of-way to plaee of eommen��e��i.
Dated thla 2nd day ol August, MB.
Paol AoeriT timoo,
fit >.,n Land Dlatrlct.  Dtatrlctol ������tKJ��,l**J[ I
Take  nDllee  that  Deorge  Rturm.  "f'JJt
Montana.   V    ti.  A.,  occuratlon. msiek"" * |
tenda  to  apply   'or
following   deacrlbed   lanu      v "-"'"I.-'-yt-m. I
post planted on the  weat shore ol * *��� -
ahan (terlhoo) lake, and at the nei*-.---      ., ��
of i ol Ri:t9    ������--���*���   ���>���������������   ao nhalna. Uwl I
40 chain
chain .
Mi acrea' more ur less.
29th. Pai7.
....   thence   welt   KO en ami. "''"nnrU| I
halns. thenoe aaat �� chains, tb���� MfflH
dm to p-.iiii of eommencemeut. aao ���-
lug mj acrea- more or leas. ��.nMifftT*
May 29th. 1��07. GloMij^.
Nelaon Land Dlatrlct.   District ol *��* Kj*]^
Take notice tbat  Walter   -*.������>'>���'."'. ,,-3 I
Montana. l\8.A..oceup.tlo..msrrl^;^|
to apply  lor permission to PU�����*" ^Sl
ing described land: OommeDolnf atii P*m
ed on the wett shore Ol I 'Pl-er What*����l ���, jg
lake, and   at  the  northwest c"""'!'-,, r-,%m I
lake, and   at  the  northwest ��*"rl
thence west 90 chalua. IhanaaBW" ^.jg
ihence eaat B  chains, theiw t y"���"ilir. I
point   of   commencement,   ant-
acres, more or lesa.
May 29th, 19U7
mi ���*��� I
11 urn* I
filatr  daya after date I Arlhur A11'1'   ,
rauchir. ol Burton City, intend to *fg^
chief commissioner of I andi in-i^ b daHtajl |
lorla, 11   O.i to purchaae thi lOlia
lauda situate easl ot  Burton
wti.g dec-TlW
rn*f   d
ihiihiiiiii.i. ���*������ ��������� -------   ,.,_���. i  corn er   *j
poal marked "A A B MOtbWail ��>��� .(0|
planted al then, w corner of ���*������ ". w rbsit*
running norlh On chains, theme �� h (Blg
thenee loulh 80 chains, theme �������������"���
place of commencement
Auguit lit, i:��>;
Nelson I.and Dlatriot,   Dlstrlciol t
Take notice that Arlhur -f^Jfifg |'p*ttJ
III'1 uua !���., lit*
wr��*2!i, vrm
������, Kiss.*"" I
.i m
Clly, ooctipatlon ran. her
Ik. rhalns. Ihonro wa-st *l rpal" - -    ,,,.
arlialn.,  Ih.nca. a.sl HO ohs. n.Ig f"��
mancoDiont, ri.nlalnlin ��.0 a"os
I ol��*
Daloa! 3011. alar "I Ail.lisl.   ��"���     B,���ro, L'l
Dlatriot ol W'*1^ w,���
N.laon l.ali.l l.lslrl.i
IIvb nilli-s Iri.in  tl". ma.ul., "   ��' , nl���,lh���><
marko.i F k.h.h. |.oornar, aaa ;        ,..
nnrlh H0 rhalns.  thcnoai ��""'*'.'���. lo pOlMS
S...HI. HO I'll.Ins, l.i''l"VT,"L��ii." i'��
.���rimni..ii.-..in..iil. "���"."'"".'".an ....
i.at.-.i ��oih day ol AW^&jjfn,,, Hirw"""
���t KO"""''
Hol.ni. Und Dlatrlol   DUW-J ")-"JJ.^ ,1 >.
tana. Man., ..minpallnn larrii
lor i>crm. n  10 pnrOM"
crllioal l.ui'l
Frank P. Haranian
.'tt B. N  K.,
���  K. arorni.r. "* * .. svi'-rral
"In* *.'..   iinr'H
pa*. I
,.r,"an.l run
thonu�� ami Hi ��' I'lia.ns,
,-h.lr.s  to   plaoa ol  "����."""���'
atrroa o! laoal, moro or '<'"":..,HN��r.i''��.'"?
Datad 'J��rd AuiBrtJJ.J"^'-';K���,To��, al*"1' The Daily Canadian
Who Want a Good A reticle Will Buy
The BACON We Sell
It Gives Satisfaction, Because It Is Lean, Thoroughly
Cured aud  Smoked.    Our Hams  Are
Excellent   Also.    All   Are Canadian
Goods.   Pure Lard in All Sizes.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd*
s,vn u.H ������������������' '   ��utrwto�� Weat Kootenay
T.*,.   notice  lhat  William  Andrew   Koss,   ol
��� ���,..;.,-���   mteuds to  apply   for
|" ...er Uie  following di-s-
Ko iM3ommencing at a  post planted abool
i ,,.      the Kootenay river, on ' om
J five mllei we*���      l (1.  Wi.���-.   (CooWDay,  and
If^X'i,t,lxJ1...^.wihofti.o international
���                                        uvo miles  west of Urn
1 ,,'n. ���  V     8*45.  th.ii. ulh   ��>  chains.
i ������"*���*������ �� a****
, ,-.,,, point ol oomroenoamanl
I ��� iii moreorlaaa.
'   bxatedl
,   ko .   i lenclna at a poat  planted at tha
.    , er of William A   Koaa  No  - claim.
I ,!-,    thenee iraal to chains,
tbanee aaal n ebalna
ItoU-epoln' taenoamebt. and aoatalntni
��� .    . ,:!i rune.UOT.
-. |t)g   ��tap.��st   planted   about
i' .     [u,�� north eait corner of wn*
I .. .mi, thence  south no   chains.
IttMKeaitH tha In i, tbence north ho chains,
ItBeneewMtti t-hains to tb( in.tut Of communce-
I .'.;.  M |        Ulnlni 440 a  res. more or leas.
Locatedlttta Jum , iw",
s��� ,    Co, ,:.      Inej at at  a poat  plan tod   at
��� thanorihw-t'oriier of William A. BOM Bb.1
iclaim   Uwn nhalna.   thenee wesl no
loutfa bo ohaina. thanoa eaai ho
Ichalns to the polnl ol ' ommencement, contain-
��� to.-stf 1 I
\ mmenelna at a i*o*.t   planted at the
I if William A. Bona-No Solatia,
I   ,.        itb w chaim. thenee areataO chains,
I lu., tbeiict- cast sjO chains to
I ��� . [commend ment, and containing 6*0
la, ���..
la ���    . oanienclni at a  JK>��1  planted  about
���hrojill" ��'-" -'I the   northeaat   corner of   Willi:.**, a r.'** So ii claim, thenoa aonth ffO chalna,
���th-nce e*��. �� chains,   theme   north  ho chains.
��� n chains to the point of oomnsaoa*
���c--*.: it, '.    intalntnic MO acres, more or leaa.
Lottll ll-lli J'ine.lWT.
omiiieucinc at a post  planted at the
1 i ������ if W lltlam A   Koss' No
Nelson Land iMatrlet.   District ot West Kootenay
Take notice that "David Henry Telford." 8a*-
katiron, hask., occupation lumberman. intetidK
to apply for a special Umber licence over the fol
low n.K described lands:
No 1 .'ornmuueing ata post planted about 3
chnins north ol the ur>rtbwest cornerof Timber
l.tmll ��ll(, wesl branch of Mule Hlocan river.
West Kootenay, thenee west HO chains, thenee
south HO chains, thence east 80 chains, theuce
north HO chains to point of commencement and
containing ftto acres, more or lea.
Hated July vtb, lair?     Daviu Hknry Tbifokd.
No. 2- ('ommeucln-t a peel planted on the east
bank of t'oti-;��r creek, and ou the north bouni-
ary of timber limit M��, west branch ol Mule
Blooan   river, thence north   100 ctia'ni,  thence
cast 40ohalna, thenea south ieo chains, thence
ereet40chaiacto place of counnenceineiit, and
eon tain nik 440 aerea. more or leas.
Dated July loth, iwj7. Darn tie.tar Tttfoan,
No X. "������.���.-.��� at a post planted on bank
of Ruasle cn-ek, about **> r-halna aouth of tho
south boundary o[ timber llmltHU7.west branch
of I.lttle Bloean river, theuce west Ho chains.
UoiM-e south *���' chains, thence east HO chains,
tbence   north  mi  chains   to  the   polnl  of  eom-
. .ment and containing *Ao acrea, inure or
Dated July Uth, W01, David IHm;y Telford.
No 4. ('ommeuclnft at a post planted about 3
chains east from east batik of Kussle creek, aud
on the weat boundary of limit s, theoce west *���>
chains,   tbence  t-outn Wl chains,   theuce  east Kt
ohaina, thenoe north no chains to point of com-
incnceineiit, ai. : ct-ntaluliiK '-��� ��� acres,'more or
Datad July nth, 1907. luvm Hknky Tai^oan.
No. tt. rommetictng at a poat planted about
do chains west of liooae Creek and about six
mile*, from Its mouth al Hlocan Kiver, said post
la about IU chalna west from D H Telford's timber application No-11. thence east -10 chains to
Umber application No. It, thence north .'-���
chains, tlieuce west *M) chains, tbence aouth ltXt
chains, to point of commencement, and contain
im: ft-K) acres, more nr le*s
Dated July nib. :���"'���'   Divm Hknry TlLFoan.
No. 14. Commencing at a post planted at the
���������.���'���**..-' corner of No. 13, theuce weat 40 chains,
thence north ISO chains, thence eaat 4u chains,
thence south 150 chains to point of commencement, and containing 140 acres, more or less
��� ated July 17th, 1'.sj7   Davin Ilayar i ai .-.ki..
A. MlLTon, Agent.
������'  ��� tiaitis.   ihence  eaat  HO chalus,
VO ebalni, thenee west ho chains to
I mi ut.   and    containing OK)
Ua   l me, IM!
lb|  al a  J-ost   planted   about
��� dujaimitb   I tin northwenl BOrnerol wll>
ba Kou'So 4 claim, thence north w chalna,
ptifo.'r ��*.���*��� **��� ebatm. thenoa M-ntti so chain*..
as to the point ol eminence-
���nt.and t-ontainlna U I acres, more or less.
\ Uxuiv' 1Mb June. 1W7.
-('onimeiii'liig at a post planted aboul 40
paJmi  itboftbi northwest oorner of William
. k-***  n.i ��, claim,  thanoa loath ���*�� chalna,
a west at) chains, thence north  ao obaina,
t ��� *-\ \. ��� limn�� to the poiu'  ol   comtiicuct -
hrnt, and contalnlna '"���id aerea, more or lcsw.
th lone, Ifltfl
Cot menclng at a poet planted aitout
eonllei ���������*: ..! tbi   northeaat cornet ol Wil-
Hoa Nn t claim, thenoe aonth an ohatn^
���-- them a north to ohaina,
���' itMi balm to the pi lni of commence-
toeDi. and contalnlna 540 aerea, more or leaa.
loetsted Uth June, bin,
s Coaimenclni at a  poat planted about
���*omiii*��*.-.t(l| the Qortheaal corner id Will tain
No. 9 claim, tbanee north ho chains.
, ebalni. thanea south ho chains.
Bene; aaat 80chaini to tha point ol commence*
-nenik-].! Dontainlna 640 acres, more or leaa.
U-cste.1 liil- June, 1'JU7.
���J      ' i tnroi Ddnf nt a poat planted about
'htmi south 01 ihe northwest corner of
aiiium a Ross'So 10 elalra, thence nnth 10
ftuim. thence a n so chains, theuce north no
M4ini.tti-.-u.'. .hm -vi chains to point of coin-
���aivnit-mi-tit in i coi-taiiitug 640aerea, moreorlaaa
*-**��*edltoft June. l'.s.-.
L*?*JaM^nunenotng at a post planted about
i ctilDi miith  .it  the northwest corner of Wil-
pw I   ..*.*  Mo. i" claim,   tnanoe  north 10
aaa ci, th-nee  ���. m  so chains,  thciicc south HO
I'Mioi.thfi,,-,., n-i ni eh a ins to the ptdnt ol com
,    -' ���'"������'  >ndeonUlnlni��40 acrea more or lesn,'
-hhdUiUftth iiny ol July. 100T,
William ashkiw Knsus.
!-.:*oq Uml DUtrlot,  District of Weat Kootouay
LjJJV10*10*tn*-'  *'��� K. F. Htewarl,   o|  ColliUK-
hnnir,i    : ���,HM1l'rition   IiiiiiIntiiuii, tntenda   to
1*1 timber li��enoeo<rer the fol*
KtlT--.a i   **"r*'***"* "���,"''    Rommanaloi ata poal
l... i Li ' "i " S10*" "tream Kt��..oi one mile aouth
I ���>����� Rivet neat the head waietsol uran-
lu��   ,K **''���**���*���'"��� '   h��   Ht.-warts n. B  angla
Khlth. .V"'v """l|  '" ohalna, thenca west 40
Bh.' .   '"" uth ao obaina, thanoa  west an
���i-hsi.   ."'"'" p""uh 4li ohalna, it  aaal ho
I      El��l      *���������   ,l""1'  '���'  ei,Hills,   tbelice   ttCRlW
Tt-,,.'  '" 1 J 'ommeneement, containing
nor; .���;,..
L"l-r2l^.lWI jA,,r., K  f sta��AHT.
I Dutrlct, District ot w cm Kootenay
l*,1^",,!";11"""""  ���"   K. r,  Hlewart.ol  Ootllbl
BSUt'lA*.' -   ttP*ttoo   I'ltubormnii.  intends  to
"""Ul tlmbei it. en, -/or the (ol
Nolut' 1*- hereby glveu inal 00 days alter date I
iutend lo appiv to thu Honorable the Chief Com-
miKslotier of lAnds and Works for a special
III enae to < ut and carry awav timber from the
lollowiug described land's In West Kootenay district:
No. 1 -~Commencing at a post marked W illlam
Wnimslcy, planted at Kokanee Creek Hiding on
the Procter extension, on the west side ol 1 <>i
mo:, on the south side ol the Weat Arm ..:' Kootenay lake, eoinineueing at the H E corner poat
runniiiR snuth -���������.:... .n- wesl HO chain*,, norlh Ho
etiains, cant so eha.ns to place of be-gttming.
Located ;trd June. 1907.
William Walmbl8y, l>>- Ktor.
JaMR.   lillBIIARD as Age��L.
|l��Wll.if ""''"d thnbe,   Llooo, V9T   the lol
lwsnt.,1   . ,V v'1 l***di:   Commanolni at n o-^i
l*�� *   n ""'"""i* ��w��oi fcamalTorert due
���chains e..?  ���4t,,1'��ialii   Meadow mine, about   to
m^un'nk il    """���������e -reek   markadJ. it. K,
|i!a-i  JS !h r ,;,",,,,"',l",|"-r weet�� ohalna,
���ni.'-,.,. ,  ,\\ K8hftlll��i thenoa weatS-i ohalna,
fi-wnce ��� 1,1h   .��' ���'I"ll,ia. Uicticc   east no  chain*',
ar^ieSuuairf.aSi11110 ���,U'" "' '���""1����'''"'''-
Jul* I*1, laml  ll>n,r--�� moTaoi Ian,
'��:��j| U11.1 Illstrlct. Dtsui^T^aTlri^ieiTaT
**^.��rl'uu\u]\"iU]m-n   Kwtl��. "���   *-l����.aane.
lH,����l tin     "r 1   ' n,1,""r' Uilctld* to  apply for a
n|Mii 1"''1"'" "v,r  iha toUowini da
'���������diisii,.r,i, ���r  '"'"'"'"������lug nt 11 pout tiluutcd KI
'! Bt��nSS Ukl ';' l,u".r ��1 th0 ,,,M Ul Hl,,,ru *nt-
1  lllll-"r limit No"Sni?"    ""r.'o-s.i   comer
I. their 8  eut   Hi)  chiitio
Stebaon Uml District. District of Wesi Kootenay-
Take notice thJM I'atil August 1-aiiiaon, of Kit
ehener, H. C*. nccupatten rumtierman, tuteiidH.
lo apply for a special Umber ihvuoe over the following d.-ctii'f 1 lan<la; commencing at �� i��-i
planted at the southwest corner of surveyed lot
nu-O J, thanea cast 40 chains, thon-*e north an
ci.ains, ihciiceeaat to M eaoiuheaat cor ner 01 said
lot, thenee north to the northeaat corner of said
lot, iheuce easl ic the weat boundary of pre-emption No. b92, theuce souih to the north boundary
ol ttmber licence No. HMH, thJaMOa weet alonu
aald north boundary lo the northwest corner ot
said hceti.��, thence sonth to the north boundary
of ttmber .lo*rn��*e No 701H Ihence weat lo a point
doe aonth of commencement, theuce north to
potnt 01 commencement, and containing (MO
acre**, mo-e or less.
Dated July and, I*r7.    .'art. Aroi'ST 1'ai'LSon.
Nelson laaud Dlatrlct    Dlatrlct of West Kooieuay
Take notice that Henry Keichert. ol Nelson,
B C., prospector, intends lo apply for a special
licence to cut and carrv away llmbor irom the*
following descrilted lands:
Nn. 9 Commencing at a post planted near th*>
northeast corner post of timber licence No. V2G4
and near Henry Keichert H. W. corner po��t, of
timber locution No. 7. ou main Lemon creek and
marked Henry Keichert southeast corner post
No ���, theuce HO chains north, theuce 80 chains
west, tbence HO chains south, theuce HO chalna
east to the point ol eoinmcUOcmeul.
Dated July a7,19U7.
No, lo Commencing at a post planted about JO
chains   more   or   less   south   from    the   north*
treat  oorpar ����'  i^**  -*''-   *i*:'-"  "" ,|1,iin  '-��� M
creek and maracd Henry Keichert eaat coruer
post so 10, thence 4*> chains norlh more or less
lo about midway ol lhe south boundary line of
timber licence no 1360, theuce UO chains weat.
thenoa -to chains  south, thenee 160 chains east
to point ol commencement.
Dated July nthiltO)
no ll Commencing at a post planted on Monument Break, about 7U chains, moro or less, south
(nun where Monument 1 reek, einptys lulo l-eru
on creek and near Henry Keichert northeast
corner ine.t ol Umber location No H, and marked
���'Henry Keichert northwest corner pool-90 tl."
thonce 160 chains south, theuce 40 chalna east.
thence Ion chains north. Ihence 40 chains weal
to the point o- commencement.
Dated July a7th. 1W7.   ���
Hbnhv BBH HkHT, Mn-ator.
One   Medical   Authority  Champions  the
Despised   Drug���Valuable   aa  Aid
in   Fever.
In tho Mt'dlcit,! Brief of a roof-nt date
is tht- flrut of a series of art!cos on
"Opium EatlnK and SmoklnK," by Donald Maclaren, M. A., M, IX, of London.
The first arllcle consists of selections
from a paper on opium read several
years ago by the late Surgeon General
Sir William Moore, K. C. I. E.. at the
Imperial Institute, London. Dr. Moore
spent tho greater part of his life in
India, and was universally regarded as
the great medical authority of everything appertaining to drugs and medicine.
In this paper Sir William compared
opium to alcohol, nicotine and tea,
claiming that, when not smoked in excess, it la not only not harmful, but
beneficial, being a prophylactic against
fevers, and "enables people to do with
less food than they would otherwise require." Yes, but what Is their condition meanwhile? He says be frequently
smoked opium, and It had no more effect on him than If he had smoked so
much chopped hay, or tea leaves.
One, Sir George Illrdwood, Is also
quoted, to the effect that opium smoking Is a "strictly harmless Indulgence."
Perhaps, we may next look for a
medical eulogy of a course of cigarette
smoking, as a treatment for sickly boys.
Really, it Is difficult to know what
fool ideas in regard to health and disease will not receive Borne eminent
medical sanction���provided, always, it
is not a natural Idea. We may admit
that the effects of opium smoking on
white   people   is   more   disastrous   than
1 Land DUtrtot, Dial
west lftO
icnce cant ]tto
outaiuliiK i--*1-
I tl
'��������<-' smit    -i,,..1 ,h' ''"*11'1'   ""st   HO   chain.*.
F>Ua.MaanhiiSifi%Hto -*--���*���' ��'- Qomtnenoa
 ' lull,  kririi
���>������-��    , .,���;       "'''  '""'."''"'WoitKooiciay
If"-..... "l '.i''.',1', Al''-��"'i"r ani-api., ���i
I I','",'" l��iw  ,,;,,,'!" ''"JI'i'v ���wail "'I
llarrn,:       "-u���   BTM   lli0   lollowin, ilu.aTll.ad
l^'���''-^':i"v;'''1',^;,,,,,,', l'"",1 *"*��*-�� -.ib.���..
I u "''"'"" '"ii. ��� 1 .���,'",,V.','" ",'"".""��� ,,"'",���,��� """'
. ����� sir..., ��� I  aia  ,.l li,.,|uiilnK,  t.oulaltllllK
;���"",".::;',;���."��...! \ni;, ,.,���
i'!"'" '""..' lotS'oW '""" I'1""""' ���". Ol. ban I
;"', in- . i,',",',',";k, about four mil.
m"ii'N,''''��'r.s. ii- ���'"' "'" "-W"	
I !:,v::';"":��'"Xk
, ,"r,'"".,i*!:��,'1,r1l "f1'."��".
,    ' ""nil li.ri ,.!'���" .'"'"l I'laliK-a! mi Ilia, ...ink
1... 1 .;.w""".'i... .ii,' ,'',r''".''. "'""" '��'" nil*"
" .'"h*."��      ���?.       "'" Nl"'"  ''"'''��. lba-11.'..
1-1 a,     *.' I'lialn.      ,    ,''   "J.I   ��r.-ll.ill.s.   tE.BO.
.   ,..'" '"���Klaiiiii���      :',"rf "" "I".!"* tn .....
ft  , "' """""".IKIH.. ai-ia-s,  ini.n,
*U"'*U,U��� UttJ,,  ,,,���_
AI'*��M.Ki,ili,,,.��s,.���, UH.alor.
a. Ha.-arrr, Agout.
li,..','"" ""'  ���""'" I'" a'k, th.'IH .
alia.,   av.-s.   UobUn,,   llii.lll.a.
I""'','  .Ml   S-.  i-hnliiK i���   u,���
'".IIIIIK  I'.."  .ON.,  lllnr..
I Wa'St Kn..l.'liav
Take iiollra l.aal I. Ilarnl.l N. KalgiH-nmliv, nf
1-,-nrl,., !...'. 1-liTk, lula.11,1 In appll l.ar a sp.-.-lal
rrr,.I..T   I10.SM nvair   th.   Ml.... Ilia   .Ifsa-rllKid
"j" "'..miiiiin.-lim ala pan PlUUd a! Iha. a...n-
!l,ia.ll..o..!ll.|. H...I.I lOtj "1 """,Vc,';k ���Sff?'
two mill's lium  Us |..iiil.iii-iii-ai  with  Un.  Main
i-r.-.-k   Ibirn oiiilnn a-liiiliis,  tliinipo
a-lisltls. tlli'Ila..   11.Till 41) .hallis,
a'hallla In 111.' I'law all |���-K 11. t.l iik
aiTa.s, m.��r�� a.r leas.
U.i-al...l Aniiiisl nth. 1907
..  Oommanolni .1 a po,! Wantad op tt. bank
..! Ilia- naarlh li.rk nil nru iT.-a-k abmit twn mlla.a
rrnin us 1-t.i.tliii.noaj wllh thai M.iln iTaaok, l.cnra
anill'iK) rhallia, Ibaiiin. ava'Sl ran, halns, Ibi.u.o
nnrlh an rhalna.   IhaMii--. aasl Nl ..11111118 In tha,
,,l���, HaiKlllllltlR.  anlltallllUK  IM"  "<'��>��.  mu">
or lt'ss.
la.oato.1 AiiBUst 17th, IW.
il. Oomm.ncliiK al a pn.i ,.lHiit-��< nn lbo Imiik
of th. nnrth fn.k .,! I'nrn i;r...-k al-.iil '"".""
(rnin ll. i i.llllnonr.. wllh Ihe Main .r.-.-k, i.th-i-
will, In rhalua. ihenoe easl ��' ���'b��l"-. ��..�����''������
tsnr.l. BO i-halns. lhenn- wa-st Nl ilialus In thu
pita, ul beil.iililliii, i-unlallllllg MO aa-ras, more or
^"...""aVn'ni^iee'tl.'ri'l'ie'ff:!.. Sthlln'S
suuth lOa-liiilns, ll 0.  west 161) ehalns  to  lhe
"lie., .il toglimln.. ,.nn.,.l.llng M0 aeres, more
or lesa. .    .
1I..U-.I August Mtt, 100..
0 fJOmroonOtM at a BO.t lalanle! on n.MpK
nl thai nnrth lurk nl ('nru a-rea.k alsiut six mllea
Vrnii, ll" enn.lue.ieii with the Main*���*�����* ��" '"'
s.iiilhsil ehuliis. thenee easl Wl a naln��.
nnrlh Wl eh.ilns. ihcnee wesl �� abalii
plaee .alhoglliuliig, eolllalllln. "10 Birra
0 Locat*d Aniiiisl I'tb, i��n.
7. aoramuolBi at a peal ft*��^SF.ft*SiiM
south IP ohaina, khanot west toio    '", ��� lin the.
lo  the
,   Hi.nt*
halns to the
south wi      '���������        ,   . ,
���i.,ni.   Hit  ri'Hiir.    thence   CiihI  nn i
Si2"\7beginninit."onuti.liiB *-'*> ���������� ��o��
"bolted August 10th. g^po��� IjOCatorp
A. HaoKftrr, Ageul,
Nelson Land District District ol Weat Kootenay
Tako notice th��t wo. Archlbuld Hiemner and
Qaom YooniC. bntti ol Ibe city of Nelson, lu tbe
Province of British tiolnmbla, lumbermen, intend io apply tor sneeit.1 timber licenses over the
following naanillion lands:
1 i'oinmvncing si �� post planted about 2S0
vards westerly Irom the junction of the O'trth
and main lorlts ol Muminit creek, a creek flo". lug
into Kootenay river south ol the southern end of
Kootenay lake in the district ol Wesi Koote nay,
which juncilon is about 18 or --' miles from the
mouth of such creek, thence south 40 chaini.
ttience east 160 chains, thenee north 40 chains,
thence west 160 chains to the point of commeace-
uietit and c��>ntaiulng ���'������<��� acres more or -eu
An   ii;i'-*U.   lir.KMNKK.
Dated this .Mh dav ol August, 1907.
2. Commencing ata post r'ant-y. aUmt 2M
yardN westerly from the mnln and north forks of
Summit cruek. a creek flowing Into Kootenay
river souih ol the southern end of Kootenay lake
tn the district ol Want Kooleuay. thence south Ho
chains, iheuce wesi 40 chains, ihence south 40
cbatus, thenee waat40 Ohalna, theuce north 8U
chains, thenoe eu*>l 40 chains, thence north 40
chains, tbence east 4<> chaius lo lhe point of com-
mencement an'- containing 6 ui acres more or
It.-,*,. Oangwa Yocno.
Dated this r*lh day ol August, MB.
:t t'ommenclng at a post planted aboul 900 feet
BOTth Irom the bank of the main Hummit creek,
and uliswut 2 miles westerly from the Junction of
the uortn lork and tbe main fork of such creek,
a creea flowing luto Kootenay river south of the
southern end of Kooteuay tefco In the dtatrtel of
Went Kooteuay. theuce sou in HO chains, thence
east H0 chains thence north la) chains, thence
waatS) chains to the point Ol commencement
auj containing 040 acres more or leas.
A)[t HlKAt.li   ltKKMSKR.
Dated this Mh day of August, 1907,
4 Commencing at a poet blanted about 2 miles
p   au   unnamed   creek   Ilowtng   luto   .summit
��� reek from lhe sotith at aoo*it B miles from lhe
mouth of Hummlt creek which   latter Is a creek
Bowlna into Kootanaj river south ol the southern end ol Kootenay lake iu the district of West
Kootenay. thence north SO chains, thence east K0
chains, theuce south SO chains, thence West HO
chains tt) the polnl ot commencement and con
mining 640 acres more or leai.
(JKORUK *. ' 'r--'..
Dated th��s Mb day of August, 1907.
6 Commencing nt a post planted two mllei up
an unnamed creek flowing into Summit creek
from the south at about 22 miles iroin the month
of Summit creek, which latter ti a creek Iloulna
into Kootenay river south of the unithcrn end
of Kootenay Take In the olstrlct ol West Kooteuav thenea south -������ ihains, theuce east 80
chains, theuce   north t*0 ehalns.  tbeuee wesi 80
��� halns io lhe point of commencement nnd containing 040 acres more or lens.
An. nin-.ii> Bkimnkk.
Dated this Mh day ol August, 1907.
It Commencing at a DOtl plained about oue
and a halt miles up the north fork ol Summit
creek a ereek tlowlng Into Kootenav river south
ol the southern end of Kootenay lake In lhe district of Went Kihitensy, iheuce east 80 chains,
thence   souih   4tl chains, Ihence east  40  chains,
thanoa aouth eflohatnii thence we*.t8o chains,
lh��*nce norlh 40 chains, iheuce west 40 chains,
thence north 40 chains to lhe point ol commenco-
ment and containing 'HO acres more or less.
OnaiajBi XOOSM,
Dated iblsHlb day ol August. 1907.
7 Commencing  a) a poal   planted about one
mUeenda tiaii up tha north fork ol Hummit
creek a creek (lowing Into Koolenav river south
of the southern eiid of Kootenay lake. In tbe
district ol West Kootenay, ihence north 4o chains,
ttu-nce west 40 chalus, ihence north 40 chains
thence east Hi chalus, thence south 40 ehaius,
tbence east 40 chains, thence south lo chains,
tbence west 80 chains to the point of commenco-
inenl and containing 040 aerea, more or leas.
Dated this oth day of August. 1W7.
AH'II1II4I.[> HllstMNKIl
8. Commencing at a post planted about a
.inarler o(a uitle westerly from lhe uorth fork
..I Hummlt creek, and about I wo .titles and a
half up such north fork irom IU Junction with
the main Summit creek a creek Mowing Into
Kootenuy river, south of the southern end of
Kootenay lake In the district of W est Kootenay,
thence north 80 '.-halns, thence east 80 chains,
thenca south 80 chains, ihence west 80 chains to
the point of commencement, nnd containing 640
acres, more or less
Daled tlilsOth day ol August. U07,
(iROHOI   . ni  N...
9 Commencing at a post planted about a
narter of a mile westerly   from   the north   fork
of Summit crook aud about threw miles tip such
north fork from Ha Juncilon with the main Hum,
mtt creek, a creek ifowlng Into Kootenav river,
south of the southern end of Kootenuy Inko In
tho district Wen KOOtenay- thence west 00
chains, thence north 80 chains, thenco east HO
chains, thenco aouth 80 Onalna to tho poiut of
commencement, and containing C>40 acres, more
" Dated this 6th day of August, 1907,
All.   Illl'-U.M  Hl:l MNH!
10 Commencing al a post planted about a
ouarter of a mite westerly   from the north   fork
01 Summit oraes and about three miles up such
north fork from Its Junction with tho main Hummit creek, a creek flowing Into Kootenay river,
aouth oi the southern and ol Kootenay lake, ln
the district ol West Kootenay, thence west 40
chalna. theuce south HW chain*, thenco east 10
chains, thence nonh 100 chains to tho point of
commencement, ami coutainlug f.io acres, more
or loss
Dated thla 30th day ol August, 1907.
Alt. ll I ua 1 r BltVMNKH-
11 CoiimeticDiK nt I post planted about hall a
mtle oa-.terly from the south fork of summit
creek and about one mile loilh of tl. main
Hummit creek, a creek Ilowtng Into Kootenay
i iver south of the southern end of Kootenay lake
In tho district ol West Kooteuav, thence east 80
chains, theuce south |0 chains, tlieuce west 80
chains,   tlieuce   north 80 chains   to thu point of
commencement andoohtainlng ���-io aero* more
Ur I'-hh. AHCItlllAI.O Dkemmi.
Dated thli -lit day of August, im,-..
on Oriental, but to compare the results
of the execessive uie of alcohol, or
nicotine, or tea and the excessive use
or opium Is altogether misleading. For
one De Quincy, who succeeded���at
awful cost���In emancipating himself
from the excessive opium habit, there
are hundreds who break away from alcohol and tobacco, and tea and coffee.
But, says Sir William Moore, using the
drug that way is far more harmful than
smoking lt. If however, you get the
opium smoking habit, you will soon begin to crave it In other ways, which are
more convenient.
Any observant |>erBon, who has lived
even for years on the Pacific Coast,
knows the results of the opium habit.
The government of China has been
aroused to the crying evils caused by
this drug, which was wick.dly forced
upon the Chinese, for selfish reasons, by
the Hritish government, at the point of
cannon, a crime that will always be
pointed to as an indelible stain on the
escutcheon of a nation that preceded
America in freeing her black slaves,
and is today the most active in sending
missionaries to foreign lands. The
Chinese emperor has lately given his
subjects a certain limited time in which
to abandon the opium smoking habit,
under severe penalties. The action is
founded on the discovery of an asserted
sure cure for the opium habit, in tbe
shape of au herb, which Is common in
the Onlent. The Chinese government is
said to be furnishing the remedy free,
not only in China, but in other countries where there are Chinese colonleB.
Notwithstanding the enthusiastic
claims that are made for this herb, as
B remedy for the opium habit, the editor
is unable to bring himself to believe
lhat It will be any more effective, in
the permanent cure of the habit���unless
it Is replaced by another aud perhaps
worse habit���than has been the numerous widely advertised cures for the al-
ctihol, nicotine, morphine and opium
habits which have lined the pockets of
those who sell them, or to the numerous
toxins and serums, that are introduced
from time to time, only to be abandoned after having done much harm.
This is not nature's way to restore
hpatth. And there Is no other way.
The only way to remove the craving
for alcohol, or nicotine, or morphine, or
opium, or any other drug, is, first, to
take a protracted fast of several weeks,
thus purifying the system, meantime
taking sweat baths and enemas. Then,
to adopt a simple, non-stimulating diet,
free ef condiments, and abounding in
the organic salts, that go to feed the
nerves. This Is a sure cure that will
be permanent���so long as it is persisted
in. Moreover, it will not only remove
a bad habit, but will vastly benefit a
man otherwise���physically, mentally
and morally.
Nelson Land Dlilrlct. Dlitrict ol West Kootenay
Take notice that Patrick Sberan, of Nelson,
B. I'., occupation prospector, intends to apply
for a special timber licence ovor the following
daaorloed lands: Commencing at a pout planted
at the N.W corner post of lot 0893. being Patrick
Bheran*l N. K, corner poet running south 80
cbains, thence west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 cbains to point of commencement.
Dated August Slst, 1907. HaratCK Shiran,
Kb;, k Si iiam>. Agent.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Claim No. 1. Tako notice that Peter Lund, of
Wardner, B.C , occupation lumberman, intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the
following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the north-ea>terly post of lot 012
and 100 chains south of timber licence No. 7018,
thence south 100 chains, thence east 40 chaini,
theuce north 160 ohaina, theuce weit 40 chaini
lo the point ol commencement, and containing
040 acres, mor* or less.
Dated July 80th, l��ki7. Dnaii Luvd.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Claim No. a.    Take notice that Peter Lund, of
Wardner, B. C, occupation lumberman. Intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the
lollowtng described  landi:    Commencing ata
post planted on an east   boundary of lot 812,100
naius south of timber licence 7018 and 40 chains
west of location post claim No. 1. thence north
���>.i chaina, thence east 80 chains, thence smith 80
ehains, ihence west 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing &40 acres, more
Dated July SOth, 1907. Parse Lt'ND.
Nelson Land District.   DlBlrlct of West Koo'enay
Claim No 3. Take notice that Peter Lund, of
Wardner. K C, occupation lumberman, Intends
to apply for a special timber licence over the lol-
Inwfni daaeribed land**: Commencing at a post
plan ted on an east boundary of lot 812, NO chaini
north id iiiv location post claim No.-j, theuce
north 80 chaius, theuce cast 80 chaini, thence
south W chattiH, thence wesl HO chains to point
of commencement, and containing 610 acres,
more or less.
Dated AngOlt 1st, 1907. I'm:*. LCND.
Nelaon Land District. Dlitrict of West Kootenay
Take notice that James Keeth, of Hpokane,
Wash., occupation, miner, intends to apply for a
special Umber lloenoeorer the following described land": Commencing ata poat about IH
rods norlh of the ceuierol the north shore lino ot
ii,.un.im ��� 1 'i I- I'"'- at the southeast corner of
Timber i Imit No 8074, and marked Jiraei
Keelh'sH W. ''ornerpoat, thenee north 00Ohalna,
theuce east no chains, theuce south 80 chains,
theuce west HJ chains to point of commencement, nnd Boniainfttf MO acres, mora or leu.
July 80. 1901. James Krrrii.
Nelson Land District. Dlitrict of Weit Kootenay
Notlco Is hereby given that 80 days alter date 1,
loon I'.Hwcdlarit, miner.of Neleon, a.c . intend
to appiv to the Hon. lh" chief Commissioner of
Und and Works ior a special licence to cot and
carrv away Umber from the following described
lands situiitid on Hummlt creek, in tho Weit
Kootena*. District:
No. 1 Commencing at a poit market J P. B'l
tlmbei limit, northeaat comer -��ost. located on
west fork of Summit creek about t-sro miles Irom
main cr-'ck, thence ruuulng south 80 chains,
thenee running west 40 chalus, thonce running
uorth 40 chains, thenco west 40 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thenco running east 40 chains,
thenco running south 40 chalna, thence eait 40
chains to place of commencement.
Located on tbe Will -lay of August, 1907.
ioh" P. HWRnaaao, Locator.
per his agent I'M re McDonald
No.'J. Commencing at a post marked J P. B's
timber limit, north wont corner poat, located on
west fork ol Summit creek, about two mllei Irom
main creek, tbeue* running south 80 cbains,
thonce running east 8J ohalna, thenco running
north no chains, thitice running west ho chains
to place of commencement.
Located on the 2l��h day of August, 1007.
John p BwannERo, Locator.
per his agent Prick McDonald.
Taae notice that tra F, Taylor, clera. of Arrow*
bead, B. C , intends to apply for a special licence
to cut timber from the lollowiug described
No. 1. Commen.'lug at a post planted 70 chains
distance lu un easterly direction from Cariboo
lake marked -Ira K, Taylor's, W. Parkins' 8 W.
corner." bounded on tho south by T. L No 7��8fi,
on the west by P. L. ^ o. "r.7^, thence north 80
chains, thence east SO chains, theuco south 80
chalus, iio n.e west 80 chalua to potnt ot com*
No. 2. Commencing at a post planted SO ihalni
distant-������ and In a easterly direction from Cariboo
lake marked "W. Parkins'. Ira K. Taylor's S. W.
corner posl," bounded on the welt by T. L, 7667,
south by Ira K. Taylor*! and W. Parkins' T. 1,.
No. 1, thenee uorl.i 4<) chaina, thenoe eaat HO
chains, theuco south 40 chaini, thence west HO
Ohaini to polut of commencement.
Queen's Hotel
Bakar Street, Ko.on. B. 0,
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
Law. and Comfortable Bedroom, and Flnt>
Rla..lilnliia Boom. Hample Boom. Ior Commercial   Mao.
MBS. I. C.CLABKI. Proprletreu
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 centa upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. KBIOKSOX, lYa-prletor.
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court House
and Post-office, Nelson. B. C.
Ttcssont House
European end American Plan
Meali as cti.    Rooms from 25 eta. to 11
Only White Help Employed.
Baker St., Nelaon Proprietor!
Battlett   House
Best Dolbr-<i-Day House io Nelson.
The Har Is tbe Pineal.
While Balp Only Employed.
Josephine Bu
Nelaxra. B. O.
Royal Hotel
Bate. |1 and 11.50 a Day.
Special Bate, to Regular Boarder.
Most comlortable quarter.      Na-lsa.ii.
Only the beat of Liquor, and Ligars.
"-V*-G0MING S00N-**aJ-
1 Ms-guilicent Prodactioi nder Cams
MABKB and hla Funny Soaker
UNCLE TOM and hi. Ox Oartl
2 p. m., AFTERNOON, NIGHT 8 p. m
THURSDAY    a ���*****%
SEPT. 1 ^
���i    inn "   '
All Kinds of Heating Plant, ln Stock.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooera Houaa.     T.l. 181.
F. C GREEN       F. T. BURDEN       A. H. GREEN
Civil Engineers. Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
P.O. Box 145   rhoac 2.1 B.
We have had placed in onr hand, one of the prettiest beat paying
This is up for a quick Bale on account of owner's ill health. Call and get
foil partiinlars. If yon have (6,000 we can make a good easy deal with yon
for this property.
8.  M.  BRYDGES,
Brydges, Blakemore & Cameron, Ltd.
Flre, Accident, Life and Employers' Liability Insurance
Let us quote you rates in the best board companies.
Choice Fruit
I Have 10,000 Acres
of the
Choicest Pratt Lands In
British Colombia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
Nelson, B. C.
$<300.00 CASH
And the balance on Eaay Term, wlllpurchaae an 8-roomad    houae    with   S
bedroom., In a    good    location,cloae to th* car Una.
PRICE $1900
H. & M. BIRD
We offer you best fruit lands;
best terms; best location; best
climate. Absolute titles. You
don't have to use all of your means
ln paying Tor land. We want you
to put lt Into development. We
also have tracts of 50 to 6000 acres,
prices and terms the best. We own
these lands and handle nothing on
If you don't see Frultvale you
miss the best In B. 0.
Kootenay   Orchard
Ward Street, Nelson, B. C.
For Sale
25 ft. lot on Carbonate St $175.00
50 ft. lot on Latimer St.. fenced
and cultivated 1450.00
Cottage,  3 rooms,   eloctric   light,
water    $750.00
C\ acres within one mile of city; suitable for market garden.  Terms given.
Real  E.tate  and  General  Agent.
315  Baker St.,  N.l.on,  B. C.
A. H. Can. Sec. C. E.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office: Bealey Building.   P. O. Box 434
Baker St.. NELSON, B. C.
lu the matter ol an application (or tho Is-hip ol
ilupli(*ato of tho certliU'HU-B ol Title for Lots R. 7,
8, ami i?,Block2, lown ot Kitchener (��ap*w��)
and Lol.1,187, Group One, In the D - t*t of Koitte-
Notice Is hereby Ktven that It my Intention
to Issue nt the expiration of one month after the
first publication hereof.duplicate,*- of ("ertlflcatei*
of Title nf the above lots lu the name of Jot-eph
Walker which certificate*, aroilatctl Snd day ot
June, 1903 aud numbered 2.H) A nn.l -Jl*:. \ respectively.
Land Rpfflitry OI1.ee, Nulnni-, ��. 0 ,*��rd July,
"H   P.MacI.wip."
I-istiu-t Kegn-trar.
To Winnipeg and points in
Ontario, Quebec, Matithne
Provinces, Central and Eastern States, August 8th, 9th
and 10th, September 11th,
12th and 13th.
Full particulars as to stop overs, etc.,
on application.
Splendid New Soo-8pokan. Service,
45'/2 Hour. Between St. Paul and Spokane. Catch the Flyer at Cranbrook for
All Point. Ea.t.
Daylight service between Nelson and
Spokane including 60 miles on Kootenay Lake In elegant new steamer Kus-
l.aiiiink. Fare $6.60. Return $12.4r,.
Good tor 30 days.
Scenery through Arrow Lake, and
Itucky Mountain resorts unexcolled in
the world.
B. J. 0OYLE, J. MOE,
A.U.P. A..Vancouver. U. P.A.. N.laon
Piano and Singing Lessons
Given by  Mr.. Wint.r  Every Saturday
Mrs. Winter holds certlflcate from
lloyal Academy for pianoforte playing
and singing. Certlflcate from Trinity
College, London, Eng.. for theory of music. Scholarship of the London Conservatoire ot Music for singing and piano
playing.        Addr... Box 796. N.laon.
In the matter of an application for the laaue of
duplicates ol tho Uertltlcatt a ol Title to lota 11,
li aud 13, -croup 1. Wmt Kootenay Dlitrict, also
known as the * Xootenay Chief," "Cuttifort" aad
"Lulu" mineral clalma respectively.
Notice is hereby given that It la my Intention
to Issue at the expliatlon ol one mouth afur the
flrut publication hereof a duplicate of Certificate
of Title No. r*.*>lH ot an undivided Bl-lOOtha in
each of the u-ovelots, issued on the 17th day of
May, A D. lmuntheDHmeofJohnCAinaworth.
and also a duplicate ot Certificate of Title No.
tiUOOa of an undlvhlt-d 19-lunha In each of the
above lota, lxi*ue*l on the 17th day of May, A. D
18SC. in the name ol Oeorgu J. Ainsworth.
L��,..d KCRlftry Onlcc, N*.laou,B.C. Auguatfith,
"H. F. M&cLsop,"
District Heflatrat.
fei    i
ill- -I
Lest You forget
The   Birthstone
for    September
Take a look in Patenaude's Window  and see those Fine
Sapphires, $2.00 to $45.00 each.
Watchmaker and Optician
is mannlai-.ura.al  Ira.m  'Ha. nnaasll.ibaa.-e-o.s-.il-
rliiru.-.l anal .la-iv--..- ten. '..     It s rral.a, full-
flavored anal eoOO.    a loljai-eo you
ought io try
Tobacconist.   BaV.er Street.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay  Ice, Fruit,
Fuel &��� Poultry Co., Ltd.
N. E. co.. Baker   and   Ward   Sta.
See Us
For Good Frttit Land
io Acre Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & &
Next Door to Bank of Commerce
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils torj
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will find it to their advantage to u&e our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
5-Rooru House and 3 Lots, Observatory street. House
well plastered and in good
shape.     $1,000.    Good
Dealer, in .tuple and fancy QrOtterlM
Butter, Eggs.
Oamp and Miners' Supplies.
Cor. V.rnon   ana Ward Str.9a.fa,
MdLSON. t��. O.
U. G. McKiie. Portland; E. P. Watson.
Kaslo: C. S. Lyons unit wife. Bandon; C.
W. Va-ysey. C. M. Miller. H. Hennett,
Vancouver: J. Coegrove, Calgary: C.
W. Woodland. Winnipeg; II. P. Mc-
Craney, H. W. Grlgor, R. Evans. .1 A
Kinney, Rosslund; S. Wharton, M.int-
11 al: J. Johnson, .1. .1. Kennedy. W. B.
Pool. L. Winchester, E. H Qraaty,
Spokane: ... Ox. W. B. Short. F. Robinson, R. Rogers. W. W. Milichamp. Ta>
ronto; G. H. Murphy, Washington; G.
Plain, l.illooet.
r. ���'  ~
Best  Located  Hotel in Nelson
I'lKarr llle'managa-ma-nt of   K   K. Noble,
lata.- ol Toronto. Ottawa an-!
J. Morgan. London; S. Stapleton, Victoria; I.. Smith, Montreal: II. Neilson.
Brandon; J. McGuigan, G. J. liooth.
Vancouver: M. H. Sanborn. Sarnia; G.
W Worater, Grand Forks; A. II. Mac-
kanzie. Rosslunil; M. A. Parklna, Liverpool; A. Mclainald. S. Smallwooil. Winnipeg: A. McLeod, J. N. Oldham. E.l-
nii.nton; J. H. Reid. Pictou; R. Johnson and wife, Montreal. C. F. Hooper.
Spokane;   F. A. A. White. New  Denver.
II. E. lieck, Colorado:  J. W. Bennett,
Slocan:  T. J. Graham. Wlnlaw;  Mrs. J.
E   Tuuersal, Slocan;  J. II. R. Stewart.
Toronto;   S.  Dare. II.  Baker, S.  Baker.
Mrs   W.  J.   Cook.  Grand  Forks;   J.   F
Saunders   and   wife.    R.   C.   Hamilton.
Hpokane;  N. C. MacLeod, Seattle.
.1.  Pepken,  Sayward:   G.  S. Coleman,
Ymlr;   s   P.  Shelton. A. C. Button, A
In.run.  Slocan;   R.   Pratt,  C. Smart.  A.
Erickson. G. Graham.  II.   lsnor.  Moose
Jaw;     A. Johnson.    A.   Swunson,    Ale.
Swanson.   Sandon;   C.   H .   Wilson   and
wife. Phoenix;  N. P. Walk. Vancouver;
R.   H.   Kennedy. London;   R.  Mosacrop.
F. Young. G. Taylor. Fernie. H. Forier,
Rathdum: W. A. Cochrane, Valdez.
M.  McPherson,  Erie;   S. John. Ross-
lanal;  H. Nixon. Toad  Mountain;  L.  D.
Ford, Crawford Bay.
T   Renwick. Ymlr H. J.  Broadheugh.
Liverpool;  E. Illnes. G. Powell, Sandon.
J. A. Jones, A. Ixickman. Dakota;  G.
Smith. W. Ri'stor. Boaebery;  E, Wimt,.-
ers, Korh Siding: J. L. Wright, R. Moor.
Cranbrook: M. Danagh. Sandon; J. Far-
rell. .1. Corcoran, Spokane; 11. J. Jerrold
Stephens.     N.   Powers.
M     I'r.l.   Toronto;   J.
MoOUUs,     liulTalo:   J.
Crack;   H.   Vlltvin.   L.
Kdin.inion;    W.
Cranbrook:   W
McGlllis.   A.   A
Stewart,  Maple
Vittvin. ('.  Liuliln.-.  Poorinaii.
General Job Work, Chimney Sweep-
ana, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning  Stove., etc.
1*1  Ea.t Bak.r 8L Phone No. A114
We  have  them  in   6fb   and  8   Ib   Size..
Quotations   given on    any   Electrical
Heating Device on the Market.
LOPT ���A pair of long, brown n-ove-i, between
ViC-n-rii, ati-l corner ol Hurili-r >���'.,���'. CirboutMe
���met*.    Ktturu lo Canu'limi *>ft\rf.
The Daily Canadian
Board  of Trade.
The regular monthly meeting of the
board of trade will be held in the court
li. use this evening at 8.30.
Still   Searching.
The search for the body of BL Skatbo,
wini was drowned last Sunday, is being kept up by his father and friend-?.
No sign of it hag been reported.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you wanl to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old CurioBlty Shop. A new
line of Japanese GuodB now on Bale.
All kinds of Dlnnerware In stock. Pat
leraa. ___
1NEL.SOIN,    -    B. O.
GUI,I)   CHAIN,   between   Booftf   ��ni   Vernon
Btrttta    Huitabie n-wird will  be ���....���; lor iu
rwturn.    MrDerml'l A MeHnrrl-r.
A i i ..K \ TH'"' K .'..ri'-iiiuriif �� *lKU"l .'n>-'j W <>f
tlit- K��." ..ii'l Kellef Mlulli-t <'otr.i>-i.t.*,, pKr��ble
to n. C. Wmle, and letter**. Finder kindly
.'���ave ��.t No I'lace Inn.
TWO j-lkHi
Ply hoti-ifk
(  ..-.--   Kl'OMB.  p.'..*am heated
��� . i- ���    . i flat. K   W. Cblock.
Alberta Exhibit.
The display of preserved fruits from
Alberta which James McH.ee arranged
for on his return tour, arrived last
night and is now In the offlee of Secretary McMorrls. It is expected that similar exhibits will come from Manitoba
and Saskatchewan.
University Club.
The September meeting of the I'ni-
ven-ity club will be held in the city hall
Saturday evening at S o'clock. Rev. J.
T. Ferguson will read a paper on "The
Present Phase of the Socialistic movement." The usual Invitation to be present is extended to all who are interested.
S   i'.\]  ! Nl K   w)ih  tlJOto to   porohtM ��  fruit
rum-b DMT Houaa    A good upeeulatlnn.   Partner .>���*.. not )���. a'-ttTelr enfraJte*] on ranch.
For pariHularH apply T   ii. I'KOIVIER.
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
McPhee's L'ncle Tom's Cabin company arrived this morning and gave a
periormance this afternoon. At noon
there was a parade which attracted considerable attention. The performance
is equal to the best of the companies of
this kind. There will be another performance this evening.
Last Tuesday Rev. Mr. Shanks united
in marriage Miss Ida Hanson, of Nelson,
to J as H. Smeaton, sui>erintendent of
the Lac du Bonnet power plant, which
supplies the power for the city of Winnipeg. There were about forty guests
presen* and the bride was the recipient
of raatiV presents from her numerous
friends. Miss Hanson has been very
prominent in musical circles and she
will be greatly missed.
Special Service.
The directors of the Nelson Agricultural Society have arranged with the
C P. R. company to give a special service during Fair week, from Tuesday
moining to Saturday, the steamer Moyle
tearing Kaslo daily at 7 a. m., returning
leaving Nelson at 6 p. m.. making all
ca Is each way. Single fare return
ticket! will be issued for the service.
This will give the people of Kaslo aud
other lake point.**., and Sandon, a splendid opportunity to attend Kootenay s
chief Fair.
Excursion   Rate   for  28th.
The reductions in fare usually grant
ed for conventions have been secured
by the Liberal Conservative Association
of Nelson for the meeting the evening
of Sept. liSth to be addressed by R. L.
Horden. Those who come to Nelson to
attend the meeting are directed to purchase first class full fare tickets and
obtain certificates to that effect, and to
have such certificate signed by the sec
retary. Capt. D. C. McMorrls, with a certificate of attendance. The reductions
are granted as follows: Return will cost
two-thirds fare IT fewer than 25 attend
from outside points, one-third if between 36 and 100, and will be free if
more thnn 100 attend. There are the
usual restrictions that certificates from
astents must be on standard forms, that
tickets must be purchased within three
days of the meeting, and presented to
ticket agent in Nelson.
R. \V. Grlgor, of Rossland, is a guest
at the Hume.
H. P. McCraney, collector of inland
revenue at Rossland, is a visitor to the
A. P. MacKenzle came over from
Rossland last night and is at the Strathcona.
E. H. Orasty. Jr., of Spokane, who is
interested in some Sheep Creek valley
properties, arrived in the city last night
WANTED..A boy to  run  errands.  Ap-
pty  Daily  Canadian.
-aa������ _   _ ��� a****---!
W.   Q.    OILLETT
Bole agent for the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail ���---.:- Hough and drewed hunt--*, turned
work and br-u-keU. ('out lath and thlnglei, i-aib
and   door*,     ('ement,  brick   and   lime  fur  iale.
Automallr grinder
Yard and
H. O. Bog 2X2.
Ia.-U.ry: Vernon Ht. eait of Hall
Telephone 178
The Store of Quality
A 111-ll.   HOY       Api.lytl,.-  Strath.
TBA'    II 11    at M..-U.WS.     HO ptr  lunula.
.-W-....:.���). BVcr.Urr, Brie, 1' O.
Ram Lai Tea
Packed in the Gardens Where
It-Is Grown-Can Be Bought lor
the Same Money as a Cheaper
We Stake Our Reputation on
the Quality and Reccommend
It to All Tea Drinkers as Absolutely the Best Value Offered.
50c per lb.
Rob. M. Hood & Co.
K. W. C. Block . Pboaa 18
Green   and
Purple  Plums
at their best now. Don't delay.
First class stock guaranteed.
Corner Silica and Josephine Bts.
We have rummagpd through our stock
pr tty thoroughly and have culled out
quite a lot of odds and ends to be got
r.d uf to make way fur new i-uods coming in. These are nut old shopworn
g<��ods that are hardly worth carrying
away, but are for the most part comparatively new goods, and as fresh as
wh--n they were first passed into stock.
They consist mostly of articles that are
useful too, such as wall-pockets for papers, etc., ladies' side and back combs,
framed pictures, musical instruments.
purses,  brushes, combs, etc., etc.
It Is impossible to give prices in such
a way that they would mean anything
to you, but we are putting the various
articles In our window, with prices on
them, and you can see just what we are
if prices will do it, to clear these lines
out, and we have marked th^ni. in manv
Take a look and see if there is not
something that is just what you want.
W. G. Thomson
Nelson, B. C.
Editor The Daily Canadian:
The 20.000 club, wheteher lt ts called
by this name or not. is as necessary to
the advancement of Nelson as a merchant's advertising is to his business.
The citizens who have spent their time
and money In advertising Nelson for
the last four years under the name of
the Tourist association and the 20.00o
rluh have dune so because they thought
It was time and money well spent. At
the last meeting of the city council the
Trades and Labor Council opposed the
granting of monoy by the city for advertising purposes. They were perfectly justified in doing this, as was also
the city council on account of lack of
funds, but 1n making the assertion that
the money was wasted cannot be accepted as a reason for discontinuing an advertising bureau in this clly. The citizens who have contributed the money
and time were m.-n who have made a
study of advertising and know its value
and results. A crtain amount of all
advertising matt.-r is wasted in any
business. The big departmental stores
send out catalogue^ costing probably
25 cents each and six cents |��ost;n:.
Half of thew are thrown away but it
must pay them or they would discontinue this mean* of advertising.
I be-*; to offer as a suggestion that
the president call a public meeting of
the 20.000 c1 u.i and invite personally
every man doing business in Nelson and
the Trades and I*abor Council to attend
If the meeting Is not represented lt can
be taken as granted that an advertising
bureau is not desired in Nelson. On
the other hand if it is well attended
ways and means will undoubtedly be
found to earn on the good work.
WlioU-nali* am)   K*-U11 Dealern lu
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on shortest notice nnd
lowest price. Nothing but   fre-di und
wholesome meats and supples kept in bt<H'k
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E.  C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Is Remow/ied
ts Business Energy
Plums, per basket 35c
Peaches, per lb 15c
Pears, 2 lb. for 25c
Apples, 3 lb. for 25c
Qrab Apples, 3 lb. for   25c
Telephone nil.
One of Nelson's Pretty Home Cottages of 2 bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom; hot and
cold water; large basement. Nice view
of lake. $1,600, $900 down; balance on
easy terms. Certainly a snap. 3 lots
75 x 125. Apply to J. R. B., Daily
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
Agent for Tru.w*ott Laijn<-lii-��
��t. 1  )'"������ - ��� ���������'. <���*.:.���**.
Kin.���-���  1 '.: ol  Kotfctn Id R. 0.
Foot of Jo'fphine It-        T��ri    Ai*
Not ce It h*-r. ���������. v' -.������*) that after t;,. expiration
of alxty 'iaj* from tbe ���In'- ..*���-������.( ���-.*��� I-**.-" .
Lumber ' ������r.'i ���*..'..��� I-.;r.:'-"! lntenla to - . ��� . ��� to
the (f ���'.������*a ���...:( hlef romra .Miotier oi i-**.'!r ��ti<\
Worka a propoaal unMer tin* pro-riiiona of th��-
"Ki*rt:r�� an-1 Htreama Art" an-l Ameii'liri-t A.*u
foriherivljt to Im^ro-re lh* 8i.*****n rlri r frnir.
liif uiiij (lam of ik.'I '-ora-jar.** (altuai-
tliree mllea above ibe Junction of aald ��l'*-> an
rivet ** lib tbe Koolenar river.} 10 th*- Bionl
the Little Hlocau river.and to Improve the Llttla
Hlocan river and brancbea thereof to the north
��-rri boundary of nub lot 2, lot 710U, and tub In 1,
lot 71M group DIM. Kootenay dlatrlct, ana to
improve the irltmUrie** of aald rivt-ra; sad r.*
mave nbatructlona from aald rlvera and trlbn
Isrjss. and Uj make the name fit l"r driving itof
lug, aortitis' hoo-rlng add iai line lo**-.. titn��,,.r,
lumber, rail*, and trait*; alao lor tb<- rlg.tu to
collect Utile .hereon.
Tbe landa to be Kff>cted are the following:    (a)
Loii 3n*I. 7389, 6*W, 'J-tf-1, Ot*>V, MAlt,. ���>���-;,  .,(.       ...
Itta Tow, :*��.*���, ��I2, all ln Oroopoiis, Kootenay
dlatrlct;   alao   landa   covered   by   pm-tnnpUoiia
tKirnlHTed 4G, KM, HA. IM, 143. IM and -'oit; ���|.���
land" covered bv timber liccn*'* iiumb-r' 1 'i**.'^,
ViM, bltHi, .V-fVi, .'toW, ft.'81, and .V-H8; H\-> lurid*. ,.*
tbe crown.
liate.1 tbla 6lh day of July. 1907.
by IU (Killclt ir. ft. W. IUmnii-otoi.
Call at our large storerooms on
Baker Street, and see the largest stock
of Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums,
and the celebrated Buck Stoves. Our
Fall stock is now opened up.
During Fare week we pay freight for
50 miles from Nelson.
Complete  House  Furnishers and Undertakes.    Agents   Mason   &   Rlsch  Pianos
All  the authorized Text  Books for
Public and High Schools.
Mail orders promptly filled.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER  and  WARD. Phone Bl
A.   ISAAC R.   W.   HINTON ~��^��**S^<v.Nv*rfv.
>-*.--l,., I,-Ilk   t.,t��.l JubNlIB ax.uuttttl will*  llacapiatch.    M|,K., .,.,
work. Allr.l.s|, .....1  Mill Maachln.ry.      Mnr.ut��uturil-i7.i
Or.   Onrra.   U.   U.    Uaiaitraulora'   Car...
Coroai of Ka'l and
Fr.int -tr.M-H.
NELSON,    B. C.
Lumber, Shingles.
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Windows,
M��il Order, promptly aikudwu
*��'l��l.H����M. H. O.
Turned Work and t)rraclc<>t��.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company. Limited.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores,
The "Bare" Wear On
would tie enough to reconimeiiiwi.(la*-
I..i>k I nn i.n.l aiisy lit'lriK Shoe., bit tot
I. a .lylt.hn.iBt) abuul Ihem .nd a luting Hhapt'lin.'.!. lhat la urn's u: t*u
very |M>|iular aintiiiK "men who km)**
They are mad., on the newest lua."(
the best leather., and conlorm lo 4��
maast approva>d .tyl.��� ���. Ir men's looi.ai.'
We are ready lo !H .11 feet, mi *
prices lhat make Shoe, loo* like��ttf-
Whoiuaal* Provlalona,
Government Creamery One-Pound Brick. receWeal weekly fr**h from Uk
aliuria     For wile by all leading grocer..
Office and warehouw: llonatini Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street. Nelson, B. C
Our shipment of these has beeu delayed in transit but w*
them now, and in order to clear before the season is too
far advanced we are selling them at prices that
should place one in every home.    Call and
be convinced and enjoy comfort.
J. H. AshdownSHatdwa*.
_ _       ***-*���* . ._  Brar-ell
Company, Limited.
Th.r. I. a lot of
���nd  other  article,  mad.  lo *���
and that', all.
There are tool, anil Oti** '
made  to .ell and Hive *******
by   their    wourlnB   Btlf-II-**
that', the only Wnal "* ,I,,,"U*-
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd.


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