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The Economist Jul 1, 1905

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 mm.  mam  ���HP  #>  r/VWVW ��/VSiVVVVVtAAiVS/VVVVV\  War.  R. HEARST:    "1  have seen the  j    most beautiful lakes in Italy and Hwltaer-  *   land, and all those lovely spots, but I have  f   never seen anything finer th.m the Koote-  > nay lake und the Arrow lakes.   We had a  }   delightful 1imc there.   'J'his was my llrst  > trip through there."  VOLUME  VIII.  -sy f~  /V'-./VVVVVvVVVWvVVW'v WW*** V^  I'ROP. MILLS lias never fccrn anything ��  finer (hull the n ml of Nelson distiict He  added: "1 dldn'tnce thc ehcrricH iriasp-  hcrrleh or iroosc-bci-rlet, hut If they icm-  pare wiih the upph f>, pears and pli mii-  j ou have here a li uil country unsur| uibta  >   by anylhlug in the Dominion."  ^���*v^A<v^<vvv^^/v^/>A/^���*���^A^w^A���^>  NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1905.  NUMBER  AMERICA'S  New-  Shrine   Over    Father  Jogues's Grave.  The United States will in the due  course of events have its first saint  cmoiiized at Rome if the processes now-  being carried out prove successful���  Father Isaac Jogues, the Jesuit missionary who^was murdered by the Mohawk Indians two hundred and fifty  years ago.  If the traveler to or from the West,  who pa.'S33 thr ugh tbe Mohawk V��l-  Jey, glances from the window of his  swiftly passing train as it flies through  Auriesville, N. Y., about fifty miles  west of Albany, he will catch a glimpse  of'a superb grove of trees sbeleiiug  several small oratories and grotoes.  This is the spot whei e a chapel is being erected in honor of the first American saint, the first priest who visited  Manhattan Island, discoverer of Lake  George, and first missionary to the  Iroquois.  ������Visitors to tlie last resting place of  (lie martyr of the Mohawk will soon  find a beautiful chapel, with.a dome  that will be a landmark for miles  around. The chapel will be unique in  many ways, as it will be practically  three churches in one, with three altars  and a sacristy under the dome., at the  crossing of the nave and tian-ii'pts.   ,  The plan of the chapel will be a  Latin croas having transepts extended  so as to mako independent chapels and  provide for three distinct pilgrim iges  at one time. The architecture of. tlie  building will be noteworthy, for it will  perpetuate the mission style which was  developed by the Spanish missionaries  of California and is-accepted as being  tea made from  the bnrk of troop, they  were forced to-retrace their  steps and  rJRSI    SAIN J. 'reached   the   Canadian   mission   hull  dead. Nothing daunted, the intrepid  Jogues started out in a canoe for Sault  Ste. Marie, a journey of some two hundred and fifty miles.  .After his return to Quebec from the  successful accomplishment of his jour-  uey he stayed only ten days, setting  out again with Goupil and n parly of  Hnrons. The Hurons were then tit  war with tlio Iroquois*, and the parly  with which Jogues and his companions  happened to be fell in with a band of  Iroquois on tlie warpath.^  In the battle that followed Jogues  and Goupil were taken prisoners. Dur-  liis captivity''he stole away several  time-Lto 'administer the sacrament .to  the dyiug Christians, and lost no  chance to preach his religion to those  of liis captors who would listen to  him. ���  This enraged the leaders of the Iroquois, who had conceived a violent dislike to all French missionaries, and one  day they fell upon him and beat him  into insensibility with clubs. When  he revived they tore off his finger nails  witii their teeth aiid '-'filially crushed  them until nearly all were'amputated.  Tlie only response- thc Iroquois  elicted to this barbarous treatment was  that Jogues and Goupil fell on their  knees aiid prayed for their tormentors.  ���''������'���  Tn au old French library tiiere was  found recently a narrative ofthis march  with the Iroquois, written by Father  Jogues liimself. It describes at length  the c.i-toms of the Indians oil the war-'  p.itli, the beauty of the scenery, how  they lived on the way to the settlement, and the settlement itself; but.  except for-a chapter on their, being  c impelled tSruir the gnu nt let severiil.  I times,.the narrative gives no detail  of  THE EIGHT AGE  TO MARRY  one of the original American  styles of  architecture.  Marble mosaics copied from old Indian ornamentations as found..in their  bead and  basket work  will eli rich the  r thu horrible sufferings which the father  and his companion- were compelled to  endure.  Ou the thirteenth day alter their capture   they    reached    Ossernenon,   or  edifice.   The building will be of while j Auriesville, and   here the entire  tribe  cement, with a roof of Spanish tiles.     |j"hied  in  celebration   of   the  victory  In addition to the chapel there will   over the Hurons.     Goupil   wa.s taken,  be built a memorial entrance gateway,   "slave,to u   ������������igbboriii_   village, and  Jo_ues was   turned  over  lo a member  in   the  way  of  ti Hording shelter and  _,   o >nifurt for aged 'biothers and  sisters  o' the  order.   The   home  is a  large  '  - b iek     building,     containing     many  Marriages of Young Girls no ' "*��� u11 fl"i*h<-<-' by the sisters of  R.-bckali,    every   lodge   contributing  Longer Customary. j ��� 1)ue urtielo of furniture.   There are    no.v a number of inmates in the home  ri ........ > i ..   .i-    i   r l, ��� for the aged.> Just opposite this build-  Ideas on the subject of the marriage- _ 11 *>   "��  able age l.��ve chang-d wit!,  elianging   inir ls a iio"H��f lI,c orphans, and this  years, and no one will deny f at the a'HO,,n8 ' eci1 if"��'����������> ^ ^ *��*-<*-  change is for the better.    It would   be  ah   oll=e**   Tliere   are   ,,"t n,ai,Jr or*  considered outrageous now  for girls to   !�����'��"�� ��'t'10 ,,o,��0 ��� *��!, but ,,ul_lc a  number of applications are being con-  *-'ovi~  W*  sid .-red. Surrounding these two homes  a .70 acres of good land.-'On tliis is  grown fruit, vegetables and every 'description of farm produce.- They are  also raising-chickens, pigs.cows' and  horses, and .it: is the ambition ofthe  management'.to make the institution  s-lfsustainiug. in a short time.   The  Odd  Sisters of  Rebekah. The. sisters look after the  internal management of the" home,  visiting it regularly at stated intervals.  ���inc.      vviLii   ine next w  nafr.nWi.le age moved��� homti is '""j*6* by a board of <  .   IhAiight direction ;  bellows with-ihe aid  of two Sistei  J. H. Brock of the Great West Life,  Wiunipeg, is in the city.  marry at the age when muii'y of. their  grandmothers took up thecal'es and ic-  spousibililies which that step almost  invariably entails.- Girls of fourtre 1  atid lifteen were thi-ti looked upon as  grown women. Their grand-daughters  of to-day at the same age are little else  than children, scarcely half-way  through school-life. With the next  generation the ma  a step or-two- ii  but oven then girls were classed as old  maids at a much earlier age than anyone would dream of s=o considering  them to-day. In contemporary fiction,  the blooming "sweet seventeen" (or  thereabouts) was the favorite heroine,  but to-day the ingenue, or boarding  school miss, is relegated comparatively,  to the background. .  Something more than a fresh complexion and brighteyes (charming and  highly desirable as these undoubtedly  are) is requiredof a girl. She must be,  if not actually interesting and cultured,  at least chatty and conversant, with j L_ Godbolt, of Montreal, and his  current topics. She must have lactam! bride are Siting Nelson. .Mi. Godbolt  adaptability, so as to avoid extremes WiW ll)anied ut Victoria a tew weeks  of all kinds; of being too obviously dc-Ar��� ���-������.''  lighted    by   passing  attentions . from j. - '   ���'���       _  '  men, or, on the other hand, indifferei.t,   .Cauipbt-ll's, Coinecliatis* are giving a  of the'* courtesies which.'any welirbrcd' good  show'at liie Opera iiouse.   lhe  ^" -^''l.! ll^tVoii''f-l?"<] '"-o i^*4tt^!l*,^ialJli^al. JJ5 goodj:indeed much  girf'ii\; wfia^  have thrown him.   Indeed, anywhere   01' t|,_s uiass. \ -.,.:'  between   twenty  and   thirty  years a   ������ '���''___:���. _   girl is .more likely to  be sought after,  than before she is twein vvears old.      I  ANOTHER  BIG MINE  The   Reliance   Gold   Mining-  & Milling Co., Ltd.  Nelson?'-t/^-iiu ion, Spokan -., li. J.  M Phee, Slocan/''  S. Bissell and  Thomas A.  Noble, of Pittsburg,  Pa., I  are thediiectors.  IS VIOLATION  OF RIGHTS  An ither producing mine l.as I ejn  added to tho already large list of  nietalifc ions deposits in this Province  by the commencement of milling operations hist- week at the Reliance, formerly known as the May and Jerinle  group. This mine is situated on 49  (Jie.k, about nine miles from Nelson.  It is a gold property, owned and operated by the Reliance Gold Mining &  M.lling CVmpany, Limited, recently  incorporated, the stockholders being  mainly Nelson men. ".-��� ������-���*���  At the annuiil meeting held here on  the. 20th instant, comprehensive reports from the president and managing director, A. H. Kelly, and the consulting engineer, W. J. Elmendorf,  were read, approved and unanimously  adopted. The shareholders warmly  commended*- the respective- officers  when'the balance sheet outlining thc  Mrs. G. A- B. Hall and family have financial standing of the company ancl  j left for the coast "cities, where they will. giving in detail the cost of tlio various  SUCCESSFUL  CELEBRATION  Flower Show the Great Attraction  ���Lacrosse To-day.  spend the summer mouths.  ���David. McOreatb. for  many years a  - *.-   .  resident of Nelson, has returned from  Bruce county for a short visit.  items of construction expenditure was  presented^'-'" -->".-       -*���  The company commences its milling  operations free" from debt and -with  large reserves, of ore for immediate  stoping, the estimate of the engineer  being that' without further development the ore blocked out will'keep Lhe  present plant continuously running  for Ui fee years at least.  .The"plant, of modern type, was not  determined upon until" the ore was  thoroughly,  tested,   and  the directors  are-.to'be eoYigi-auiliiu-ri uiio'ii lis' atmai'-'  ''i- :-iA   ���'      ���':-.. .   ...' -' ..     - o   -  r  ehtly; substojitial   and  efficient   clfar-  acter.    Itis  installed in twobuildiiigs,  The'visit to Nelson of the American 'respectively   known  as  the  mill   nnd  Institute of Mining Engineers was a ! cyanide plants.     The process of treat-  One   frequently   hears    thoughtful   notable event.     Ko doubt much bene-i merit, is  simple   but  effective.     The  a refteshmeut pavilion, and carriage  sheds for the accommodation of those  who drive to the shrine.  girls remark that they prefer'"men lit to the mining interests of the Koot-  older than themselves to   boys of tlieir  etiay will result froin the vis,t.  own age.   This is probably because  of    . ; :��� ���  lhe well-known fact that girls develop/. 'The Engles liad it most ..enjoyable  earlier than boys. On the other hand, time at their smoker Wednesday cven-  the old cast-iron  lule (citiil by Shake-  i:|_-     Tlie nmst interesting feature of  or<p is carried -from the 200-  ton ore bin at tho moutlt'of the tunnel  by a Riblet aeiial system eight bucket  tram way, a distance of 1700 feet to lhe  mill,' where' it is first crushed by a  J.luke crusher and rolls  fed from  Che  ofthe tribe who .had   lost hia   slave,   speare iuNtho familiar quotation, ."Let- the   evening   was  tiie*   pugilistic  en-Mower terminal .ore  bin over a grizzly,  Gnipil was  tomahawked, and Jogues, still the woman take an older than her-  counter between   Doc. Jioyd and Wm.  and   is  then   deposited  in another ore  This chapel marks the religious rev-   was uboul t"����*t the same fate, when  erence in which father Jogues is held.  Hi3 secular recognition will be no less  great, and it is proposed to erect.in_lh��L  grove a memorial statue lo the pioneer.  This statue will be from a design by  Sibbel of New York.  -' Sickly in body and quiet and gentle  in demeanor, Father Jogues does not  at first glance attract so much attention as the more imp win^ li-jure and  character of Brebeuf. Yet even this  giant among the missionaries hud constant occasion to admire leather Jogues'  adventurous spirit and indomitable  courage, and invariably his superiors  chose him to open up the way in unexplored territory or to save the day in  (lillleult and dangerous situations  a-noiig the Indians:  Tlie name of Isaac Jogues is closely  interwoven with the history of New  X����rk   in   thc    seventeenth    eentui-y.  a friendly Indian interfered,  hi 1043 the .missionary escaped from  the  Iroijtiois and  reached  France  on  (Jliristmas Day.      In France he was  self") tloes not obtain to anything like  G.isiiell, which did not come oil*.  i    -  the snme extent as formerly. I   Much   discrepancy in   age   (do-tpitc      The case   tif  Charles    H.   Gibbons,  happy exceptions) is  generally  raiher  charged with_ attempting to murder J.  bin in the mill building, from which  it is fed into a six-foot Akron Chilian  mill. -After having gone over the  plains, it is di--i!.htirgc,d into ten storage  The committee in charge of the celebration have every reason to congratulate themselves or. the result of their  efforts.. Perhaps the crowd is not as  large as in former years, but the entertainment provided has never been excelled either in quality or _n quantity.  The weather also has been favorable,  and nothing is lacking to make everything pass ofT'satir-factorily both to the  citizens and the visitors. Perhaps the  greatest interest has centred in the  flower show; This is a new thing in  Nelson, but the success attained is so  gratifying that doubtless it-will be repeated in future years. There have  been errors, but no intentional ones,  and lhe experience gained by the  show will not occur another year.  Many of tlie' visitors expressed surprise  at the beauty and variety of the exhibits, even our own people being surprised at the really magniticent display. No one. believed that such a collection of flowers could be secured in  Nelson at this season of the year. The  committee in charge of this feature of  the celebration are entitled to the  highest.praise.for the work they have  accomplished.  The sporting events are all of the  best character. Some disappointment  is felt because there was no lacrosse  game yesterday, but the lovers of the  luttional gameivillhirveairopportunily-  of witnessing a lirst-class match between Cranbrook and Nelson this afternoon. All lho sporting events attracted crowds.  To-day the children's parade will be  one of the'most noticeable feature-.  The committee in charge of this event  have' devoted much attention to the  arrangements in cuiinectiou therewith.  A word must be said iu the way of  congratulation for the'splendid lighting eti'ects, particularly tlie illumination of Baker street. Tiie visiters  were loud in their praise of this display, which was equal to any yet seen  in Nelson.  This evening at lhe Exhibition Hal!  Goldwin  Smith's Opinion-'of  the School Clause.  happens to be of a young and intensely  Tuesday   morning.    Mr.   Gibbons,   in jdryx agitator in  the cyanide building, .tlle  10th of May last  the society pro-  sympathetic disposition. ' Old  mtiids,   response -to a question from Magistrate : where such portion of the gold as is not  duced  Ibis work  inthe  Nelson Opera  or bachelor girls, as we much more de-   Hall,  said    he   had   secured   csunsel,   deposited on the plates from   the Chil-  seriptiv.ly term them nowadays, make   who, however,  was unable to be pres-: ian mill and amalgamated, is elcetroly-  House  and   those, then   present   ei  pressed   their delight in the strongest  to be deprecated ; but just as much so  K. Mncready,  was called  in   the Pro-' banks ; from there  the  pulp and sol-   the Nelson  Choral .Society ls lo repeal  made  much   of   and   accorded   great' where the man is  the elder, unless he   viueial   polite court at    Victoria   last' ution  is conveyed to  the  12-foot Hen- -Cowcn's Cantata "Roseniaideii."     On  honors by the Queen Regent, Anne of  Austria, who  wept over his  mangled  hands. " !  But he vvas not happy iu France and  implored liis superiors lo allow him to  return to hia chosen held. Thefollow-  ing .-pring he returned lo Quebec, .  whci'u he wns at once made an ambassador of France to the warring I.ro-'  qiiois, and ch'eoted a treaty of peace between thetn and lhe French Government.  Afler  carrying  through this In-aly '  successfully, he started again   on   his  mission   to convert the  heathen, ai d  cho.e as his   field   the   IroquuU.      Although   be   had    ju.-t  concluded   the  much better wives than old bachelors ent,' owing to legal business in the tically precipitated upon lead plates, terms. The same soloists have been  do husbands. Tile Jailer are iik-.ly to Full Court. Supt. Hussey, of lhe Pro-' Trommels and elevators have leen dis- ^ engaged for this evening's performance  be ho crusted over with solitary sol!- vineial police, requested an adjourn-' pensed with, and gravity alone bandits ����d ll>e chorus and orchestra have  sutliciug habits ns .lo make a perilous ment of tho case for a week. 1 Ie had the ore from start to finish. ; been carefully practicing so Unit-improbability of their being more or less been in firmed by Dr. Kniser, Mr. \ A complete electric lighting plant. e''en "'"'e perfect rendering of the  uncompanionable.     The   average wo- Macicady's phyt-ician. thnt his patient' for the mine and   mill  has   been   in-   work may bo^'cxpecled   this evening.  mil,  bting by   habit, more unselfish,   had not .-ulliciently recovered to enable'stalled, and stenni heating is provided,  cm adapt  hen-ell" inure easily to sym-   him.t�� appear  in court, and  a week at The whole  plant is operated   by water  The prices are popular and it i.s safe to  say that no one will  miss hearing tiii -t  pulhi'/.e with other tastes and pr.iclivi  lies.���News-Advertiser.  L>asl would be required.    Tlie ease was ! power, with.  430 head utilized   by Pel-, fi,lc' nul'sk' wh" ''"���' I����"'l��>y _el to lhe  thceupon 'remanded,    it ls understood   ton motors. exhibition   building   to-night.       The  that   Mr. Gibbons will   be d.-feiidetl by J     It has been stated that lhe company   ��!"'!>t-*11-'** ol" lhe music while appealing  After his,d.eath he was honored by the   treaty, he . ejuis to  have  fell tla.1  on  ti t^e "Martyr of Christi," by Pope Urban YIII.,,n.iid now at last the process  o/ his'beatification, is actually in pn.-.  gresa in Quebec,, the old missionary  headquarters for New Y.n'k and, Canada.  Isaac Jogues was born at Orleans.  France, Jan. If), 1 GOT, and entered the  order of the Jesuits in 1024. He wm  ordained to tlie priesthood in lGilG, aud  a few months later was ordered to lhe  mission field of Canada. Along wiih  him came Rene Goupil, a native if  Anjou.~~When Jogues arrived in Canada ho was sent with Father Gamier  to thc Petun Indians.  The Indians received him much" as  they received ail other   missionaries,  HOME EOR AGED  ODD EEL LOWS  W..I. Taylor, K   C.  1 i  intends, in the near future, to thiplicn'e  ' the capaeitv, and with this end in view  i  urge   the  plant   was  so constructed.      The  leaving Ct&jbLU the secvind   timeaftii;  his return, to America he  wns  j.oi.ig !  in:o a country fro.n   wl.i.eh   he would  i.i,ever return.  o  lie tlid not..   \\ ur was again dec-lut'ed  by the IroquoU in October, Jogues'was  s-'i&ed and bi-i old wounds reopened by  thesame larbarotis Ireatment l.o re-  c ived during his fist captivity.     -  Again he was taken captive Co Auriesville and a council of war was ordered to decide his fate. The council  was held some miles from Auriesville,  and although it hud decided to free  Jogues and "his companions. It fore  news could be brought to his place of  caplii i y Jogues had been tomahav k -d  and beheaded, Oct. 16, It'll*.     The <b y  An   Institi_t'on That is   Deserving  of Encouragement..  A Winnipeg gentleman with  private invcslinuiits in thut city, and plant cost nearly 540,000, and the in-  w!lo has backing for hundredsof llious- crease in capacity can be intide< at u  ands of dollars, has a big scheme or. .comparatively slight expense, without  foot to enlarge tlie eastern boundaries iiHei-feiing with the operalion of the  ' of the citv by the removal of a natural   present plant.  A   few months ago,   Mrs.   Miriam   impediment,     namely,    tlie    present i.'   The assay ollice  recently  destroyed ' street  rfquirr, of Nelson, sent to the Ontario  channel of   the Red River.     lie pro-  by'Are has "been rebuilt, and the plant |    1:30-p.m  Odd Fellows 'Home, at Oakville, On: ,   poses to de this by diverting the course  is  now running  with  satisfactory  re-  S0M-  a pieee,of her fancy work as a dointtion  ofthe  river through a channel  to' be  suits under the direction ofiMr. Kelly,  to cullivnted musicians is, by reason cf  its beautiful melodies, calculated lo de-  li^ht also all who have any music in  their soul.  Following is. the programme for  to-day.  9:.'!0 a.m.���Grand parade.  10:30 a.m���Caledonian sports.  11:00 a.m.���Morse  races on   Vernon  -Football, Sandon vs. Nel-  ,\';4_.'i- sports.  2:30 p.m.���   I ,-x mule race.  3:00 p. m.���Lacrosse, Cranbrook   vs.  to the 'institution.    Mrs.  Fq-iire   has  dug from   the converging point of St. [ manager, and Mr. Lay as metal urgist.  jusv received  an  acknowledgment, of Mary's Road  and  St. Anne's Road in '    Few it any properties in this district  Kelson  h n-thoughtful donation from Miss Ida  St. Boniface, almost, opposite the north   have  started   under    such   favorable'    5:00 p.m.���Fireman's sports  i  J.Robins, tine if the officials of the  end of River Park, lo a  point  north,  auspices, and Tun Kl'o.nomi.S'i. joins  home     In   her  letter to-Mrs. Squire,   where  the wind takes a  wide sweep   with the public in   in wishing the i:n-  Miss  Robins expresses surprise at the  east, and   north of   the Ogilvie   Mills,   delinking unmeasured  success.     Tlie  excellence of the fancy  work done by   "Such a cut-otf','.'argues the  promoter' directors and oitb'ers elected   for thc  0:30 p.m.���Rock drilling contests.  8:00 p.m.���Tug of war.  0:00 p.m.���Cautata, "Rose Maiden.'  and drove   them ruthlessly away as'after La.Lande, one of h'n ful lowers,  {sorcerers.   Subsisting on berries and a  was murdered in Die same way.  Visitors  to   the   dower   show were  'this old lady, who is  now over eighty  of the gigantic scheme, "would throw   ensuing year are: A.  II. Kelly, pres-  greatly indebted to Expert Blakemore  years of age, and  incidentally supplies  into Winnipeg tlie present town of St.   ident and managing director ; John A.   for the kind assistance rendered in the  mu'di   information    with    regard    to   Boniface, almost as far east as the old   Turner,  vice-president; R. S. Lennie, -way of supplying the technical mimes  -9    ' i  what is being done at this new home Exhibition grounds." ' secretary-treasurer ;���  \V.   P.  Tierney, of the different varieties.  Some years ago, when the Conservatives, under Sir JohnJMacdonalil, were  in power, tlie Jesuit wrung from their  political fears a concession for which,  if lie had applied to any European  Government, he would have been  laughed to s'.'orn. He has row succeeded in wringing from the fears of a  Government styled Liberaf and its  supporters a concession subversive at.  once of provincial rights, and of lhat  great Liberal principle of the equality  of all religions before the law, -for  which the Lioeral party in Great Brit-'  ain is now fighting with reference to  ��� i /  this very'question of popular education. Princi le and conscience have  succumbed to party, the influence of  which has been "openly invoked on tht  Government* side.  This was not a question between tho  policy of State and that of voluntary,  education, as seems in some quarters  to have been strangely assumed. It  was a question whether, tho State system boing established, an exceptional  privilege should be granted to a particular church, and to that church  which, 'as the condition of' Roman  Catholic countries testifies, 'hus unquestionably been unfavorable, not to  say inimical, to. popular, education.  Abunduntexperienceshows that when  the hierarchy seeks control of the  school, it is not so much for the purpose of enlightening as for tliut of excluding dangerous light.'  -'  o.'Jt has.incver been. clearly, stated to  us on what ground-other 'thun that or_  tho largeness of its vote, the Catholic  CTiurch is selected for privilege. Consideration, is plaintively demanded for  the rights of a minority. Ia not every  church'in Canada a_ minority? Are  not the religious sensibilities of till oi  them on that ground-entitled to Uie  same consideration ?  Those who so freely charge the upholders, of religious equality-und undenominational education with fanaticism should bear in inn id Unit under  the mime of Catholicism arc confounded two widely different things.  There-is the purely teligious Catholicism of Thomas a Kempis, Pascal, and  i n"*"ouT"iint6-of "Lticordai re ~uifd"B.)lli n-^  ger, against which nobody has said a  word. Tiiere is, on lhe othor hand,  the Catholicism of the Jesuit, now  dominant at Rome, by no mean.*  purely religious, which by its intrigues provoked the Catholic statesmen of Europe to insist on the suppression of tlie Order, aud which in  the Syllabus "condemns," in lho name  of the Papacy, as a recent liirtorhm  says "all. that differentiates the modern from the mediaeval world���liberty  of thought, toleration, in short nil that  has been gained for humanity through  ages of struggle."  On lho strictly legal question the  lawyers must decide. To tlie lay understanding nothing can seem clearer  than that the Uritisli Norlh America  Act assigns education to the province,  specifying as the only exceptions certain cases of vested interest existing at  lhe time of Confederation; and that .  tbe bill by which the Dominion takes  the subject of provincial education to  itself, anil proceeds to stamp its own  transitory will on tbe province forever_ -  is at variance with the constitution.  .That the power claimed by the Dominion Parliament expires with its  present exercise, leaving no probabilty  of future repeal or amendment, seems  a strong point in the case���Goldwin  Smith in Weekly Sun.  Charlie Sewell,  who was seriously  injuied recently on a car at the smelter, is again able  lo walk around, and  J will return to work shortly. THE NELSON  ECONOMIST  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  ���Published every Saturday afternoon at  Verwon Street. Nelson, _���. C.  I Per Year Strictly in Advance  The legislator should not ba indifferent to these misfortunes. One  of his prime duties is to prevent or  mitigate tlieir effects as far as possible. So sa3's M. Riard in La  Revue Technique.  Advertising rates made hrtown on application. .  All changes In adve_,t.lst._nents to insure  Insertion should reach this oflice uot later  th�� _ TlnirHday, 12 o'clock,  When-change of address Is required, It is  deal rib lu that both the old address and tlie  new be Riven.  Address all communication.*!. " I'ubllslici-  of Tuk Kjc-son Kconomist. Nelson. 1!. 0."  EDITORIAL COMMENT.  Without entering into the tnerits  of the subject under discussion, it  can be truthfully said that Frank  Musselman literally wiped the earth  with the. Tribune and its editors.  The Economist does not commit itself to a policy to undue extravagance in street building when  it expresses the belief that there  are a whole Jot of the mayrr's  friends who should be breaking  rocks.  The Nelson Tribune lias'.at'last,  achieved its highest ambiiion. The  Mining Record has copied a couple  ot items from the Tribune, and  given due credittherefor. Truly,  the Tribune has at last scaled the  first rung in lhe ladder of fame.  The announcement last week that  ihe veteran statesman. Sir Charles  Tupper, was seriously ill in London,  lirought sorrow to lhe hearts of  Canadians wiihout regard topoli-  tics. There was a sigh of relief at  the later announcement that Sir  Cbatles was jon a fair way to recovery, and might live to celebrate  many anniversaries of the Confederation of the Provinces of Canada  into oiie Dominion.  PRESS COMMENT.  Through the medium of its militant mayor, Nelson continues to  :idd to the gaiety of the munioipnl-  ities.���Phoenix Pioneer.  A Iccal newspaper and an esteemed correspondent aie engaged  in a heated argument as to whether  it should be called Hudson's Bay  or Hudson Bay. Neither is right.  The correct form is the Canadian  Sea���Toronto W'crlcl.  Low Return Rates  estTannedOxfordShoes  -TO-  Portland,   Ore.,  Exhibition  Ne'so,\ Rossland, Boundary  UO DAY'TM IE  Via Vancouver, Victoria  Corresponding   rates   from   ull   Kootenuy  points.  While business cannot be said to  be rushing in   Cranbrook, our nier-1   For run particulars, first, class or tourist.  I slet-por rc.survulIoiin, app ly to local agents o  chants have no complaint to make, ! w,'iUj  aud they are all agreed up-ii the  fact, that as the past year was fairly  prosperous, the present year bids  fair to be iht most prosperous in  the history of the town.���Cranbrook  Prospector.  What is to become of all the  thousands of young doctors, dentists, pharmacists, and lawyers  gradnnted year by year ? Ot course  a few will prosper, but there must  be a lot of. them who will have a  life-long fight with the wolf. Some  of them would be bett?r off growing wheat and potatoes.---Hamilton  Times. ".. ..���'.��� '"';, :.  Last Saturday .was.'* the twenty-  first anniversary of the birth, of  the Victoria Times, and on that  occasion that enterprising journal issued a paper that would be a credit  to any newspaper oflice in the world.  It contained forty-four pages of well  written material, handsomely illustrated,'dealing with .he resources of  the Province, and supplying much  valuable information that has not  before appeared in any ether paper.  To-day is the thirty eighth anniversary of Confederation, ar.d it  must be confessed that the young  , Dominion has. fully realized the  hopes ar.d expectations,of the men  who assisted at its birth. It is no  longer an experiment in colonial  self-government, but a demonstrated  realization of the wisdom and foresight of the founders of Confederation.- And Canadians are none  the less" British in sentiment and  aspirations because this day they  re-echo the refrain of their own  national song, "The Maple Leaf  Forever."  Modern industry, by improving  and multiplying its methods of action, has increased the danger for  the operative, who depends for his  livelihood on his daily labor. Machinery, to day replacing and decupling hi'man force, __ constitutes  not only an admirabie source of production, but also a terrible source  of danger. An industrial establishment, iis has been said correctly, is  a battlefield, having, like war, its  victims, some mortally attacked,  others more or less grievously  wounded, and lor a longer or  shorter period rendered incapable of  providing for their personal needs  His ..-Majesty tbe.���'���King has appeared in public with a t--.ll "sugar  loaf hat on.. Which means that  the stovepipe hat fashion will  speedily change and many costly  but antique lids will go to the scrap-  heap. Q.ieer thing, fashion I But  you've got to st.iy with the game,  once you enter it.���Belleville Intelligencer. '"     ��� **��� -  As for 'a.recent editorial in the  Tribune which refers to the editor  of the Gazette as inconsistent because at Vic oria.he believed in fostering   and   developing   Canadian  *���* ��� ��� '       ��� -*,  citizenship and loyalty to Canadian  and Bri ish interests, while "less  than a week ago from the editorial  chair of the Gazette he was shed-  ding rays of genial warmth and  encouragementuponL_ajLjJ____..LIAJ.l'  way policy" we nus.it conclude'that  the Tiibun- is writing 'humorous  articles in which fiction . p'.ajs a  permissable part. The Gazette columns speak for themselves in the  whole matter���Grand Forks Gazelle.  J. 8. CARTER,  UIbWI'sihs. Agt:  Nelson.  E. J. COYLK,  A. G. V: A.  Vnncouver  0 CERY  Corner Mill and Josephine Sts.  Send Us an Order" for Your  Groceries, then Notice  s. -  The promptness of delivery. -  The cleanness and freshness of Goods.  The fill! honest measure,  The quality of wnat you get.  .You will find abundant reason for soiidlng  your future otders.-  This Week's Specials Are:  14-1 b Boxes of A 1 Cietunery Butter at 27c  per pound. ;  Silver Spoon Ten, SOc per pound.  ltajHh Brand I'Iucapple, 25c per tin.  Clarke's UonelcssChicken, _ie per tlu  Joy's Cash^GroGery  'l'HONE19 ..  Goodyear Welt.   Very Best  Value.  A good safe investment is to buy a few shares in the  The Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co.,  of Canada, Limited  Capital Stock $5,000,000.  &  Yonr opportunity for a good bargain is r;ght now, and if a if a practical shoemaker don't know when he is giving his customers their  money's worth then who does.  Latest Styles  and Best Makes  of Men's Shoes.  Hugh McCausland  Baker Street  Nelson, B. G.  Fully Paid and Non-Assessable.  Par Value shares, $5 each. No Bonds or Preferred Stock.  Can Buy-from One Share up.  Apply to  T.G.PROCTER.  WARD ST.  NELSON. B. C.  FERGUSON A GO  Nelson, B. G.  ,The largest exclusively  Wholesale  Liquor  House in   lhe interior  ER  In .Pints and Quarts  Daws.jn's "Extra Special" Scotch.    Granda Cigars  Mitchell'r ��������'-- ^--- "- ��� *   -���-     -   '��    '���-  A full.lim  Mitchell's Heather Dew Scotch etc.    Earl of Minto etc. I  A full line of imported and domestic Liquors and Wines. a  "ft*.*"^" *^>* ^fr* ~^b "^^"^K  ++9999+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++9+++++++++44+*  1 BARTLETT  HOUSE f  .Whok'Huleaiid P.etall  Dealers In  Camps, supplied on shortest  The remark is often heard, '"With  Movie's big payroll, why is the  town so quiet ?" To lhe stranger  the town no doubt dors lcok quiet  at times. That is during the day  especially when most of the men  are at work. But tlie business men  as a rule are 1 usy and are well satisfied True, Ihcic are not the number of "bcoz'_ fighters" in Moyie  now that there weie four years ago,  but it is also   true that the percent-  0   ��� . . ������ -.-���"���  age   of   legitimate   bills   beaten is  noticeably less.      The  fact   of the  matter is the working men all over  the country have taken a tumble to  themselves  and  f?re  saving   their  money   where   at   one   time   they  squantleied   it.      Then   in   Moyie  there   is  only  one   working mine,  aud married men for this reason are  reluctant  about   bringing   families  here.       This   means   that a   large  amount  of   money is  sent   out ol  town each month that would other  wise be spent right al btnie.      l'u.  notice aud lowest prices.  Mail orders receive careful  attention.  Nothing but fresh and  wholesome meats and supplies  kept in stQck-  E.C.TR AYES. Manager  90  YEARS'  experience:  Trade MARR9  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  AnTOticaRiiilliiR 11 ��Ucloli nml doncrlptlomn_r  (illicitly a����ortiiii\ our opinion froe whether an  luvotitinn Is )>rol.n)ily iiiitoiitutilii. CoiimiiuiiIca-  Uoiiartt.rlcllyia.nlMoitlfiLl. HANDBOOK oil l'ftteuts  sunt free Ohlost ncciicy lursecimm: pttlotiu.  Patents taken tlirouuli Munn & Co. receive  tptcial notice, irit-hout clinrcp. lu tho  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.nrteat circulation of any selentlllo Journal. Terms. $3 a  year: four months, (L Stud b7 all newsdealers.  MUNN Po^^^Kew York  _T_i��'__ OfflceTCS F St, Was-lneton. D. C."  NICKERSON,  THEJ'WELER  BAKER ST.  We only nsk one trial to mnke yoaonrcuo  tomer. '��� Fine Watch Jewrlry, ()ntl��il nnd  silverware repairing and everything In tin  line. Reasonable charges. work. Kent m.  -'rom outside towns will recelvp the mme care  ;i8 it persona Ily delivered. ' Difficult repairs  lone for other Jpw.'lprs.  Mo\ ie has no idle men, no paupers  no Chinamen, no millionaires, tie  automobiles to dodge, and her jail  seldom has an oceupr.nt. Moyie i.-  a clean town, a pretty towa and a  prcsperous: town.-���Moyie Lea��jpr.J  T ��� (Formerly Clurke House)  ���      Tbe best Jl per day house ln Nelson.      None but white help employed    Tbe  bar the bcHt.  +  +  \ G. W.  BARTLETT,  Proprietor   f  > , +:  >+++++++++++++++*+++++++.+++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++  $1 per  day and up  pQhlne.se Employed  AUGUST THOMAS, PROPRIETOR.  CORNER   HALL   AND   VERNON    STREETS,  TWO BLOCKS FROM WHARF,  B,C  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  MEM  M ERGHANTS  Head Office Nelson, B.C.  '9���4-4-4-4 -*  .1.  ���, ,v-*> :4-4-4-4-���:-*--���  .���_.  ��� _.���_    .���_    _*.  %"     '���"     "���"     V      ���      "���'     %���     V     %������ ��  rents&AwninpMacle and Repaired ]  1  ___ 9  OVER J. H. WALLACE'S STORE, NELSON. B. C.      ^  \  CLOTHES     CLEANED    AND  MENDED  ...  .��.    .���_.    _���.'    .��_.  ,*m _���._ ____��_.  Rranch   Markets   in   Rossland, "TrailA Nelson, Kaslo," Sanaoh,   Thre  Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.  Orders by Mail to any branch will have prompt  and .careful atten-  Genuine .-Quebec  Maple  Syrup.        Sole   Manufacturers' of  ^  Mother's .Bread: . 7'-.'A-   >'. $  T Store : Baker St., between Stanley and Ward. T  tion.  We are authorized agent!, for; \Iie S,ile of  the Nelson Electee T"��'\��^\'^y Qom,pany's  lots, and will qiiote prices and terms o.n"application.  It Pays to Deal with Rutherford  Fly Poison, Tanglefoot*,. Insect  Powder, Moth  Balls, Paris Green, Blue Stone, Hellebore, Whale OH  Soap, Quassa  Chips arid all the Sprays for Rose  Bushes and Fruit Trees.  Lcofahs, 3 for 25c-.    Better than Sponges.  Wm. Rutherford, Druggist  PHONE A214  NIGHT PHONE B214  WARD STREET, NELSON, B. Q,  Q. photographers 1  Vancouver ar.cTNclson  4 ^y^^^^^~$^^^4-+i-4-4~i. -^>-.:^-.:^-.>-.:^-.:^-,:^-<��_��:^,y-.:^-.:._.>  i\ ���   .A .  ._���'-___ ��� . ��� _ ��� *'  t  Plum ber- a nd Gasf itter  IE.  E.STRACHAN 1  t  T  I  T Estimates Given  on General  Plumbing,  Sewef Connections, Etc,  Baker Street, near  Ward   Street, Nelson.  '���-; _.A-��� A.  .+.     .��_.   Ju   __ A A . - A ��� ���,**.     A     A A���A��� A������*-  <.���:/.  At the Auction Mart Saturdny night at 7.30 o'clock.  Having received a consignment of English and Sco'cli Tweed Suits  and a large' stock of oilier general merchandise from the east, we will  continue the sale next week on Wednesday and Saturday niyjhls at 7 30  p. m.    Other consignments are on the way and will scon, arrive.  J. Greenr Auctioneer  Baker Street  Nelson. B. C.  Builder and  Contractor  j&stt-mateg- given on  stbne, brli 1 i ***--  and woodwork.   * .j.Srick end Lii*r,e fer Sale S--5SI  &  THE   NELSON  EGONOMIfex  ^IWMWI��>��S��BBBa��HIIE!iW3BHM^  8,fa����W��^��W*^^^  9  Fresh Stock of Garden and Flower Seeds and Lawn Grass.  room and Bathroom.  Our New Stock  Comprises all that is   NEW   in coloring and  designs.     Papers suitable for Hall, Parlor    Dining Room, Bed-  ���       . -�� . - ��� . ��� >  Prices Lower than even. ���.'.'"'���''  -������*.���  T t  We have a large number of remnants of last year's stock, sufficient  for one .Room, at Great BARGAINS  m  any s Stores  Th_ Cockade,  UH adoption o. the cockade Ivy  President noo-s-rrelt for his coach.-  man, and footmen has resuscitated the old question : "Whose ser-  "va'nts are entitled to wear a cockade 1  As a matter of fact, there is no risht  ��� nor title to Uie'cocicado, but.-usfase has,  In England, where the", cockade is  more common than in any other country, confined it to the servants', bf the  royal household, of th-a . diplomats  corps, of officers of the Army and  Navy���including the militia-' and volunteers���and to servants of justices  and deputy lieutenants of counties.  According to this unwritten law of  custom, neither peers nor other persons, of title, except'they be royal, can  confer  the  cockade   on  their  servants  ^uhvle3s"th"iy"tirem^  commissions- already" named. And  here comes a strange anomaly: If they  occupy a Government position, they  can wear a cockade, although their  servants cannot. ���  "Cockade," or, rather, the French  equivalent of it, made Its first appearance in the phrase "bonnet a la co-  quarde" of3 Rabelais. About sixty  years'after habeiais's death. "Randle  Cotgrave, author of the first Anglo-  French dictionary, defined "coquarde."  flow "coicr\rdc," 9.0 "ft Spanish cappe  o\- fashion of bonnet, used by the most  substantial men of yore���also any  bonnet or cappe worn, proudly or  peartly on the side." But the most  plausible origin given, of the cockade  cf, to-day Is that 1% was derived from  the tuft of cock's jplu.me? worn, by the  Croatian soldiers,, who, If, foe *<*>vcflr  leenth. century, served, iftadei- Fi;aw:e,  und introduced: t|he-'cWYa,t to the woi-li)  of fashion. At any rate, In 1688., men  ambitious to become soldlera of Franco  received coclcadeg of paper; hence the  expression, "prendrel a cocarde," meaning "to enlist." Cockades appear to  have fallen; Into innocuous desuetude,  so far as France was concerned, until  the'Itevolut'on, when the "cocarde  tricolor" must have become obligatory,  for, just before the fall of Robespierre,  arrests were made for not wearing lt.  The black cockade, now worn In  .England, was originally the -istinctiva  badge of the House of Hanover, its the  white cockade was that, of the .House  of Stuart. It is said white was  adopted by the adherents of t'he  Stuarts because lt was the emblem  of the kings of France, who supported  the Stuarts against the Hanoverians.  The cockade worn' by servants of tha  British royal household is a large  half-disk-which projects above the hat.  Servants of naval officers wear a disk  not projecting above tiie hat; those of  army officers and other, persons considering  themselves   entitled   to   carry  ���"cockades are fan-shaped, with a button, and they reach above the hat-  The cockades  a? the  ser.yant3  of  di-  "' plbmats.' are In the colors of the country their masters represent, and many  noble houses on the continent of Europe make their servants wear cockades matching their livery in color.  .When, many years ago, the war as ta  whose servants were" entitled tb n  cockade was raging In England, the  facts discovered were that no orders  regulating their use were known to  exist, but it was recorded that servants of officers of the London'City  Light Horse, a volunteer regiment, did  not wear them.' The conclusion arrived at was that the cockade was  originally purely a military distinction; that tiie reason It was worn by  servants of Held officers was that, ln  former days, these servants had  served in the army, that it was later  adopted by servants who had never  been .In the army, and afterward by  servants of naval omcers.  There being no -set rule In any country from which we have been in the  habit of adopting social customs, it  remains for us to follow the law that  usage and good Iform has laid down.  ^They^have^prescribGd^that-H-theHH^serv.-H  ants of ambassadors and foreign ministers of the United States abroad  sha-il wear cockades/like the servant*  of foreign diplomats accredited to this  country, the cockades of the coachman and footman giving the carriages  a certain right of way. Ambassadors  and ministers are entitled ".o the cockade after they have retired from thfl  diplomatic service. JJut consuls are  not members of the' diplomatic service; they are merely commercial  agents. Neither our consuls abroad  nor consular representative"!*" io this  country have the right to the cockade, as consult,. Its adoption by an  American citizem who represented a  foreign country as consular agent In  this city was authorized neither by  usage nor good twite. That his family should continue to use It aft.-r his  death ls ridiculous vulgarity. Servants of officers of the United States  army and navy, both regular fnd volunteer, are also entitled  to  w. ai*   the  wain"*���'iD'Vn   T��l��i',i  President Roosevelt ls'fond of tellln.!  any story at his own expense. Tha'  which he enjoys most Is the following:  Former Governor "Wise had told thf:  President that it was the general opinion, so far as he had heard; that h��  would go down to posterity as a "Washington. The President replied that he  was delighted to hear that. "But."  added "Wise, 'in a serious manner,  ���'whether it will be as a George or a  Booker T. I don't know" The- President is said to have laughed so ;-.**..  tily over this, that Wise becam*  alarmed;. '.';���'  Dr. Rixey, who for some years �������  the private physician in the McKlv.lej-  household, says that when the Ult  President's mother sat down for th��  first time to a White House dirtriw  what seemed to impress her" .nost wn��  the prodigal supply of cream, ' . Sh*  commented on its abundance, and then  added: "Well, William, at last I know  ivhat they mean when they speak ot  lhe Cream of Society."' The President  laughed. * "I admit," .said he, "1'hai  there sst:ms to be'an extravagant array of oream on the ��� table,' but you  luiow, -mother.'we'can'afford'.to ka-op V  'cow- now." '        "���������'..    ''���<'���������  SMOKE  THE   CELEBRATED  Bm^R-RFE^  </>  LU  Q.  <  I  o  z  a  <  -i  UJ  I  r-  Lu  O  HI  O  CO  ���  Almost the toughest thing in the whole of creation is a "pinto" Broncho "when he is in  W. A Thurman  Depot for Briar Pipes, Nelson  Sewing Machines and Pianos  For Rent and for Sale  5.r.:icsitij%,Josp^iDe St, Kelson  4f  *#  *  4>  ���  fighting humor. A  Now his hide is just as tought as he island that part above his hips and back is the very-  toughest and most pliable���it is the "Shell."  That is the part used to make the famous "Pinto" Shell Cordovan Mitts and O-loves.    -  "Wind, rain, tear, rip, scorch and boil proof���almost wear proof.  Made only by  Montrea  Winnipea  <_  R. H. CARLEY, British Columbia Agent  $7.50 Per Ton  Delivered  All orders nhust be accompanied by cash and should be forwarded ���".-  either personally or by mail to the office of    ��� >. ...  W. P. TIERJiEY, GENERAL AGENT t. _�� fi -ij ���fli'st.itSt'_.  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  .GENERAL NEWS.  The Nelson   boat club  will hold its  midsummer reyatta July 2:)th.  Mr. Douche, of the Hudson's Bay  store, nnd his wife left Thursday morning for a visit to the Old Country.  In the baseball match ypstenlav  morning between Jthe junior clubs of  Nelson and Trail, the former won by  10 to 7.  Archdeacon lieer was in Nelson Friday, and left last night to vi.-it the parishes in the vicinity or Revelstoke. ITo  will occupy tiie pulpit of St. Saviour's  Church on the 23rd inst.  The prties for tli^ Nelson Gmi Club  Competition are being displayed in the  window of the Fred rrviiie.Coiiip.iny,  Limited. Many valuable prizes an*  being off-red for the victors.  Mrs. Cus Thomas has one of lho finest collections of house plants to be  found in any home in the Kootenays.  "Mrs. Thomas devotes much attention  to iloiiculture and her garden is evidence of her exquisite taste in this respect.  Hon. DW. Higgins' latest contribution to the Province newepaper i.i entitled "Shapers of Dent in.v."-- Il is an  account of the various newep.-ipcr.ventures in British"Columbia -dtiriiij,' tin-  labt fifty years, and ia ��|ititcim inter-  efating a sany of thSt geiit'i'inaii's former stories.  TO-NIGHT  Saturday, July 1st .  Prides: 75c, 50c, 35c  Seats on s.ile at   Opera Houso. Saturday-  in orn lug 11 u. in.  Frank  Fletcher  IMtOVIK ���At, LAN D BUiIV.'-'YOK  '���: -Lands and Mineral UlalmsSui'Voycd  and Crow . (jrauti'if  P.O. Box563'-   Olliee: Kootenai-.St.  Xelioi'  I0HN Mc LATCH it  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor  Cor.   Stanley  ur*d Victoria,  Kelson  F. S. Clements  DOMINION AND IKOVING^AL  IyAND SURVEYOR;-  Room 16  K-W-C Block  Notice.  "    .--  I hereby give notice tliat nlsfy diiys after  date 1 intend io upply lo the Chief t'oliiinlK-  tniasioncr of Lands and Works lor pi-niiis-.  *ion to purchase i\ tract of land ir. Wi si Kootenay district, of the follou-ini; ilesciipilon :���  Bcgiiinliift ata piiKt marked .1 J Campbell  8. W. Corner, which is placed nrijncut 1 to the  I>r. W. corner of lotG-'tW), runnim; therefrom  Hventy chains Norlh. tlience approximately  forty dial as East, t hence twcntyili-i ins South,  thence forty ilniins West tothe pi'Hit of tnm-  inencement. containing npproNi mutely  eighty acres.  (Kgd.) .1. J. C'AStl'IlKI....  NelBOU. Ii.C. .VpnHtli. VA5. ,  .   ~ NOT ICE.  Kotlce lg liewby aiveti, llinl sixty (fid) days  ���arte. ilatcVI Intend tit apply In the Chief Commissioner cf Lands anil Works fur i-ormlsslon  1"f��piirchasp lln- ful owlus desi-r|lnc<l inpilK, on  tlie Not tii chore of Kootenay IjiI.c in lhe llis-  trictof West KiM.tL-iiiiy.  Commencing nt a stake place)', twenty (_n,  Obains Kast of the North-west col tier pnM o  _Lot 1K13.  < J roup I;   I hence   East  aimer   lln  Northern boundary o- said Lot wis, u Hist!   of eighty (811) chains; thence North forty (-HI  ���chains; tlience Went.eighty (80) chains; theno-  ��nutli forty (10) chains m place of beginning.  Jtytcd JMji ol Aorll. 1W.-..  -.:.      ,   . . Qorfiw n.iiiui.  ������fro **�����*-��*<*-   ++++++++*+++++++9+9+++++++++9++++++++++++  +  9  s> 11 U IS t  rtersfor Souvenirsl  -��� ��� I  **  +      Our stock of fonvenirs is   most  complete  and   comprises  a  ���  ��� greater variety ol  d_signs in Pins, Bracelets, etc., than   we have %  % ever before shown, at prices lower than we have vet offered. J  I      See our 25c puis.' .���  % -��� x  %  ��� t  +  +  +  +  PATENAUDE BROS. 1  Jewellers, Watchmakers  and  Opticians,     'Phone   293.  9 +'  +++ ++��� >+++���++< ���*+++++++++ ��� +++++++++++ >+���&++++<$ ++++++++ o  ClftL GfiOL.  TENDERS.  Ten'!��rs will he received anMl noon, lime  :lnih. 1SU"), nt tlie l'l'tivinciiil (Jaol, Nelson, for  the f'l.lowihg supplies for one vein- irom  July 1st, 1(H)5, to June 3nt.li, 190!':  Uroceries, Dritus. Meats. Hardware, Fuel.  Clothing, Hunts and Ellioes and Ilreud.  Speoiticiitions and forms foi- tender can be  h:id 011 application to the Warden.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  It. E Lkmon,  Warden.  NOTICE.  Mucrn AwtiicAN Waii Laj:j> OuAst A��._.  fiiaats of land made to Vol mil cert*, tholr  lieli-R oi- nssljtns. under aiilhorjiy of this Act,  11. 1-'. G  EE_,  Ciicf C iinmissioner of .1 jnuts and Works  bands nii<1 AVorl; 15 Deparunftit,  Victoria, 11. C , 'J>tli M 1} , I'W.'i  NOTICE.  Notice offlnii-nil N'u litijr of Kl a tliokltmof  'I'lirl'rlirl.l Vii*i (etsOo d   .Mining and  lit vilnpiiii iitt.'i in5��i_ny, l.imiteil.  . Notii-e is hereby uiveii thata'i srei-cial irtcct-  nx of ilie slmreholchrs of tlie 'above company  will-bo l.t Ul In tliei-IUce. ITuj-hi- & O'Shea.  II. usli nl'.li.i k. I'.aKer Hn 11. Ni-con B C.  on 1 l-liliiy, lln-Slst day of-'Jaly.'.v. I) JH>ft. at  the 1.0111 uf II a --sn., -ic-r tbf follovvlns i>nr-  l>o>er-:  rl. l-lli'dlrB ili)(-f1f,r.��,  'i. I)i��i�� "ln^ cf or 1 tlierwise dealing, with  (he er per y of ihe. w inpany. beins; the 111I11-  eraf cliiiins ci.vef'na piY.c.iicnlly tho same  ir'i'oaad us wns fi.niici-ly comprised within lho  miiiirnl cliiliiis -.foi pn liy known as the  .\ rribira l.lKbl C!if,up, 4',i Crct k, near JNelsoti,  11.(1.  o   M iikiii(.r n: raiigeinciils lo liquidate or set  tie the li.ibilillc-- of the company.  Dated at NelM 11, li. C, tbislulh day of Jiiue,  i\.l). 15110.  ti. S. Tayi.oi.,  ."_���'>'���'���'��� ���'   l'resldcat.  Certificate of ImprovemsnU.  Kitten (fr.'iclional) and Kdna (fi'iiellnnal)  ���Hiiieiul i-lii in^, siluate in the Kelson ilinintc  InvNionnl ICoolenay District.  Where Infilled ; \>u jlcar Creek, at'joiniag  1 I.i- Old lllll ilol 4HSW)mid Parki r \lot. 1S��1)  Mineral claims.    O .���������-"��������� ' *"  'I'nl-e noiae thiil'-l, .7. A. J\irk. nctlnir as  n!��i nt for John Siniili, Kree Mi net's iterlHlcntc  No. I!7ij.7li7, intend, -sixiy days li-oiu Uie date  liercur, I.i upply to the Mnilni; l'.ecorder  tor a l.'eviitle.iie__i,f_.JjopiH(Veiia:nls, for the  purpose ol nblaiili'n;. >\ Cfowti Uialir6f-=tlie-  ahove cliiiaa-.  a\nd lurllicr lake notice that eotaon, under  .Section .17. must be commenced  bel'oKj Issuance of siii-li Certillouie of improv. 1111 life.  *Daled-U>;s23rd day of May, A. I>.iyu*.  J. A. KlUJC.  ���loiiCf Tj Oclinqu-r.t Co-Owner  ToNi'Ik ivtei-scn; or to any pei-soa or persons  to whom he um \ have tvaiit-.ieri'c.l bin in Iciest  in lhe ���'Suainiit" lnliieral elaiin. sitnate on  Coon creek, in lhe .Nelson Mining Division ol  Wesi Kuolenay :  You iniil inch of you aro hereby noli lied  Hint I l-.aveex; eiuleil two hundicd dullars iu  'almiir anil iniproveineiits 1.11 the abovi  inentioiicd claim iu oicler tn" bold  liti' said claini under 11.' provisions oi  11.0 AilMt'i'.'il .Ac', the said ab iw hi inp done  l'or Ili.-Vwii' cmljaK P.HM.nud if williln DO days  f.oin tlieihiU- i>V.(ibi notice you fail or refuse  to comlfiliate yu��v I fViVPn'" "f si"''> expeii-  dititV'H together villi aUcostii pi advert 1stnj..  your Inlerest in salil nili-.cial elnlm 'will become 1 lie property ��>r Uie ujulw-Kned'under  Seel ion l 01' the'���'ilinernl a^et Auiuiidiucni  Ai't,lUt.U."  Is.ilvid this I'tb oay 01 March. lW*".  ��� UoUKHKV UlUTMCil.  TIMBER LICENCES.  KOTICV; is lu ruby ^iveti that ��Hlnrs.nfter  date, {-ii.toiiil u, apply to the chief Coiiimis-  iio(iert!l' i.;ind< atid Works for a special II-  ciiiwl" cat anil carry a\Y'iy timber from the  pillowing ("escr.hi il'liiiiils, siniatcd on Hie  wist bniilc of the Colunibia Kiver, West  Knotci.ny Dislrictr Ciani'ienciiifi at' a post  aiarltp'.l, '-1 11. IStiibbi' S. K. Corner," liclu*;  the norlli.oust corner of K. J. (^ayton'K tim-  bc-r cliilin, thenoe wost-laeliains thenco norlh  UU chains. I hence east -ill chains to t he Colli m-  bimfc Wostcra Kailwuy, thence smith follow-  U\_Kthe Colunibia & Wihtorn Kailwuy to the  finlniofuotaraeneemunt.  rated at. Nolison, ll. C��� the -Itii dav 01 Jiine,  -' ������  nma.   ��� . - ��� ���!*.  1  IS S'rvnns.  '������ :-Wri.LTAM-SnTKna, Agent.  NOTICE Is hereby Klven that ::o davs after  date, I Inlend to apply lo the Cliief CoiniuN-  sioni'i'Df IhHiiiIh and Works IV.r a sie-jial 11-'  eenee town and carry away limber rrom the  following di-Bcribed lands, situated on the  west bank of the Columbia Kiver. \\ t'St  Kootenay District: c'omrni-iieliii; at, a post  jiiarked "K. ������- Clayton's N. K. Corner."*  t'liriicc west IM chains 10 K. IC. A Voung'u  tiiiibe*cli_l'P..tbi'iu-e: south 1(W chains along  I* K A. yo'u'i)^'!. (.irnberclaiin. th iiceeistfiO  cliaiiis loilie Columbia �� Western Itailwny.  tlieacrt norlh rnlln.wliis Ilie't;ol.;iijbta _ Western Haihvay 100 ebaiasto the polnt'ijl- commencement. . ' ,  JJttted at Nelson, II. C , tbe 4lii day of Juno.  J* JI. 1. ClaytO>",  TIMBERJJCENCES  NOTICK is licreby given that thirty days from  date, 1 inlend to n'pplv to the Chief (loijimis-  sioner of Lnuds und Works for 11 .-pecinl licence  to cut and curry uway timber from the following described hinds in West Kouteniiy District:  (No. 1) Commencing iit-a post murlced the W.  C. 12. Koch southeast corner post, tlience running north eighty eliains, thenee nest eighty  eliains, thence south eighty chains, thence  cast eighty chains to point of commencement,  ^uid post is situated 01^ the nortli bank oi tho  Little Sloeau itiver, about three miles from the  Kast l-'ork.  (No. 2) Commencing nt a post planted ai.tl  marked tl-.e W. C. K. ICoeli southwest corner,  thenee running east eighty chuius, thence  north forty chains, tlience west eighty chnins"  thence forty chains' south to point of'.commencement. This limit is adjoining license  No. 1.  (No. o) Commencing at a pest marked the W.  C. _. Koeh northwest corner pi st, thence running cast eighty chains, tlience south eighty  chains, thence west eighty chains, tlience  north eighty eliains to point of commencement.   This limit adjoins limit No. a.  (No-. 4) Commencing at a post marked the W.  C. E. Koeli northeast corner post, thenee running west eighty chains, thence soutli forty-  chains, thence east eighty chains, tlience north  forty chains to point of commencement. This  limit is adjoining limit No. 3.  (No. 5) Commencing at a post marked the W.  C. li. Koeh northwest corner post, thenee cast  righty eliains, thence south eighty chains,  thenee west eighty chains, thence north eighty  chains to point o. commencement. This limit  is abou_-one mile west of limit So; 4.' .   ' ��� ...  (No. ti) .Commencing nt a post marked the W,  C. _. Ivoch southeast corner post, thence running north eighty chains, thenee west eighty  chains, tlience south eighty chains, thence east,  eighty chains to point of commencement, This  limit is adjoining limit No 6.  (No. 7) Commencing at a post marked the W.  C. _. Koch southwest corner post, theuce running north forty chains, tlieiK-e eust eighty  chains, thence south forty, chains, thenee west  eighty chains-topoint of commencement. This  limit is adjoining limit No ti.  (No. 8) Commencing at a post marked the W.  C. _. Kueh southwest corner post, thence running north one hundred and sixty chains,  thence east forty ciiuiua, thence south onehun-  dred and sixty chains, thence went forty chains  to point of'commencement. This limit is sit-  iia-icd about one mile Irom. the mouth of the  ea<t Kork in a northerly "direction.   s  (So. 9) Commencing at a post marked tlie W".  Ci-K. Koch northeast corner post, thenee running west eigtity chains, thence south eighty  chains, thence east eighty chains, thence north  eighty eliains tn point of commencement, fclaid,  limit is at the Forks 01  the Itiver on the south  SidC.-'HO     ;:--: ���.' ' ��� .      .-.;-e-j:-      .���;.'..-. .. :.  (No. 1(>) Commencing- at a post inurkedthe  W. 0: K'.i Koeh 'southeast! cornel; pnst.-Hhence  running north eighty chains, Uiuin.-e west  eighty chaius, thence south eighty chains,  thenee eust eighty chains to point of i.om-  mciieem'ent. fcaiil limit is about a mile wesl  oi the mouth of the Little Slocan Kher.  (No. 11) Commencing at a post marked, the  \V. _. Koeh northwest corner 1 ost, tlience r'iin-'  niiig eight}* chnins cast, Iheuce suttth eighty  chums, thence west eighty chains, theme  norlh eighty to polut of commencement. This  limit joins theNo, lu limit. ���-.  (>o, 12) Commencing at a-posl .marked the  VV. K. Koeli iioitheu.-t corner post, tnuiice-rnn-  ning-west eighty chains, theuco. soma eighty  eliains. tlience cast eighty chains, thorn 0 north,  eighty claius 10 |;6int of commencement.  ThisiimitjoinsunlolimitNo.il. '  Dated and Located this -ind i.uy of Juue;1005."  \V. V. li. Kocu,  Frank FlktlHkb, Agent.-  adies' Blouses  We have just received the latest styles and designs of. Ladies' White Blouses, Muslin, India Linen, tucked and   lace and insertion trimmed ; sizes 32 to 44 ; prices 75c, $i.co, $1.25. $1.50 and up.  Ladies'Shirt-Waist Suits  VVe   have a large range of above geeds in all the  latest styles, including Organdy, Linen, Fancy Muslin,  Cotton Voiles, and  Crepe de Chine, Mohairs, in all colors ; prices $4.co, $5.00 $6.co and $io.co per suit.  Ladies' Wash S kills  I.-. White Pique, White Duch, Linen, al shades, lace and embroidery trimmed, $1.50 to $5.00.  Call and see our range of summer Muslin,-Cofton Voiles���just the thing for shirt waist suits���from 15c a yard up.  THE BIG GASH STORE  WW  #,  ���.  IRON BEDS ��4.00       A ' <���  PIANOS  t  Two gpcoad hand Bell Pianos riatios talcen In exchango for Mason A Uiseii riatii).-!.     For. Sile Cheap-One German miilcc, Walnut Case, S150.   One Square Top, ?lon. " ^r  Complete   House  Furnishers       T  '�� Funeral Directors, Embalmers .'"^'.���'  J. G. BUNYAN, UNDERTAKER.  -'.IU^L���1H1   liuioai   1^ .ia..\,v,i u\;i  .w.-i,     ...... p....._-  cd iiboli't GO'ihaiiis north 01 tlie northeast bauk  ol tne'I.it'tl&'moe'au'' ri\er (known as thoAVest  l-'ork) tlieh.-b nuiiiing soutli till chains th""  west su i-ii'aiiis.'.iUeiii-c north-'8u chiiins.'iii  NO'J'ICK is hereby giyen lhat tliirty I'hys  Irom dulc 1 inlend loupply lo the Chb l'C��oii-  liiissionei- of Lauds anu WorUs lorsp.-euil 11-  eensi s id cut und carry away- ihi,beriioiii tlio  following (lesei'lbeii lands a'iluated in West  Kootenay Disirict:  .. (A) Commencing nl a post nmrked W. C. K.  Ivoen tf. \V. corner liost, plumed lioiir lliu east  ban a of lln: Little .-.loean Itivcr, about one  utile south of the Little. ,Slocali Lake, llti'iiee  iilpping north eighty idiains, tiience east  eijjliiy ehiuns, I hence south eijihiy chains,  1 i-.ciice-\\e.--t;t'lj;ii'iy^eiuiiiisiio^'p(.lii Uoi'^iyiiii^  ini-ncununt.  Ill) I'oii.iiiciicit.;. ala post l'laaled near the  cast sliore atthe foot ot Utile sjlut-aii .Lake,  and marked the \V. L\ K. Koeh .S. W. corner  post, llience running east forty chains, tlience  in.rt.i tony chains,thenee east tuny olaiiiis.  iheuce north lorty eliains, Ihoitce west forty  chnins lo Little slocan 1-akc, thenee soutb-  westerly eighiy chains to point of commencement.  li!) C'oiiiineiiclii" at a post planted on tlie  east shore of Little ��loeun i.sn;c, about one  uille fiom the outlet, and uiaikud W'.V. li.  Kothtj. W. corner post, thenee runnlii^ east  flirty' chains, thenee north eighty cliiiins,  I hence west forty chains, thence in-ri.li forty  1 luiins. thenee we.-t forty eliains, llience sotnli  eighty cliaiiis, theuce ea.-t loriy chains,  thence suulh forty chains 10 point of co.tu-.  nicnceincnl.  (M) t.'oiiimiMii'ing at a post planted about  one iiiilu souih 01 Little fliiean Lake, near  the east bunk ol'the Little rt.ocui Uivtsr, and  inurked the \V. K'. K. Koeh N. \V. eoriur jKist,  1 heiiec i-.iinniiig suulh one hand red and mxiy  ehaiiis, llience ein-l loriy chains, lln lice norm  one hundred ami sixty chain , tlience west  I'or.y chaii.s to pxiiii ofcoiiiniei.eenienl.  l.oca led Ibis 2nd day of June, P.>U;>  o    W.��;. K KoCll,  Ily *i\\ S.. iJUKM-av; Ageot.  NOTICK Is hcriby giyeu that lliii ty deys  from diuc 1 liilci d Id a'|.pl}'"^o t'lie Unlet'Uoin-  TIMBER JJCENCES  "NOTICE-Is hereby given that thirty, days  from date 1 iutend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd -'Works for �� special  licence to cdt and carry liwity timber irom the  foi.owing described hinds in West Kootenuy  district: " Commencing Ht a post marked the  'Joseph 'Provdsl N.li..Coiner Post," and plaut-  r.'.l  ..1.,.,,-�� ,.,,'].I,���!;._ ',,.,,.,1. .li Mt'rt m.i'tt'.cn^l. I^nnU  t  iieueo  iic.i>��� i'ii>iiin.iiiEi,ii......... ..v ~ .., .lionce  iveslBu cliaiiis to'tti6 point of commencement,  laile'd tlii.-V'ltli dav of Mav, 1D.ii*>;  "'':." '���-..���'"'       -" . ' .losB.i'U Provost.-  M.)'I'10K Is hereby given tluit>thirty ua\s  Iroiuilnte iintend to imply to thcChiei Coi'n-  iniS.-ii.ner of LunUs and Works fora special  licence to c.utand carry nwiiy tiniber f'runi lhe  following described lands in West Kootenay  district: C'oinnienciug nt a post niarkeil the  ' Ch PioVost N'.K. Corner Post." planted shout  Wi chains nortli of .the northeast- bunk of the  We.-t 'Kork of tlie Little Slocan river, thence  south 8U chains, thence, went su chains, theuce  Ki.rth'80 cliiiins. theuce east KO chains lo point  of comiricnccmvnt.         Dated lliis'21ln day of Mav,19U5.  _____ _______________ 0. TH0V0ST,'���  - NOTICK is licreby given that-thirty days  ��� from ihite 1 intend to apply 1" the Cliief Commissioner of Lands and Wi'rks for a special"  licence to eu't'and' i arr> 11 v> ay.timber from the  following de.scrilied binds in ;W'est Koufenay  district: Commencing at a post, -marked  '-i_.eo.-ge -Ager's N.W. Corner Post, Limit No.  1," anil planted about:'!) feeton east side of the  trhii about i'Aiii yards soutli of Pitman's build-  iu^^,^^esl of Uoburtson creek, thenee east bo.  elniius. tlience south SO chains, thenee went sb'  chains, theuce north SO chains to pointof beginning. . ; ��� .  Dated lhis'2lth day of May, 190r>.  ���'-.    - - tiliOKGI-: Agkk.  ... v  nis^loaer of Uiiuli and Win k�� for special li-  eensijs lo cut and tarry aviay tiniber from Ihe  fi'llowlnii deherlUnl lands'iu We.1 Koolenny  1 is,ri- I.:  (No. Ij Commencing nt a postmarked the  (jcprge Akci-N W corner post, planted wist  of liiibeiispn Creek, llience riiniiiiig; easl  eighty cliiiins, il.eiu'v' south 1 i^lity chains,  lluaicc west civilly chains, tbciiee 1101 til  1 Ijiliiy chnins to i>.iiit iii'cijuin^e'tVqMiicnt.     r  (No. 'i) Comineiicing at :i' pt>sl ni'ai'kv'!i*l  Clcoi'ge Agei-'his. W. eorner post, iiiem-:e ri'in-^  nin^ east forty eliains, iheinte north Iwciiiy"  .���luiins, tlionoe inst. forty chains, thenee m.i-.'h  VweuliJ chnins, theiue ei.st lorljf' chains,  (.hence i^orih t\yeniy chains, tlieiu-c'east forty  eTiriJiiN," 1 liciico jn��i't\i p 1 ty cl.nii'is, ilunee  west iprtY <-haiiis. tlieV,(-.(i so^th twimiy  chains, tlieiicv w'i?st ip.rty ehaiiis. iiie\^psuii\h  tvyenty chains,' Uici|Co \Yysl ' i'l.^ty chains,  HlpUce soutli twenty ch'a,ns, thclicc "vyest  ful'ty eljains, then(:e'soui(> lt,(-tS* eliains t('),  point pf commencement, ."-aid post \si'pliii.tcd  about Uvcpiy yards from po.-tof No. l^luiin.  Jaoeatcd anduated lh!s2|idt\i\j- t.f Jiiiie. ltHV*>.  Utoi;tJii_.r,l.K. .  Jfu'flCE is hereby given  thai thirty days  ��� fri'.m daic,l i.Uciul toapply tothe Ulihf Com-  . piisslonci- of Lands ami W'taks for a special ((,  : ei'ticc to cut ami carry away Umber- in on lli��'  ��� (o 1 towing described  lands in -West Kootcimy  U'slvict:  Cominencinii nl a post, marked tho  "Hubert Ilorrie���-. K. Corner I'ost." and plnaled  ; on llic North bnuk.of t ie  Little >Sloii\n Itiver,  i about one mile West of llic Main'Kloe.-m slo-  lism Kiver ; thenee  running -North Si) chains;  thenee ntnniiij? Wcst&l chains; tlieneo 11111-  . 11i11sj.S011l.l1 Sll oliain.: llience running fSijst 8U  ' chains tii point olfroliimeiiccnictil.       ..   N,  JV.l1.1l this 24Hi day of May. Ifltjfi.-'  lioUKUT IfOltltlK.  NtJTICB is hereby givon that' thirty days  from dale t intend lo apply lo the t:hfof Commissioner-of Lands ami Works for a special  licence to cut and carry iiivny tliiibor from  tin! following.clescrlbed land- in West- Ivooie-  n.-iy l.iiKlrlet :* Commencing at a post, marked  "A.T. Xooit's N. W. Ciimer I'ost"'and planted  on tlio Kiist side of lhe North Korl' of the  I/ttle Siocnn Itiver abotil a mile norlh nf the  forks of lhe Little Slcijin IUver, lltenco run-  niiarKast SOi-liailis; tlience HouthSO eliains;  i thence Wcs'lWi chains; iheuceKorth SOchaint!  lo the' polnl jif beginninir.  l>.ited this attli ilay of May, ltU>.    A. T. I-'COTT.  NC'I'It'lO is licreby given that thirty days  fiVin date, 1 Intend toapply to thc ClilerCom-  iiirssioner'ol' Uiii'dH anil Works for n spccinl  licence- to cat and enn'j- away tiinbcr.l'roin lhe  follow-In)' iloscrlbpo hiiids'ln West K)ioter.ay  Disti let,: c'r.miiiencing at a |>o��t niar.ked "A.  T.Scott's S. W. Corner INr-t", and p/aiitiil oi\  the Kast side i>f the 'North l-'ork of tin: Little  Slocan Ulver, about a mile North of tlie Porks  of tlie Lilile Mocan Itiver, ihonce niiinin^  Kast til) chains; thciuv Aorth S) ehahiK;  tlienceWi'sl Sn chinos; tiience Southi'uchains  lo point of bc^iniiiiiir.  .JJJl-.iied this 2-ltli day of May, l��*-,.  '." .-,-  '    o A-.T- S'<"OTT.  NQT-1CB is hereby given that tliji-ty ili\ys  |ioui date I intend tp. apply 19 'tlie llhieX Coin-  inissiouer bt' Lands ^nd Works r6r.u special  licence'to cut and carry away limber from ilie  following described  lands in West I^ootena.;  NOTICE .is hereby given thnt thirty days  nfter date I intend to.apply to the Cliief Coi'u-  luissionei- of Lauds lind "Works tor a special  license to cut and carry away timber from the  jolldwing described luudsjiu Vicst Kootenay  district: Commencing at a post -markeil  "Ceorge Ager's U.W. Corner Post, Limit No.^1,'''  and planted about 30 leet on east side of trail,  about live hundred yards soutli of Pitman's  buildings, west of Uooertson creek, thence running ea.it"lo'chains, Iheuce north "iu chains,  tlience east 'in chains, thence north -A) chnins,  tlieiico eiist 'Hi chains, tlience north LU-chains,  ilien.e oiioi-lO chains, thenee h'ot-ili'40 cliaiiis,  tlience west 40 chains, thenee soma "JO eliains,  llience vest 40 chains, thenee south-'ju eliains,  liieiice west 40 chains, tlience soutli 2u chains,  llieneewcnt ���i chains, thence south 40 ciiaiun  lu pointof beginning.  Dated this ^4tli dav of Mav, 1805.  "-���I       ���       '    ,:     ���    -'-,    --���'��� tHEOKGE A0ER.  NOTICK is hereby given that thirty dny.-  l"i-oiii date 1 in lend to apply to the Cuu-i Cone  missionei- 1,1' Lands' and Works for n specia.  license to ciit'aiul carry"ii\.ay timbei' iroiii the  lolluwing described liiuds in West Kuoteua,  district: .Coiiiiauueing at a i.osi in uked tin  "A. l. Plant N.W . Corner l'osl," planted 01  the east siile 01 Liltle t-'locan riier, a bout 1  mile south of tlie-*lori;s oi the Little blocai-  river, tntiu-e'easi Sci chaius, thence soiuii 1*  chains, llience-wesi, SOciiains, tiience nortli &  chains to poiiit oi beginning.  ".   bated tiiiSi-lfh iluj 01 .Mav, 11)05.    '  ".-";-       A. L.  Pl^XT.  N0T1C_* is hereby given that thirty (in.  from dute.I intend tu apply to the Cniei Coil.,  missioner'oli Lands uud Works lor a speein  lic'-iise'io eal und 1 airy away timbei- from tin  following described lands in West Kootena.  disirict: . Commencing at a pest marked tin  ���-.I. Lalonde N.li. corner i'ost," i-laiited iihou.  (iu el.ttitis nortn from the northeast bank of tin.  West Fork of tlie Little Slocan river, llienei  running south 8u chains, thence west su chain.-:,  -tlience aovth Mi chaius, thenee east 80 ehaiiis to  --point,of eoiuiiiciioemeiitf iihd-adjoiiiiiig^U^l'ro-  vosi location. ���..-������  Pnted (his Lt.tli day, of May, ICtli!.  J. Lalonde.  ��� NOTi'CE is hereby given that t4iirty days  Irom date 1 intend lu. apply lo the Chief Com-  missioner 01 Lauds and-Works ior a-special  licence to cut and carry away timber from lhe  following lands in West Kootenay district:  Coiiitnehciiig at a .'post marked -li. A. Mct-ati-  ycirs .i.W. corner lost," ami planted about UU  chains irom the bank on the east or norm side  ol the Al est I'ork 1,1 l.ittie Slocan river, thence  running north SU chains, thence east ,sl) chains,  thence south hu chums, thenee .'est .so i-ntiiiu  to puint of beginning.     ������'"_.-'.     .       -   '  Lateu tain _lth day of Mav, 1S05.  "���'������     _. A. il��r.i,avEN.  NOTICK Is hereby glvon tha- 30 days nft. r  'date I Intend to 111.ply to tho Chief Coinmls.  sioner of Lands and Works, for a. spooial 1|.  conce to cut and carry away timber I'roni the  following described lauds, situated on the  west bank of the 1 oluinUia Itiver, West  Kooleuay Disirict: Cuiimeiuihg at a po t  on tbe si-ulh bank if China Creek, marked  ���K. .1. CI lyton'sS. W. Corner." tn_nce north  UO eliains. thence east 80 chains 10 tlie Columbia i_ Wsorn Kaiiway. tli,i ce Kontli  toll, wine IbcColumbhi A- V/eKtcrti ltailway  __0 eliains, Ibence \vost40 chain1:10 1 hi- poiut  of commencement con: ainiiv; Mi acrerf.  Di.'ted at Nelson, \i. C, tlie6th d.-y of June,  i��13. '   " '  .'  1?, J, CFavtp-"*.  iii i Ve Creek;   thence S-'oulli KO chains i   thence  Kast Bllchftins; tlience North 80chains; tlience  \Vost til) chains to point Of coniaiencomeHt.  littted (hi)i --Ul. day of May.lSia.  James IIorrie.  NOTICE is herebv given that thirty days  from dale, 1 Intend to apply to tho'CliiefCoui.  missioner of Lands and Works for �� special  licence to eut and carrvaway timber from the  following dc cribed lands in West Kootenay,  district : ("oniineneing ot a post marked the  "Daniel Kobin-en >'. K. Coiner Post ' planted  on the South side of the Little Slocan Kivei-  on hank ab n.tr00 f et below the Forks of Ihe  Little flo un Kiver aud what 's known as Kour  Mile Creek; theneeSoutli SO cha ns; thence  V'e-t80chnins; tlience Not thSOchains: thence  JCBHtSilchains to pointof f. mirenccmciit.  Dafed this 24'h day 0/ Mny, 191)!.  PAN IE!. KOEIX50N",  NOTICE" is hereby given Hint thirty da.vs  from dine 1 intend to apply to llic Chief Commissioner ol Lands unit Works fur a special  licence to cut and nirryaway limber from the  follow - i 11 tf described lauds-situated iu \\c.-t-.  Kootenay district: Coiiinieniing tit a post  marked the "J. Leyrdd N.K. Corner Pont."  plained 'about (A> chains north of tne nor.ihensl  haiik of !he "A'e.-t l-'ork of the Little clocnii  river, theiiec south K> chains, tlience west ,SO  chains, 1 hem e norlh St) chains, thence east SO  chains to point ol' comiueuceuient.  Dated tliisL4lli day of'ilay, lWifi.   '..-'-- J^Leyuod.  NuTlCK is hereby given that thirty days  from date. I Imen'd to npply lo the Chief Commissioner, of"'Lands And Works for.ii special  liceaie't',' cut in it curry a v. ay timber from the  following described hinds in. \\e_t Kootenay  disirict: Coinnitneiiig i\t a past niarked the  "A. I, Plant S.W. 1 io'her'I'o.-t," phiuted o"n the  cast side Of the Little Klocati ri\er. about a  mile south of the. forks of the Little Moetin  river, iheiueeast Ml chains, thence iiorth t>0  chains, tlience west So chaiiis^thence south t.)  chains In point of beginning.  Dated this U-tth day of Slay, 1005.         '-.       ��� ' ��� A. L. 1'I.ANT.  NO^K'K is hereby giifn . tln^t thirty days  from 'ditte I'inteiiil' to a,pply'tp the Chief Ccni-  iiiissiony,r. ol'Lands' and Works fo/'a specl-.il  Nelson, B. C.  ** For Sale in the  I  can   sell  you Choice   Fruit   Lands in  io,  20. 40, So or 160 acre  blocks ait  ine'itce noi-iti to ci:|iiiin.  (^crioe ih-.-s mi i uaiun,  tlience sotilti 80 chains, tlience east SO chains to  point of commencement  ���Dated tl.is24.lvany of May.isos;  -.   * J' 1'-  KVTKP8EW3.  NOTICK is hereby gtvon that thirty days  from date! intend 10 apply to the Cliief Commissioner of 'Lands aud-Wprks fin- a special  license to cut and i arry awn'y limber from the  followintr described lands, ih West Kootcnny  district: Commencing at a,j'6st marked "W.li.  Swerdfegc's rt'.W. i oilier Foist," planted on  the nortli bank ol the-West Arm of Little Siocnn river. <>pi ositethe month of liusycll creek,  tbence nortli SOeluiins, thence cast SO chains,  thence south SO ils'iiiSkjiience west SO chains  to'point of cnmTnesH-einei.t'K..'   .-  Uiiled this 24th day of 5'n-. 1��I5.  ���Mr'. Jl. SwERprECEit,  I do not oiTiit* for sale any fruit liticl that I hive' not personally ex"  amined. I afiiara'itee every block to be as good as represented, and having sold a large portion of tiie land now being brought under culture in  this district I would be safe in offering any min his mo;iey back with 10  per cent interest who is not satisfied vvith his purchase., Not one would  "do it because lhey can double their money.  I have nice fruit lands across the lake from Nelson, only one mile  from the city.    I have choice lands in the famous  Cpayvfor-^ Bay Qistrict,, on Kooten-ay La^e,, Qn Kp-oA--  eriay River, on Slocan Rryer, o.n. Slogan, Lak:e, on.  Arrow Lal^es, on Cpjtimbia River, *^n Fcir<? Valley aRd,  Creston districts.  and several pa,rtly it_,proved f^rniiS.     Wild la.nd suitable for stock ranges;  ^nd ,^uiber lands that I have- afiiiised. myself..      VVT'ite me for pamphlet.  q,\\d tt^nis ofpftymentv audi ��� '  Don't  Buy  Til! You See  Me  J  Nelson, B.Cr


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