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NsELSON, B. C.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. J 907.
FlFTT  CBNTS A  MONTH
Iparty prospects
Splendid Greeting Given
to Borden
[AST WELL OHGANIZLD
. Fisher's Uniortunate Sneer Was
Wide of the Mark���Political
News of Capital.
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pronounced     l.y
audience
Ottawa, Dec. 7.���On the evening
. alug ..f Hie house an
meeting  wus  held   in
i This   was the  elusin^'
, :  Mr   Borden's Canadian tour.
,     ..i.ly   liiiiiinai.-il   al   the
, ;.    in,in. use      torchlight    pro-
bed    through    the    streets
I   ii...   :.;,.i.-i   ,.1   ihe  ....,.:.
n   -1.I.IIC-   Iu   1 he  I.lUC    ol
i ,.. even   way  the <1< nuMi-uru
I   :ii-|,i!icelll     SUCCeHS.        Th'*,
trl im    w-as    crowdiil    an.l
turned  away froni  want   ...
me ;" or 4U Conservu.lt ve
[*��� ��� i, li.rs of parliament ..c
I on  ih.-   platform, aud the
|, Ontario   was   one   of  those
v fro ma distance lo pay  Ih-ir
[1 i '..useivHtlve leader anil
support     to    tbe     cause
��� ��� s,-nts.
,.|.,.k<-   with   grout    force
i, :   in  support   of lhe  Mali
[; declaring   n.osl   eiiiph:,' I
Ij Ilia: II !,iH  party should SODOM* al
would ai  -une  uive effect
les contained In  that   de
. plsos is more Inter
-ivii   s.   ���.,...   reform   than   Ottawa.
th    presence of thousand.
-   **lu��  will  rememhei   whai
Ml    Borden  declared thai   th,
I   i, * rvatlve   parly   would   remove   the
-".met Irom     partisan     influence     and
<-..!-.��� app. ,ntments  aud   promotions  to
an   independent   authority
...  merit  al ������.,.      He repented pledges
swhers  ihat  ihe  Intercolonial
raltwaj   would   also he    rescued    Irom
ntrol   and  placed  under  an  In
���    >'inmission     such     as   Mr.
ha    . -lalilished   lor  ihe   man
'',<    tallway    l.eloii.'.ln^   to
'Ih.     opposition     leader     de-
ollt CEl     corrupt Ion.     bribery
..- elections, and called upon
��� i.. join   him in his efforts tn
��� tT.-nc.-s to an end.
Mi   Borden did  not   allow  the recent
itstement       .'   the   minister   of   public
: .,- unnoticed. He ehalleng
��� ii Mr Pugsley io-appoint n commission
'   nnin,t.   minutely mm the campaign
��� ..i both parlies iii the elec
Hon .,t 1804 in oid.-i  10 ascertain how
��� cnnirll.uied. Ironi what
���oiirci. ii came and how It was expend
"l    Mi    Horden stated  tha'  In would
��� ,.. il,:,t ....nnii .-���'���>". :."'! '''"
nil lie knew. He Invited Mr PugS;
lej anil  Ins  fellow  ministers to do  the
���   and amid the cheers or the audi
li n.l.d  lhat   U this  proposition
��.������ not a..-...,ted Mr S?ugaley would
stand diacn dlted before the country. "1'
���>  meet " said  Mr   Borden,  concluding
rence to lhe New Brunswick
minister,  "that   the   government   which
��� .1, .| ii,,. perpetrators of the
Brockvllle and Huron election frauds
a��'l ...lie,   similar   crimes  should   huve
 ii*. counsels  ihe    politician,
who us attorney general of New Bruns
wick refused I,. bring to Justice 0
mlnala who siutT.-d  the  IMih.
total   usl.   and   w. .
lodgei   on the  hench    to    he guilty of
theft,   perjury  and   forgery"
liiis   was  Mr.  Whitney's  second  up
I'-i'imc.   us a public    speaker    on   tie
Ruasi ii platform    He r tiled his pre
rloui \isp when he addressed the Ottawa .lectors in 1808, making his last
ipeech before the provincial election.
On n���. polling dav the Uoss govern
Brant, right arm of the l.uurler ii.liiiin
latrstlon, was crushed, nnd as Mr. Willi
ii.-y  predicted  tin*  Laurier admlnlstrs
Hon  would   he In  the   ll'M   I', deial  elec
Hon. The premier of Ontario said hs
*as glad lo come sum miles to show
Ids regard for und eonlldence In the op-
Position lender in the Dominion, w**on*
h" pronounced  u worthy su rssor or
Hi" founders of the l.ilieiiil-ConserMi-
'!>" party and n most upright, devoted
and capable public man. Incidentally
Mr. Wlnanev remarked on the docility
of Liberal members oi" Parliament who
loyally accepted the Judgment of the
premier, Unit not one *if them was til
lo he a minister, nnd Hint 11 was there
fore necessary to hum around outside
tot successor! tu Mi'. Ilymun and Mr.
ISininerson.
Mr Bergeron closed ihe meeting with
"" eloquent and Witty address. Klvl'H-'
������'���ia.' reminiscences of his tout with
"i Borden or the West nnd many
laughable references to Ilie success of
���;,l:'iii politicians in gathering t
themselves  extensive   domains  in  lhal
'���TI..I,
, Mr. Fisher has been making a speech
'" which he declared Unit Mr. Borden
'���"leiniiy avoided repeating the Western
land charges ln places when the fuels
were    known.     Mr.   Fisher's
was greatly misinformed.
Th, Blalrmore lownsite sleal was discuss, d at the place where the politician
lives who carried through lhe deal and
i""i" I l.y li. The Oalway grazing lease
Boundal, the Grand Forks deal und lhe
BOhUS sleal were discussed at Calgary. I-ethbrldge, Medicine Hat and
Moose Jaw. the places of meeting near*
esl l��� the scene of the operation and
ih" bom.- oi the principal perpetrators
They were uh... denounced at Prince
Allien and Uoslherii. *.vh.*r>* two of the
principals reside. The Saskatchewan
land deal was described and attacked
at Begins and oilier points nearest to
Hi,, scene of the plundering operations,
'lln- timber leas.- scandals were expose.I
in ihe meetings held nearest to the
operations and the residence of the
chief operator, lt may be said further
thai tlie uudlence sin theBe places
Were deeply interested and gave every
sign that these acts of plunder would
receive at  their hands the  punishment
they   deserve.
It took the Supreme Court ot Canada f..u: minutes to decide that the appeal of Messrs. Rocn�� and Carney
Bgalnet the trial of the petition against
them w-as frivolous. These alleged representatives ,,f Halifax have managed,
l.y evasion of service, by appeals and
other dilatory proceedings, to hold tin ir
seats f.r three sessions. They are
now sale for a fourth, for though the
case Ib ordered back for trial it (annul be Aried during a session of the
llte house The prof, ss.-d members for
Halifax will, therefore, sit and vote iu
the house as if itiey and their assoei-
a'<-s had been declared innocent of ihe
charges of corrupt practices Mr. Horden. who believes himself enlitte.1 to
��� -.nt Halifax may well demand better election laws, when men niuv sit
four yearn in parliament and stave off.
during thai period, the trial of the question whether they have a right to be
there. Such escapes from justice are
about the only triumphs which the gov-
ernn.ent obtains these da>-B.
Tlie London, election conspiracy trial.
before Judge Winchester, came to an
ml on Friday, lhe Judge finding all the
aecUBed gull'v. These are John O'Gor-
man, William .1 Mu:loy. naniel Wflej
and George M. Ueid. chief campaign
teanaee.s for Mr Hymun In the election of IMS, Th-se politicians were
a. ��� sentenced, but ure out on hall pend-
Ina th. result >.t an appeal on the question of Jurisdiction. The l.ondon vie
���,,ry of 11)05 was proclaimed throughout
Canada as a vindication of the policy of
the governmenl on the autonomy que.*
.|on. lt is now shown lo have been
merely a stolen eiection
WEEK'SIiINGIECORD
SAWMILLS^ CLOSE
Suspension of Work in
Ottawa Valley
Stocks   Remain   Fairly  Firm   in  Spit,   of
Idleness   and    Uncertainty-
Market Quotation..
The slock market for ihe past week
-bowed a slight Improvement with prices
becoming firmer and tradings more active.
Alberta Coal *S* Coke and Intel national Coal sold off slightly, with more of
Cerings noiic.ai.le than for some lime.
Qalbralth Coal remained vei> tit in and
in large demand Royal Collieries continued attracting buyers, and the trad-
iuL-. ni this sioci, was probably the feature or lhe week lliaiuond Vale Coal
nnd Western Oil showed but little
change,  remaining  weak und inactive.
1-. C. Copper Showed a slight g.i.n.
s. lllng up one eighth throughout Granby
da.'s trading, and closed abonl $1.0(1
per share for lhe lowest figure reached.
11..li,inn.n Copper also showed a gain.
selling up oneeigih throughout Granby
continued firm and attracted a good deal
or     attention.     Consolidated     Smelters
showed but  little    change,    remaining
weal, and inactive al abonl *���*�� lo ��S.,.
Cariboo McKinney dropped, selling down
ever ii cem per share, but with little
demand. Rambler Cariboo and Sullivan
showed  almost  no  change,   remaining
llrm  I.ul  inactive throughout.
The following are the approximate
quotations for the week ending today:
Alberto Coal *-.* Coke
American   Marconi..
ii. C. Copper	
llieckenrldge l.und. .
Con.  Smelters	
Cariboo McKinney..
Canadian Marconi . .
Diamond Vale Coal..
Dominion  Copper ...
Diamond coul	
Ginnbv    	
Galbraith  Coal	
Hewitt   Mines	
Internationa] coal...
Krtio    	
Ui Plata MlneB	
Norih  Star	
Nicola Coul Mines..
Nicola Valley C. <*��� C
Panhandle  Smelter, ���
Rambler cariboo ���
Royal Collieries	
Sullivan   	
Tea Kwa  Mines	
White Pear	
Western on (Ord.) .
\. :>...
$    .38      $
80.00.
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MANY ARE UNEMPLOYED
Lumbering Industry Now Idle tn All
Districts���News of Canada
From Ocean to Ocean.
Ottawa, Dec. 7.���J. R. liooth's sawmill,
'-ruiiluyinK ovr nix hundred n��*n. is
OlOMd duwn. Other li-cal luniljer manu-
laclureiri have aliso dineuntiiiued oiH-ra-
tioiiK for the aeasun; m all nearly twelve
hundred men are aftecied by the closing
"town uf the mills.
Ottawa, Dec. 7.���The issuance of a
writ of haheas corpus on behalf of li.
Coniin-ru, hotel keeper, Moncton, N. li.,
now berving a sentence of imprisonment
ior violating the Scott Act. waa refused
by Chief Justice  Kitzpatriek.
John Henry Seeley, detective la the
government service, died today. He
did good service in the mounted police
as a scout.
Winnipeg, Dec. 7.���Sampson Walker,
ex-M. i\ 1J. of .North Winnipeg, has left
with Mrs. Walker to spend the winter
tn Victoria.
threshing machine and got his hand
caugb, in the machinery and the arm
waa literally torn from the socket. The
nearest physician was absent, and as
every moment was of vital importance
to the homesteader, owing to the danger
oT bleeding to death, the party hastily
left for the long drive to Saskatoon.
They arrived here last night but Lacha-
spelle expired a few minutes later. The
body was taken back to his home today
where he leaves a wife and two children.
WHYNOTLEMIEIJX?
London, Dec. 7.���For the first time
since his return home. Mr. Hytnan was
permitted to see newspaper men yesterday. He said he was feeling much better. For months he suffered from Insomnia and it was really not until he
started for home _at It was possible
for him to sleep ��.A. formerly did. He
said he would have to he very careful
for some time yet.
Winnipeg. Dec. 7.���Tho will of the
late William Jau.es Mitchell, former
wholesale druggist, just tiled for probate, disposes uf $102,21.7.09. His estate in Ontario is I4U.329.18. 11 dtvl
tiaold W. Mitchell, and brothel *. N
Mitchell, boih or Winnipeg, '
daughter, Inez C. liruughall. of '1 near
ure executors and trustees.
Morden. Dec. 7.���Contractor Eggo haB
returned lo Winnipeg after BUi>eriulend-
Eng the erection of the Bcaffold for the
execution of Lawrence Gowlaud, the
Killarney murderer who will be hanged
on December 13th. An executioner has
been secured but hlB name Is being kept
secret Gowland is but little moved by
the closeness of his doom. He is always in good spirits, sleeps a great deal,
eats heartily and talks freely.
Montreal. Dec. 7.���The Canadian Pacific liner 1-Smpress of Ireland, which
sailed from Halifax last Sunday at noon,
ai rived at Liverpool at midnight Friday,
making the trip across the Atlantic from
port to port in the remarkably fast lime
of four days. 19 hours and 30 minutes.
ThiB. in comparison with the performance of the Mauretania of the Cunard
line is most direct evidence of the advantage of the Canadian route. The
Mauretanin's time from New York to
Liverpool was about a days, eight hours.
Brandon, Dec 7.���Edward King, who
was sentenced io death by Chief Justice
Howell, will not hang, his sentence being changed to life imprisonment King
was guilty of shooting a Gallcian near
shoal Lake last spring. 'I ue Galiclan
was supposed to bave Insulted King by
spitting on ti is shoes.
Hid
.28
211.00
4.121-
.63
75.00
.ul'
2.25
.08
1.87V
.40
80.110
.20
.83
.09
.03
.02
.18
.25
.01! Th
.Us'..
.om
.90
Winnipeg. Dec. 7.���The Manitoba
legislature has been called to meet on
January 16.
Indian Head, Sask , Dec. 7���lt Is believed thnt two lives were lost iu Luke
Knlepw-a yesterday. Walter Osment. a
young man of Indian Head, started sailing up lhe lake in the morning. He has
not been seen since, though search
parlies have been looking for him all
day. George Parisian yesterday morning left l-ebrel. at the other end of the
lake, with a cow. driving her over the
ice towards Kalepwa. He has not since
been seen. It ls believed thai he lost
his lite bv going through the thin Ice
along Ilie north shore. Parisian was a
half breed who has lived ln Ihe valley
for many years.
HEAVY CASUALTY LIST
Pathetic   Scenes   at   Monongahela   Mine
���Victims Will  Probably Number
Nearly 400.
Monongahela. Dec. 7.���Up to one
o'clock today but sixteen bodies have
been broucht to the surface of mines
No. 6 and 8 of the Fairmont Coal company at Monongahela, four were Americans. The number of dead will not fall
below four hundred and may reach close
to five hundred.
American  Ambassador
Has Won Concession
N8 LABORERS TO COME
Japanese   Governmert Reported to
Have Promised to Restrict-Emigration to Student Class.
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gun
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$20,000,000 Involved.
Louis, Dec. 7.���AvRument was he-
the United Slates court of ap-
i m the suits to overthrow the Dawes
ooinmi"Won,i aiiounent of Choctaw and
OJUcoMa- lands in Oklahoma, worth
neu-lv twenty million ilollms. Tlie lands
were' wranted to the Indian trtbea Ln
lg80 The suits were brought to determine whether the courts have juris;
diction or whether the controversy shai.
he settled bv congress. A decision
probably will not be reached for a
month.
Wln&lp-Ki Dec. 7.���B. J. Mahon. late
manager of the Wlnninag branch of the
Hank of Nova Scolia, who has been
transferred to an important branch in
the east and who left today tn tuke up
ills duties, was presented with a handsome lovinK Ottp bv the city bankers
yesterday as a token of his associations
here.
Toronto, Doc. 7.���The council of the
Ontario Oollaga of Pharmacy will aBk
the Dominion government government
to forbid the sale of cocaine except on
orders from duly qualified physicians.
It is claimed thai people of New York
state, addicted lo the cocaine habit,
come lo Canada for a RUpply because by
law in that state it is prohibited.
Monongahela. W. Va.. Dec. 7.���Wfth
unabated t ,iergy five rescuing parties,
working f om every possible point to
enter and explore mines No. fi. and 8
of the Fi irroont Coal Co., a subsidiary
of the <- maolidated Coal Co, of Haiti-
more, where a terifflc explosion of
black damp occ ar *ed yesterday, are
this mr.nlng putting forth every effort
to n*1',,! the 315 men whom they have
eve Jeaaon to believe are still in the
min lead or alive, although there Is
scare spy a hope entertained that a single c *e of the 400 or more men who
went to the mine yesterday morning
has survived the terifflc explosion and
*'o poisonous gas with which the mines
com | immediately after the death deal-
or ^irash. Eighty-*ive bodies have so
far been brought to the surface and
tJie dozen undertakers from this and
surrounding towns, who were on duty
all night., by daylight had these bodies made as presentable as possible In
an improvised morgue, into which one
of the mine buildings had been converted.
In the dawn of day there began a
heart rending march up and down along
the aisles which these bodies have been
laid, by surviving wives and mothers
and sweethearts, orphaned children and
strong men, each seeking a near relative or beloved friend. There are between five and six thousand inhabitants
in the mining town of Monongahela and
it is doubtful if in this entire population there are a score of persons who
have not a near relative or close friend
numbered among the victims of the disaster. The people of the town are stun
ned by the catastrophe. They had long
believed these mines practically im
mune from the dangers so common to
the coal mining industry. The plant
of the company was provided with
every device for the protection of life.
and the equipment was considered tbe
most modern and complete outfit used
in the production of bituminous coal.
All the night hundreds of men stood
about the entrance of the two mines.
They said nothing but when approached and asked a question they would
give way to -their emotions. During
the night few women were to be seen
bnt all day yesterday the women were
the chief actors in the pathetic and
heart rending scenes, lt is thought by
tonight the full extent of the horror
will be known and it is feared the
knowledge of this will precipitate even
more pitiful scenes thau those of today
Uy those who witnessed it the explosion was likened to the discharge of a
cannon. ICvery movable object shot
with terifflc force through the mine. At
the entrance to mine No. 8, a concrete
power house was completely demolish
ed.
The mine officials state that forty
per cent, of the victims are Americans
Fifty physicians are at work near the
mines. The company has sent rush or
ders for coffins to Pittsburg, and other
towns, the tot*] number ordered being
380 up to this time.
Meet   in  Chicago-
Washington, Dec. 7.���The Republican
national
Tokio. Dec. 7.���There is reason to believe that the entire question of emigration of Japanese to America has
been satisfactorily settled, at least for
the present, after a series of conferences which have been held between
United States Ambassador O'Brien and
.Minister of Foreign Affairs Ilayasihi.
It is understood that at their last
meeting the representative of the Japanese government outlined a plan by
which it is agreed to limit emigration
to students and commercial men having
means oT support, and to entirely prevent Japanese laborers from going to
America.
BJORNSON'S  BIRTHDAY.
Norways's Poet is 75 Yeara Otd���Nation
Is Celebrating.
Christiania. Dec. 7.���All Norway is
preparing to celebrate tomorrow the
seventy-fifth birthday of her most distinguished poet and author. Ujornst-
jerne Hjornson. The anniversary will
be made the occasion for demonstrations by the literary, �� -amatic and sins-
,-Ag societies throughout the couniry.
*e*terary exercises will be held at the
universities aud in all the principal
towns and the venerable author will
doubtless be showered with congratulations from every quarter at the world.
Hjornson has long been recoguized as
the national poet of Norway. His name
is a synonym of the hopes and aspirations of the Norwegian people in their
political and intellectual struggles. No
man ever loved .Norway more than he;
no man ever did more than he for her
progress and prosperity. To promote
her welfare he has unwoariedly applied
all the powers of his great genius.
Hjornson was born in li^I- in the district of Osterdalen. wher his father was
a clergyman. Six vears later his family
moved to Romsdalen. a district famous
for its magniiicent scenery. At the age
or eleven the lad was sent to school.
but his progress was not rapid. When
eighteen y- ars old he came to Christ!
ania and at Holt berg's school became a
companion of.Henrik Ibsen, Jonas Lie
and others who were
famous.
later  to become
Home for Holidays.
New York. Dec. 7.���The majority of
the fashionable set is back in town for
the holidays. Those who remained ir
the country for Thanksgiving have returned to the city and apened up theii
town houses and will be kept busy till
long after Christmas, for the social
calendar is full of weddings, receptions
and dances, not to mention the two
operas that attract a brilliant gathering
every evening. The reopening of the
big mansions on Fifth avenue gives the
necessary touch* to the fashionable
quarters lo make it seem alive and gav
After many months of quiet, the bip
shutters have been removed from liu
windows, lights once more shirr, within
while carriages and autos afedin draw
��ip before the doors.
Elk. This will be good news for many
people and it is also quite probable that
the East Kootenay and King Dumber
mills will also resume operations in a
short time.
Christmas  Parcels.
The postoffice departmen is urging
those who intend sending Christinas
pa reels to the old country to arrange
to forward them aB early as possible,
as the business of the postal department becomes so congested during the
holiday season as to make it difficult to
handle such parcels expeditiously unless
ihey are posted at an early date.
Automobiles at Cranbrook.
Cranbrook is to have an automobile
1 very as soon as spring opens, according to the Hera'.d. P. L. Harris, late of
New York, has secured the premises
laiely occupied by T. L#ebel as a hay
warehouse on Armstrong avenue, and
will remodel it so as to make a modern
garage. Mr. Harris contemplates putting on a 16 passenger car to run between Cranbrook and Windermere, and
will also have runabouts and touring
cars.
PERSONAL.
R. S. Lennie is in Spokane on professional business.
A. H. Tuttle has returned to the city
and is at the Hume.
E. L. Gilbert, of Winnipeg, is registered at the Hume.
H. G. Wheilams, of Kaslo, came down
last night and is at the Hume.
J. A. Macdonald, K. C, was in the city
yesterday on professional business.
W. H. Brandon of Silverton, came
down last night and is in the city today.
J. T. Heattie, of the Greenwood branch
of the Hank of Commerce, arrived in
this city last night. /
R. M- Smith, of Montreal, has been in
the city several days and will leave for
the coast tomorrow.
Mrs. Beer, wife of Archdeacon Reer.
of Kaslo, has been in the general hospital for several days, but is now on a fair
way to recovery.
An Evening's Sport.
Hoarnsville, Ky., Dec. 7.���500 night
raiders destroyed $300,000 worth of
property at an early hour this morning.
Hundreds of shots were fired and several persons were badly injured.
G0LBF1ELD IS EXCITED
Arrival of Federal Troops Awaited With
Anxiety���Sheriff in Sympathy
With   Miners.
Chicago
national
16th.
committee voted in favor of
being the city in which th'
convention  will  be   held
J une
Saskatoon, Dec. 7.���Hector Lacha-
pelle, a homesteader, living 85 miles
from here, arrived in tlie city last night
in charge of friends and expired a few
minutes later in the city hospital. His
death was a most tragic affair. Lacha-
pelle,  Thursday,  waa   working  with  a
Liner Aground.
New York, Dec. ".���The Carmania is
fast aground In Ambrose channel, about
a  quarter of a mile east    of    Romer
beacon.
Head of Camorra Arrested.
Naples. Dec. 7.���The police of this
city have recently taken Into custody a
man named Antonv Delufcift. who a short
time ago was elected ���commander-in-
chief of the Camorra secret Bociety.
Deluclu had in his possession IfQ^OOO
which he is said to have made by
furnishing recruits for the Black Hand
ln New York.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Eternal  Summer  in   Kaslo,
A visitor from Kaslo today says that
not only are roses still blooming in the
lake town, but that sweet peas are still
In bloom.
Wood Scarce.
Woods is said to lie getting scarce in
the city. There Is very little being cut
in the district surrounding Nelson, the
reason being thut there ls no wood near
transportation.
Goldfleld, Nev.. Dec. 7.���There was
intense but suppressed excitement in
Goldfleld last night over the expected
arrival of United States troops in the
camp today. IJnion hall was filled until midnight with miners discussing the
situation.
President McKinnon of the local miners' union, a brother-in-law of Wm. D.
Haywood, is in charge of the miners
of the camp again. Vincent St. John
has been in the hospital for several
weeks as the result of a gun shot wound
received in a duel between himself and
another labor leader. Sheriff Ingalls.
who is out of town, said before leaving
that the call for troops was made over
his head. The sheriff is one of the owners of a large resort in Goldfleld which
is patronized extensively by the miners.
Cnder-sheriff Bucknight and nearly all
the county officers have signed a protest against the troops coming to Gold-
field and sent it to the governor. Some
of the mine operators expressed tlie
opinion last night that the coming of
the troops means a garrison at Gold-
field, lt was declared the plan has been
under consideration for several months
and that a number of applications have
been made by the mine owners throughout the state for such action by the war
department.
PrlCM af Metan*.
Lieutenant-Governor.
According to the last issue of the H. C
Gazette lt lookB as if our old friend. F.
M, SandllandB, is to be high-cock a
lorem and all the rest of it on Moresby
Island.���Kaslo Kootenaian.
New     York,
copper. 12->*j!C.;
London. Dec,
Dec.  7.���Silver,   56%c.\
lead. J4.75.
7.���Silver, 26%A.
OSCAR J[ DYING
Physicians Admit No Hope
of Recovery
SWEDEN'S AGED RULER
Has Reigntd 35 Years Over Sweden
and 33 Over Norway���Wrote
for British Magazine.
Stockholm, Dec. 7.���King Oscar'8 condition this morning Is distinctly worse.
He has periods of unconsciousness and
his general and rapidly Increasing weakness ia such that the gravest fears are
entertained as to the outcome of his
illness. It ls feared that his heart may
fail suddenly.
Stockholm. Dec. 7.���King Oscar's periods of unconsciousness are becoming
more prolonged. During the short Intervals when His Majesty rallies he
seemB to recognize the persons at his
bedside.
Stockholm. Dec. 7.���(6 p. m.)���King
Oscar is gradually sinking. He has been
unconscious all morning. His rallies
are becoming briefer and the action of
his heart Is very feeble.
Stockholm, Dec. 1.���(6.25 p. m.���The
king's condition Is now hopeless and
the end Is momentarily expected.
King Oscar II., of Sweden, of the
Goths and the Vandals, was born In
Stockholm on January 21st, 1829. He
was king of Sweden and Norway until
1905 when Norway demanded and was
granted Independent status. He leaves
tour sons, the eldest of whom Is Prince
Oscar Gustaf Adolf, Duke of Warmland.
King Oscar is one of the few literary
sovereigns, his articles on subjects connected with problems of modern history
being well known to readers of the
Nineteenth Century of ten years ago
and earlier.
Taft's  Mother  Dying.
Mlbury, Mass., Dec. 7.���Mrs. Ixmise
Taft, mother of Secretary Taft, failed
gradually during last night and today
was reported very low.
Fortifying  Heligoland.
Berlin. Dec. 7.���The government has
completed plans for the construction of
a harbor on  the  Island of Heligoland,
in the North sea, at a cost of $7-.500,001).
Coasting Steamer Sunk.
Rio Janeiro, Dec. 7.���The ISraztllan
coasting steamer Guasca. Capt. Raymos,
550 tons, has gone down off Paranagua.
as a result of a collision with an unknown vessel. Thirty persons who were
on board the Guasca were drowned.
Civilizing Formosa.
San Francisco, Dec. 7.���The extermination of the BuvaKP, murtk-rous head
hunters by electrocution Is tho latest
novelty Introduced by the Japanese In
Formosa.
Canadian Engineer Dead.
Buffalo, Dec. 7.���John Bain, of St.
Thomas. Out., the Wabash engineer who
was so badly scalded last night In a collision between his engine and several
runaways from a Lake Shore freight
train at the cross-over of the Lake Shore
and Erie roads, died last night from his
Injuries.
Death Sentence Communted.
St. Louis, Dec. 7.���A special to the
Republic from Chihuahua says the three
Americans. Richardson, Mason and
Harle, who -were sentenced to be shot
yesteday for the murder of two other
Americans. Mitchell and Deevers. whose
insurance they attempted to collect,
were not executod yesterday, an official
order signed by Governor Creel and the
chief justice of the state of Chihuahua
commuting the sentence to twenty years
imprisonment, was read to tho men at
noon and they were placed in solitary
confinement.
Big Timber Deal.
Senator Cox has added to his holdings
of timber at the northern end 'if Vancouver Island. With Mr. John Charlton,
an Ontario capitalist, he has bought
from Messrs. Klnman 4. "trophy tracts
at Alert Bay, the price being $200,000.
Will Resume Oporation..
The North Star mills arr. arranging
to start up tholr mills at Cranbrook and
Taft Homeward Bound.
Cuxhaven, Dec. 7.���The steamer Presi
dent Grant, with Secretary Taft and
members of his party, left here thiB
afternoon for New York via Boulogne
aud Plymouth.
True Bill.
Boston. Dec. 7.���An indictment for
murder in the first degree against Jas.
A. Steele, who Hhot and killed Edward
Cohen, president of the Btate branch of
the American Federation of Labor, at
lhe state house Thursday, was returned
by the Suffolk county grand jury today.
Boil Eggs Without Water.
Chicago, Dec. 7.���Boiling eggs without
lhe use of water is the latest novelty
exploited at one of Chicago's leading
hotels, and as the feat Is accomplished
directly before the eyes of the diner the
new way of cooking generally attracts
attention and comment. The waiter
places a l.ox-llke apparatus on the table.,
and turnB on a ltttSe electricity and
places the desired number of eggs In
the heater, ln about a minute and a
half, or half the time consumed bv the
hot water process, the eggs are cooked
to a turn. The process ls an Idea originated by Professor Radtke of Armour
institute.
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Saturday.   December  7,  1907.
THE   FRENCH    TREATY.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier's birthday and the
opening  of  parliament   have   given   an
opportunity   to   tin*   governmenl
to tell of the gn-at achievements of the
Liberal   government.     For   ii.iui:
they were able to point to gi neral
parity, to Increasing wealth and to th.
apparent promise of steady grown
material welfare.    That they can hardly
do now.   Th.- general read, i Is
analytically   critical   but   it   can   I
fail  to occur to th.-  dulleal ami  mosl
complacent lhat tin- earthly providence
that  claim,    tin-  Credit   (or   fan-  WI
and uood harvests, for wealth ol farm,
forest, mines and fisheries, musl logl
cally accept responsibility tor the failure
for all or any of i :.���   e
The specific achievements of the
Lauri.-r government are very few. Ol
course t���� those win. are content t<> bsj
that Sir Wilfrid baa "made Canada a
nation." any argument would !"��� a.l
dressed in vain.
The government apologist win, pre
tends to be rational would probablj
name first th.- National Transcontinen.
tal railway, il will probably be a benefit to the whole country, it Ih certainl*
a munificent gift to Senator Cox and
his friends. Hut lt was their conception,
not Sir Sir Wilfrid's, and as a manor
of fact another transcontinental line.
the Canadian Northern, is being built
faster at. no cost to the Dominion
treasury.
The creation of the railway commla
slon has provided a means for good
work, but ull the good work Is still to
be done.
The All-Red steamer line Is also a
���worthy project, but it, too, is in the
future, in spite of lhe fact that a much
better project for the Hume end was
ready to 8lr Wilfrid's baud eleven years
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Hair Ornaments, the new Engagement
Bracelets in different prices. All kinds
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conference he boasted of Canada's
threefold tariff, affording special preferences to the Motherland and to the
Sister Nations. He went from London
to Paris and the result is a treaty giving far greater favors to France than
to Hritaln.
Canada, through Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
has broken faith with the rest of tti.-
Empire.
The Hritish at home may thank their
wise and polite Winston Churchills who
boast of having "banged, barred and
bolted the door," but to the Hritish over
the seas, the brethren of Australia. New
Zealand and South Africa, the pews of
our French treaty must come as a shork
aft.-r Sir Wilfrid's honeyed words of
enthusiastic Imperialism, delivered at
luncheons, teaa and dinners while he
was b.-ing petted ln London.
TIMBER NOTICES.
;i..i, and   rejected out  of childish   jealousy of Sir Charles Topper.
A few months ago the Quebec bridge
might have been boasted of as a great
public work, but it Is unnecessary now
to explain why Liberals are unlikely to
"point with pride" to the conduct of that
enterprise.
Sir Wilfrid and his kaleidoscopic cabinet have in fact spent eleven years
"getting ready to begin."
There remains the commercial treaty
lately concluded with France. That is
Sir Wilfrid's one finished product.
Ther.-   has   already   been one   regrettable incident In connection with it. Sir
Wilfrid   in   the-   first   glow  of  rejoicing
over the reception accorded him on his
return from London and Paris. Informed  several  audiences  that  Canada  had
attained full treaty making powers.
Mr. Fielding,  the  man   who  negotiated
the  treaty, far inferior to his chief In
Li       iii.'iv.. eloquence," hut saner and
rather less reckless in his use of Sangu-
-���    frankly admitted on his return that
n.l: a claim was  ridiculous.    Twenty*
four   yearti   ago,   and   once   since,   Sir
Charl.-s  Tupper  negotiate,I  treaties  for
Canada  with  exactly  the same asslsi-
ancs ti "in the Imperial authorities thai
was given to Mr. Fielding.
However, that Sir Wilfrid's eloquence
should bad him far away from truth
ami sanity is neither novel nor Impor-
tant
How does Uu- treaty Hs.-ir bear ex.
Eunlnat ion ?
In ih,- first place the articles of Importation from France which may be
coin., cheaper are luxuries whose use Is
confined to a small class. The benefit
to Ihe average Canadian wage-earn,-i
is bard to discover. It Is possible, however, thai il may lead to Increased ex*
ports to France. That Is the only way
in which It can benefit Canada as a
whole.
What  about   its   bearing on  Canada's
relations wiih the rest of the Empire?
While   we   may   regret   the   occasion
for ibe perfectly Just criticism of Hritish  journals,    we    cannot   sympathize
with their grievance. They have only
their own ministers to thank, ministers
committed to a foolish ami obsolete
.logiiiu. Free Trade, thai never has been
put ln practice on earth, und, as far as
human intelligence can foresee, n,\. i
will be.
Hut Canadians have a grievance
ugaiuot Sir   Wilfrid.    At  the   Imperial
EDITORIAL   COMMENT.
Our contemporary is agitated because
the Conservative press doesn't devote
its whole time to shrieking-against the
lieutenant-governor and the C. P. R-
Our contemporary, by the way. exonerates the G. T. P..! Immigration Is
controlled���or rather may be controlled
���only by the Dominion government.
The position of the provincial admin
istration has always b'-t-n perfectly
clear. It has the will but not the power
to restrict Oriental immigration. Sir
Wilfrid has the power but not the will.
P ls nonsense to shriek about a corporation opposing the "avowed policy of
a government. Of course they will if
their Interests conflict. Why doesn't the
government, If it ls not merely playing
with the question, translate its alleged
"avowed policy" into terms of law As
for Mr. Dunsmulr, the provincial gov-
. rnment has no control over him He-
was the choice of Sir Wilfrid Laurie
and the Solid Seven. Are they surprised
at his conduct? No one else in Hritish
Columbia is. To denounce Mr Uuns-
muir as a selfish and greedy capitalist
would be to waste time and space And
there Is another reason for retraining
Thanks to the wisdom and purily of
Hi.- Liberal party anil Us system "I dl
vision of spoils Mr. Dunsmulr Is at the
heart of the civil service of lb.- province and not In a position to ,1. rend
himself or !������ defended. Perhaps that
hasn't occurred to our contemporary.
Nelaon I-sat* District. Plalrlet of Weat X >..������:. ..
Take n..tut- thst -..-m.hi WUttlasoD, ���-' N..I
aoh, B i'. occupation iumbermsn. Intend, to
spply lor a speoial umber lireoce over lhe following deserlbe-1 lsn.1.:
1. Commencing si a pctplsnlsd on (he north
bsnk of .-wuimii .-r.-.-a at-.u. two sod s half
mllea from Us mouth, thence north �� .-l.atr.-.
tliin. *��� *.������-���   .- - ���������    -���.::���:,   .j-hain*.
theses weal iw .hau.*.
listed i-lh November, 1907.
2. .'om.n. n.-liiK ��t . |n.m planted on sn tin-
named ones win. I, Bowa Into Hum.i:: ...
from the aouth at s point st-oht two at, I a half
miles es*t fr .m the norih fork of   - unfit)
said p*i*t Items' pla.-.-! h*..   .1 ilm-v ,u,Kn mile
up aueh   uni.nln.-.l   . r.-.-S   a.,.1   aboul   'SI feet to
the esal  thenof.  then,-,   cast 4.) chain.! t).   ...
south lao chains, thenee weal 40 cljali-fitl,t--ii.
north lfio chain*. f
Dsted 19th November. 11*17.
���i. .'omm. iiclus" st s post planted on sn >i"
lumcd . r*-.-k which ll..w, inl., Siinmit on ��� k
from the aouth st a (mint sbool two sn.ts fi, f
miles eest from the north fork ot Summit
sis point sbollt Ihrt-c-,.IHI!,-r. mile '.[.
rreek and shout '" [eel tn the esst it,
ihence-oiilh It., .-hsli... thono. west *o .-
t:.   .,  .  north l��e .halt,.. Ih- - - ���   ��� *���: e   . I.
Usle.l l"lh No.eml" r. 1W7 *M
I. Comment-tug al a po-l planted oh the north
.-a-l .!.'.������ ,.i the in.nil lork "t Bommll ,-r,..-k
shout four mttOS Irom the I ti.-tion ol me north
fork with tl,,- man. summit . re, k. tln-nce notilh
SOchsIn"   thonoo wort IS chains, then. .-north SO
ihsl.,., theso. **s,i **.. ehalns.
listed IMh, November, IS T
*. -..wow W u arsons
hy '..'iK-.  \<m s,,. Agent.
INOTICE
In thi.- ".!������!.��� of H', t., ��� . :��� ,.si,.t, tor thu laraeOf
..u|ilU'Hli*�� itf (Iii- < Vr till''��ttr. ��1 TUN- to Intnl.,
13 Hii-1 ia, tir-Mii. 1, WmI KnoU-nay iMMrlct, *l*-"
kOOWll t\* thf. ��� Kof.t.Tiny rhlrf," 't'miifdrf' ��inl
"Lulu" iniii'sral cJiiuir- ri.**.p-*��,tl%*(*ly.
Ntitl' ��� In hf n-l.y irlvtu Hint il In my liit'-lillcm
t<i l-.siit.> at tin* c>x|.lratlon of on�� month aft-r th*-'
I)rut iMihllratlon ht-rcof a (]ut>lli-at*> ol < arUAOfcU
of Title ^. fit*).* of an i;i,..h |.l.-l HI loot hn in
t-a. h tif tin* h* (.v.* ,.,*���, |.-,,...* on tin' 17th 'lay of
May. A ]i l**>*. in thu name of John ('. Aniowortti,
nil ���! tl.*.-. It .':;���; '.('Hie Ol iVMIt.'K*. of Title No.
(.'.ama of an iindlvi-l'-.l UV-iWlha tu i'��cli nf Ut_
above lota. liMiel on the 17th day of May, A. I>
!���.���*���������. i*i the name of (ieorge J   Aluaworth.
Land KeKlatry Office, Ntlaou, H. <;.. AiikuhI eth
1��U7.
II. F   Mlrl.BrjD,"
DUIrlrt I'.-i-l-!. *.'
Certificate  of  Improvements.
INOII^IZ.
"Hig Hope Krfcctlfjir' Mintral flnlm, nltuati
in the Trout Lake Mining iHvlt-loh, at V\ea:
Knot-Miny iJlntrl'.t, I-i-tiateff on I'oplar creek,
I'oj.lar.
Taki* notice that I. ���'. I'atiley Krec Miim��
(ertlncate No, Om.-.,, mtinfl 60 daya Irom tli>
dati* luri-o( u> aiiply t.�� the Mining Hec-rd. r U,t
a ���'ertillcatt* of lmprovementa for the pBtrpOM "I
ohialnlug a ('rown (traut of the above ('limn
And further take notice that action undiT
HectIon H7, muai l��e ciimmt'tio-ffl tjefore lhe
iaauanec of ���ii'-h   it-rtini-ate ol Imfrovi'ineiiU.
J'aU tl tl. U. Mn ��� laj of October, IWl.
0. JfA-LKV.
Nelaon I-and District.  U itriLtoi Weil Kootenay
Take  notice   that Cbail^    .    ltmO_\os_ Ul
kane, in thu ntai*- of  W a��hitigt..ii. D   -   A    ���
ancial agent,   intendi to apply for a special tlm
hot tlstwnoa t*��er i������ i(ti."�� ing d-jwribid landa,
(1) ��� ommem-ing at a \ oa t>lant��*d attout 30u
f-Kt cant ol the weat fork ofMiaalou creek, on.
half mile north ot the tnL-matloi,al itou-id-try
line, about t. n mllea eaat of Kykertn, B (J.
then'** aoutb 4" chalna. lo the international
boundary line, thence w.-t !��0 ehitina, tben-M
north io'haiHa, t(i.-nee eait 160 chalni to the
point ol (xunmi'ii'-euient, aud containing >A>i
acrea, nior��_* or i'*��
Ixx-ated the Skid October. A t)., 1907.
('liAH.i.1|Q, KtinRK.
(2) Commencing at a poat aboul half a mile
eaat ot the weat ��� -i of Viaalotl cre*-k, about one
aud a half milea north of the liit-*rtiatt(itia]
l-cnindary line ttboiit ten milea eaat of Kv-t.-rt**
H 0 , tbence went 90 ehaina, then. - north 90
chalua, thence *��� ��� t -..< (halna, thence **oiiib 80
ehaina to th- [Ktlnt of commencement, and containing 6*i hi'n -   snore or ;.>���*��
I.-.- ai.   l the jjss !  day of October, A.D. 11*07.
<  H1RI.I-  O,   KlK'-KR
(A) Commeti' sng at a po��t ou the Internatfon
al l-ontidary line ODI mile ea>t fif ihe OtMl fork o'
Mlt-r-ioii . r.*. i .������nit it milea eaal of I'.ykerla.
B  C,   then.. ii.  ehaini.   thence   north   i-n
chalna, ttaance ai ('lialiot went. then., todiaiua
"���"i'i;. !(..-���,. i- . tiattia eaat, tbeuce HO chalua
���outh to the p-.is.i ��� f coiiiifiencernent and c(,u-
tainl iik. *.|ti a' r- ��    more or   ��� --
LOBftUd tfti  .     ! 'lay of October. A D , 1907.
I HikUi <j   i'./i; . k
Nelaon Land Dlftrlei Dlitriet of Weet Root. nay.
Tate notice that I. W A Hudaon, ofPpnkano.
Waab , o-*(cuf.ation limher crulaer. intend to op-
jiiy f(��r a -.j" el*l timcer IW-euce over the follow
ing dOsTsOritH ! .and*.: Commencing at a ["������.i
planted on the DOttta bank ol -ii mm It ere.*K, wli-1
marked W.   A     Hiidaou'a   8.   W.   corner,   theme
uorth40ehaini, thane* earn lMichanm. thenee
aouth 4o ehalm   thenee met UOebaltu  lothe
|>oiiit of ciimiiiencemeul, coutalnlDg Mtt OOTOO,
more ..: i. ..
Oate-I Nov. _;, IW). W. A. Hl'I-WON.
Nelaon Uml i-tr-trlei.   l-iininct of Weat Kootenay.
Tak*?   hetlOe    lhat W    A.Hiciaon,   ol   Hpokane,
Wanh.. DCeapetlofl llrnt��r crm*-.-r. hiteiidn toap-
ply for a lpecl*l tlmher tle��nO��  over the  follon
ing deecrlbed   landn:    Commencing ��t �� l-*"t
plained OO tbe "outh bank of the norih lork oi
i (.rn i re. �� tbence BOUtb 46 'halna, Ihence weat
160 chalna, tbence iinrih 40 i-halna, thenee tut
leoehelDe to tbe point of eoeuMDoement, oon>
lam 11 l' **t" -.i r.--, more or leaa.
liated Nov   UbittOT. W.A    HtTtasOst,
Nelaon Lud I'lstriet.   Diatrict ol Wuat KmMcnay
Take nonce ihat W A Htld-on, of Knokaiie,
Ifeah.i oeeij pat Inn 'linl-ri crulaer, intenda lo appl} tor a ape. tai timber Itaeaoe over the follow-
iiik deacribt.l land*-; Commeneing al a poat
pi iii led .,,, th.*ea��t ltde of tbejaoulh b-rk of Ibe
north fork ol ( .-rn creek, tbence aouth *)  ���|,ntii>*,
th. nc ireeteocbelDii Utettoe norUi no ehaina.
lhenoe eaat a chtMue to the point of commence-
noni, "���ntniiiliig 640 acrea, more or letn
hated Nov   Oth.lfOT. W   A.  HOl-OSt.
Nelaon Land I��l-irlct l'i*.trict of Went Ko-olcnay.
Take notloe that W. A. Hudaon, of M.okanc.
V\a*h.. oct ii pa i ion tlmlKT crnUer, lnti i <lt- lo ap
nly for aapecial timber licence over the follow
lug aeeerlbed landn: ' iiiiuui in'ii.i' at a |n>*i
planted about BOO feet norih of the nor'.n
fork of Corn creek, tbence aouth Ho ehaina.
tbence weat (fi chalua, tbence no ib HO
cbaiiin, theoee eaat HO ebalna to tbe point of
pommeooemanti containing n40 acrea, more or
lenn
Dated Rot, otto* twi. IT, a. Boom*.
HalaOO Laud Uftltlial ll'latrlct of Weal Koolenay
ToMo notice that W. A. Hudaon, of Knokan--.
Waab., occupatl'tn tlnitn-r cruleet, in l. nd- to ap
Ply for a aiH-f-lHl timber IP cm,, over the following dencrfla-d landa: Coinincriciug at a p.--'
jdatited about -,u feel norih ol lhe north fork ol
Corn ereek, Ihence north ho ehaina tbence weat
HO chalna , thence aouth UO ehaina, thence cant HO
chalna to the point of cornineneemeiit contain-
1"k '-Mi aorea, more nr lena.
I'at.dNov   r.th, 1907. W. A. Um**'v.
Neiaon Land I latriet. Diatrict of Weat Kooi. ray
Take notice that  W.A.   Hiidaon,  ol     |	
W'aah , occupation timber crulaer, lntennn' p-
ply tor a ipaclal wtuberlicvnue orer the It-Uo
FRED IRVIrVE & CO.
SPECIAL SALE OF WINTER "S
We    Will     Continue    oor   Special
Sale  Until   Saturday Night   Next.
All Ladies' Cashmere and "Alpacca
Shirt Waists, regular price, from $2.50
to $5.00, your choice $1.50.
All Children'. Winter Coat., worth
from $4.50 to $9 00, your choice $3.00.
Special lot of odd. and ends. Bargain,
in Dress Doods. Silks. Flannelettes and
Ladies' and Children'. Woolen Underwear.
FRED IRVINE & CO.
ACjtsZrNTS KUTTERici-'r'RA!^
Ina   deecribed   landa    Oomrneneing  at a uoat
Planted al-oiil -" feet north of the Uurih P'rk of
Horn creek, theme -��� il! - . linn- tht nee t.a*i
*J chalne, tbenc-p norm ao chain*., thanoa weal *v
baini t" the point of commencement, containing ei.ii acre*', mop- or ;. -���*
!>ated Koi. 6tb, UOT. W. a. Htrnaoa.
Nelson Land Diktrict.   hi-triei . [ w --t Kootenai
Take notiee that W.A   Bodaon, ol -*i�� kan..
Waah , occupation titnU-r ��� rult-er,  Intetid- t.- ap
ply for a apeciai timN r Uoeooa ovcrthefolloa
in.: ..e.-riU-i landn: itimnifU'Imi al a \--x
planted at>*"it ��0 feet north <��( th-O north f*>rk ol
r,,rn treek, then ��* M.tith ho chain",   th* ic ���   *v ��� -'
i*' ehaina. lbeuoe north ����������������� ham**, thanoe aaal I
chain* io the point of eirnmenet-ment. (������miain
lUi 640 acrea. more or leaa.
Dated  Nov   f*h.I"07 W. A.   llrr^os
Ralaon IjiOd Diatrlcl     Iilatnct of Weal Kttotena)
Tale notice that   W    A.   Ilndaon,  Ol l��pO��ta_*,
r. amb . oecnpattoo timbei cruiser, inn i.-i* to n* -
r a special llmb-r  Ucaoee oral  the  foil   .--
rlbed   landa:     Commencing   at   a  po*t
i abonl J��" (*-*t north of ihe north lork of
* . k   thence   KWlh -v' chain--,   tbani - aaal
���KT-r-rflaiti*.   th, nc north 80 chalni*. thenee WOt\ 00
' halna to the point ol e,,mm,-iieement.  aOPtata-
mg 6*0 aerea, more or leaa.
Imi.-il Ntu   '.th. 1*T7 W   A   Hi [f-o-i
Nel-oii Land Diairlct.   Diatrict of Weal '-" ������.���!��� tin;.
Take notice that W. A. Hudvoii. nl *****okaiic,
A ..h ,��*,npatt(tn timber crulaer. lutenda to ap
ply for a aiHH-ial timber llcuncji* over the follow
log d.-acnl-ed lan'ln: Commencing al a poat
"���iai.tcl on the louth bank of ibe i.iain Com
��� r.*..i ..ii.-i adj'dntug limla-r Hence No. 107i3
t ence aoutb 40 chain*-, thanoa weal l��i chain ,
i,. r iv north 40 enalna, tbence eaat 160 ehaina l.
the point "f c.imm ���nceiiieiit, containing 6*c
-,��� tot��� more or leaa.
Hated Nov.7th. 1W7. W. A. Hli-'iV
Notice in hereby given tuat w) "ay" aiU*r date J
Intend to apply to tbe Il,.u. Calcf t.oinini****i..in r
of Landi ami **'ork�� for permlnnlon to pori tiaM
t ;���> foio.w 1 uk deeorlbad landa. fltuateil iii H . -���
-. , .-. na. -haul- : . ' 'oin in end tig at a j-'M mark
ed by name aa initial poal of the r-outh Fork
branch, one hundred fe-et from the junction oi
1-o.nt creek with the aoutb lork; In. me one-
���tuarter mile lo the northweetcoruer poat,ihen(*
ore mtle   to   the   north,**��*t   corner i��*-.t, thenc*.
on* tjiarter mile to itu- wnllwait oorner peat,
thence one mile to the place  of comment-, ment
June 27, 1907. Locate! by Wm   i unmilly.
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COMFORT
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DOCTOR'S*
SPECIAL  |
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THE ROYAL <
.   ANDREW   A   CO.   Propnetn-v g
Huve    \.m   h- :it.1    of   It*
nhiH.     niu'l'-    ��� -**'������ clally   Ibr
w ht-ti    tin*     wet     wvathnr
Made   In   tti' iih  :uil   Womf
Calf 1'|i|mmh, and ^ill Double Me
Price. Women't . . .
Men'i   	
BUY AW ORCHARD HOME
Y.,11 can l.tiy a  USB/a F*rult   llanrh   In   the  beat   fruit  (,-rowlnt; OStM
111   Hritish   Coluiul.lu   b)    |ia>iiiK   $1 (I .lollars dt.wn aud $10 |HT mor. S.
i-Sv.-n uh sn inv,**iiii,ni ihis ia wf.nti oomildaratloiL
I'm i Land  Iki*- trablad In value within the vear,   What SflB il tt tr'i
J.  E.   AININABUE,
\VAWI> STtVliUT
NBLiftOM
,-J_f_.-5BTT' '
���"^'_7-r^./.-1S&-BB5T__5: '
Nalaon I���nd Diatrict.   Iilatnct ot Weat Kootenay
Take notice lhat II   William a. occupation  ran
chi rj l- - Hn-un*-" oeeupaiiou alaetrielan; and
it B. F Smyth. oeenpeJ���on lumberman; all ot
i ��� |-rr, It* c . Intend to apply for a ���peolal 11in
t er licence over tbe following de* ril ed landa
Commencing ata poat about thr,*e* mllea east of
WlleonCreai on aontb ahorooi Kootenay I-akc
thence aoutb HO chalua, theuce eaat ho chalua.
thenoenorth w-cbaiua. theuce met SO eoalnt to
potnl ol commencement, containing cio acres,
more or leaa,
rtepu-mber 2Hibt 1907. H. W ii.li��m*,,
K    I    I'    "-M.1M.
Nelkon I-and Dlftriot.   Dininctol Weet KooteiUJ.
Take   DOtlM   that 1. lohn   Jimc   (aineron. .,t
Penile, ��   c..   or--upatloi)   contractor.   Intend to
upply for a npe.ul timber   Itcenae   over   ll..    f.,;
lowingdeeerlbad landa:
Nn. 1 t lommenctlll ��t a poat planted alKiut
three rnilea Irom the went loop of the t\ i
nouthem Ky , on Carroll creek, in-l adjoining
A.J M. H. W comer poat No 1 -���lalm, uufrked
MJ. J. 0. N W. corner poat," Um in. , ���.i *-j
t halna. thenee  aouth M ebalna,   thenrc   -net  Wi
- bains, ibenet. u<>rth IPcnataito Uu plaee ol
"iimmciK ��� ment contaitilug 0*0 acrua, more or
:,-*--
Dated October 26th, 1WI7.
Nn. J Oommenolni ata i>ont planted about
two and a halt milea from the Weet loop 'if Uie
B   0   ^>iilhcrn Ky  on a ainall   ntnain   empt/lng
into Carroll Otaaltand marked -i.j i n v\.
eornei poat*" thanoa aoutb no ohalna, thenoe
���aat BO enalna, thenee nortli ho ebalna, thenea
w,-at HO chain1* to thu p.-n.i ol '���oimii' neeiiielil,
eoniallillig fitO acrea, more or leaa.
Daled October With, linn.
No B, Coniinciicliig ut a poat plunted nb-iul
one halt mile Irom the weat loop or the K (
-iotiUiern Ky , on Carroll creek marked "J J. c.
N. w comer poilt, theOOe noulh wi'-halnn, theuce
ea��l HO chalna, thence noth *-��� chalna, Hum,
Waal W  chalna to   the   place   of  commencement
oontalnlog 840 a* rea- more or leaa.
Dai..) October ISth, 1001
John JAMga Cameron, Locator.
Nelnon Land Dlntrlct.   Diatrict ot Weet Koolenay.
Take notice that I, Aleinnder  .To*., ph  MoOool,
of Pernio, H c , c-oonpatlon. hotel-keeper. Intend
to  apply   for a specie)   Umber   Heme   over   ti,,.
roiiovvitig peanrtbad lauda:
No I.   Oommenolni nt n pont  planted ai-out
s hn e ui I lea from the II C, Houthern By. wi-t
liMip on ("arroll creek, markad "A. J M. H. l���
'oilier   jni��t,"  thenee   north   HO   chalna,   thenee
weat so enalna, tbence aouth ho ohalna, thenea
eaal ho chalua to the plaee <d oommenoement,
UOntalnlnR 't'< acre-., more or lena.
Dated October _.lh, I907.
No. . < oiiiuierieltig at ii p nt planted about
one and a half mile from tbe weat loop otitic
H. C. Southern Kv .on a -mill nlream ruiiniiur
Into OarroU   Creek   and   marked   "A..!   M   N��.
comici spool- thanoa *���> uth nn ohalna <h, noa aaal
hii ehaina thanee north ho > iiHinn, ib, uce vraai
ho ehaina to the pjo4 i oommonoemont oon-
taliilng '''" aerea, more or lena
Dau-d Oetober'-TAIh   1'JtO
No I OommeliclliK hi a |>ont planted uhotit
two tnllea from the Heat loop of lhe K < Houth
erh Kv. on Carroll (te.-k, marked -A.J.M riK
corner poal." thence weal Ho ehaina. thctjii
north Ho chaltia. tbence eaal Ho chHliiK. thru <e
aoutb W)  iimi :���   conialnlog   c.O  acre*.,   more  or
leaa.
Dated October JMth, 1907,
ALaxaanaa Juexi-n Mi t ool, Locator.
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JYEAR   EIND   SALEJ
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iim ..ur ciitlr.- i-.tt.ck of Sciicli 'I'w. ...I suitings, matte to ynur tinier. i**,: ���
fed   In   alyle.  IU  ami   wtirkmutislilp.   at   redut-eil   prit-ca ,
Regular   prises    ''- ""   10     M i"1       Sale   price   $20.00  to  $35.00. ,
Sc   our   win,low.      QrMktes*   Iturp.illlH  ever  tiffered in  Nt-lHon at *
\ TAYLOR & McQUARRIE^j
J HIGH CLASS   TAILORS. ���.saJ
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NELSON    IROIN    WORKS
^v ~**-^��B. A.  ISAAC R. W.  HINTON'*^^^*>**/VN*-^'
ENOINEEH8    AINU   CONTRACTOH8
POUNDERS AIND
Ad A CM UNI I STS
I*?-* pit Ir* 11 ik   nod   . !< .1 >l >i i i ���   ��_ < *__-c �� 11 ���-: * I   with   I *0 ***(.������*����� - *'       fittvvt  M
work, Mining and Mill MaaohIn��ry.     l_��mifaoturaw "���
Ora   Cara,   1**.   to.    Ctuitriiutttra'   Cara.
Corner of Ha I and
Front "dreela
NELSON,    B.
For Sale
The  Furniture  of a    4-room    Cottage.
Furniture   all     new.     Alao     unexpired
teaoe for 11  montha.    >*KrPly by tetter to
D.   Daily Canadian.
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
1N-B1_S01N,     -     B. G.
DEPEND   ON    US    FOR   YOUR   G001V
GROCERIES.
You'll   like  lhe  Kd'illll  *'���  ������'*���,,!.
Y..u'li like ilie was w�� sell MS****
You'll  llko the prlw  we "i,K_������ cr!
Youll   like   Ilie   .,.'<>!l��   When. S"'��
llleiu. . ,,.,, f,J.
Psrbaps  JfOU'd  like some �� "���
lowing: ., j,,  iM
Ctllfonilii Bsedlass llalalwi i;"' " ;'.,-.
Klliicv CurniillH In BnlK, --*'1'" .' |f,c
l-iincy Currunta In l,k��"'-,V'',.1,1|��''spl'
Peels, Shells*  Walnuts, Ai""""1"'
CfH,   CtC. . Jldll'
Ontario Ai.plu C'lil.-r per -.in���������  ���
Joy's Cash Grocery
J0V ss^ssy? 5ttw ���~*-~���'-^ ���    ���'���'--'    ���  I
the foany Canal ��
A HEAD OF CHRISTMASTIDE
ONE CAR OF
ITURKEYS AND CHICKENS
This is fresh-killed poultry and  will give you
every satis faction.    ORDER NOW.
More supplies arriving later.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd*
INEUSOrsI, B. C*
iKasllo, Rossland Bonndary
Coal! Icei Wood!
Phone 265
Yale Kootenay Ice, Fruit,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
i.rrici:
N.E. co.. Baker   snd   Ward   Bts.
LAND NOTICES.
I ... . ) Dtitrlet  Uietrictol Weat Kootenay
I, atTtotL3*Wewtanaa, agent tor
IV oi Nelson, o-ectipauou wateh-
I >ai<ply   lor  permlMlon u> pur-
I;- ' .,, u d-eoorlbed taadai   c��Umen-
litoYst a post   ru tiled   about   -"-,  mile* eeat ol
| *..   then.**- m chain*,  in   an t*���-u-rly
J , . ,.-  jti eh ai mi   south, thaw a *���"���
��� ���-���;,- tUraoatoa- thenoe la ebalna
utirttiio ti..- potoi oloomaaattooaaant,oontalnlng
������ laaa
[t-atcd Sol   J tli. 1WT7-
MBH-CB   Iohn *_*�����,
p j -.A_��(,Mt, agent
|. -.*... i   i��i����rt��i oi WMt Kootoaaf
,i;   Fred J    Sammon*. agent l*r
|. o|   PrOOtOf. o.tupatloli   rancher.
I loi permission to pwehaae Una
1 rlbed   landO!     cotniu-wiclug at a
.ru P, mile*enat of W ll-on ereek,
��� ��� 2 ��� ��� lialti"    thence north*t*��l 20
a irtbeaat Jo obalna, tnanee south*
- '-i lhe the |>o|ut ol eommeireiii' li I
. ,   ,���   t* ���, more or i< aa
th. IWfl.
AMtHlbAMJ   A**-I'M*>*'N   Bi.U_M,,
Agent V. J   ��a��mo��-b.
I ... ..-,.**������   Dtatrtet ol Waat Kootenay
thai W. A. Hudson, timber crulM-r,
; ...I. a tie county,  Washington, oue
��� Mtateeol amertaa mu ud% i�� apply
Lmbet   ii-<-*ns��  over  lh<* l..llo��iui{
��� omaaanet-tata i��**t maraeo
I on tbe north bank ��'  * "���"'> 'reck,
a ..i tbe North lock 04 ��oru steak
ii   .iream.  aboul   five   inlle*  to a
i.u from c��*i.l.ut*uc** ol an 1*1 �� orn
Kootenay ri\%r.   thenee north 40
west   lf-0 ehatnF. thenee aouth 40
thence eaat   l��J chains to point of ...ru
��� titainluit MO arret more or leaa*
..in. ttniU-r   limit   So T  ou the
J  - ;   limit   No  I on the south,a* lo-
I cati     j tne.
iiiIkt 7, lvan.
William A. Hvi**ioa,Ui-_tor.
| >��� - Patrick c. ethtue
, and f-ir-tiM by tbe within named W
-.      -mi, .,a\  of  Noveniber. A   11
an Hl ipokano, Bpokane �� ountv.
I v '.  i.ut ol the foiled HUteeof America.
PanuoaC shink.
[ slaboa Lend District.   Diatrict ol Waal Kootenay
���i". that laabella IMerr*.   ! Htrassburs.
I '���"'. atloa marnad woman, inteud* lo apply
for permission   tn   purcbaae   the   lollowlng   de*
la      Cuiraeuclng at a por-l plaute.l at
Btloo of the oorib bouii'lary ot t��t
I lis  and  t-he .**at b-mm.ary   ol   1 ���_---��   No.  �����**���
���'���/���, lulu*, ujiiip *>r leaa. to the north
...;  i imbei   Until   Bo. WW, lot oca
-     : all   . thenoe ��"*t .* chalna. more or
leeeatalda Ol   W haUhao   lake,  thence
ami   aama   in   a   southerly   aud   westerly
.halna.   more  or   letta  io the Inter
Lot CUB. Utanoa 99 ehaina.   more or
i'.i;   easterly   boundary   of Lot Sl*.* to
l' '    "itiniencement.
I>ate.-J7iu October, 1907.        Isshkua Pibki-s.
F   *.   Fafgriaa. agent.
I l Hint Met.   DtaUiOtol Weal Kootenav
��� ��������  notloe thai   Alexander   J    HeOool, ot
Ftriin   Be., ooeupatton alert, intends to apply
OH   t..   porehaae   the   lollOWlUl   801
i oinm-iictng nl a po*l  planted on
in i..oiii.iarv ut it  0 Bunthero  Kail
*��J riKtit-ot way,   RtM.iil  one  and   a  half  mile*
s.i   ihe  norlhwoat corner  ol lot U-.1,
KeOtenay.     thenee   i-outli   W  chalna,
-  �� chalna. thence tiou i. n ehaina to
'    ' '-..iin-Ury of ����td   righl-. f-wn   ,  thenci*
��� Una ah,tig *ald t-oiuheru houielary lo
l��'iiii   ,,!    ,   immeDoemani,    and  eotilalnitig WW
e   ���   ���     :���  .   ��� ,*     ,  ..
SoT-rmber ath, twi.
Ai-rxaM'tXH t   Mi i 001..
Nel*.
Tkk
a Land DUtrtot,  Dtotrletel Weal Kootenaj
ootioa that  Hugo Ooatana, ol Altona
oba, lanner, it,tend* to apply lot
fi  ti lopiirehaae the   following  dOOUlibad
* "tnmenctng at a poal planied aiHt.it
mil"** Inun the month nl IJoaqUllUi ervek.
rtheaal corner of tbta application and
id "B  C   N   R corner." and rumitnti BOUUI
na thenoe weal nu chain*, thenee north mi
- lhenoe eaat SO obalna to point ol com
"no hi. contain In* ��*i" acre*.
���!  Uth day ot Annual. WTt.
Hr.to ooanaM.
ARTIIPO A. Ml'BTi.H.   Agent.
Kalaon Land Dlatriot. Dlatriot ol Weal Kootenay
T��k.* Oottoa that Frank K. Hleiiiftn, of
*ltona, Mattlloba. broker, tntelide l,i apply
l"r permlailOD   to   purcliaae   the   InlloWlriK   001
''it** i inn.i: Oommeneing ��i �� i>""> planiad at
iiheealoorner �� laud api.i.ci 'or, abonl
>������' nit!.** trom the moulli of MoM-uiito oreek
narked P F M b. F. i orncr," and running theiiic
"'"���'li aUehaiiiH,   theuce   weat Ho  chain*,   theme
"'"Uh Htiehittia, iheine ca��t BOi halna tu polnl of
o-pntcop- -in nt. 'ootalnlng rt4"acre*.
'���ated With day ol Aiignat, 1WJ.
Kkank F  Mikman.
Mini'"  \   Biw'.y    * ceti*
���auoo Land Dlatriot   Diairwl ol Wuat Root, nit]
Takc iioipi. ihat F. P      oi.len, action at anciil
-*��� ii Burden, ol Poklok, H ��. oceupatlon
nwhanto, inuuida to applv i��t pertotaalon (o
porehaae the lollowliiK deaorlbed land*: �� i*m-
"1'iii'tiig Hi H ,lOBl planted on the en-derly ibON
01 Arrow hike ami about Hi . halna north ol the
r-* h. ..oner ol lot UM, tii.tic c.i*t 2o ohalna,
llience north 41) chalna, more or leaa, to the lakn
'' ' ' ihence aonthweHl.-'ly along the lakeahore
��i tha point olcointnciic, uiciil, and colitaltnng
h  *, no.re or leaa.
taied November 18th, 1WT. JavaaS it'-nnKs,
F. P   limiMtn. AKent.
M. HAWRYCZ
CONTRACTOR   AND   BUILDER.
Jobbing promptly  atlanrjtd  la    Waoi
und KHlInuiluu.
APPly 415 Hall St. Box 385.
Nelaon Land Diatrict. District of Waat Koolenay
Take notice that J'thu Jamea Cameron, of
Fernie, Hri'iao < olumhla, occupation contractor, intends io apply lor penntwion to
pnreb���M the  following  dee Tibet,   land:    Cotn-
manelni at a jMjat spjaatod on tbe aouthern
boundary of the B: R. Houthern rlghl-of-way
abtmt 40 rhalua wealerlv from the N . W corner
til lot 89K3, group 1, Kooteuay, thence aouth fVO
chain*, thence eaal 40 chalna, thence north 60
chaiuH to tbe aouUiern boundary ol the aald
right-of-way, thence wt-aterly  along aald  aoulh
i rn   boundary of right-of-way  to the point
cornmeneemeot, and o
or leaa
f
outatnlhg 240 acrea, more
Dated November 9th, HOT,
JiiK .Iamf:'' ''iv**,"",
Nelaon I^aud Ins'riet liiatrictoi Weat Ko���tenay
Take notice that John Bblell, of Need lea, B 0 .
occupation rancher. Intend* to apply to*- per-
mlafion to purcha��e iLe lollowlng dea, rloed
land; Coi*saiiieiiciug at a \*oH planted at lhe
uorthweat corner t>f I>ot "HUH, thetne treat 40
chain*, theuce aouth nn chalua, theuce east 41)
chalna, thenc* north BO chain* to the faiiut of
e<*mnii;uc,:meut, aud containing MO acrea, more
or leaa.
1 ated .���'.h OcUiber. 1907 Jam-t* SnillX,
             F. '.   PaOQDl���a. Agent.
Nelaon Land Dlatriot Diatrict ol Weal Kooteuay
Take notice that Angua Mc*��ill, of lhe city of
Nelaon, occupation fireman, intend* to apply for
permiailon l-�� purchaae the following 8-cacrloed
landa: Comtneut-un* at a poal planted at tht*
N. W. corner L G> Morriaon'a taurh. In Fir
alley, th.-*.*e north tart? '**0) ehaina. theuc
aat lo-'y (40) chain*, thenoe aoulh iorll (40
aln*. theoee weal lorty (40) chaiua olot o
���unoncement,  and routaimug  one hundred
d *lxtj" (100) acrea, more or leaa,
ht. I goate nber 2nd, nun        A-turn M Q____
FRUITVALE1
ORCHARD AND
GARDEN HOMES
.flO DOWN
$10 PBR MONTH
IU ACRBS
We offer you best fruit lands;
bpst terms; best location; best
climate. Absolute titles. You
dot have to use nil of your means
lu paying for land. We want you
to put it Into devf-loprnenL We
also have tracts of 50 to 6000 acres.
prices and terms the best. We own
these lands and handle uotbing on
commission.
If you don't see Fruitvale you
mips the best ln B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Association
Ward Street, Nelaon, B. C.
J
ust Watch
The   windows  of  the  Old  Curiosity Shop for
Fancy China
Frt.m the hand palntad down to tht*
common grades of Clilnaware. Next
wc-fk we will huve u sale of Cut (Mass.
Old Curiosity Shop
YMIR   LICENCE   DISTRICT.
Nollce Is hereby given that the un*
der-.||;nt>d |,**r_uiit* hav.' made H|i|ill.-a
tlon undir lhe pTOTlSlonS of the "U-
<iut.r Ucenaa Aci.'' inun. for Hotel l.i-
c, in-,-*, ai ih,- plaosa s.'i opposite names.
John Marshall, Marshall Hotel, Kitchener.
Iiid Adlu, Fort Slieiipard Hotel.
Wain ita.
(I   T.  Snow, Outlsl  Hotel,  Procter.
C K. HurgesK. l-s.lna Hotel, Patterson.
Archibald A- D��vto, Palaos Hotel.
Ymir. ,    ,
.1. \V.  Uasterson, Ymir Hotel. Ymir.
K. M. Paten, Si. ChiirloB Hotel.
Y'mir. ,
John   iireau.    Cosmopolitan    Hotel,
(-,   8, Colenum. Waldorf Hotel   Ymir
Bamuel Miller, Millar Hotel. Ymir.
Louisa Mcl'tak. Slithir  Hotel, Slitlar.
win  QosneU, drove Hotel, Fairview.
({alette ���  Johnaon,  Kootenuy Falls
Hotel, Blooan Junction.
I   ii   Hunnex, Mersey Hotel. Krie.
B. i-s.   Mcvnhiir.   Northern   Hotel,
Oeo." Mead, Creston Hotel, Creston.
\i. \   MuKssson, Brie Hotel. Brie.
Joeepb  Walker. Krickson    Hotel. Erlckson. ,.   .   ,    X-     ,
Bdlth oiilc. Vancouver Hotel, xtnir,
Wm   (Srnv. Snlniii Hotel, Salmo.
Qeo   Munro,  Munro Hotel Creston.
A   meeting   Of   the   Hoard  Of  1-lcence
i-onim isslonet-a, will bs hdd to consider
s.icli  aiipllratlons.  nt the Court  House.
���.  Neil...... on  Monday,  the  16th  day
���f Deoetnbei   lDM, al the hour of 2
o'clock in ths afternoon.
W. J. DEVITT,
Chief Licence Inspector.
Nelson, B. C, 16th November, 1807.
TILL ALL ^FULFILLED
Signg That Shall  Portend the Laat Advent���Services Tomorrow  in
Nelson   Churches.
Tomorrow will be the second Sunday
in Advent. It is also the festival of the
Conception of the messed Virgin Mary.
The gospel for the day is from St.
Luke, the abstruse passage beginning:
"And there shall he signs in the sun
and in the moon and In the stars; and
Upon the earth distress of nationB," and
ending with the baffling statements:
"This generation shall not pass away
till all be fuliillftd: Heaven and earth
shall pan away: but my word shall not
pass away." The generation to whom
those wordB were addressed saw His
Death. Resurrection and Ascension. To
the faithful few as revealed the Descent of the Holy Ghost. But Is all
fulfilled? His church, taught by her
interpretation of His own words, and
later by the Revelation of St. John, has
never ceased to look for a second coming "with power and great glory." Many
times in the nineteen centuries that
have passed Christians have thought
they recognized the portents, "signs
In the sun and in the moon and ln the
stars; and upon the earth distress of
nations," and  looked  for the end.
The collect, "Blessed Lord, who has
caused all holy scriptures to be written
for our learning," and the epistle, "whatsoever things were written aforetime
were written for our learning." alike
point to the duty and privilege of
patient study and research. Tennysun
wrote that "truth embodied in a tale
may enter in at lowly doors," but even
the apparently simplest records of the
evangelists contain cryptic passages
that may give pause to the boldest and
most confident dogmatist, and bid him
limit the number of his positive assertions. It is not for nothing that the
authors of the liturgy have added to a
collect and epistle teaching the duty of
patient and humble study a gospel
whose message is  so ohscure.
The following semcea are announced
for tomorrow in the churches of Nel
eon:
Church of England���St. Savlour'a,
corner Ward and Silica street
Second Sunday in Advent, holy communion, 8 a. m.; morning prayer and
litany, 11 a. m.; Sunday School.
2.30 p. m.; evensong, 7.30 a. m. Rev. F.
H. Graham, rector.
Romau Catholic���Cnurc'n of Mary Immaculate, corner of Ward and Mill
streeta: Low mass, 8 a. m.; high mass,
10;30 a. m.; evening service. 7:30 p. m
Rev. rather Althoff. priest.
Presbvterian church���St. Paul's, cor
ner of Victoria and Kootenay streets:
Morning service, 11 a. n_; Sunday
school, 2.30 p. m.; evening eervlce,
7:30 p. m. Rev. J. T. Ferguson, minister.
Methodist church���Corner SUlca and
Josephine streets: Morning terrlce, 11
a. m.; evening servlc*-., 7:30 p. m.; Bun-
day school, 2:30 p m. Rev. R N
Powell,  pastor.
Baptist church���Stanley street, near
Mill: Morning service. 11 a. m.; even
Ing service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school,
2.30 p. m.    Rev. A. Frith.
Salvation Army���Barrac*n on Victoria street, west of Josephine: 8pe
clai services for tomorrow. Knee drill,
i? a. in.; holiness meeting, 11 a. m.; a
praise meeting at 3 p. m.: salvation
meeting at 8 p. m. 	
LICENCE    TO     AN     EXTRA-PROVINCIAL    COMPANY.
"COMPANIES   ACT.   1897."
Canada, [
Provinca  of   Uruiatt   Columbia.   ,
No.   407.
This is to a-ertlly that "Western Canada Timber Company Limited," is authorized and licensed to carry on business within the Province of British Columbia, aud to curry out or effect all or
any of the objects of the Company to
which the legislative authority of the
Legislature of British Columbia extends.
The head office of the Company is situate at 161-4, Dashwood House. New-
Broad  Streei. in  the City of  London.
The amount of the capital of the
Companv is one liuntlred and seventy-
five thousand pounds, divided into one
hundred and se\enty-flve thousand
shares of one pound each.
The head office of the Company In
this Province is situate at Nelsou, and
Leslie 11111, Manager, whose address is
Nelaon. B. C, is the Attorney for the
Company.
Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, Province of British Col-
limbla, this 25th day of October, one
thousand nine   hundred  and  seven.
rus j s. Y.  WOOTON,
Registrar  of Joint  Stock   Companies.
The objects for which this Company
has    been    established    and    licensed
ta.l To carry on business in Canada
or elsewhere as saw-mill proprietors,
timber merchant* and timber growers,
and to buy, sell. grow, prepare for market, manipulate, import, export, and
deal In Umber and wood of all ktnds,
nud to manufacture and deal in articles
Of all kinds In the manufacture of which
timber or worn! Is used, and to carry
on business as ship owners and carriers
bv land and water, and so fur as may
be deemed expedient the business of
genera] merchants, and to buy, clear,
plant and work timber estates and Um-
{tt.) Ab the first operation of the
Company to purchase or otherwise ac-
quire and take over aa A going concern
the business nnd undertaking of the
Canadian Pacific Timber Company,
Limited, and all the timber limits,
lauds. biilUIlngR and erections, water
rights, fixed ami moveable plant and
machinery, tools, utensils, logs and
lumber, live and dend stock, stores and
effect*, DJld other the property and assets of tnat Company In Brititnl Columbia and with n view thereto to execute
and make the agreement referred to ln
Article 3 of the Articles . r Association
of the Company:
(c.) To leek for and secure openings
for the employment of capital In Can-
ndn or elsewhere, and with a view
thereto to prospect, enquire, examlnu,
explore and test, and  to  despatch or
employ expeditions, commissioners, experts  and other agents:
(d.) To institute, enter into, carry
on, assist or participate ih financial,
commercial, mercantile, industrial,
manufacturing, mining and other businesses, works, contracts and undertakings and financial operations of ail
kinds, and to undertake and carry on
any business transaction or operation
commonly undertaken or carried on by
financiers, promoters of companies,
miners, bankers, or underwriters, concessionaries, contractors for public
and other works, capitalists or merchants, and to carry on any o.her business which may seem to the Company
capable of being conveniently carried
on In connection with any of tbe objects
of the Company or which may be
thought calculated, directly or indirectly, to enhance the value of or lender profitable any of the Company's property
or  rights:
(e.) To open, promote, acuulie. construct, equip, maintain, Impiove, work,
manage or control, or aid in or subscribe towards the promotion, acquisition, or construction, equipment, maintenance, improvement, working, management or control of works, undertakings and operations of all
kinds, both public ard private,
and In particular roads, ways.
tramways, railways, telegraphs, telephones, cables, ships, lighters, harbours, piers, docks, quays, wharves,
w arehous'-s, bridges, viaducrs, aqueducts, reservoirs, embankments, waterworks, water-courses, canals, flumes.
irrigations, drainage, sawmills, crushing mills, smelting works, iron, steel,
ordnance, engineering and implement
works, hydraulic works, gas and electric lighting, electrical works, power
supply, quarries, collieries, coke ovens,
foundcrlea, furnaces, factories, cement,
limestone and other works, carrying
undertakings by land and water, public
and private buildings, townsites. residences, cottagea, stations, Htoies and
shops, whether for the purposes of the
Company or for saV or hire to or In
return for any coaslderation from any
other companies or  persons:
(f.) To promote, make, provide, purchase or otherwise acquire, take on
lease, or agreement, acquire ruu-
nlng powers over, lease, let. grant
running powers over, worit, use.
sell and dispose of railways,
tramways and other roads, ways and
means of accesB to any part or parts
of the property of the Company, and to
contribute to the expense of promoting,
making, providing, acquiring, working
and using the sam**. and to purchase,
take on lease or otherwise acquit e and
hold, and to erect, alter, pull down, rebuild, and adapt houses, cottages, warehouses and buildings, and to purchase,
construct, erect, hie and maintain,
work, us e. lease sell, charter or let,
rolling stock, plant and machinery,
trade utensils and appliances, locomotives, engines, waggons, trucks, carriages, ships, tugs, barges, pieis, harbours, wharves and other appliances,
works and vehicles for and used In
connection with the transport by land
or water of the produce of the Company's  works and properties:
(g.) To make and carry into effect, arrangements with land owners, railway,
shipping or canal companies or owners, carriers and any other companies
and persons for the purposes of the
Company, and to grant mining and
other licences over, or leases of. any
part or parts of the property and rights
of tho Company:
(h.) To purchase or otherwise acquire, hold , sell, exchange, mortgage,
charge, convert, turn to account, dispose of and deal in real and personal
property and rights of all kinds, and
in particular lands, buildings, hereditaments, business concerns, and undertakings, mortgages, charges, annuities,
patents, patent rights, copyrights, licences, securities, grants, charters, concessions, leases, contracts, options, policies, book debts and claims and any interest in real or personal property,
and any claims against such property,
or against any persons or company, and
to finance and carry on any business
concern or undertaking so acquired, and
to keep up or abandon all or any of the
properties, businesses, patents or privileges now or hereafter to be acquired by
the  Company:
(i.) To transact and carry on all
kinds of agency and commission business, and in particular to collect moneys, royalties, revenue, interest, rents
and debts; to negotiate loans; to find
investments; and to issue and place
shares. stocks, bonds, debentures,
debenture stock or securities:
(J.) To obtain, acquire, work, let, or
dispose of any concessions or authorizations of any Government, municipal
body, or other authority, for any works,
or undertaking which the Company may
desire to promote or carry on, and to
obtain the promulgation of any laws or
decrees which the Company may think
necessary or expedient for or in respect
of any such works or undertakings, and
to eonstruct. equip, maintain and work
an> such undertakings or works, and
generally carry on business as contractors for public works, or to sell and dispose of any such concessions or authorizations:
(k.) To contract with or aid any Sovereign or other Power, Government, or
State, or any municipal or other
body, politic or corporate, or
company, or persons for or in
relation to capital, credit, means,
or resources for the prosecution of any
works, undertakings, projects or enterprises; also to contract for and act as
agents or otherwise in relation to loans
or securities iss ued or proposed to bo
lBsued by any Government or State, or
municipal or other authority, or company or corporation, or persons or person:
(1.) To acquire any inventions capable of being used for any purpose connected with any of the businesses or operations of the Company, nnd to acquire
or cause to be applied for and obtained,
any letters patent, patent rights, licences, contracts, options, or concessions.
In any part of the world, and to grant
and issue licences for the use of the
same or any of them upon such terms
and conditions as may be considered
expedient:
(m.) To subscribe for, underwrite,
buy. sell, and deal in stocks, shares,
debentures and securities of any other
company, whether British, Colonial or
Foreign, or of any Government or authority, supreme, municipal, local or
otherwise, or of any company whose
operations may be beneficial to this
Company, or with a view to assist any
company which may carry on, or be
about to carry on, any business useful
to this Company:
tn.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and undertake all or any part oi
the business, pioperty, and liabilities of
any other company, firm cr person, the
objects of which shall be altogether or
in part similar to those of this Company, or to make and carry into effect
arrangements with respect to the union of interests, co-operation, partnership, or amalgamation either in whole
or In part, with any other companies,
corporations or  persons:
(o.) To sell, lease let on hire, exchange, or otherwise dispose of absolutely, conditionally, or for any limited
Interest, all or any part of the undertaking of the Company, or all or any of
the lands, hereditaments, property,
rights, or privileges of the Company,
or all or any of its undertakings, and to
accept payment therefor In money.
shares, stock, debentures, or other obligations, either by a fixed payment or
by payments conditional upon or varying with the earnings or profits of the
purchasehrs:
(p.) To establish and promote, or
concur in establishing and promoting,
associations, companies, syndicates and
undertakings, to purchase or take over
the whole or any part cf the property of
this Company, or any concessions,
rights or property in which this Company has any Interest, or for any of
the objects mentioned in this memorandum. To secure by underwriting or
otherwise the subscription of any part
of the capital, whether original or increased, of this Company, or of any
riuch association, company, syndicate.
Or undertaking as aforesaid, and to pay
or receive any commission, brokerage.
or other remuneration in connection
therewith, or for obtaining applications
for or placing or guaranteeing the placing of any debentures, debenture stock,
bonds, or other securities of this or any
other company, and to make or receive
such payments or remuneration either
in cash or shares, fully paid or otherwise, or debentures aB may be deemed
expedient:
(q.) To guarantee the payment of
money secured by or payable under or
in respect of bonds, debentures, debenture stock, contracts, mortgages,
charges, obligations and securities of
any company, whether British, Colonial or Foreign, or of any authority, supreme, municipal, local or otherwise,
or of any person whomsoever, whether
corporate or unincorpurate:
(r.) To pay for any rights or property acquired by the Company, or any
services rendered to the Company, in
fully or partly paid shares or stock, debentures or other securities of the Company, and to makes such payments or
gifts by way of bonus or otherwise, and
either in money or in any other value
as may .rora time to time be deemed
expedient for Information or advice
given or for services of any kind rendered to the company, or in connection
with which the Company may be directly or indirectly, interested, and generally to make any payments or agree to pay
any commissions, with or without any
consideration moving to the Company,
if it is considered by the Directors in
the interests or, directly or indirectly,
to the benefit of the Company to do so:
(s.) To lend money io such persons
and bodies, whether upon security or
otherwise, upon such terms as the Company shall think fit, and to guarantee
the perfomauce of any contracts entered
into by persona having dealings with
the Company:
(t.) To borrow or raise money and to
issue debentures or debenture stock,
either redeemable or irredeemable, or
bonds or other obligations or securities
of the Company, or to create any mortgage or charge on all or any part of the
property and assets of the Company,
including its uncalled capital or otherwise In such manner as the Company
shall think fit; to take money on deposit
at interest or otherwise, and to make,
draw, accept, and endorse bills of exchange, cheques, promissory notes, and
other negotiable instruments:
(u.) To invest any moneys of the
Company not immediatel yrequired in
such manner as may be thought fit:
(v.) To make donations to such
persons and In such cases, either of
cash or other assets, as may be thought.
directly or indirectly, conducive to any
of the Company's objects, or otherwise
expedient; and to subscribe or guarantee money for charitable or benevolent
objects, or for any exhibition, or for any
public, general or other object, and to
establish or support, or aid in the establishment or support of associations.
institutions, conveniences, funds and
trusts calculated to benefit any of the
employees or ex-employees of the Company, or the dependents or connections
of such person, and to grant pensions and allowances, and to make payments towards Insurance, and apply the
money of the Company in any way in
or towards the establishment, maintenance or extension of any association, institution or fund for protection of the
interests of masters, owners and employers against loss by bad debts,
strikes, workmen's combinations, fire,
accidents or otherwise, or for insuring
or re-insuring with any company, firm
or person, any risks, guarantees, or obligations undertaken by the Company or
to which it may be subject:
(w.) To distribute any assets of the
Company among its members In specie:
(x.) To do all acts necessary to procure the Company to be duly constituted or incorporated and registered, or
recognised, as a corporation or association in Canada or America, or elsewhere :
(y.l To carry out the above objects.
or any of them, either on account of the
Company alone or in conjunction with
any company, association, firm, person
or persons, and ln any part of the world,
and generally to do all such acts and
things as are incidental or conducive
to the attainment of all or any of the
above objects, aud the intention is that
the objects specified tn each paragraph
of this clause shall, except where otherwise explained in such paragraph, be In
nowise restricted by reference to or inference from the terms of any other
paragraph or the name of the Company.
a���
'--p'tV-Tajsi
sn"   "' ���'
FINE BUILDING LOTS
We have for sale six of the Snest building lots   In the  city,   situated at
the corner of Josephine and Hoover streets. These lots are cleared    and
fenced  and    command    a magnificent  view. Price,  $2,000  for  the six or
will be sold separately ls desired.
POB FULL PAR-
TICL'I.AHS J\f>-
PLV TO
H. & IVI. BIRD
ONLY A FEW LEFT
OF THOSE CHOICE  L0T8   IN   NELSON   CITY     ADDITION..      GOOD
SOIL,  LEVEL   GROUND.   ELECTRIC CARS, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND
r__~T'S^.T:��_*;.���?.& _*<��waer se RVICE.
A great many sales have been  made of lots In this charming suburb
of Nelson and only a few best lots are left.
T. O. PROCTER
AGENT NELSON CITY  LAND A IMPROVEMENT CO.
Don't Forget
That Fire Insurance you were going to put on this fall, or that
accident and health policy you Intended writing which covers
all accidents and 30 diseas.s.
*���%/**? j'*2*yafii3l����     Le* u�� <Wote you rates on the above.   *,^l-*S'e|5f JJ
IVlcDermid & -McHardy
INEL.SOIS, B. Qi
C. P. R.
Christmas
Excursions
EAST
$78.25
To Montreal, Toronto, and all points
west thereof in Ontario and Quebec.
Quebec, St. John, Halifax, Maritime Province rates on application.
Ticket, on sale daily December 1st to
December 31st. Round trip First
class.   90 day limit.
OLD COUNTRY RATES.
Halifax, St. John or Portland and return
$S9.:2*5
RETURN   OCEAN   FARES
Salooon���$104.50. Second���$78.25.
Steerage���$55.00,   and  up  according to
steamer.
For detailed information, sailings
ocean steamers, first class or tourist
sleeper reservations apply to local
agent or
BS. J. OOYLE, J. MOE,
A.R.P. A..Vancouver. 0 P.A.. Nel.on
FOR SALE
160 ACRES���About eight miles from
Nelson. Frequent trains, cabin,
springs. Owner would subdivide if
necessary $20 to $25 per acre.
25 ACRES Near Nelson���Good. road.
Water  rights.  Small house. Stable.
Fruit   trees,   bushes   etc $4,000.
Also land    on    Kootenay and   Arrow
lakes, Slocan and Salmon rivers, etc.
T-emont House
sanropsss sad AwMs Flaa
���wis ffi cis.   Booms Itom V eta. to tl.
only wait. Hup Mmalojee.
Is���laONX  A TS_��H_U8
a.... at.. Nei��oa tassssss_
Athabasca
Saloon...
COMER
sUXER AND
I00TENAY
STKEHS.
__-  Most comfort*-.', quarters     NelaonJ
(*I Llquora ��ut* <_lgarm.
Only the best
BIUjIAKDS.
poou
MARTIN   IVEN8
JNO.   PHILBERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and rsfnr-
ntshed. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room is unexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J   A. ERIOKSON. Proprietor.
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court Rons.
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
B.����r Street, Nelaon. B. C.
!R. B. LYS
.Real Estate Agent
315 Baker St.,  Nelaon.  B. C.
Certificate   of Improvements
NOTICE.
"Union" Mineral Claim niluate In ttu- VIpuui
Mining Division, of lnt* West Kootenay IHntrlct
Where Irv.-au-U :-Ou Toad Mountain Lwu mid a
-halt ml.us irom N-.-l.v-_, B. 0.
Take notice tuat 1. **    **   Maodonald. ac-tluti ai
a-st-nt lor Hugh  Hutherlaml,   WtOp  Miuer'n Cer*
till rate No- Blft.289. intend ft) ilay* from (ho dale
hereof, to apply  10 tbe _lni&|   Recordur for a
LVrtllR-ale of itaproveineut*, for the purpove ni
obtalulni/ a Crown Grant of the   above claim.
And   further   .�����-������  notice  that action,  under
Section ;n,  munt   b' MmmtBOM before  lhe (*���
atiai'co ol ��mrh Cerllfleate of Improvement-*
Dated thi�� .-13rd day of rteptcuiber, -��   IJ , 1907.
W. A    M Ai'liuN Al.It
RATES |2 PER DAY
Large   and   Comfortable   Bedn-onu aud fine*
clan Dining Room.
MRS. E. C. CLARKE, Proprietress.
Battlett   House
GBO. W. HAKTI.RTT,
���Proprietor.
Best DoUar-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar 1e the Fi-ieai.
White Help Only Kmployed
ioaephlne Bt.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM  KOBFRTB,
rsoi.RisTs.ss.
Rates ��l and $1.50 a D��y.
Special Rate, to Resmlar Bcitrdnrs
SAMUEL, A,   WTE
HEATING ENGINEER.
In the Matter of    the "Land    Registry
Act" and Amendments thereto,
���AND���
an application tor H,-* luueof
Cerllfleate nf Title lor Lom
tiroupl Kootenay iJintrlct
eiveu that ll Ir my intention
I rat Ion of t*ne month from the
ereof a diinlleate Certtfli ate ol
teneribed laudtt, ln thenameof
oberittuti which Certificate Ib
of August, lvis,  and is uum-
Offlce,   Nelnon,   B.C.,   Slat   of
H.F.MacLKOD,
DUUlCt Koglit >
All Kinds nf Heating Plants In Stock.
SANITARY PLUMBING.
Victoria 8t., Nr. Oosra House.      Tel. 181.
In the matter ol
a duplicate of tbt**
���flOl, �������>-��. and 2W*3.
Notice is hereto
to lKH'ie at thu exti
Urn publication h
Title to the above
James* Roderick l
dated the Uth da-t-
bere-1 1105-k
1-and Ri-TiHtry
Auguat, l*r7.
W.   Q.   GIUUETT
Contractor end
Bull--*-.*-.
Bole sagent for the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd..
retail yards. Rough and dre��*-v*l lumber, turned
work and brackets. Coast lath and shingles, **�����
and doors. Cement, brick and Ume (or Mle.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and .actory: W-rnon Bt... east ot Hall
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SMOKING  SETS
Are yon in doubt what  to Beleot for Chrlsttnaa Sifts?    Have a
look nt those" beautiful Hammered Brass and Copp.r Goods we liuvo just
opened in>. Tlio Smoking Sets are most artistic In design and cannot
tail to please. Wo are also showing many other things in this
which are useful as well ns ornamental.
mas novelties.
Come in and  see  our Christ-
J. O. PATENAUDE
Burglars   Busy.
Burglars are busy -it Kamloops. Sev
imi places were broken Into tttls week,
one clot���ing store losing a large quan
t.iiy of goods.
Methodist   Services.
At lbs Methodist church tomorrow
morning the pastor's subject will be:
������An Immortal Proposition''; evening
subject:   "Tho  Working   Man's   tltul. '
MANUPACTURINQ
JBWBULBR..
Watchmaker and Optician
MEAiHErT
Ladies'
Cashmere
Hose
at 35c
We were lucky enough to
secure io dozen ol these
goods. They are the odds
and ends of a wholesale
hosiery stock. Some are
worth'45c and some 50c the
pair. Your choice today
at 35c the pair.
3 Pair for $1.00
MEAGHER & CO.
Sec Us
For Good Fruit Land
10 Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & _:
Next Door to Dank of Commerce.
AVWVV^^^*^***^^*********.
Call at the
Queen Cigar  Store
for anything wanted in
SMOKERS'
UPPLIES
and your  troubles will
go up in smoke.
BUSH  & MATT HEW,  Props.        >
^^^^^-/^^-'<^*^A/*^/V��/'*��'��***<<y
Buy
T
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let us show you
them. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
WOLVERTON&Co
BAKER   ST
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dsaleil in sStapleWLd fancy Groceri-*-*,
Butt'-T,   Eggfi.
Oomp and Minors' Supplied.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. See. G. E.
DOMINION  AND   PROVINCIAL   LAND
eURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office*. Bealey Building.    P. O. Box 434
Baker Bt, NELSON. B. C.
COAL
BANKHKAD   COAL
Tb*. Bell Hard Coul ou the mar-
k��L
litu-.klicnil I Ji-i��
quettes
The Best   Domestic ('oai.
West Transfer Co.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
Corner of Stanley  and Victoria   Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
D. C. Jones. Bpokane; J. P. Farrell,
New Westminster; Mrs. S. C. Richards.
Calgary; Miss A. D. Morrln, P. W.
Loader, A. J. Lawrence, Montreal; lt.
Jones, G. Cleave. Vancouver; \V. Fielding, P. C. Hagarty, Winnipeg; .1. Films,
Cranbrook; J. P. Burnett, Denver.
Cor.   V.rnon and   Ward Streets
*.. ta_,SO-*f .B.t?.,
A.   II.   Tutile,   Ymir;   E.   I..   Gilbert.
Minneapolis; j. a. Macdonald, RoBsland
I. N. Williams and wife, New Denver;
W. H. Brandon, Silverton; A. R. Allen,
Slocan; u. s. Pyke, F. Gordon, J. J
litirns. Vancouver; S. .1. Watson, San
Francisco;  w. J.  Holloway, Winnipeg;
II. G. Whellams, Kaslo; A. W. Davis.
Sandon; W. A. Turner and son, Nicola;
II. M. Smith. Montreal; .1. T. Ilealtie,
Oreenwood; F. C. Mason, Stratford,Ont
J. M. Stocker, Miss Bruce, Cochrane;
('. M. Wilier, Wlngham; J. 0. Mitchell.
Edinburgh; j. Qulnn, Revelstoke.
GRAND CENTRAL..
D. C. Jones, Spokane; T. A. Hinder
son. S. Wynaham, Cranbrook; (S M.
Husk felt and wife, Manitoba; W. Randies, 0. Bingham, Wardner; B. W. Hudson. Slocan; J. II. A.ppleton, Procter:
W. Delmage, Minn.-tlosa; A. Vernies.
Oranlte; P. A. Bonnyman, Tatama
gouche, N. S.; J. is. Sargent. New West
minster; J. McCallum, Ymir; W. 11.
Bolton, Salmo.
QUEENS.
G.   II.   Findlev.   Trail;   T.  J,   Qraham,
Rossland;   W. Robertson, C.  W.  Kldd,
1.. Derry, Winnipeg; F. W. Innes,Fernle
(S. Ludblum, Caroo Lake: s. Underbill,
Ainsworth; J. C. Camitbers, Revelstoke
R. <;. Mel.end. Seattle; J. White, W, Evs
l'. II. Devlin, Spokane: A. II. Naubat.
t; Porteous, Kattala, Alaska: P. Mc-
l.auiihlan, Ymir.
TKKMONT.
S. Wilkinson. Ashland; T. .1. Mender*
son, Garrard; J. <'������ Hand, Woodstock;
H. linln... and wife, Slocan; w. Plagg, A.
Peterson, Spokane; A. Hughes, Willow
Point; '). Kalbo, (S. Kalbo, A. Kalbo,
Revelstoke;  R. F. Davis. Salmo.
HAHTI.TSTT.
p., Thurston, Silverton;  K. F. Alien.
5.1. Melesiiy. Rosslantl; .1. Jennings,
Creston.
ROYAL.
T   K. Weddburn, I.. White, Salmo; G.
Crosby. Cranbrook; L- Hurton, G. Furs-
by, Grand Forks.
F. C. GREEN       F. P. BURDEN        A. li. GREEN
GRIIEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
C'vil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
.'0R.VICT0R!A k KOOTENAY STS., NELSON. B.C
f. 0. Bo�� U*S    Phon. J61 ft.
FOUND.
1',.1'NH    A Pipe, wltl.'l, tin- I..-.T may refttver
by calling sl tb. Bhartff*.nfllaa.MsntllrlDS
property, antl paylilK for Ihli. nd vi-rtln.,in,iu.
WANTED
TANTKIl   IlfH.l   Wailr,���   for   Botel  Ktrsth-
V.
votia    Api'ly Mn
TO LET
*   ���""imfo. table Hum..* ior h Vonna I-ft'ly. would
_V*-.ill ullhi r M'lm.,1 tunc her. or young laOy 1n
buMnt***.*. In   tin* city.    Aililr*..**. E. 0. Dally
<" ' i  H.I 1 rill
Metals.
The only change recorded tut todaj 'fl
moial markets is a further drop in Uie
Virice of silver, of five points on each
market it Is the lowest price reaeb
ed by silver on the last decline.
Industrial   Workers.
The will be a meeting of the Indus
trial Workers of the World next Mon
day night, when J. H. Walsh, the travel
iing   organizer,   will   be   present.     Tin
publie are cordially invited to attend.
The   Next  Attraction.
Judging by the posters, "At Cripple
Creek" is a sensational play. The management announce that the players have
been carefully selected and that the
scenic and mechanical effects are perfect.
Silverton Booming.
W. I.. Hudson returned last nigh.
from a business trip to Silverton and
describes it as easily the busiest and
most prosperous place in proportion to
its size in the Kooteuay. There is more
active mining being carried on iu thi
neighborhood now than for many years
past.
Pioneer   Dead.
James W. Galbraith- a pioneer nier
(���ham of Moab, Wash., died at B.10 p. m
Thursday at his home in Moab, from
dropsy. The deceased had been a resident of that place for the past 35 years
He is survived by one brother, R. T.
Galbraith, Fort Steele, B. C: two sisters, the Mesdames James and Charles
Clark, both of Fort Steele, 13. C; one
daughter and one son.
T iO  KiH_i-*-j_Ant.-.  -UU-Msst. (.;���*��iii lieiU-d     Apply housekeeper. Srd llui. K  w. 0, block.
Isaac vs.  Miller.
The hearing of the case of Isaac vs.
.Miller began in the supreme court today
and will probably be resumed on Monday. K. W. Hannlngton aud H. At, .Macdonald appear for the plaintiffs and D.
Whiteside and S. S. Taylor, K. C, for
the defendant. The action is for the
amount of a promissory note for $200
was entered first in tho country court,
but the defendant counter-claimed for
over $2,000 and the case was transferred to the supreme court. The hearing
of Huggard vs. North American Land
and Lumber company ended this morning.
Projectoscope.
At the invitation of Principal Fraser
of the high school a number of trustees
and others attended last night to witness the working of the projectoscope
or projecting lantern, the latest addition
to the equipment of the school. By way
;>f illustration Mr. Fraser showed many
scenes in Canada from Canso to Vancouver, accompanying the first part
with a brief discourse, ilustrated. on
the fishing industry as pursued at Can-
so, and the Dominion government's mar
ine zoological station at that point. The
projectoscope supplies a need that has
been felt In the school from the beginning. It affords the only practical
means of detailed study of anatomy,
and, for part of the year, botany, and
will also be a very valuable aid in the
'������aching  of  descriptive   geography.
The Orangemen are requested to meet
in Fraternity hall at S o'clock tin Mon
day evening. Dec. 9, to meet the Most
Worshipful Supreme Grand Master, Bro.
D. C. McLaren, who is visiting Nelson.
NICKERSON. the Jewelery Manufactur
er's Agent will sell you goods from samples at 25 per c-s-nt. less than regular
prices direct from the factories. In P
days   from   order.     Kverything   in     th'
Geo. P. Playei*
Accountant
LATE ACCOUNTANT AT HALL MIN
ING   &   SMELTING   CO.
Office   Room   No.   2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
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Wm.
BSr 4;!            -
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*v van ,....��.-    i   -i
D?\ i 1 i.l i 1 i i-i 1 i IN
A  CLOSE   EXAMINATION
Of electrical work finished and charged
for from this shop will  show you how
squarely and honorablv we conduct our
ELECTRICAL BUSINESS
Those who employ us need not worry
about our charges and as to workmanship they know it is the beet.
Repairs to machinery, telephones, etc.
promptly  attended  to.
-J. H. RINGROSE,
HEADQUARTERS   FOR    ELECTRICAL
SUPPLIES.
P. O. Box 1KB. Phone 227 A.
**-*_iyAvjf*��i<   NEL80N. . .   ...,__.���
New iDriecl
FRUITS
in   INo\v
Don't delay ordering ingredients fur Xmas Cakes and
Piu.d'.ngs, fresh stuck in.
Lemon, Orange, and Citron
Peels, Raisins in bulk and
packages,  Currants the same.
C, A, BENEDICT
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts.
PMOINU   7
DRESSED
DOLUS
We have just opened up two largo
oases and we now have a niosi magnl
Q-cent display of dressed dolls.
We want you to conio in and Bee
them.    The sight will  repay you.
We have little ones at 20c anil _."..���
each.
Medium sized ones, well and prettily
dressed at Tuc. ,".o. 96c, $1.U0. $1.86,
$1.40.  $2.50  and  $:'.7.".
Large  ones,  handsomely   dressed   al
$3.25.    $3.50.   $..5H.    $5.r,0,    $j.o;,t    $0.75,
$7.25 and  $15.00.
SEE   THE    BEAUTIFUL   DISPLAY   IN
OUR   WINDOW.
If you have to order your Xmas
things by mail, entrust us with your
orders. We will fill them promptly and
carefully.
W. G. Thomson
BaT0A0TioENLK1iT:R "Dd    Nelson, B. C.
Phone .1*4.
Sherman's Opera House
ONE   NlGHT   ONLY
MONDAY, DEC. 9
The Great Western Play
'AT CRIPPLE CREEfe'
PRICES: $1.00. 75c and 50c
Seats on salo at Rutherford's Saturday
INOTICE.
City of Nelson License District.
We, the undersigned, give notice that
at the next meeting of the Hoard ol
License Commissioners we intend to apply for a transfer of the license of the
No Place Inn from Win. Gosnell to
KDWARD POLLARD,
C.  B. WADE.
Nelson. Nov. 10.  I!t07.
INOTICE.
YMIR   LICENSE   DISTRICT.
Notice Is hereby given that at th,
next meeting of tie Hoard of License
Commissioners for the District of Ymir
to be held an, r thu expiration of thirty
days, I lnt,mhI lo apply for a transfer oi
the License for the drove Hotel from
myself to William flosnell.
Krnest G. Borden,
By his attorney,  Wm. Gosnell.
Dated this 12th day of November.
1907.
'rue second
20,000 CLUB
BALL
OF THE SEASON   WILL  BE  HELD ON
Tuesday. Dec. 17.1907
IN THE
Roller Skating Rink
Corner of Baker and Falls Streets.
Tickets can lie had from any member
of the executive or from the secretary
of the 20,01)0 club.
Ladies or gentlemen $1.00. Refreshments
included.
NELSON  ASSESSMENT     DISTRICT.
Notice lu hereby given that a Court
of Revision and Appeal, under Ihe pro
visions of tho Assessment Act. respect
Ing the Assessment Roll for the year
1908, for tho Nelson Assessment District will tie hold at the Governm(ml
Office, Nelson, on December 18th, :n7.
at 10 a. m.
R.   8.   LENNIE,
Judge of Court or It. vision and Ap,   al.
Nelson, December 2nd, 1007.
Jl Calendar
of   <Oiews
Of your own town or city, could you
imagine a nicer 1 loliday Cjiit to send
away to friends in another city, or
across the border, or to the Old
Country ? :: "
We have a varied assortment of these
pretty View Calendars, but there will
be a big run on them, so please make
your selections early. :: ::
Canada Drug & Book Co..
Limited.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phone   81
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Whiilon-.il' 1.11(1  K-_-tn.it DwUwi in
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps (applied on Hl.ort.-st notloe mul
lowest pric��. Nothing but fri-nh nnd
wholesome ments and supiil(*�� kept in st-o-'k
M;iU arden m-cr-ive cm-t-sful atU'ution.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Pure
Apple
Cider
$1.00 per Gallon
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 181.3
HOUSTON HLOOK.
INOTICE.
Notice is hert'by given that the tin
deralgnfid have HubmiUed to the Lien
tfn;.i_t-Gov<-rni>f-in-C(iut.C'l a proposal
under the Riven and Streams Ad f"i
the clearing and removing obstruction)
from the Dnhainel Creek (othei m**\e
known U Six-Mile Creek) In the His
triet of West Kootenay, Province ol
Itri tlsh Co! ii in Id a, and for making the
said creek fit for rafting and driving
��� hereon logs, Umber and lumber, and
for erecting and maintaining dams on
the Bald creek, and for oonitructing
and maintaining boomi for holding,
sorting and delivering logs and timber
ihereon, and for attaching boomi on
Kootenay \AtWo at the mouth of said
cieek.
The lands io be affected by inch
work are l^)1�� TS7. 7SS, 7001, 7773, 1394,
8411 and -3418 all in Group Oni Koote
nay District, and othor lands not Crown
Granted, occupied or Improved,
The tolls*; proposed to he charged ar*
such ns may be fixed hy the Judge ol
the   County   Court   of   West   Kooti nay
Dated the 28th day of October,  1907
THF  POKTO RICO   LUMBER  COMPANY,   LIMITED
THE NELSON
CEMENT
WORKS
LIMITED.
CAPITAL,   $25,000.00   In   25.000   shares
of $10.00 each.
MANAGER,  OrOsisT   W,   BOUTkO.
OFFICE, N.l. SS2S! Bilker St. (CSrii.-lKiln I life Co.)
SEE the cement blocks displayed Iii Hi,.
stunilard  IPamlturs  Co.'s  window.
APPLICATIONS for stock aro Invited,
particulars nnd roniiB of Application inny be obtained ut the Company**, dftlce, or from II. A. Stewart,
Solicitor, Nelson, n. C.
Let Us "Sock" it to You
in th.. batast Fall and Winter airln *
'.!��� .. - nns rlodar* \\. ur,. '���^klll..
up win, the Daesl Hosasrer iiii|��,nai
'....I..Mul,!.    anil   .liiral.le In  w.-ar >��4
el. i;:.iii in appearance. Joe ��iii at
D In ib.. nee .I.-kIkus an.l aMura,
which tn poslUTelj [,1,-aaine lo all
cornet and pari Icular drivers A.l fut
colors, ami warranted t.. Kiv.- s.artnf
an,I   Waalting   Balisfactlon.
J. A. G1LKER
STOV
Wi   irould like to gee all our pat ron.scomfortable thiB winter a**-*, m onttr to
do so We have tn sgtock the ���" *'���  9J99* i ted   line of heating Biov�� and cooking
���tovee and rmngee ever before presented to the public in Kaatemr.
We wot-d be pleased to show  you    our line and before making joar V*^*
chase kindly see what We have to offer.
J. H. Askdown Hardware
Company. Limited. iMim__J
st^rkeV^Tco/
\>'hiiluHiiw  Pnivlslonit,
Produi
Rrult.
Government Creamery One-Pound Briakl receiv.*d weekly frmb
churn.    For Mats by nJl lculinu grocers
Oflice nnd wnn-himse: lioanton lllock,    Pnone 79.
Josephine Street.        -        - -        Nelson, B. C
A.Q. LAMBERT & CO.
___fS Lambe*, SWflgl��,
Lath, A\ouIciinK��, Doors, Windows.
Turnnd Woi-W nntl 111 H<fc��l��. Mail Orders promptly R��'*��<i,-,t*
viiiii*ini*i niiwni  ... pom���om.b-c
WHAT ABOUT SPRAYING?
We have si full stock of the
Lime-Stilpher-Salt  Winter Sfi-ay
In 50-lb. aud 1 gal. tins.
WE HAVE ALWAYS A FULL LIME OF CLOVER SEED*
The Brackman-Ker  Milling  Co., j__
���MMM-51 For Miners, Lum-
bernien, Ranchers,    Housekeepers.
#JN
WHS   Lct as  sappy Yoar Ne-ds
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd*
Wholesale
N8Laat��ON
Retail

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