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ask ron-
Maile   from   pure
oarbonated   Hal
cmui mineral
Hold ul ull hotels
and cafes
Volume 2.    No. 156
No Agreement Reached
on Closing Down
5-toihj Canabian
g**^^c tislatlv
Will  be delivered    everyy-fva^Mgl
your door for "***
SO   Cl^tNTS'A
I Council and Allis-Chalmers-Bullock
Company Confer Without
Practical Result.
All thai waa accomplished at last,
j      it'i council meeting wuh the rescind
I.,.,,   nl   ;i    1. I ' .1.1' loll    tO    eulisenl    to    llle
[closing down ..1 Uie plant, consequent
. ii iii.   failure  >*f  negotiations  for an
j ��� 1:1
in. ii in. 1 ai ** with ih.. mayor
I ir. 'h.  chair, and all  members present
Ud   Rose, who came In latsr.
I ..liell.ir,  .-ity   eleel ilciali   and
|a i.  McCulloch were ai-.-, present
.....  ., reported a bill *>i ��-.800
I Irum    lie      provincial   governmenl   li.r
1 ...   remarked  that  the  city
I Its Incorporation baan supply.
ling watei .. 'lie many provincial gorem*
1 ...ns. which in his opinion
I. . 1.ti. eontra account.
I..11 of Aid. Selous the matter
I .. ovei  11, th.* next masting tho
Iclty being Inst llleled in the mean
1 , .ir����  a  r.-iMirt   on  the  value
|el the wati    .--<, supplied.
��� illcltor   then   detail..I   his
(���Herts dur ng     the     day   to  secure   an
!.-��� ���     nl irom the Allls C'lialtnert. Itul-
I ..'!>   through H. 11. Zavitz But-
Jl*r.irii.ry to ih*. city.    He had not been
I -Mil.
Th<> conference's only practical re-
l.iilt m ilie revelation that Mr. Zavitz
II mil'.illy to concede anything.
land vould concede niithltiK If he had
ll waa resolved on motion of Aid.
J '���' ' and Irving that aa the city
I reports no aatlefactory agree-
1   "���'        'lie   result   of   the   resolution
��� 1   ��� the i:.s! masting of the noun.
|'       *   ri Bolutlon !"��� rescinded.
1 1.  McCulloch waa then naked for
I 11  of   Mr.  zavitz' contention
' 11 thi   breaking away of the draught
Itnbfl \-:i . ,hie 10 ilefertive cntlcrete
I Work     Mr    McCUllOOb   stated   thai   the
jwork, 1..1I1  mixing and  application  ol
Itbe concrete,  was done  under his  per
wnaj   lupetvision,   and   most   carefully
r..iiii.i ii���.  draught   tube     The  gravel
Usui in ilie concrete at  that  point   was
llpeclnllj   selected,   and   .hat    ther,-   WM
ii.. r.n.in   r���r    anything that could ba
I culled a large atone
In reply tn the mayor he staid thai
ini '.ii..  arrived i,... hue for proper in-
' on        lie     could   not   induce  the
'""i|..'my 1.1 take anv precautions ai  all.
-"lit   lhe   elly's  expinse.   111.'   e,,mpati'
charging even tor labor, he had put an
Iron band around and made pn para
''"ns by holts In the ooncreto, for anchoring Ihe tuba in the next aucceed-
'-<> ��� period of low water li*- had contended thai siieh work he done hy the
r"ni|i;inv, inn  thev had persistently re-
1 1   ami.  repudiated    reaponalbiUty
Mi  Mi.'ili. iheir engineer, had declared
ll" Hi" Installation of llle tube was all
fight, nn opinion In which Mr Pfau
���ltd concurred, lie was of the opinion
thai iron fastening! would never hold
lhe draught tube.
Further, he aald, the company had
'���'���' repudiated reanonslbllity when II
��aa clear Hint the drnueht till"- would
n" arrive in time for anohortng aooord-
ing to ciemaaa BeracheTa apaolflca
111 ns Their designs for Installation of
-QBohlnnry were drawn without resard
to the general design of the plant. Their
*slmis did nol. In fuel, arrive until tha
Plant was nearly completed. Then tor
"l" iirst    time    they    repudiated   Mr
'fi.'r flintier discussion the council
enue   from   the  plant  the debenture
.t has be* n i. limed from $ii'.:.. o
M57 besides a lowering of ihe rata
B'i�� rrom J.  iu $1.1-',..   pei   ........ ,.,,.
feet  and  Hie cutting ,,i     price
electricity 60 per c.-nt.    The depart-
nt has  total  assets uf  $183,866.12,
Quebec    Vi.itor    Reports    Settlements
Prosperous and Growing.
Winnipeg, Dec. 5���Rene Dupont, Im-
migratlon representative in Quebec, has
JUHt relumed tram Ihe west where he
had been  visiting the French-Canadian
."'ll. meats. At Saint Albert and Mor-
alnvllle in Alberta the people are de-
lighted with the country. "It is astonishing how contented the people are.''
said Mr. Dupont. "You would think lo
hear them talk that they had reached
some sort of a Paradise.
'1 also visited the Doukhobor settle
ments at Kamsack, where we drove
through live villages. The houses are
lillilt of brick, which the people make
themselves. At Verlgiti ihey have a
line mill in operation. The people are
a line, clean lot and showed us Ilie ill
most kindness. The people In the east
who consider these people a had class
of settlers should have their ideas in
regard  to  them, corrected."
Three Insurance Thieves and Murderers
Condemned to Be Shot at Chihuahua, Mexico.
Ontario Town Reduces Rates and  Stil
Makes   Profit.
Brockvllle'a municipal power
"nld department has just closed
other highly successful year's business
���is shown hy the roporl id Hie town
I'U'iltiiis to the board or oommlaatonera.
roe revenue amounted to 127,854.82
from gas; $18,198.28 from oleolrlcltv*
""'l *r,s.r,0 for discounts, making B tr-
ta' "f $46,311,10, The working expen
��ea were $88,64..65, leaving an actual
Stobb pront [)f $17,606.00. Out or thi"
""- paid debenture Interest. $r,,:s7t; B
['I'l'iililre debt, $0,727.2:1; written off
It'"'depreciation, $8,689.14, nnd law ooata
y:'ii.iii;; leaving n net profit of $1,861.
,'���   The  plant  was  purchased by  the
11'",.atlt,i] reven vents ago al a cost of
* "U.'i'i.   since then an additional $or,..
'��� raised by dehonttireB also, has heen
"Handed in Improvements.   Out of thu
El Paso, Texas, Dee. B.���TJnleas
President Diaz grants an eleventh hour
respite, the three American murderers.
Mason. Ilarle and Richardson, wiil he
shot to deatli al an early hour tomorrow morning In the Mexican prison at
chihuahua. The case has heen in the
Mexican courts live years and has attracted widespread attention on both
sides   of  the   international   hound-fry.
The three Americans were convicted
of murdering two men nt Chihuahua
for life insurance money, Richardson
lieing lhe insurance agent. Mason, his
l.ruther-lnlaw. the assistant agent, and
Ilarle, ihe examining physiciun. They
murdered a man named IJevers, decoy,
ed from KI Paso, and another man.
named Mitchell, said to be a half-brother of Milsoii. The arrests took [.lace
In KI Paso and the men were extradited from here. Ilarle was formerly
and  KI   Paso  physician.
Richardson, whose true name was
liulbert, wa-s the ringleader in the conspiracy. He was a U.,Chester lawyer
who ran awn*' to Mexico Willi seven In-
.lietuiei.i.s over his head for running a
"divorce   mill."     Mason     w-as    another
ltechester lliw.cr who followed 111 111 later Willi the help of Dr. Ilarle they
poisoned their two victims wiih strychnine after having caused them lo he
Insured lu the New York Life Insurance company. Upon their death they
Collected $28 000 on Hie policies.
After the murders the gang, except
Hallo, moved lo Texas. In the fall of
I'i".. while lo iking over some Mexican
policies, the solicitor-general of ihe Insurance company noticed a peculiar
coincidence  in  two  Chihuahua claim.
I'll, claims came through the same
agent, RJchardaon, and were certified
l.v Hi,, same doctor, Ilarle. and in both
eases Dr. Ilarle bad been Hie examining phvsiclnn. The liicn had troth died
after short   illnesses.     One    of    them,
Harry   Mitchell, Insured    for    $15, '.
hud died ou  February  il.    The other,
lames I levers, who was insured ior $!".���
i  died ,,n February 22. Yel the Mitchell claim was present, d in February,
and lhe Hevers claim not until .Inly.
In both cases Hie insured had no oilier
relative than the beneficiary, in ihe
tlrst case Hie beneficiary was Hulbert's
wife; In lhe second case il was William
Mitchell,  who   posed   us     Diver's    half-
Upon Investigation II was shown that
ihe men had died and been burled aa
siiiud. Then the check tor the Devera
claim was returned lo ths New York
bank H was endorsed hy 0. T. Rico
ar.ison. otherwise Hulbert, The other
had   been   previously   paid  to   liulbert s
wife,   the  murdered   Harry   Mitchells
After the gang had removed to Dallas.
Texas a detective named Qray was sent
to thai city nnd Ailed out as B lumber
merchant One day Hulbert spoke n>
Qray'S Utile girl. The men met, became Intimate, and Hulbarl broached a
scheme to cheat the insurance company
oui id $50,000. He said be had the experience. Qray proposed thai they insure his brntlier-ln-lnw ns n beginning.
\ broken down detective named l-Svaii;-,
was imported by Qray as his brother-in-
law He was dying or consumption.
Mason posed as Evans and two repnt-
able phvsli-iaas examined and pronounced  Is 11ii  a good  risk.
The whole crowd. Including Qray, was
arrested within a tow weeks,   a follow-
detective had Plreaily overheard Mason
���mil HulbeM scheming to kill off Cray.
Hv accident. In lha prison In Ibis clly.
Mason  discovered  ISiay's  Hue  Identity
II,. al once went llllo a sham cataleptic 111 lhat lasted two months. During that time he didn't move from his
bed and defied all 111" usual lesls of Ihe
physicians. Al Inst. Ihey mixed Ills
Sally bread with whiskey. He bernnie
drunk, lumped "IT bis cot nnd swore at
everybody  In  sight
Finally, Dr.  Ilarlo,  who was still in
,J/-a uahiia. was induced to come Into
... *-*���. 'led suiies and was arrested, ii.
wits ' "liiough the third degree and
made .' , " 'ession about his connection
with _ -, / orimaa, Tlie proceedings
nga.'        .... .on  and   Rieliai dson  on   the
Dam   plot were dropped,   Tbe were ex-
tradPed to Mexico and tried for murder. Since their conviction Ihey have
carried lhe case to tbe highest courts
of Mexico and have exhausted every
twist und turn known to the law to escape their fate. It now uppcars that
their execution, after the lapse of five
years since the commission of their
crimes, is a certainty.
Will Stand by Japs.
Ottawa. Dec. 5.���Before an audience
of 3,000 persons Tuesday night Sir Wilfrid Laurier made a bitter altack or.
Mr. Borden, leader of the oppoeftlQn,
for his attitude in going about British
Columbia "trying to catch votes" by
favoring tlie restriction of Japanese
immigration. The premier said that.
while China was not, Japan was an
ally of Britain, and if war should
break out. he said. Japanese would be
round fighting side by side wilh British
ships. "So long ns I am head of lhe
governmenl which advises His Excellency the governor general," said Sir
Wilfrid, "that government will never
do anything lo Jeopardize the British
Japaaeaa treaty."
What's in a Name?
Mexico. City. Dec. f,.��� Hereafter the
world will know it is "Mosquito fever"
instead of malaria. Delegates to the
third Internationa] sanitary congress
representing 'be principal countries or
Central and Souih America after a discussion yesterday were almost unanimous in directing that the name of the
disease should be changed so lhat the
pnl.lie might know lhe real cause of the
ills use and work in harmony wilh the
sanitary authorities for its extinction,
as mosquitos are responsible for malaria and It would not exist but for
I hem.
Senator Clark an Optimist.
Salt Lake. I'tah, Dec. 6���ln an Interview last night, former Senator W. A.
Clark of Montana said: "The total reduction ln the output of copper Is so
large thai six months oughl to see the
surplus eliminated entirely. When that
Is done I expect to see copper go hack
to about 10 cenls per pound and that Is
enough. At thai figure consumption is
possible on a large scale and while it
will not permit all Ihe mines lo resume
on the old basis It will still furnish employment for a large proportion of the
men who have been thrown out of employment by the recent slump."
Judge Hartney Dead.
Butte. Dec. 5.���Judge B. W. Hartney.
aged -16, died suddenly lata night of
cerebral hemorrhage. Judge Hartney occupied the district of silver Bow count
ly during the ltcinze-Amalgainatcd Cop
per litigation. It was upon an allegation that Judge Hartney had been unduly Influenced that the Amalgamated
Copper company attorneys obtained a
new trial of the noted Minnie Healy
case. Judge Hartney soon after Charged lhat parties acting in the Interest of
the Amalgamated copper Oo. had offered him a bribe ��r $200,000 it he would
maul  a new nial In Ihe case.
Industrial Conference Postponed.
Chicago. Dec. 5.���The conference of
educators, manufacturers and labor re-
iieseiitailves. which waa to have assembled In this cliy today under the
auspices of the National society for
the promotion of industrial education,
hns been postponed until next month.
i'lie postponement was made to meet
the convenience of many members who
reported that they were too occupied
with the present commercial situation
to attend conventions before the first
of  the  year
Federal Investigation.
Pittsburg. Dee, !",.���The federal government is making an Investigation of
lhe disaster al the Naomi mine of Ihe
United Milling coal Company, at Fayette,   SS5  miles   south   of here,   where a
tcrifflc explosion ��f fire damp occurred
Sunday night causing Ihe death of n
targe number of miners. More bodies
were reported taken from Ihe mine last
night, making u total or seven for the
National Bank Closed.
Knnsns City. Dee. 6.���The National
Bank of Kansas City failed to open Its
doois this morning and II Is In the hands
or a national bunk examiner. The hank
Is one oT the largest financial Institutions In the clly. The following nollce
was posted OP the door of the bank:
"This hank has been closed by order of
the board of directors. It Is ln the
bunds ol James T. Bradley, National
Bank examiner, by order of Ihe comptroller of the currency."
Swedish Cabinet Crisis.
Stockholm. Dec. 6.���M. .lulilin. v>ho
yesterday resigned the ottos of minister of interior on account of dissensions
in the cabinet. hns been appointed postmaster general.
Japanese ^migration Will
Be Limited
Conferences inTokio���Chinese Prince
Pulin Returning Fushimi's Visit
���Cordial Recepti-m.
Toklo, Dec. 5.���Rodolphc Lemieux,
the Canandian minister of labor held
a lengthy conference today with Viscount Hayashi, minister of foreign af.
fairs, at the foreign office, and received verbal assurances of the limitation
of Japanese immigration, and that he
will be given later fuller details of
plans   on   foot   for Its control.
Toklo. Dec. 5.���Prince Pulin, a spec-
lal envoy of China in returning the recent visit of Prince Fushimi of Japan
to that country, arrived here this morning. He w-as welcomed at the depot
by Prince Fushimi, representatives of
ihe Imperial household, cabinet ministers, lhe Chinese minister and hundreds
of Chinese students amid much enthusiasm. He was driven to the Chiba Palace where he will be entertained during his visit, which will last a week.
Many functions have been arranged In
his honor.
Representatives of American Boards of
Trade  Conferring With   Secretary   Straus.
Washington. D. C��� Dec. 5.���At the
iuvitatiuQ of Secretary Straus, of the
department of Commerce and .Labor,
representatives of the chambers of commerce and boards of trade of twenty or
the leading cities of the United States
assembled in conference here today to
discuss ways and means for promoting
the country's foreign commerce. The
meeting is the first of a series of similar conferences planned by Secretary
Straus. The chief purpose is to establish closer relations between the commercial bodies of the country and the
department of Commerce and Labor.
So many cities are interested in the
movement for the extension of American commerce abroad that it was
found impossible to accomodate delegates from all at one conference. Those
Invited to pariicipate in the present
conference included the commercial or-
lrtinizations of Chicago, Philadelphia.
Cinci nnati. New York, Atlanta, New
Orleans, Host on. Minneapolis, St. Paul.
Pittsburg. Galveston. Richmond. Seattle. Milwaukee, Portland tOre.,, and
Charleston (S. C.)
The idea of these conferences is to
crystallize the work of extending the
United States' foreign commerce in
manufactures, and they will be held
during the winter for the effect their
action Is expected to have on Congress.
Although the work of extending foreign commerce has been largely increased during the past few years, especially since the organization of the
department of Commerce and Labor,
and of the llureau of Manufactures, at
the same time the United States is far
behind other countries in its study of
commercial conditions, and its efforts
to push the sale of Its manufactured
products. Secretary Straus will tell
the conference of the results already
achieved by his department and will
ask the views of the commercial representatives on the further development
of practical plans for rendering the department of greater service to the commercial interests of the country.
V. V. and E. Company Apply to Railway
Commission���Canada    From
Ocean   to Ocean.
Ottawa, Dec. B.���The railway commission yesterday was occupied hoarin.7
the application of the Vancouver-Victoria and Kastern Hallway and Navigation company for authority to acquire
additional lands required near New
Toronto. Dec. 5.���A plesbsolte Is being taken among the Grand Trunk telegraphers asking them If all will stand
together nnd if necessary strike for a
thirty per cent, increase in wares nnd
an eight hour day to begin March 1.
Ottawa.   Dec.   5.���An   interesting  op-
1 eration    was    performed at St. Luke's
hospital yesterday when eight employees of -the Canadian Pacific and Grand
Trunk railways each had a strip of
cuticle cut from his arm, eight Inches
long, to he grafted. Engineer Herbert
Reynolds was seriously injured ln a
wreck a few days ago. The grafting
process was the only hope of saving his
leg. and the operation, though painful,
was   entirely   successful.
Fort William. Dec. 5.���The season of
navigation for this port, so far as C. P.
R. steamers are concerned, closed when
the flagship Manitoba sailed for Owen
Sound with a full cargo of merchandise
and passengers. When the hig boat left
she was saluted by elevator whistles
and  boats in the harbor.
Hartney, Dec. 5.���A very serious accident happened here last night when
John Watson, farmer, of UnderhiU. was
instantly killed by being thrown out. of
his wagon while his horses were-running away. It is supposed that he was
killed by Rtriklng his head on the hub-j
of the wagon wheel. M
well known and is about
ead nn the hubi
Mr. Watson 1st
mt   40  years off
Toronto. Dec. 5.���Three more cases
of smallpox are reoorted by Dr. Shep-
ard, medical health officer. Three
children were removed from a house on
Manning avenue.
Toronto, Dec. 5.���The liabilities of
the Atlantic Soap company are $2,000.
Strathroy, Dec. 5.���Mrs. Mary Feath-
erstone, the oldest resident of Adelaide
township, and believed to be 110 years
old, died yesterday.
Coatlcook. P. Q.. Dec. f>.���Henry
Levell. M. P.. died last night, aged 70
Winnipeg, Dec. r��.���Stanley Rurton.
clerk in the Rank of Montreal, commit
ted suicide this morning In an empty
house near the overhead bridge. He
had suffered from an affection of the
ear which drove him temoorarlly insane.     The  bank's   books   are   straight.
Manufacturers Want Business Man Appointed���Laurier's Reply.
Ottawa. Dec. 5.���A deputation of the
Canadian Manufacturers' Association
waited on Laurier, Graham and Pugsley
this morning asking for an increase in
the personnel of the railway commission. They praised the good work of
the commission already done and expressed the hope that the government
would find room for a good practical
business man on the enlarged board.
Laurier replied that the government is
already proceeding along the lines suggested, but he was not In a position to
say who the new members of the commission would be.
Proposal  That  Four  Nations Celebrate
Discovery of Lake Champlain.-,
Washington. Dec. 5.���President Roosevelt today received representative Porter of Vermont who introduced L. M.
Hays and W. Crockett of that state,
members of the New York and Vermont joint commission appointed to arrange a celebration of the 800th anniversary oT the discovery of Lake Cham-
plain. President expressed his interest
in the project. The celebration is to
take place from July 4 to 10, 1900, and
will be participated in not only by the
United States but by Canada, Britain
and France, should the nations respond
to the invitations which are being extended. A modest appropriation is to
he asked of congress to be used in entertaining the foreign guests to the celebration. The date of the celebration
has been put back one year so that it
may take place in conjunction with the
celebration at Quebec.
Supreme Court Sittings.
The non-jury civil sittings of the
supreme court opened this morning at
11 o'clock, Mr. Justice Martin presiding.
The day has been taken up with the
case of Huggard against the North
American Land and Lumber company,
aa action for damages for personal injuries. S. S. Taylor, K. C, and W. U.
Hobs. K. C, appear for the plaintiff, and
W. A. Macdonald. K. C. and L. P. Eckstein  for the  plaintiff
King Oscars Illness.
Stockholm, Dec. 6.���The following
bulletin concerning King Oscar was issued today: "The trouble of yesterday
caused His Majesty continuous pain
which the doctors sought to alleviate
hy local treatment. His Majesty's rest
was not satisfactory, his temperature
is normal.
Gale in the Channel.
Rrost. Dec. 5.���The British battleship
Renown, wllh the king and queen of
Spain and their Infant son nn board, re-
turning from a visit to England, was
forced to put In here today on account
of the heavy gale blowing in the channel. Their Majesties will begin their
overland journey  from this point.
Police Force Changes.
ExSargeant Wheeler with his family
left this morning for the lloumlary. W.
A. Harding has heen appointed temporarily as policeman and did duty last
Discount Rate Still High.
The rate of discount of th"  Rank of
Et.gland remained unchanged today at
7 per cent.
E. Mallandalne   came  in ' from
Kootenay last night.
P. 9. Couldrey, of Rossland, arrivjd
in the city last night
H. Gfegerich, of Kaslo, came down
last night and is at the Hume.
Mr. and Mrs. James Tarry, of River-
view, came in to the city at noon.
Mr. Justice Martin arrived from the
capital last night and is at the Strathcona.
F. W. Guernsey, ore buyer for tho
Trail smelter, arrived in the city last
P. H. Rurnham, G. N. R. general
freight agent in Kootenay, was at the
Hume last night.
/ Ford Acquitted.
San Francisco, Dec. 5.���Tierey L.
Ford, general counsel oi" the United
Railways, was last night acquitted of
the charge of having bribed former Supervisor Jennings Phlllpots to vote for
an overhead trolley franchise. This
was Ford's second trial; in the first
trial the jury disagreed. T he Ford case
was the third one in the series of graft
prosecutions. In the other two cases,
those of former Mayor Schmidt and
Louis Glass, vice president of the Pacific States Telephones and Telegraph
company,  convictions  resulted.
Ontario   Bank's   Suit    Against   Former
Directors   Charges   Negligence
and Mismanagement.
Toronto, Dec. 5.���The suspension of
the Ontario Dank lust year was due, according to a statement of claim in the
suit of the Ontario liank agatnst former
directors to "mismanagement and negligence." The defendants are Messrs. G.
R. Cocklmm. Donald MacKay, R. D.
Perry, Hon. Richard Harcourt, R.
Glass, Thomas Walmsley, and John
It is also claimed that the directors
at the time of sust*ension represented
to the shareholders that the plaintiffs
had a great amount over and above
the capital of $700,000, and a sum of
liS6.881.62 to the credit of the profit and
loss account. Mismanagement of tbe
stock and property and assets of the
bank were committed by the defendants
and they  were remunerated.
It Is pointed out In tbe statement of
claim that as President Cockburn received $4,000 a year and Vice President
MacKay $1,000 they did not take care
to preserve the funds and assets of the
bank or prevent payment of dividends
to shareholders out of the capital of the
bunk. Dividends alleged to have been
improperly paid, amount to over $444,-
000 extending from 1901 to 1906.
Troops for Goldfleld.
San Francisco. Dec. 5.���Hrlgadier General Puston said last night that he was
in receipt of a confidential report from
Goldfleld on the situation there. Everything was in readiness to forward troops
without delay, if troops were sent there
woul probably be one thousand including the twentieth and twenty-first infantry regiments.
Position Improved.
London, Dec. 5.���The weekly statement of the Hank of England shows the
following changes: Total reserve increased, C124.000; circulation increased. J_:,90,000; bullion increased tSUS.-
912; other securities decreased, ��13��V
000; other deposits Increased. ��286,-
000; public deposits, ��2,2S1S.OOO; notes
reserve increased, ��47,000, government
securities unchanged. The proportion
of the bank's reserve to liabilities ibis
week Is 44.1.12 per cent, compared with
42.83 per cent
Government Restored by
Clerical   and   Socialist   Opposition
Greet Announcement With
Derision and Disorder.
Berlin, Dec. 5.���That cabinet crisis
has been allayed as suddenly as It broke
out. Upon the opening of the session
of the house today the floor leaders of
the "Moc" party declared their readiness to continue to support the coalition
regime of Prince Von Buelow. The
clericals and the Socialists greeted
these declarations with derisive laughter and hooting. The house then degenerated into a Bcene of confusion.
Herr Bebel, the Socialist leader. Anally
secured the floor to complain that an
accidental majority was assuming the
right to arrange behind closed doors
who should speak In the relchstag.
When Herr Bebel had finished the
leaders of the "Bloc" moved the closure
which carried amid the greatest confusion. Tbe bouse then took up tbe
third reading of the modus Vivendi with
Great Britain. The disorder was so
great that an adjournment until tomorrow was finally taken.
Miners Killed and Injured in North Ontario Camps.
Cobalt, Dec. 5.���Phillip Roy. who was
Injured at Cobalt l.ake on Thursday
night, died Saturday about noon.
P. M. Mallory, employed with Davis
Silver Mining company, came from
'Englehart Saturday and brought some
details of a serious blasting accident,
which happened Friday at Bells Cut,
about four miles north of Boston station.
Three Italians engaged on rock work
there were thawing dynamite when it
exploded killing one man Instantly and
fatally injuring another, the third was
also badly injured, but Is able to walk.
last week.
Centenarian Dead.
Rome. N. Y., Dec. 5.���Jobn Spavin,
possibly the oldest man In the stale,
died at his home ln Vernon this morning In his 105 year. He wns born in
Kngiand 104 years ago last October, and
hud lived in Vernon since he was a
young man.
Death by Fire in New York.
New York, Dec. 5.���A woman was
killed and seven firemen overcome as
the result of two fires today. Mrs.
Annie Llnahan, aged 76, was burned to
death in a blaze in a live story brick
tenement In east 17th street. Three
oth**rs were rescued from windows and
lire escapes. Illuminating gas nearly
proved the death of seven firemen who
were fighting a blaze in a Btore and
olllce building ln Williams street.
Glad Taft is Gone.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 5.���William H.
Taft, the United States secretary ot
war, and the members of bis party, left
here at noon today for Berlin. A number of Russian officers and functionaries
and the staff or the American embassy
saw the visitors off at the railroad station. The Russian authorities are relieved that the secretary's visit haa
passed off without any untoward Incident. A request of a group of students
of the university to send a deputation
to welcome Secretary Tuft upon his arrival was denied by the authorities aa
it was feared that this deputation was
merely a cover for a revolutionary demonstration. The secret police constantly guarded the corridors of the
hotel where the Tuft party stopped in
order to prevent their being molested
by anarchists or cranks.
Beating Eastward Record.
Queenstown, Dec. 5.���The Cunarder
Mauretania, which left New York on tho
afternoon of Nov. S*,0 on her maiden trip
eastward, was 224 miles west of Fast-
net at half past five this morning. It Is
expected that she will reach Queens-
town at six o'clock this evening, ln
which event she will establish an eastward record.
British Criticism.
London. Dec. 6.���ProteBsor Hewlns.
secretary af the Tariff reform league,
circulates In the press an analysis of
the new Franco-Canadian treaty. He
p.tints ont that Canada ln a number of
instances has gone below the Intermediate tariff and sometimes below tbe
British rates, altogether materially reducing the preference. He criticized the
warehousing and transhipment clauses
and emphasizes how an extension ot
trcntles to other countries must subject
Hritish trade In Canada to far more
strenuous competition ln the absence of
a British  reciprocal  agreement.
Merger in Japan.
Toklo, Dec. 6.���At a convention of
the Immigration companies beld today
it was resolved to consolidate into one
large company. M'n'ster Hayashi told
the convention tbat s.eps must be taken
fully to regulate Immigration and a committee was apnnint'.d to confer with
Minister Hayashi.
Form of Celebration.
Moscow, Dec. 5.���On account of the
beginning in St. Petersburg of the trial
of certain Socialist, members of the second Duma, the workmen and stiulenis
of this city have declared a strike for
one day.
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Clothing,    Gents'   Furnishings
and Boots and Shoes
Is beginning to arrive.
In about another week we will lie able to offer full lines
in these goods, and can promise you the best value ever offered iu the city.
In the meantime it will pay you to await their   arrival
before making your purchase.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
Capital Authorized   $10,000,00.    Capital Paid Up         $4,860,000
Rest **voou.uou
D. B. WILK1E. President.
HON. ROBERT JAJFFRAY, Vloe-*-re��_nt
Branches in British Colombia:
ARROWHEAD        OOLDtN.       M-L.-..N.      REVLLSTOKE,       CRANBROOK,
"*"*-"' VANOOUVti..    VICTORIA.
Interest  allowed on  deposits  from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
<J.   IVI.    L.A.Y,   Alanajjer.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporatid   A.   D.  18C9.
 $3,900,000     Reserve Fund $4,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of  Banking  Business.
savings Bank Department, and
interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Publ_he*l six Omjl a WOO* Of tne
Baker ri...  Nelson. B  C
Bnoecrli��tlon rale*-, bo C-.UU a month delivered
in tbe cut. or ��5.-jv a year If sent by mall, when
palfJ ln advance.
Advertising raws on app!.ration.
AH   m.j-let   paid   in   fletUemeui   ol   Tbe Dully
Canadian  aoooan ���*��, elthei       I  -   '���*      pttoni
adrerilfing, muti Im��� ������   - ' "U the printed
form*, ol   tne Company    u.hr. raoelpta are not
Thursday.   December  5,   1907.
Our QOBiBBtpoTSXy  informs    as  in    B
dignified h- *���
trade baian*.
pient minister, ul agriculture, Mi
tr. who clinches his proof \\ 11
found  remark that trade balancei   can
no:   be  any   proof  of  national   gain
cause there  .-**  inch a balance in  i:
sia's   favor.
Such a statement may not  be di.-h.ni
eal      11  Li  Quite  conceivable  thai
minister ihou_bi he was making B UQi
remark.    Our  contemporary  may  think
so too, but   tu vt I thi  ��� - -  tl   !-  thi
foolish rtatemeni thai hai ht ��� ��� n p
ed i "in Ottawa tor man]  . ���
It  is  true  thai   B mon
than she Imports.   Tl..-. proceed    Di hi
export trade go to pay ttu   taxi -   Wbicl
are even heai ter thi re than tn i
Consequent] 3. the people navi   no i
to make  purchase!  etther at   home  o
it is also true though evidently un
known to either Mr. Wsher or on
temporary, that the balance oi tn
usually against '.rem Britain. The rea
son tor thai is that British capital own.
so much dividend-paying property h
other parts of the world thai the annua
profits or tnteresl on foreign Invesl
mentis permit an enormous margin o
imports without1 .my redud ton of thi
Canada is not in like case with R.US
sla. All the returns of our expoii trad'
are not sized by the government. The)
remain at the disposal of the peoph
Neither   do   Canadians   own    any   grea
amount of foreign securities.   The am
ount of Canadian capital Invested out
side the Dominion Is insignificant li
its  effect   on   the   trade  returns.
Canada is Hb the position of moi
countries, Greal Britain being at out
���extreme  and  Hussia at the Other.
ln international  trade  that countryY
position is best which produces th*-largest proportion of Its own requirements
and has the most to export to other
lands. The result is either an accum-
olation of gold or an Increasing com
mand over the wealth uf other lands.
Th( people who import more than tfcsj
export must pay the margin either oul
of pasl accumulations or bj Incurring
future liability. Canada has no past
accumulations, neither have onr peopli
rund oi revenue due from foreign
tmenl agalnsl which we can im
port goods. On the contrary an unduly large proportion of ottr productivi
wealth is owned by Hritish. French and
American capital
Canada   is  still  a  young  country.     It
is  already   so   well  known   that   its  uV-
vt opment  will nol  be allowed to wall
Until   ttl   own   people   have   saved   th'
capita] necessary foi the purpose.   Thi
Foreign Investors will draw out their In
as early as it is available.    Can
��� insl pay for that by increased pro
��� for export.    If we   cannot  pay
as   we   go   outsiders   must    control   an
ever  ticreaslng proportion of our nation
ul wealth.
Bo .ai ther.* ims been no ground foi
alarm. The country is new. Its growth.
though fairly rapid, has not on th.
whole been unhealthy. The nations re
sources axe unlimited. Hut we must
��� - ignta   ���>��� ono   that either by extra
CAPITAL,   $25,000.00   in   25 000   shares
of $10.00 each.
MANAGER, Orotler W. Bourke.
OFFICE, No. ::ss_ Baker St. (Croasdal!..
4. Co.)
SEE Hn. cement blocks disjilaycd in the
Standard   Furniture   Co.'s   window.
APPLICATIONS for  stock are  Invited.
PARTICULARS and forms of Applloatlon may be obtained at the Company's office, or from H. A. Stewart,
Solicitor, Nelaon, 13. C.
Many new and attractive designs tn
Hair Ornaments, the m w Engagement
Bracelets io different prices. All kinds
Of Neck chains. Brooches. Scarf I'ins.
Handsome Kings, etc. And a oompiete
collection of all the newest designs in
v.icanc. of Incompetence we are surrendering control of a Surge part of our
wealth in return for foreign, capital. The
man who laughs at trade balances and
offers Buch Impertinent nonsense In re*
pll ac Mi. Fisher lias dona, betraya
either a wast of randour or a waul of
There will t��e genersl agro-men! thai
the city has already conceded far too
much to the AlliK-Chaliiiers-Hullo.-k
Company, and the last position taken
by the council will be unanimously approved���thai its io refuse to be a [.any
to any further tinkering wVh the plant.
but to call upon the company to complete its contract, already two years
overdue. The altitude adopted by tbe
company's many successive representatives Indicates an Indifference to repata
tlon Tor cMher compelenee or good
talth. ���   -
For Sale
The  Furniture of a    4-room    Cottage.
Furniture   all   .new.     Also     unexpired
lease for 11  month*.    Arply by tetter tc
D.  Daily Canadian.
Notlco Is hereby given that at the
next meeting of the Hoard of Lie. ns,
Commissioners for Ihe District of Ymir
to be held after the expiration of thirty
days. 1 intend to apply for a transfer of
the License for the (Jrove Hotel from
myself to William Gosnell.
Ernest G. Borden,
By his attorney.  Wm. Gosnell.
Dated thiB 12th day of November.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
"Bin Hope Frs.ll.in" Mlm-rsl I'lftlm. aliusu-
Id ilit- Trout I-sk.- Mlniup l.lvlslon. ot W-a.
Ku >l*nay Itlatrlrt. Um-sU-iI on I'oplar free.,
'lake Iiotl,.,.- that I, ..'. I'sdl-)' Free Miner.
Certificate No. Htsi'sV., Intel,0 WI ilsys from the
date here,,! to BIi|.ly to the Mlultlfc* Keoor...T lor
s r.riltw.ate Ol 1 ui proven,,.:, ts for tlie purpose ol
ol.tKiijIijK s crow ll Oram ol the shove Claim
An.l lurthei take Unlit,- thst notion umler
KectiMii 117, inn.i be ei.m.neh.-e.l l-efore the
isstitmee of SUCtl C'rllll.'st- of Improvements.
Nelson Land Plutriet.   Dliitrlct (if West Koo'euay
Take notlcu lhat Holomon   Wl.kin.uju, of Set-
���uu, b  O., occupation L-tuabenimn. mtondi to
apply fort   BpOOlAl timber   licence  over  tiie loi
Lowing doaonbeo. landa:
1. Comineu'liiK hi a punt plan'e'i on tlie north
bunk ot Suiniiiii onet about two nud u hah
mile" from Im ii.mith, InSUM north 40 i-tialnh,
(hemes SUt IBB eh_L���i, thenee aouth -10 ehulni.,
ttii'iie-* ifi'��t IWl chalua.
Dated -!''th Konsbv, 1W7.
2. f 'oiiinii'iii'lun nt u pont planted ou ao un
liMini'ii creek which (low** iulo Summit ereek
from tlif i-oui Ij i ��� )���- point about two aud a half
ml leu ������hhI frutii tbe north fork ��. Summit ttl .9
mild n��st tu'ltiK plaotd about three t'liarterfl mile
tipHiii-h uniianiu'l ereek and about CrUU feet to
th��-eaat thereof, thenee earn 40 ehuitiH, thi'iK't
mmiUi UO 'halnc, utsnoi weat 40 chalna, thenet-
uortti lfiti chalni..
Jjaled lt>.li November,-W.7.
8. t'omineii'i'ii- at a ���������.* ' i :i.t,t. I on an unnamed ereek whleh Ilowi Into B.immit creek
rrom the nouth nt a point nlout two amla hail
inlicr- . i nt from the north fora of Siimuilt creek
ata polut about three i-uarier* uille up mieh
creek and about 000 lut-t to the eaat i hereof,
tlieiice aouth ICo chnlim, thence went 40 chain*,,
th-uce north l��t) chalUH. th'-tiee eaat 40 ehalun.
Dautd l��th November, 16i7.
4. i -.iu;i.. I.- n.i; ..' a pout filanted on the north
emit aide ol the north fork uf Hummit Dfoek
ulioiit four ni! * - - from the junction of the uorth
lork vt ii b tlit) main Hummit cree*. the net- nouth
80 ehaina. UMBOS weft tv chain--, thence north 80
chain--, t):   ���������'���>��� ��� ���*-.���' V> ehaini.
Dated l-lh, Novmber. !���' T
-��� iLOSOS  Wn j.lt'tow,
by '.aokoB YorKo, Agoat
NeUon Laud DtatrlCt. IMctriel of Went COOMAST
Take uotice that fharlep <*. Keeder, of Spokane, in the HUlt* "f Waahltiirton. (' B. A lln
ant'lal agent. Intend! to apt*)) lor a -special tic,.
)>t licence over the foi low nit ���:��� icrrlbM landn.
ri)   Cnmci��iciii(* al a pojj    t-lauted aba
!��� *t eaat of   the vt .at   for*   ofMisMou   creek, one
.If mile  north of the  inu-n-auouat   boundary
..:;<*.   about   ten  milea eaat of   Kykerta.   B   (j
thenoi. muth ti ebftlna,   to  the intarnatlona]
bouudary line, tt,. ic ���* wei*t 00 ehaiun. Ih-ii--
north 40 chaiai, UtaOOfl eafct H-j chatne to the
point of ooumeTU'etiit-nt, ahd coutaliiliji- 840
acrea. more nr |M>.
Located the IXnd i rCtObOT. A 1��., 1��>7.
t'lUKLKK 'i.  Kr.Et'KR.
*2j Commencln**- at a oopi aboul hall anile
iiiH of the weal (nrk ol MUtsbiU creek, ��ln>ut ooa
ami a haif mil'*P north ol the international
bomn-Ittry Hn*-. about ten mllea unit of Kvaerta,
B (' . thence went ttb eh���IM, ttietiee i.ortli BO
chain*, thence e��stbj -.haina, thenrc mouth b"
cbaina to the point of cominencement, and con
tainlUK 6*' lortl, more or Una.
Loc��l*ii the 22St3  day .��f October, A  I>    1907.
(H4RLK- S    Hzr.ur.R
TO l-otnmeui'inir al ��� pont on the lutt-ruallon
al boundary line oOt miie imm ol tba out fork of
Mi��.,ui ert-'-k ab***il Is milea ��������*���' of Bjkom
B C . tbenci eaal 1" ehaina, thence north l*sJ0
obaiun,   lJten'T N' chain*-  went,   th-'in-e-10 ebalnj
houih, theioTL tit ciiain*- *��>-i   tbeQc-s ho ebatm
aouth   lo the point -f eouins. ucenieut and  containing 840 u'T'e.  more i r leag.
-Located tbe .'"id day of October. A.D . 1807.
..-iis.  ���*.   <J    ;    .  :. .
We    Will    Continue    out   Special
Sale  Until   Saturday Night   Next.
All Ladiea* Cashmere and Alpacca
Shirt Waists, re-gular prices from $2.50
to  $5.00,   your choice  $1.50.
All Children's Winter Coats, worth
from $4.50 to  $9.00. your choice $3.00.
Special lot of odds and ends. Bargains
in Dress Doods, Silks Flannelettes and
Ladies'   and   Children's   Woolen   Under-
Neinou Land Ui-_trlct     Dtatriol of Weat Kooteuay.
Taae noiiie that 1. W   A    Hudson,   of **pokaite,
���������'���li ���  occupation timber .ruiaer. Intend toap
Hy fnr a ipecisl timber Ueooos  over the fi .  �����
im: d*_enb****d Laodi      Cotnmanel���f at a i-ohi
planted on the north hank of -'iinmlt ereei. nnd
marked W.   A    lii.-laoti'M   8.   W.  corner,   i;
uortb 4S obalna, then.*- east LSOoh���ins, tbence
aoulh 40 chainn.   tbeuce   weal   1-*'chalna    to tbfl
point of oommonoemont, oontafnlni 640 sorts,
more or le-*-
Dated Nov. 2, 1907. W   A. Hi DOOM,
Ltaisoc i.and I'lJ-trict.  lnmrict of Weal Kootensy
Take   OOtlOfl   thnt W    A. IISOSO-,   frf   SpOkaDe,
Wnnh.. ooonpatlon tlinber ornlser, li t-mda I   ap
ply (Oi b id- i s>t  timbei lloanos orei tba  tolloi
mi! d.-ncrlbe.) land-: i ommeuciin; at a ]".-i
planied on tba aoDtb   bank of lhe   north   for I. oi
'orn I  re. I    U ���  ;,; .   | ..,.,,  4-.  (-|i-,|i,.,   U1(.l|ir   WOkXt
ISOobains, tbenca nortb M chainf   ihence want
160 chains Ii- '!..     pi-Hit    nf    c-omllle!lceiiie;i t. ' on
talnii.ir ft|n acres, mor.. or leaa.
Listed Nov    ithtlSUI W. A    HVOtoO.
N*ls.,n Lan���! Dlatriot   H.airlctoi W,.m KoOM-SJ
Take notice that w a Hu'i-on, ol Bpokane,
Wai-h., oecnpatlon timber ornlser, inienda to ap
ply lor a ID lirni-er h'-touce   over   tbe follow
iiik described laud*; ���ommtufirsK at a post
pi Anted on the east aide - f ihejaouth fork of the
north fork ol ' orn creek, tbenoosontb N ihalns,
thenoe west-a chains, tbenao norih nci '-hsiua.
Ibonoa Bast a obalm to iho j��>int ol oommanoa
ment, cfiniainin*- 0*" acres, more or !���   -
Dated N in   Stb, UOT. W. A. Hiiimiv,
Nelnon Lan-1 DISUlOt.   Dinlrl'-t of We-i Kootl Oftf.
Take notice itiat W.a. Hudaon, of Bpokah*,
W aah., OOCUDStloo timber cruiser, I_ t- i dl Ul apply for a *���[..( ih' Umber licence over the follow-
log 'l.-MTii. i litndn: i ommeueinK al a jm.m
planieti about :�����> feet north of the nor'.ti
lork of Corn onek. thenee nouth Ho ehaina.
tbenci wesl KI -hsina, thenc no id mo
chain*., tbence 'ant no i-hslns to tho pom: of
eoniiiieieeii,.|jt, con lain lug MO sere**, more or
Uale.l Nov, Ml), ]��n. W. A. HOMOS
Nelnon Liu.d Pin rbt Jl dntrlct fif W��0t Ko,.i* imy
Tnke notice that \V, A. HudMiii. of BpO-tno-
Waab., OOCUpstlon Umtn-r <*ruia��r. Intcndu |o up
B|] for .i BD-tclaJ umber IP S-S8 0T�� tbi lollOa
liitf d-f-.erlii.il lands: (-ommenclUK "*-t a pool
planted aboul 503 feel north ol the north fork ol
com r-reek tbenoa nortb u,i chmna cbonoo ireol
00 chains, thenoe souib ni ehaina, l_��soa aasl H
obalna to tbe point oi coiumenneiuent eoutain
i*nx 840 acres, mors or lenn.
I��nt. (J N,,v   9tb, 1907. W. A. BVUm H
Neinou Land District, Dinirict of Weat Kootenay
Tabs none,, that  w.a.  Bodsou, of Hpokane.
Wanh . OOCUpstlon timber cruiser, lutenda to mi>
ply lor ti -iiH-cliil timber licence over lln: follow
hit* d.-Mi i bed landn: < otnmeticliiK at a poll
planted *,:... n .'-tin feet north of the north lork of
Corn creek, tbenoa nonth no ehaina, tbenoa eaei
BO chains, tbanoa norm HO chains, thenee went 8u
ebalnn tn the point ol (���omiueueemeut, contain*
loi* MO SOreS, ii.ore di leas.
Dated Kov.flth, 1U07. W. A. IU'Lhon.
Nelnon Land I'lKtrlct.   District Oi Went Kootenay
'Luke DOtloe that W. A. Hudaon, of Spokane,
Wanh., ooonpatlon timber rrulser, Intend*- to apply lor a npei'iai timber licence ovrr the following dsscrlm*-d landa: rommenciiiK at a post
planted about 300 laai north of the north fork of
Corn oreek, tban***a aontb mo ehaina. theuce weat
so ohalns, lbeuoe north wi chain*, tbanoa east no
chain*, to the polut of commencement, oontatn-.
Ink f>40 aoraa- more or lens.
Dated Ifor. tilh, VW,. \V. A. HObfOsH,
Nelhon Laud DiHtrict.   Diatrict ol West Koolenay
Take notice that W A. Hudaon. ol Kpnkane,
Wahli., oecnpaLlon timber crulaer, luteii'In to a p.
ply ior ii Hp--clal timbei UOSBQS "ver lhe tollow*
iti���; das* rlbed landn: CommcncliiK at a post
planied about-KM feet north of the uorth fot k of
Corn oreek, thenee south M chalna, them-c ,,HHt
ho obalna, thenee nort.: 80 chains, theuce wem mi
chalna io th'- point of <*ommt-ncemeut. contaiu-
HiL' ..-*o acren, more or lena.
Imied No\    dth, 1UU7 W   A.Hl.bno**.
tfalson Land DlatrlOt.   District of Weat Koolenay
Take nollee lhat W. A, Hudaon, of Hnokane,
Wanh.  oOonpaUOB Mmber cruiser, lutenda tO ap*
ply tor a apeclal timber llooasa over the foilowing described landn: Commencing at a bonl
planied on the aoulh bank uf the laaln Corn
creek mid adjotnlns timber licence No. W29,
tbenoa aouth 40chslnn, tbence weat 160 chains,
tbeuce north 40 chains, ihence cast 100 chains to
Vou can buy a io-acrc Fruit Raiuli   in   the bc-st   trnit-gTOwiag district
in British  Columbia by paying   $io down and $io per   month.
Even as an investment this is worth consideration.
Fruit Land has trebled iu value within ou year.  What will it do next year
ward sTwi-i:r, ini_l��o;n
be **o'nt of   oomsa nsmsstt*   oontslnlns  m
. !-���-. mora or less.
DaU   .  '.ov. 7th, laoT. W. a. Hri-io*-.
N .'ire in Hereby invt-u mat -no l��v. alter dale 1
Intend to apply to tb* Bon. Chlei Cnmmlaalone]
of Linda snd -*'orka tot pennlaeioo topnnhase
t ,-��� followim* described lands, situated Is Weal
tfootenay distrioi    i -omnies**1f?s at ���*. i*"nt niark
���     name  si   inula,   pont  of   tha   Booth   i    rk
i rani h, one hundred (eel  from tba jnnetlon of
boat creek with Ihe aontb fork, tbenoi DD*-
q\    rter mile to tbe northwest enrner poat.tbenoa
oi e mile ��'��� the northeaal -osroar post. then**.
o  ���   1'iarbr mile xo the sotttbeaatoornei
t    hoi e OH.   mile tO tlie p %Ot   Ot DOWnnem-.-Ui* .i  .
june-T, 1901 Located by w��   Cotijn
;-. l-oji I iii.l  ld**'fli".   District of W. ������ KiiiHiim*
Tske uotlct* that H   Williams, OCenpatlOO  ran
cber; H B. Us-4uua,oecnpatlon alectrii tan; and
B  B. F   Bmytb, ooenpatton  tumb-'rmaii:  all  of
Hroctei  B i     intend   loappiv foraspada
i er lleenoa Mar tba follow in**   dasciit>ed   '������   i
Gommenrtng   ata poat sb-'Ut three mil- s esst ol
WilsonCreak oo ion lb sborooj Kuob m ..
thenee .... ,'ii **���! obalna   tbi i oa ��� >���-��� ���*������      . .   ���
tbenoenortb no ���-haitm. theu.e  arsats enalna to
point of commencement, coulalniui* *.4o  aoraa,
more or leas.
Heptembars���ith, 1V��U7. H. William**,
k. _, Barnsos,
K   B. I'  r-ai.TH
Nelaon Land Dlatm I.   I>mtricl of WSOl Kootenay.
Take   notice   that  1. John   Jaine*.   I atm-r mi,  ol
Fernie, B. c, oooupatlps   potttraotor, intend to
spply lot s npee.al limber Ittoaaa ov.-f the foi
lowing deaerlle-d  landa:
No. T Comtneneiiju MI a j">*-t planted about
three milea Irom the went loop of m. H C.
southern Uy . ou Carroll ereek, and adjoining
A. J   M    ri. W   corner pOOt   No    1   Olalm,   'uhtk   d
"J.J.C. n   ��    oornar   pott,**  Lbsnoi   aaat   ��o
obalna ihence souin wicbaim-, than re ����������� N
ohai���a. tbenoa norih BO chalna to the plaoa oJ
oum_lenoement oontalslns BSD aoraa, more or
Dated Ootober yftth, H��7.
No. 2. G .iiiiiicneitiK at �� poat planted about
two and a half miles from the ireatloop of tba
*. < Southern Ity on �� small stream ��� mptylng
into carroii Creek and marked ���' j 0 H fir,
oorner post," tbanoa anom nu obalna, Lhenoe
eaat80enalna- Lnenoe north BO chum-, thenoa
mat 90obalna to tbo point ot oommancemaait,
containliiK 040 acren, noire or leaa.
Dated Ootober ittth, IWl.
No B. ('oiiimeiic)ng at a pf>at planied aboul
one ball mile from the went loop of the 11 C.
Houthern Ky., on Carroll creek marked "J J. <;.
N. v. corner post, thi'nee southBOcbalns, thenoa
eftit HU chain*., thence no'th W chain*., tbenca
went ho chalna lo the place of commencement
contain!ok 640 acren, more or leas.
Dated Ootober 38th. HI07.
���I'lHs Jamb-, camkhon, Uwator.
Nelnon Land Diatrict.   District of Weal Kootenay.
Take notice thut I, Alexander JotOpb McCool.
of KwrtiIf, H C.. occupation, hotel keeper. Inland
to apply lor a npeclal limber licence over the
following dc-iei ii.ed   landn:
No 1. < ''im me being at a pont planted about
three I���Ilea Irom the H (.:. Houthern Ky. weft
loop on Carroll ereek, marked "A. J M. h, _,
oorner pont," thence north ho chain**, tbenoa
went HO i halnn.   tin nee  H'liilliHU  chatnn,   then.,
cunt 80 chalna   to   the   place   of commencement,
UObtainlng f.-IO acren, more or lenn.
Dated OotOb- r '-"Mh, 1907.
No. 'i    Uommenolni atap"st planted abom
one and a htilf mile inun the wen*, loop ol t.tc
B. C. Houthern Ky. on a nmnll atreaui rannlug
Into Carroll Creek and murked "A.J M N.W.
nornei ponl, tbanoa ni ulh Hit ehaina, thence eaal
H'i chalua theuce nortb BO ohalna. Ihence went
I'i chalna to the plaei id eonjiucueeineilt con-
talnlng 640 acren, mora or leaa,
Hated October ��Hh. 1907
No :< Oonunanelng St a pont planted about
Iwii mllen Irom the went loop of the Fl. 0. Houth
crh Kv. on ('arroll   ereek,   marked "A.J. M.S.K.
oornei  post*"  thsnos west no ehninn. tbenoa
north HO chains, thenee cant HU chalni-, thenee
Miuth "" chalna containing 610 acrea, more or
Dated October Nth, 11*17.
AUE-x-.ra.iK Josam McCool, Locator.
-%���%**���*%.sw%*v%*k-%.�����%���'���%'%'%*%%J I
Hare  you heard   nf M   l�� "
uh.*     ma.Iu    fsiii-clally I"' r'*-   ,.
when   lhe    wet    wr-alhor �� ��"'  fl
Mail.-  In  men'fl ami W..m-n�� ������ �� I
Calf l| is. and Kull l��.��l''.�� ���*������'
Price. Women'.  VX
.,   , tun
Men .     ~
4   CO.   Pr-pn-*"'
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Do You Need an Overcoat?^
WV have n Imi:.' *ii..<'k or
wv ar,' prepay** n>    miiki-    jrou u
in. roO ill   nil    III,'   .-.Inirli'St   Iliilii'.'     Sill ih
taction   i.'iiiiiiiiiti-1'.i
******.**.*************>*******+******** *+* ���
Notice ib busby given that the un*
ilcrBlgni il hav,/ flubmltted to the I.lou-
liii:inl-(j()veruoB-in-tSouiicil a proposal
uiul. r the Illvers and BtTMUHI Act for
Hi... I'liarini- anil removing ol.mriH'li.jliB
i min tht* Duhamcl Oreek (otherwise
known ��� Blx-Mlle Creak) in the !"*���
inil of West Kootenay, Province of
BrlUib Ciiliiiniiiii, and for making ih.'
aaid creek lit for rafting and driving
tlic-reon Iokh, llmb.-r and lumber, and
i.i erecting and maintaining iiuma on
ibe unid oreek, and for oontrtruotlng
in.I uiaiutainliiK l.oonis for holding,
uortlng and delivering l��g�� a"1' Umber
thereon, and ior attaching booms on
Kootenay Lake at tbe moulli of said
creak. *
The lunds In In* affected by audi
work are l-ota 787. 7HK, 70111, 7773, 4SSSH,
Ml! and 8413 all In Group One, Kootenay lHsiilet, and oilier lands not Crown
Granted, oocuple*] or improved.
Tin. i.dis propoaad to h<- charted am
^iieii as may be fixed by ib*. Judge of
lhe   County   ('imrt   of   Weal   Kootenay.
Dated the 28th day of October, 1907.
Notice is hereby given "��'' ���*!
ol Heviaioi. and Appeal, Bnd�� '��['  I
vislona of the Assessiiiiiii An. ���   i
Ing   the  Ahsi'SsiihiiI   Roll   '"'"'���. ',
v,,,x. for the  Nelaon ***-*���*�����", ���111(,t,
tn,-,  will be held al the ��>   " "J
(111,,.,.. Nelson, on lleu'ii.li'r 1��">,
'"   "J "' '"��� R.   S.   LENNIE.
Judge of Court of Ilevisioi. ""-I A'"**
Nelson. December 2nd. M
In the inslt.-r ot ... "���'P11,''";1!!'-"nu.*! IJ"3
,i,���,ii.i,t*..,.t ii...,<-.-r" '����� *, ,��V i.i<i-"',,..5I
11 .n.l m. tmfvl, ��."i * ";'.',I.,.'..,'������.iwi '"1
atmwii ii. Ilie ' K.... <-iia> ' "u .'    ,,. .1
'!".;"." mi...'r.i .���i..i...'":-'::;";;'1';l-;,���y tn.e..U-"|
day. A  li.irwur, in' ,."..- ��� ������ ���
Minus ���l  an ..i.ilivl.led W-J
,-B        i   Mm*, f     I
6900a 01   n"   unuivMir.   '"���_,..,.*,[  jaai.-
above lots, issued WW! ;T^_.nairortb*  lltt|
H'r'J.i.i!i��*"ii��'"'"' The Dany Canal.
This is fresh-killed poultry and will give you
every satisfaction.    ORDER NOW.
More supplies arriving later.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
-  INELSOIN, 13. C-
Kaslo, Rossland  Boundary
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale Kootenay  Ice, Fruit,
Fuel -St Pooltrv Co., Ltd.
N. E. CO.. Baker   and   Ward   Sts.
L-and Hmtrlci.   DtStCfStOl West Kootenay
lolios  that Krcil   J. Himmnui,   agent   lor
.���I   Neiaou. occupation   watch*
. appti  i��>r pennlaaton to pur-
��� v, siit*   *l.rserlt**'d   laud*:    l 'iDiiueii-
. posi   flante'l   about ���*'���. mile*, east ol
��� i    Ittenoa   SB  rhallf   ts   an  easterly
tbenoa   *i -Thslff   couth, tbenei   a
aa wsateirt*. tt���eotion, ibanoo99ofaali���
-  point o| notiimeiicetiieliI. eutilaiuin|[
iri di leaa
*���...*.  #nb. IWl
Fainsi* a   Iohk Ta-^kih,
Y. J. Kammons.  StgOSt
Nelnon i-and Dlatriot Dlatrtol of Went Kootenav
'lake   nollce    thai   Johu   JstDfll   rirn.rnti,  of
Pemle, Brt��ian rolambfa, nooupatlon oon-trao-
tor. Imetid** io ��| p!y for peniiim-iou to
I pnrobeaa tba l��.i,owi���K ,iea-rit��e.I land: Com-
nsntUng at a i-uh. planted on tht- southern
t-.mudary of the H V, Houthern rlKhtol-way
about 40 cliaiun w.-Hcrlv from Ihe N . W corner
o[|-it 81M-1. arou*.. i. Kootenay, Ihence aouth Mi
Chains, thenee can in chat lit., thence north Oo
Obalna to the tio'jihern boundary ol the sari
rl-s-hl-ol-irsy, iheii.'--w.ssterly along Maid nouth
crn boundary ol right-of-wity to the point ���
commencement, and couuiuiiig a-W acren, more
or leaa
Dated November ttth, lwr;.
 J "HI* .lAKW ("a -#*�����-)><-.
Nelnot, Land 111*1 net    Iilatriel ol WeM Ko-ileii��y
Take DOttOO lhat John   Hhlcli, of Needles, B.C ,
ooonpatloD  reneber, iui-*ud�� to apply io��ner-
in lift-ion tO porch ski* the lollowlng tleacrihed
laud: ('Oinineiieing at a ikk! planted at lhe
northwest corner ot l**ot ,HVH. theuce weat 40
i'lialiis. thence  m-uth  na chalni.   tbeuce  cant 40
obalna* tbenoa north so eiiainn to the point of
commeueemeiU. snd loiitaintug Hw acre*, more
or let**
I sied IStb October. iWl Jam��* h-iieu.,
        F *.   Kavqiif.***. Agent
Nelaon Lau<1 I'l-.trin    Inmrict ol Went Kooleuny
Take notbf thai  Angii-*   Mcl+ltl, ol tbe City oi
NeUon, occupation tl reman, Intend*' to apply for
I-ten--*: .1] :-;������!������ lit.-, the lollowlng .1 ��� ��� * M*. '.
landn:    (.'ommeucilig  at  a   pord  planted  al   lb*-
v w   aomst L   0, Honiaon'i ranch, in   Kir
alley, th, -ce norih forty (4li; chsilin, thine
snl lo-*y (40) rhslnn. tbattSOa M.ntb lorty (4o
atim, thence .wm forty (4-U)   chain*, oint o
III me nee un* HI,     ntl'l   fsoh 1 KI ll I ti K     IHU'    j. II Ii ��� I r. il
d nlsty (160) S0S0S. more *M    ��� -*
lin-d *i.pi_,* nt..-r -Jnd.  llSn.        *WSUS McQTsU.
id 1'Utrlct.   Dlitricl oi We*-t koolenay
���   mat   Fred J.   S��u.m<tii*-.  agent ior
'..  ol   I'KK-tnr. ���!->( upatmn   rancher.
appl}   for  pertnlsaiou to ptttehsao tibo
���crlbed   landn.    OommeneUui at a
about 1H miicneant ot WUaon creea
i woat io enalna, ibei noribweni 20
northeast'-inchain*., u.eiic*- mniili
- to ihe im* point oi commencement
.      ,  10 acrea. more or lean.
-: th. 11SJ7.
AS. If ISAM'   AMiIHitsS   BAl.l-AS.'*.
Agent Y   i   hammoks.
i'i-trlet     1'intiK-i oi Wast Kootenay
Ihsl w . a. Bedno, tttberomlsar,
...kan.   .nunlv,  Waniiinglon, oue
: -.Mloof America. InlOttdl I" %_P  \
���   umbei  Uoenaa ovei the tu.iowitag
i raunau Ing nt �� poal asnrbeo
��� on Hi- north hank ol corn creek
>��� ol lb- Sortb fork el I orn creek
1.   at I BO U>.   about   five   mile*   In a
��� ��� tlon irom confluence of nald Corn
��� Koolenay rlvtfi . tbenoa north 40
.   treat   ICai cpalm*. thence nouth 40
��� ii ���  earn   160 chalna to point of Sfttft-
'.Eitainiug 040 aeres more or lei*
land  sdJoins tMiitHT   limit  No 1 on the
.. 1 limit  No h on tbe south, ai lo-
* m. .
ited NoveBibST "*���, l��n
WtLti���M  \   111-it-os, Locator.
PM] ii k 1    Hhiue
< oi ���igne-l by the w.u.in named W
LheSnbdaa nl Norember, S  P
na   at  ripokane,   Hspokane   GooOtTt
ngton, oiu-of theinited Btatsaol America.
1'ATati sO Bnas
Ki �� m Lend Inntriet.   District ol Weat Koot. nny
Tska ButlOa thai laaltrlla PlSf-OS*    I Hiraaahurg,
married  woman, intend- to apply
'ii    to   purchw-e   the   foliowitig   >l.*t.
1  .iinriiciiciiig at a [Ktni plan 1st tl at
LOO   of   the   norih   .toiindarj' of  Lot
**���'*   nnd   ll.e   . -m-I    Uotiii.'.ary    oi    l-.t    No     DS5,
a eaal * rbtdna, mon* or laaa. to lha north
��� ..:   ilmbei limit   Mo  ISJl, theme
a   halna, tb' 110a *������ -1 *> ohslns. more or
lldO   0|   WUstabau   lake,   thci.ee
-   in.     111    a   aoUtbetiV   and    -net-telly
'"���  abates,   hot.    ur   Laaa   o> the inter
1 ol u ��� balna,  more or
ring   eaaterlj   boundary of U I gtlB I"
I tU 1 .��� lil*ctuelll.
bated ?tii October unr*.      laawu- ft sacs.
F   fl. FAi'-jfina. 'Kent.
���*'   *  Dtend Dlnlrlcl.   Dlnlrlct of Wei.1 Koolenay
���n-'    nollog   thai     Alexander    J      Mcidol.   el
B 1 , ooonpatlon clerk, intend) to appl]
ilsaton  io pata_asa the totlowlug oaa
1 1      land    Commi nolng tag h poal pointed on
hern boandatf oil*  1   Bontnsrn Ksii
. ���' >f WHV, alne.lt one and a lisll IlilU"'
-vwtPi * Ireu tin norlhwent corner of lot KStg,
group    1      Kftoleuay,     Iheiuc    SOOtb    H"   obatOS,
Oi. 1,,.. ,�����, ho obalna, tbi noa  oorth n ebalna to
" I'oiindary o( nsld   right of wa   .   theuce
���*     n ohaini along Haiti wouiiieru bonndary to
1 1..min.moementi   i1*'' contitiiiug 000
���   '   *   ssi'.re .,r lenn
bated November 9th. ion..
Auuvkfi! J   ItoOOOL.
���' ' ' Und Diatrict. Dlntrlctol Went Kootenay
Take noUoa that Hugo 1 oataun, of AI Ions,
������solvoba, humor, Intends to apply for
permission to pnresbaae tbe following doaertbed
land    Commeno���ig   at a poat   plauted  about
���*''��� 11 miles trotn th-   mouth of Mono till to  eieck.
*i uortbeaal oorner of thin application and
marked-H, C N. K corner."and running aooUl
"'cbstna, tbenoa weal michiiinn tbenoa north so
chains, thenoe esat DP chalna to point of cm
I   '     ' * no ul. eolitalliilllf 'M'l Heron.
['fled -ui, dsy ol August. iwn
A innI'll A, Bi'ttio-.. Agent.
Land Diatrict. Dlnlrlcl ol We-1 Kootenay
notice that Frank F. -deniaii, ol
l""a. Manitoba, broker, Iulstldn to apply
'���" perminnion lo p 11 rcbaae the lollowlng den
si'*". Im ti -l ���    Couiinenclng  at 11 ponl   planted at
|e Bonthaaatoorner ol land applied 'or. nbont
re miles from the mouth of Mon--u!tlo ereek
nrked F F B.8. E ennui." and running thenoa
s'tlh HO fliHtiiH, thence went HO chalun, thenee
">!li ml chain**, tbence card m chatnn lo polnl of
���i-i.in in etuctii, .'..ni I. in im' rHoaoraa.
"������lail ��Hh day ol August, 1W17.
amthcv a   Hikton. 1 gen I
[WD Land idntfici. DutrifltOl Waal Koob nay
Sktj OOtli ( that F. P,  1 urdeu, aiding an miilit
���' u Burden, of I'okiok. N.B, oooupaUon
chanio, Intenln t,i appif lor permlnnion to
'���'nine the lollowlng ilunurlbed landa: �� oin*
�������'liig ai 11 poat plain- d mi the eaaterly n,liore
ATow lake and about  10 ehaina north ul the
1   oorhai of i,>t huh, tbenoa eant 20 chMina,
'"e north 40 chains, more or lenn, tottie|*-ki
'' . thenee riout h wcalo 1 f iilong the l.ikenli"0
th�� point of cotnmeiieeiiicul, and conuiinliiK
���'������"*, umre or leas.
"I'd November IKtb, I��07.  Iamri H   HtmbKN,
F. Y     Ht'ROKN,   AKcnt.
-'"tiblng  promptly  attende.  t".    Hani
un.i Dattmataa.
*PPIy 415 Hall St. Box 385.
3-.10 DOWN
ttO K>l��R MONTH
U) ACRli8
We offer you best fruit lands;
b-ost terms; bent location; best
c'imate. Absolute    tltleB.      You
d'in t have to use all of your milflf
in psying for land We want you
to put it into development. Wo
also have tracts of GO to -6000 acres,
prices and terms the best. We own
those lands and handle nothing on
com mi si? ion.
If you don't see Frultvale you
miss the best in B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Ward Street, Nelson, B. C.
2 lbs. for 25c.
Joy's Gash Grocery
Cor. .loK.'pliiti,. and Mill*. StB.
Notice ls  hereby   Riven  that  the un*
deralgned peraona have made applloatlon under lhe prOTlfdotU nl the ' Liquor LieeiiBe Act." WOO, for Hotel Licences al Uie place** nel opposite names.
John Marshall. Marshall Hotel. Kitchener.
..'red Adle. Fort Shci.pard Motel,
O.  T.  Snnw.  Outlet   1 Intel,  Procter.
('.  K.  Hiuk.'S.'1.  l-.lna  Held. :'.-.    rB.ill.
Archllinhl     Ar   Uavis.     Palace     Motel,
Y���lr- ,   .,   .
.1   \V.  Masterson,  Yiul* Siolel. YmU.
B.   M.     Peters,   St.     Charles     Hotel.
John   Dreau.     Cosmopolitan     Hotel,
0 9  Coleinaii, Waldorf Hotel. Ymir
Saniuel Miller. Miller Hotel. Ymir.
Louisa McPeak. Sirdar Hotel. Sirdar.
Wm. tlosnell. Grove  lloiel.  Kalrview.
Malettc   4i   .lolinson.   Kootenay   Falls
Hotel. Slocan Junction.
1 K    Unimex.  Mersey  Hotel.   Lrle.
K.   BS.     McArthur.     Northern     Hotel,
Geo.  Mead. Creston   lloiel, Creston.
Alex   McKessoli. I'Srle Holel. Kile.
Joaepb Walker. Krlckson    Hotel,  Erlckson. ,, . ,   _    .
ICdltli Gllle, Vancouver Hotel.  . mlr.
wm Qray, Baltno Hotel, Balmo.
Ceo Munro, Munro Hotel Creston.
\ meeting of the Hoard of Licence
t'omm Issloncis. wld he held to consider
���neb applications, at the Court House.
������ Nelson, on Monday, lhe Hith day
'of l.ecenil.er, 1 i><>7. at the hour of 3
0-docJ* In the afierno,.,..^ ^^
Chie* Licence In.pector.
Nelson, B. C. lBth November, 1S07.
Rural    Municipality's   Request    Refused
by   Street   Railway   Company
in   Manitoba.
Winuipeg, Dec 5.���At a meeting of
tlie council of the rural municipality of
Assinlbola, a bylaw was introduced.
authorizing tin* siibmiHision to a vote of
ths electors* the question of sst&b-sh*
ing a Sunday car servic** in the municipality. Th a h.vliiw provided Unit ths
Stieet Railway compuny should operate
Uh cars 00 :ill lines now operated, or to
he upciiiti-d by the company in the
municipality rrom 7 a. m. to 11 p. m.
every Sunday, the number of trips to he
those now provided for under the several agreements between the company
and the municipality.
A copy of the bylaw was forwarded
to ths company and Its solicitor noM-
lied the council that his company refused to operate Sunday cars in tfas
municipality under ihe terms of the
bylaw and that the only lerms under
Which the company would operate Sun-
flay cars were as follows:
That the company would not commence to ope rat i�� a Sundav car service
until   May   1,  i<,08.
That the company would operate Sunday cars only to Lot I>5, St. Charles on
Ilie north side of the river and to the
city park on the south side and that it
be lift optional to the company as to
when Sunday cars should he operated
any further west than these two points.
That the car servies on Sundays shall
commence al eight o'clock in the morning that one-half of lhe present wppk-
d:iy service he the minimum service for
On the 2-Tith of November a special
meeting of the council was held, at
which all members were present, to
consider the comnany's terms and it
was unanimously decided to refuse
thsn1 as the municipality solicitors had
advised the council not to submit the
Sunday ear bylaw to a vote of the electors until a satisfactory agreement had
been secured from the company. A
resolution was unanimously carried,
statlnir that the Sundav car bylaw be
imi submitted to a vote of the electors
on   I).'cember  17th   next.
INEUSOfN,     -     B. G*
City of Nelson Ltcense District.
We, the undersigned, give notice that
at the next meeting of the Hoard of
License Commissioners we Intend to apply for a transfer of tlie license of the
No I Mace Inn from Wm. Gosnell to
C. E.  WADE.
Nelson.  Nov. 18,  1907.
"COHF-A-NIBS   ACT.   181.7."
Canada, )
Prorlnoa   of   Hritish   Columbia,   j
No.   40T.
This is *.o uertlly that -'Western Canada Timber Company Limited," is authorized arid licensed to carry on business within the Province of Hritish Columbia, and to carry out or effect all or
any of the objects of the Company to
which the legislative authority of the
Legislature of Hritish Columbia extends.
The head office of the Company is sit-
ii;,-,* at LU1-4, DSflhwood House. Ne.v
Broad  Street, in  the City of  London.
The amount or the capital of the
Company i* one hundred and sevefity-
ilve thousand pounds, divided into one
hundred and seventy-five thousand
shares of one pound each.
The head otfice of the Company In
this Province is situate at Nelson, and
Leslie Mill. Manager, whose address is
.Nelson, B. C is the Attorney for the
Given under my hand und seal of office al Victoria, Province of Hritish Col'
unibia. this 25th day of October, one
thousand  nine  hundred  and  seven.
IL.S.] 8.   Y.   WOOTON.
Registrar  of Joint  Stock   Companies.
The objects for which this Company
has been established and licensed
are:��� _
(a.) To carrv on business In Canada
or elsewhere as saw-mill prop rietors.
timber merchants and limber growers,
and to buy. sell, grow, prepare for market, manipulate, import, export, and
deal in timber and wood of all kinds,
and to manufacture and deal in articles
of all kinds tn the manufacture of which
timber or wood is used, and to carry-
on business as ship owners and carriers
by land and water, and so far as may
be deemed expedient the business of
general merchants, aud to buy. clear,
plant and work timber estates and limits:
(b.) Ab the first operation of the
Company to purchase or otherwise acquire and take over as a going concern
the business and undertaking of the
Canadian Pacific T imber Company,
Limited, and all the timber limits,
lands, buildings and erections, water
righls, fixed and moveable plant and
machinery, tools, utensils, logs and
lumber, live and dead stock, stores and
effects, anfl other the property and assets of that Company In Hritish Columbia and with a view thereto to execute
and make the agreement referred to in
Article 3 of tho Articles of Association
of  the   Company:
(c.) To seek for and secure openings
for the employment of capital in Can-
tula or elsewhere, and with a view
thereto to prospect, enquire, examine,
explore  and teat, and  to  despatch  or
employ expeditions, commissioners, experts  and other agents:
(d.) To institute, enter Into, carry
on, assist or participate In financial,
commercial, mercantile, industrial,
manufacturing, mining and other businesses, works, contracts and undertakings aud financial operations of all
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 other business which may seem to the Company
capable of being conveniently carri* d
'm In connection with any of the objects
of the Company or which may be
thought calculated, directly or indirectly, to enhance tbe value of or render profitable any of the Company's property
or  rights:
(e.) To open, promote, acquire, construct, equip, maintain, improve, 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 and private.
and in particular roadB, ways,
tramways, railways, telegraphs, telephones, cables, ships, lighters, harbours, piers, docks, quays, wharves,
w arehouses, bridges, viaducts, 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,
founderies, furnaces, factories, cement,
limestone and other works, carrying
undertakings by land and water, public
and private buildings, townsites, residences, cottages, stations, stores and
sheiw, whether for the purposes of the
Company or for sale or hire to or In
return for any consideration from any
other companies  or  persons:
if.) To promote, make, provide, purchase or otherwise acquire, take on
lease, or agreement, acquire running powers over, lease, let, grant
running powers over, work, use.
sell and dispose of railways.
tramways and other roads, ways and
means of access 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 same, and to purchase,
take on lease or otherwise acquire and
hold, and to erect, alter, pull down, rebuild, and adapt houses, cottages, warehouses and buildings, and to purchase,
construct, erect, hire and maintain,
work, us e. lease, sell, charter or let.
rolling stock, plant and machinery,
trade utensils and appliances, locomotives, engines, waggons, trucka, carriages, ships, tugs, barges, piers, harbours, wharves and other appliances,
works and vehicles for and used in
connection with the transport hy 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 leasee of, any
part or parts of the property and rights
of the Company:
(h , To purchase or otherwise ac
quire, hold . sell, exchange, mortgage,
charge, convert, turn to account, dispose of and deal in real and personal
property and rights of all kinds, aud
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, itnd
to finance and carry on any business
concern or undertaking so acquired, and
to keep up or abandon all or any of tho
properties, businesses, patents or privileges now or hereafter to be acquired by
the   Company:
(1.1 To transact and carry on all
kinds of sgency 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, woik, 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 tho Company may think
necessary or expedient for or in respect
of any such works or undertakings, and
to construct, equip, maintain and work
any 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 persona for or in
rel-tion to capital, credit, means,
or resources for the prosecution of any
works, undertakings, projects or enterprises; also to contract Tor and act as
ngents or otherwise in relation to loans
or securities Iss tied or proposed to be
iasued 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, and to acquire
or cause to be applied for and obtained,
any tetters patent, patent rights, licences, contracts, options, or concessions,
in any part of the world, and to grant
and lBsue licences for the use of Che
sama or any of them upon such terms
and conditions as may be considered
(m.) To BUb-Brlbe 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
otherwiae, or of any company whose
operations may be beneficial to thiB
Company, or with a view to assist any
company which may carry on, or lie
about lo carry on, any business useful
to this Company:
(n.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and undertake all or any part of
the business, property, and liabilities of
any other company, firm or person, the
objects of which shall he altogether or
In part similar to those of this Company, or to make and carr> into effect
arrangements with respect to the union of interests, cooperation, partnership, or amalgamation either In whole
or in part, with any other companies,
corpora'ions or persons:
(o.) To Bell, 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, heredit amenta, 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
(p.. *Eo establish and promote, or
concur in establishing and promoting.
associations, companies, syndicates and
undertakings, to purchase or take over
the whole or any part of 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
such 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 as may be deemed
(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  unincorporate:
(r.J 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 seeurltles of Uie 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 from 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 he 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;
(B.) To lend money to such persons
and bodlen*. wheth-.r upon security or
otherwise, upon such terms as the Company shall think fit, and to guarantee
the perfomance of any contracts entered
into by persona having dealings with
the Company:
tt.) To borrow or raise mop-}', and to
issue debentures or debentljlt 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 mon*. y 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:
tv.) 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'.-) 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 npply 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 otto 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.i 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 In any part of the world,
and generally to do all such acts and
things aB are Incidental or couduclve
to the attainment of all or any of the
above objects, and the Intention Is flint
the objects specified in each paragraph
of this clause shall, except where otherwise explained ln such paragraph, be In
nowise restricted by reference to or Inference from the terms of any other
paragraph or the name of the Company.
We have for sale six ot the finest building lots   in  the  city,   situated  ai
the corner of Josephine and Hoover streetB. These lots are  cleared    and
f.-nced  and    command    a magnificent   view. Price, $2,000  for  the six or
will be sold separately Is desired.
WAER SE RVICE. )fct___
A great many sales have been made of lota In this charming suburb
of Nelaon aud only a few best lots are left.
Don't Forget
That Fire Insurance you were colng to put on thla fall, or that
accident and health policy you Intended writing which covers
all accidents and S!0 qiaeaaca.
Lot ua quote you rate* on the above.    ..Wi^S ������*;���);.' j;
McDermid & McHardy
C P. R.
To Montreal, Toronto, and all point*
weet thereof in Ontario and Quebec
Quebec, St. John, Halifax, Maritime Province rates on application.
Tickets on sale dally December 1st to
December 31��t. Round trip Firet
cla.s.   90 day limit.
Halifax, St. John or Portland and return
Salooon���$104.50. Second���$78.25.
Steerage���(55.00,   and   up  according  to
For    detailed    Information,    Ballings
ocean  steamers,   first   class   or   tourist
sleeper   reservations   apply     to     local
agent or
A.G.P.A..VaiiROuver. U Y. A. Nt-lt-mi
160 ACRES���About eight miles from
Nelson. Frequent trains, cabin,
springs. Owner would subdivide if
necesBary $20 to $25 per acre.
25 ACRES Near Nelson���Good. road.
Water rights.  Small house. Stable.
Fruit   trees,   bushcB   etc 114.000.
Also land   ou    Kootenay and   Arrow
lakes, Slocan and Salmon rivers, etc.
Real Estate Agent
S15 Baker St., Nelson. B. C.
T*emont House
~nroiie-*,n tad -uenrmn m��n
������all S6 etr.   aooma Iran X cti. to I
-my waita Hasp JCmpirmd.
Baker St.. Nelson
Must comtort.ble quarters      Nelson]
Only tbe best of Liquor, .ad ulgsrs.
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. Tne
dining mom Is unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
*������������-��*������ . *&l_
J. A. ERICKSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court ��
and Poetoffice. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Baker street, NeUon. B. ('.
Lars*  *nd  Oomforta'ole   Bedroomi and First*-
uUm Dining Hoon.
MRS. E. C. CLARKE,  Proprittrtas.
Bartlett   House
Best Do_ar-_-Day House in Nelson.
The liar u the Finest.
White Help Only Employed
Jotephlne Bt.
Helton, B. O.
Certificate   of Improvements
"I'Ulon*' Mitieml ru.in gituhte lu thr* Nelson
Minion I'tv-stlon, nl itu- Went Koolvuny District.
**". litre lofHteti: ���Oa Tottil Mouutalu two and a
hull nil..--- ir.nu Ni :-m.. B. C.
Take notli'o Uiat I, **> A Mac-JoniUtl, arltn*- an
Mtant lor Hugo Stitht-rland, Kr-t-e Miner'* CtT-
tfltoata No. rmj.'.i, iuteutl cudaya from the date
iu-rt-nf, to apply to the M ititim Reuurder for a
I'-'itltlcfttt'ol iiiipn'v.nit-lit-, fur the iiurpor*** ol
obluiiiiiin u ('rown Uraul ol the above claim.
Aud further take notice that action, under
Section H7, muni be commenced before the 1��-
nuaiice uf mich Certificate of Improvement*
Dated this i8rd day ol September, a   D , 19W7.
W. A   MA(.l>ONAU.
Royal Hotel
Rates |l and 11.50 a Day.
Special Ratea to Regular Boarder.
All Kinds of Heating Plants ln Stock.
In tha Matter of   the "Land    Registry
Act" and Amendments thereto,
la thr matter ol su spplu.Ktinn lor .he Issue ot
. duplicate ol th. Oettftsata ol tllle lor Lota
2a.ll. mi. surl -im:..   (.roup 1. Kootensy Dl.tr.ct
Nollee Is hereby KWell lhat It la my Intention
to issue hi the expiration ot one mouth from the
first puulli'allor, hereof s (li.t'lieate Certificate ol
Title lo t--e above described lands, ln the name of
James Roderick l.oherlsou which Certillcale la
dated thel.thda<* ol Au.iusl, 18U8, slid la .lumbered 11. '. k
Lsud IJ.-��lstr>- Ofilce, Nelson, B.C., 8lat ot
A u�� ii. ' ...*.; U.K. M Icl.Kll 11,
District Ke.l.trat.
Victoria St., Nr. Oners Houaa.      Tal. Ill
Con tractor  and
Sole agent for the Porto Klco Lumber Co., Ltd..
retail yard*. Rough and drec*ed lumber, turnea
work and bm-kel*. CoeM lath and --Mugle*. *a��b
and doom. Cement, brick aud lime lor aale.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. cant of Hall
rstx-aUfsON, a. c
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Tne Daily Canadian
Are you in doubt whal to select for Christmas gift-,? Tlave a
look at those beautiful Hammered Brass and Copper Goods we have just
opened up. The Smoking Sets are most artistic In design and eannol
fail to please. We are also showing many other things in this ware
which are useful as well aa ornamental. Come In and see our Christinas novelties.
We were lucky enough to
secure io dozen ot these
goods. The}' 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
Watchmaker and Optician
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy TermF.
H. E. Croadsdaile & _;
Next .Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will find it to their advantage to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
, *VSA**VV>��**^^*^*a*<VVV*��X*N*��*A/*V *\
Call at the
Queen Cigar Store
for anything wanted in
and your  troubles will
go up in smoke.
BUSH &  MATTHEW, Prop.. ��J
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries,
Bntter, Eggs.
Oamp and Miners' Snpplios.
ata. M. Can. Sea. C. E.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Ofloat  Bealey Building.    P. O. Box 434
���aksr at, NELSON, ���- C.
Tlit Hest Hani Cos] on me mar-
Bunkhead Itri-
Tbe   Best   Humestic t'oftl.
West Transfer Co.
Corner of Stanley and Victoria   Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
B. Webber. Phoenix; A. B. Francis,
I'm,.ter; C Hay. C. P. C. Hock. O. Clove,
Vaneliver: F. S. Gort. Arrowhead;
Miss Mae Black, II. II. Undue. Winnipeg; J. Pisrh. A. Martin, Victoria; C.
F. Hooper, Spokane.
Vsrnon and Ward Struuls
F. W (Sii.-rnsi-y, Trail; II. Geigerich.
-Casio; I*. H. Hurnham. Grand Forks;
IS. Mallandnine. Creston; W. J. Martin,
W J. Woodward. Winnipeg; A. E.
Qeoghery, Toronto; C. C. Bnowdon, Calgary; R. E. Cooper. W. Clapped and
wife, Victoria: A. Lund, Wardner; P.
S. Couldrey, Rossland: F. .1. Hearten,
St. George: VV. A. Tenant, Vancouver;
\V. Manhart, Spokane.
R. E. Dorey, Whitewater; J. Olrwood;
D. E. Jones. Winnipeg; M. Ratter, Cas-
cade; II ('. Waugh, K. P. Day, H. T.
Williams. Cranbrook; II. A. Crane an.l
wife, Jaffray; M. A. Laurie, J. Cadische
and wife. W. Salmon and wife, Creston.
I. J Hunner, Duck Creek: R Barker,
Toronto; E. Croache, P. Mr-Laughton.
Moyie; Mrs. D. H. Grant, Mrs. G. Al-
manatlsky, Shuswap; Mrs. M. L. Grant.
Montreal: \V Robinson. C. W. Kidd.
Winnipeg; A. PreBull, Saskatoon.
G. II. Walerton, H. Webster. Cran-
broook; L. H. McDonald, H. MoPhee.
II. Blllby, Burton; G. Helton. Regina:
li Tretherton, H. Jones. Fernie; B. S.
Fllby. Creston; A. Duffalo, Lardo; J.
IIIel-s, F Smith, Vancouver; C. Taylor.
Procter;   Hugh   McDonald,   Ymir.
D    Shields.   Regina;   II.   B,   Werton.
J.  H    McDonald.   Grand   Forks;   L.   B.
Western, Shi.lils:  .1. R. Mnir. Klrkwnll
Orkney;   W.  M   Kirkendall, Creston.
J. Harper, silver King; K. H. Weather-
by,   Granite;    I)    llehnund.   Salmo;   G.
Forsyth**. Rossland.
Geo.  P.  Player
Office   Room   No.   2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
F. C GREEN       F. P. BURDEN        A. H. GREEN
C'vil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
P. 0. Boi US.   Pbont 2.1 B.
FOUND.   ~~
I^ol'NI. -A Pips, M-lii.h Hi," 1,,.,-r mar recover
by islling at the sheilfT'a ,,1,1 re. i.i. iiiifyin,
.,r���i���.rlv, anil pSTlng f.,r till, ltd vertlsemetit.
'ANTKOII.-sl   Waitress for  Hotel  fctrsth
s     Apply MsusKer.
AOonfQrtSblS Home lor . Young Ui-n , would
suit either school leseher, or young lady In
business In   the city.     Address  K. O. Ilslly
T I.KT^LASB KOOHH. slesm bested.   An-
ply bonsskMpsr. Ird n.t. K. w. 0. block.
Property   Transfer.
Mrs MoG-reggor, of Crawford Hay. has
disposed of her property, corner uf
Cedar and Hoover Streets, to \V. I'asco.
OI Nelson.
S.   A.   Social.
A social even.iik will he held in the
Salvation Army citadel tonight for
whieh an attractive inimical programme
has  been  prepared.
Churchman's Club.
The whist tournament of the cluh fnr
men only commenced last evening and
was well attended, about sixty member!
and  friends  being present.
'���At   Cripple   Creek."
This is the name of a melodrama thai
will be presented at the opera house
next Monday evening. Tlie advance
notices claim the play is one of "undoubted merit and noteworthy dramatic
"My   Nephew's   Wife."
This pla y has been seen several times
in Nelson, under its original title "My
Uncle from Japan." The production
last niprht was an average one, and
while the audience was small those
present seemed to enjoy the performance.
Tea  and  Lecturette.
A tea in aid of St. Paul's church improvements will be held at the home of
Mrs. F. M. Black, 808 Carbonate street,
on the afternoon of Friday. Gth inst. A
feature of the afternoon will be the continuation of the story of European experiences by a lady member. Mesdames
Illake Wilson, Carrie and Pearcy will
Roller   Carnival.
The first masquerade carnival in the
Alliee roller rink was held last night
and was a decided success. Between
50 and GO skaters in costume took part
and there were several times that number of spectators. Mrs. Wilson, Mrs
Gore and Mrs. Wells were the judges
and awarded the prizes as follows-
Best costume, lady's. Mrs. N. Malette,
huntress, gentlemen's Leo McKinnon.
King Richard; best represented costume. C. Cummins, Indian chief; best
comic costume, W. Scoley, Sheeney.
Freight Rates Committee.
The board of trade committee on
freight rates met last night. There was
a lot of general discussion. The only
resolution adopted instructed the secretary to write the secretary of the railway commission that as soon as possible Kootenay's case for readjustment of
the rates would be laid before the commission and a hearing asked for. It
was the concensus of opinion, although
few have had time for detailed analysis
of the new schedules, that they left
Kootenay's special grievances unaffected.
Well   Earned  Holiday.
His Honor Judge Forin has learned by
letter that the Dominion department
of justice, with the concurrence of the
provincial attorney general's department, has granted him six months leave
of  absence     from     February   1st,   190S.
Sherman's Opera House
The Great Western Play
PRICES: $1.00, 75c and 50c.
Seats on sale at Ruiherford's Saturday
Of electrical work finished and charged
for  from  this shop  will  show  you how
squarely and honorably we conduct our
Those who employ uh need not worry
about our charges and as to workmanship they know it Is the hest
Repairs to machinery, telephones, etc.
promptly  attended  to.
P. O. Box 166. Phone 227 A.
.........*     NBL40N.     .-*,.-. j**.
New L>rit^d
in   Now
Don't delay ordering ingredients for Xmas Cakes and
Puddings, fresh stock in.
Lemon, Orange, and Citron
Peels, Raisins in bulk stud
packages,  Currants tlie same.
Corner Silica and Josephine St.
PMO.-N.J   7
In   the   rich   display   of
which  we have just  put in our window.
Ail  articles  that  are  rich  in appear*
anco. of practical use. ami moderate In
cost.     They  include-  BUCb  article!  as
BOOK COVERS at'Sme. $1. %1M, ��1 .".n
and 12.26,
PHOTO FRAMES at 45c, 70c. 11.23.
-.2.2... $2.50.
PHOTO ALBUMS at 40c. 45c. 73r. $2.50
and $3.00.
POST CARD ALBUMS at Sllc. $1 25.
$1.75, $2.50, $:s.O0 and $3.75.
at BOc, $1.5n and MJSO
$1 25 and $1.50.
HANDBAGS, (plain, beaded and frinc
ed) it 45c. 50c, 75c. 95c, $1.76, $2.00.
$2.25 and $2.50.
WALLETS  75c. <<3c, $2.25, $'.1.75.
HATPIN   HOLDERS   16c, 75c and  $1 OO.
TABLE SCARFS $2.25. $3.25 and $3.50
and a large variety of other articles especially typical of Canada and the West
which are especially nice for sending to
friends in other parts of the world
We G. Thomson
fffx'.oKk""'    Nelson, B.C.
Phonv ��-��**.
Judges Wilson and Hrown have kindly
consented to perform his judicial duties
(luring that period. This will be Judge
Forin's first holiday In eleven years.
His family will accompany him to his
old home In Hellevllle, when, they will
remain during the winter anil spring.
Judge ForJn will spend four months of
his leave in visiting in Ireland and
Kditor Dally
Forks union,
and a good
tide in your
feet that the
to resume wi
within a few
imagine whr
tion from, bi
it is absolute
agement has
any   kind   re
the     members   of   Grand
read   with   astonishment
leal  of amusement  the ar-
paper and other to the ef-
(Jranby  company   Intends
��rk  here at   reduced  wagei*
days.     We are  unable   to
re   you   got   your   Infonna-
it   we  can   assure  you   that
ly luls-e.    The Oranby man*
not  made a  proposition  of
iiitive   io  resuming   opera
NICKERSON, the Jewclery Manufacturer's Agent will sell you goods from samples at 25 per cent, less than regular
prices direct from the factories, ln H
days   from  order.     Everything   ln     thi
Bt*y Now
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$)-500. Let us show you
them. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
Jl Calendar
of   &iews
Of your own town or city, could you
imagine a nicer 1 loliday Gift to send
away lo friends in another city, or
across the border, or to the Old
Country ? :: :: ::
We have a varied assortment of there
pretty View Calendars, but there will
be a big run on tliem, so please make
your selections early. :: ::
Canada Drug & Book Co.,
COR   BAKER   and   WARD.
Phon.  81
Whole-talc mil   KeUtl Pcal-vr*. lo
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on shortest notice and
lowest price. Nothing but  fresh and
wholesome meats and supples kept in stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E. C.  TRAVES.   M*n��f*-_.
$L0O per Gallon
]* A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone   161.
ust Watch
The   window*--   nf  the  Old   Cur
loslty Shop for
Fancy China
From the hand painted down to the
common grades of Chlnaware Next
wuL'k wc will have a sale of Cut Ulass
Old Curiosity Shop
lions, at either the present wage scale
or the old wai;��' scale, tn either of the
f'.rand Forks union or the Phoenli
union of the Western Federation ����r
Thos.  .1.   Menninger,   Se< ">���
[Ilie   only "article" that   hau  appear
ed in The Dally Canadian lo which the
above   communication   can   possibly   re
fer  Is   a   quotation     from   a   statement
of Jay I*. (Iraves, president of the (Iran
by   company. ���Kd    Dully   Canadian. |
Taft Scores Again.
.Moscow, Dec. 5���The woman who xon
terday made an tin successful Attempt
to kill Lieutenant General Qnerttibsl
mami. governor general of Moscow, with
a bomb, refusen to divulge her name,
but he j- connesctlon with lln- .Moscow
military revolutionary organization hai-:
been established. The governor general
has received telegrams congrntitlat lug
him upon his narrow escape, from the
emperor. Premier Stolypln and I'nlted
States Secretary of War Taft.
*"��P"l.l..�� sancJ .lobhlns ssscutM with Dnpatch.   Hh��ui M.lnl
Work, Mini,,. andMIII -Vt<ai;l-,i...sry.     Mnnurautur..*. uf
to.   t*t.    Cinitrn\.tor*��
Let Us "Sock" it to You
In  lhe  latest Full an.l  Winter st.:.. ���
���'It'll'" S"'ine H.>si(*i>   Wa are "aiurtiu-
ll|>   With   the   lineal    Muse ever  Imporjt
Comfortabla  anil  .lural.lc In wear iaJ
atecanl   in ippeaiaaoa    v..�� win ���*.
mire   ih,.   bc��   fasdgni   an.   iiattpra,
ivhleli   ur.*   iKislllv.-ly   |,leasin��    lu   tl
oorreet an.l partloalar town. Ai im
.*.��!,in., and   warranted  to give weariBf
nn.l  wanhinK satisfaction.
Wo would like to see all our patronscomfortable thla winter and lo order to
do so we have In stock the best assorted line of heating stoves and cootiei
stoves and   ranges  ever  before  presented to the public ln Kootenay
We would be pleased to show you our line and before DMktBf ftvp*
chase kindly see what we have to offer.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited. n.iws .*.���;**
star1_ey~& CO.
\Vti.��i��-f*��.Hi Provlalona,
Cloven.met.I Crainierv < "���.- Pound   Itnr.ks received weekly fresh trim Uu
��� burn     l-'.,r m.1,    t all leading grocers
nn.w. nwl v..���> ��� li'.ti-.,-    Houston Block,    Pnone T��.
Jos*-. :*ir*r Street.        -        -        -        Nelson, B. C.
_T___?_ L��mbe-, S_tigl��.
Lath, aVloulcllrit-r-s, Doots, Windows.^
���I'urnctl Work rand hriickata. Mall Order, promptly attended ft
VBKINOIS MTRIIHT    -   -    -    !NUl_-��OI--"!. O. C
We have a full  stock of the
Lime-Salpher-Sait  Winter Spray
Iu 50-lb. aud 1 gal. tins.
The Brackman-Ker  Milling Co^U^
For Miners* Lumbermen, Ranchers,    Housekeepers.
Let us Supply Your Needs
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd-


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