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 ASK
FOR
HALCYON LITHIA
WATERS
The   monarch   of
table
watera..
The
me  all  tha  time.
It's
bottled  at
the
jrlnga.
Voi.I'MH   2.      NO.   268
OPEN LETTER
|l.\-,t!iiyiir liillell Replies
In Crilicism
kfiNiis LATE COUNCIL
Discusses Ihe Wisdom of Extension
ol City Water System and
Some Oiher Things.
Nelaon, It. C, April loth, 'ok
|i;j:i .   Dally Canadian;
air,   Several  limes 1 bare no-
I        iu the reports ol the meetings of
OOUnCill   .-.heel      .11   Ihe   WOl It
year's council, auuic limes only
iled, .some limes mole open. This
readied   a   cliluux   wheu,   to   t)��ole   the
e of your owu report, the mayoi
erlsed  the  laying of a pipe  line
P.   K.   ship)aid  aa    "reckless
loultsh"   expenditure.
1  had   not   intetided   to   take   any   110-
the matter but 1 Uud that some
i; ends,   for   whose   opinions    I
respect, are anxious thai I should
-,....      As the expenditure described aw,
I   and   tuolish"   was   uiiuuiiiiolts-
. ived bj  last year's council, pei-
, alao owu il to ilium to reply.
A  i.tter  from  C.  Jlaokowlea  to the
lias  beeu  published,  1  must  pre
nun ,   al   the    instance   of   the   latter.
I lisckowioa oilers his theory us lo
as value lo the city of the pipe line
aruugb Fuirview. Here are Uie facts:
:.i total coal ol the line was $:.,77v
..��� luruier revenue of tlie city from
lal service was J7:i.ai�� per month, new
iu spite  of a ib  per cent reduction  tn
ids  rates. It  Is  Sloti.-O.   When  conuec-
tlic  C.   1'.  It. Co.  will pay  ISO, und
Canada /.iu.:  Co.   (16,  making  a 10-
...   of   (171.BO.     It   lhe   preacnl  council
:    not   Reduced   the   ratea   the   total
1   ild  be (1��7.15 per month us against
1    SB, au Increase of 1118.80 a mouth
or   4MS3.20   per   year,   which   is   more
..   _.>  per cent,  interest on   the coal.
.:..- is what .Mayor Taylor calls "reck-
.ind foolish.''
v present there IT new applicants In
��i  district who can be supplied  at a
Ml   11100,  and   will   contribute  un-
. ...   y   $300.
Mr. .lisckowicz' personal Interest in
U11 matter Is not hard lo see. He
�� ia ihe manager of a private line, paid
: 1 hy himself with the assistance of
it. Williams, .1. A. Dewar, W. llouche.
I Carrie and many Others to whom
Mr Jlackowlcs has never accounted. By
the change Mr. Jisckowlcz loses a fee
' |2G on each connection made.
So much for the "reckless and foolish" expenditure by last year's council.
Winn  ubout thlB year?
'I-mens Hei'schel saw uo danger to
He plant from possible falling of rock.
��� 1. so far as we have be.-n Informed, did Cecil Ll. Smith. Hut William
Shackleton did and secured Instruction!
I"" caalng lu the feed pipe with con
'  ���'���       That    was   a   mere   excuse    lie
Boding further employment for Mr.
Bhsckleton, und the cost means that
amount  of money  squandered
Now it la resolved to raise the fori
o��) walls for fear of high water. Last
l-'-ir  lhe  wiiter  Howed  over  tlie   intake
i8 Inches before It waa within aim feel
>>' coming Into Ilie fore bay. The fore
bay walls are I feet 0 inches above tin
storage of water in the fore bay. If tin
water is exceptionally high it might
rise as high as the fore bay walls. But
111 lhe end of the lore bay are two spill
*ays, 22 feet high, and together ill feel
II "le. storing the water In the fore b:i>
b) si���p iog8 W|||, all necessary uppll
"Wes to be lifted 11 allow the fore bav
to empty. All this has been done on
tlie sole recotnnu . latlon of Mr. Shuck
''���"���ii. Dm- two engineers are Ignored
"nd so are all th - experts thai have
'"���"ii engaged.
This also, I submit, Is merely nn sa
'use rn,- giving profitable employment
1,1 Mi'. Shackletoti.
Further, this year's council, guided
''>' Mr. Shackletoti, closed down the
Plant before they were ready with ma
"rial, The work that waa to he com
piste In 25 days at most has lasted near
J>' six weeks nnd tho und ls not tu slglii
rile coat has been Dearly double tin
Wtlmate, nnd there la the extra pax
'""i" to the West Kootenay Power am
Ughl company, if ibis Is not squander
big of money bv recklessness or 'atti
I'lUity. whul la It?
Towards the end of Insl year then
"'���re Insinuations that   1 had cotiverlei
��*R SteiljJ
- /LAN
Will  be delivered    every evening    at
your door for
SO   CENTS  A   MONTH
NELSON. B. C.. FRIDAY. APRIL JO, X908.
Fifty Cents a   month
city property to my own use. Investigation showed the charge to be utterly
unfounded     Every one understood that
Un- Instigator was William Bhackle	
'I bat charge was revived In a sneaking
nnd cowardly way i��� ibis vein's couu
1 il nnd bus again  been disproved.
1 am ready to defend mi the platform
my private character, my public oareei
und my administration of Hie city,
agninsi any thing Mayoi Taylor may
nave to charge, 1 true! thai be will
eltber arrange to make hia charges and
crlilclsnis publicly when- I can reply
on behalf ol insi years council, or have
the common decency to stop making
them from the shelter ol the council
chamber 1 am,
Yoins sincerely,
SV. (1   i.ill.l.ivi T.
Boy Duellist Fined.
Kingston, April 111���-Today John Tyo.
ag.-d 18, was convicted of (hooting
Arthur Rellly and fined (:;ii and coats.
This waa the duel episode In Cataraqul
Marsh on  Marcli   17lh.
Not on Sunday.
Toronto. April 10���Mr Justice Clute
gave Judgment In a staled case today
Involving lhe sale of candies and aoft
drinks which In effeel is that restaur-
am licenses do not entitle holders to
sell candies or soft drinks 011 Sunday
even if the articles are removed from
the   premises.
Cleansing  Toronto.
Toronto, April 10���Toronto police police are making efforts to get al the
thugs responsible lor numerous holdups that have occurred iu the city recently. Toduy tleo. Flack, a criminal
with a record, was arrested on the
charge of having assaulted Mrs. Iluvls,
at lu Yung,- street, on March 20. I-Tack
Is alleged to baie entered Mrs. Davis'
residence), struck the woman on the
head wiih ti revolver and not away
with $20. lie was recently released
from  Kingston  penitentiary.
Japanese Money No Good.
Hong Kong, April 10.���The Chinese
money changers of I long Kong are Bup-
porting the existing boycott against the
Japanese arising from the Tatsu Main
incident, by refusing 10 accept Japanese
bunk notes even at a discount.
Ten Colliers Killed.
Hath. Eng., April to���Ten minors
lost their lives iu the Norton Hill colliery in Somersetshire today us the result of an explosion of coal gas. The
first rescue party to go down were overpowered hy the fumes In the mine and
were saved only with the greatest difficulty. One of the nils In a precarious
condition.
Burns vs. Johnson.
New York. April 1.0.���Billy Nell, manager of Tlmmy liurns. the pugilist, who
Is now in Kngland, arrived here on tbe
steamer l.uslliinin. Neil will try to arrange a match with Johnson and it is
said he  will  cover Johnson's deposit of
$2.iioo with 12,600 additional.
WELCOME TO PREMIER
London    Crowds   Give    Warm   Greeting
to  Hon.   Mr.  Asquith���Bulletin on
Ex-Premier  Less Hopeful.
London. April 10.-   Herbert  Henry As
ipilth.   Ibe   newly   appointed   premier   "I
Qreat    Britain    in    succession  to sir
Henry Campbi I! linnnorman, returned
to London this morning from Biarritz,
where In- has been in conference wilh
King Edward. He was given u Battering welcome by the large crowds that
had assembled at lhe railroad station.
The in- ler will have several conferences with his colleagues before announcing his ministerial appointments,
PETITION OTTAWA
Vancouver Business Men
Oppose Regulation.
BLOW TO  LUMBERMEN
Public Meeting Endorses Resolution
of Board of Trade���Canada
from Ocean to Ocean.
Vancouver, April IU.���A large and
representative gathering of lumbermen,
uilll and business men, affected by the
order ot the Dominion government respecting the operation ol timber licenses within tlie railway bell convened
last evening. The meeting passed a
resolution which tully stated the coudi
tioua existing and the hardship lhat
would be worked on the buaiueas lu
teiest of British Columbia should the
order be enforced. A petition, the
terms of which were similar lo those
of lhe resolution, was prepared aud
circulated among those present, aud
will b..- more extensively circulated before   being  forwarded to  Ottawa.
Since lhe establishment of the lead
industry in Canada the American product uo longer enteis the country.
\\ bile a limited amount of lOugliah re-
lined lead ia sold lu Canada, the pro-
duel of tbe mines of British Columbia
now leads iu the home market aud ls
winning first place in the markets of
China, Japan and Australia. British
Columbia is able to compete with Aus
tiaiau refiners aud more than a year
ago the invasion of the Australian nmr
k.-t began. Such was the essence of
the statements made by Mr. W. H.
Aldridge, managing director of the Canadian Consolidated Mining and Smell
ing Company, of Trail, who is iu th.
city.
Probably the best indication of the
rapid development of Vancouver as Uncommercial centre of the west are the
{statistics of the inland revenue depart
)mcnt for the liscal year ending March
UlsL The statement handed down ls
tin best one In the history of Ihe department in this city and there la
every reason to believe Vancouver will
lead   all   cities  of  the   Dominion.
The figures show that for the past
5 years there haa been a substantial
increase. For the fiscal year ending
last week, Ihe collections totalled $438,-
010.30 aa against 1801,088.44 of the previous year. Only nine montha are included in IhelUoT statement aa during
that year tlie date of the end of tho
Dominion fiscal year was altered from
June 110 to .March ill of each year.
London, April  10,���The condition or
Sir Henry Canipbell-ltannerniiin has undergone a serious change during tin-
past twenty-four hours and Ib now the
cause of grave anxiety. The bulletin
Issued this morning says that though
Sir Henry passed a restful night, his
weakni as bus Increased. Onlv yesterday 11 was pointed out that his physicians permitted him (o sit up in bed
and rend the newspaper, but those
knowing the real slate or Sir Henry's
health confess that this Tact gave them
no   hope   us   the   patient's   vitality   is
gradually lowering.
Calgary, April 10.���There la considerable adverse criticism In the city over
the action of Rev. U. W. Klrby, of the
Central Melhodist church, ln performing lhe marriage ceremony for "Big
Boy," the huge negro chef at a local
hotel, and  Kthel  Page,  a  white girl  ol
tender years,   The Page girl appeared
111 court a few days ago on u charge of
being 11 prostitute and waa later examined as to her sanity. "Big Boy"
posed In local sporting circles as a prize
fighter. He was chased out of the ring
on one occasion by ^��at Adams In the
second round.
Further Confiscation.
Paris, April 10.���The government haa
accepted the senate's amendment with
reference 10 tin- ecclesiastical property
devotion bill whereby monies left for
musses I'm- tin- repose of souls of the
ill-mi shall be handed over to the societies for lb'' assistance of aged and Infirm pi'leflta.
Calgary. April 10.���F. L. Richardson,
general manager of the Dominion Fair,
whose name hus frequently been
brought forward as a city commissioner, made a Statement last night posl
lively refusing to accept the office or
allow his name to be put up.
Calgary. April 10���In connection with
the safe blowing robbery lust Monday
In Calgary the police have been working night and day on the case and
though they refuse to give any Information it ls understood that they secured some Important evidence that
connects at least two of the men with
lhe case. So far the suspects have not
secured the services of a lawyer, though
the police have given them every opportunity  of doing so.
Toronto. April 10.���By a vote of 55 to
21 the Ontario legislature last night
Voted down a motion to amend the
three-fifths clause of Ihe local option
law.     The   motion   wns   Introduced   by
Preston, member for south Brant,  Pro-
1 vlnclal Secretary  Banna In reply said
the government was not iled down to
the ihree-fifths clause and If, after a
fair trlul, It proved unsuccessful, the
government would be us ready to repeal lhe clause aa It had been to adopt
It, The government will now have tr
face lhe province on this issue.
Halifax, April  io.���The  Empress of
Britain arrived at 1 u. in. and sailed for
St. John ut 8 a. m.
Liverpool, April 10.���The Empress of
Ireland passed Fastnet Friday al 8
a. m.
Toronto, April 19.���.1. A. Leber, charg
ed with attempting tb defraud creditors
hy concealing hia best cigars and tobaccos when assigning his stock, was
fined $100 and coats of sixty days ln
jail. As be had no money tie went down
to serve time.
Kenora, April 10.���At McMillan, a
few miles eaat of here, last night the
engine of 97 westbound struck a' large
boulder that had fallen on the track
from a rock cut and was completely
overturned. Engineer George Love was
fatally hurt, dying before the hospital
waa reached. The fireman, Sanborn,
who jumped in time to save himself,
sustained a few scratches. Passenger
coaches, mail and baggage cars remained on the rack. Engineer Love leaves
a wife and one child.
Toronto, April 10.��� A George, barrister, of Chealey, has been arrested at
the instance of Edward H. Hale, stock
broker, of Toronto, on an alleged chaige
of theft of three hundred shares of stock
In the Sliver Bar Mining company.
Toronto, April 10.���The body of Wm.
Ellis, Davenport -Road, Weat Toronto,
was found last night on the railroad
track. There were no marks on the
body to show that death had occurred
through accident. He was 63 years old
and has a grown up family.
Toronto, April 10.���A settlement of
the long continued strike of plumbers
is in alght. Tlie organisation of niaater
plumbers and steam litters' association
will work In harmony with the employees' union.
Kingston. April 10.���Mrs. Jas. Lock-
head, of CentrevIIle, aged forty, slipped
on a neighbor's steps and fell to the
pavement striking her head, resulting
in death.
Toronto. April 10.���As a result of a
conference between representatives of
the Ontario branch of the Dominion Alliance and Provincial Secretary Hanna.
temperance people look for an amendment to the three-fifths clause In the
local option law.
Niagara Falls. April 10.���P. Creegan.
ex-collector, pleaded guilty yesterday to
the charge of theft of taxes collected
hy him during 1905-07, full restitution
having been made to the municipality,
the magistrate after giving Creegan
some good advice dismissed him on suspended  Bentence.
St. John, N. P.., April 10.���Members of
the New Brunswick temperance federation at the first session of the Hazen
government, which meets April 20th.
will present a petition for a prohibitory
liquor law for New Brunswick.
I-ondon, April 10.���Herbert Hett. convicted of embezzling the funds of the
Strathroy Brewing company, was sentenced this morning to five years in
Kingston penitentiary.
Montreal, April 10.���For the first time
since the night of his many murders,
John Dillon, lying on his bed at the general hospital, haa opened his lips and
has given the officer on guard some explanation of his awful deedB. Dillon
told Detective McCall tbat he waa determined not to be arreated. that he
would sooner be shot first. With this
determination ln hia heart, he watched
Constable Foucalt coming up the stairs
and deliberately fired upon him, hoping
that the bullet would kill him. That
srot transformed every faculty within
him. he says. He could see nothing
but red. When he rushed back to his
room the whole atmosphere seemed red
Eeverything was covered with blood.
Then he recollected all, nnd said to
himself: "Now that I have ahot one
man. 1 will ahoot every man on tin
force before being captured." Then he
shot Shea. A little later he recognized
Detective Carpenter In the crowd, and
determined that he should die. After
he had shot Carpenter he looked for
Campeau for he wanted to kill him also,
but he could never see him clearl>)>
enough to be certain.
Likely Purchaser Found.
His Worship Mayor Taylor has
received a telegram from Aenitl-
ius Jarvla und company, of Toronto, stating that they hnve given
an option, till Tuesday, April 1 Itli,
on the city school debentures, to
a likely purchaser in Scotland.
The telegram, which Is in reply
to one sent hy Mayor Taylor urging haste, states that the proposed
new Issue of $85,000 bonds. Is affecting the prospects of sa'e in
Canada, but thnt if a new issue
could he secured on suitable terms,
they would buy both.
New Union.
A union organizer has been In the
city lately and the result Is that an ap
plication haa been sent to headquartei'R
for a charter for a local of electrical
Workers. There are about 30 men in
Nelson  quulilled  for membership.
TAKEN BY BOARD
Publicity Bureau Now On
Firm Basis
SECRETARY APPOINTED
Nelson Board of Trade Has Committee
ou . dvertising���Lumbermen's
Request Endorsed.
As anticipated yesterady the board of
trade unanimously decided al last
night's meeting to continue the work of
the publicity bureau and to accept the
financial poaition, the assets and liabilities of that Institution. A capable
committee was appointed to manage it
and the services uf E. K. Beeston have
bueu secured as secretary of board and
bureau, which Is a guarantee of elficl-
ency.
The next most Important matter at
lasl night's meeting was the endorsa-
tlou of the British Columbia lumber-
uien'a request, through the Vancouver
board of trade, for pi-olectioti against
unfair American competition, by the
imposition of a duty of %'i per thousand
on rough lumber and UO cents per
thousund ou shingles.
The board met iu the court house
lust night al 8.30. Among those present
were F. A. Slaikey, in tile chair, f. U.
Ebbutt, Jas. Johnstons, J. M. Lay, D. C.
McMorris, T. G. Procter, G. Horstead,
S. A. Kelly, W. G. Gillett, J. L. Buchan.
I. O. Nelsou, A. W. Dyer, A. Lean, W.
A. Anstle, L. B. de Veber, F. L. Ham
inond, F. J. Deane, II. E. Douglas, G. P.
Wella, E. W. Widuowaou. W. H. Jones,
F. M. Black, E. F. Glgot. R. W. Drew.
J. J. Campbell, E. K. Beeston. G. O.
Buchanan, A. It. Docksteader and others.
The minutes of the last meeting were
read and adopted. The resolution of
the Vancouver board of trade advocating a duty on rough lumber, which
had been laid on the table at the last
meeting was then read again and taken
up.
W. A. Anstle moved, seconded by 1.
G. Nelaon, that the resolution be endorsed, asking for a duty of $2 per
thousand on rough lumber and 30 cents
per thousand  on ahingles.
In the dlacuaalon that followed Mr.
Anstle said the antidumping clause as
applied to lumber, waa of very doubtful
value. He admitted the generally unsympathetic attitude of the Dominion
'government and the doubt as to the
duty  being granted.
J. M. Lay supported the resolution
on the ground that It was the only unprotected Induatry on the continent.
G. P. Wells declared that no one ln
British Columbia had made a dollar by
the manufacture of lumber.
I. G. Nelaon reminded the board that
a simitar resolution had been passed
unanimously   three  years  ago.
JanieB Johnstone remarked that the
present high prices of lumber were retarding even necessary building ln Nelson.
O. P. Wells showed (hat even by a
comparison of extremes, the possible
difference in the cost of lumber could
not affect the price of a building by
more than three per cent. Mr. Anstle
also  replied   to  similar objections.
Mr. AUBtle'a motion was then paased
without   opposition.
Secretary Elibutt's resignation wat
then formally accepted.
The Kootenay Wire Works, .1. T.
Bealby and S. A. Wye were elected
members of the board without ballot.
Communications were then read. They
Included: one from the Canadian Manufacturers' Association on the subject of
Uniform bills of lading, which was referred to the freight Kates oommlttee,
as waa another referring to cartage
charges: one from the Vancouver bonril
of trade referring to coasting laws, the
Alaska-Yukon exhibition, and the lead
bounty, the second and third had nl
ready been dealt with: the first urging
that all traffic rrom port to port In Canada be In British bottoms, was endorsed
on the motion of R. W. Drew. One
asking for fruit land Information had
already been answered. One front nn
Italian In Toronto Inquiring about labor
demand, nnd another from a laborer lo
the same purpose, had al ready been
answered. The Victoria board of trade's
request    for    Information on  the  lead
bounty had also been answered.
A letter from the secretary of" the Dominion Fair had been referred to the
Fair directors. A further letter from
the Toronto publication which had advertised Nelaon without ordera was
filed. A letter from New WestmlnBter
asking what grant the city made for
advertising had been answered. Several letters from the Calgary and other
Alberlap boards of trade referred to the
lead bounty informing the board of
their endorsement.
At the president's suggestion the
thanks of tlie board were tendered to
ttie various Albertau boards uf trade.
A letter trom u Winnipeg real estate
firm, the Rogers Realty company,
auowed thai reuectioua on other firms
had been instigated from Nelson, they
thought actuated by local jcaiousy.
T'ney suggested thai auy charges ot
mibiepreseuianon anouid be made directly  Urst.
T. G. Procter then introduced the
queatiou ot tne boaids unueriuKiug me
..onouct of tne publicity ouieuu. ue
luuu^iu the whole question wua 100
faituiiar to leauiie uiu.e man mention.
Tne motion was aupporlea by J. ja.
Lay and by G. P. Vveus, who siaieu
mat ao far guaranteed subaci lptions totalled $zlb cash and *it>9 per uioniu
from business aud protessional men:
others had not yet been approacheu.
The assets were about $750, the liabilities }50il.
The motion lhat the board assume
the assets and liabilities of the late
20,000 club, and conduct the work ot
the publicity bureau as a department
of the board was carried unanimously.
A committee of five, ln addition to
the president and aecretary, to hold
office lor alx mouths, was resolved
upon.
Applications for the secretaryship
were then read, from E. K. Beeston and
A. W. Dyer. A. B. Docksteader made
a verbal conditional application, and
T.   Luckhurst  an   Informal   application.
T. G. Procter suggested that the
salary be fixed before the appointment
were made. On motlop of D. C. Mc
Morris the salary was fixed at 175, of
which |50 should be chargeable to the
publicity department and $25 from the
board's general treasury.
A. B. Docksteader withdrew his application and the board proceeded to
ballot on the other three after informal
dlacuasion, and the choice fell on Mr.
Beeston.
The president then appointed Messrs.
Lay, Gillett, Wella, Buchan and Beer
as the first publicity committee, and It
was agreed that the secretary's engagement should be monthly.
On motion of E. F. Glgot a very-
hearty vote of thanks was tendered to
the retiring secretary, P. G. Ebbutt. for
his faithful and efficient services.
The president suggested a board of
trade excursion to Spokane ln June.
A committee, consisting of Messrs.
Procter. Anstie and Wells, was appointed to look into the matter and report.
The regular monthly accounts for
March were passed and the board adjourned. ��
WANT BETTER SERVICE
British     Postal     Authorities     Suggect
Closer  Mall  Connections
at Vancouver.
Montreal, April 10.���A London special
cable Bays It is understood although no
offtoia! information is obtainable that
the British government has decided to
renew the subsidy to the Canadian Pacific Empress mail service on the Pacific on certain stipulations. The post
office department Intimated when the
present temporary renewal was arrang
ed the necessity of closer connections
between railways and steamship service on the Pacific coast. This will
presumably present no ser|ous dlffi
culty.
Canadian Pacific authorities here
have received no word as to the renewal contract from the old country
for  the  far east.
Chinese Hero Dead.
L.os Angeles, April 10.���Years of pain
and agonizing death followed the brave
act of Wong Fung, a Chinaman rancher, who seven years ago saved the lives
of scores of passengers by closing an
open switch on the Southrn Pacific railway. Wong died at the county hospital today. The Chinaman had a ranee
on one of the southern branchea of the
Southern Pacific. A passenger train
was due and Wong started to turn the
switch in plnce. The rail swung Into
place Just as the train hit it. Wong
fell and one of the steps of the coaches
hit aim across the back. At the hospl-
tal where he was sent a heavy plaster
cast was fixed to Wong's body and he
remained in il until he died.
SIFTON JO SPEAK
tx-Minisler Will Testify
Gn Land Deals
KASLO MAN INVOLVED
Investigate C. F. Caldwell's  Coal
Land Applications���General
Notes of Parliament.
Ottawa, April 10.���Hon. Q. P. Graham
bas been invited to a.Ureas the Victorian Club of Boston on Empire Day and
will accept If his parliamentary duties
will not prevent him.
The senate held a very brief sitting
yesterday. It will adjourn today for
probably a month.
Representatives of the weekly press
of the Dominion saw Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Hon. R. Lemieux and Dr. Coulter
yesterday in reference to tbe question
of postal rates.
The question at Issue was tbe new
regulation ot four cents a pound on
newspapers sent to tbe United States,
imposed last year. Instead of the old
rate of a quarter of a cent a pound. Tbe
regulations have been modified for the
daily press, and tbe bona Ode weekly
newspapers consider tbe same concession should be made to them. Assurances were given tbat the weekly press
would receive every reasonable consideration. It is likely that domestic rates
will be allowed to the frontier and then
the publishers will have to make their
own arrangements with the American
authorities.'
In the commons public accounts committee today Ames renewed his request
that evidence in regard to the investigation of the western timber lands sales
should be reported to the house, but
McDonald, member for Ptctou, urged
delay in order to permit of more evidence being taken and alao to give ait
opportunity to Sifton to be heard. He
moved for postponement until April 24
which was carried by a vote of 19 to 9.
The connection of F. H. Clergue with
north west coal grants was then taken
up. Clergue was represented by H. C.
Hamilton, K. C. C. F. Caldwell, who
put ln applications, 235 in number. In
the names ot^ell boys and charwomen .
ln the Russell house, secured 2,720 acres
which were assigned to Clergue. Hamilton had discussed the matter with
Caldwell at Clergue's request and when
he learned of the applications he
thought It a funny thing to do.
The senate met this morning In order
to dispose of all urgent business on the
order paper before adjournment over
the Easter holidays.
Postmaster General Lemieux has Issued an order prohibiting mall carriers
from using mail conveyances for the
carriage of liquor. Hereafter a stipulation to that effect will be inserted ln all
mail carriers' contracts, violation of
which will Involve cancellation of contract. ,
Department Store for Rossland.
A deal of considerable importance
has just been consummated which will
give Rossland another departmental
store, mainly devoted to handling dry
goods, fancy goods, atationery and
books. The H. S. Wallace Co., Ltd..
has purchased the dry goods stock-in-
trade of Hunter Brothers. For the purpose of properly housing this stock the
premises adjoining Wallace's store,
owned by Goodeve Bros., have been
leased for a period of five years, and ls
to be thoroughly renovated nnd refitted
and turned into a SO by 100 foot store.
As soon as these alterations are completed tbe stock of dry goods now ln
the store on West Columbia avenue Is
to be removed to the new premises. It
ls tbe intention to cut communicating
archways through from the Wallace
building to the Goodeve block, so as to
turn the two Into a departmental store
with a floor space of 60 by 100 feet.
Lewis Is Not Mitchell.
Springfield, 111., April 10.���Late last
night the state convention af the Illinois Mine Workers, by a vote of 476 to
1S6 after a debate lasting all day, turned down the appeal of National President Thomas Lewis ot the United Mine
Workers of America, that the miners
of Illinois send representatives from
the local unions to the Interstate conference which he has called for April
14 at Toledo, Ohio.
ni
m 1 ���j9 Deafly Canadian
": t
Important Notice to Newcomers and Intending Settlers
The Hudson's Bay Stores
ARK HEADQUARTERS FOR
Ranchers', Miners', Prospectors',
Lumbermen's and Railroadmen's
Stippplies   and   the    Leading
FAMILY   GROCERS
We keep the best of everything, and the best only.
Our Immense business and practically unlimited capital give us sped;
a-diantages in buying, so that we can   sell,   and    do    sell,    HIGH    CLASS
GOODS at   prices generally  charged  for INFERIOR   ARTICLES.
Flour, Bran, Shorts and Hay Always in Stock
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
Capital Authorized   810,000,000    Capital   Paid   up $4,925,000
Rast     $4,925,000
D   K   WILK1E. President.
HON   ROtSEKT JAFKKAY, Vice-President
Branches to British Columbia:
AKKOWHEAD,       aOLDKN,       NELSON,      REVELSTOKB.
VANCOUVER,    VICTORIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
CRANBROOK
Interest  allowed on  deposits  from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
MBUalON BMAivct-i ��J��   IVIai   LAY%  Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated  A. D.  1869.
HEAD OFFICE,  MONTREAL.
Capital $3,900,000     Reaerve Fund ,  S.4,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinda of Banking  Busmes8.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to the
a. ngs Bank Department, and
merest    credited    Quarterly    on
savings Bank Accounta.
HOME SAVINGS BANKS Furnished
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
Put-llced nx .-.��;i s wees by the
ClSiKii J"CBU=HI-Nii OOHfAMY, Ltd.
Baser St..  Nelson. B. C
S-UDscrlpuoQ rates, ttu cents s rnomb. delivered
in tut cur, or sj.w a year it sent by mall, when
paid in a j ....   -
Advertising -ales on application.
All monle* pal-l in fceiuemeni ot The bally
Canadian aeeonsta, either Iur subscriptions or
adTtnlslnx. rnuBl be receipted ,'or on trie printed
lorms ol tne '.ompany. other receipts are Dot
valid.
Friday,  April   10,  1908.
DEFENDING   -THIN    RED    LINE.'
In ttie i��cue ol tne Manitoba Free
Press of Monday last, we find the following article, which we insert in ils
entirety, which seeks to justify thu
outra^eou.-j bi.l oi Aylesworth, legalizing the drawing of Lhe 'thin red line"
through   the   British   Columbia   voters'
,.st-- .
'In British Coiuuibia the system lias
hitherto been tu prepare voters' lints
only when they were needed lor lhe
piuvincial elections. Such lists, if not
Inure than a year old, became, under
tue Uouiimou law as it has hitherto
stood, the lists for Dominion elections;
If more tbau a year old, the Federal
authority made new lists, according to
the provincial system. This year the
.Mcbnde government, taking a leaf out
of the Roblin government's book, is
making new lists, in view of the Dominion elections; and presently we may
expect to hear from Premier McBride a
loud echo of -Mr. Robert Rogers' outbursts of righteous indignation that the
Dominion parliament should dare to legislate as it Judges best in regard to
Dominion   voters'   lists."
In the editorial columns of the same
issue, there are several columns devoted to a Justification of the said bill
to -Manitoba and its voters' lists. We
don't profess to write re the law and
practice in Manitoba, but we are familiar with these in this province. We
have before us the "Provincial Klec-
tions'   Act"   and   amendments   thereto,
and kjiow their provisions; and we
know that the above article from the
Free Press has been written hy one
who ls utterly ignorant of their provisions, and who is writing for those
who will not know that he is ignorant of such  provisions.
According to tbe provisions of the
British Columbia" Provincial Elections'
Act," and amendments thereto, the voters' lists in this province are revised twice every year. Up to the last
Monday in the months of March and
September, applications of those who
regard themselves entitled to be placed on tho list may be filed with the
registrar of voters in each riding. Tbey
are accordingly placed there. (See
sub-section C of section 10 of tbe Act J.
Then under the provisions of sub.-section D, every registrar of voters is
required to hold a court of revision
for lhe purpose of striking off the list
any name which may he improperly
there; and this court is held In the
presence of the objector, the person
Objected to, tin ir legal representatives,
and of any other persons who may desire to be present Also under the provisions of Section 2G of the said act,
an appeal lies from any decision of
a registrar of voters to the Judge of
the county court of the county ln which
any   riding lies.
Is not this as fair as it can well be
made? This occurs twice every year.
If the Manitoba Free Press cannot
make out a stronger case in regard to
the Manitoba voters' list than that
which it presents in regard to the B. C.
voters' list, its argument as to the need
of such a bill as that of Aylesworth is
weak  indeed.
The McBrlde government is this year
pursuing its usual course, that prescribed by the British Columbia "Provincial Elections Act." On the 30th day
of March, the time was up for adding
names to the list -if those who regarded themselves as entitled to be added
that is names in addition to those previously on.    On the  JMh day of April,
the time will be up for objecting to
any name which will appear. On the
first Monday In May, the registrars
will hold their courts of revision. These
dates are statutory. The appeals to
judges of the county courts will be
heard as the dales are arranged with
the  respective judges.
Tbe act Is not a very recent enactment, as it was passed in the session
nt 1003-04. No change of Importance
hus been made in it since its enactment��� no change at least 111 regard to
uny matter mentioned here. The Free
Press might, therefore, study the act
or not write about Its provisions. In
this case, however, it simply displays
its utter Ignorance of that concerning
which it writes. That however is nothing unusual in the columns of the Free
I'ress.
EDITORIAL  COMMENT.
"Nil nisi bontim de mortuis" is a sentiment that does honor to human nature. It ls low to speak ill of the dead.
But to what extent can posthumous eulogy atone for utter neglect of the living? The local Liberal organ can find
no terms of adulation too exaggerated
to expiess its worshipful affection for
W. A. Galliher, M. P., now lhat he has
announced his retirement, it has been
remarked by scores in Nelson, Liberals
as well as Couseivatives, that this ls
tbe first occasion on which Mr. Galliher
has received any personal praise from
the party organ of his home city. Of
course the explanation is obvious. But
our contemporary should not overdo it.
If Mr. Galliher discovers that he is a
towering political genius his heart may
relent, and he may decide not to deprive his country of the service of such
splendid talent. And then what fond
aspirations would be killed?
Liberal organs are extolling the courage of Sir Wilfrid Laurier in permitting
an investigation of departments of the
public service. The fact that a sane
man can write in such a strain shows
the depths to which Canadian politics
have sunk. It is the inalienable right
of any representative of the people to
demand aud obtain an investigation on
the slightest suspicion of wrong doing.
Cannot the Liberal editors see that
when they describe Sir Wilfrid Laur-
ier'suctas courageous they not only forget the fundamental right of parliament but they admit tbat there was
every probability of crimes being exposed, and that Sir Wilfrid knew it.
If he believed that all was well ln the
departments, what was there courageous in iic-rmitting an investigation? Of
course he might have appointed men as
commissioners as corrupt as the ministers but surely not even a Liberal
organ means to offer such a plea publicly.
INOTICE.
Tune notli-e thai Alfred Edvsrd Watts, of
WattsburK. British Colombia, lumberman, tn
lends to apply ior permission to lease the following described laud, situate uesr t-rocter on
Hie soulh shore of the wen arm of Kootenav
Lake, more particularly described as follows:
Commanclng al tli* northwest corner of Lot 4
of Ixii sua, GfrOuP 1, wtsi Kootenay District,
thence 1680 feet (i, 4.1 ihslns) wenlerly along the
nouth shore line ol the went arm ol Kootsnay
Lake aud bel-<x the north boundary of cot 4 of
l.ot Hull lo the northweat comer ol Lot 4 of Lot
800, theuce 2-2W feel<:w S5chains)along tbe south
shore line of the wait arm ot Kootenay Lake and
being the north boundary ot Lol 16 ol Lot 306,
Oroilp 1. West Kooteuay flUtrlc-t; theuce north
132 feet t'l chains); thanoa easterly 3��oo leet
(GO-DO chains) aud parallel with ttie south shore
line of tiit- west inn of Kooteuay Lake; tbence
Miulh 132 (eel 12 chains) to point of catnmence-
ineul, and containing 120 acrea, more or less
Hated tills ISth day of February. A. It., UK*
A. X.   WAITS.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"April Pool" No. 2 Mineral I'lsim, altuste
in the Nelson Minnie tllvlsljunf Weal Kootenav
Dlstrlot.
Where located: Between Eagle and Bandy
creek*, and about oue half mile from the 1-oor-
mau Mill.
I ake nollce lhat 1, F O, (Ireen, acting an agent
for J. F Hweilherg. Free Miner's < Vrl ill. ate -No.
B7475, Intend, sixty dnys from the dale hereof,
to apply to the Mining Kecorder for a Certificate
of Improvements, tor the purpose of obtaining a
lTown Oram of the above claim.
And further take notice that action under
aee'lou 37, mu-i I ������ commenced before ths Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
tialed this '2sth day ot Jauuary. A, Il , 1907.
F. U.GREKN,
Nelson. II  C.
CITY OF NELSON.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up until b o'clock p. m.,
April 13th next, for the position of caretaker of the Tramway Park. Applicants
to state the amount they are willing to
pay for the privilege of selling refreshments and renting bathing boxes (to
he erected by the applicant.) The use
of the pavilion being reserved by the
city.
By Order,
W.  E. WASSON,
City Clerk.
Nelson, April 8tb, rjus
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Kootenay Ice and Fuel Co.
Limited
OFFICII:
N.E.coi. Baker   and   Ward   Sts.
NOTICE.
TO ELECTRIC LIGHT CONSUMERS:
No change will be made in the rate
fixed by the late or an) future Inspec-
tion until the next regular inspection is
made; and all Inspections will he made
without notice or warning to the consumer. Any person refusing admittance
lo the inspector will Immediately have
his or her light cut off and the saint-
will not be again connected except sub
ject to a raise in rates charged of at
least   twenty-five   per   cent.
Electric Flat Irons, Heaters
and Electric Power.
Any person using electric fiat Irons,
electric heaters or electric jwwer without reporting the same to the City Clerk
within 30 days from this date, will be
proceeded against for THEFT of electrical current, pursuant to the Criminal
Code of Canada.
By Order.
W.   E.   WASSON,
City Clerk.
Nelson, B. C, April 7th, 1908.
Cancellation of Reserve.
Notice Is hereby given tbat the reserve over
certain lands ia Soulb-Easl Kootenay, notice of
wblcb apyeared In tne British Columbia Gazette
of the 14th of August, IBM aud bore date of August 12th. 18tai, ls hereby cancelled The above
mentioned lands will tie opeu for location under
the Land Act on March 30, 1908
ROBT A. RENWfCK.
Deputy Commissioner ot Lauds and Works
Lands and Works Department.
Victoria. R C. December 16th. 1907.
Tremont House
jXuroDeaa ��ud Amprii'm Flan
Mea.li ttt ?u.   Boomi from jc eta. to 11.
ooiy white Baip employed.
MALONK   &   TREUILLU8
Bttir Bt.. Nelson Propria.on
Athabasca
Saloon...
CORNEK
BAILER AND
KOOTENAY
STREETS.
Most comfortable quarters      Nelson
Only the best of Liquors and Cigars
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN    IVEN8 JNO.   PHILBERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated snd refurnished. Rooms 60 cents upward The
dining room la unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. ERIOKSON, Proprietor
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court Rous*
and Postofflce. Nelson, It. C.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Btreet, Nelion, B. C��
RATE8  $2  PER   DAY
laargo   mud   Comfortable   Bedroom    and  Firit
clan Dining Boom.
MRS.   E.  C.  CLARKE,   Proprietress.
Bartlett   House
GBO, W. BABTLKTT,
.Proprietor.
Best DoIUr-a-Day House in Nelson.
Tbe Bar la the Plneat.
Whin-  Help Only Employed
'wophjne Bt
Nelion. B. ft
Royal Hotel
KM, WILLIAM kobkrth;
raoraisTaass.
Rates fl and (1.60 a Day.
Special Ratea to Retrnlnr Boarders
Tenders Wanted For the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Tenders addreHscd to the undersigned, at his office In the Court Mouse,
ln the City of Nelson, will be received
up till the hour of live o'clock In the
afternoon of Monday. Miiv 4th, 1 !ni��.
for the purchase of the "Sitting Hull"
mineral claim. Lot 2090, (Iroup 1, Kootenay District, which was declared lo be
forfeited to the Crown at the tax sale
held ln the City of Nelson on I In- 8th
day of November, 1906, (or delinquent
WATCH FOR   OUR  FRIDAY BARGAIN SALE;
Fred   Irvine & Co.
NEW STUNNING STYLES
FOR SPRING ARE NOW READY
We are showing this week some lovely models in Ladies' Costumes for
Easter   Season,
Jackets and coats are somewhat eccentric In their shapes, one beinfj
made of two pieces and joined along shoulder, forming waists with sleeves.
Butterfly, Angef and Japanese steeves nre shown in many models with pleated
Skirts, with flare bottoms trimmed with same wide bands of material and
strappings.      We   Invite   your   attention.     Come and aee them.
Pretty  White  Skirts for  spring  wear.      Splendid   stock   of   Ladies'   Dress
Skirts.
SPRUNG  EASTER
TRIMMED    HATS
More  new,  lovely  models just  in   by  express.     Soe them  on  second  floor.
New Dress Material and Silk just   received.
Fred Irvine & Co.
6*
AOEINTS BUTTrikICK   PATTERNS
taxes  up till June 30th, 1905 and costs.
The upset price upon thw said mln-
era] claim, which includes the amount
of delinqut-nt taxes and costs at tho
time of forfeiture with Interest, taxes
which have since accrued, costs of ad-
vertlsliig and fee for (.'rown Grant
i$25.0ii) is ($170,00) which Is th,- least
amount that will be considered as a
tender.
Kach tender must be accompanied
by an accepti-d cheque for the full
amount of the tender payable to the
order of tho Deputy Commissioner of
Lands and Works, at Victoria. H. <'.
at par.
Dated at Kelson, II. C, this Sth dav
of April, 1908.
II \KItY  WRIGHT,
Gov't  Agent,  Nelson,   IS.   C.
Tenders Wanted For the  Purchase of a
Mineral   Claim.
Tendi-rs addressed to tin- undersigned, at  bis otllci* iii tin- l'cunt   House,  in
the city of Nelson, will be received
up till tin- hour of five o'clock, ln the
afternoon of Monday, May 4th, 1908,
for the purchase of the 'Yellow Jack '
mineral claim. Lot 2i'.S9, Croup 1, Kootenay District, which was declared to
lie forfeited to tin* Crown at the lax
sale hold ln tho City of Nelson mi tbe
6th day of November 1905, for delinquent taxes up till June 80th, 1905
and   costs.
The upset price upon the said mineral claim, wbich Includes the amount of
dt-lliiqiit-rit   taxes and  cosis al   tin-  time
of forfeiture with Interest, taxes wblcb
have since accrued, costs of advertising; and tee for (.'rown Grant (12*5.00)
Is (112-1.75) which is the least amount
that win be considered as a tender.
Kach tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque for the full
amount of the tender payable to Unorder of tho Deputy Commissioner of
Lands and Works, at Victoria, II. C, at
par.
Dated at Nelson, it. ('., this cth day
of April, 1908.
HARRY   WRIGHT,
fiov't.   Agent.   Nelson,   B.   C.
Tenders Wanted For the Purchaae of a
Mineral    Claim.
Tenders addri-ssi-d to tbe Undersigned, at his office In the Court House, in
the City of Nelson, will be received up
till the hour of five o'clock In tht- afternoon of Monday. May 4th. 1908, for the
purchase of the "Bitting Hull Fraction"
mineral claim. Lol 2693, Group I, Kootenay District, wblcb was declared to
be forfeited to the Crown at the tax
sale held In the City of Nelson on the
8th dny of November, 1905, for delinquent taxes up till June .KJtli, 190G
and  costs.
The upset price upon the said miner
al claim, which includes the amount
of delinquent taxes and cosis at tba
time of forfeiture with Interest, taxes
which have since accrued, cosis of ad
ionising and fee for Crown Grant
($26.00) Is ($64 I'll which Is lhe least
amount   that   will   he   considered   as   a
tender.
BSacb tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque for the full amount of the lelidei pavahle to the older   of   the   Deputy  Commissioner   of
Lands   und   Woiks,   at   Victoria,   l!    r
at  par.
Dated at Nelson, II. C, this Cth day
of April, 1908.
II HillY  WRIGHT,
Govt  Agent,  Nelson,  it.  C.
Tenders   Wanted  for   the   Purchaae  of a
Mineral   Claim.
Tenders addressed lo the undersigned, ai hia office in the Court House, in
the City c,r Nelson, will be received up
till the hour of live o'clock In the afternoon of Monday. May 4th, 1908 for the
purchase of the "Yellow Jack Fraction"
mineral claim, Lot 2002. Group 1, Kootenay District, which was declared forfeited to tin- Crown at the tax sale
held In the city of Nelson, on the 8th
day of November, 1906, for delinquent
taxes up till June 30th,  1906 and  costs
The upset price Upon the said lllitl
era] claim, which Includes the amount
of delinquent taxes and costs at the
time of the forfeiture with Interest,
taxes which have since accrued, costs
of advertising and fee for Crown Grain
($25.00) Is ($54 l��i which is lhe hast
amount that will be considered as n
tender.
Kach tend, r must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque for Un- full amount of the  tender  payable to ti r-
der of the Deputy Commissioner of
Landa and Works, at Victoria, n. i...
at   par.
Hated at Nelson, II. C��� this Cili dav
of April,  1908.
HARHY   WIUGHT,
Oov'l   Agent,   Nelson,   B,   C
Tendera  Wanted  for  the  Purchaae of  a
Mineral   Claim.
Tenders   addn    - i  to   ihe   underslg-
ed at his office In Hie Conn House. In
the City ot Nelson, will he received up
till th,- li-.in- or five o'clock In lhe afier-
m r Monday, May lib, mux, for tbe
purchase of the "Blue Jack" Mineral
claim, Loi 2688, Group l. Kootenay ids
tricl, whleh was declared to he forfeited lo tin- Crown at the tax sale held In
the City or Nelson on the (1th day of
November, (906, for delinquent taxes
up  till   June  BOth,   1905   nnd   costs.
The upsel price upon Ihe said mineral claim which Includes the amount
of delinquent taxes and costs at the
or fin fell ure  with  interest, taxes  which
which have sine,- accrued, cosis ot advertising and fee for Crown Grant
($25.00) Is ($166.66) which Is the leasl
ami uut thut will be considered ns a
tender.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted chequi for lhe full amount of Uih tender payable to the order or the Deputy Commissioner or
Lands and Works, Victoria, 11. C, at
par.
Dated at Nelson, II. C, this tilb dnv
or April, 1908.
HARRY  WRIGHT,
Gov't   Agent,   Nolson,   II.   C.
Tendera  anted   For the   Purchase   of  a
Mineral   Claim.
Tenders addressed to ihe undersign'
' u, ai his office In the Court Mouse.
In the City or Nelson, will be received
up MII lhe hour of live o'clock In the afternoon of Monday. May 4th, 19(18 for
the purchase or the "Blue Jack Fraction" mineral claim. Lot 2091, Group
1, Kootenay District, which was declar
ed to be rorfeited to tbe Crown it tall
tax sale held In the City uf Nelson oil
the ��tb day of November, 1805. for del
llnquent taxes up till June limn, 1M|
nnd   costs.
The upset price u|sin the said mlMf-L
al claim which Includes the amount al
delinquent taxes and coals at the tlwl
of forfeiture with Interest, taxes wbldl
have since accrued, costs nf adveru>|
lug and fee for Crown Grant ii25.W)|
ia ($68.76) which Is the least amonill
thai   will  be considered as a tender.   I
Kach tender must be acompanied br|
an accepted cheque for the full amoontl
or the tender payable to the order of|
the lieputv Commissioner of Utdll
and  Works, Victoria, II. C, at par.      1
Dated ai Nelson, B. C, this 6th Mil
of April, 1908.
BARRY WIUGHT.
Gov't  Agent, Nelson^U!
Tendera  Wanted for the Purchase ofij
Mineral    Claim.
Tenders addressed to tin- iiiitleTadgn-i
ed. at his ofllce In the Court House, ill
tbe City of Nelson, will !��' rl'"lvedJ?l
till the hour or five o'clock ln the arwr-|
noon of Monday. May .th, IM��, tot'����� I
purchase of the "White Cloud' tnlne-'l
al claim, Ixit 2687, Group 1, Ko)���5";|
District, which was declureil to be ret I
relied to the Crown at the tax ���'I
held In lhe City or Nelson M tW was
dav or November inn.",, f��r <l',"����",l
taxes  up till June .'10th  1905 and cosis. 1
The  DPMI   price  Upon  the ��*M ""'".]
al claim which includes the amourit ��
delinquent taxes ami cosis at tne ��� i
of forfeiture wilh Interest, t'11"*^
have   since  accrued,  costs  of *''",, \
Ing and Tee for Crown (Irani l'-:'1 ' , I
($160.96)    wbich   Is   the  least  *�� ���l
thnt   will   be   consld d   na a "�����", i
Each lender tinisl  lie arriiitilisnleu   .
an  aec.-pled cheque for the full am���
of the   tender payable  to  the /'" ���nj,
the   Deputy   Commissioner    nr    ><       I
and   Works,   Victoria,   B.  C, ��< f * j, i
Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 6tli "������
or April, 1908. ������������MT
HAKIIY  WIUGHI-
Gov't   Agent,  Nelsoti^^.
Tendera  Wanted for the Purchass of�� |
Mineral  Claim.
Tenders  addressed to the WugjW
ed.   at   his  ofllce   In   tbe Court WJ^,.
iu  the City of Nelson, will be/,.'  ,(.
un till the hour of five o'clock Iniu ^
i. .noon or Monday, May-til', '���   ' ���������
' .-   purchase   of   the   "Hattle  W"    .
mineral claim, Lot 1047, Oroupl. w-J,
euay District, which was dociareu   ^
forfeited   to the Crown on thei (
of November, 1904 for dfilfun"cnt
up till June 30th, 1904, and CMta. ^
The upset price upon the ������� ��� , ���(
el claim which includes the 8ro0U'|lnl��
delinquent taxes and c"Hls ,"'.'' ���blch
or forfeiture with interest, t"���dveru>
have since accrued, cosi or ��� .���.noi
Ing and   fee   Tor  Crown  Grant  if      ,
la ($12H.9B) which li '!���'��� JTi,"id"'
that  will   be considered  iih a ���--jj w
Kach tender must be aooompa��     ���,
an accepted cheque for tbiire"    .
of ihe lender payable to u">
ibe   Deputy   Commissioner   o
and   Works,   Victoria,   It.   ' ������
Dated   Nelson,   B.   G���   tin-
or April, 1908.
if
'"i'.iii""
I   |l��f'
Bill   i"
HARRY  WIIM;"^   c,
Uov'l  Agent, Neleon, B- The Daily Canadian
When You Buy Fruit Land
IT  IS WELL  TO   REMEMBER  THAT WHAT  IS  IMPORTANT IS  NOT  THE   FIRST   COST  OF   YOUR   FRUIT
FARM,   BUT   THE   AMOUNT   OF   PROFIT  WHICH   YOUR   FARM   WILL   YIELD   YEAR    BY   YEAR.
DON'T be attracted by cheaper,  inferior or  Inaccessible  lauds   which exist In the  Kootenay, as elsewhere
ul  get the  best.    Take advantage of a double selection.
1, Our selection  waa   made  wlih the  utmost rate at a time when we had the whole district to pick from.
2. Your   selection    made   from ours-thus you get the benefit of a double  and  cumulative selection.
FURTHERMORE,     remember that lo be successful  the following five qualities are absolutely essential:
III.    Title;    (2).    Soil;    (2).   Water;   (4).  Accessibility;   (5). Transportation.
WE SELL OUR OWN LANDS.    We own over 20,000 acres, title perfect.
THE  SOIL  is deep loam  with clay subsoil, free from alone.
THE   WATER  on these lauds  Is   pure  and  abundant  both   lu   running streams aud numerous springs.
THE   MARKET  for your product la  right  at your door on existing lines ot  transportation.
BUT when you buy an orchard Ira.t you want more than Boil;   more than pure water;  more than transpor-
ou;  you want A HOME���A place to live ln���THAT IS WHAT WE HAVE  FOR  SALE.
Post   office, with   dally   mall service;   express trains, stores;  schools���A   home   every   few   steps.    You   get
comforts of civilization combined  with the  pleasure of a  proiltable, healthful aud beautiful rural home.
TERMS���$10 Cash and $10 per Month    for 10 Acres, with liberal diacount   for   larger   payments.
Write   or  call  for   Maps,   Photographs   and   all   information.
Kootenay Orchard Association
Nelson
OWNERS
British Columbia
ut cannot dine on FROG LEGS every day.    We furnish tbe
Staples
>eef,   Pork,    Mutton  and  Veal
Also
Hams, Bacon and hard
With all varieties of
Fresh and Smoked Fish
in the market
Mincemeat oi Finest Quality in ^lass and wood.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
| iaslo, Rossland     NELSON,   13* C�� Boundary
way ritfht n( way,  about  mio  an.I   a half  mi leu
wmtotiyttom tin- northwest oornw of lot wns,
ITOUp 1, KeoU'iiay, ilu-tive smitb Wi chain*,
thenoe ftknl Ht> chHhiH. I hi-lire   north ��0 (-halim to
���onthern bonnoary of sai.i riKiitof Mai, tbanoi
Wvlt 80 chaliii aloiiR said .(���ihUitu bmiinlnry to
|hi1iu oi .'oumifiH vim "I, nii'l cuuiaiulug &M
aires, more or U*m
Dau-ii November9th, l*1^
ALEXANDER J    MYCOOL.
NeUnii Land Dl-ttrlci    Diairtciol VW'il Kmneuay
'I'alit* DO 111'" ' '"' '   ���"" hit riliils.   net I ti u at st nfi'tl I
lor J.
laiulni 4ii acre*, more ��>r.. _
iu l Kruruary IMh. 19i��. Hahky Bian,
K. 0    (iRKKN. AffftDt
- id Land lumrn'i.  imiriuioi YfotX Kootonay
Ui null' v lhat Kn'tl. J-^amiiioUK, agent lor
I I fanner, ol Nelion, imtiiiihIi.hi wnl< it
. IntemlH to apply tor perm ine ion to t>wr
Ul Lhe followliiK dMOrlbed Uud": Comuieil-
. -t u pn-t plaul��<d alHiut 2> 2 iinl��- ea*l oi
, reek tneooe *o chaini. in en eaaterly
Ktlon.   thence   A)  i-halm    foiilh,   theu.-e  tt
tint in e weeterlj tttroottoo, thence to chalni
rm to tne point oleoinuielieenieiH.i.iinlaliitiiK
-��� ret, more or letm
���ated Not.auth, i��o*.
KRKIiKH'K    IOHN  1 A-.HICR,
f. j. tjAHHoNii. Agent
v :. i,mMi lM���iriet.   DUlrlcl ol \*v*l fcunteuaj
aa iiii- ihut   Ktvd J    tsaninious.   ftgent 101
Hiiiiiii, oi  ProotOTi occupation renoher,
- i-in apply for peralsMdon to purchMo tne
lowing  deaartbed   Land*:    Commencing ��u
���t ,   .ui. ,i ul>oiit I1, inih-settxl ol WUmiti rreek.
mce louthwen aoeneinsi thenoa northweat tt
itni, thenoa nortnoaet nohsUat. thenoe tooth
���! ft) chaini to the tbe point of loiiimeiiiein- in
luinina ^iMTua, more or leee.
>ated HoT.aoth, iuo7.
AHi'lllHAl.Ii   KHSttKW   lUi.l.AlUJ,
Agent   K   J    paMMo.sb.
ReUoi
M tht
ml Dlitrlct    District ol Went Kootenay
���   DOtlH that W. A. llurthon, lliiiber<riiiner,
okanc, Bpokana county. wani-uugum.ont
---��� United BtOtetoi America, luieluli lo apply
'"Ffti.pfi-.il. timber llcenae ov��r lhe following
���wrtbed laud*:    t'onnneiiclUK al a pout marked
. < i .planted on tne north ben* ol com creek,
��� !:<��� JanoUonol the North lork of Ooru crock
with tne main ���tlre.iin, about live mllen ID a
**iI<t1y Olreelloli from coiiihieuce ��'f ��-*tt 1   ftoru
tu-ii with the KOOteney rtVerj thenre north 40
en��ini; Lhence went  100 chain*; thenoa nouih BJ
hftim; ihenee eaat W0 ohaltia to point ol oom
'����� -ni'*.-inuiit, oontalnlni MO aorei more or Ian
Held laud aitiohiN tlnibrr Until NO 1 ����n Ut
*e��l and umber limit No �� 00 the mnith, an lo-
���fried by me,
L'cau-d .November T, WW,
. WlLi iaM A. BUMOMi Locntor
^uuPHHfii by Patnok O. Hhina
beclarad ami n\uw    ny the within named w
A  Hu.lMiu   ���u   the 21* ny Ol  November, A   p,
1*00)   Hpokalie   tountv,
Jolted SluteHOf America.
I'ATati k 0   shim-.
huu
the
me  at  B
logtOOi otic of Ui
nn riot,   t laurict 01 ^ Ml i^ i ,IH>
'Hi(��' notloe that Iml.  In PUrce,   f Btrauburgi
/"'u   ftilon marrluil   w.    tan,   lutein!*   to  ���pPlf
"M" iiiiivKhm to pareuaM tha foiitiwinn oea-
'""-ti landi: CoiinueiKiiiK al �� pom planled al
'��"��� HiiiTM-fiifni of the north boundary ol Lot
Jiw, and  ihe vottt   boiin.iary   ol   Lot   No,   HIn'��,
]" ��� ' '��� eant .Mi eh-tlllr., UiiiIC or lehH, lo the north-
��ii_ comer nl limber I.hull No. 7071, lhence
""In W) ibaliiM, tbulire went 20 chaiiiK, more ol
*!������ to'.he oant aide of Whatlhan lake, thene.���
���'iii.* ng H,i|U. lM rt Hiiuiherlv ami wet*lcrl>
l"'''""n lOu chalnn, more or lef��K to the Inter
���ecilon with i ut HIKfi, thanoa 86 chalnn. more oi
^M.-llmvinn ciiMcrlv boumliiry ��f Uit 8lh,'i m
l"t oi coiunu'TiceintMit.
u��U?iI7th  Oetola-r. 1H07. tBABKLU 1'IKlteK,
K. ft. KAtiijiiit.it,    Relit.
;'lN"ii Lund Dlatrlct.    Dltilrict ol Wont K0..1. nny
���ka hoi (oo   ihHi   Aiexunder   J     MoOool, ot
'"������   "��� 0,, oceupatloii clerk, intuinln to apply
I'liiunnion to parohaaa tha foUowlua Sot
11 'Uiui:   Oommehotng atanpil planted op
i i i i t i 11   �� i I*   t , .'���Muiitiii ii   Hall-
if i*.,hi i.aim 1'iairui i'i'uih m "em i\ .mn-imj
Take noliee that W. P. Hunleil, aetltiK an agent
arJ.H   Hunleii,  of   Tokiok,   NB,  occupation
neohaniOi Intendi to apply for perm lev ou to
purchaae the  lollowing daaOTlbed   iamlB:    Com*
ment inn al a poal planted on the easterly ahore
nl tnoi bike and about 10 cbaiim uorth ot the
N. K. corner  ot   lot B18S,  theuce  eaal -ti  chalnn.
Hi.nee north lOohalnai more or leaa, to the lake
���ho a, thenoe aouth waaterly along the lake ahore
to the pOln! ol commencement, mid coiitaliuux
Ho aerea, more or tea*
1 ate��l November ISth. 1 *T7   SAME* II   Hi RPKN,
F. F    Ht'KPKS, Agent.
NplHOUl.alld Dlntrlct.   DlatrlOl ol Went Kootenav
Take  optloe   that   John  Jamen  raineroti, of
Parnle, Hnum. Oolumhta, ooonpatloo contractor,     iiileudn     to     apply      Iur     permiftMon    to
purchase tbe foiiowm* deanrloed lend;   Oom-
mcitcliiK    at   a   poel    plaliteil   on    the   noilthern
boundary ol the B: C. southern nghi-of-��ay
about40chalna waaterly from ihe.N.w corner
ol lot 8WW, (troup 1, Kooleuay, tha nee nouth Ml
chalnn, thence eanl in chains, thenoa north Mi
chalnn   to   the   nmithcrn   boundary   ot   the   naul
righi-iif aray, thenoe waaterly along aald nouth
er li   laminlary   of  rluht nl why   to   tbe   point
commencement, atnl containing  240 aerea, more
or leu
Dated LlovembarSth, lwn.
J' HN JAMki Camcron.
Kelaon Land Dlitrlot Diatrietol rVeal Kootenay
Take notice that John Bhlell. of Naedtoo, B.C.,
nccupatit.ii ranohor, Intenda to apply for pot-
mlaaioa   to   parohaaa  tba follow inn   deeorloed
latnl;    fomnieiiciiiK   at   a   po-t   planted   al   the
uorthwoal   oorner of  Lot 19)0, thanoa weal ��
chalnn. lhence  nouth B0 ehainn,   lhence  eant 40
ohalni thenoe north BO ohalna to tho pointof
 imcnremenl, ami containing BfO aeren, more
or lenn ,
I ated iBih Oclober, 11*07. ���Umi'm SiiiKi.i.,
��. ft   K.U'griKM.. Agent
Nelaon Land DUtrlol Dutrlot ol Went Kootenay
lake nonce thai Angiui MoOlU, of the City,ol
Nelaon, ooonpatloo tin man. Intenda to apply for
permiaaion to pnrohaac the inMowtng d-airiU'd
landa: Oommenclug at a poal planted ai tlie
S w corner L C. Morrlaon'i ranoh, to rlr
allay, tht.coa nnnh lortj  i4ii) chaini., theno
ant   (o-iy   (40)   clnllin,   ib, me   lOUlh IU   (*o
alnn, ibi mc woat lorlj (40)  < I.Hinn olnt 0
m menceiiH ni,  nint conteinlng  ona hundred
tl  Big tv ( H'iU) ii i m ��-    inon  or linn
DtodBapte ober 2nd, iwfl,     a nana  MtGiu.
NalBOO Land Dlntrlcl.   DUtrlOt of Waal Kootenay
Take notloe that Bngo Carateoa, of Wlnnlpee;i
Man. ooonpaUon puoilahor, intends to apply
tor pertaihalon to  porobaaa tha  followlDi <ie-
acribed land :
('omuifiieinat  at   n   po��l pbuited   on    the  w��i
nuiubiry of I,. 4371, ft. I, (about 6 mllen Irom Arrow Lake, on  Upaqulto Greek) and 21 oh aim 76
Unkaaouluol toerf. W. O.ol aald lot, running
thanoa weal BO Obaloa, Ihenee notith *> chalnn,
thence c��>.| ho chalnn, lhence north 80 chalnn to
i>hoe of commencement, containing B40 aoraii
more or Icbb.
I   MAUI KH   M i L-lM I  i .
Aitenl  for Hugo Oanteni.
Datad 23 December 1907.
NelntiU I,and Dlntrlcl     iM.-trlctof Weal Kooleuay.
Taka notice*, hat I.evt i Jeorge Payne, of .Needle*,
H 0    occupation   laiieher, lutcndn   to apply   for
Donnwalon to purchaae the lollowing dasoiibed
taiiila-    I'oiiimi'itcllig al B pOBl   planted  about If,
���ha tin wesl .0 Wl,atnl.au creek and 88 Oil chalnn
BOUthOf  the  BOUthWeal   corner  01 Dot  No    BMB
luni Una the.   north HO ehalna,   thenee went hi.
c    .I in   lhence   nouth   12 IV. ehainn,   thence cant
��� ��� "is chaiiiH   theme nouth   IV7 Rao chalnn, lhence
1,7 419 Chaina/Ml   W   pulBl  Of commencement.
n ontNliilnti IH   Htrcn, now nurvey.-l an lol KI8A.
iJitill itL Jnauary. lw��. laBVi u��ub�� 1*atnb.
Nelaou Land Dlatrlcu   District nl Weit Kootenay.
Take notice that Tina Hergmaii, of Allotia,
Man , occupation wife of O, Bergman, farmer,
Altona, Man , lutenda to apply for permlasion to
purebane the following deacrlbed bind :
f'oiiiiii-'.- ,!������ ,.r a pont planted al the N E. ft.
Of Hugo Carstena* application to purchaae aud
running tbence weal 80 chains thence north 80
chain*, thence eaat 40 ehalna, theuee south ��
ehalna '2b I,ok-, ihenee eaat 40 ct.aiug, lhence
nouih 71 ehainn";) Unkn to point ol commencement, cotitalnlug >'-'" acrea more or leaa.
Charles Marshall,
Agent   for    llua   Bergman.
Dated 2.1 Iieeember l*n.
vTeal Kootenay Land unmet.   Dlitrlot ot Goat
Klver.
lake notice that I, tieorge A. Hunt, ol Kit.
eheiier, occupation timberuiau, intend to
apply for pcrmlnnion to purchaae the
billowing deiav-rlbed lainl: t'ommeuclug at a
pOBl planted about 40 cbfttus, went ol   Thompson
marked n VV**oorner, theuee aouth losxchaius
theuce easl 44 67 chains, thence north 31.45
ohalna, thenoa] went along H. ft. tM>uthem Hallway to place of commencement, containing 90.18
acrea
Dated January tftb, 1908. (ilCoKOK U. lli'M
Nelsou Land Utalrict. Histrict Of We<t Kooteuay
Take notice lhat 1. Kreuerick Adle, of Waneta,
It t'., octupatliju merchant, intend to apply for
iterinianlou to purchase the following deacrlbed
land: t'ommvuclng at a post planted about 10
chaina west of Lhe N K. enruerof lot H&22, thence
norlh 2u chains, theuce easl 8u chains, lhence
pouch 90 chains, theuee west 80 chains to polut
of cummeucemoiut, coutalulug 160 acres, more or
Dated January 21st. 1908.        FrBDEBICK Al'lK.
LAND   ACT.
Nelaofl Latnl Dlatrlt'l. Dlatrlct of West Kootenay
Take notice thai Marlon Isabella t'reue, ol the
City of .Nelson, in the Province ol British (Joluin*
bla, occupation spinster, intends to apply for
permlnnioti to purchase the tollowlug deactibed
land: t'oimnenclng at a i��ost planted at the
hign water mark of the Salmon river distant
about 1* !:.;:.������ lu a noutberly direction from
halmo, B ft., theuce north 40 chalua, thence eant
40 ehainn, thence aouth 40 chalua, more or leaa,
to the high water mark of lhe dalmou river,
thence went 40 ehHiua, more or leia, along aald
high watermark to tbe point ol commencement,
atnl containing it." acres, more or leaa.
Ixxated on tue lat day of February, 1908.
Daled 10th February. 1908.
Marion Isabella Creaks,
KnwAKD Manly Parana, Agent.
LAND   ACT.
Nelaon Laud Dlatrlct. Dlstrletol Weit Kooteuay
Takc notion, thai James William dallagher, of
theCltyol Nelson, In lhe Province of British
i olumbla, occupation men haul, Inieiida lo apply lor perml'Mon tu purchaae the lollowing
daaorlbea laud I Commencing at a post plauttd
at ihe high water mark of the Salmou river distant aiMint 18 mllea In a MHitherly direction lrom
,-almo, ll. c, thenoa north 40 chains, thenee
west 4o chaiua, tlienee nouth 40 chains, more or
lens, lo tbe high water mark of the Halluou river,
theuce cunt 40 chain*, mitre or I-m-, along the
aald hUh water mark to the place ol beginning,
coiitiilutUK 160 acres, more or lens.
laOOated >>u tbe 1st day of February, 1U08.
Dated 14tti February, 1908.
Jamrs William Qai laoher,
KiiWakii Manlev Teterb, Ageut.
Nelaon bam I DtBtrlOt   District of West Kooteua
Take DOtlM that I John Arthur f-cott, of Mono
C.inlre, out., occupation farmer, Intend to apply for permlaaltin to purchase lhe following de
nerlbetl land at tin* mouth of fSuinnili creek:
( omineiniug at a pOBt planted at thenouth-
emt corner of lot Hint marked N. K,, thence
nouih 40 chains, theuce Went Jo chains thence
north 40 ehainn, thence earn 20 chnlns to place of
coiniucuccuicni. containing BO aorei,
John arthor Scott,
\V. J.BoOtt, Agent.
Dated Fab. 18th, 11*08.
Nelaon Land Dlatrlct. District ol Went Kootenay
Take notion that 1 Chrtalle Boott, of Mono
('.inter, Ont .occupation married wotnau, Intend
to apply lor pcriuiaalou to purchase the lollowing described   and near Summit creek :
Comment ins nt a post planted al the aoutheaat wiruor ol lot 8780 marked H. \V , thence
north to chains, lhence eaat 'JO chains, thence
nouth 20 chalua. theuee weat'JO chains to place
ol commencement containing 40 acrea,
iiii.i.iM Hcott,
W. J. Hcott, Aguut.
Dated Feb 18. 1908.
NOTICE.
Tuke notlOS thut we will nt the next
moi'tlni; of the License Commissioners
upply for a transfer of tho liquor 11-
i oiiho for the No Place Inn ou Jose-
riilne street. Nelson, from Pollard autl
Wade to H.  H.  Moore.
n.iieil at Nelson, this 9th day of
March  1808.
POLLARD A  WADE.
Summerland, 11. C, April 7. 1008.
Hdllor Ually Canadian,
Hear  Sir: ���
My attention has been eimglit hy Unreport ln your paper of an Interview
wilh L, S. Ba\tOb, provlucial Conservative organizer, In the coui'He of which
he makes Special reference to the
party's present condition and future
prospects In the Dominion riding of
Yale-Cariboo.
1 huve no quarrel with Mr. Union's
opinions. I wish only to supplement
them with special reference to that
part of the riding whoBe centre Is
Okanagan l.uudlng.
As your readers are aware thlB district has shown Its appreciation of Uie
splendid service rendered to the agricultural interest���and we believe this
lo lie the banner ranching district���
by a provincial Conservative government
by twice electing to the legislature
Messrs. Price Ellison and L. Shalford.
In her two representatives Okanagan
still lias unbounded confidence. I
tiling 1 can add that had Mr. Martin
llurrell been better known here, known
as he Is known to us now, before his
last campaign the result would have
been different. With any of these gentlemen ln the Held Okanagan's vote
would   be  nearly  unanimous.
Though we are off the main line of
travel we people of the Okanagan are
proud of our British Columbian and Canadian citizenship and take a keen interest in public affairs. Recent revelations
at Ottawa have convinced us that the
present administration or at least many
departments of it, are corrupt. But the
strongest evidence of corrupt purpose
we have seen is the introduction by-
Mr. Ayiesworth, minister of Justice, of
a bill amending the Election Act, one
of the most unfair pieces of legislation that British Columbia has ever
had to meet.
British Columbia has never received
fair treatment at the hands of the
Eastern provinces, very largely owing
to the lack of knowledge of the conditions existing in this province. This
liaa beeu clearly shown by the present administration iu their treatment
of the emigration question. Nor do I
think that the Laurler government huve
properly gauged the temper of the people of British Columbia who are peculiarly lovers of British fair play. British Columbia occupies a position in regard to its population that no other
province in the Dominion holds.. Owing to the great influx of new population   thut   it   is   receiving   each    year.
Notice to Creditors.
IN THE 8UPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In the matter of the estate and effects
of George  Harrison   (deceaaed.)
NOTICE la hereby given that all
creditors and others having claims
against the estate of the said George
Harrison, deceased, who died at Nelson,
British Columbia, on the 27th day of
December, 1907, are required on or before the 20th day of April next to send
by post, prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned, their Christian and surnames,
addresses and descriptions, the full particulars of their claims, the statement
of their accounts and the nature of the
securities (If any) held by them:
And further take notice that after
such last mentioned date the administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties
entitled thereto having regard only u
the claims of wbich he shall then have
notice, and that the said administrator
will not be liable for the said assets or
auy part thereof to any person or persons of whose claims notice shall not
have been received by him at the time
of such distribution.
Dated at Nelson. B. C, this 17th day
of March, A. D. 190S.
LENNIE   A   WRAGGE,
Solicitors for the Administrator,
James H.  Harrison.
Corporation of the City of Nelson.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that uuder the
provisions of By-law No. 80, "Pound
and Dog Tax By-law," it Is unlawful
for any person to suffer any horse,
mule, bull or cow, sheep, goat, pig or
other cattle, or poultry to run at large
withiu the limits of tlie City of Nelson.
Every owner of a dog in the City ot
Nelson is required to pay annually a tax
of two dollars for each dog owned by
him.
No person shall suffer or permit his
dog to run at large ln the City of Nelson for which such person hus not paid
the tax required of him and unless such
dog shall have around his neck a collar or strap to which shall be attached
a metallic plate to be supplied by the
city on the payment of the aald tax.
"Warning ls hereby given that any
person guilty of tin infraction or .violation of any ot the provisions of the
above named By-law Is in addition to
the fees and charges set forth therein,
liable upon siiiuttiury conviction to a
penalty of One Hundred Dollars ami
the costs of prosecution, and In default
of payment to Imprisonment for a term
not exceeding two months.
Hy Order,
W.   ED.   WASSON.
City Clerk.
Nelson, U. ('., April Sth, 190t>.
JAMKS DUNHMU1K,
I.tetiUinaut Oovernor.
I'ANADA.
PKOV1NI KIIK BRITISH COLUMBIA.
KdwarU the Seventh, by the Crane at Qod, ot the
United   I- in,'l.,n, of lljeat Britain, and Ireland, anil Ihe British IiomlnlouN beyond the
Seas King,   beleoder ot   tile  Kaith, Kmperor
of India.
I--hi i to whom these presents shall come,
UreetlUK.
A   PROCLAMATION.
W. J. Kowbeb, Attorney Heueral.
Whereas by Hel-llou ll of lhe "Uarne Protection
Act, IHttB," aa re-enacted by Section It, ol tbe
"'lame Protection A t, Amendment Act, 1SH16,"
11 Is enacted that It nhall la- lawful for the Lieutenant-Governor in Ooanon. by Proclamation to
be publlBhed ill two successive Issues of tbe British Columbia Caselte, to declare a close seaaon
for Keeae lu any part of the Province lor anr
period of time, and
Whereas our ��uld l.lcutenaiit-liovernnr, by and
with ihe advice ot hia Executive Council, has
been pleased to direct, t,y au Order In Council
lu tbat beliall, a cluae season for ,:���-���-���- within
the County of Kootenay, until and including
IheHlit day ol August, one thousand niue hundred and eight.
Now Know Ye therefore, that In pursuance
thereof, we do hereby procla-m a close season
for geese within the County of Kootenay, until
aud including the Hist day ol August, one thousand nine- bundled anil eight.
lu testimony where,,!, we have emmed these
our letters to be made patent and the Ureal .-,-al
of the Province to be hereunto affixed.
Witness, lils Honor James Uuusiuuir, Lieutenant Governor ol our said Province of British
Columbia, in our City of Victoria, ln our said
Province, this 19tb day of February, In the year
of Our I.-,id one thousand uine hundred and
eight, aud lu tbe eighth year of our reign.
By comuiaud,
HKNKV KBHON YOU NO.
Provincial Secretary
KOOTENAY FRUIT LANDS
FOR 8ALE���160 acres on the Pend
d'Orellle Klver, and outside the frost
belt south of Nelson, containing 100
acres of natural meadow land, balance
open laud, easily cleared, part Improvements.    Price $25 per acre.
For particulars of this and other
propositions reply
BOX   987,   NELSON,   B.   C.
and owing to the large mining centres
which necessarily have a more or less
shifting population, to meet these difficulties the government wisely provides
for two revisions of the lists each year.
The court of revision is in the hands
of registrars who in a number of cases are Liberal. This court of revision is most open, the names of those
applying for registration are open to
the public lor inspection i'or weeks
before the court sits and affords every
possibility to check irregular registration. I have never heard a single complain in regard to the fairness of the
finding of any registrar in the province,
if the Aylesworth Bill becomes law it
will practically mean that half the
citizens of British Columbia, be they
Liberals, Conservatives or Socialists,
will be deprived ol the Franchise���a
condition which every fair-minded individual will resent. And nowhere will
its unfairness be more strongly or
more generally resented than In the
Okanagan.
Thanking   you   in   advance    for   the
favor   of   publication,
1 am   yours   sincerely,
AN   OKANAGAN   RANCHER.
A Chicago Scientist.
Chicago, April 10.���Dr. Andrew J.
Park of Chicago, a graduate of the university of Victoria college, Toronto,
Ont, and of Harvard university, believes he has discovered the true origin
of health and Intends to lay his discovery before the association for the
advancement of science ln London next
January. The old theory that heat Is
a mode of motion is declared to be fallacious by Dr. Park. Dr. Park says he
was intimately acquainted with Lord
Kelvin and that the latter some time
before his death said he believed Dr.
Park was working on the right theory.
He says that Professor Tyndall also
endorsed his theory of the origin of
heat on which he has been working for
years.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
One-Way Colonist
Rates to Alberta and
British  Colombia
From TORONTO
BRANTFORD
QUELPH
GALT
LONDON $46.09
KINGSTON  50.10
OTTAWA  51.40
OTTAWA via Chicago  52.45
MONTREAL  52.70
QUEBEC  56.00
ST. JOHN-MONCTON  60.95
HALIFAX  63.46
tt
Lots   in   Addition "A"
We are agents for most ot the lots
ln the above addition, being agents for
F. C. Innls, Coats it Co., and the Nelson
F.lectrlc Tramway Co.
For full particulars aa to prices,
term  . etc., apply to
H.   &   M.   BIRD
FOR SALE
Partly Farniahtd Modern
Residence and Three Lota
Situated on Hoover St., between Stanley and  Ward.    Eight Rooms and
Basement  all   ready  for  furnace.    Now  rents for $36  per month.
PRICE: 14,000.00.    TERMS: One-Third Cash, Balance $600.00 per year at
7 per cent.      For   full   particu.ara   apply
PROCTER & BLACKWOOD
AGENT NELSON CITY LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO.
If yoti want Good Land
BUY at ROBSON
McDermid & McHardy
NELSON, B.  G.
BUY AN ORCHARD HOME
You can buy a 10-acre Fruit Ranch ln the best fruit growing district -
ln  British Columbia by  paying tl 0 dollars down and f 10 per month
Even as an Investment thts is wor th consideration.
Fruit Land has trebled ln value within the year.   What will R do next
year?
J. E. AININABUB,
WARD ST��Btrr
NBLBON
A.O. LAMBERT & CO.
MAiWACTURERS    T   Mrf^M.tt.'A,      Clai^-^f
AND DEALERS IN    <ls'UmDe.f>   OHlllgfleSy
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Windows.
Turned Work: sand Brack:etas.
VBRNONSTRBBl'   -   -
Mail Orders promptly attended
NBLSON, B. S3.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. See. C. B.
OOMINION AND  PROVINCIAL  LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office:   Room   10,   K.-W.-C. Blk.    P.   O.
Box     434.
Baker St., Nelson, B. C.
M. HAWRYCZ
CONTRACTOR  AND  BUILDER.
Jobbing   promptly   attended  to.    Plans
and Estimates.
Apply 415 Hall St. Box 385.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TRANSFER OF LIQUOR LICENSE.
Notice is hereby given that application will be made by the undersigned
at the next sitting ot the Board of
License Commissioners for the City of
Nelson, to be held thirty days after the
date hereof, for a transfer of the liquor
license standing ln the name of the
Estate of George Harrison (deceased)
for the premises known as the Lakevtew
Hotel ln the City of Nelson, situate on
Lots 13, 14 and 15, ln Block 67. Subdivision of Lot 95, Group 1, Kootenay
district, to Napoleon Mallette of the
said city.
Dated this 17th day of March, A.D.
1908.
JAMES   H.   HARRISON,
Administrator of the estate and effects
of George Harrison (deceased.)
Tickets on sale Feb. 29th, April 29th.
1908. Corresponding low rates from Intermediate points.
For further Information as regards to
rates,   etc.,  apply   to
O  K. MoPHERSON,
U.r\A��� Winnipeg.
W. H.
J. MOB,
li P.A., Nelson
UEAOON
v i- A . Nelson, B.O.
Geo. P. Piayc*
Accountant
LATE ACCOUNTANT AT HALL MINING  &   SMELTING   CO.
Office  Room  No.  2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
Chinaware
WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL SALE
OF CHINA TEA AND DINNER
SETS   FOR  A   FEW  DAYS.
From $10 to $25.
Old Curiosity Shop
VV.   Q.    Q1L,L,ETT
Cuntractor sand
Bulldar.
Hole ageut for tha Porto Klco Lumbar Co., Ltd.,
retail yards. Rough and dressed lumber, turnaef.
work and brackets, Coast lath and shingle*, eaah
and doors. Cement, brick and lime for sale
automatic grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. east af Hall
NBLSON,   B. S3.
P. O   Box 2S2 ��� ��i,r.hnae ft."
THE SEMAPHORE BILLIARD
PARLOR AND CIGAR STORE
INOW OF>B(N
We have one Knglish BUllar, on*
American Billiard and one Pool Tablet.
We carry the best lines of Cigars and
Tobaccos.
NOTICE
la ths matter ot on application lor tbe iwu�� of
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title to Lote
4 . mil 6, Block 6, Neleon iltr, lubdif lalon ol
part of Lot 182, Group One, Dlitrlot of Kooteaa*
(Map 480).
Notice la hereby given that tt li my intention
to issue at the expiration of one month after ihe
tint publication hereof a duplicate of the CertlS-
��� ate o Title toHhe above mentioned lou in Ihe
inuneuf 1'ttutc Rhode* which Certificate la daeed
the 16th day of May, 1S9B, aud numbered lfM7-it.
Laud RegUtry uffloe, Aelaon. B.C.. January
"th,lM0. H. F. MiCLkOD.
Uutrlct ll����letrer.
INOTICE
In the matter of an appltuetlo*. for a duplicate
Ourillluate uf Tltlt? of an undivided one-quarter
luiereat in Lot HI, Group One, Kootenay Dlatrlct,
known aa "Let Her uo tiallacher' Mineral
claim
���oiloe la hereby given that His my intention
after th- empire..on of one month from the Iret
publication hereof, to luue a duplicate Certificate uf ltle ou th. above -.esunbea one-quarter
latere tin th* name oi Johu F. Htevena. which
certlfleate of Title <e de oO the 6th April 1*00,
aud uuuiberuu OtAfti.
i.aud Ht-Kiiiry u��ev, Ntlion, B. ft., March S.
IDU8. ^
H. F. lUcLaou, ���
DiatrltH i.t-KiMrar
INO I ICE.
Notice is hereby given that tbe Great
West Railway Company will apply to
the Parliament ot Canada, at the present session thereof, for an act amending
the said Company's Acta of Incorporation by striking out the names of those
persons who, by Sections 1 and S of
Ch&pter 167 of the Statutes et 1901, are
created incorporators and provisional
directors of the Company and Inserting
In lieu thereof the names of certain
other individuals as such incorporators
and provisional directors; changing tba
head ofllce of the Company from Nelaon,
B. C, to Port Arthur, Ontario, and extending the respective times for the
commencement and completion of tbe
various Hoes of railway which tha Company ls empowered to construct.
Dated Ottawa, 31st January, 1901.
CHRYSLER, BETHUNE A LARMOUTH
Solicitors for tba Applleanta.
j
3 1
��� ���
Tne Daily Canadian
APRIL THE DIAMOND MONTH
Not everyone can claim the diamond for a blrthstone, but anyone
may wear a diamond, and if you are Rcttlns one you may as well get
the" best, and In the best and most suitable setting. We keep only the
best stones, and as we manufacture all kinds of jewelry we are competent to advise you as to settings. We have always on hand an attractive
stock of Rings and I'lns of all kinds set with this most precious of penis,
tbe diamond, also a stock of loose stones.
J* O. PATENAUDE���
Watchmaker and Optician
MANUPAC1 L'RIISO
JBWBIXBR���
Nernst
Lamps
Particularly   adapted   for   store
lighting.
I
Let us estimate on lighting your
store  with  this lamp.
We are exclusive agents for this
territory.
J. H. RINGROSE
ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.
Phone 227A. P.  O. Box 155.
STANLEY  ST.
EASY
Three   Room   House   on   one-eigth   acre
adjoining     city. Lot     cleared,
fenced and  planted.   $350 ONLY.
WOLVERTON & Co
BAKER   ST.
Building Lots
Carbonate   St.   (25  ft.) $175
Observatory   St.   (50   ft.) $200
Latimer St.  (50 ft.) $750
Also excellent sites, close in, for ap-
partment houses, residences, factory
sites, etc.
NOTE.���Aa an inducement to build
up Nelson the city levies on Improvements a tax of fl in the thousand only.
F. B. LYS
Real  Estate Agent
315   Baker  St..   Nelaon,   B. C.
JIM   HILJL
CIGARS
The Best 2 for 25c Cigar on
the Market.   Fresh Picked.
���AT THE���
Queen Cigar Store
BUSH & MATT HEW, Props.
Special for Saturday
CAULIFLOWER,  CALIFORNIA
CELERY,
LOCAL   HOT   HOUSE
LETTUCE.
For Sale at
Joy's Cash Grocery
Cor. Josephine and Mills 8ts.
Phone  19.
JOY WILL MEET YOU AT THE DOOR
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
Cnr,    Variion and \%'etr<3   stroeta
tvei-SON.    h.c;,
J. f. Farquhar, Bethlehem; H. Ross,
Winnipeg: C. J. Pines, Boston; H. W.
Stanton. J. \V. Collls, W. J. Vander-
brugh, Vancouver; A. J. Small, Calgary;
A. Carney, Kaslo; P. H. Burnham,
Grand Forks; C. P. Douglas. Montreal;
J. Fisher, Plncher Creek; C. P. Riel.
Creston: T. W. Phillips. Fernie; W. S.
.Miller,  F.   Waring,   Edmonton.    ,
. o0      --2V    La.       -Arrival.
;;*ite^
j
A'F ^^n.
Corner of Stanley and Victoria   Sts.
Two Blocks from Ut-pot.
N. W. Enunens. Trout Lake; G. O.
Buchanan, Kaslo; C. Vroom, Calgary;
J. M. Cameron, Nakusp; W. Manhart,
Spokane.
GRAND CENTRAL.
J. .Mackenzie, Miss Stanley, J. Complice, Slocan; M. Tait, R. Dewar, P. J.
French, Ymir; W. J. Stewart, C. A.
Hughes, C. L. Scott, J. W. Watkins, O.
A. Rhodes, C. D. Hughes, ('. L. Rodgers,
F. Smith, G. H. Watkins, Honnington.
QUEENS.
-Miss M. Houston, Mrs. Fournler,
Crawford Hay: C. B. Appleton, H.Swain
Procter; J. Simpson, Poplar; O. 1-1. Clifford, Bonner's Ferry; A. Cook. Bonnington; H. F. Radcllffe, T. Walker, Davidson, Sask.; K. H. Tlnenan, Vancouver;
.1. It, nicker. Burton.
TREMONT.
II. Nelson, Procter; .1. Campbell,Rion-
del: .1. Crone. L. McDougall. Poplar;
H. Steffen, Goat Creek; ,\. McDougall,
Rodney: \v. j. Nack, Kuskanook; G.
Moorhouae, Pernle; J*. P. Crowley, F.
Colger, Salmo; L. .1. Stevens, Cascade;
A.  HcSUlis, Winlaw.
ROYAL.
S. Simiison, D. McKay, H. Wilton. P.
Smith,    Saskatchewan;     W.  McLeond,
Plncher; P. Montgomery, E. tl. Herbert,
Frultvale;   L. Strandall, Grand Forks.
BARTLETT.
J. R. Whittenden, Cranbrook; G. II.
MrWhirter, Kaslo; II. Lawrence, Creston.
TO   ARRIVE   ABOUT   SATURDAY
Car Early Rose
Seed Potatoes
FANCY   STOCK
Send   tiB  your orders  early to   avoid
disappointment
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOOK.
NOTICE.
To (u'nri(<'W. Beticformerly'ol itr>b��on, b, ��*.
bikI RCUODi B.C.
I betcbf giverou noticethctUDlcn you give
i good mi'! wiiM object] on thereto In writing J
���haul at the expiration otU den from the date
bereof proceed to ibe registration of the title of
i be Columbia and Kootenay i.aiiwav and Navigation Com puny in fee Simple lu   ryuptct to that
piece ol land known hh Lot -i in Block B, Ronton
i'mrnilte. Qroop One, Kootenay niitrtct, acoord
ihk to plan thereoft filed ��. Number flw.not-
vruhi'andlng the non-prodnotion ot thecvriifl-
<���*'<��� of 1 uie thereof.
I'Hted ut NeUou, B.C.,tliiJt 31st flay of March, 10M
H   F MacLeod,
Dintrict Heglitrnr-
Waul   Papers
Our new stock ls now In.
NEW   DE81GNS.
NEW   IDEAS.
Holders same as hangings.    Largest variety ever shown In Nelson. Sample
books sent to any part of the city  on application.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
Board of Trade  Union.
A movement is on foot to form a,
union of the several boards of trade In
the Okanagan. ,
Starting   in   Business.
Percy Qilohrlst came in from Fertile
this week and left for Hosmer this
morning. He will start a cigar store
and general tobacco business at Hosmer.
L. O. L.
The regular meeting of L. O. L. 1692,
will be held this evening. All members
Interested in the formation of a degree
team are requested to be present at
seven   o'clock. ,
F.  O.  E.
The committee of Nelson Aerie, F.
O. E., have started to work on a special
programme, lor the roll call of members
in connection with the building fund,
on  Wednesday evening next.
Spring:
Cleaning"
Do you want a new Broom, Mop,
Scrub Brush, Waahboard, Fibre Tub,
Brushes, or Gold Dust, Pearline, S.i
polio.  Soap,   Soap   Powder,   Lye,  etc.
We  have  them  all.
C. A. BENEDICT
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts
PHOM3 7
Holiday for King's Printer.
In virtue partly of fifty years of service, Richard Wolfenden, I. S. O. V. D.,
"Printer to the King's most Excellent
Majesty," has been granted by the government, six months leave of absence,
which, for the most part will be spent
in England. Mr. Wolfenden will, how.
ever, not take his holiday until towards
-be first of May.
Poor Company.
The Kamloops Sentinel of April 7 haa
the following concerning the "What
Women Will Do" company, which is
billed to appear at the Nelson opera
bouse on the evening of Tuesday, April
lu: "What Women Will Do' was the
title of a play presented at the K. M.
���Si A. A. hall last night by a small company of, with one or two exceptions, indifferent players to a fair sized audience."
Jubilee Singers
A very large audience was attracted
to the .Methodist church last night by
the concert of the Tennessee Jubilee
Singers, given under the auspices of
tlie choir for the benefit of tbe building
fund. The concert was of an excep-
lionally high character, of the very
finest class of negro melodies. The
audience was very appreciative applauding especially the singing of the
two quartettes, ladies' and gentlemen's.
  I
Trail  Too  Busy.
It is stated on excellent authority
that the Trail smelter, ls unable to
handle ils ore supply at the rate at
which it Is now coming iu. The lead
bounty returns are delayed In consequence, being in some cases nearly
three months behind. If the supply of
ore keeps ou increasing additional
smelter facilities in Kootenay will be
required. It may be that the Hall
Mines smelter will have to be operated
again to take care of the excess, or, in
the event of the Sullivan shareholders
declining to operate the mine, the
Marysville smelter might be operated
for general custom as a lead smelter.
We Have the
Best There Is in
Talking; Machines
The king of Disc Talking Machines is
the  Columbia B. I. Graphophones.
For Fullness, richness and uielluwnes
of tone it has no equal.
There ls a reason for this. It Is because the hollow tout- arm through
which the sound passes is made of
aluminum, which does away entirety
with the metallic sound so often noticeable in other machines.
PRICE  $50.00.
Other styles at $15.00, $25.00 and
$35.00.   None better at the prices.
IN CYLINDER MACHINES we have the
EDISON  PHONOGRAPH.
"Gem", $16.50; "Standard", $32.50;
"Home", $45.00.
The merits of the Edison are too well
known to require any talk-up from us.
If you can't call and see them, write
us for full descriptive catalogues.
W. G. Thomson
BOOKBKLI.KK and
STATIONKB.
Nelson, B. C.
prion* a-��.
Fortunes  in  Oil.
The directorate board of the Canadian
Northwest Oil Company are all Victorians and men of integrity. They seem
to be acting in good faith and have Invested their own money in the proposition. They have, according to the customs officer at Macleod, the most complete plant ln Canada and drlllerB who
know their business, and as the location
lu most favorable all investors will receive a fair chance for their money. If
an oil company Is successful. It Ib a fast
money maker. In fact there are few, If
any, Investments that pay so well, and
In many cases the investment of a few
dollars ln oil stock has been returned
to the investor a hundred and even a
thousand fold.
Fire Insurance
Insure your house and furniture in
THE   PIONEERS'   FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Do not put It off. Delays are dangerous. Call at 322 Baker street, or If you
have not time to call drop a line to
HUGH W. ROBERTSON
General Agent for the Kootenays.
Agents wanted In all Kootenay towns.
P. O.  Box 534.
If you want upholstering or cabinet
work for this spring get it done now.
Wii have some choice quartur cut oak
and will build you a piece of furuiture to
order at the price of factory goods See
us lor second hand goods.
DE1NT ��& CO.
Turner Beaton Block, 606 Vernon Street
NELSON. /
Building.
The building began this morning on
the corner of Ward and Front streets
of a carpenter shop for McDonald and
Williams. In every part of the city
builders are busy with improvements
to residences, putting in stone foundations, running verandas, and making additions. The demand for good residence
property is keener than it has been before for many years. Frank Walsh has
bought the residence of Dr. R. J. Hawkey, Silica street, for $2,500. He is to
get possession on June <Jth. Already ho
has declined an offer of $2,700. Contractor John Burns stated the other day
that he was seriously considering the
advisability of building a number of cottages as an Investment. Everything
points to very considerable activity in
the building trade this spring and summer. Nelaon doesn't want a boom but
the demand for real estate and the substantial rise in values is very gratifying.
PERSONAL.
A. Carney, timber Inspector of East
Kootenay, arrived from Kaslo laHt
night. ,
G. O. Buchanan came down from
Kaslo last night and left for Trail this
morning.
Newton W. Emmens, manager of the
Silver Dollar group at Trout Lake, is at
the Strathcona.
P. H. Burnham, district general
agent of the O. N. R., Is over from the
Boundary and Is at the Hume.
HOSMER TOWN8ITE.
Notice is hereby given that the Government Lots In the townsite of Hosmer will be offered for sale by auction
at the Lock-up In Hosmer at ten o'clock
in the forenoon, railway time, Wednesday,  April 22nd.
Bids below the upset price will not
be  received.
Terms, one-third cash, one-third 1st
of November, 1908, and one-third 1st of
May, 1909, with Interest from 1st of
May, 1908. A fee of $10 will be charged
for each Crown Grant when issued.
J.  F.  ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and
Works for the Southern Division
.   of East Kootenay.
Cranbrook,  30th March,  1908.
SAMUEL, A.   WYE
HEATING  ENGINEER.
All Kinds of Heating Plants ln Stock.
SANITARY  PLUMBING.
Victoria St., Nr.ODara House.      Tsl. 181. I Phone 258.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wholesale ���nil   KeUtl Healers lu
Fresh and Salted Meats
Gampi irappUad on shortest notion and
lowest prioe. Nothing hut fresh and
wholesome meats and mpples kept in stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E.  C.  TRAVES.   Manager.
THE NELSON
CEMENT
WORKS
LIMITED.
Hollow Concrete
Blocks For Sale
All shapes and facings.
These blocks are absolutely the best
material to be had for building P"r"
poses, foundations*, retaining walls, etc.,
being cheaper than brick or stone.
Tenders given on all kinds of building
work.    Stock on hand.
Head Office:  Baker Street. Nelson, B.C.
In the mKtter of hd rtpjtiii'Htioii for tin- I** ir* Oi
a duplicate t tTtilitaie ul Title iur luU 4, t��, 9, 11,
IV, 8S, aud IS, ul lot syl, Oroup Oue,- iu ttie
Liluti-iet oi Kooteuay   >ur '���<���<
.Notice is hereby givwii that it ts my intention
Lo issue ut the expiration of on* month after the
iim publication hereof a duplicate ot the ('er
tltliaie Ol illle ior tbe above mentioned lot* lu
tbe name oi Kichard Holm.-, winch I ertifleate ol
Title in dated tbe Mtfa day ol November, ltfOti,
and   uumbei'ed 631UA.
Laud Keijiiiiry Office, Neltjou, B. (,, January
17tb, !���-������.
"li   F. MAiL-ton,"
District1 KeajiHt rar.
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date. I. Harry Khymeli, lnteud to
apply lo the License Commissioners ol
Ymir district for a license to open un
hotel ln Kitchener, B. C.
Uated thl�� 25lh day of March, 1908.
HARRY  RHYMELL.
INOTICE
Wednesday afternoon, April jcth,
from the hour of lli o'cluck noon. Is
hereby declared a public half-holiday
for the purpose of affording household
ers a special opportunity for clearing
and beautifying their premises and the
lanes and streets adjacent thereto.
BY ORDER OK THE MAYOR
AM) COUNCIL,
LOCAL   MINING   MARKET.
Quotations  on   Spokane   Exchange   and
New  York  Curb.
Bid
Asked
Alberta C. & C $
.16    1
.:ti
4.2b
4.7.ri
Chas.   Dickens   	
��� 11%
.20
Can.   Con.   Smelter...
TO.nii
76.00
.08*.
.03 %
Dominion   Cupper   . . .
,200
i  IL'U.
Qalbralth Coal  	
.20
''7
Gerile   	
,08
.op,
Granby   	
(10.00
100.00
a.r.o
4.50
International C.   &   C.
74 %
.10
Kendall  	
1.30
1.40
Missoula Copper
.10
,18
Nabob  	
"1
.01',
Ooffl   Paul   	
.III!
.0��%
,06 *
Panhandle  	
,059,
Rambler Cariboo  ....
.20 "^
.27
Rex   	
.12
,16
.Snnwshoe   	
Ml7*
.12
Snowstorm   ....
2.06
2.ir,
Sullivan   	
.00 V4
.in! i
.Sullivan   Bonds   ....
67.60
Si e wart   	
,76
K7 1..
Tamarack * Ches'pkc
.80
1.00
Prices  of  Matala.
New York. April   10.-
Silver.
G4 Ke.
I.iilliloii,   April   in.     silver    2b
Jt-llld.;
lead,  filS,  15s.
Opening   Copper   Quotationa.
(Ry MoDermld ����� McHardy.)
New   York,  April   10,   1908.
AsKed Rid
Granny    tor,.no... ,|BO,00
Dominion   Copper....     2.12^4        2 00
B. C. Copper      4.75 4 6o
Pig   Iron   Scarce.
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.. April 10. The
steel plant of the Lake Superior oorpor.
a'lon has been closed down uniM Monday owing (o the scarcity of pig Iron
Pure and Cheat
We have 1000 pound! of
PURE   MAPLE   SUGAR
which we will sell at a bargain
5 Iba. for 3)1.00.
Special  pricea for larger lots.    Come
In  and Inquire.
Ciioquette Bros,
THE  Uo to Ddte Bakers
Slightly   neiirsigliiiMl  today,  mine  so   tomorrow      Progress   |n
Is thi  forerunner of b ness.   The smallest amount of neaMlsh* S
not  he  neglected.     Kxaiulnatlons  free. K,u sl"
l��ht
��l��ould
Hare your watoh repaired ��y as, then yeu win be
oil  Utile.
J.   J.   WALKER,   Jeweie,
STARKEY & CO.
NVhoiu.Hiiie  Provlelona,
MrotJuwai, - Rrult.
Government Qreamary One Pnnnil Hrirks received weekly fr����h from lot
ohmrn,    Fur sale by all leading grocers
Office and warehouse : Hourton Block,    Pnone 79.
Josephine Street.        -        -        -        Nelson, B. C.
IN EASTER
ATTIRE
".r. the Spring the young man'i
fancy lightly turns tp thou grits of���
CLOTHES."
Surely that Is Ilu- ..in.- ht Wmntl tn bt meat daintily dressed, and here
is tht plaot ht* nimht to Oomt for hit Btyllsh outfit. \\V have now nn\)
tor shnwint; Uie very newttl styles and patterns tn Spring Suits and
Overcoate. and wt an- m> ttOCktd with varied ��it*.-a that any shape of i
younj man cun get his Ht accural, ly   and   quickly.
T. A. GILKER
HOUSECLEAN1NG
ThlH  Is   tht   fcttton   of  the   year  when   you  devote  your atten.ffon id fifl
hontehold duty. We are prepared to meet your requirurucats w.Oj a fU]| Uneof |
Ready   Mixed    Paints,   all   colors, Varnishes,    Stafr.s,   Enamels,
A la bast ine,    Muralo.
Everything   neceaaary   for   the   re novation   of  your   housa.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware]
Company, Limited. Naison tnmtt.
*******************************************************
Fruit   Trees
1 ome mown fnllt anfl shade
tn BI, currants, gooseberries. Krape
Tines, etr., etc. One of our speclal-
tIt eiir large field grown roses.
Th    i   will bi n m the first year.
Bend for our descriptive cats-
lo.rati and price net, and s;lve us a
trial order. The largest growers
In   11,  C.
I The liivsrside Nurseries
GRAND    IORK&.
********i
******
C. GRhtN A.l\ liUKutr,        A. H.GKEEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Ovi! Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
COR.VICTORIA k ROOTFNAY STS.. NKI.S0N. B.
P. 0. ttox 145    Phew .'/i B.
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
INBLSOIN,     -     B. C.
'"? ji      Ws  make a specialty of
' Hardware Supple
For  Ranchers
AXES.   8AW8,   8PADE8,   HOES.
HAMMERS,  HINGES, NAIU8,
WINDOW  GLASS,
SARB  WIRE FOR  FENCING, tt'-
Siind  im  your mull orders'
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co
Wholesale
ini:i.**oin
Retell

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