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Drink Halcyon Llthla Water,
Dflnk Halcyon Llthla Glnaef Ah*,
Drink Halcyon Llthla l.wnon Sour.
Made from pure carlionaU-d   Halcyon
J.lihla Water. When you ask for Halcy-
���111 Ik, sure you get it.   Sold at all hostels and cafes.
r*OLUMK 2.    No. 179
ce Agitation Against
Foreign Influence
Doctrine oi Provincial  Rights To Be
Pleached Against Pekin���Min-
Pekln. Jan. :i.     The Ilowager impress
has gi\* n v, rhai oidti;- to tin- interior
departiic in ami to ibe police to suppress
all pub. iij'-iiims 111 I'ekin. and (here
Is reason  i" belh-ve (bin  ibis order will
be   eaten-1' il   iu   the    provim.-*s.
T_e popular agitaiion along ibe lines
Of "rifcn.. ieeo\eiy" is growing in a
P-beSOlis' u. il    njaiilM : Tin-    iple.-*l ion   ol
prOTtocial as aganisi fedii al suvel eigni\
enteiS largely into lhe matter. V\ omen f-
SOOieti< s. sell,--,I.s tor hoys and girls, the
family new* -paint--- ami the political
all are participating in Ihe agiia-
and tor a mouih past the govern
here has been receiving telegrams
cieasing numbers expiesslng tin
g desire of the Benders that the
1 which have been alienated from
hy foreigners he restored to the
���se. The movement lias reached
magnitude that the government is
uglily alarmed, and il is todaj
attitlim lo bud a conciliaiory position
bet we. n   lhe revolutionary agitators and
.ho consider  themselves  to be
quest I.
bf ��r.
end.  i"
an In.r
ud. The agitation ambraosa the
, of tha patrol of the Wast EUTar
.1 Britain, In an effort o> put an
Uie piracy there, and leading
nifii   hare   apprehend thai tbe
popular hostility will result In
ity lulu Hi,' liritish trade. The
,1,-nt Is relying on ihe s,,pi*ort of
ranter t
cook in:
Ores' Hritain, whose insistence upon
China. maintenance of her original
position h.ts produced an apparent soli
dsrlty aiuiMig the Chinese ministers
The pi* -sine of lhe Hritish guvernnicnl
���ur ,,���r la:��U-,-,���:ilieniug the position of Yuan
Shlkai whose security and inlluence
In Pel-." is regarded by fiireignel's as
ussenii 11   10 llle safely  and  progress of
liV It Is ileelate.l llere thai lhe foreign
aglUtl." ill the mailer of lhe attliuil.
adopte.1 by (Stout llritain with regnr.l
lo Manchuria and the warning of Russia
f concerning   the   annulment   of   the   He
graph convention, have led Ilie I'.ritisli
foreign   ..Hi.-,-  1.. lake  action, and  ii   is
u_ers,....,l    lhal    tliis   lias    I I,    ill    111.
rorm of >eprcsollt.ili. lis to the Taaklo
gornriueen' China, il is s'aled here.
consider- ihe tiHiniile taken hy Japan
to bf��� based upon Impossihle claims, an.l
Japan, it is averred, is taking tidvan
tage ol China':- ooinpllcalions with
fliee.*, I'I 11 lilt   in  order  to  postpone   llle
ions  regiirding  Mnncliiirla.
lets arriving here complain of
-what flr,ey call the organize,I incivility.
and In some cases, even the "brutal
conduct" of ilie Japanese trainmen and
guards "it Hie  Manchuria railway.
.  99. Yorker   Seeks   Injunction   Against
V.      Secretary  of Treasury.
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Ws-aill'11'*���""'"��� h"
nibllc"' Interesl ll
learla t ���" tak.' i*i='
lrtma-t'ttrt today on Um applloatlon for
m   tojuu.n'-m   ...    r,-lr:.li.   Secretary   of
Corli'lyotl    from     tlirnln;-
i-rlng  tho  balance  of  the
touii of th,- Paftama OanaJ bonds
Tba   banks and persons to whom
sn-wmnced allotment*.
fijnnctlon Hoilglll   hy  Heorge W
or New York, who declares he
���proposal to  purchase  bonds of
Irllsed   Issue   ���f   the   fnce   vtilui
lie avers that he agreed
rate   of  10St.SS7fi   and  nc
he Trei*-s,,i-.v
,y��r or   ala'llvc
nlinlfesled in tbe
.  ill  the tlistrlc,  so
tho ndv
of tr.,ooo.	
to pay at the
place of viewing It
the South Seas. I
about BOO mllet- b,..n.
many astronomers, pho,
n-prcscntulives of other hi
'-nt-,. nave set up lnsiiume.i
unpronounceable names inlflE. i 16 tak.
their observations of the phenomena.
The Naval Observatory in this city,
lhe Lick OliBervatory In California and
a Dumber or universities and learned societies have sent expeditions to the
South  Seas lo   view   the  eclipse.
Railroads Fight Reduction.
Sioux Falls, s. D., Jan. 3.���The application of the railroads doing business
in this slate for a permanent injune
tlon restraining the South Dakota rail
road commissioners from putting Into
effect the proposed new schedule of pas-
sengar rates Is on the dockei for bearing in Judge Cleland's court today. The
proposed schedule would reduce fares
on all standard guage roads from :: to
2'i cents a mile. Tbe railroad commissioners contend that tha reduction
would stimulate traffic as well as be of
general benefit to the public, hut the
railroad companies declare thai an*
such traduction will compel them to .i!��
a passenger business at a loss.
Mrs. Eddy Will Give $1,000,000 to Found
and Maintain a School for Christian
Host on. Jan. S.���Details of the plans
of .Mrs. Mary Iiaker C. Kddy, head or
the Christian Science church. In Relation
to the Charitable institution wh t she
is to found, are contained in nn e oriul
by Archibald McLellan in the current
Issue of the Christian Science Sentinel.
The editorial Hays, in part:
"Mrs. Kddy has consented that the
institution which she proposes to found
will bear her name, and therefore will
be known as 'Mary I taker C. Kddy's
Charitable Fund." The hoard of directors will be created In Boston, the
recognized headquarters of her church,
and in plan and scop** ihls fund will be
an educational opportunity by which in
digent  persona  win  be  taught  gratui
lonsly the science of Christian heal
ing ns practised by Jesus and as made
known through the writings of Mrs.
"The sum of one million dollars will
hn devoted to this sole purpose.
"Mrs. Kddy's benevolence will be open
to all those Individuals who are genuinely interested in Christian Science for
its truth's sake, and will present to the
board of directors satisfactory evidence
Of their indigence, their religious views
and their moral character. The students
of thV Christian Science will be maintained hy this fund until such time na
the board of directors shall have pronounced them good healers of the sick
and deliver to them certificates to this
effect. The beneficiaries of this fund
and the families of those who have
families are to be supported from the
income of the fund, nnd lhe number of
students and their families to bn supported will depend upon the amount of
this income."
.Mrs. Eddy has turned this matter over
to a prospective board of directors for
them to work out the details of the
������'"iritv in tb" meantime) no further
Information on this subject can be given
V     f
crue.1 Interesl per one hundred dollars
mid on notice or the acceptance of his
subscription stands ready to deposit the
amount with the assistant treasurer al
New Tork. .
JRTo  View  Solar   Eclipse.
Washlnglon. Jim. Sl. Old Sol today
goes tfirouul, one nf his periodical per
fornnmces of hiding himself behind Ilie
moon, bul people in Nor,!, America will
not be able to view the spectacle as
the SOBe of the eclipse does not Ink,
In   thhiff I'ltrl   of   the   globe.     The   best
Confesses Under Torture.
San Kiancisco. Jan. J.��� \nother    sensational chapter was lidded to the California safe deposit and iru.it company's
history yaaterday.    il   I.. Btorra, one ,,t
the book keepers on the c incern, broke
down under a mi--Hess i -oss exanilua
tlon and confessed thai th, false entries
In the hooks were In bis handwriting
and had been made under orders from
1. I). Brown, the Imprisoned manager of
ibe bank, nnd .1. D. Robertson, the fug.1
live assistant secretary. The confession
by Sinrrs wt,H complete Su every re
lie admitted thai nearly $100,000 bad
been falsely added lo Ihe assets of the
hank In order to deceive the state commissioners.     Mor*    than     1500,000  had
i.een fraudulently added to the account
of Hrown. Walter J. Harnett nnd the
San Kiancisco and San Juan Coal com
pany alone. In order to balance the
hooks. Btorra said a like sun, had been
charged against depositors ll, the bank
Tennessee Raiders.
Nashville, Tenn., Jan. Sl.���A long ills
lance telephone message to the Al.Hainan from Ilussellsville. Kentucky, sfiys
that night raiders visited thnt town nl
12.45 o'clock this (Friday) morning. Tl.e
tobacco warehouse of F. G. Work and
Company , and the American Snuff
Company were dynamited and buried
The planing mill of Roberts and l>.'.\,n
und three other smaller houses were
more or less damaged. Many shots
were tired and it Is reported that two
men were wounded. There were lie-
tween 50 and 75 masked men in lie
party. The nttack was entirely unexpected,
S-Mlg <_ttnttbt
Canada Anti-Dumping Act
Is inadequate
Will Again Appeal to Dominion Government���News of Canada From
Ocean to Ocean.
Toronto. Jan. 3.���The Canadian Manufacturers Association will make anoiher
strong pioiest lo the Dominion government against the reckless dumping ot
American goods on tlie Canadian market.
SI. Thomas, Jan. 3.���William Hell, a
young Englishman, aged 1!0, who has
been working on a farm for M. Hanks
of Aldborough, is dead from *v kick on
lhe head from a horse.
Vancouver, Jan. 3.���.Mayor Ret nunc
was re-elected by acclamation for a second tei in. {There are contests in all
wards for aldermanic seats.
Chatham, N. It., Jan. 3.���John Scully,
a well known resident of Iiouglastown,
committed suicide by hanging himself
in the barn of Mr. John Connelly.
Ottawa, Jan. 3.���-_*r. J. G. Rutherford,
vererinary director general and live
slock commissioner for the Dominion, is
too ill to avail himself of the six mouths
leave uf absence recently granled him
to travel. It is understood that Kmber
ford's illness is duo to the intensity of
his zeal in safe-guarding the health of
live stock. He Is, In fact, a martyr in
the cause of the science of which he is
said to be one of the best living experts.
Montreal, Jan. ?>.���Young Sweeney, of
Boston, again achieved a victory over
Boas. Critcher, of Albany, at the Nn-
tional club last night by knocking him
out iu the thirteenth round of what was
to have been a fifteen round bout.
Ottawa. Jan. ;i.���Mr. Held, one of the
members of the transcontinental railway commission, has entered action
against the London. Ont., Free Press for
libel and claims $3,000 damages. Thu
case grows out of B criticism of thu
Free Press of the purchase of envelopes
for the transcontinental railway commission through a commission house le
Toronto, which was brought out in in
quiry made by the public accounts com
miltee of the house of commons lasi
St. John. N. II.. Jan. 3.���There is mi
word yet of the long overdue steanti!
Mount Itoyal from Antwerp with 231
emigrants, mostly Hungarians, un board.
Inquiry al all places where tbe steamer
might put in injured have brought no
responses, c. P, it. offlelala.* however,
have not yet given up hope.
Ottawa. Jan. 3.���A. Knechtel, lately a
forester employed by the New York
Finest, Pish and Came oommisaion, has
In en appointed Inspector of forest reserves for Canada. It Is hoped to greatly extend the work nf the forest reserves
In the- near future.
monument to commemorate the reconciliation of the Hritish and French races
In Canada. A public meeting will be
held in Huss.II theatre at which Earl
Grey and others will speak.
Ottawa. Jan. 3,���A meeting of the executive committee of the Canadian Patriotic Fund Association was held in the
governor general's offlce today to consider a request for a grant of $7,000 to
Trooper Mulloy of the Canadian Mounter Hides, who lost his sight in South
Africa, tbe money to go towards the
expense of a post graduate course which
Mulloy is now taking at Oxford university. The execuiive feels Itself unable
to make the grant, but a deputation will
wait on the Dominion cabinet to ask a
grant from the Dominion treasury to
Mulloy for the purpose.
Toronto, Jan.  3.���Doctors  'say    that
Edward Hanlan cannot live out the day.
Toronto. Jan. 3.���According    to   the
evidence of William Jordan Gardner before Judge Winchester in the civic parks
Inquiry yesterday, plants ami tlowers
which were valuable, had been given to
persons elected by ..he people to look
after civic business and men employed
to work for the city In the parks had
been sent to improve private grounds.
These laborers and gardeners were paid
by tlie city for the time they were engaged in such work.
Edmonton, Jan. 3.���Premier Rutherford has been appointed a vice-patron
of tbe society to nationalize the Quebec
battlefields by Mis Excellency the Governor General of Canada.
Saddle Lake, Sask., Jan. 3.���Word has
reached here from Lac St. Vincent that
a man was killed and eaten by wolves
at a point forty miles south of that
place. T��be report states that only the
man's gun and a few hafrs were found
while nearby were the remains of seven
timber wolves which the man had evidently shot before before being overcome by the rest of the pack. Some
half breeds from St. Paul de Metes have
gone to try and blenllfy the victim if
possible. The point where the body
was found is just north of Heaver river,
and about forty miles east of Lac
Winnipeg, Jan. 3.���Application of the
National Trust company and Rev.
Samuel Pritchard MatheRon, archbishop
of Rupert's Land, executors of the late
Rev. Thomas Vincent, of Rockwood.
Man., who died January lGth of last
year at Fort Albany. Keewatin, leaving
a total estate of $37,983.85, was filed in
tbe surrogate court at Toronto for probate. The deceased left $0,230 in the
bank and other stock in Ottawa.
Halifax, Jan. 3, The Allan liner Pomeranian, which arrived today -from
Havre, after a tempestuous passage, reports thai she stiw nothing of the missing Mont Royal steamship. People here
hnve practically given up all hope.
Quebec, Jan. 3.���The Quebec legislature has heen called to meet Tuesday,
March 3rd.
Montreal, Jan. 3.���Tbe Empress or
Ireland was reported 100 miles west of
Fastnet light at C p. ni. Thursday.
Ottawa, Jan. 3.���Arrangements arc
concluded for a conference of detegates
from all Canadian clubs to bo held al
Ottawa January lath to devise yays and
means of raising a million dollars by
public subscription to supplement the
grants already promised by federal and
provincial governments toward** the conversion of the most important parts of
the battlefields of the Plains of Abraham nnd St. Foye, at Quebec, Into a
national   park,  und   the   erection   of a
Baron Rothschild of Paris Charged With
False Pretences  in   His Pure
Milk Campaign.
Paris, Jan. 3.���A few years ago Baron
Uenr] de Rothschild, who is a doctor of
medicine, started in the most populous
district of Paris a philanthropic dairy
lor the free supply of pure milk to poor
people. The institution became well
known, and large numbers of people or
position paid for the milk aud became
customers of the baron, who has now
sixty-eight pure milk depots in Paris.
The Milk Dealers' Union has now
sued Baron de Rothschild before tbi-
Trlbunal of Commerce on the ground
that under tbe pretence of a work of
philanthropy he was carrying on illegal
competition, the tradesmen being Obliged io a^ke out trade putcnts and pay
taxes, which the baron as a phllanthro
pist, escaped. The milkmen, therefore.
pet II toned the court to order the baron
to remove from his shops Inscriptions
which tended to make the public believe
the shops were benevolent institutions.
whereas   in   reality   they   constituted   a
commercial undertaking,
Il was alleged that Huron de Rolhs-
etnld, through agents, bought milk at
wholesale prices and retailed it at B
large profit; that as a matter of fact he
only gave away $1,400 worth of milk
per annum, and lhat in order to Injure
the miiK dealers he denounced a numbei
of them for selling impure milk, nnd
iii.I them great harm though tbe Charges
ugnlnst them were dismissed. Judgment
was postponed. The baron's counsel denied the assertion that his client's business was not a work of philanthropy.
Will Stand No Nonsense.
Munlce, Ind.. Jan. 3.���Governor I Ian-
ley, through his representative. Adjutant General Perry, last night Issued an
autonomy to the county of Delaware,
City of Munice. declaring lhat if there
is further rioting over the Strike situation in Munice today tw'o thousand
troops will he on the scene before night
. hurlreil
r "iito one  mll-
..sand   shares   of
the  Company  In
at Nelson, and
Miner,   whose
is  the   attorney
First Serious Wreck of
the Year
Seven  Survivors  Drifted in  Small
Boat in Mid-Atlantic Till Found,
Starving and  Exhausted.
New York, Jan. 3.���Seven shipwreck
ed sailors, believed to be the only survivors of the crew of sixteen of the
Norwegian barque Germanic, were
brought here today by the oil tank
steamer Hortham Newton. They were
picked up in mid-ocean on December 17
ln a terrible condition from exposure
eight days after their vessel had been
abandoned. Another boat which contained eight men has not been found.
The captain of the barque who remained on board until all the men found
places in small boats did not have time
to save himself and went down wilh his
The seven men who were rescued tell
a story of frightful suffering before they
were picked up by the Newton. Obliged
to leave their sinking ship in the midst
of a storm which had twisted aud opened the seams of the barque until she
was uuseawortby, their little boat was
tossed helplessly about by the waves,
the scant store of provisions which they
liad succeeded in getting together was
in constant danger of being ruined by
salt water, and their cask of diiaknig
water became tainted. For many days
they had nothing to drink, but rain
water which they caught. The supply
of food became exhausted after seven
days and the mon had been entirely
without food for more than 24 hours
when they were picked up by the steamer. They were in a terrible condition
when taken on board the Newton. Their
bodies were covered with sores from
the constant contact of salt spray and
they were so weak from exhaustion
and lack of nourishment they were
scarcely able to stand.
Rattered about by the tremendous
seas and buffeted by the fierce wind.
the Germanic sprang a leak, her decks
were burst open, the cabins washed
away and she became completely waterlogged. When It was seen that she
could not long remain afloat, the order
to take the small boats was given.
There was scarcely time to stock the
boat with wood and water and for the
men clamor into the two boats. In one
of the boats were eight men ami in the
Other seven, the captain remaining on
board until all tbe men had found places
In the boats. Then, as he was about to
step aboard, the barque gave a lurch
and went down, carrying her captain
with her. His body was picked up later
by the boat crew which was rescued by
the Newton. The two boats kept within
sight of each other for several hours
after leaving tbe  barque.
During the first night they, became
separated. The fate of the second boat.
which eonlnined eight members of the
crew, is not known.
Will be delivered    every evening    at
your door for
Fiftt Cents a month
Bonf   Caste I Line   and   His  Cousin   Talk
Freely About Family Quarrel.
Paris, Jan. 3.���The newspapers of this
city today published long accounts ol
the encounter yesterday between Count
Hon! Oaatellane and Prince Belle Desa-
gon in the Rue de Chaillot.
The two incisure cousins. Conn! Hon!
was recently divorced by his wife, win.
was Mlsa Anna Gould of New York, and
Prince Ilelle Is credited with having
been  attentive  to  Mme. Gould.
Count Hon! declares his cousin to be
outside the pale of society nnd he reiterates the statement made yesterday
thut It would be Impossible for him to
procure acceptable seconds oven If he
desired to challenge him to a duel,
Prince llelie De.sagan when seen hy the
Associated Press today was propped In
bed smoking cigarettes. He declared
that after conferring with a feneini
master and other friends, he had nc
reason to change his decision not to
send a challenge.
"If Hon! had struck me In the face
with his glove I would fight him." said
the prince. "Hv attacking me with his
brother, two against one, and striking
me when 1 was down, he has placed
himself outside the laws regulating af
fairs   of honor.     Moreover,   I   bave   de
Ic'ded, upon the advice of my attorney,
should the public prosecutor not act In
��� ������irin-y a charge of criminal
**************** -ith a demand for one
i^o*-* ,. n order to be able to
-...uejieii berate character of the at-
Asked about the report published by
Le Journal that his engagement to Mme.
Ooubi would be announced in a few
days and that the marriage would follow in Germany, Prince Helie replied
that the public should be satisfied with
the denials issued by Mme Gould and
himself. As Mme. Gould's divorce only
becomes definite at the end of three
months any marriage now is Impossible.
The Prince said it was hardly likely
in any event that Mme. Gould would
marry before a year had elapsed. After
a pause, the Prince added, smiling, "At
the end of that time I dw not know
what may happen." Count F;oni Is ten
years younger than Prince Helie and
considerably smaller in stature. Both
men are good s��*>ortsmen.
Bad Cheese in Ohio.
Wharton, Ohio, Jan. 3.���A dozen people were poisoned here today by eating
cheese. Clarence Bell, his wife and
three children are' dying. The others
poisoned are: Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler
Crider and two children, and the family
of I. J. Long.
Naval Demonstration by Powers Is Suggested to Enforce Reforms
in   Macedonia.
Rome. Jan. 3.���Negotiations are going on between the powers concerned
regarding the refusal of Turkey to accept the collective not of the powers
in the matter of the proposed judicial
and financial reforms for Macedonia.
The suggestion has been made that In
order lo induce Turkey to submit It
would be well to bring about a joint
naval demonstration against her. General De^iorgis, who for some years past
has been commander of the International gendarmerie in Macedonia, has returned to Rome. As he desires to resume his duties in the Italian army it ls
probable that he will not return to
Turkey. The general today had an interview with Foreign Minister Tittoni
at which the situation In Macedonia was
Choral Society.
The Nelson Choral society will practice on Monday evening next at 8.15
o'clock in the Bantist church on Stanley
street instead of at the K- of P. hall.
The Baptist church is more gennerally
convenient than the h_H and Is an excellent place for singing tn. All members are  requested  to be present.
Revolution Overdue.
Mobile, Ala.. Jan. 3.���What is believed to be an incipient or pending revolution Is reported from Puerto Cortes,
Honduras. Captain Maxwell, of the U.
S. gunboat Marietta, was notiflpd by
the government of Honduras on Christmas Day that an expedition was organizing in Guatemala and Port Belize, its
destination being unknown. It was
claimed that General Lee Christmas,
the American, was recruiting Americans on the Guatemala frontier and
that two sailing vessels had been obtained.
Saved  From Suicide.
Chicago, Jan. 3.���The Chicago Anti-suicide bureau of the Salvation Army issued a report yesterday of the cases handled and suicides prevented since the establishing of the bureau six months ago
In that time 333 persons have sought
the assistance offered hy the bureau
and of that number It Is estimated that
8 per cent, have been saved from self-
destruction. A significant fact is that
lhe overwhelming number of those
who applied to the bureau were men.
Only 05 women availed themselves of
the  help.
Montreal  Drops Out.
Buffalo. Jan. 3.��� A special despatch
from Rochester. N. Y.. says: "John J.
Carney, manager W the Trenton club of
lhe Trl-state league writing to Maurice
!���' Dalnsy.Of ihls city, under date of Dec.
30. says lhat Trenton has purchased the
Montreal Franchise' and will be in the
eastern league next session. It Is not
lhong.il thai there will be any objection In Trenton's admission ou the part
of other easteTn league clnl>s. Trenton
is equipped with u modern baseball
*p'an, as Colonel Lewis Perlne. owner of
the club, recently built stands at a cost
of $20,1100.   Manager Catnyey win have
the pick of the players reserved by the
old Trenton tri-Htate team and the Mon
treal team as well as a number of promising youngsters from   the   New   York
Collision in Ottawa.
Ottawa, Jan. 3.���A bad street smash
up occurred this afternoon on St. Patrick's street bridge whereby one man
was killed and several persons injured.
A street car dashed head-on Into a
freight train standing on a level crossing and smashed it to pieces. A German, named August Waunfc. 52 years
old, who was working In a ditch beside
the track was killed instantly. Besides
the conductor and motorman. there were
four persons in the cars. All were Injured more or Iobs seriously. The accident Is unaccountable. Flagel. motor-
man, seems to have been looking around
him paying little alb'ntlon to the progress of the car which was travelling at
fair speed. The engineer of the freight
train claims he blew his whistle when
the car was four hundred yards away
and blew It several times afterwards.
End of Berlin Editor's
Trial For Libel
Harden Very 111 But Able to Attend
Ceurt For Sentence���Count Von
Moltke Vindicated.
Berlin. Jan. 3���Maximilian Harden
was sufficiently recovered to appear in
court today and the hearing of Count
Von Moltke's libel case against hlrn
entered upon its final stage.
Harden was attended by bis own physician. He spoke in his own delense.
In the beginning hib voice was feeble
and he could scarcely be heard, but during portions of his address he developed something of his customary elecu-
tionary vigor. His first impressions concerning Prince Phillip Zu Elenburg and
the persons attached to the Princess
Interests had been gained, he said,
from the late Prince Von Bismarck
and members of his household.
Berlin, Jan. SS���Maximilian Harden
has been sentenced to four months Imprisonment on the charge of libelling
Count Kuno Von Moltke.
Alice,   Countess   of   Yarmouth,   Wants
Divorce From Earl.
London. Jan. 3.���The Countess of
Yarmouth, who was Miss Alice Th.w of
Pittsburg , has begun proceedings for
tbe nullification of her marriage with
the Earl of Yarmouth. The case is entered iu the list for trial at the coming
sittings of the divorce court, lt will
be heard ln camera.   The coimteej is a
sister of Harry K. Thaw.
Pittsburg, Jan. 3.���The news from
England today that the CJuatess of
Yarmouth, formery Miss Alice Thaw of
this city, had begun proceedings for the
nullification of her marriage, did not
create much surprise, as it has been
known here for some time that all waa
not well between the couple. It is said
the estrangement resulted from two
causes. The first is said to be the action of the Earl of Yarmouth during the
first .trial of Harry K- Thaw, a brother
of the countess, who Is to be tried Monday next for tlie second time for the
murder of Stanford White at New York-
It is said when the trial was about to
begin, Yarmouth went to Egypt and
lived in seclusion in the society of
English folk who reside there during
the winter months.
The second cause is said to be the
tctlon of the Thaw family in determlni-
upon an Insanity plea for t'.arry ���raw.
From rcijorts received here from 1-on-
don during the past month, it Ib said
Yarmouth objected to insanity figuring
in the New York trial on tho grounds
that It would have a direct influence
on the succession of the Yarmouth es-
tateB ln the even that there was an
Issue from the marriage. It Is also said
that the parents used every influence
to prevent the Institution of proceed-
insrs to nullify the marriage. Yiirmouth
and MIsb Alice Thaw were married in
Pittsburg. April 7. 1903.
Won't Patronize Fad.
Chicago, Jan. 3.���Mrs. Harold McCor-
tnlck, daughter of John D. Rockefeller,
refused yesterday to act as patroness a?t
a benefit of the Frances Willard luwi-i-
tal, the cutis,* being, she Wrote to the
board of trustees she did not "feel
wholly In sympathy with a hospital
which did nut permit the use of alcoholics and doctors' prescriptions." The
entertainment has been postponed because, it Ib said, of Mrs. McCormlck's
position. A statement has been issued
on behalf of tho hospital which says:
"Glycerine and ether are used as stimii-
laoiia alt, r operation* instead ol ale,hoi
at tho Frances Willard hospital.' r. he
alcoholic rub-down has even b*-en alone
away with, salt being nsiul as i substitute. The latest medical ���,th .cities
seem to j-gree that alcohol ls narmCtt! in
medical practice.
Prices of Metals.
New York, Jan. S!.���Silver, BS^c;
copper, 11*4*3,1 lead. S4.75.
London, Jan. ::.���SSlver. 25 9-16d.; lead
��14. 12s., 6d.
Opening  Copper  Quotations.
New  York. Jan. SI,  1908.
(By McDermld & Mcllurdy I
Asked Bid
Oranby    $80,111)       $75.00
Pomlninn  Copper      l.S87%        175
li. C. Copper     4.12*4       4.00
;&' T    jiktky Canadian
jo* year so
���S-s i may
jhioh we
Clothing,    Gents'   Furnish ings ^
and Boots and Shoes
Is beginning to arrive.
In about another week we will be able to offer full lines
in these goods, and can promise you the best value ever offered in the city.
In the meantime it will pay you to await their   arrival
before making your purchase.
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roller skating rink""���
Good Shooting.     .
Yesterday   mornn.
���"������is Dr. Hall dT-Ucfc
Imperial Bafik of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
Capital Authorized   $10,000,000    Capital Paid Up $4,860,000
Rest    $4,860,000
D. B. WILKIE. President.
HOI- . KOBEKT JAFFBAY, Vioe-President
Branches in 11 tish Columbia:
Interest  allowed on  deposits  trom date of deposit and credited quarterly.
nblsom hhawh aJ��.   IVi*   LAY,   iVIanager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated  A.  D.  1809.
 $3,900,000     Reserve Fund	
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all kinds of Eanking  Business.
SPECIAL   ATTENTION   given   to  the
���avings    Bank    Department,    and
;nterest    credited    Quarterly    on
Savings Bank Accounts.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Published six days a week by tba
Baker St..   Nelnon, B. C
BuoacrlpUou rates, **> cents a month delivered
in the city, ur jV>.00 a year If -seal by mall, wheu
paid ln advance.
Advertising rati - on appllratlon.
All monies paid lu settlement of The Dally
Cauadlan accounts, either for nubneription-s or
aavertibliiK, muni be receipted for on the printed
forms of tiie Company. Other receipts are not
day,   January   3,   1908.
One consoling feature of the Dominion
government's enormous budget ior L908
is that it indicates beyond any doubt
that ministers have no Intention of
"tinkering with the tariff." The ���in
tquitouB Bystem of protection*' must continue to nourish to provide the govern*
ment with die means <>i rewarding uh
j'h'sion. Pearsons, Obed Smiths et al.,
and Sir Wilfrid will again deny tUtnusll
the rest tbat ho will never enjoy till he
Jiuh established Free Trade.
Meanwhile the only  people who wore
honestly deceived by the silly gospel -i
Free Trade, are beginning Klo-viy ro
realise their error. Britain was supreme
and unchallenged, eominoicially. Industrially and financially, as the result of
half a century of intelligent protection
inaugurated b> the younger Pitt, when
au Irish famine .frightened Sir ���Robert
Feel into abolishing the Coin Laws. In
the 80 years that have followed, Prance,
Germany and the lulled States by virtue of protecting their nwn commerce
and  industry,  have challenged   British
supremacy in many fields and. in some.
destroyed it.   The British worklnjmen
will not be forever gulled with the im
beetle cry of "Free Food." And when
the awakening comes the Radical des
pendants of the Free Traders win suffer political annihilation,
The tariff features of our National
Policy are in no danger now. If Sir
WMfrlil Laurier meant anything al all
by IiIh rhetorical nonsense in his irresponsible . days, he has learned better
���since. Still, the following from the
Montreal Star's London correspondent
Is instructive reading:
John Hull has wakened up with a
start to find thai he Is In the death-grip
of   lhe   Yankee   Beef  Trust,   and   he   ls
supremely uncomfortable.   The price ol
beef mounts up and up. and the Itrlt
l*h supply goes down and down. Only
l.ve years ago ihe English lal cattle
entering _n_Ush markets iu one year
exceeded l.ObO.uuo. Year by year the
number has steadily declined, until In
.'JOG it was 79U.OO0 only. At the same
time the imports of live and dead meat,
espeojallly through Chicago firms, has
mounted up from iJOu.UOu tons ln 1902 to
419,000 tons in 1900. In other words.
BSnglish farmers have supplied English
home markets with 21 per cent, less
cattle in 1906 than in 1��JU2. while the
Chicago Trust has increased Its supplies 88 per cent. A few American
linns control the supply to such un extent that they fix the English market
price, and they are making the Hritish consumer pay for his dependence to
ihe extent of 15 per cent, increase in
the   cost of  beef since  July.
Touch John Hull in -tilts bread and
meal bill aud be squeals. Will he also
turn and kick? One has only to read
leading Ministerial journals, such as
ihe Daily Chronicle and the Westminster Gazette, to realize how uncomfortable they feel under ibis advance of
food prices. "Vote for Free Trade and
Cheap Food" is oue of the election cries
by which they defeated bhamberlatfi at
the polls two years ago. Today the L00
Unionist campaign vans tbat are touring the country bluzoti forth the ci > ;
"EUeOtors you have been swindled. You
voted Free Trade; where is tbe cheap
lood you were promised; ask your wives*,
next Saturday when they pay the butcher and the baker." Hence the movement In a section of the Ministerial
press lor taking down the barriers
Sgalnsl Canadian store cattle. Let the
high beef price continue, and we shall
hear  more  of  this.
Note also the significant anti-American attitude ot another section of the
same Ministerial press. This week
bus seen the disclosure of the dumping Intentions Of United States motor
ear makers, who are offering to English
houses at ridiculous under-cost prices
American-made cars for which in these
limes of tight money they can Und no
sale in the United States. The Daily
Chronicle is Indignant, and staunch
free trade journal though lt ls. It
makes a Startling proposal. No Hritish government, it says, can sit Idly by
and sec a greal British Industry made
in this way the object of au organised foreign attack alined at lis destruc
Hon. If nothing else will do, the Hritish
government must retaliate by threatening to forbid the export lo the United
Slates from the Hritish (.'rown Colonies
of tin. United States industry, uiv.ues
the Cbronicl'1, would be Herlously crippled by the stoppage of the tin supply
from liritish Crown Colonies, and Ibe
men? threat1 would be enough t<�� stop
this projected dumping, in other words,
as President Rosevelt once pn* it to
Gilbert Parker, the Yankee would cry,
"Don'i shoot, we'll come down."
Hut, suppose the Americans did not
come down. Suppose Instead tlm' he
says: "Prohibition Is a game al v, hich
two can play. If you prohibit tin exports to us we will prohibit cotton  ex-
Is now ready to  execute   all
orders for Job Printing on
shortest notice.
The Job Department is up-to-
date in every respect and a
full line of stationery will be
kept in stock.
All orders entrusted to our
care will receive prompt and
careful attention.
314 Baker St.
Tel. 324.
ports to you. Seeing that the largest
I'.nglish textile Industry depends upon
American cotton, no British government
dare face the prospect of a starving
Lancashire. An Irish |>otato famine
smashed the Corn Laws sixty years
ago; what might not a Lancashire famine do? Moreover, are the Crown Colonies likely to rest complacent under a
British Imposed extinction of their
trade? They wouSd 11 ti li I rather lhau
starve, ami the British l-Smpire is not
liuilt for Internal conflict of ihat kind
The moral seems plain enough: The
simplest way to light American motor
car dumpers and American beef trusis
is to give each a dose of their own
medicine���that is to say, give Hritish
Ministers the power of tariff retaliation,
and adopt revenue duties with Empire
preferential rates. It will surprise
many of the shrewdest English political observers If that Is not how the
worklngman will look at lhe problem.
He will vote for free trade where it
means cheap food and plenty of work,
hut free trade and dear food and no
work because of the American trusts Is
quite another story.
The defeat of Dr. Ileattle Nesbitt In
Ihe mayoralty campaign In Toronto docs
not indicate any weakening of the Conservative party In Toronto, as our contemporary would fain believe. There
were five candidates in the Held, only
three of whom, however, were taken
seriously hy the electors. Aldermen
Oliver and Geary were candidates, both
highly respected by the citizens generally and both with good records ln the
council. It happened that Aid Oliver
was a Liberal and Aid. Geary a Conservative. Dr. Nesbitt entered the campaign trusting to his personal popularity. Neither Mr. Oliver nor Mr Geary
made any appeal on parly grounds. Mr.
Oliver was evidently selected by the vol
ers as the more certain means of [inventing the election of Dr. Nesbitt.
containing 640 acre., more or less,  and weet aud
sdja.eiH to Umber licence No ihoil.
l>,��te,l November - at, 1-07.
B. 0. Jaoow. locstor,
A. Ha, KSTT, sgent.
No 3. Post msrke.l T. F. Jsckmsn aouthesst
comer, thence eighty ebalna north, tbence
elgbty chains west, thence eighty chalua aoutb,
thence eighty chain* east to the place of beginning, containing 610 acrea, more or lesa. and
cast an.l iidjacen, to W.A. Uoss No. 1 poal ou
,'orn creek.
Deled November '-'1st. l'JOT.
T K. JACKM.N. locator,
A. Ha,    BIT, sgent
No. 4. Postmarked Tom l.avealle soutbw.-.t
corner ,H,.t thence eighty chain, north, thene.
eighty clmliia east, ihence eighty chains soolh.
thetice eighty chalna wial to place ol beginning,
containing ,.,0 acres, more or leaa, and mat and
adjacent lo umber licence \o U0M
Dated November 21st, 1907.
'Ion Lavbai.ie, locstor,
A. :Ia<-xbtt, agent.
Nelson Land Diatrict. District o, West Kootensy
lake notice tbat l, F. A. Shaver, Inland to sp-
ply lor a apeclal licence In cut and carry aavsv
timber from f.,n acr.a ol land: Commencing at
a poat placed on tbe northwest corner marked
. A. Shaver. No 1. then, e eighty chalna aoulh.
thence eighty chalna eaat. thane,  eighty chslna
north, then ighty chain, wtat to the place ..I
l.,-,:lniiin*, containing 610 acres, more or leaa,
aud shout three milea weat ot the Kootensy
river and about one mile aouth ol Corn creek
and .o.ith and adjacent to Umber licence 107/7
mi.I eaat and adjacent to timber licence latrJ3
Located November -1st. 1907.
Y  A. -uivia. locator,
A. HlaTSsTfT, sgent.
Nelton Land DUtrlot. District ol Weat Kootenay
Take notice that I. I. W Shaver. Intend lo ap
ply tor a apeclal Hence lociu aud carry away
Umber Irom t.lo acres ol land: l'ommencing st
a poat marked LSi, V, . shaver, northweat comer
thence elghly chalua south, thence eighty
chalna east. Ihence elghly clialns north. Ihence
.-ighty chalna weat lo plaee o! beginning, con-
MUllng M0 UTM, more or less, and eaat and adjacent to timber lloano. IMH, and alao aoulh
and a.ljnc.-ui to timber licence No l.r*M3, and alao
south and adjacent to F A. Shaver timber limit
Dated  November 21st. I907.
I., w. hhav.s, locstor,
A. Ha. kstt, sgent.
Conspirator. Arrested.
Berlin, Jan. 8.���The police of this city
raided a hOUM in the suburb of Char
lottenbnm last nignt and arrested IT
members of the central commlllec ot
Ih.. Russian workingmiMi's party The
arrests were made under the Prussian
laws  which   forbid   meeting!   of   scrrel
societies and presumably as a result or
Information supplied by Russian political agents.
Nelnon Land District.  OlttnotOl Wwt Koolenay
Tnl... notice  Ihit W. A    Hudnon,  et Hpokane,
Wpo-lnston, U h.a., occupation umber ornimr,
hit-Mill to apply for h IMOttl limber licence 0V9t
the following described lands: Commencing St
h pott planted on the north bunk nt Corn ereek,
nt the juiietlon ol the north fork of Turn creek
with Ihe main nlream, iibout BJS UUM In ��
westerly direction from tin- confluence of natd
r.orn creek with the Knott-nay river, thenee
north lOofatlni thence went 100 ehainn, Ihence
Month 40 chain*, thenee eant 100 ei-alu* to point
of commencement, cntilalulhg MO acrei, more oi
hate.! November 7th, UOT,
Wm iam A. Hri'KO**..
Take nollee thnt I K. C. Otis. Intend to apply
for I ajH-elal lifeline to cut and carry away Um
ber from M0 acren of laml: Commencing at a
i".at planted about four mllei* weat of the Koolenay river, mi a "mall creek (lowlnK from lhe
fOQtll into Com creek ntol about one ami oin-
half mile* Month of Corn creek and went and
adjacent lo timber liOSUOS No. lf>T-*!4; comtnen
i in,' at No. 1 pout marked K. C. Otl�� imrthcwit
I'onuT -pont, thence elvhiy clmltin nouth, lhenoe
eighty ObaMOt WSit. t-SOOS el-jchty ctiHlnn north,
t lence eighty chalna eaat to the place: ol ...
klriiiliiir.. 1'mii'nlNinr 0*10 acren, more or lenn.
l>ated November il, 1007.   K c. OTIS, loeator,
A  Hackktt. MS-1
No 'X. font marked B. C. Jagow northweni
Potner, theuce elghly chalua i nth, theuci
elghly 0-bftini i'Ul, Ihence eighty chalua north
thence eighty cbslna weit to pla-ce of bcglunlu-.
Having maoe arrangements with the manufacturers of the celebrated P. D.
French corsets a demonstration will be conducted at our store by Miss R. Win-
field, an expert corsetiere.
The P. D. is a Parisian corset made especially for us; is elegant style, affording great comfort to the wearer; fits superbly, being made with a superior pliable boning;   keeps free from wrinkles and shapes to fit any figure.
Your attendance at this demonstration will afford us pleasure, and whether
you intend to purchase or not Miss Winfield will gladly explain any point of Interest about these corsets. As her stay Is of short duration we invite your early
attendance. FRED  IRVINE & CO.
QC% AaersTS butterick pah'IiIViNs _3_1
Ca , -*��*
Nelaon Land iMBtrlet.   Ulnirlei of Went Koolenay
Take notl*_*e that Hoiomou Wtlklnaon. ot Nt-l-
son, B C, occupation lumberman. Intenda to
apply for a ipoclal timber licence over the foi-
lowing deaf-rib*"! landn:
1. Commeuclng at a pont planted on ttu-north
bank of Summit ereek about tw���� and a half
mllea from Its mouth, theuire norih 40 chain*,
theuee eaat IHU ehainn, thbiice aouth 40 ehainn,
thenee wi'nt 160 chalna.
i,ri.''.i 'anh November, IWl.
'2. Commencing at a -pom planted on an uu*
named creek which .Iowa Into Hum ml t creek
from the Mouth at a point about two and a hall
tnllen eaal from lhe uorth fork ol Mitnmll creek
Malil i-,-: t*etug placed about three-<-uarterN mile
up Mich, unnamed creek ami about tiUll feet lo
Ihe BSSl thereof, thence eaal 4U chaltiM, tli>-ii<"
Booth 160 chain*-, theuee weat 4u chain*., tbSOS*
uorth IGtl chalna.
l>ated lUth November, \W1,
3. ��� .mini,*ti. iiik- ai a {Hint planted t,n an un
imiii.d ereek whleh lowl into Hummit creek
from the aouth al a point about two auda hull
mllea sSSt from the north fork ol Hummit creek
at a -point about three ..uartern mile up nueu
creek aud about 600 leet to the tail thereof,
thence aoulh lCn chalim, theuce went 40 ehainn,
then, c north 110 ehainn, th'-nee cant 4U ehslPSi
Dated Win November, 19t7.
t, Commeneing at a -post planted on thenorlh-
eaat nide oi the north fork of Hummit tstoOk
about four mi-en from the Junction of Uie nnrlh
fork with the main Hummit rreek. thence nouth
80 ehainn, thenoe weal M clialnn, thenee north <S0
rhalua, theuce eatl HO chatnn.
Waled i-lh, November, 1907
Hot^iyoN Want**bon,
b   (iKOROK YoiNo. Agent.
��� *******,,      Pla*l
Tour choice of sts iieautut,i patterns
In Oeuiilue Scotch Tweeds. Regular
|.:.". .li iu 88.00 Suits.   Sale Price $25.00.
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Kxteunlou of one  week   within   which   to -ad
vcrtiac   granted.     Harry   Wright,   Aia't.   Coin*
mint-inner of Land Hiid Wurka.
Nel-oti !.���:.���: Diatrict.   Dlitrlct of Weit Kootenay
Take notice that I. T. L. U>gan, ot Bonuern
Kerry, Idaho, occupation painter, intend to ap
ply lor a npecial timber licence over the following dencribed lamln: Commencing at a pont
planted nt the noutheaat corner of ttmb**r
licence No. 1M!t|. (lienec eaal HO chalna, thence
north no chalim, ttu-nee went HO ehaluk, ttn-nce
-"���uth wi chain* to |toint of ttomtncueemeiit,
i in.talulng iVto Ht-rei.. more or lena.
Dated Novemb-jr Jlat, lv��07. T. L UxikH,
Colin Kmith, agent.
Nelnon 1 Hit-I Dihirlct. Diatrict of Weat Koolenay
Take notice ihat I, Charlen Dutcher, Intend
Lo apply for a iMCial UmlMT licence, to cut and
crrry away Umber trotn 64(1 acren ol land Com-
inetH-lng at No.] pout about 12 mlJeF went of the
Koolenay river, on the nortb aide of |Bnuudary
creek* and north, and adjaceut to timtier llcetmen
l '.I'.***., and oil" unit' north of the Ititernstloual
boundary line: eoiiimenclng al n poal marked
Charier- Dulcli, i Miulhweat oorner, theuce 80
i liHlni north, tbenoa 00 ehaini eait, thenee SO
chain*- aouth, thetx e -n chalna went -to Lhe plttvcc'
ot beginning, eoiitiiitiliiK '���"l acrei. mure nr leia.
l>oea'.ed Novemliir IHth. iWl,
iiukun DuTr;H��a, Locator.
No. 2. ('rimmeui'iiig ai a poat marked Charlen
Dutcher'' f-oQthSMt OOT-Vi thence HO chaliut
north, thence HO chalua weat, thence wi ehainn
nouth, ihence Wichnlui eant lo the place uf be-
KlunlUK, and wei*t and afllaeenl to number one
timber limit, and einiUiluing 040 acrei, more or
located November IHth. HOT,
1 M tr i.- iii ii'iif.H -Loostor,
No. 8. Coinmeneiiig at n pont marked Charlen
Diitcher'n northwc-i corner and about II. mllei
went of the Kooteunv river on the north ride 01
Houndary creek nnd north and adjacent io timber lleciwe IMHiu, Uiciiee loiilh HO clialnn. thence
i'imkii cliiilnh, iheiiee north Hn t halnn, theme
went HO chain* to tht phue of beginning, containing 04U acten, more or leaa.
i-oirtled November 1.1th, 1��I7.
No. 4 Commencing at n jmp**i marieil ("harlen
Dutcher'n ruirtheanl corner, thence aouth HO
chalim, thence went HO chalim, thence north HO
chalun. thenee eant HO chalni to the place of beginning, containing MU acren, more or leia
bofM.i-.-i November Uth. lUfl.
<   IUHI  K-H   I"    M   III.I!,   I.O.'BtOr
No. ft, --onimcuciiig at n pont marked (Charlei
Dutcher'*- <������ -I,' i- i corner, thence HO ehainn
uorth, thctu e HO chalna weat, theuce HO chain*,
���OHM) thence H" chain* eait lo lhe place of be-
ginuitig, containliiK Mb aerea, more or leu,
l.r��� ntcd  So\ embei   lam, \0tfl
f o. 6. ('otnineiielng hi a pont marked Churl en
Inn-tier'** muMIi w* ni corner, th'*nce Don Is tt)
ehainn, thence cunt nu chain*, thence ion h HO
chalun, tbence weal HO chain* to the place ul be
ginning    enuaiulng Old n -ren, more or lem
Located Novumher 18th, l��o
CI1AHI.U   I'l'ltllBK, LtXB.ir.
Nelson I-^nd Dlitrlct DUtrlet of Went Kootenay.
Taae notice that I, W A Ilitdaou, ofBpokt-ne,
Wa*h , occupation timber crulaer. Intend to ap-
i*ly for a ��� pedal tlmfter licence over the following deierlbed landi; Commencing at a \*'*x
plauted on the north bank of Huuim 11 erect, mul
marked W, A. Hudinu'n H. W. corner, ihence
north 40 chains, thence east lOOcbairin, tin nee
south 40 chains- thenee went i��' chain* to lhe
point of comm<*uc**menl, -.-tiittalniug MO aciea,
mt>te or lean
Dated Nov   2, \Wl. W.A   DOBSOS.
Nelson band District. Dintrict ot Went Koolenay.
Take notice lhat W A. IIiuImi. of Ipokano,
Wash., occupation limber orulSSV, inteii'ln to apply for a npecial timber licence over lhe (ollnw-
ing deK-rlbed lands: Commencing nt a po-t
plauled on the south bank of tbi north fork ol
CorucreeK, tbence south 40 chalun, thi D ������ went
160 chaim, theuctt north 40 ehainn. thenee *'��al
160 chain* to the polnl of eomtneueenieul. containing 640 aerea, moru or lesa.
Dated Not. 6th, lft-7. W. A. IlrDsoN.
Nelioo l^and Dlitrlct. District ol Wtst Kootenay
Take nollce that W A. Hminon, ol Hpokane.
Wsnh., occupation timber cruiser, intends to apply for a special timber lict-uco over the following described lands; Commencing Ht a pool
pi*.nted on the east aide of the Jamilh lurk of ihu
north tork ol Corn creek, thence noutli ni Imlii*,
theuce west HO chains, ihence north hi chain*.
Ibvnco eaat HO chain* to the point of cntnmetice
ment, containing 010 u,vrea, more or lem
Dated Nov-6lh, 1*17. w   4. HOUSOST,
Nelaon land District. District of Went Kootenuy.
Take notice lhal W.A. Hsidnoti, of .-i-okane,
W'tuh., occupation limber erulner, in tt t dn to np
ply for a special timber licence over the following described landi: t omiueucliig at a pont
planted about TiOjO feel north of Ihe nor'.li
fork of Corn creek, ihence noutn Ho ehattir*.
thence woat 80 chalun, theuce utrth M)
ehainn, thence eant B chiilm to the point ol
commencement, containing 040 aeren, more Of
Dated Nov, 6th, l'JOT. |W. A. BOOSOM,
Nelaon Laud Distild JDlstrlcl of West Koolenay
Take notice tlmt W. A. Hudson, of BpOKSQO,
Waah., oecupalion Umber eruisei. Inteiiil** to apply for a special Umber licence over the billow
Ing aotonbsa landa: C<niimeneinK Ht h imst
planted about .'i<s> feel north ol the north fork ol
Com creek, Ihence north HO ebnilin tiienee wc*i
-h cbsinn, thenee routh HO chain**, lio-nee cast no
chain* lo the point of rouiuietn ,'iu-ni cnulaln
r i' tilO acres, moru or lea*.
Dated Nov flth, l��in. W   A. HUDSON,
Nelion I-��nd District. District of Weat Kootenay
lake notice that W'. A. BudSOOi of Hpokane.
Wanh , occupation timber erulner, InteiKlnto ap-
tily for a ipectnl timber licence over the (olio
lug deierlbed landn: Comtneiiciiik at n pont
planted about ���"���< feet north of the north fork of
com creek, ihence south ho ehainn, thenee OSSJ
Hi) chains, thence nortn no clmltiN. thence went t��i
chnlim lo the point nt commencement, containing Mil acren, more or lenn
Dated Nov. flth, iWl. W. A. Hrt'fON
Nelion Laud District Dlnlrlcl of Went Kootenuy
Take nollee thai W. A Hudson, of BpoftSDO-
Wash., uccupallon Limber erulner, mi, n-u to np
ply for a npecial litntrer licence 0Vx\ r the follow
lug '.'���*-' iil.-'-l hu,.it- Commencing at a tKMt
i,i,t ii t. .1 about 'A)0 feet north ol the norih fork of
Corn creek, thence south HO chain*, theuce wcnl
Ho cliHlnn, thence north Hit ehainr., lb-nee eant Ho
chains Ui the point of commencement, contain
in,-, A40 ncrea, more or lens.
Dated Nov. fith, 1HOT. W. A. HrnnoN
Nelson Und Dintrict Dlslrlct of West Kooteiiay
Take notice that W A. Hudson, of SnoSAlWi
Wanh., occlipsllon tlinht-r erulner, lnli inls lo up
ply for a npecial timber Hi ence over the following described lauds: Oo_mOOOlD| at a ponl
plauled about Afi feet north ol the nnrlh fork ol
com creek, thence noulh H phslSI, thsneossil
HO ehainn, ihence north 80 chains, theuce went ho
t halm lo the point of commencement, conlnlu
lug fV40 acre*, more or leas.
Dated Nov. flth, 1007. W   A. HiIDSOH.
Nel-.nnI.Mid Dintrict. Dlslrlct of West t-ootenny
Tako notlco thnt W'. A. Hudson, ol Hpokane,
Wash, occupation limber cruiser, intend* to apply lor a special tlml-tr licence over the following described   laudi;    Cunimenctng at a post
You can huy a in acre Fruit Kami,  In  the host fruit Rrowlnc district
In   liritish  Columbia  by   paying  *l 0 dollars down and $in per month.
Kven as an Investment ibis Is worth consideration.
Fruit hand has trebled in value within the year.   What will it do next
J.  E.  A1NINABUE,   WA��*S*JE5?-r
ol Spok
Sir2��S?B Lumhet. Shingles,
L,atH, AloulciinfiTS, Doors, Windows,
Turnsti Work and l.ritck-. tM.
VBR.NON ���TRBBT   -   -
Mail Orders pnmiptly Htr-'iid*���<! K
INIil^MOrV. b. g*
planted tin the south tank of the nhln Corn
creek itud a'ljoinlng timber tloo&oo Mo 107��,
in'-ini   wutb40ohrubt. thonoo weal  ISO ohattu,
thonoa north 40 ( linln-. theOOO I Ml 100 ehainn to
ihe |M>,nt of coninieucenieiil. eoir.nlning 040
Hcreii, more or tSM
Dated Nov. 7th. IWl. W. A. IIimmoN.
No. Y.i    w��*t fork, uie brook,
Nelnon  LkXnO  DlfctflCl      I'l-'li   I ,,I  West Koot.'llHV
ink.' notlco ihHt I, Jonph I'a trick, ofNalMU,
B.C., occupHtlon Inml.crmnn, intend to npply
for a ipOOUl timbei   lloenoo   over   the   lollowlng
���!'-'��� si.-"I lands: Coramenolng ��i a pont piaui"d
iitioiit f, mil"-   up   th,<   WMl   lork   nt   file   cnek.
nnd Hboiit luelinlun   In.in  tbe   hank <>| Mil I west
fork, Hii'i markad Joseph  I'atrick'n h. k oornor,
ihence   west ho ohaliu,   thenee   norih tvj ehainn,
thenrc ensl N' , loi fin,  tliclnt-   so Ulli Hi, clitiln* to
point ut   ���ninuieuct'iueni,  containing   ''IO   Hires,
more nr [OM
Daii'-l lk,,i*ml*er ftlh. 10 -7.     -In*, Kill I'aTRIiK.
1  J. lai'ftA, agent.
j      No. II     West fork, Fife creek
| N< Inn band l>lnirlet Dielrlct of Wet Kootenuy
Inkeuo'lee that JoiOpQ Patrick, of Nolton,
] He, occupiitlon luiulterniHii, inletuin lo applV
| for a ���POOlSI tiiiilxi licence over the following
[  dt'Hcrlberl lands:   Cnmiui'iniiiu nl B pOflt pliiule |
nl I   two  clmlnn   dit-taut,   and   lu  an   eaisterly
ill red ion    from     location    No.    Ll   ami   marked
.bmeph    I'nirlekn   N.h.   corner,   tbence south MO
chains,   thonoO we*-l HO  clialiu, tiienee   i h*S0
Ohaini,  thence 0001  wt chains  bi point ol com-
meticeiiieiit. < initHIninj* iilu neren, tuor,- or ten*.
Dated DeQeinlx t   <tli,  .*", JOSSFS  PATRICK,
I . J. 1.1 ���(,���!.*. Hgeut.
No |S. Went fork, Plf0 0ro��k,
Nelson band Dlnlr.ct District ni Went Kooteiiny
Inkc notice Hon I, loioph Patrick,ol Nelnon,
R C , occupHtlon liimheriunii. Inientl to Hpply
for a ipecirl limber licence 0V0�� the following
.1,-i riiied Iniul*-; Commenolng al a pont planted
Sboul HO chain* dl-tnii! and in a wenterly illrcc-
lon (roin the west fork of hllc cut k nnd about
S miles from mouth of c Q��k, uml nmrse'l  loneph
r.itri k'i s k   oornor, ihence wem loo oholni,
Hi, nee north 10 chain.,   theuce  eiml  lltil  chuini.
lb ���poo  nouth   10 chiiiim tti point of  coinmenci.-
uielit. colilnlnliig MO acren. more or le s.
Dnted Deecinh'r i,lh, IB07,      JOOSPS PATSICX-
I. I. l.rciA, agent.
No ifl.  nt rona oreek
NeUon hand Dtntrid i Intrlfl of West Koolenay
Tak- notice that I, .1. uph Patrick, ol Nelnnii.
II (,'., occiipatl >u liitul' nunn lniend lo apply
for a spccbil timtier ll(, nee over lhe (oilOW10*|
described Inildn: < mm ��� m im- at n j"-i plaulfrl
about DM miles up Nte\ ha creek and In a N. K.
direction Irom mnutl, of ereek, nod marked
JpUph I'm rick's N EC corner, lh-tticn noulh 80
chnliiH, thonoo west ho chains, Ihence norih Ho
chaliiH , Ihence cast HO chalna lo inu point of
commencement, containing 040 acren, nunc or
Dated December :ir<l, 1U07.      JOSS!- I'athk.'K,
I. .1. I.r ia  agent.
No  17.   Htevenn creek .
NeUuu Loud District   Dutrlut 01 Weit Kuolc.iiy
Take notice that I.Joseph PStTlOk. ot N,
B *', occupation lumbvrniaii. intend toi
hn n IMI tal timber Uo��;ni-e over the fillo
dOSertood landft; Commencing at a post pin
nliout I mile In nn eailerly direction Iroin
moulli uf Steven* ereek, where it emptier*
Caribou lake, and mark".! Joseph I'ntrn k I I
enrner, thenee north Ho chain*, thence < .
chaius, ihence muth Hu chains, tbenoa Wt
dialns lo )adnt of commeiicemcot. contnl
It-Hi acre*, more or b-sn.
Dated December-ind, l*i7-     Jonkiu I'athi'
i. j. Lucia, agent.
No. in.    Iters*! creek.
Nulsnu bnntl Dlslrlct.  Dtstrlctuf We*t Ko'jl-nsj
Toko nollce   that 1, Joseph   Patrick, o'. Sflsoi
B. c ., noon potion lambsnaon, intend   to
l..r a M,e, la! limber UOSDM over th* luUwel
ileni-rlb<><l lunds - CominenclnK nt a r "��� lv
about ,') miles up Htcvelis OTOOk, and, al<
chalua *oiitii (ruin Uie hank ol \_�� trrv\
marked 'OMph Patrick's N. K, eurner, UllM
south ail chains, tti, nee westMrhaius, tl
north an chHltiH, thence east *. chalun to |>,
cominencemeiit, cntitalnu* 640 acres, mo
Dated December Saa.1001-     Jontri'H Patiu
1  J. Lucia, agent
No. Ill     Stevens ereek
Nelson Laud District    District oi Wesl BOoi
Take uotlee thai I. Joseph Patrick., olNi
It. C., occupation lumberman, intend !�� -
for a inoofsl timber liOOOOS over the- fcllo
leKcribnd lands: Commeuclng al n ��.��*-( \>u
titioul !'��� utiles up Hlcvi'ii* creek aeJ tnlio
I,,cal ion No if .,ii iin M.nlli, and ��������_��� _. k ,--i -I-
I'atrlck'n N Mr. corner, thenee east HO ,),
tin tun south h< ehainn, UkOMlO weat K0 eti
Ihence north Hn chalun to point td comne
ment. coutainin*- mo acres, morte or less.
Dated leiembcr UM, 1H07.      Josri-ii 1'ath
I   J. I.r, ia,  no- a'
No. 80     West lork, Watt creek.
Nelnon Laud I'lnlrict    Dintrict. of West Koot
take notice ihnt I, Joneph 1 iitrlck, of Nl
R. C , oecupalion lumberman, intend to i
tof S Hpcclii I Umber licence over lhe loll,
deacribcil land*: Comineucliu* at n poM pli
about 2 mites up the went folk -t Kile ere, k
aboul 20 chains norih ol the creek, ami nc
Joseph Patrick's N. K. corner, thence n.n
ehaliin ihence went HO chains, Iheiicu no
Ohaltis, thetice east 80 dialns to point ol
inoiieemcut, containing I'.io acres, more u
Daled DOOSmbor fith, \m,      Jonsi-H Pa ,v
1   J, l.i i ia, tige^l
���"o '21      Went fork, ot Flfu crtek.
Nelnon _M.fl District.   District of Weals* linn
Take notice that i. Joseph Patriefc, pliNi
P. C., oecupatioti lunila>rman, Inleml to
for a special Umber licence over the fOili
doner!bed lands: UomtnoUOlOS Ot a posi pit
about I miles up tlie west fork of Kin* crei l
pin,iie-i on the north bank nf lhe stream
marked JpSOph Patrick'* N. K corner, I)
nouth HO chains, theuee went Ho ehainn, ll
norih HO chains, thenee cail so ehainn *o
of eotiiiiicneeint'i.i. soutaluiug 040 acre*, nn
Dated December 6th, 1907.    .Iosoph Path
1. J. Lucia, ageut*
81 Arr
10 Sen
ot UA
���A i
. or le.
Ssl The bally Canatu
This is fresh-killed poultry and will give you
every satisfaction.    ORDER NOW.
More supplies arriving later.
k Burns & Co., Ltd.
^^ NELSON, B. G*
Kaslo, Rossland Bonndary
feohemian Beer
The Nelson Brewing Co'y, Ltd. I
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale Kootenay  Ice, Fratt,
Vvel _ Poultry Co., Ltd.
./H.E. co,. Bsksr   snd   Ward   Sts.
LAjND notices.
l_nd District.   Dintrict ol W>st Kootenay
___m notice tbat Fred. J. Sammona, agent   lor
^^J    Tanner, uf   Nelson,  oecu-pallou   vraleh-
r, inlends to apply  for  permission to i.ur-
_ lhe tollOO lug tiekcrilx'd linds:   Connncn-
al a post   t-ir-tn,- l   about 2VS mile* vost ol
n-t k,  itauuce ���!���' etiaini   lu  an easterly
....ji,   ii,, io-.'   -JO chalun    south,  theuce 40
| In a westerly illreetion, theuc* il*. chalna
tO the point' 'i' ��������� m si, ueemcut, con tain ing
t, more or less
1 Nov. 'sloth, twi.
KatnatiK  Iomn TaK-wik,
K. J. Mammons, Agent.
^^^^kjand District.   Dlstrlet oi Went Kootenay
"fOkO li"i i�� ���' thai Fred J. ^amnions, agent lor
A. _ SiiU'it.i, ol iT-K-tor. occupation rnticlicr,
IsO-tOaO- io nppaj for iH>rminsion to purcb-Hse tbe
fOlWOi-tnK   ileMTlbed    liui'l*.:     CominencluK at a
pMt Mail led about I1 ��� in .l.*�� t*a*-l ol ��;,  creek,
UlSnoOnoHlhwi'M ���nhHitin. thetice northwest'A)
ofc-lM, tii'-n-��� ��� noribea^t Juchatli>, tbeuca noutb-
OOM\ SOeiii.-.'i*- to the Uu- point of coiumeucemeu I
��OHtAlui".s  ���>' acre*, more or less.
Dated Nov.-'cih, v.*r.
A I', ll si. i : i.   Vi'i'.v,-'.'.   BAl.I_RU,
Agent K   J   .--.ahhonb.
I Laud District. District, of Weit Kootenay
notice that W. A. Hudnon, timber cruiser,
wi,.-, Spokane county, Washington, oue
fjptilted Htatesol Ameriea, intends to apply
serial timlHT Lloonso OVOt the following
u^H-savT', lauds: Cniuicucitig ut h p. -t marked
No. ��# plunt, '1 on the north hunk ol Corn creek,
attfcO luii, tton <d lhe .North lork ol Corn creek
Wltfe the main slreani, Hhoiil live milen lu u
^^^TjT oiret'tlon Irom confluence of said Corn
Jpllh the Kootenay rivvr; tbence north 40
ihence wet-t l'-' chains; thenee south 40
tbence east lfio chalna to point of com-
ieiit, eonialtung fi-ut Hcrei more, or loh*.
and adjoius timber limn No 7 tin lhe
Slid timber limit No. �� on the south, as lo-
Dby me.
"^ J, November?, 1901.
wil' tAM a. uriMON, Loostor,
ised by Patrick C. Whine
red and signed by the within named W
���oil on the 2".ilh day of November, A O
fore me at Spokane, Spokane Cottntv,
glon, mu'ul the lulled s la ten of America.
Patbkk c. Shine.
land Dlslrlct.   District oi Went Kooteuay
notice thnt Isabella Piortja-   f Btrasi-biuifi
ion married  wo-iian, intends  to apply
u   to  purchase  the   following  OOa*
  Coinmenctng nt n port plauLed at
the iutet-. - s mi of the uotth buundury ol l-��>t
S180, and the , a*i boundary ol Lot No. SUV,,
theuce i-i,-! ���'���**��� ,'liHlti*,, more or lens, to tlie north
Ofttt coin's ol limber I.Mutt No. 71,71, tlunee
BOTth tto'hiitii��. Um mc ivcM -fl. chain*-, more or
.���*B, to lhe i iik! side ol Wliatshati bike, thence
follow) i n Mime in -t soiithcrlv and westerly
dirucltoii im chalun, more or lent*, lo lhe inter-
Motion wiih i.ot h 1 s-'i. thenee ;tv- chains, more or
"f, lolb-wtiiK ca-terly biuiudary of l^t 81Ho to
*of eonimencciiienl.
id 7th DcloUr, 11HI7. IsAliKi.l.A PlKltCR.
K   'I   K*,ii*mi*ii,    rant.
laiitni Distib't.   DlitrioCol iVwitKooujt
nollee   thnt    Alexander   .1.   McCool,
B.'ii" occupation clerk, intends lo upp-y
iilShlon   lo   pureliHie   the   bdlowli.it   001
JHiui'   Oommenolni sl ����� goal pinuie.i on
hern boulidiuv ol It 0 Hoiitnern Hull-
fhi of whv. atioiit one and a half mile*-
'ni the nortl.woot comer otiotw.-w,
-      Kootcl.uV.     thence    lOUth    BO   chatun.
hoot 80 ohslns. thonoo norih BOohatni to
ii boundary ol aaid right of-w.i,, thence
eluiiun lloOS said southern boundary lo
Of   commcn.emcul,   an-i  containing too
or lens.
runHer Oth, 1007,
AI.KXANUKH *I    MCI ���.t,.
and Dlnlrlcl.   DuthOVOl Went Kooten
thai K. P. burden, acting nn iigent
Burden,   ol   i'okiok,   tt, B.,  OOOUUtlOD
Intends  to  apply   fur   permission   10
10 lollowlng 'Icscrlbed   lands:    com-
a pont pUuicd on the  eHSterlv shore
      ko ami about  10 ehainn north of th"
Sl. E. OOfli-'t "I lot HI��".. th'Miee east .'0 chiiin.-.
thonco north to elinlus, mor" or lest-, lo the lake
���bote, tnetiec oiiu lb westerly iiloiis* the bike shore
tO (he pOllit. of cio.i met men I     uiul   coll'HintUK
SO Seton, more or lens.
���Uoled Nnvcmber b*nh, Hs>7.   UmkiII   Hi-iiukn.
Y. IV   HtlRPKN, Agent.
Helwnl-"li'! Dintrict. lilnirld of West Kootenay
TadtO IP'llce thai .lohn J times <'iniii<rn|l. of
Vsnito, Ibliisii c.ilmnt'lii, neeupatlon eontrac-
OOV. intend*, to apply for permission to
purs haa. ihe lollowmn .p- ni,M i-nd: com
uienolug ni "��� post pliuited oti the soiilhcrn
hOUUd��r\ "I (he It: C. Southern i lgh|, -of-wny
SS0Sti#eii"in*' wesierlv from iheN.W corner
^^^^^ group 1, Koolenay, thonco south 00
lice eiiHl 40 dm ins, Ihenc.' north <'"'
the southern boundH.ry of the naid
��y. thonoo we.-terly along aald south
nUi-y ol right of-wny to iho point
tomcnl, anil OOhtSining !240 ncron, more
DatM November '.Uh, 1IW7.
. .;���  J"*nw ���fA.-M-**'* Cavkro**.
3*0l(Mm��I��OtPl  I'intrlei.   hintrPi of W , ui-uay
Bptlce that Jobu Bhlell. of Nucdla*   4.C.,
oeeupatlon rancher, Intends to apply for oer-
inlaKiiiti to purchase the following described
land; Commencing nl u -jmisi planted hi tbe
northwest corner of Lot "WW, thenco west 40
chains, thence aoulh Ho cbalus, thence cast 40
chains, tlir-nce north 80 ehainn to Ihe point of
eoromeuceineut, and containing 3so acres, more
or leas.
J ated ISth October. iao7. Jam-** Phiiij.,
                            K  tt. FAl'griEa. Aneiit.
Nelnon USJld District District ol West Kootenay
Tnke notice lhal Angus MoOtH, of lhe City of
Nelson, occtipalion 11 reman, inicnds to apply for
perminslou t�� purchase lhe following O.-serlV-d
Uipls: Commeuclng at a post planied it tlit*
N. W. corner L 0. Morrison's ranch ti Fir
alley. Uu BOS north forty (40) chsD hene
ast fo-iy (40) OhOlnOi thence south fc_ ] (4o
nltifi, ihence went forty (40)   chalus oini o
in men cement,   and - oniHluing   one  liuu dred
d hUIv i   '.it, acrea. more or lens.
Died Seple nber 2nd. 1907 ANt.rn   McHui-
Ferry, Waterloo, Columbia River.
In accordance with Chapter 78. R B. B. C, lKC.
"Kerrien Act," the Government Ol Brltlih Columbia tuvlten applications for a charter for a ferry
to ply between Waterloo, B C , and a point OU
the OpnOaltO aide of the Columbia River
Applications will be rei-etved OT tho Hon the
Chid Commissioner up to and Including tbe
Silt day of December, 1!V7.
The charter will cover a period expiring on
thslOthi June. Its*.
The ferry r-ball bSOpSTStSd whenever re-|iiire*l
between 7 am au07 p.m. every day except Sundays.
Applications shall give a description of the
scow and cable it I* proposed to use.
Applications shall state the lolia it in proposed
to ank Inr: ���
Kaeh adult passenger
Kach child (nol In arms) under l , years.
Kach h-ad of cattle, horse, mule or donkey, otc
Kach calf, aheap, goat or swine, etc
Kach vehicle, with one horse and driver.
Kach cart or waggon, with one homo and
drp -*��� louden.
Kach vehicle, with two horses and driver, un*
liacli vehicle, with two ho men nnd ti river,
Each puree I of 2A lbs , ami under.
Freight per 100 lbs , and under, non-perishable
Freight P��r tOOlbO. and untier, perishable coods
The government of Drltish Columbia la uot
necessarily bO���SO. to SfloopI uny application sub-
mil led
F. 0. i.AMBI i:.
Public Works Engineer,
Landi ami Works Department,
Victoria, H. C, DeivmlH'r 10th. 1W7.
Cancellation of Reserve.
Notice is hereby given that the reserve over
certain lands .n South-Kast Kootenay, notice of
whioh apveareu in t ��������� Britlih Columbia Gazette
ol i'i,- 14tli ol Augtisl, IHAl und Ooro date uf An
[Oat liih, 18i**s, i* h> robj OonooUod. The at>ovu
iiiditloued lauds will .���- opeu for loeatlon under
Lhe Laml Ael un March :i0, llkW.
Deputy CommteatOBor of i.,;:.;- aud Works*
Lands and W'orkii k>epartmeut.
Vletonn, Bs I'-. Dctsjinber loth, HW7.
Notlco is her-suy given t.iat the Kin-
iipy-MiiU't- Cedar Oompftny.an sxtra pro-
Vlnda] eoiii|inny duly ifKlstt'iotl, -M
such, uml HiitlinilziHl to curry on busi-
DSSI within tbe provim"-. of British Col-
iitiiMu, nud IuivIhk Itl ht'ud of lice ut
Creston, in the said provlnoe, numutao-
UircrH, huve hy deed of asHl^nnu'tit.
dated the 14ft. day of Deoember! 1907,
assifned all iin persona] property, real
estate, credlls. nnd ulTecls, which may
be Hul/.od nnd wold under execution to
mo,   Charles   t).   Hod-gors,   ol*    Creaton,
British Columbia* lumber manufacturer,
Cor the BefberaJ benefit of Ita oredltors.
A niecthiK of the creditors will be
held ut the OfflOQ Of  R,  M.  Macdonald,
bnrriBter-ui law, corner Baker and Btan*
lej sin elH, Nelson, B. C, at the hour of
three o'clock In the nflernoou on Tn.'s-
day, the Bin day of December, 1907, for
the Riving of directions, with reference
to the disposal of the estate,
And further take notice that all creditors are required on or before the 28th
(lay of December, 1907, to Ble with me,
the assignee,  lull particulars of their
Claims duly verified, nnd the nature of
the security, if any, held hy them,
And notice Is hereby given lhat after
the liSth day of  Decemher, l��u7, 1  will
proceed lo distribute the assets amongst
the creditors of whose dehts or claims
I shall then huve received notice and 1
win not. be responsible tor the assets,
Or any part thereof, so distribute*! i<>
any creditor of whose debt or claim  I
shall  not  then have received notice.
Dated at Creston, B. c, UUl i ith day
of Decemher,   1.'07.
Japanese   Suspect  Agitation   is   Part  of
Political Came.
London, Jan. 3.���The Tokio correspondent of the Telegraph, relurriug to
Japan's measures lor a stricter supervision of emigrants*; says that some of
the prefacturaJ governors are interpreting rather widely the government's instructions, and are issuing passports
rather loosely, thereby prejudicing the
goovernment's bona fldeS. Transmigration also seems to have not been checked hitherto, according to statistics, but
will be' entirely stopped by May, 1908.
it is expected that the American negotiations will be settled before the reassembling of congress.
A despatch from Tokio states that
the exchange of memoranda is considered as finishing the Canadian negotiations so far as Japan is concerned,
though it is not improbable that Canada
may reopen the question after Mr. Lemieux has made his report. Japanese
newspapers point out that the Canadian
and American negotiations are partly.
If not very largely, due to parliamentary
tactics iu Ottawa and Washington.
Said  to   Have  Obtained   Full   Plans  of
Portland   and   Environs.
Portland, Ore., Jan. 3.���Mayor Harry
K. Lane created a sensation In an address before the National Guard Association, when he declared that agents of
the Japanese government had obtained
accurate maps of the City of Portland,
Dttaps and specifications of every roadway leading into the city and various
pipe lines from which the city obtains
its water supply. According to the
mayor, the elaborate plates and maps
prepared by the Japanese spies are superior in every way to anything possessed by the city officials.
The mayor said he did not discover
the presence of the spies until their
work was completed, whereupon he
transmitted his information to Washington and was requested to furnish all details of operations of the alleged spies.
Born in Nelson. Jan. 2nd, to the wife
of .1. Ernest, a son.
Born in Nelson. Jan. 3rd, to the wife
of D. Thomson, a son.
C. O. F.
Court Kootenay Belle, C. O. F., will
meet tonight at 8 o'cloock. Officers will
he elected and installed. Afterwards refreshments will be served.
Infant's   Funeral.
The Infant daughter f Mr. and Mrs. E.
EC Wilkinson, horn on Monday, died
yesterday and was hurled this afternoon.
Rev. F. HE. Graham reading the burial
service. i
Heart   Failure.
The verdict of the coroner's jury on
the death of F. Carlson, found dead in
Ksslo on New Year's was that he "died
from heart  failure.**
St. Saviour's S. S. Entertainment.
The scolars of St. Saviour's Sunday
school will meet at the parish hall tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock for a
sleigh drive which will be followed by
tea and a magic lantern entertainment
tn the K. of 1\ hall.
St. Paul's S. S. Entertainment.
The annual Chiisimns entertainment
of St. Paul's Sunday school will be
given in the church this evening at 7.30.
The programme, consisting of solos,
choruses, recitations, dialogues, tableaux and drills, will be given by the
To Whom it May Concern:
Take notice thnt J. L. Warner ls not
now and has nol been since the 18th
day of November last employed hy or
in any way connected with the Bradley
Engineering and Machinery Co. of
Spokane. Washington.
A  M. Can   Sos. C. K.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offlce;  Besley Building.    P. O. Box 434
���akor St. NELSON.  S. C.
"COMPANIES   ACT,   1897."
Province of British Columbia.
No. 412.
This ls to certify that "The Manitoba
and Western Canada Land Company,
Limited," 1 s authorised and licensed to carry on business within the Province of British Columbia, aud to carry out or effect all
or any of the objects of ihe Company
to which   the   legislative   authority   of
the Legislature of British Columbia extends.
The head office of the Companv Is situate St Ihe Town of Altona, In the Province  of  Manitoba.
The amount of the capital or the
Company is sixty thousand dollars, divided into six hundred shares of one
hundred dollars each.
The head office of the Company In
this Province is situate ot Nelson, and
W. A. Macdonald, rarrtster-at-Law,
whose address Is Nelson. B. C, is attorney for the Company.
Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, Province of British
Columbia, this sixteenth day of November, one thousand nine hundred and
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The  objects for which  this    Company has been established and licensed
are: ���
For the purpose and with the object
of buying or acquiring by grant, purchase or otherwise, and leasing, mort-
Kaging or otherwise transferring or dealing with or disposing of real estate,
lands, tenements, hereditaments of
every description or nature, and any
and every right and interest therein;
developing, cultivating, forming, settling and otherwise improving and utilising the same, and of pledging, mortgaging, leasing, soiling and otherwise
dealing with exchange or disposing of
the same, and generally of carrying on
the business of a land and land Improvement company; and to carry on
the business of ranching, farming and
lumbering; of aiding an dasslsting by
advances of money or otherwise, with
or without security, settlers and in-
lending settlers upon any lands belonging to the company or In the neighborhood of such lands, and generally to
promote the settlements of land or acquiring, holding, selling, mortgaging,
pledging and otherwise dealing with
mortgages and charges tn lands or any
interest therein, and of agreements for
terest therein, and of investing and
lumbering; of aiding and assisting by
with covenants for the security of
the purchaseand sale of land or any In-
lending money ujkjb tho security of real
and personal estate, goods and chattels,
stocks, bonds, bills of exchange, promissory notes or kinds of security as
an Individual may; to take and receive
mortgages on real or personal estate, or
other security at such rates of interest
as may be agreed upon; to sell and to
assign such mortgages or mortgage the
same by any instrument in writing or
agreement, subject to conditions and
with covenants for the security of the
money advanced thereon; to execute
mortgages on any lands owned or purchased hy the company; to secure the
purchase price or any part thereof of
any lands, tenements or hereditaments
purchased by the company or for any
other purpose whatsoever; to borrow
money at such rate of interest as to
the company may seem advisable, and
Issue dei>osit receipts, bonds, mortgages or other documents to the lenders
thereof, and to give mortgages or securities upon all or any of the company's assets for repayment of all or
any of the money borrowed; and to sell.
assign, mortgage and hypothecate or
pledge any of the ecuritles or assets
of the said company for the security
of moneys advanced thereon; to execute, sign, issue, negotiate, transfer,
give and take promissory notes, bills
of exchange, cheques, bonds, debentures and other negotiable instrument,
and choses In action nnd evidence of
indebtedness of all kinds, and to pay.
charge*, and collect Interest thereon,
and to give and take chattel mortgages, bills of sale, and receipt notes, lieu
notes, hire receipts, orders for goods,
chattels or money, warehouse certificates, hills of lading, warehouse receipts and other securities or chattels,
machinery, goods, wares or merchandise; to improve, cultivate, erect buildings and make other improvements on.
or survey and subdivide any portion
of the company's lands; to lend money
and take mortgages on real and personal estate as security therefor and from
time to time to discharge the same; to
take and hold real estate in trust or
otherwise as security for such loans,
and to stake and hold collateral and
other security therefor or for debts
which may become due to the company:
to collect rents, manage estates and
buy and sell property on commission.
and to act as valuators, financial
agents, general and special agents, and
real estate brokers; to carry on the business of buying, selling, manufacturing,
making or otherwise acquiring or producing any or all kinds of material
used In construction, maintenance and
repairs of buildings or other structures. Including lumber, stone, biicl
and plumbers* supplies; to acquire, con
struct, equip, own. maintain and operatt
warehouses, elevators, factories, mills.
saw-nillls and flour-mills; of buying and
selling grains of any kind whatsoever;
of buying and selling implements, bug
gles, waggons, sleighs, machinery, and
engines of any kind whatsoever; of buying and selling goods and merchandise
of any kind whatsoever, and buying and
selling safes and vaults; to contract with
Individuals or corporate bodies In regard to any undertaking and to sue
and be sued in the name of the company in respect of the same and, sub
ject to the provisions of Section 68 of
the Manitoba Joint Stock Companies Act
to unite and amalgamate In whole or
in part with or purchase the business
of any other person, corporation or
private Individual engaged In nny of the
businesses above mentioned, and. If so
agreed, to issue therefor paid-up stock
in this company; of carrying on any
Other business which seems to the company capable of being conveniently carried nn In connection with the above or
which may seem to the company cal
rnlated to directly or indirectly enhance
the value of nr render -profitable any
of the company's properties or rights.
No. 310.
"COMPANIES   ACT.   1897."
I hereby cortlfy thut the "Falls Creek
Copper Mining Company, Limited," has
this day been registered as an Bxtra-
Provincial Company under the "Companies Act, 1897," to carry out or effect all or any of the objects of the
Company to which the legislaiive authority of the Legislature of British Columbia extends.
Tht* head office of the Company in sit-
uate t the City of Spokane, State of
Wat hi igton,  U.  S.  A.
The amount of the capital of the
Coinp.-.ny is one million five hundred
thousand dollars, divided into one million five hundred thousand shares of
one  dollar each.
The head office of the Company in
this Province Is situate at Nelson, and
Michael C. Monaghan, Miner, whose
address is the same. Is the attoruey
for the Company.
The time of the existence of this Company Is fifty years from the 15th March,
The Company is specially limited under section  56  of the above  Act.
Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, Prcvince of British Columbia,  this   15th day    of    May,     one
thousand nine  hundred and  seven.
[LS.] S. Y.  WOOTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The objects for which the Company
has been established and registered are
restricted to acquiring, managing, developing, working and selling mines, mineral claims and mining properties, and
the winning, getting, treating, refining
and marketing of mineral therefrom
and  are: ���
tl.) To obtain by purchase, lease,
hire, discovery, location or otherwise,
and hold within the Province of British Columbia mines, mineral claims,
mineral leases, prospects, mining lands
and mining rights of every description,
and to work, develop, operate and turn
the same to account, and to sell or
otherwise dispose of the same or any
of them, or any interest therein:
(2.) To dig for, raise, crush, wash,
smelt, assay, analyze, reduce, amalgamate and otherwise treat gold, silver,
copper, lead ores or deposits and other
minerals and metallic substances and
compounds of all kinds, whether belonging to the Company or not, and to render the same merchantable, and to buy.
sell and deal in the same, or any of
(3.) To carry on the business of a
mining, smelting, milling and refining
company in all or any of its branches:
(4.) To acquire by purchase, lease,
hire, exchange or otherwise, such timber lands or leases, tlmher claims.
licences to cut timber, surface rights
and rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, mills, factories, furnaces,
for smelting and treating ores
and refining metals, buildings, machinery, plant, and other real or personal
property as may be necessary for or
conducive to tlie proper carrying out
of the objects of the Company:
(5.) To constuct, maintain, niter,
make, vork and operate on the property of the Company, or on proiierty
controlled by the Company, any canals,
trails, roads, ways, tramways, bridges,
and reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and
other ways, water-course, aqueducts,
wells, wharves, piers, furnaces, sawmills, crushing works, smelting works,
concentrating works, hydraulic works,
electrical works and appliances, warehouses, buildings, machinery, plant,
stores, and other works and conveniences which may seem conducive to
any of the objitects of the Company,
and, with the consent of the sharehold
ers In general meeting, to contribute to.
subsidise or otherwise aid or take part
In any such operations though construe
ted and maintained by any other company or persons outside of the property
of the Company, and to buy, sell, manufacture and deal in all kinds of goods,
stores. Implements, provisions, chattels
and effects required by the Company
or its workmen and servants:
(6.) To build, acquire, own, charter,
navigate and use steam and other vessels for the purpose of the Company:
(7.) To take, acquire, and hold as the
consideration for ores, metals or minerals sold or otherwise disposed of, or
for goods supplied or for work done
by contract or otherwise, shares, debentures, bonds or other securities of or in
any other company the objects of which
are restricted as herein aforesaid, and
to soli or otherv.ise dispose of the
(8.1 To enter into any agreement for
sharing profits, union of interests or cooperation with any other person or company carrying on or about to carry on
any business or transaction which a
company specially limited under section
r>6 of the "Companies Act, lS97."of British Columbia, Is authorised to carry on:
(9.) To purchase or otherwise acquire
and undertake all or any of the assets,
business, property, privileges, contracts,
rights, obligations and liabilities of any
.lerson or company carrying on any
part of the business which a company
specially limited under Section 56 of
the "Companies Act. 1897.'* of British
Columbia, Is authorised to carry on. or
possessed of property suitable for the
purposes thereof:
(10.) To borrow or raise money for
the purpose of th�� Company, but so
��� hat the amount so borrowed or raised
shall not, without the sanction of a
general meeting of the Company, exceed one-quarter of the amount of the
paid-up capital for the time
being, and for the purpose of
������securing such money and Interest or tor
any other purpose to mortgage or
charge the undertaking or all or any
part or the properly of the Company,
present or after acquired, and to create,
issue, make.diaw, accept and negotiate
perpetual or redeemable debentures or
lebentnre stock, promissory notes, bills
of exchange, bills of lading, warrants.
obligations, and other negotiable and
transferable instruments:
(1L1 To distribute any of the proper
ty of the Company among the members
In specie:
12.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, lease, mortgage, dispose of. turn to account or otherwise
deal with the undertaking or the whole
or any part of the property and rights
of the Company, with power to accept
as the consideration any shares, storks
or obligations of any company the objects of which are restricted under
Section 56 of the "Companies Act,
1S97," of British Columbia:
(13.) To do all such other things as
are incidental  or conducive  to  the at-
1 talnment of the foregoing objects.
We have for rent an up-to-date house
In a good position, containing three bedrooms, dinning room, parlor, kitchen,
pantry, bathroom  and stone basement,
$25.00 per month.
H. & M. BIRD
A great many sale*, have been made of lots In tills charming suburb
of Nelson and only a few best   lots are left.
If yot* want Good Land
lYIcDermid & -McHardy
T^���IsC?!      -_*.*���*.��*���*���>���       at��� -"S������s���s_______���.^M
CAPITAL,   ��25,DOO.OO   in  2S.(W0   shares
of (10.00 each.
MANAGER, Crozler W. Bourke.
OFFICE, No. 322 Baker SL (Croasdalle
& Co.)
SEE the cement blocks displayed In the
Standard   Furniture   Co.'s   window.
APPLICATIONS for stock are invited.
PARTICULARS and forms of Application may be obtained at the Company's offlce, or from ll. A. Stewart,
Solicitor, Nelson. B. C.
this  winter.    Sulphur   Springs  and   unexcelled  accommodations.     Rates  $2.50
per day and up.
Correspondence invited7*'and cheerfully  answered.
Call on or write
S. J. OOYTiB, ,f. MOE,
T-emont House
Snropaan and Amertewa Flan
MaaJi 8i eta.   Booma from X em- to V.
only White Help Bmployod.
Baser St.. Melaost Proottstom
Moat comfortable quarta-rs     Nelaon
Only tbe beat olLlqnura- and a.i.ara
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated Ad refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining reom ls unexcelled In the city.
House   heated    throughout   with   hot
water. __I
J. A. EBJCKSON. ProprtetOT.
Telephone, 850.   Opposite Court Boa
and PostoKlce. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Sak.r Straat, Nelson. B. C l~
aria  and  Comfortable   Bedroom, and Flrat-
claa. Dining Boom.
MR8. E. C. CLARKE, Proprietress.
Bartlett   House
Best Dollar-a-Day House in. Nelson.
Th. Bsr Is tb. Finest.
White Help Only -employed
losepblne Ht.
Nelson. B. o.
Royal Hotel
n P.A.. Nelion
From $10 to $25.
Rates |1 and ��1.60 a Day.
Special Bates to Regular Boarders
���ill Kinds of Heating Plants tn Stock.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooera House.      Tel. 111.
Old Curiosity Shop
W.   a.   QILLETT
Contractor and
Solo agent lor the Porto Kino Lumbar Co., Ltd..
rti-Uill viiriin KhurIi and drt-*��t'<l lnmbeiyturnaa
work and brackotn, Co&it lath nnd ahlnglaW, nab
and il**,-* 'V��><MU, brick and Ume for amis.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon Bt.. oaat of Hain
NBUKllN, B. O.
InilMM T
A Happy  New Year
To my man- patrons and Mends who have mad,- the past year so
Buccessful nnanolally, and while thanking you for pasl favors i may
say thai a oontinuanoe ol the Bame will make lhe your upon whioh we
nr.- entering as mutuallj advantageous as the peal one
,*.><a.ili. t�������-���J.
I 1S*ai!y Canadian
��� H lSBsiii'"'
8. O.   E.
At the regular meeting of the Sons
of Dngland last night thi* officers for
ih,' year were formally Installed and
later a social evi-niiiK was spent.
have in
Watchmaker and Optician
Will  Reside at Chilltwack.
Charles itan.**:, ;i totmer resldenl of
Nelson, has sold his home in Vancouver
and bought a ?i> acre farm In Chilli*
wack. B. C., where he Intends to live
New Irish
Metals and Stoks.
Silver made another notable advance
today gaining seven points on the London market and Bighl in New York.
Lead is unchanged. Dominion Copper
is a little firmer.
"      ���'- Arrival],
'"  -2_?  ""
New embroidered table
covers and centres. New
Chinese embroidered doylies and centre pieces.
These are all new goods
having just arrived this
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
Corner of Stanley and Victoria Sts
Two Blocks from Depot.
A. Harris. I. Stianiltl. D. Dlxou and
wife, s. Phlpps, Vancouver; G. ll. Aston,
Oreenwood; W. Manhart, Bpokane; G.
I,, mingworth, A Leigh Lye, England;
J. V. Winkinson, Kootenay Landing.
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & <_
Next Door to Hunk of Commerce.
$1.50 to $10.00.
Wilcom*. Nuggel Smoking
Queen Cigar Store
BUSH  & MATT HEW, Props.
Wc have just received a shipment of Heinz Goods in following line.
14-oz.  llottle   Sour   Mixed   Pickles.
14-oz.  Dottle Sweet Mixed   Pickles.
14-oz. llottle Gherkin-; Pickles.
Pint Bottle Ketchup.
Cor,    Vsrnon ,,;-��,, ,V���,-lI   Straeta,
S. G. Glenn. Cincinnati; n. I. Kirk
wood, Slocan: II. Qeigerioh, D. P. Kan,-.
Kaslo; N. 0. Smith, T. P. Burden, Vancouver; Mrs. L. I>. King, Si. Leon; A. F.
Dudgeon, Revelstoke; 11. P. Nelson,
Ashland! C. W- West, J. Morshan, Sand
Point, Idaho; W. B. Pool. Salmo; ll. C.
Gage, Spokane.
G. W. French, J. II. Hammond. Kirk-
wood: J. A Currle, .1. Allen, Harrop; J.
Campbell, D. Aubin. ES. C. Williamson,
.'niiivuk-: C. D. Ogllvie, P. Bouthworth,
13-Mlle;  W. F. HimKlns. \v. F. Caulder,
Kdm.wood;   W.  G.  Mattlce, 11.  Hobbins.
Carberry, Mun.
L.   J,   Watson,  Oreenwood;   Miss  EL
Cook, a. Jardtne, A. Campbell, Kaslo;
Miss J. Maybee, St. John; It. .1. Qraham,
slocan:  W. 1>. Savllle, Creston; C. Bell,
Calgary;   i   P. Wilson, Saskatoon; Miss
El. si: Ighton   i;''.  Istoke.
ll. Buxton, Balmo;   i   Robertson, Slocan;   '-     I   Bergman. Creston; Q. Crow-
. .        jar.
D. W. McLeod. F. Nicholson. D. Ren-
nle. Shields; A. Currle, Westley; S.
Lawson. .1. Fitzsimnions, J. Anderson,
C. Griirson. Slocan.
J. II. {Ferguson, M. IJcnarl. Slocan: H.
r,.|i.y. ll. Whltmore, Rossland; M. Mai'
thews, It. Matthews, Blue Bell,
We carry   everything   in  the
line of
From 40c. to $ I per lb.
Choquette Bros.
Phone 258. THE  Upto-Date Bakers
Telephone 161.
Real Estate Agent
315  Baker St.,  Nelson.  B. C.
as a builder of flesh and restorer
of strength for wasting diseases,
general debility, consumption   and
long standing colds is unexcelled.
I arrol $1-00 per botllo.
lirlck's  Tasteless In 20 oz.  bottle.
WampOles,   King's nnd   Anchor brands,
all In $100 hollies.
I un-   Norway   Cod   Liver   Oil   In   bulk
nl 76c. pinl
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
For School  Board.
Dr. K. C. Arthur nml J. H3. Annable
will be ciindidnti'H for the two vacancies
on the board of school trusteee, Dr.
Arthur hns hoon a member of the hoard
for IT years. Aid. Annnhh* was a mem*
ber for two years before he entered the
Curling Prospects.
The soft wonthr-r is disappointing to
thf curlers of Nelson., especially as their
rivals insome of the other towns are
gettlng in some fair practice. Only two
weeks nnd a half remain before the
���'at" pr ivlslonally fixed for the Kootenay
bonsplel. Nelson's representatives are
oertaln now to he handicapped by lack
Of practice.
School at Meadows.
An account has heen received, too
late for publication, of the rU-slne exercises of the Meadow BpublJc school,
taucht by Miss Margaret Reith. The
school Is evidently flourishing. Then-
is evidence in the account of the enter
tainment of entire harmony between
teacher and pupils nnd of friendly and
helpful interest In the school by the
Undesirable  Residents.
J, Obed Smith, commissioner of im
mlgrationo has written to Chief of Police Mcintosh of New Westminster calling attention to the immigration act of
loot;, which provides thnt all undesir
able foreigners, such as Idots, paupers.
prostitutes, etc., who have not been in
the country more than two years may
he deported at the expense of the Dominion government. Mr. Smith Is now
In Victoria nnd writes the chief that hfl
is prepared to undertake the business
of deporting nny persons whom the
chief considers undesirable.
Holy Trinity church. Falrvtnw. was
the scene of an interesting ccrcmonv
on Tuesday afternoon when Rev. H,
Beecham united in the bonds of mat
rlmony Mr. A. H. Green, C. C., of Nelson. R. C. and Miss Ethel Seed, of Van
couver. The bride, who looked c.harm-
ine in a travelling costume of brown
broadcloth, with mink hat and furs, wns
attended hy Mrs. N. A. Luxton, while
Mr. F. P. Rurden. of Nelson, assisted
the groom. Th*- honeymoon will be
spent] in Victoria, after which the newly
married coiude will lake up their residence in  Nelson.
Left for the Coast.
A. II. MacNelll, K. C. and Mrs. Mae
Noiil left Rossland yesterday for Vancouver, where they will make their per
manent residence. They have been residents of Rossland for a long term of
years, and bavi- endeared themselves to
the community, and the regret is general
over the departure of two such very useful and prominent members of Ross
land's population. As a murk of the appreciation with which they are held,
there was a presentation at the Ross
Innd club Monday evening of a solid
sterling silver, pold-linod, tea set of four
pieces. There was an unusually large
gathering of the club members nnd
20.000 Club.
Ity virtue of the hard and self-sacri-
llelng work of a few citizens the*30,000
olufa has maintained its existence lo the
Bt*y Now
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let us show you
them. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
Jobbing   promptly   attended   to.     Plans
and Kstl mates.
Apply 415 Hall St.  Box 385
INEUSOIN,     -     B. G*
If you want upholstering or cabinet
work for Ibis .-spring, get it done now.
We have  some  choice quarter cut oak
and will build you a piece of furniture
to your order nt the price of factory
goods.    See uh for second hand  goods.
Turner Beeton Block, 606 Vernon Street
NEL80N. '
In Bulk
Dill Pickles 50c per doz.
Sweet Mixed 50c quart
Sour Mixed   40c quart
Chow Chow 50c quart
C. A. Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts.
is to band, it is advisable to secure
ymir copy at once as they sell quickly
and those who do um secure them early
are frequently disappointed.
Rhone us (phon*' IM) or drop us a
card and we will send you your copy.
Price  60c  each.
1908      DIARIES.
Our line of these is still complete. Se
cure yours now.
W* G. Thomson
ffifiowZI*"'   Nelson, B.C.
Phon* .-*��-��.
Alice Roller Rink
Bowling Alley
Rand: Monday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings.
Mornings,   afternoons   and   evenings,
without   band, children   15c  adults 25c,
including skates.
Evenings with band, except Saturday
evenings, 40c, Including skates.
Saturday evening, band and special
attractions, to 11 o'clock, 50c, In . inline
skates, spectators 25c.
end of 1807. There Is probably a small
deficit now but the club has its office
building lo the Rood. The annual meeting will be held within a fortnight. The
issue must be faced by the citizens gen-
"ri.llv. Those who have toiled for the
club in the past will not do so nguin
undei similar circumstances, it Nelson
has any advantages that are worth advertising to the outside world, the beneficiaries must be prepared to stand the
O'st. If by general apathy it. Is shown
that no one bus a desire to do such
work the club will be wound up.
X. S. Fraser returns to Revelstoke
C. \V. West, was a visitor In the city
R. I. Kirkwood enme down from Slocan City yesterday.
1). I*. Kane, postmaster of Kaslo. was
in the city last night.
H. Geigerich came down from Kaalo
last night and is at  the Hume.
R. H. Carley leaves for Winnipeg to
morrow morning, to he absent about n
Mrs. .T. W. Holmes left, last night to
Spend the balance of the winter In California.
W. R. Pool came In last night from
Snlmo where he has been looking over
some properly.
!���'. P, Rurden returned last night from
Vancouver where he attended the wedding of A. H. Oreori and Miss Ethel
S. Phlpps, fnrmeraly head of the me-
Ohanlca] department of the C. P. R. al
Kevolstoko- arrived from Vancouver last
F. G. P. Crean, late with Green, Green
*&- Rurden, leaves for the east Sundiiy
morning. He will spend the winter In
Ottawa and return to Nelson In the
Miss Ida Johnstone will leave for Spokane via the ('. P. R. tomorrow morning.
Miss Johnstone intends takin a cominei
clai course. Many friends regret, her
departure and wish her entire success.
W. O. Worth, of Avonmore, Ont., Is
visiting his brothers in law, .1. A. Irving.
\. 0, Lambert, A. Q. Mush and Howard
I tush. Mr. Wert owns a number of
creameries and cheese fnetories In lhe
vicinity of Avonmore, Ho will remain
here a week and thou visit the coast.
Wsholi'tsile sad   KfiHll h.ni.-!'- in
Fresh and Salted Meats
Gamps -supplied on shortest notice and
lowest price. Nothing but  fresh and
wholesome meats nud supple**} kept in (-.took
Mail orders roeei��-y careful nttoutiou
E.   C.  TRAVES,   -Manager
Filberts, Almonds. Walnuts, I'.ra/.ils,
Chestnuts, Apple Cider, Northern Sp^
apples, italdwln Apples, .lap Oranges,
Pigs, large layer, California Oranges
and Malaga Grapes.
A  large   assortment   of   Xmas   got d
Wholesale and retail prices   per Quantity
Phone 20a. 508<6 linker St
FROM  $22.00 AND  UP.
Standard Furniture Co I
Complete House Furnishers. ���
Undertaker, and  Embalmers. *
Thanking you for yo���r kind patronage
In the past and hoping thai JOY will
meet you at thu door in the future.
Joy's Gash Grocery
Cor. Josephine and Milk Sts.
Geo.  P.  Player
Office   Room   No.   2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK
r. C.GREEN       f. P. BURDEN        A. H. GFEL
C'vil Engineers, Dominion and  British
Columbia Land Surveyors
P. 0. Box 145   Phone 261 B.
NICKERSON, the Jeweiery Manufacturer's Agent will sell you goods from sain
pies at 25 per cent, less than t-egulai
prlees direct from the factories, ln S
days from order, Bverjfthlng ln tli
lino.   Order now.
I.IOUNI) _A Inunlsln pen, fin prOMtas bstws.1
Poal Olllce SOd Hum.-   H���*e..     owner  ina*
recover at this olllee by talentllylti,,' un.l  psylni.
l.i!   IKI V.'l 1 !��� . ni. li'
WANTKK--lioml bn-'l-o'-HH sj>ro<iwr.r.t to WTill
[flsurutoe on nil kimln of live ttnvU
a-jraiuHt death from nu v 0*010. Hrl'ldli AtnertORTi
Live Stock Aimo-'latloi), v ancouv-'r, 11 (J., or
���A. J. WaHti'i-, llurni' Hold. Nultu.ii.
ANTKI, -TWO   Kxpeneneeil f-'slea I.sdlea If r
tlie liollalsyN Kre.l Irvine A Co
I'l'RNIHIIKI) BOOM���Good   loostlon.
11. I'i.II v .'i.l.a.lmii
TWO VlKHT-ajx-AeH hoOmH, nl.hiii heated.   Ap-
���plT houMkMper, Dr.i o.t. K, w. o.bloos.
can best be made by 1,1,1 of lhe olooki
,ir a-ratehes thai  *>>��� are um*    offering
nood  timekeeping  is  n>,-    st  sssau
mil thins about a Qlook or Watch tu
matter whal material they may ho luadi
..i'    Acourao) win, in. la the chlei thing
ih,- material  Is n  -eoondarj   isldera
tlon. um the materials nn- far bette
than  il,,'  prill.��� w,- ask  for the Roods
B.   A.   ISAAC
K-MOIi-SIitZW-H    /\S*NI>   CONIHACTOW8 o. 8��_
mmwstmasstsmasmsmsmjmasttstsmawssmasstsssm totosys
the del
" |-��*����--*J
cell d.
R.   W.   HINTON ���
a.-1-(,,...-.. >,.'   tia-at, .J.aaSl.la.at ttascutaa.) .\ 11,1  I laspntcll.    2.H����t M.I
\\.,��-l. ,   Mii.ii,^  aaa,a,   .Wall  MaUSttUWCy ���       \,,t t ,t >,,,^ a -_ar-wr*M ��� .,
, a,---   Cairu,   IV.   IV.    Oorttr ���ISt Ol SO'   *_:,,,-_,.
NELSON,    Iri. C.
A   r.-ciprocil*     of     Kixi.i     wlsh.'.-
wlsh v.iu a Uappj   New  Year, ami
I... ]   you    wish    uh    tb.-    si, ,    Inn
wish lor souia-lhlim a-lsa-. ami thai  Is I.
ih.   opportunity  ..r proving to ;...., ih
exeoptlonal mines Of our it, ,-ui> i.. u
suiis ami Overooata.   in material, cut
Style,   lit   and   tlnish   we   d.-fy oomg
II. n. and our new slock inelud,
i.r Uu- v r>  hu.m an i  il 'aanlonabi,
fabiioa and designs You'll Bad >���
money win lu,* better goods hers H
_____^_^^__^_^__^_^^__.^ into in
We would like to seo all our patronscomrortahlo thin winter nnd l��� orde
do so wo have In stock th.. Inst assorted lino of heating Htoves and oool
stoves and  ranges ever before presented to the public In Koolenay.
We would be pleased to show you our line and before making your
chase kindly pe*, what we have to offer. .. .
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
__ Company, Limited. Nei.on Brand.
The i
the ��
part tl
nt the
laat* wl
was oi
the sl
who g,
��ey. a
son 8,
fair, .
tell th
fore uh
and lu
tory ol
she mi
UlCt   I
the Hi
ed by
Yo��3r Xmas List
If not QOtaplftta   unit-*-*-   vim   hnve   on   it n
.mil* nt iUpP���ra ifi' ftiini' mamtaBr uf fcha
Family,    Tin* largest and bnt nuiu*' of
4iDP_ra we him* fvi r .slmwn lire for your
iiis|nftiiiii     thi.-    s. .iMiii (ii-iul-.mi n'-
bo_w_Llppert mi fancy lofttnw* Ladlaa'
!>rt'ss illppera, !���'��� It LutMQiandbea^ooni
���dippers.     All kinds af slippers far chii-
The  Royal
R.   ANDREW   A   CO.   Proprietors.
thnnklng  our
numerous c
merii for
r increased patronage
in-jj   the
year   wc
wish   the   whole
ty a
bright and
Wood-Vallance   Hardware  Co'y
* w
ther ���
out ll
In hi
has I
she 1
the n
the t
hnr t
ln m
Ity t
hi* r,
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