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 $U.tlu ���Canabtan
Ull III THE CA!
ions Follow Dis-
uf Ambassador
NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1906.
Fifty Cents a Month
KOOSbVELT GETS IT BACH
ow Between Friends Over Woman's
Intrigue Discloses Interesting
Social Relations.
[CWcai!', I>�����<-. S.���The Chicago Trib-
��� in Itn   iA'aslllngton   despatches   to-
su)M llinl  nn  extraordinary  ietiei
|j. I,,-, i. addressed by Bellamy Slorer
Pn-Blsli'in   Koosevelt un.I  the mem-
sisi Is.   ciiliiiiel In regard    to    his
���i-ini-...il frssin ilu- post of ambassador
|il iii.- Unit' -J   States   'o   Austro-lliiu
Mr. Storer    wuh    dismissed be*
lllbt> of In    wife's  supposed  interfor
im. us ui  i the Roman Catholic
ibiiRli nn! In i alleged minus, of let
mt, turn its- president, It wus ulau
Barged ilia Mis. Storer had meddled
���ith Kretu-li is'sllilcH by taking part lu
���ntl-rcinil'lltan intrigue to promote the
pai . uss.i   Bonaparte with a
].mb-i s.i its.- Orleans family.
I isssiis ni  ���    charges  Mr.  Storer
Rnl - an I - n siss- other hand declares
In ilu- president's interest ln the se-
iKiioii sst Ai. hblshop Ireland as a car-
inal ssss. is"! iiuo io Slorer or to Sto-
jtta wlf. Isiit io the president alone,
[he text ..I   Mr,  Storcr's   letter   was
is's.-il ami iiunsiiiitled not only to
l.sii iii members of the
lorelgn n-lailons committee of thc
pate.
I Mr. stssi. i     i;s ihat his removal lu
luminary  ,->   manner suddenly   ills
llsn.il Inns  ii,,in an ofrice  which  hu
jail been glveu reuson to believe lhat
! bail filled  .���> lhe satisfaction both
iii* s.s,n government and  that  to
Ibldi lis. wan accredited,    and    being
Itcisilii'iJ i.y in, public explanations ll
posed lissti  in suspicious and Injurl-
* '���''.���'' ues, siii-h as must natural
I arise ui,, n a ma_ lu ,)Uij||c 0fnce
I abrniiiis dismissed by his govern-
|eot with ��hat |3 obvolusly intended
��� discredit,
[Thi' i*'sn. H|iiinilencu shows the fain
j of the president and the
purer family at lln- lime Mr. Roose-
fit was governor of New York, Just
|ler tin- Spanlsh-Amertoan war. Sonie
1 ill.- Iluiisvvcjt letters lo Slorer were
(Wressi-d    Mj   |h.ar Bellamy," and lo
1 ��'il'*, .My ix-iir Maria," and Mrs.
���toor addressed the president as
|l**ar Theodore."
I Mr. Slurs i asserts that Roosevelt
I'us'lf. ��liil. governor of New York,
|n��l tin. Simors lo use their Infinite'* wills Hi,' Vatican tor Ireland's
���""notion, believing the prelate's' well
���not��� isaiiiniisni would aid In solves: Hi" |irsib]"iiis connected with the
VMlc churrli In the Philippines.
|l��* later letti>r�� of Mr. Roosevelt as
���"���'i'l.ni aie published evidently to
I"'11 'In* president's alleged Inconslst-
liry.
J11".' letter nf ,|1(. president's to Mrs.
I11"'!-, daied Uecmber 11 1,905, after
ft efforts s,r tins storori In Iwhalf ol
���Wililshnp I., Unlet begun to nllracl
l""iu..ii contain! tho   following   pa*
"Vmir ilin.,1 ,)r |mpl|ed complnliil ol
���no ii-rii'ciI,,,,., uiiiin my own personal
['      ' gives in,,    nnxlely    lhal 1 am
'���ly concerned    nl    the nils-
"eel your litters musl have
'"'""���''"'"���illlng the position of the
I..''J Sl-'""** government and by the
elilim government  scandal  your
f" acrei Inn   nmy   nl   anJ,   |)nll,   CMm,..
.*""* Idlers nol only convey n tolnlly
"tK luipression of my attitude bul
'> ai" such as you have no business
fn-iti'v,.,- i��� wrl|,, ,_ vlew of |ho _-tl.
n "' your husband In the diplomatic
I "*','"���   The leller or Cardinal Merry
nl lo you 0f November 23 is   a
IK-Hef ii'��, yn"* Pxl"''*sslng plainly his
Lu..    .""  yo" bave been unwnrrnnt-
sssn ,"r!lclo"a In   matters  with   which
Ihuiiii' r   ,"**lM*rly    no    concern.      1*1
���   mi s.r iiK,,|f ,)B ,,���������_!, t0 8how v������
I, ''x,'"','llnc;|y unwise and Improper
'"n In writing to him wns.
in.llrrnnnt lhal lho wire of an
;"" nnibassadnr In tbe TTnlleil
inn,' S,m',rp "���"-"'���'��� tmm wrlllen
���mil, I ""'''" ."boiil.l hnve given lbe
�� *���-���*mn undoubtedly conveyed in
���noli ��' .f,r.."'u1  should have Incitrreil
rs. Storer was known in Rome as tho
American ambassadress io Hume Mr
Koosevelt closes thus:
"I must uss you to give uiu this
pouillve promise iu willing, if u^j.
limiy is lo continue lu ilie servoe anu
f you even unintentionally violale It 1
sliull have to ask for Bellamy's resig.
nuiion, lor 1 can no longer aiiorsi io
have lhe chance of scandal being
brought on thu entire American diplomatic service and on uie government
Itself by such Indiscreet uud Ill-advised actiou as yours hus hueu.*'
"l cannot trust mysell to express
lully the feeling ol Indignation wllh
which I read the letter lo Mrs. ritorer "
says Mr .Storer. "Though 1 was iu
the public service 1 felt and still feel
that I had lost none ot the rights
which a man has, to judge of lhe pro-
prlety of letters addressed to his wile
and lo resent uny Improper communications. I did not know what I nave
since learned, lhal lhe letter wus not
wrilten for wife's eyes or mine alone,
but had been shown lo olhers before
il was senl, and thus used lo make a
case against a lady, a trusting friend,
who could not he heard in her own de.
fence. My wife was deliberately accused of having iiuoted isolated sen-
lence. irom the president's letters to
convince oth . p rsous that she wos
doing exactly wnut he asserts he haa
explicitly stated In writing that lie
would not do. The charge of shameful
conduct was based on nu evidence
which could even have misled the writ,
er into a hasty Judgment, but wus lu
answer lu a letter which, whether approved or nut, ut leasi furnishes no
such evidence either In liself or In Its
enclosures.
"The lone of long-suffering and outraged patience, the careful omission
oi all mention of anything ihe writer
hud himself done .ml authorised to be
done in the matters complained of, the
(notation! from the letters written at
the time of my errand lo tlie pope,
without any of the tacts and circumstances related above which would
give those letters their true character
or show ihey were angry complaint because what he had directed lo be done
had become known; these things, with
the ahuslve personal characterization
of my wife and the assumed indignation wllh which It had been, ln fact,
permitted and encouraged, where not
expressly directed, seemed to me to
put the letter outside tho limit of anything Justifiable even In a stranger.
What a sebse of outraged friendship it
aroused In us can perhaps be understood hy anyone who has read even
the small part of the private corre-
spondence given above."
ln concluding his letter, which is
dated at Cincinnati, November, 1906,
Ihe former ambassador says: "I write
this leller wilhonl the knowledge of
Archbishop Ireland.*'
Prices of Matals.
New York, Dec. 8.���Sliver, 69c;
per, 21 %c;  end, $.75.
London, Dec. 8.���Silver, 32d.
IS
fhi.-ri,
pais.
Ill
I"'*    III
'ke.   Yrm don't hochi to re-
"" II Is out nr the nuosllon ror
'    """Windy  nertnll   lho wire  of
li'ssi-sliii"". '""'"""Us In enimgo In oc-
wionti"   ntrlguo'   l0   Influence the
''''  referring   to tho    report tbat
AWARD OF NOBtL PRIZE
President  of  United   States   May   Obtain Place in Temple of Fame
for Securing  Peace.
Washington, D. C. Dec. 8.���Will the
uobel peace award go this year to
President Roosevelt In recognition of
his services In ending tho Russo-Japanese war? This Is thc question that
is being asked today in Washington
and which will be answered next Monday lu Stockholm, when the king ot
Sweden will declare the annual rewards.
A complete list of those who bave
received Ihe Nobel prizes, founded
with his vast fortune by Alfred Nobel,
the Inventor of dynamite, lo reward
each year those who hnve most aided
humanity by scientific or medical research, by Idealistic literature, and by
the promotion of peace, Is as follows:
1901���Roentgen, X-rays; Van 'I Holt,
physicist; Von llehrlng, developer ol
iintituxln for diphtheria; Sully-l'riid-
boninie, pool; Henry Dununl, founder
or the Bed Cross; Frederic Pussy,
writer on peace.
1902���Lorensand Zeeman, physicists;
Fischer, investigator of uric sold; Major Ross, malaria Investigator; Proles-
sor de Martens, who visited Amerlcn
wllh tho Russian peaco envoys; M.
Monimsen, lilstoiian.
1903���Hecquerel, of the Becquorci
rays; M. and Mme. Curie, finders of
nullum; Arrhenlus, SwediBh chemist;
Finsen, discoverer of Finsen rays;
UJornson, poet; VV. R. Cromer, M. P.,
for his efforts In Iho promotion ot international arbitration,
11104���llnron Raylclgh, llrlllsh Royal
lnstliullon; Sir William Ramsay, chemist* professor PavloK, St. Petersburg
Military Academy of Medicine; Frederic Mistral, Provenoal poel, and Jose
Bhonegaray, Spanish dramatist.
lOOIj���Phlllpp Lcsnard, cathode rays;
Adolph von Baeyer. investigator In organic ohemlstry; Professor Koch, for
researches to promote the cure of tu-
, ... aa..��rvk Slenklewlcz, nov-
ffltner^ths^n^erW,
labors in lhe cause of International
pence.
Popular Verdict on British
Columbia's Claim
DISCUSS BETTER TERNS
Canadian Magazine States Impartially Grievance Against Ottawa Government.
The llrltlsh Columbian ls nol exactly
contented, says Canada, a non-political
magazine. He rejoices In his rich heritage, but he wants men to aid him in
exploiting it. In Vancouver, New
Westminster and Victoria, the leading
citizens have Inaugurated a campaign
that already is murked hy energy anu
earnestness, and has behind it the support of the whole population.
The potential richness of the Pacific province have heen described by
numberless writers and travellers. For
decudes her citizens have bousted tbat
there are In her valleys, her waters,
und her muuntains greater and more
diversified sources of wealth than are
to be found in uny other of the divisions of the Dominion. Two things
they say, are needed. The oue is
population; the other, recognition by
Ottawa or British Columbia's right to
better tlnanclal terms ln the way ot
federal subventions. As the Hon. K.
McHrlde, the premier, pointed out not
long ago, under the Settlement Act ot
1884, British Columbia gave to the
Dominion timber and coal lands whicn
would now be worth from |26,ooo,ouu
to 130,000,000, ln order to Becure tne
construction of the Esquimau and Nanaimo railway, which, under the Carnarvon terms, the Dominion agreed to
build. The railway cost but J3,000,0uu
dollars.
But this Is only one of the many
arguments which llrltlsh Columbia
advances in her plaint for a readjustment of the subsidy. Eastern Canadians who havo given any study to the
question agree lhat, at the time ot
British Columbia's entry Into Confederation, there was a vast difrerence ln
conditions between her development
nnd that ot Eastern Canada. The
eastern provinces had public works
largely completely, and Ihe public
deblB Incurred on this score were assumed by the Dominion. BrltlBh Columbia had roads, bridges, wharves,
schools and railways yet to construct,
vast resources to develop, remoteness,
and physical difficulties to conquer,
and Increasing responsibilities to
meet. Yet British Columbia's sources
of revenue are the same, per head ot
IKipulatlon, as In the long-setteled east,
and the disparity between her revenue
and her necessities Is so large as to
be unreasonable. Mr. McUride made a
strenuous fight for his province during
the iuterprovlnclal conference at Ottawa, and, It is said, favorably Impressed on thc other premiers the JUBtice
ot his demands. Nevertheless, the subsidy Issue remains unsettled. The active biiBlness men or Ihe coasl, who
aro more Interested In commercial conditions than inimical theories, are at
one with tho premier In the contest,
and nre expecting Irom aid In their Immigration campaign which has been Inaugurated with a- view to securing
white settlers tor the rich farm lands
which hnve made the province fatuous
both In Canada and the home land.
The New Westminster board of trade
has taken the Initiative in this direction, nnd has asked for lhe co-operation
ol all slmllur "Intelligence departments'* of llrltlsh Columbian trade.
Tho cry for additional white immigration sent up from New Westminster
has heen echoed ln the council chambers or the Victoria and Vancouver
hoards, and Several public meetings
have lieen held lo discuss the question.
tt was pointed out hy several speakers
tbat the prairie provinces have boon
given the benefit of the whole of the
Dominion government's efforts to Becure the desirable European Immigrants, and It was contended���certainly
with every show of Justice���that the
provinces across Ihe Rockies should
now be prepared to share with llrlllsh
Columbia the benctlt of tho Immigration campaign.
We cannot but feel that llrlllsh Columbia- has a very strong case. She
hns but 179.000 inhabitants, wllh a
white population much smaller, pro-
portlonntelv, than lhat of Alberta or
Saskatchewan. These two provinces
have had Iheir feet firmly set on the
path of prosperity, and II would assuredly be forgiven to the open-hearted
Wostern nature for the public men ln
power at Regina and Edmonton not to
demur to British 'jlumbiu's receiving
from the minister of the interior a
share of the Eui.pean Immigration
which will flock Into Canada next year.
The two central prairie provinces are
lully equipped, autonomous states
within lhe Dominion. They are weaal-
Ihy by and with tp a certain extent,
the aid of the people of British Columbia.
Whether the federal authorities
agree now, or wait for a twelvemonth
to grant British Columbia's warrantable demands .the question ol securing British and European Immigration
will continue to be canvassed by her
business men. His Excellency the
governor-general, who only the other
day became a large landowner ln the
province, appreelates the wonderful future which is In store for the people
across the Rockies. British and American newspaper correspondents have
written enthusiastically of the country.
This all-round development of British Columbia's Illimitable resources is
bound to come; when it does so, Eastern Canada will obsain a good share ot
the profits���a share which will be
many times larger than the comparatively small sum which the provincial
government of the land that "Ues halfway between Balmoral and Heaven,
asks by way of increase In her annual
subsidy. To refuse this increase would
be a cent-wise dollar-foolish policy.
ROUND THE BOUNDARY.
Sensational    Announcement    Made  by
Captain Bentley re Hindoos.
(Special  to The Dally Canadian.)
Grand Forks, Dec. 8.���Captain W.
Bentley, who has hud considerable experience among the Hindoos, has Just
given some rather sturiling information about these people. He says that
tully one-third of the Hindoos here are
women who are dressed ln the Identical costume as the men. It seems
lhat In nearly all cases the women
Beek employment as wood cutters, as
this particular class of work ls gen
erally allotted to the female Hindoos.
It is also reported that a considerable
number of the Hindoos employed ln
Fisher's railway camp under Timekeeper Dunlop are also women, whlcu
accounts for them being better workers than the general Hindoo.
DROWNED IN THOMPSON.
Workmen on Government Bridge Precipitated Into Stream.
Vancouver, Dec. 8���Three workmen
on Ihe government bridge across the
Thompson river just west of Ashcroft
were drowned on Thursday. News of
the accident reached Vancouver late
yesterday. The victims are E. A. Eld-
ridge, Hugh McMillan and Arthur McMillan.    The  latter were  brothers.
The men were working on a scow
in the centre of tile river. This was
held in place by a rope connecting
with a cable, which spanned the river.
The accident happened through the
breaking of the cable.
Seven men were thrown Into the
water. Two managed to crawl quickly to safely. Two others were rescued
by the heroic action of their rellow-
worknien aftor they had been In the
water for some time. But the three
who were drowned were carried Into
the heaviesl current and soon sank Into the icy waters of the Thompson.
Colorado Charities and Correction.
Denver, Colo., Dec. 8.���Visitors trom
several Colorado cities are here to
take part in the state conference of
Charities and Corrections, which is to
be formally opened tomorrow evening.
The sessions will continue over Monday and Tuesday. Govornor McDonald,
Mayor Speer. Rabbi W. S. Friedman,
Dr. Robert F. Coyle. Judge Ben B.
Dindsey, Mrs. Sarah S. Platt-Decker,
and a number of olher persons fo note
have accepted invitations to address
(he conference.
Preside nt-Elect
Mexico City, Dec. 8.���The American
Public Health association, which has
been in session here since Monday,
yesterday elected Dr. Domingo Orvau-
auos, one of the most distinguished
physicians and sanitary experts In
Mexlro, president of the association.
The convention adjourned to meet
next yenr at Atlantic City N,. J.
Shah Still Weak.
Tehran, Persia, Dec. 8, 6:40 p. in.���
The health of tho shah today shows
that he has made a further slight improvement. He Is still very weak. At
4 o'clock Ibis afternoon his majesty
wns sleeping.
Commissioner Coombs and party
will arrive from the coast tonight, accompanied by Brigadiers Howell and
llurdett, who missed connections yesterday. They will be met ut the C. P.
R. station by the full strenglh of the
locnl corps, and a grand street demon-
stratlon will follow. Mayor Gillett has
arranged that the streets will be Illuminated. Tomorrow's program Includes
a public meeting ln the opera bouse at
3 p. m., at which tho mayor will preside.
Between Britain and America is
OVER THE MODUS VIVENDI
Newfoundland Has Been Insisting on
Rights From First and
Was Snubbed.
conditions which orchardists could desire, and it goes without saying tbat
next year the land will have proved
its fitness to sustain at home and
abroad the great and growing reputation of Okanagan fruit
Politics are quiescent. Casual reference to the next provincial election
elicits the remark, "I.. W. will win
easily���no reason In the world for a
change." Only a straw perhaps, but
It Indicates the direction of the air
current.
BOLD ATTEMPT AT ROBBERY.
H. W. Power of the Kaslo Kootenaian maile a fraternal call at the Canadian office toay.
London, Dec. 8.���Tbe correspondence
between tho state department at Washington and thc foreign office here and
Lhat between Newfoundland and tne
colonial office, detailing the clrcum
stances leading to the establishment ot
ihe lisheries modus vlveudi ,was pub
ilslied today. While the tone is conciliatory, It shows that a wide chasm
remains to be bridged.
The despatches commenced in October, 1905, with letters from Secretary
Root to Ambassador Durand asking for
au early iuterview on tne subject ol
fisheries, aud explaining at length the
United States views of her treaty
rights, and urging that Ureal Britain
take steps to secure tbe repeal ot the
Newfoundland laws conflicting therewith.
Foreign Secretary Grey on February
20 last, through Ambassador Reid,
dealt at length with Mr. Hoot's observations, and said he regretted that he
was unable to assent thereto without
important qualifications.
Mr. Reld notified Secretary Grey on
July 20 that Mr. Root disagreed with
him.
The ambassador added: "I am Instructed to ask for such action as win
prevent any Interference on any
ground by officers of the Newfoundland
government with American fishermen
when they go to exercise their treaty
rights on the Newfoundland coast during the approaching fishing season."
Secretary Grey, replying August 13,
said he observed with much regret
that the wide divergence ln the views
of the two governments disclosed by
the correspondence makes lt hopeless
to expect an immediate settlement, but
he was ready to confer with the United States witb a view of arranging a
modus vivendl applicable only to tho
ensuing season..
On September 12 Mr. Reld wrote
S;ci* tr.ry Grey to the effect that the
government of the United States
"hears with great concern" that the divergence of views regards an Immediate settlement as Impossible and suggesting a modus vivendl. These were
accepted by Secretary Grey September
25, whereupon Mr. Reld was authorised to ratify them.
All the communications of the department to the foreign office wero
forwarded by the colonial office to
the Newfoundland government. The
secretary for the colonies, lord Elgin,
repeatedly urged modification and a
holding ln abeyance of the Newfound-
land ordinances, to wnlch objection
was taken and unequivocally notified
the Newfoundland ministers that he
was unaHle to assent to their view that
the enforcement of the fishing net ot
1896 was a matter of purely local concern. The secretary for the colonies
Insisted strongly on the right of tho
Imperial government to Intervene in
questions touching tbe relations of the
llrltlsh empire wllh foreign states.
In the last communication published
Newfoundland was still deprecating the
arrangement consenting to tho use ot
purse seines and the engagement of
local fishermen for work ou American
boats.
Exciting Siege  During    Which  Wrong
Man Was Killed.
Wichita. Kae., Dec. 8.���In attempting to rob the J. V. Brink company
bank at Great Bend, Kas., at 9 a. m.
this morning, single-handed, George A.
Lewis of Kansas City, the robber, was
captured, and Bud Westfall, a driver
for the Wells-Fargo Express company,
was killed. A clerk In the bank dodged into the vault and set the burglar
alarms off.
Lewis fled from the bank at the
sound uf the alarm and ran up an alley. He fortified himself ln an upstairs room of a house. Citizens entered a third-story room above Lewis
and fired at him through the floor.
Bud Westfall, the express driver, was
in the express office on the first floor
and a bullet passed through two floors
killing him. When he surrendered an
hour later, the robber was said to have
|300 in his possession. He had been
in Great Bend three days. Officers believe he has given a fictitious name.
He is held In the county jail.
REACH OUT AGAIN
Tbe Consolidated Co. Buys
Queen Vlctorta
RECORD COPPER DEPOSIT
Property Often Exploited and Abandoned Passes to Corporation-
Week's Stock Rotations.
Maiden Trip of New Liner.
Liverpool, Dec. 8.���The magnificent
steamship Servian, to be operated by
the Leyland line in the service between
Liverpool and Boston, sailed today on
her maiden trip to America. Tbe Ser-
vian has a lengtn of 600 feet and a displacement of 30,000 tons. Tbe steamship ls designed to carry only first-
class passengers.
German Policy.
Berlin, Dec. 8.���Germany Is popularly supposed In Great Britain and
France especially, to be pursuing mysterious political objects with tbe ultimate design of acquiring territorial advantages in Persia. The German policy, the Associated Press Is Informed,
is simply to acquire privileges ln Persia for all nations.
Mining Records.
A bill of sale, a location and a certificate of assessment work were recorded ln the Nelson mining office today.
J. W. Moore transferred to Smith
Curtis for nominal consideration the
Eastern Llllcyon, on the west side ot
Rover creek.
Lily E. Curtis recorded the Behemoth, on thc west Bide of Rover
creek, located December 4.
A certificate of work was Issued to
J. W. Moore on the Easter I.llley.
Okanagan Stirring.
Okanagan Falls, Dec. 8.���Transportation facilities being measurably in
sight, local fruit growers now take
heart and prepare for extensive planting. The valley and bench lands are
alike ot the very choicest In all  tbe
JrVAR WITHIN FIVE YEARS
California Regards Japanese Imbroglio
Only Temporarily Settled���Count
Aoki's Views.
Washington, Dec. 8.���Favorable action by congress on the recommendation of the president In his last annual
message that an act be passed specifically providing for the naturalisation
ot Japanese who come to the United
States Intending to become American
citizens, will go far toward, securing
a continuance of the traditional friendly relations betwen this country ano
Japan, is the opinion of Viscount Aokl,
the Japanese ambassador.
"Ot course," said viscount Aokl today, 'no nation likes to see its subjects leave to take up a permanent
abode ln a foreign land and lose all
relation with the fatherland, but ln
many cases lt cannot bo helped."
The ambassador expressed the belief
that there were not so many Japanese
In this country to take advantage ot
naturalisation if it were granted, bul
he thougbt thut such an opportunity
should be afforded tbem along with
the concessions of other countries. He
said he did not think it probable that
those Japanese who were emigrating
In large numbers to Hawaii and the
Pacific coast would avail themselves
ol naturalisation, because of the fact
that they represnted the poorer class
es and most of them ultimately returned to Japan.
Viscount Aokl said he had every
confidence ln the outcome of the test
cases which would be brought ln the
California courts. ,
Chicago, Dec. 8.���A despatch to the
Tribune from San Francisco says:
California regards the Japanese imbroglio as practically settled and,
while believing the crisis has been
bridged over, expects and predicts war
between the Pulled States and Japan
within five years."
That the federal government by dodging the Issue and placing the responsibility of the alleged Insult to Japan on
California, has prevented Immediate
war, ls the firm conviction of politicians and office holders In San Francisco, but that war with Japan will
eventually follow.
The feature of the week In mining
circles is the taking up ot the Queen
Victoria copper mine, the revlal of
which was referred to la these columns last Saturday.
Though nominally acquired by
James Cronln and N. J. Cavanaugh, it
is fairly well understood that the real
owner is the Canadian Consolidated
Mining A Smelting company.
The Queen Victoria haa had a checq-
uered history. It has been bonded,
exploited and abandoned many times.
The only real development work has
been done within the last few months
by J. P. Swedborg.
As soon as the extent of the deposit
was known���a vein 40 feet in width
and of comparatively high grade���other Interests were arouaed. A deal was
finally put through late yesterday afternoon by B. B. Mlghton ft Co., N.
J Cavanaugh, a member of the firm,
and James Cronln becoming the own-
The Queen Victoria ls believed to
contain one of the biggest and highest
grade copper deposlta ln the country,
it will form a very valuable addition
to the already large holdings of the
big company, which seems bent on acquiring every valuable mining property ln Kootenay.
The property is sltuatsed near Beae-
ley Siding, wtthin half a mile of the
C. P. R. track, with which it will be
connected by an aerial tram, which
has already been ordered.
Elsewhere throughout Kootenay activity is now limited to the developed properties, where the nsual winter campaigns of underground work
are being prosecuted.
The volume of business and the activity in stocks of thiB district for the
past week have shown a large Increase.
Predictions of the last week or so were
more than realised. Advances were ln
order tn almost every security in B.
C. and Alberta on this market, with a
demand apparent in every part of Canada. This state of affairs Is most satisfactory when it Is considered that
tbo shares of the Coeur -d'Alene and
Cobalt were on the decline.
Diamond Vale was the feature ot the
week's tradings. This stock opened
firm at about 26c, and advanced to 30c
per share, with large buying orders,
and a still further advance ln sight.
Canadian Smelters were also In greet
demand with an advance of $5 per
share within (he week. This advance
is due to the starting up of the Trail
smelter again after Its recent closedown, and the shares have not yet
reached their high quotation of two
months ago.
Canadian Gold Fields Syndicate, being affected by the market value of
the Consolidated Smelters, advanced
accordingly, and were ln as much demand as were the Smelters.
International Coal rose 2c per share
with a much firmer market than haa
been in evidence for a month past. Another rapid advance is not unexpected
In this stock.
Monte Crlsto, Virginia and Giant
were slightly ln demand at a slight
advance over their previous quotations.
Denora Mines exhibited a good deal
of firmness, but were not traded In
lo the extent the demand warranted,
molders of these shares declining to
part with thetr slock at present prices.
Carlboo-McKinnxy and American
Boy were weaker, with a greater difference betwen the bid and asked
prices, but very few tradings were re
corded at the low quotations.
Following are the approximate quo
tations for the week ending today:
Asked.        Bid.
American Boy 02M     .01%
Hreck.-Lund Coal 66 .62
B. C. Copper        .... 13.76       12.76
Cariboo-McKlnney   .   .      .06 .1)4
Consol. Smelters .. ..160.00   146.00
Can. Gold Fields  ..      .08%.      . .07V4
Diamond Vale 31        .29
Denora Mines 13*.     .12
Eureka Copper 10
Forty-Nine Creek ...      .OS .03
Uiant 03 .01
Inter. Coal 67 .66
Lardeau Mines 01 .00%
La Plata  ..       .22
Monte Crlsto 04 .03
Nicola Coal ..' 07M     .06
North Star 17        ...
Rambler-Cariboo 33 .31
Sullivan 08-).     .08*-.
Tel-Kwa ��0
Virginia 87        .06H
West. Oil Con    1.80      l.W
White  Bear (9%c pd.).     .Oft        .04
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CALEDONIAN LIQUEUR.
DISTILLERS, 12 and 20 years old.
R. P. RITHET & CO., LIMITED
NELSON       8o" *&&&��"**    VICTORIA
The D__iy Canadian
p. Burns __ Co.
WHOLESALE   AND KKTAIL
MEAT MERCHANTS
Inincli M .--i,' t- in   Rowland,   Trail,   Nelnou,  Kwtlo,   Haiidon, Throe Forks, New
Donvor mid Slnoan Oity.
Head Office: Nelson, B. C.
LAND NOTICES.
I'ul*. .Un- n't. r -Isle I purpose inskinc appli-
litoDtot.i. ii >ti < hief Commluloner ol Lands
id Work* f��r permission  to punhawi lho   Joint)'' .��M*riU"1 lands:   Commencing nt a post
1.1.1*1 ir.*  -..'I'liwi-ft corner of J. hhii-11'M ap-
���inl ton In j' ii   ..n-*,   mirk.*.] ' -K. S'_ fi. K. Cor-
pr."i_tiiiltiv llienee 8U cluilim north- thenreHO
w.-i  :'..-.��������� -i ohalni sooth, thanee SO
Iiiai e*ut lo |   Hit nl Commencement, coiiUIii-
1. mre or li-mi.
Dated the Utb ilay u( October, ����*���
It Hhiki.i.,
per J. Hhiki.i., Agent.
I bty dm ���.[<-! la to I purp-w maklriK appli-
a *. .-   ��� ��� H  ���   ��� lilt* I < iiiiiiiiinNliiiirr of Iaii'Ih
1   ..     -     - tiermlaslon to ptiretmiu the fol-
liinr.k*- ri1*- l bin.I��:     t'nmineii''lii|< at a pint
MibaiM the  ii'>-i]p uM ( ortH-r nl It. Hhlttll'a
Itrttlon to purchase, marked"...!. ��'��� H. K.
nt," fun' in   lln ui ��� ni �� hntiii north lo the
Lit! boo ml an  "f T. I, &.m, thenee. KO ehalim
���kit, them-. -> <*htIni  lOUlfa, thenee K) ehalni
ai in i-oitii nl i 'iramancemtnt, containing Mn
I ���    laj of October. 1806.
II, K. tittfNVIlLL,
per J. Hhiki.i., Agent.
1 1 pnrpOM making appll-
ii     the Chlel OommlBioDer <*f
��� |iennlMioa to purchase the
J       - - I   land:    ('oiiinieiii-iiiK ut  *-.
J*';-��� ��� ��� ��� id ih- juiietion <if Harm*** and
I' -��� ��� ��� . nnd out of K. j. Kit lull's ao
1 IH   marked "Vi. N   I"|. fi. W.
KMr.-nmi,.!^ ������:. ii.*.. no chain!, north; thenee
I ���  ���  ���" Btiubalxu 100tht thenee Ht)
iintol commenceuent; contain-
BaCl *>r le-ii.
: Oetober, IfOfc
W.N. I'ooi.k,
Per J. fiiriKi.u Agent.
lavisfter dato 1 purple  making appli-
ti i" lit.- lion id,. Chlel Commissioner ol
iitn<i -a rt- for nermlMlon to purchase the
'   ���     -    ��� ������ i lands:   commencing at a
itpinvdii ii, loiitheaitoornerol m. STOren-
i ' Ui  purobase,  marked "V. D'l,
inaltir tbeoceflO ehaim north;
���a ni chains eait;  thenee Nt
nwmtli; thenee So chaini wait, to point oi
mui*. inim, containing 6*10 acres, more or
I1' daj ol October, UOfc
V. DoDD
Per J. fihtall, Agent.
���������''���   '���'���) i.Hen that fti davn aflor dnle f
< ipplleatlon lothe Honorable the
ii.rol Landiand Worki (or per-
haw ihe followiiiK described
("mine iur lug at  a pout   on  the  imrth
piii'Ur) ���t LottkHand about-J chain* cast of
I inning in ehains rant; Ihenee
I tbenee w ehalni aartl thenee 40
T���'���' "" '" :**'int ol commencement, eon-
f,     - Bin orooi lens.
plal October la, 1906,
Lmh WATfOK,
Hv til. agent, F.RNKT W. KotllNIOJf.
Notiee In herehy Riven that W dayi alter date 1
in lend to apply to the Honorable llie Chlel Com-
in Im* toner uf I,nnln nnd Worki* for permlttNloU to
parobue Ibelollowlni deeerlbedliodi in the
Went Koolenay dlitrleti   BeffUuiQi at a post
marked "AluandM Hraier'i N. Vi. corner," and
planted   on   tbe   enul   shore   of   the narrows ol
whatahan (Cariboo) lake, at the 8. B. eorner of
Bombard Hlmch'ti application to purchase;
tbenee *���>-.���*. I'i Ohaini; theuee south Ml chains;
thenoe weita&ehaini, more or lens, to the ihore
of the narrowi;  ihenee following the said ihore
In a northerly direction m ehalni, moreor les*
to tbe point of ootnmeneement, oontainlng mo
acref, more or leu.
Oet. IStb, 1908. ALIXASl'M Frabkr,
by F. L. Hammond, Agent.
fility day* afler date I nur pose mHkliijr application to tne Hun. Chlel ComntfBloner of Landi
nnd Work* for iH'rnii**ioii lo purchase the (ollowlng deserlhed imi- Commencing Ht the
northeait corner of C. L. Hanulngton's appllea-
llon to purchnse, markeii "K. A. Oli 8. K. corner,"
run mux tii. in .* m chalu* north, theuce SO chains
went, tfience BO chalus south, thence 8U chain*
eail tO pOlttt of eoinnienceiueiit, contaliiiiiK 640
ai*re*. more nr les*.
l>uted the lmh day of Octohcr, 1906.
K A. i i:Ka.-i-,
per J. fill IBU Anenl.
<tj dayi after date 1 pnrpoee madng appli-
ilea-ih.n rincf ilotnraleelonerol Lindi
fc\   "* ��� ������'  luiion to pnrohue tbe toi*
_, "f ''"���'������" i  lund:   t'ouiineneinc at a post
r��l ��-.mi luo yard* ft-jst ol the Whatihan
IwlimUlH.ut two  mllM  souih  ol  What-
"'����.marke.l"B.C.8,iN K. corner post,"
I'1 '"���*>   -h    SO  ehalna   aoutb;   ihcnce  KO
" . '��������� Uobatna north;  thenee M
,1;>"1" '-I i"��f uomraenoemenu con tain-
<';���"���"���'������'���- more or leu
-Bted tna lath Uy ol Ootobar.UOL
B. (I. fiKINNIR,
I'er K. Sn i m.i., Agent.
li-1!?.!!*1. ,f'" ',*,ft I intend to apply to the
K?!*?),6!11* 'icoramuiionero. Landa end
n,,'?' *' '" Pi'tfhaie IW aerei of land,
"�� "if vai ifdeol Arrow Uke. adjoining
���*'"' if��*ni,i.,i M lollowi: Commeneing
'I'i".! mi the wesl boundary 01 Lot
' V -' '���iibIiii north of the fi. VV. corner of
���*"-c wen ;to chaini. thenee iouth r*>
' t-'l  "0 ehalni lo the western
'       I' I'll.ui No. 878, Ihenee nortii
V,"I,,n" oi boiinning,
���1 Oct. _A, 1908, B   m   K. Wai.I-KY,
K J. Kli.iott, Agent.
li hereby gtven that 00 dayi Alter dnte 1
'    N -i 11 eation tothe Honorable the
""nUMoiHT n| l,and* and Works for per-
111  I"ite!ia��e   the   followiiiK   described
j    -   -  ���a nu-ii,. ���- Ht A |(n!il p|at.,H| ,,1,0111 one
ii-..,,, ��� ,\ ""--'"'ii oreek and abont three
uth*. ���, "' "l'H'��hen leke, running Kiehaiiii
���������"'���*'Wfiiaim woatj thence BO ehalni
''*' lf" eliains ciiMt, to polntof com-
������"'diliijiiliiKCilOnercH moreor le*i.
'��l��r IS, limff.
I'KTKIt McNAt'OHTnN,
'il-UKcnl, KltNK.1T VV. KoaiNBON
licrvh)  kIvcii tnatOO il��\s from dale I
the Uonorahle the Chief Cbm*
1^ mid Works tn purehuo MO
ik,.. ri illV,,'l,ri1 ,x' follows: ('omiiieneing
i i Piinted on lhe norlh bank ol the Little
kert .>i* ,'""' '-'���,t, ytirdi from moulh, and
ft   ..��     ..    i'1''"11'*   H     W.    corner   jioit,"
" ' ��o chain a, ihence norih 80 ehalni,
_ (|f ' w chalm, l hence nouth 80 ehalns, to
(i)it h'^meuiciiicnt, nnd containing 010 acres
wed gUhdey Oct.. IBM      noirr. Mrl.KAW. _
hi iImIi! h ' dnie I purpoie milking appli
W'orki i ���I'i'H oniiiiisxloneiol Laud*
''f 'i.scri Ror,m*'5f'0b lo pun-ham-the fid*
htte��i ;.��,�� ���'������"'���H: Oommonolng at the
Iihm. ,,,, _'V'f V n��dd'l application to
I "i. -'lie w.''' ",:-l" n'B N- K- wirnor," run-
t, thr.nm ���, !nl"* ���*�������'tb, theuee 80 chalna
li'tlie o , ,*')alllH norlh, thenco 80 chaini
lores, mnreo. j ,',,n,"*--'1i('t'iiicnt, enntainlnK
1 ed tho 12th day of October, 1900.
C   L, HANNlNdTON,
per J Hhiki.i,, Agent
���'In
Kotdet i* hereby giTen that 00 dayi af tor date
i Intend toapply to theHon Ohio. CommlBloner
of Landl ano Work* for permtailon to inin*iiii-e
the lollowlng deioribed lan-fln We*t Koolenay
DiltriOt; llrgiuniug at a post marked, "Hern-
hard Hir*i*h'sS. H. corner," and planted on the
east ihore of the narrows of Whatshan (Cariboo)
lake: tlo-nre n-rtli Ho chaini] thence west 40
chaini moreor less, to the ihore Ol What*ban
lake; thence loiiowing said shore in a geueral
southerly and easierly direction ISO ehain* more
or lew-, to point of commencement: containing
8J0 acres, more or leis.
Dated ihu8th dayol Oct. woe.
BlKNIIAttn lliamii,
F. I.. llAMUOSU, Agent
Hixty dayi alter date I pnrpoee making application to the Hon. the Chlel Commissioner of
I.aU'1*- and Works (or permission to purchase the
following iioscrib^d land: Commencing at a
post placed about half fl mile west of flames
creak, and about one mile north ol the mouth of
the same, marked "'.H's. fi W, corner," run*-Ing
tbence mi elirtlns north; tbence 8i chains east;
Ihtnee ***. chains iouth to the north boundary of
Vi. S. Poole's applieatlo- to purchaie; Ihenee 80
chaini weit lo point of commencement; containing 640 acres more or less.
Paled the IHth dav of October, 1906.
J.SH1KL-.
Sixty dati iittr dale I purpoie making application to lbe Hon. Cblel Coiiiiiiisslcuer ol Landi
and Worki Ior peniiisHioU to purchase the (ollowlng deeerlbed lauds: Commenelni at a post
placed about li ..if ii mile west of the lower end of
Whatahan like, marked "D, Dl. N- W -eorner,"
running theuce SO chains souih . theuce 80 chains
nit] thence 80 chains nnrlh; tbenee 80 chaini
west to point ol ciiinmenceinelit, containing 640
acrei, more or less
Dated lhe __tth day ot October, 1906.
I). Pont),
POr J.Phiku, Agent
B'Xty dayi after date 1 purpose making application to the Hon chief CommlBloner ol land.
and Wo ks lor permlulon to purehase the following   described  lauds:    * ommencinf at the
northwest eorner pi K, a. creaie's application to
purchase, marked "W. Q. (i'i. 8 W. eorner."
ruuning thence 80 chains north; Ihence 80
chains east; thence 80 chains south; thence 80
chains wesl to point of com meneement, conlaln-
lug 040 acres, more or leu-
Rated the llltb day ol October, 1ft*.    .
w. q.Oiujrt,
Per J. Siiiki.i.. Agent.
Hixty days after date! nurposo making application to the Hun. Chief C.ouinilsiioncr ol Lands
and Works lor permission lo purchaie the lollowlng described lands: Coiutuoucing at the
uorlbwest corner of 1>. I-odd'i application to
Durehaee, marked -M. F's S. W. corner," running
tbenoe Bo ohalni north; tbence ho ohaini, more
or less, to the west shore of Whatshan lake, lollowlng lame 80 chalm south; thenee so cbalm,
moreor lott.eall to the point oicommeiueuient.
ContainingHOTerei, moreor less.
Dated the Uth day ol October, MM.
H. Fai'qimkr,
per J. fiitlKLL, Agenl.
SIGN OF SECOND ADVENT
Mystical   Prophecies  of Christ  to   Hll
Disciples���Services  Announced
for Tomorrow.
Tomorrow win be the second -Sunday
In   Advent.    No  holy daya  occur  dur ���
Ing the week.
The gospel for the day la St. Luke'a
account of Christ'B toretelllog or mn
���second coining in language so Dgura
Uve lhat no other explanation la re
Quired of the confusion of thought, in
regard to the laat advent, among the
<"hrlHilaiis of the  tint century and of
many canturieo later.
The condition! foretold might eaitlj
bfl thought to be fulfilled many tiinen
���"sigiiH in the aim, and in llin moon,
and in the alara; and on the earth, dla
trcsH of mitiona."
And yet the closing parable ol the
���Shooting forth Of buds presaging aum
mer would seem to teach that certain
and unmiatakeable aigna would pre-
cede nnd announce the end.
Hut, whatever those words may have
-signified to the firat diaciples, to
Christiana of later days their meaning
Is restricted to the beginning of the
triumph of the Kingdom or God hy tho
last sentence, "Thla generation shall
nol  pasa away till  nil be  fulfilled."
The following services are announc
od at the various churches for tomorrow:
Church    of England���St.    Saviour's,
cor. Ward and Silica streets; aecond
Sunday   in   Advent;   holy   communion,
8 a. m.; morning prayer and litany,
11 a. m.; Sunday school, 2:!i0 p, m.;
evensong, 7:30 p. m. llev. F. H. Graham, rector.
Roman Catholic���Church of Mary Immaculate, corner of Ward and Mill
streets: Low mass, 8 a. m.; high mass,
10:30 a. m.; evening service, 7:30 \\. m
Rev. Father Althoff, priest.
Presbyterian church���St. Paul's, corner of Victoria and Kootenay streets:
Morning service, 11 a. m.; Sunday
achool, 2:30 p. m : evening service, 7:30
p. m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. Rev.
J. T. Ferguaon, miulster.
Methodist church���Corner Silica and
Josephine streets: Morning service. 11
a. ra.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p m. Rev. H N
Powell,  pastor.
Baptist church���Stanley street, near
MUI: Morning service, 11 a. m.; even
ing service, 7:30 p. m.i Sunday school,
2:30 p. m. Rev. 13. II. Shanks, pastor.
Salvation Army���Barracka on Victoria street, west of Josephine: Special services for tomorrow. Knee drill,
9 a. m.; holiness meeting, 11 a. ra.; a
praise meeting at 3 p. m.; salvation
meeting at 8 p. ra.
Silver King Hotd
BAKEK BTBKKT. NULBOM
Bast Dollar a day linuse in the Kootenays.
Roomi are well InrolBbed.  Table u good u my
In Nelaon.    Bar aupplled wltb good
Millions and clean.
W. K. MoOANDLISH, Proprietor.
Tfemont House
Buropoan rod Aim-rl cun FUo
���e-*u -5 cti.  Kooms from ift cti. to fl
Only White Htlp Kmplor.'..
MALONE  tfc TRKGILLU8
B��k��r St.. Nelion Prnprlltora
Notiee .���hereby given IhUitxty days afterdate
i intend to spply to the Hon. Chief Gommiitionsr
oi Lands and worku lor permlsalon to pnrch*ue
the following describee landi in tbe West
Kootenay diitrloi: beginning ��t R poit marked
"J. a. BtnUneo'l S. Vi. eorner," mid planted about
one-biilf mile  eul  f>(   tbe ihon Ol Wbiilsban
(Cariboo) lake nmi about 2 milei north of tin-
parrowi of the tald lute, and at the a. B corner
of;Arthur Warren'i application to pnrebaie;
lbence eait wi chaini; tbciue uorih HDehnins
thenee went m ehaim  to the northeail i-onter of
Arthur Karren'iapplication to pnrehaae; thenoe
Mouth ho obalm to point ol oommencement. containing <H0 lore*, more or letm.
Oet. latli, lauti. J. H. Bimineo,
F. L. lUUMONIi. Agetit.
Notice in berflb) Riven thut 60 day*, alter date 1
Intend to iinik-- hjij.lj. iitii.n lotbe Kouornbl. tbe
1 M. ' ComiiilUlOner ol I.hihI- and Worki for per-
mUilOO to purchaie the followiiiK dfllCilbed
landii  Oonunenelng at a i-..-i planted on th��
liorllieait eo ner of Heter MeNaugllton'i ap[iliea-
tiou to pnrcbaif, following the out bonndary ol
tame Hu ehalns fouth; thenee w) chaini east;
thenee BOchalm north: thenre 8i) chalm weit to
iH>int of oommencement* eoutalnliiK tvio aerei,
more or leu.
Doled Oet. 13,1006.                   Al.lil.RT El.LimT,
 By bin aK'*nt Krwe-st w. itoHiN.ioN.	
DP dan t-h-'r date I intend toapply to the Hon.
Cblel CommlMloner Of bamlN and Works, Victoria, in purchase MO acrcN of 'nnd located lu
Fire Valley and being a portfon of *��eetionB IA
and iti in TowniblpfiS and deeerlbed m followi:
Oommonolng at a j>i.-t planted at the southwcit
oorner of tne loatheait ooarter of Motion 15
Township ��'���'��� ami markeii J, Q, A. t. corner,
thence north 40 cbalni] thenee west fo ehalim;
thenee iouth 40 chains; thence east K) chains to
place of beginning.
November ttrdiMM.
iiwKi-n QtBSONi
J. K. AKNABLK, Agent.
Hlxty dayi after date I intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief iiuii missionerof Landsand Worka
to purchase 100 acres of laud: Ooinmenclug at a
post planted on the west side ol Six mile ereei,
on wagon road, about two and one hall mllei
Irom Kootena} lake, and marked "Neil Me
KeOhnifl'l S, West corner poit," thenee east 40
chalm, theuce north -10 chains, Ihence wesHii
eiialni.lheiicu south 40 chalm, to plate ot commencement
Located this 10th day of November, WOO,
a\'in. MiKkdinik.
FIGHT  AGAINST  "SEMI-READY.'
Organizing  Merchant Tailors to Offset
Its Alarming Progress.
(Montreal Gazette.)
The National Fashion Bulletin has
Issued "Confidential Circular No. 1," to
the merchant tailors trade, and on the
lirsl page In good hold type the writer
asks:
"The fight agalnal the Soml-ready:
Are you In If"
Organized effort is called for, and
Ihe questiou is gravely asked, "As a
tailor, are yon taking your part iu lhe
fight? Are you doing all you can uy
word, by advertising, and by example
lo help the Irade you stand for?"
A prominent speaker at a tailors
banquet said: "Unless we combat the
Semi-ready houses our profession will
he In a few years in the same condition ns the shoelrade is now. A few
will pay big prices for custom-made,
Ihe rest will wear Semi-ready."
J. A. Gilker, the pioneer merchant
of Nelson, has secured the agency for
the incomparable Soml-ready tailoring.
Frost is on the pumpkin, the fodder's in Ihe shook, nnd soon the plumber's hammer will knock, knock, knock
Probably the undertaker never
would get some people If they could
live until they acquired wisdom.
Bartlett   Hotise
QSO. W. BARTLETT,
Proprietor.
Best Dollar-a-D-ay House in Nelson.
The Bar ta the Finest.
While Help Only Km ployed.
Lots of men   pray   for  things  they
wouldn't he willing to work for.	
rr*
lon/i* m*.Yin*. 'I'1.11-' Rwrpoie mahlng appli-
1 Wort, i ,1        "'"'( ommlMlonflr ol Landi
llig ,|,..,!ri,|,l;n,.IH|!,l,"i to purchaao the fol*
I Maeeil ii ti lftl"lN: Co mill dicing nt a
'���I.-.   ..'.,.       "��rt Invest  comer   ol  "K.
If. v ,.- "H,,l'''iilon to purohaae, niarked
ftli, i|.,,,���.,,"V!''r,' fonnlng thenee B0 ohalni
iUi-iiim ���t-wi I i ,IH W('Ml' thun-H* m ohaini
"'ii linn..i,,<'.]_.. ,'11''1 ,*1 point of comtnen-
,&'i''l lln i >      !K CI" w'f��i' '"oro or leaa.
">e uth day of Ootohor. IDM
K. KOIIKRTHON,
pei .!. siiiki.i.. Agont.
Notice In horoby given  that  slaty dava after
���int*. I intend to apply to the liononble unlet
Uommlilloner of Undi ami Works forperaia**
-ion topurehHhe tin-following deioribed undi:
Gommenolm ai a pent piaeed on thenortbw-st
i-nruernf Albeit Klllott'sai.Plication to purehaae,
running Ba ebalni   east along iho  northern
bo  ndary  of  aanie;   llieneo   kC-  chains  north;
tbenco Wohalni weiti thinceSpMalnsaouth, to
point of eoiumeiieetnelll, eoutallllng b4o aerea,
more or lens.
Dated Oct. 18, ISCM. , J��"N Ku.iott,
ny bli agent, BBKBT Vi. HOBWIOW.
Notleo l�� hereby given lhat AO dayi alter date 1
In tend toannlf mthe Uon. ChlsrComuUliloner
I'l i.aiida an. Worki for iwrmlaaloii to niirehaio
thotoflowlng deseri I   lamia iltuated  ill   the
wait Koot>nw district:   Beginning at a wij
marked " Herbert  Warren'n R. K. eoMicr,-  and
Stnted i.n the w m thonoi Whauhan (Oariboo)
k    ah. ut o.K.-��iuartcr nille north of tlie flouth-
!_?andof thiS3�� thenoe wertfcoheloil thence
Sn   ii wi nhalnil Ihenee pant BO ebalni. mow or
i.��   S   whail ��n   week!   tbenco following
orti. Bong the oreSk and lake ihore ao ohalni,
Store or.ia&, S> polnl ,,f oorameueement, con-
^!5ttlsBf^0a&.l^   i
I,|-U,llmHml       ' lUltllKRT WlHRRH,
]f, I,. Hammond, Agont.
i-ixty dari alter dato 1 intend tp apply to the
Hon. Ohielt'omiiiliilonerof Lands and Work?,
Vlcturia, to purchase to aews of land, situated
on tlie weat ilde of Arrow I.akc, about it'., milu
below Burton, and deioribed as lollowii ''ommenclng at a !"-t planted at (he nortlieast
eorner of Lol 7ITO, aud ruuning Dorth 30obalnii
thenee west i!0 chains, theliee *-outh 20 cbalni,
llienee easi 30 cliaina to plaee of beginning.
Nov. llth, 1906. H E Hill,
J. H Annaiii.e, Agent.
Hlxty days alter date I intend to apply to the
Honorable the -'hief Com in thinner ol Landiand
Works, Vietoria, to purchaie 'Ml aereu of land
located and dc-si-rlbed as follows: Commencing
at a poal planted at tin lonthwest corner of J.
KobiiiMou'a pre-empt lou in Fire Valley, and about
fl-te miles from Edward Lending, w**si side of
Arrow lake, and marked F.O'iN.E. corner and
running weit 60 cbaina, thenoe south M chain*?,
theuee eait *0 ehains, thenee louili '20 ehalns,
thence eaat 40 chains, thenee norl h 40 ehalni to
place or beginning.
Nov 18th, 1906. Frank OiiAKos,
J. K. ANNAUI.K, Agent.
Sixty days alter date I Intend to apply to Iht*
Hon. Chief" (-oiniulssliiTier of Lamls and Works,
Victoria, to purehaae IM acres of land ahout two
miles b'low Hurton Oity, Weit Kootenay, commencing a< a post marked "J. A. Irving'* east
cornor poit," iald poit being on tho easterly end
of an Island west of Lot6M?,attd claiming all the
land contained In iald inland, being about one
mllo in an casterlv aud westerly direellon and
about DO i balni from north to iouth.
November nth, um. J. a. Ikviko,
J E. ANNABi.K. Agent.
OPERA HOUSE
SUNDAY NIGHT
Notice li hereby given that-ft) days afterdate, I
Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Gouuniistonet
of Landi ana Works for permission to purchase
tho following described laml In Weit Kootenai
district: Commencing at a post marked Mrs. \ .
A. Wilson'i corner post, planted at Hie northeast
corner of Beotlon IT, Townsite 7. tunning iouth
4it chains, thenoe west W Chains, lhetice north 40
chains to place of commencement, containing 60
acres, more or less.
Dated Nov. ��, 1000. Mas. V. A. V, IU0K,
J. WiijiON, Agenl.
Kntlee is hereby given that 80 days ��R�� date I
Notlu* is nin   j k j        Commissioner
te^-toJWa^^JJ^SJJ,,   to  purchnse
id Landiand Wp��i ior pi �����"    ,,.,-*,  .��� .|l(,
i,,k,-��iti��*��' '���;.'���': i:���,.,, mn ��s*n��iii��.
""""''"",""'    , 11,, "li'ss  * s.i Wl.al--sls.iii urnok:
iiii.ro or   Ml. I�� l      "     ,, |  ���, ���| j.ld i-r.-nk uml
_-$��j��^^-��.-B
Oct. 18tn. 1906, antoinsttb hibsch,
By F. L- HAJWOMlb'WS-*'
Hlxty davs after date I Intend to apply tp the
Hon. Chief Ciininilislouer of Land* and Works
to purchaie 1��7 acres of land, commencing at a
post marked 11. B'l N. B. corner post, p'anieil at
the n. w. corner of O. w. Bteels_ claim on the
wesl side of Arrow lake.rtlKinl four miles above
Hurton city, thence west 40 chiiius, thenee ion th
M tH eliains, thence east 40 chains, tlience north
4A.59 ehains to place of beginning, containing Ud
acres, mor* or less.
Hated Nth day of Nov.. 1006. Byron BOSTON
J. B, Annahlk, Agent.
Notiee is horttiy given that ��> days alter dale 1
intend to applv loihe Honorable the Chief Com*
mlMlOner nl f.snda and Worki lor permission
to pureliase '2M acrei of land, situate on tbe Little
Moyle river about 1 mile from international
Boundary aud about l mile from Bpokane International Ky.: Commenolng at a post marked
It. Grand B. E. corner poit, thenee weit 40
chains; tlience north 40 ebalns; thence east 80
chain-*.; theuce north '20 chains; thence east CO
ohalMi* tbenco south 60 chains to place ol com-
menoement, containingS60 teres ol land.
Located Oot, 90th 1906,
iuniki Grant.
Nollco Is heroDy given that 00 dayi alter date 1
intend toapply tothe Hoiiorahle Chl-f Commissioner of Landa and Worka for pormbslon to
purchaie the following descrlb��il lands, in Weft
Kooi'Miay: Commenolng at a poit planted at
the northeaat eorner of i ot 43ft.'., ti. L, marked K.
Fletcher's northwest eorner, thence south KO
ChalUS) theuce east 10 chatna, more or less, to
the western boundary of Lot H-06, 0. L; Ihence
north SO chalna to Kootenay rlvor; thenco west
following said river to point of commencement,
oontainlng B0 acrei moro or leas.
20th October, 1908.
Frank FUTOHBBi
Hlxty daya alter tlate I intend to apply to tbe
Hon ibeChlafComiiiissloiiorofLandHiuul "orka
to pureliase 240 aerea of land: Commencing ��l a
post marked "N.T B'llOUtheiSt corner post,"
���aid post bnlug at the norlheast corner of tieo.
Hudson's pre-emption claim, about two milea
southeast of Hurton t'lty, thence west-10 chain**,
south 20 ehnins, weit 40 cbalni, north ill chalna,
east so chains, iouth 20 ohalns to place or oom��
meneement, containing 24u acrei.
Looatea sth day of Nov. 1906.   Nettie T. Iiskr,
COMMISSIONER COOMBS
"SHADOW    OF    THE    CROSS.'
A lew " odd lines" to
be cleared out
Tonight and Monday
BuMng Lots for Sale
H. & M. BIRD, AGENTS FOR
THE ADDITION A TOWNSITE
CO'Y WILL BE PLEASED TO
QUOTE PRICES OF LOTS AND
TERMS ON APPLICATION.
���������������
Josephine Bt.
Lake View Hotel
Corn*r Hall and Vernon,
two blocks from wharf.
GEORGE HARRISON, Proprietor.
Katea 11 00 per day and up.
Telephone 118.
Grand Central Hotel
J  A. ERIOKSON, Proprietor.
Centrally Located. Open Day and Night.
Sample and HUti Rooms Free.
Opposite Court House and Post Office*
Corner Ward and Vernon Streets.
The Strathcona
Nelson, B.O.
B. Tomkins, Manager.
The Leading Hotel in the
Kootenays.
Qood   Sample    Rooma.
Queen's Hotel
B.ker Blreet, Nelion. B. O.
Lighted by Electricity ud
Heated by Hot Air
RATES d FEB DAT
Large aud Comfortable Bedrooms and Flral*
clan IMiiliiK Room.   Sample Rooma Ior Commer-
slal Hun
MRS. B. C. CLARKE, Proprletrcll
Royal Hotel
MRS. Wll.UAM BOBEBT8,
raopBiBTBtta.
Kates II nnd $1.50 a Day.
Special Kates to Regular Bcnrdere.
Athabasca
Saloon.
CORNER
BAKER AND
KOOTENAY
STREETS.
MoHt comfortable iiuarters In NelBon.
Only tne beat of Llquori. anil i igant.
BILLIARDS
IO CENT BEER
AND HALF-and HALF
POOL
MARTIN   IVEN8        JNO.   PHILBERT
Many Useful Articles
at HALF price
and they are good
enough for CHRISTMAS
GIFTS too.
DON'T MISS THIS CLEAN
UP SALE.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders will Bud it to their advantage to nsu our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co*
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
WtioleHftlu mi.l Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Gampe nupplie.1 on shortest not in. aud
lowest prie.**. Nothing but frtwh and
wholesome meats and supple** kept in stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
Canada Drug & Book Co's
....Cash Stores....
E. C. TRAVES.  Manager.
w. a. aiL,i_ETT
Contractor nnd
Bulldwr.
Hole HKHit for tbe Porto Itlco Lumlior Co., Ltd.,
retail yuul*.. UoukIi mnl ilrti-bwd lumlier, turned
work tind bracketa, t'tmst lati) and nli Ingle.., mihIi
hu.I iloorn. Cement, brick and Him* for salo.
Aiiinitii'-tfr urltnlfr.
Van) and factory: Vernon St.. emit of Hull,
1NHLHMIN,   H. C
P. O. Box 23_. Telephonu 178.
H.  &   M.   BIRD.
I
��T <      ,1        >tp. TO  TAKE OUT  AN	
JN0W.Sthel.meAccident insurance PoUcy
SIDEWALKS ARE SLIPPERY.     TAKE NO CHANCES.
I Represent The Railway Passengers' Company
The Oldest Company Doing Bu.lneu In This tin*.
T. Q. PROCTER
REAL   ESTATE   AGENT,  NELSON.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have 10,000 Aem
ofthe
Choicest Fr-tftt Lands la
British Colombia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one block.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,    ���    Nelsou, B. C.
The Hall Mining and Smelting
Company, Limited.
NELSON, B. O.
Purchases Lead, Copper and Dry Ores.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Notice in hereby given tbat 30 da/i after date I
intend making application to the Honorable the
Chief CommlMloDer of Landa and Works for a
tpecial license to cut and remove timber from
the following described lands, situated on the
Kkaget river:
Commenolng about -SO cbains north of tho
southeast corner of Lot 2*2, Yalo district; thence
running eust forty (40) chalnn; south 0110 hundred
and sixty {'GO) chains; west forty (40) chains;
nor'h one hundred and sixty (IW) chains, to
place of commencement.
Dated October 15th, 1U06. I). H. Telford.
Thlrtv da*s after dale 1 Intend to apply to tbo
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Landsand Works,
Victoria, for a si-c'lai licence to cut and i*a*iy
away timber from the following tract of land,
situated on the N. .. t*. railway, in the West
Kootenay district: Commencing at a post planted near the N. K corner of A. it. Flugland's
timber claim, thence westftOchalns, theuce nortii
80 chains, thence e*st HO chains, thenco south HO
chains to point of commencement.
NOV. 6th, 1906, 1'. J. (iAILK)HER
A* McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries.
Hatter, Egga.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.     ..
PErT��� $1*50
UPWARDS
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
"Hatton" mineral claim, situated in tho Nelson
Mining Division of West Kootenay district.
Where located:���On Toad mountain.
lake Notice that I, John McLatchle acting as
agent [or Ueorg-*- A. Campbell, Free Miner's Cor-
tincatti No. h"u77, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the M iuing Becorder for
a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, un er
aectlon 87, must be commenced before thc issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 17th day of November, 190U.
John McLatchie.
Certificate of Improvement!
NOTICE
"Rpyglass" and "Globe" mineral claims, situate
ln Trout I-ake Mining Division.
Located on Poplar creek.
Tade Notice that I, Hrm-o White acting as
agent for the Hnyglass Mining > o.. Free Miners'
Certificate No 11 M4.1>, Inteud. CO days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for
a Curtiflcalt- of Improvements for the piirpost- of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above* claims.
Aud further take notice that action, iiinlf-r
���Section 'in, must be commenced before lhe issuance of such Certlfleatu of Improvement)*..
Dated _iuii October, 1W6. nm-cie White.
NELSON ASSESSMENT DISTRICT
Notice iff hereby given that a court of Revision
and Appe-fil, under the provisions of tho "As ess-
nii'iit Act," .��_.," mi'l Amending Acts, aud the
"Public Schools Act" will ha hold in the court
house, In the Citv of Nelson, on Thursday, December *<nth, 190G, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, for the Nelson Assessment _l.trlel, and
the Hume School District, Vmlr School District,
Salmo cell ool District, and Creston School District, contained therein.
R'BEHT SCOTr I.ENNIB,
Judge of Court of Revision and Appeal.
Dated ut Nelson, B.C.,
this 4th day of December, 1!W6.
A collection of all tlie Latest
Shapes and, Sizes.   A free
smoking and most satisfactory'pipe.
W. cA. THURMaAN,
Tobacconist.   Baker Street.
(?
West Transfer Co.
GEORGE F, MOTION. Haufn.
General Teimstors and Dealers in
Ooal and Woo..   Express and
Baggage Transfer
AGENTS FOR fflTERIAL OIL 00.
WSftSTfl Office: Baker St.
.=
TESDER5 WANTED FOR THE PUR.
CHASE Of A MINERAL CLAD!.
NOTICE
. KUN1NU AND lillAFTINii .-arvlullv attend-
oil to. Apply
1IAKHY WILLIAMS,
Hllvor Kllill Hntol.
REMOVAL NOTICE
On and after December 1st my heating and
plumbing buslnoss will bo located In my new
shop, two doors east of opera house, on Victoria
trcut.
Tel. ISI.     S. A. WYE
Tenders addressed to the undersigned, at hla
offlce in tie court house, In the City of Nelnon,
will be receive*-! up tl 1 the hour of 5 o'clock In
the afternoon of Thursday, January 3rd, lv-07, for
tho purchitsti of the "Uritl y Jtenr" mineral
claim. l-��it No. lu... which was declared to hn tor*
felted to the Crown at Ihe tax sale held in the
''ity of Nelson ou ihe Oth dav of November, It.*���*.">,
(or dcllu<|ucut luxes up till Juno 30th, I9u5, and
costs.
The upset price upon tlu** ssld mineral claim,
whlih locladea lhe amount of delinquent taaea ,
.ud costs at the Lime of forfeiture, with interest,
taxes whteh huvo since accrued, costs of advertising, and feu f;>r cn.wii grunt (|i*��.U0 ) ls ftO'Mt,
which Is tbe least amount inat will be considered
as a tender.
Each tcndiir must be Rccoraiwnled by nn accepted cheque for tho full amount of the tender,
pH yable to the or:lcr of the Deputy Commisaloner
of l,nnds mnl Works, at par at Victoria, B C.
Dated at Nelson, H. 0., this 30th day of November, um*.:.
ROPEHT A. RENW1CK.
Covornment Agent, Net-son, B. C.
YMIR UCENSE DISTRICT.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of tha
Iltmril nf License Commission-Mi, to be he'd in
the Chlof Coii.t-ible--i offlce, Nolson, on thu 13th
December, 1900,1 Intend to apply fo-a transfer of
ray lii-enfc for the drove Hotel, Palrvltw, Nelson,
to 0  P. Walmslev
Dated 1,'ith Nov., 1906. J W CROW,
per Wm. no8NKM . Attorney.
YMIR LICENSE DISTRICT.
No Ice Is hereby given that -at a mooting of the
Board of License Commiss'oneri, to be held In
Chief Constable's offlce, at Nelson, on 15lh Dooem-
bor, lBOti, 1 Intend to apply for a trans'er of my
hotel license for the Palace hotel, at Ymir, to
'iii ;i
���
i
\
Ali-lslbalil It Davis.
Bth November, 11X16.
MITCHKLL TAIT.
.��.  '..*.     _,^,'__ The Daily Canadian
^^^rrrj^ToS^^I L5_l__5_5___ Xmas Goods
LMBHKLL.AS PURSES
>iECIvI_ETS BRACELETS
RINGS made in cur own fart.-).
A-:'-?-    :-.  :���'   p :.i-: s   Hi-2  Partem  C--i
Our store  MM  fre open eve-?   evening during Oe:e-i&e-.
J. O. PATENAUDE
WATVHMilKsi
��� Chocolates
OUR SPECIAL LEADER
J Ib. box   -   50c
1-2 lb. box-   30c
Longhursfs
p- ���.-.-��� :' Ea.;. ;i
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A rwsarr. foaad tlus    itwnsoon    ia
Imm at tlw Cin��Ai   Vrve   *   h***
..ini. uo i>��aer -: The C.M.ti��ii
onrtc..
*t FVUvN R M.cK.au. of
Grv��ovood ow in lasi a_Hii with a
pilMMI i named FUnnigin   M
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Tbe pulpit of St. Paals disr.
X i^caps.d tomorrow manias b) VM/i
���A    Badndar;  in Ui eereaing. by ta*
pastor. R��t. J. T. Fnsasoa.
The  s.s axuaiag meditatJoa
at tae Bapus: cittrtii toawrrow will t��e
-me DM. al tie Saints.-   The erea-
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l.��rl\   li��r
Ne��*  Pruits,
Nuts, Fijis.
Ptiisins,
Currtints,
Ctinclies, Etc.
I   HAVE   A   COMPLETE   STOCK   Of
XMAS   GOODS      COME
AND SEE.
Cm A* Benedict
Corner Silica aai Jose^ae St..
The aseatbers o; tt<  Rcssciaa Ospeia
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was adm~t��sib4e.    Th? eaaasmatkfi
._    r.fii-..-a: will he maaaMii
*.._;i:
DOLLS
lr ysao wis*. -    -
best dot! to be had. for tae price too
pax. ran ifcoaM
MAKE IT A POINT
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THIS   FACT   INTERESTS   YOU   b
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AND
t-e u. -j tt y:. :' 1-:  .:::!���!   --:* :
Pr.:c Rim ircin 2x :���: 513.00
OUR ��!i_C  DOLL
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coaae la to tooA an?acd.  whetler yoa
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T- (    -   -:���   n  :  -: -   ;���:::
v.: ~��n K,
H,,\*    Ahsssit   > our
Guns tind
Ammunition?
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Loaded Shot Shells
Rifle and Pistol Cartridges
.-..-   \V.".i::-..-. Bella,
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V.1 QUI SATE YOU ____
Nelson Hardware Co.
H��x  t.ai        Nelson, B. 6>
Sherman's Opera House
ONE  NIGHT OSL-t
Saturday, Dec.  8th
RE*i,RS   ESGAGEMEN"
OUT IN IDAHO
A  True  Weatern  Pi,
The aaaagsemaA of   the    o
s       fao any person producing aa
oalUw or aabrokea  hone tt  ue r.\
hibiUoo Groaads on    Satarda-
���oon at 2:W which Idaho Jac��
Price*. 5ec T5c a^.J |1.��
Plan a; Ratierford 5 Saturday
FOUR   NIGHTS
W. G. Thomson
mmt   Neliou. B.C.
Phwws ,V4.
Commencing Monday Dec. J 0
THE ROSCIAN OPERA
COMPANY.
Mflmday���J.;;-s?f:.-Girofla.
. .rr u> ���K-.ratess of Penxaacv
. .   - ::._...;���::.
-
Prices���He   Tic  ��:
Pii_ ill s Satarday.
The  Cafe  IT���11      ��is   ::....���:   as
_:;_-.   a::-:   :::-*  -   :.-."_;   ::_:     :   ���
two Says.   The OM Maids  Cooieatwo
��a-  .Tei ~L.?r-.  i.ecrsi::.    .-s     ;:-_.'.
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::.:_-   - :_ :-?���   ;:       -- -    .   ���        ��� --
was wee  . .   Mrs   V.    .-..
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TWO  NIGHTS���
Csr=oang Friur. Dcccmbc Uth
izi Situriiv Eunice.
_J1 members
: to attesd: ali others tn
Trains *na Boats.
Craw boat���Hoar aad a half late.
Coast a-ui Siocaa train���On lime.
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K ��� WO,   Ha^a.ement
Nelson-Bruce Company.
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j  Sin      ���      - '  '���
aae
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Price*���Soc.   1x.  tl.bO.
Plan at RatherforJ s Tharsday. Uecem-
ber IJ.
The Store of Quality
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OflNAHAIii
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lo**   Xm__-��  TraiW. ��r
5_asrvi.-:. C-ax.'- 3_i: T;_  T^. ::.   i -    /
Pure Ontario Honey
5 Pound Cams     90c
��0 Pocnd Cans $1.75
SAL ADA
TEA
40 Cents per Pound
la miu Co etaar ont this tine
aa am ndaaac tha pree u*
Ml We cciy hare a Hmtnil
.zis.:i\j a-.si.-_;; j
_ur _! ys.x; wa_t: aay
J. A. IR\TNG & CO. Rob.M.Hood&Co.
Munroe & Ncbon
MMAMrVNAAAA^Ar^MrM^
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Fruit
Cakes
Otic Yttc
Fra* Ci.ts
We make them iu all - KS
.-.nd designs
Choquette Bros.
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K. W   C   Block     P*aoae 10
Old Curiosity Shop
[; y:.; wa_.: to  *^y or f^i   a^r*.-__5
go to tie OM Otnasi:y Shoe-   A ae*
t - :' .'lraa-*-: .-".-.rsi; z.-v ,.-c sa.^   a;.
..ii.   of   r_xa..-war_  tz.   tcxl.    P*i-
Sfetj Ye.. C-tftsrm.i,^ Praans
;t E'lmmioc Eiprts. Cctntii"
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NEW   CASH   STORE ���
BARGAINS TODAY       J
.���..AND MONDAY t
BLACK    SATEEN    WAISTS
sast for 	
tad I.
m   ���    t��ey
 rxb
FLANNELET-E   BLOCSES���a ��� ���: u.s- l'  S*. M aa.! JI 25     Cfwict
'���-  75c and J1_0
SILK   BlOLSES���What  are left la the iot goiag at half the cost .
 _U��.  S3_0 and *i00
SUITS   AND    READV.TC-V.tAR  SKIR-S-'
 ttJOO. ��3J0 and S&jOO
LADIES'  AND CHILDREN'S  LNDERWEAR.     mostly     drawers,     at
LESS   THAN   COST.
JACKETS.   V  : - - ONE-HALF Ota r^i-;:ir pnevs
100  YARDS  FANCY  CASH*.ERETTES  for  ladies   waists  or chil-
-   "    '.;���-      C��t  to   '0c a  yard
���   YARDS   HEAVY   FANCY   FLANNELETTE   .'or     la.i!_i      lmm��|.
-'*'"*- - Cut  U  lie I   ,ii-z
BARGAINS IN REMNANTS
Sl-K .     -.   i     HALC   ���_-    --*���-...:     :.,;.;-.
mk a yard.
LADIES   TRIMMED HATS 11  lfi* thaa cwrt   Cha.ce. I*_c
KERR & CO.
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Something    Nethersole Bracelets
For the Baby ������
THE  VERY  LATEST.
$1.00 Each
J. J. WALKER
Watchmaker Jeweler Optician
Telephone AAA.
Starkey & Co., St_S"
Wholeatfiie Provlalona,
innipeg.
Produce,
Fruit.
Dc-miniou Gorerainent Creamery One-Pound Bhrks re��ytr.-.i w,^*kir frith
from the .hum    For sale by all ieadinK (rrocere
Office and warehonw: Uonaton Block,   Phon* T.��
Josephine Street.       -       -       -       Nelson, B. C.
KOOTENAY ENGINEERING WORKS
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS.
msrra.Tiaiit? or thi crawfokis
AE&1AL T&AMWAY
Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty
Sheetmeul Wort, (.'aatinp.. Builder.  Material and Minint; and Ms:; Uarlsioer?
Office an-i Worka Poo' of Park 81.
B. C. TRAVIS
I'M.MIO        i<>^.
-MANAtJIik.
htotoon, ii, c.
A Word to the Wise
Thi.** year _N h-AT*** apprtciAttil th��- %*��_t- of oor��
*tomer> aod dato p__w_i mt" -i-tork :c-
Good Cheer Art Base Burner
Thi.. turf* \* adapted for hard cool o__7, and u par-
ant-^ed to ^ire saiis-factiou.
J. H- Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.
NELSON   IRON   WORKS
B   A.   ISAAC
ENQINEER8   AND   COMHACTOW8
POU.NDER8 AND
MACMUNliSTS
R.  W.   HINTOM
M��pfi,rl���a end Jabhlne esstuuud _ tths [tanntttcli     MttMMt Metal
Work, Mi.sl.si n,,d  Mill  Macl.lnerj.      M.i,,,,.m.i s. ,:r. ,,l
Or*  Catra,  14.  le.   CimractnrH1   Gmrm.
NELSON,    B. C.
:-.;.;.
H��_i��iti _*__-�� men.
\^'o���*r*cln���g m��*n,
j    >\a��ti in JfM nt fir-*:.
Spo*rtir*i|c rrtwn,
|   HandiHjm* men,
-tcf-i that'M full of fii*~v
DHOS and Bnp  that   th--   ::: > riaiwn.- rf
John T. Pjem. are the pn ���{.*** rihiDK
Mv Us. fall riiip__r_nt ha* ;oy. f.mv_. S��
thetsi mad plarv joar otd��T eariv .. r Xuiw-n*
JOHrS T. PIERRE, Artistic T��ilor_
OVERCOATS.
i*^K*-
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���2Ms_'
**.*_.
All Sizes 351044
Now is ti- Sam
to bay J     '
Winter 1 irenMl
All Prices from $10 to $30
J. A. giLker
^M&*��:m*Mms��&gm*
A.G. LAMBERT <S_ CO*
RS Lumber, Shingles,
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Windows.
Turned Work and Bruekata. Mail Orvkrs pr---*--
VEH>ON STREET   -   -   ���   >GUH)s>. B. C
.sdrdW.
CITV OF CRANBROOK
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NOnCE OF COURT OF RETEBOH
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TK-> .MX-  M   Kt>UJrrs.
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a��w.  o_a
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BTOTiG SLIPPERS
1 -. ....
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O. E. FORD. Aftr.
THE ROYAL
j. .f3Br��" t "... rn:e*:
Kootenay Ranges
_,
Why do arc l-i andla tt>�� Fam.ua KooMna) R*"9*'
atcauae we canrot pretur. a better. "k"'9 'd'orice
w��nt ieai.n. worKmarwhip. cook.n. Qualities Jn��P
We will ba pleaaed to ahow you ita ��c_d c,-"1ts*        ,
Wood-Vallance Hatdware Co'y
NEIJSON.
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