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Array its Bottled at
The Soring
HALCYON LITHIA WATER. Nothing
so bracing and invigorating.
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THE   DALLY  CANADIAN
Will  be delivered    every evening    at
your door for
HO   CBNT8  A   MONTH
H.UMK 2.    No. 118
NIVERSITY CLUB
Discussion of Principles
of Socialism
MANY FALLACIES
ulysis by A. L. McKillop���Comments From Many Different
Points of View.
������.,.!  ir;   'lull's adjourned  DO-
I ia hi I.I In tba City hall
y i he member, present
C  M   Fraser, president. Rev. J.
,.   \   I.   MoKUlop, HVv. K. II.
| |gr    ] "inr. in    K. ('. Arthur
ij it j   Clark     Among the  rt-lton
.     \!   |*iri���,r. Miss MolTall, J.
,   ,   m tone, it. IL Macdonald,
k ii..-'ir. J. ii. Math-son, J.  W.
|oti       .,   Fleming, Q.   H.  l'laylc, anil
���
... r.  read and improved.
r. ported having ____-���
.   invltaUon iu Rudyard Kipling
 rr. !.' mr   111  Ir.'   given   by   the
rii, ami resd rr telegram in reply from
,'   i.niim tils Inability to
���. ui nr,   University com*
"la report at the Novum-
- me. tin-.'
A I. McKlllop then read the paper
iii. evening, "A Critical Analysis of
������ I'rirn-ii'l. ��� ni  Sclent-flo Socialism."
 I that thin is ih.-
r. nn,I discussion  makes
i:..   iiis.nsBlon that fol
J. i   Ferguson's pspe. ai the
meeting had cuuvlneed lilm
: Socialism wen* IHlle
Til.'  object  ot his  paper
II iii 'lirow n little more light on the
bjeel ir.urr  ih.   polnl  of view of OM
both ' riiilinlisi and laborer.
- ' tn, Ir.- declared, was new In
rm Inn nlil in spirit.    The Inequality
men was. one  nf  the   most  Htrlking
���- In human  history.    The dt-rt-to-
mankind nil" aristocrat uml plebeian,
servant, rich and poor, had
b l" ii opposed  by the claim for
Inrrlirv  Tin  Btruggla was as old as tba
��� in>  nnd pity whleh jnluil*
 r then quoted the lale Lord
laying:  "The time has gone
��ll'll I"  call  n   proposal   Socialistic
nr  in condemn it.    iicnce-
nh ever)  new   proposal  must   be  __���
'"'ir.'.i "n ii- merits."
''���  ii" ii examined  the  Marxian doc
U" thai labor is tin- s.iie measure <>f
Uue, uiniii ia now believed by no ono.
I- !��� nni 1     by     cnniparntlv.'
"'iny and cost ur production. Then
' ���'���' -tualan doctrine that population
"~: """ i - raster than the menus 0*
tamlned,  ami. baaed  on  It.
���' i>   ot  Hie     Iron   Law   of
-M,   Hi,ii wages musl always icpre-
" "iy ui.' coat  oi* the  laborer's
'���"I and roproduoln. his kind. lie
"'"'ll t-ai the "Iron Law "i Wages"
us �� fallacy, that, on the contrary
* ���" '��� always hlghasl where eapl<
'j"11" organisation wun umsi sfflolent
v ��" Illustration ��.r tha evolution "f
'' ll'"* save; "Suppose there are ien
oemakora in n town, each oapabla
r tnriilng um ���llu pair er slims
-"fl ti.    The nel  product Is $10.
pttallsi organltea the ton,
" ur labor and apeolallsatlon i"i-
,      "' ""* '''a produce ig or 20 pairs
L   *'���   The capitalist la able  to re-
In,' " '"waasa the earnings of the lab-
I    . -nd still ������,��� a Blll.|,|UBi   Wht, )llis
T"���: ���� BurpltwTf
wry George's    theory    thai   labor
, * ��� I'liiii it, own wages was rejected
"*��� Hlllrii mm     'i'l
fci'st  ,    ,      r-18 aowor cannot live on
Etwhn*'*  h"'v'*-"-   I'm   laborer  musl
,   ���l9hl�� Pfoduol I.i awaiting a luiy-
'       "����B lllll.-sl   |���. ,m|,| ���,���   ,,r 0_p*t_J,
['im ni"i' "" '"" 'W" ''���''���������''"I'1 Increal-
Ittris n :"''"""","l'>'' wealth. Capital
In., "' '''""" '������ self-denial nnd p! sav-
m',- ;',"..'" Ihe r''ulta ot labor."
|i ni',,'''1,'!"1' "oncluded a thoughtful
"All -non ""'",r wllh ""' ���������������������������k:
lnll"�� n'r''"""' "���''"'I'n'blze win, ihe
I'*"'in,,,,      "llK"' 1,"�� ��" 1-teUlgenoe
11,.;,';!1:";" "��� p�����n. .-���
I'""1 renuo 1 ���-������"������""'I""   Hie  ilrnlr-
,.,,'" ' ""'I mi speaker he In-
"fl. nnil ii,
lli
fiir
p"ii ri,
PVISII!
the paper for Its fairness, moderation,
breadth ami soundness.
It. J. (.'lark followed ln praise of the
paper, quoted Robert Lowe's; "We must
educate our new masters," expressed the
opinion lhat the solution for all political
and economic problems must be found
In the enlightenment of the electorate,
nnd regretted the mental attitude ot
American Socialism, Ita unconsciousness
of Ignorance, Its contempt of knowledge
ami lis denial of authority.
lieorge Fleming replied that he had
known many Ignorant university men;
still he thought education a good thing.
Judge Forln distinguished between
Anglo-Saxon Socialism aud that of the
followers of Mara which could only result In spectacles such as tho recent
congress at Stuttgart, lie denied thut
all men were tit for law-makers. Making and administering laws must he the
work uf specialist-.
lt.'v. f. H. Qraham paid a tribute to
tie- care und Studied* moderation of the
paper, Be then remari-ed that reforms
would not he wuu by Socialist votes but,
as ever In the past, by the devoted
labors of n few.
.1.   11.   Mallr.'son     thought     the   wage
question hrr.i been Ignored.
(;<���orgs Johnstone declared thai the
greed nml sel_a_nees of the capitalist
wns lh.- n.ol 'rf nil eoonomic evils and
thai they would not ba cured by the o*i-
poaitlon of the greed and selfishness of
Iii.- Soetali-t. He condemned 11 system
of education which held up the making
ot money as the first duly of man.
It IS. Macdonald agreed il.nl ihere
could lie no specitle for human ills. The
hop.' for soci.'lv lay In the regeneration
nl the Individual.
(!. II. I'layle thought lhat there wore
other useful classes in a community besides the man who labored with his
hands.
Mr McKlllop briefly closed the de-
bat. He said there could be no exact
science of politics or economics because
the Ii 11 man factor wus ever variable.
Dr. Arthur announced thai his paper
ni ih" November meeting would be on
Uie subject of 1'nlverslly Endowment.
The meeting then adjourned to Nov.
fith.
AMERICAN  LIBERATORS
San   Francisco  People  Arrested  in  Russian  Capital  Charged  With
Conspiracy.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 21.���The machinery of the American embassy wns set
in -notion this morning to secure the rolluse of Wm English Walling, of Indian-
spolls, his wife. Annie, and his slstet-ln-
law. Mrs. Hoao Strunsky, who were ar-
ii-sl.il at the Hotel de France here last
night because of their association wllh
u ban  Ol    Ibe     Finnish   Progressive
party, four of whom, Including the wife
id Pro! Ilalmburg. ol I lelscnglors university, were taken Into custody at the
same time. The Walliugs probably will
be released on condition of their leaving
Russia, Inn the examination of the
books, maniiscripls ami other documents
seized hy the police whan the Watlinge
were taken Into custody, niny delay the
release of the prisoner! for a few days.
The poll.-, accuse Mr. Walling of furnishing llnuncliil ulil in the revolutionary movement, but Ihut Is not the charge
on which he and oilier members of the
purty were arrested  last nlghl.
���'" "iIiiiiIih
ltl'V.   j
r. ii
U'clarnd a lime iln.lt  ot
''""rguson highly praised
San Francisco. Oct, I'l.���Mrs. William
Kngllsh Walllni and hir sister, Rose
Strunsky. who lire under arrest ul SI.
Petersburg, ure well known In San Finn-
claco while the) rm yean wero prominently Identified with the upper Jewish
circle! und with Socialistic movements.
Mrs. Walling, who was Anna Strunsky.
In order in equip her I'or her chosen
work, took a course lu higher Soeiullsiu
ni    Stanford   University,   she gained
prominence ns a collaborator of Jack
London lu the Kumplon Waco letters.
she wus married 10 Mr- Walling i"
London a few years ago. When aha I'll
Sun FranclSOO with her slstur, no secrecy ���s lhe objects of her trip lo I'hirope
wns attempted. It was declared in Hie
local press al lhe lime Ihut their purpose wuh to usslsl In some of the popular movement lu Russia, but that she
would eoniluel her operations from some
city outside of the Russian empire.
Preparing  for Peace.
Toklo. Oct. II.���The emperor attended the launching al Yokohama mdny of
ihe new battleship Kurunia. designed lo
ba one or ihe  si powerful vessels of
the Japanese navy.
High   Priced   Comedy.
The   Hague,  Oct,   - l-���Now  thill   Ihe
second pence conference hi a thing of
the paal Hume Interaatlng -tatlstlci have
I  addl d.   During the 127 day that
rii,' conference laated there were ;;i"
dinners given In honor- of the dalagatea.
The dlnnera coal altogether >6.a,*00,
Th.. nominal axpenaea were *8,��T0,000,
of which $l,HB,8"a wiih Hpont ror lele-
giama. . . . . . ���   I ������-���
NELSON, B. C, MONDAY, OCTOBER 20,  *907.
Provincial ljbran.
Fu*tt Cents a month
DOMINION TRADE
Big Increase Over Last
Year's Figures
CHIEFLY IN IMPORTS
Exports Shew Little Gain���General
News of the Dominion From
Ocean to Ocean.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���Foreign trade for
six months to October 1st amounted to
*:::��,GUI.155. and Increase of **!-,15G.421
over the same period a year ago. The
import trade, exclusive of coin and bullion, amounted to $191,150,720, an Increase or |21,t>89.GO-i. Export trade, exclusive of coin and bullion, amounted to
*1*f-,TM,4_t, an increase of *3,212.��SS.
Imports of coin and bullion amounted to
���:i.3;'.2,2S2 and the exports to "15,*ia5,715.
Customs revenue for the six months
totalled $:n,n51.S01, au increase of $5,-
t.55,240 over last year. , ,
Peterboro, Oct. 21.���Private Frank
Doucette, of the medical corps of A
battery, Kingston, who deserted a year
ago last August aud has since been living in Niagara Falls and lluffalo. came
to the city SaLurduy to visit his parents
and was arrested at midnight while
sleeping. Doucette said he deserted because the discipline was too strict and
lhat he could not stand life lu the" barracks He went back to Kingston wllh
an oflleer. He will have to serve his
line.' ..iii-s over again.
Owen So ud, Oct. 21.���Thos. A. Rich*
ardsou. who is wanted by the j-ollce on
a charge of bigamy and theft was arrest
ed In East I-indon yesterday. Since
lhe return of Miss Weir, a young girl
to whom Richardson wus married ln
September us James Wilson, a railway
engineer, the police have been looking
for htm. His capture was effected hy
un ailveriisement In a dally paper asking for a sawyer and saw setter to go
to a Souih American point. Among
the many replies wns one signed Thos.
Alexander, being typewritten Including
signature,   lt was suspected ns Richard-
sou *s hy his line employer, J. S. Findluy
from   whom he  slop
The ill-rest followed.
fur  lined  coat.
Toronto, Oct. 21���At the request of
Ihe provincial asylum department, W.
I).   Scott,   Dominion   superintendent   of
Immigration, bus oompleted arrangements for Uu- deportation or eleven lunatics who have been iu Canada less
than two years, of lhe eleven, nine
will he sent hack lo lhe 1'nlled Stales
and Ibe others to Kngland uml Scotland.
Hrlrlge. Oct. 21.���John A. Johnston,
who lives on the third coiicosalon of
Boott, ahOVl -VS miles from hero Is
dead from Injuria* received by his
horses running away, He wns watering lhe horses ut a pump and gol his
leg caughl lu ihf tm? when lhe horses
became frightened and bolted.
Owen Sound, Oct. 21.���A suggestion
thnt the name or the town be changed
to tho clly of Osbrooke la undor consideration.
Toronto, Oct.  21.���The Ontario ngrl-
outtural department is making inquiries ns to tho practicability of securing
freah wheat rrom Western Canada for
food   purposes  ln  this  province
Otlawa, Oct. 21.���lt has been decided
lo summon parliament for November
2Sth.
Calgary, Oct. 21.���Wm. Vice, former,
ly a well known contractor throughout
lhe west, was killed while attempting lo
cross lhe rallroal tracks last night. Vice
was climbing through cars on n siding
und leaped down in front of a west
bound freight. For the pnHl live years
he bus conducted business 111 Oulgary,
ami bus recently worked as 11 plasterer.
He will. abOUt  10 years of age.
Reglna. Ocl. 21.���Vons Hotel, bulll
early In lhe year, has been sold to
lOlininn and llriinner for $ti:i,t)l)0.
Soiirls. Oct. 21.���While out driving
Saturday, Mrs. Lindsay, wife of Palmer
Lindsay, f'. P. R. travelling engineer,
and Mrs. Kinshell, wile or Mr. KlUHhell,
a 0. P. R. bridge foreman, niel with n
serious accident nnd narrowly averted
what might have been a fatality. They
wero ...landing ou thu woat side of the
C. P. It. crossing on First avenue, waiting for a freight train to pass, when
their horse took fright and bolter across
the track In front of the train. The engine struck the hind wheel of the buggy,
smashing the vehicle and throwing the
two ladles about ten feet In the air,
landing them ln the ditch. The horse
then tramped over the ladies. Dr. Ferguson was promptly on hand and had
them removed to their houses on the
corner of First avenue and Third street,
when upon examination it was found
that Mrs. Lindsay had her leg fractured
in two places and was otherwise injured. Mrs. Kinshell escaped witb a few
bruises and a slight cut on the face.
Winnipeg, Oct. 21.���The hay sheds at
the C. P. R. stock yards at Moose Jaw
are burned  to the ground.
Winnipeg, Oct. 21.���George A. Pense,
Saskatchewan, will net 112,000 from bis
crop.
Calgary, Oct. 21.���The voters' lists for
1907 give the city a voting i>opulation of
5,336.
Macleod, Oct. 21.���Ceo. A. Gonln. one
of the pioneers, was shot and killed by
accident while hunting ducks with
friends.
Calgary, Oct. 21.���The druggists of
Calgary have decided to Inaugurate the
cash system in Calgary drug stores.
Regina, Oct. 21.���The labor men have
decided to organize a branch of the
Canadian Labor party, and place candidates ln the Held.
Montreal, Oct. 21.���Michael Scanlon.
one of the best known shipping men of
the port of Montreal, died yesterday,
aged 67 years.
Montreal, Oct. 21���The North American Wrecking Company. Limited, have
finally decided to sell the steamship
Bavarian aa she now lies at Point lx* "is,
Quebec. It is understood that American
engineers who have recently examined
the ship believe that she can be cut ln
two somewhut similar to the C. P. R.
boat "*Keewatin" which was recently tn
the dry dock at Quebec for that purpose.
The ship will be sold by auction before
the close of navigation and even if she
ls scrapped it is believed that she would
realize for this purpose over $125,000.
Ottuwa, Oct. 21.���The trade and commerce department ls advised by Lord
Slrathcona to urge coach and carriage
builders to make an exhibit of light carriages and buggies at the Franco-Rritlsli
exhibition In London next year. An-ln-
ternational horse show and Olympic
games will be held at the same time.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���The labor department has heen advised that the dispute
between the miners and the oompany
at Hosmer has been satisfactorily Bet-
tied. The striking miners at Spring
mil. n. s., huve nun lied the department
that they will return to work this week
If a new board of conciliation under the
Lemleux be appointed to Investigate
rates for local stone work, which is in
dispute still. The department has replied thai the new board will be appointed after the men return to work, provided that It is found that the issues Involved ure not Identical wllh those ul-
ready considered und ou which the
award lu made.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���Sir Frederick Uorden left tin" morning for llcllevllle,
where he lays the corner stono of a new
drill hall. He goes to Hamilton tomorrow
to attend Ihe unveiling of a monument
at Stony Creek. Hon. Q. P. Oraham goes
to Arthur tonight to tuke purl In the
in.iiiln.iilon in North Wellington tomorrow.    He    will    take  part  in  thu  Fast
Northumberland   campaign ut Colburn
on Thursday.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���Ron. R. Lemleux
will probably he absent in Japan for six
months. Ho will return to Canada Tin
England.
Ottawa. Oct. 21.���-There was an Informal luncheon and dinner yesterday
at Government House In honor of Rod
yard  Kipling.      Sir    Wilfrid  nnd Lady
Laurler, sir Charles ami Lady Fitzpat-
rlck and Mayor Cnsgruln and Mrs. Cas-
grain were invited.
Quebec. Oct. 21.���The provincial cub
Inet this morning appointed Sir Francis
Langllor chief JiiBtlco of the superior
court of Quebec, and Justice Nupoleon.
chairman of lhe suporlor court of tbe
Richelieu district-, as a royal comrission
to enquire into the charges mnde by
Henry Ilourassa. M. P. nnd his friends,
against Hon. MessrB. Turgeon, Provost
und others as a result of charges of
graft by Huron Lupine. The commission
has full power lo go thnriuiirhly Into thu
mutter aud sill It lo tho bottom.
FRUIT MEN MEET
Big Gathering To Be Held
in December
CONVENTION AOBBESSES
Horticulturists of British Columbia
and of   Four  States   Will
Gather in Vancouver,
The animal convention of the Northweat Fruft Growers' Association will be
held this year in Vancouver on Dec. 4th,
5th and Gth. Maxwell Smith is secretary
and is addressing appeals to local associations urging a large attendance, for
which arrangements have been made as
follows.
The following rales obtained from the
various trauaportation companies have
been granted on the basis of a minimum attendance of Oue Hundred. fJut
as we have assurances from the various fruit growing districts in the territory covered by the association that
the total attendance will be upwards of
five hundered, alt persons attending the
Fifteenth Annual International Convention of The Northwest Fruit Growers'
Association at Vancouver, 13. C., may
rely on getting the return rates quoted
below if they are careful to comply with
the terms. In all cases delegatus must
buy first-class one-way tickets to Vancouver, B. C, and secure from the agent
at starting poiut a Certificate-Receipt.
Delegates from points on the Oregon
Railroad & Navigation Company lines,
and the Oregon Short Line Railway
will require to purchase local tickets
to Portland and from Portland to starting point. Some agents may not be
aware that special rates are being made
for tills convention, but delegates
should insist on getting a separate receipt for each ticket immediately on
arrival at the convention, in order that
they may be properly filled out andsign-
ed and the attendance certified to. On
presenilation of curtificates, properly
filled out and signed by the secretary,
to the agent of the company over whose
lines the delegate reaches Vancouver,
Return Tickets will be issued: to all
points ou tlie Canadian Puciflc Railway
in Hritish Columbia Free; to all points
on the Great Northern Railway, and the
Northern Pacific Railway, Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company's blues.
Oregon Short Line Railroad, Southern
Pacific Railway and Washington & Columbia River Railway, in Washington,
Oregon, Idaho and Utah, at One-Third
of one Fl,rst Class Fare. In other
words, the rate over United States lines
in One-and-One-Thlrd Fare, and over
the Caudluu Pacific Rullway, One Fare
for  round  trip.
Tho convention will be open to the
public on December 4th, Oth and Gth,
and meetings of the executive will be
held at 4 p. in., December -lid, aud 10
a. in., December 7th. One-wuy tickets
for the going t*'-l> niay be purchased
only from November SOU) to December
7th, Inclusive, and return tickets must
bo Bocured on or berore December 11th
Vancouver may be reached from Seattle
over tlie Great Northern Railway, Northern Pacific Railway, or C. P. R.
Steamers, via Victoria.
Maxwell   Smith,   Secretary.
Approved by:
K. J. Coyle, A. G. P. A., C. P. Uy.
Mm. McMurray, G. P. A., O. R. & N.
Rya.
A. D. Charlton, A. G. P. A.. N. P. &
VV. and  C.  R.  Rys.
\V\ A. Ross. A. G. P. A., G. N. Ry.
D. K. Hurley, G. P. A., O. S. L. Ry.
Among the Canadian contributors to
tlu> programme will ho Prof. W. T. Ma-
finin,   Dr.   Fletcher,   J.   W.   Cockle,   of
KaRlo. T. A. Slmrpe, of Agtisslz, ami T.
W. Stirling, of Kelowna.    The Qelegat-M
will  be welcomed by  Premier McHride.
Hon.   R.  G.  Tatlow and   the  mayor  of
Vancouver.
SCIENTIFIC    STEALING.
Art   Treasures    Stolen     From     French
Churches for America.
Limoges. France, Oct. 21.���An tome
Thomas, the Frenchman who conducted
tho series of thefts of religious worku
of art from churches In I'ranre. tin*
discovery of which a fortnight ago
aroused such astonish ment throughout
this country, has written a letter to Hie
judge by whom lie will be examined today detailing  thu extent of his  thefts.
disclosing the names of bis accomplices,
furnishing dates, and Indicating witnesses. He tells the magistrate also
that he threw the eucharistic dove, one
of the missing treasures, into the River
Seine near the Pont des Arts, the day
before he surrendered. The examining magistrate has received from London a package from an unknown sender
containing tlie statue stolen from the
church at Sauvetat. Thomas has declared that he received a commission
of $600 for this statue which subsequently was said to have been sold in the
United Stales by a Paris dealer.
SASKATCHEWAN'S   CUP.
Prize Awarded at Nelson Fair Exhibited
in  Regina.
Capt. McMorrls, secretary of the Agri-
cultual society, has received the following letter from the premier of Saskatchewan:
Dear Sir:���With further reference to
the silver cup awarded by your association as a prize for the fuit exhibit made
by Mr. Jos. Klllough, of Pense, Sask., I
beg to state that after a conversation
I had with Mr. Killough we decided to
place the cup in the care of thu Hon.
W. R. Motherwell, commissioned of agriculture tn the Saskatchewan government. The cup will be kept on public-
exhibition for a short time, and will then
be placed in the vault of the agricultural
department until you notify Mr. Motherwell next year of the date for its return
to you,
I may remark lhat the cup is a very
handsome one, and Mr. Killough is both
pleased und proud over his success with
his first fruit exhibit. I have no doubt
but the action of your association wilt
do a great deal to stimulate interest lo
fruit growiug ull over the west.
Very sincerely yours,
WALT1IR SCOTT.
BEGINNING OF APPEAL
Standard   Oil   Company   Preparing   for
Next Step in Litigation to Follow
Landis Fine.
Chicago, Oct. 21.���The Inter-Ocean
says today: "Plans for the tremendous
effort that will be made by the attorneys
for the Standard Oil company to hnve
the $11.1.240,000 fine imposed by Judge
Landis wiped out by the United States
circuit of appeals were discussed yesterday.
"Twenty-flve main points, each one of
whlck, tbe attorneys will argue, is sutfi-
cient to have the record breaking fine
declared void will be advanced when
tho case comes to trial. The principal
arguments will be:L That the government attorneys failed to inform the defence of the Alton immunity agreement.
2. That the Elkln Act under which the
conviction was secured was unconstitutional. 2. That as the Hepburn Act was
passed before the indictments were returned, prosecution under the provisions
of the Flktns law was illegal. 4. That
Judge Landis did not compute tho number or violations correctly. 5. That cer-
tuln evidence should not bav.i been admitted. 6. That the Staadu.d Oil rrm
pany accepted the rates ��.n .'Uustlo'i wi-h
tho underatandlng thut they were authorized rates.
A copy of the bill has been given to
the United Suites district attorney and
special assistant District Attorneys
Wilkinson und Purkin, who will this
week begin their study nf the documents
and make their preparations to combat
the arguments advanced. The bill will
not be filed in the court of appeals, however, beforo Docemher.
Emperor Improving.
Vienna, Oct. 21.���Fmperor Francis
Joseph has passed a slightly better
night. His doctors again administered u
soporific, enabling the patient to have
suflleient sleep nnd less coughing. The
Archduchess Maria Valeria, second
daughter of the emperor nnd wife of
Archduke Francis Salvador, visited His
Majesty In the forenoon. During the
whole of Sunday there was a continuous
procession of people from Vienna to
Scho-Mibrunn castle, where the emperor
Is staying.
Ballooning in France.
St. Cloud, France, Oct 2L���Four bal-
loous sailed uwuy from here yesterday iu the regular autumn competition
of the Aero Club of France. r_uch competitor before starting handed to the
secretary of the club a aeuled envelope
in which was the name of the piuce
where he propimod to land. The winner
will be tlie man who comes nearest to
his objective point. A number of prominent men tn aerial navigation. Including Lieut. Frank Luhmony came hero
from Purls to witness the start.
IRISH Al^ PEACE
Warring Factinns Again
United
EVEN O'BRIEN IN LINE
Prelates and laymen Accept Leadership of Redmond and Sab-
scribe to Party Pledge.
Dublin, Oct. 21.���John Dillon, member
of parliament for East Mayo, who took
up bis political activities again ten days
ago, continues to support John E. R<* *
mond, the leader of tie Irish Party, and
his colleagues. William O'Brien, member of parliament for Cork, speaking at
Tratee yesterday, Indicated his desire to
return to the party in order to influence
the decisions during the next sessions
of the house of commons on the question
of land purchase. Mr. O'Brien said he
was ready to accept Mr. Redmond's leadership and tbe party pledge If the pledge
was made either more stringent or allowed greater latitude for Individual
politics. The archbishop of Cashel and
the bishop of Dromore, have written
letters declaring their adhesion to Mr.
Redmond's policy.
Meeting of Press Club.
Birmingham, Ala., Oct 21.���Representatives of the press clubs ln many of
the large cities of the United States and
Canada are gathering ln Birmingham to
take part in the annaual convention ot
the International League of Press Clubs,
wbicb will be ln session here during the
remainder of the week. The gathering,
from present Indications, will be the
larg.*3t and most representative ot ita
kind ever held in ' jitr-lca. Beginning
tomorrow morning business sessions
will be held dally for th* .-r*.:_-lon ot
topics of mutual interest to the writers.
A large part of the time, however, will
be given up to the entertainment of the
visitors. The programme provides for
au automobile ride about the city, a
trip to the mineral district, a reception
at the Country Club, a visit to the steel
plants at Eusley, a visit to Bessemer and
a banquet at the Hotel I lillman. At the
conclusion of the meeting in this city a
majority of the delegates will take a
trip to the Jamestown exposition, stop-
ping en route In Atlanta.
Bryan to Tour New York.
New York, Oct. 21.���William J.Bryan
will make a stumping tour of New York
state next week under the auspices of
iho New York Progressive League. The
lour will open In this city Monday night
witb a meeting ln Cooper Union.
Whether the important political announcement Mr. Bryan has announced as
forthcoming will be made next week or
reserved for a later date ls a matter In
which the polltlclaiip are displaying considerable interest.
Fair Directors.
A meeting of the directors of the
Nelson Agricultural and Industrial Aa-
ri'cl'iti.iu will be held In the secretary's
offloe, 403 linker street, on Thursday
unriHiini at M0 o'clock. A full atlend-
nucc Ib requested.
Another Earthquake.
Washington, Oct. 21.���The wail ber
bureau today announced that Its Instruments recorded an earthquake beginning
at 11 o'clock lust night and lasting i ntll
onrly this morning und that Its origin
may have been at a point east of Aus-
i nil in In the southern Indian ocean.
To Improve Upper Mississippi.
Moline, 111., Oct. 21.���Everything is In
readiness for the annual meeting of the
Upper Mississippi River Improvement
-ssociatlon, which will convene ln this
city tomorrow for a two days' session.
The meeting will be attended by delo-
itates representing nearly all the cities
and towns on the Mississippi river bo-
��� w.'.'ii St. Louis ami Minneapolis.
Race Meeting.
Baltimore, Md., Oct. 21.���A race meeting uuiler the auspices ot the Oenle-
iiien's Driving Club began today and
.ill continue until Saturday. Over fill.*
000 is being hung up for the stake
uvonta, all  of  which are  exceptionally
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KEEP YOUR
EYE ON
our stock for the New Jewelry and other
goods we are opening up almost every
day. We are exhibiting Brooches, Necklets. Pendents, Bracelets, all in new designs. The new Enamel Jewelry in
Flowers, Birds and Hugs is most attractive.
J. O. Patenaude
Sold  His  Ranch.
w. C. McLean yesterday Bold hia
ranch flown the river, 07 acres iu extent,
for $2,000.    The name of the purchaser
is withheld for the present.
-New
Novelty
Neckwear
And Belts
Fancy Chiffon and Silk
Collars with or without tabs
at, each, 50c, 75c, jJl.OO to
$3.00.
New Elastic Beaded Belts.
New Leather and Silk
Belts in all colors.
AN EARLY CHOICE IS
ALWAYS THE
BEST.
MEAGHER & CO.
COAL
Oar THURMAN MIXTURE
��
.������ J_.-_-_--.gA
���.   .utiUr.iiiiUircil   [rem  tho Qncufl   tobftCOO. mil*
ripened end di w sweetened.    It'i mfld, fuli-
flavor.--! Bii-i oool    a tobaoooyon
_OUgh1 tO try
W. <JL THURMAN,
Tobacconist.   Baker Street.
See Us
For Gocd Fruit Land
10 Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
E E. Croadsdaile & c_��*
Next  I>o--r to Mrink of Commerce.
s>***+*+**+++^\r+^
QUEEN
QGAR~STORE
BUSH & MATT HEW, Props.
HEADQTJARTBRa FOB ALL
IMPORTED    AND    DOMESTIC
CIGARS,    CIGARETTES,      TOBACCOS,   PIPES   AND   SMOK
i ERS' SUPPLIES.
J     Phone   9. P.   O.   Box  672.
*Sa\tkA*tataa\at^ee\a\a*a*a*a%a\aaaaana\aika\aeAa��4*a^
I
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils lor
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders will liml it to their ad-
vsiitiice to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
l.lmlt-u.
NOTICE.
Any man able and willing to nume
sniali 1 x patients in case of need, is requested to apply to E. C. Arthur, M. D.
city medical health officer. ���        _
BANKHI;AD    COA1.
Ill-' Best H.ir.1 Coal oil tbe market.
Bankhcad Bri-
quettea
Tin> Be-;! Domest-o Ootl.
West TransferCo.
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
...HOTEL...
Strathcona
Best  Located  Hotel  in Nelson
Under the niRiliiBi'im'nt of R, E.  Noble.
late of Toronto, Ottawa anrl
"���'lumpen.
R. R. Brown. Detroit; I. Wood anrl
wife, Winnipeg; A. W McQueen. Kara-
loops; .1. K. Drinnan. Medicine Hat; II.
H.Davidson, F. Schmitz, Toronto; EL I..
Flllery, Vancouver.
Walcroft,
A  Smith,
Jor. V��sr>-"."    ��� >-����J Word streets,
NELSON. E��. C
A. K. Morgan, 1.. Prankenbury, R,
llardy, H. B. Oilmoor, El V. Jones, .1.
\i. Collls, It. 0. llaniry. Col. Davidson,
Vancouver; w. C. Nlghlngale, W. B.
Bate, I". Schmidt, Toronto- .1. S. Shoi>-
pard, Lethbrldge; (.'. B. Bayford, A. Mil*
I. r. I). K. Tart, .1. S|icik*.'. (Irocnwnoil;
Capt Paddon, Crawford Bay; A. K
Dudgeon, Revelstoke; W. ll. ('lark. Don-
don; ->. G. Thomson, Winnipeg; Col.
Davidson, ESngland; w. Bangay, o.
White. Spokane; .1. A. .Muir, wile anil
family, Deer Park; Mrs. A. Dlnsmore,
Qrand I**-nkn: I). L, McElroy, Phoenix;
i'   !���'. Sherrln, Ainsworth,
GUAM)   CENTRAL.
li. Davidson, Rossland; J. A. Dawrie,
A il. Qoodenongh, Brie; Geo. x*ou_g, sio-
can; F. Martin, 8-Mile; A. Wilton; New
York; H. 8. Pownell, Duncan; P.O'Brien
W. Hubs, v. Cramp, Howsec; B, s.i....
I.a Plata; I' I'. PortrBOUI, Oegtna; .1. E.
Werner, J, Stewart, W. Campbell, I). Mc
Innea, A. KdcKenslo, Phoenix; C. li
B*van_ ami wife, S. Harris, I-'. Dawson,
Medlolnr liar; s. ii. Lawson, J. Bmale,
i *. Ham r. Boundary Pails; ('
\. Schmi ii>. -.'i.iii; A. Prout,
lan-. .i a. Morgan. Spokane..
QUEENS.
W. Ma-chant, Victoria; A. .1. MoCoul,
i'."in.r;    A.   .M'K.niii.'.   Blocan;   Mis.   1..
ii Young, Idaho; (;. Q. Qarette, it. M.
Douglas, **_noouverl I', Qraham, Qrand
Porks; ('. Bins, shields.
TRBMONT,
W, A. Alexander, B, II. Ker, T. s. Motion, Cranbrook; il. ll. Curran, n, I,.
Morley, Bonnlngton; T. K. Qllmour,
Pernle;   It.  H. Dangstan, Winnipeg; .1.
II. McDonald and wire, E. Clersnett und
wife, Messenger Hoy Co.; E. Grant. !���*.
lohnson, Bloc���n junction; .lames Stew.
ail. Tllol Hay; D. A. Mitchell, li. S.
.Mason. Samiini; I,. Qoldthorpe, Ontario;
\. Qarvey, Hamilton; .1. Rc-vi, D.
iteevt's. Bpoka&e,
ROYAL.
T. v. Simons, Cascade; W. n. Hods*
son, Slocan; .1. ll. Ooltaon, Winnipeg;
I. It. Mcl'liall. Calgary; T. Gordon, Alnn-
worlli; A. McarB. l'.laiiniorr'; F. Iiulman.
Kaslo.
HAHTI.ETT.
II.  I"oltrcpin, Ymlr;   David Motherly.
II. It. Will.m. si...-an.
Piano  and  Singing Lessons
Given  by  Mrs.  Winter  Every Saturday
Mm.   Winter   holds   certificate   from
Royal  Academy   for  pianoforte  playing
and   singing.     Certificate   from   Trinity
College, London, Eng., for theory of iim-
uic.   Scholarship of the I...... I.... Oon_-T-
vatoire of Music for singing and piano
playing.        Addrsaa Box 796. Nalaon.
Baptist  Services.
Services will be conducted Bunday the
2iith. l.y Mr. I). M. Thomson. Morning
ihem.' "The Madness of Religion";
evening, "How To He Saved."
Pastor at Home.
Rev. R. Newton ami Mrs. Powell will
he Al Home, ou Monday afternoon and
evening to receive tin* members "i tlm
church and congregation, at the Method's! parsonage.
Toilet
Big Sale.
Taylor & McQuarrie have a large number  of   o?ercoavu   and   fancy   vests   in
stock which they will offer for sale at
less than half price for three clays be-
winning next Monday.
Customs  Inspection.
.Messrs. C. S. Busby and W. Marclumt.
the new customs inspectors who an* to
cover the Held formerly covered by .1. S.
Clute of New Westminster, are in the
city looking over the work hero and lithe district.
University Club.
The Nelson University Clnb meets in
the city hall tonight at ���*������ o'clock. A. I..
McKlllop wil] read a paper, an analysis
of the principles of Socialism. The
usual invitation to those interested in
the objects uf the club is extended.
The   Play.
"A Messenger Hoy" drew a crowded
house last evening and some of the
audience professed to be pleased with it.
although the play, utterly worthless to
begin with, was wretchedly presented
and tbe singing was excruciating. The
company will present "Mabie Heath, or
a False Marriage" this evening.
Methodist Services.
Rev. It. Newton Powell will preach
both morning and evening in the Methodist Church. In tlie morning the children's service will be held, when there
will be a chalk talk on "Targets." In
the evening the subject will he "Jesus,
lhe Water or Life," a tweiity-Ilrst anni
\ersary sermon.
New Movement Bible Class.
The Young Men's New Movement
Bible Class of the Baptist church meet!
at 8.80 Sunday afternon. The subject
for discussion this week is "The Rise
and Fall of Nations." There will be
election of officers and discussion of the
constitution to be adopted. A short explanation of the whole movement, will
be given.
Send-Off in Revelstoke.
This week's issue of the Mail-Herald
contains an account of a farewell dance
in the armory there, given hy Company
No 6, R. M. R., tr> their serg-aatn-majar,
C. 'I- Wheeler, who has lift Revelstoke
when* he was foreman or the water
works system, to become sergeant of
police in Nelson, C. .1. Aman expressed
the regret felt at the loss of such an
etlieiejit officer who had always been a
hard worker in tin* interest of the
corps, and fell sure the Nelson corps
Would appreciate the services of a man
With as mUCh experience as Sergt.-Major
Wheeler had. both in active service nnd
The Store of Quality
Ram Lai Tea
Packed in the Gardens Where
It Is Grown���Can Be Bought for
the Same Money as a Cheaper
Tea.
We Stake Our Reputation on
the Quality and Reccommend
It to All Tea Drinkers as Absolutely the Best Value Offered.
50c per Ib.
Rob.M.Hood&Co.
K. W. C. Bloek . I'h'rm-  lt.
W.    a.    GIL.UETT
Cot-itt*t_t-toi-  and
Mulldur.
Holf RKc.it tor Un- Porto Kirn l.umltcr Co., I.trt..
rt-lHll y-inl-".    Rough *-"'. 'Ire-mud hnnlH-r, turned
Wtirlt   Hll'l   lilli'  kft'  . CllHHl   i III ll  HII'l NtllllKlf*". HHKh
tin-1  doon.     <Vnn-nt, brlelt   and   Hint!  for Hale,
Anion, hi h- grltnlcr.
Yard mul factory: Vernon Ht.- cant ot Hall
Paper
Rolls
3 ROLLS 25c.
P. v. Box |
M1I.MON,   O. <_���.
U. T-lepHons 171 ��
C. A. BENEDICT
Corner Silica and Josephine Bta.
PHONI.   7
Fine Leather
Goods
SEE   THE   RICH   DISPLAY   I*.   OUR
WINDOW.
Holiday poods are arriving and we
are showfni; some of the latest things
in   Handbags, Purse-, Cigar Cases, etc.
The productions in these goods are
richer and more beautiful than ever, and
our stock makes a particularly attractive showing, it is not too early to be
thlnldng al-out Christmas, and making
a mental note of where the tines: goods,
ami the largest variety are to be found.
W# G. Thomson
i|r0A0TB.^k!RKR���^',     Nelson, B. C.
l-lio-iv.'   .1*1-
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceri**}**.
Butter, EffKB.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.
drill work, and ail extended best wishes
for bis future success.
PERSONAL.
MukIi B. G-llmour arrived last night
and is at the  Hume.
Misr Gladys 1'Iakcmorc left for the
east this morning after a short visit to
fiiends  in   Nelson.
Alex. McQueen, the Kamloops citrar
manufacturer, i*. paying a leisurely visit
to the city and is at  the Strathcona.
Capt. Paddon, ol Crawford Bay,came
in last night, lb- says the settlement
has now a population *>f -i'i and is growing faj't.
G. M. BOBWOlth, fourth vice-presldem
of the C. P. It . arrived In the city yesterday afternoon on his private cm.
l'.anisclilTe, and lefl for the cast at 10
p. in.
.1. l) Drlnnan, or Medicine ilm. Ih In
the  city   today      While  hen*   he   met   a
couple of Nile voyagenrs of 'M-'sr.- ami
spent   nn hour  or  so  lall-ln--   ovr  old
times.
Alex,   MlTier.   of   Greenwood,   arrived
FOR   8ALt
for haix   a Nrti cin-"' Plying Moi oik Ptotui*
Itii"liit-f-* |��Ih>-liiir le full hoiiHe r\ery SVSIllng,
KfHK) b-ulnaM, Rbanna fnr riitht mim. sood
reMoni tot s--nuik.   Apply K.^W*T_iOanadUo
L08T.
btlHT A I.ADV'H I'MHI.KI.bA wttti -*nM rttnmril
liHiiille LH nl K P. Hull, on tibitil ot >:i,
Kept. Pindar pleawe rut urn lo I'arkt-r'M Km-
ploymsftl Agency nml reeeivo rewnr-l.
(i'i I.I- CHAIN, Let ween Hootrr and Vernon
Htn-etN. Hiiltnlilf reward will lit* jmM Ior ll*.
n-turii.    HoDennld <V MnHnrdy.
a POCKETBOOK oontalnlngsugiisd obsqaaoi
the Heeend Relief Mliili)-, ('oniiniiiv. p(��ynlile
Ui r.. <'. WsdS, nnd k-Uera. KlnikT kindly
leave nt No I'lm-e Inn.
TO LET
TWO Pir.HT-('l.AHH KOOMH, atesni henUsd     Ap.
piv housakasosr.8rt (int. ft. w. 0.hinok
WANTED
WANTKJJ lie Mukern the Tlon lo he Fir, Tain.
Hrmk or 1'int- will glvi* 11 o* ut" each In the
-itrliiK.   nil   Kiioil    tiinln-r.       Apply    In  Jnneph
Qanall . Caaca Is,
WANTKh -HiiHtlnn hy VumiK HeotHiiimi (initr
rled) �� lUitiK to UULk'e nnyihliifr. oxperli-need
In irmi'iTv,  wine   nnd   nplrlt  triide.     A(1<lre-.t-
D. i>, imiiv QtntAton Omoo*
A 1'AIt'INKK wllli J2.WK) tn purcUni-e n trnlt
/Htieli ni-nr Nclr-oil A good apt-enlnlton I'nrt*
ner need not '..  m lively ctiKiiK-'d on riineh.
For pirtfct-lan apply r u. proci ku
WANTKh Kleetrleinn, Knf-11-.M. newly nrnved.
WMiith -.!��� -k.ii. i. In .ir i ii i'n -i-'ti nr Klnillnr work,
A Mi. ��� ���   I    W. H., Dully  ('himoIIhii.
WANTl.ti    FiiKiiHliiiinn 2T>. wiitita aitiintloii   for
Week nr loilirer.   gooil    Hclml-ir,   lined    tn   elfler
_ loiiiine.   AddM-M D. W. ti   bally <_'anadlnn.
WATNTKb   o 1'uri'liwcH Conn ("oat, VntiU Buyur
Apply i. ti. M.,oaro Ihik ottloo.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO,
WlioIe��ale nnd   Ket��!I benlera In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on  shortest notice and
lowest price.        ETothing bat fresh and
wholesome meats and t-uppleh kept LnglOak
Mailorders receive careful attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager-
ISl?EM0W/1ED
FOR
IT5 5CE/NERY
r5BusmE5sEnERGY
AMD
HONEY!
I
Pure Ontario Honey,
5 lb. Tins,
$1.00.
J/A. IRVING & CO.
_Ti'li*iihrmi* 181.
HOUSTON BLOOK.
12 LOTS
Cleared,     cultivated,     planted
with   80  trees,  good   water,
first rate location, $700.
COMB   AND   SEIZ.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER   ST.
Rowboats and Canoes
For Sale or Hire
A-r. lit lor 'I rii..'..tl 1-sirrr. Ir.'S
mr'! I', lirliori. . sn."'-
Kln.r.1  I...I ol   Hosts It.  II. 0.
H.   I_.   LINDSAY
p,kii ni fmspliim st.      i-i  Aii-
iii   the   city   Igg.    DJghl    nnd   left    foi    lhe
Doand&i������ ihi.; morning,   ito ba   paid n
\ J  Mt     to     lhe     l.il     l-'lillice        Ding        -.-.ll'ie
working it* procegdlng under the dlrec
tion "i Tom wail.
Qeorgs c. HodgBj diHtrict manager of
the i". 0, Telephone oompany, returned
Uuri nlghl from the const srhere he baa
ii in iii,i��t sine- he lefl Nelaon to ao
oompany the local oarsmen to the ti. P,
a. a. 0. regatta ai Seattle on July 8rd
and ith, since then be has constructed
new lines nnd reorganised old onea, be
1 ween ww Weatminaterand Vancouver,
New Westminster aad Port Moody and
- vera, otht i��. He f�� glad fo gel borne
and Ih already thinking of the chances
oi landing Uie senior four:; trophy nexl
year.
Hiding   From   Fortune.
Itrnndnn,     Oct..   IH.���The     provincial
police are looking tor one -tofin Henry
Apple ton, formerly of this city und Win
nipeg. it Ih understood that there i�� u
fortune awaiting the missing man. Left
by a brother,
Sherman's Opera House
To-INight
MABELHEATH
OR
"A FALSE MARRIAGE"
PRICES:  6O0, 75c, $1.00.
CHINAWARE
Owing lo 1111 Inirri-nHlni; btl-lnau I
Hi.. r.'Kiiliir I111.-B ur DrugB and Station-
���ry we musl have more room, mill sffll
Irrrv.'  in olOM out  Bi'Vi-ral  of rjur "Biil��
Hires"     w'o oomtTHmo. with china
WARE. Our now Block Is nil ln for tin.
Xirins 1 nni.., nnil it nil gOM ln 111 om
Clearing  Out  Prices..
A vlsli lo thin iloparlment will Interest  vou.
Canada Drug& Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phone  B1
NELSON
B.  A.   ISAAC
t-MOIlNF^I-RS    AINO   CONTRACTORS
POUNDERS AIND
7VIA.CI-IUNISTS
IROIN    WORKS
R.  W.   HINTON-
vp..lrl..|r nnil .1. .1.1... .i: esveuted ^\-lth Osssspsst_li.   flhss. u-.. 1
Work, Mlnlnu ..nd MUl M��chli..r>.      M��..,ut��_turr-r. ..I        '
Ot-��   CHra,   M.   U.    _*<>ntris_tor���*   Car.. I
NELSON,    B. C.
TeLs-or.. . ,
P.0.B��il_i|
A  INECKTIE
that is fashionable and durable can _ '
bought now at a price that is lure ti
tempt you. Winter styles art bcrra
���*iown. Come quick and get the p-d.
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs galore. .��r4
ium and Heavy Weight Pajarrai ar-
Nrght Shirts at proper prices.. Parties-
lar people will be pleased with our orV
ings.
J. A. OILKER
THEREAREMANY
scribes, bring them    to the    Popular   Store.
Places to have your preicriptioni ftllfd
But to have them properly and cjrefu'ly
compounded    ot    your   phj-��ici""��i  pt-
DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 25
Poole-Longhurst Co., Ltd.
Maker ami .Josephine- Sta.
We would like to nee all our patronsoemfiDltable this wlnbtr ami In frd-rlo
do so wo have In Btoek tho Ix-at assort c-d lino of heating StOVW and cw1*-1"-
stoves  and   ranges  ever  before  presented to the public in KmHetiay.
W'e ironld be pleased tn show you our line and before mukhiJl >'our-lflr"
chase kindly gM what w-e huve to nffer.
J. H. Ashdown Hardwate
Company, Limited.
Nelson Brartn-
l-ir\C>UKUA\S
You can .-tlwaj-s j*ct what
you want in all kinds of House
I-'urnisliiugs at the
LOWEST
PRICES
Al.I-NT-***
Mason-Risch
Pianos
Buck Stoves
and Ranges
Standard Ftttnitvte Comply
Completer House Furnishers and Undertakers.
Miners'
Supplies
w.. make   ..   ��i^^/^
Oandlu.   ""
Drill      (
Hamm-rt*,   f'-tn"'1'*'*   ;.'VninK f"' ""
Sii.'Iih. BtO��� I" tMt *���*-������>'""
���iro-peetor m mlnsf.
u.t u�� s*.ipp'y *?��.
IM����U-s  in  '���'���"���  '*
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co./ Ltd.
ii/A-i..-.- ssmsss   ki-srxi Rets'1 ���
Wholesale
N13LSON it's Bottled at
The Soring
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SO   CENTS  A   MONTH
N1VERSITY CLUB
Iscussion of Principles
oi Socialism
|i MANY FALLACIES
-���As by A. L. HcKillop���Comments From Many Different
Points of View.
University  Cluh'a adjourned Oc-
| Ing was held hi the city hull
|,.',].,.  nlghl     The members present
* M  Fraser, president. Kev. J.
rguson, A   I.   McKlllop, Kev. F. 11.
, r..lln. in.  E. 0. Arthur
li  j   i kirk.    Among th.-  viMiun
.i  . r. Miss Mofl-lt, J.
,   lohnstone, H. M. Macilonalil.
|k   lleeston, .1    11.  Matheson, J-  W.
,,       i,   r  ��� mlng, <1.  11- l'layle, aud
minutes were read and approved.
reported  hating telegra-
Uon iu  lludyard Kipling
i   mi In "ir iii ba given hy the
n.l read a n legram In reply from
Kipling regretting  his  Inuhlllty to
nil.
I cretary ol the I'niveisity com*
i 'I rr report at the Novem-
|
L,  McKlllop then read the paper
I A Critical Analysis of
J ot Si r. rrlltli* Socialism."
I mai ki il that thin le the
I -       i  ri and discuBsion makes
I i br iHwc'iattlft*- that fol-
Vi Kev. J. 1 Ferguson*, paper at the
f meeting had couvlnced lilm
I etall* ol Sueialisin were little
.                    I I,.    .,t._>.-<-1   of  Ills   pap. i
I ir. throw a little inure light on the
eel from the poiut of view of one
|i ii ipltaltai and laborer.
li-   declared,   was   new   In
inn old in Kiririt.   The Inequality
| one  nl  the  most stiiklag
in iiiiinrrii history. The division
hankinrl Into aristocrat and plebeian,
ftei and aorvant, rlih and poor, hud
'ppoeed by the ctnim fnr
alii' The Btruggle was as old as the
f envy nnd pity whleh jointly
> a ���
i 'I then quoted the late Lord
������burr's saying: "The time has gone
j"l"n In call n   proposal   Socialistic
tufflclent   In condemn   it.     Hence
'���r>   new   proposal   must  be ex-
f'- I    "        D 'ills."
'���  """ examined the  Marxian doc-
' tlini lni,.,,  js (]l0 boil, measiiie of
-.', "Inrli i* n���w believed by no one.
t leterml l    hy    oomparatlve
"' cor r  of  prodnotlon.    Then
I Malthuslan doctrine thai population
1 ' iter than tha me���na ol
1 "nr. d.   nnd.  based   on   tt.
i-o'i theory  ol   the  "Iron   l.aw  or
Uiiu wagea imiBt always raptl
II '"'"I:.   lln-   ,'osi   ol   lhe   laliou rs
I""  ���������"'    lining   his   kind.      He
����"l thai lh,. - h,,,,  *,��������� ,)f  wages"
��� 'allacy, that,   on    the oontrary
always hlghesl where oapl-
I inlsatlon was most efflolent
| *' tratlon of the evolution of
1 he gave: "Suppoae than ata tap
bi a town,    each    capable
"1 Inuring out one pair of shoes
My worth ti.  The aal product is *-to.
��''< *e capitalist organlr.es  the  ten,
['-""' "I  labor and specialization fol-
'""' ""* ten produce 15 or ao pairs
111 s    The oapltallsl  Is able lo rc-
[','''" llM"- ot shoes in the consuni-
��� �� Increase the earnings of the lab-
������ "��il mill has a stirpltia.    Who lias
P*<] thai .urpluif
Wry George's     theory     Hint   lnbor
Irl.'ll   I    "S "W" waK0B WU8 rojoctf-l
'      Cul��tls.   The sower cannot live on
V1|"]:"     B"  "   :    i in   Inboror musl
1" bis product I- awaiting a buy*
rTh.r.7 '""M '"' ""i(l"", i>r -'"I'lt'ii.
"' are inn two element* Inoraat-
,  .     '"���'���"iiinhiiltiK  wealth.    Capital
"   -eailll ..I selr-ilenlai and of sav-
t-jw^* the fruit, ot labor."
I'l hil'm I """''lulled u thoughtful
V1 men        " ":''"'r >vl"' -**��� 1*'*"""k:
pis nr \""w   "ynipathlae   with the
apnrov   .   8B1 '""  "�� -1'**'!'"***-***"
��� i.,., "''' '*���" programme."
Inr, i,'!!,,,""""1*' '"���"uisslim  the chair-
l"'n.l",i'   '"''  """  "" speuker  ho  In-
I,,.,     *������ ���'"'! rli'i'h,
the paper for its fairness, moderation,
breadth and soundness.
H. J. Clark followed in praise of tlie
paper, quoted Robert Lowe's: "We must
educale our new masters," expressed the
opinion thut the solution for all political
and economic problems must be found
ln the enlightenment of the electorate,
and regretted the mental attitude of
American Socialism. Its unconsciousness
or ignorance, its contempt of knowledge
and its denial of authority.
George Fleming replied that he had
known many ignorant university men;
slill he thought education a good Ihlng.
Judge Forln distinguished between
Anglo-Saxon Socialism and that of the
followers of Marx which could only result lu spectacles such as the recent
congress at Stuttgart. He denied Ihat
all men were fit tor law-makers. Making und administering laws must be the
work or Bjieclalists.
ltev. F. H. Graham paid a tribute to
the care and studied moderation of the
paper, lie then remarked that reforms
would noi be won by Socialist votes but,
as ever In the past, hy the devoted
labors of a few.
J. H. Math���Son thought the wage
ipi.r-tion  had  b���en Ignored.
ll.urge .lohiistime declared that the
greed and sellishuess of the capitalist
was ihe toot of all economic evils and
that they would not he cured by the opposition ot the greed and selfishness of
ih.- Sodiallst. He condemned a system
Of education which held up Ihe making
of money as lhe tirst duty of man.
It M. Macdonald agreed that there
could Im* no siieclfic Ior human ills. The
hope for society lay lu the regeneration
of the Individual.
O. II. l'layle thought that there were
other useful classes In a communliy besides the man who labored with his
hands.
Mr. McKlllop briefly closed the de-
bat. He said there could be no exact
science of politics or economics because
the human factor was ever variable.
Dr. Aithur announced thai his paper
at the November meeting would be on
the subject of University Endowment.
The meeting then adjourned to Nov.
9th.
AMERICAN  LIBERATORS
San  Francisco   People  Arrested  in  Russian  Capital Charged  With
Conspiracy.
St. Petersburg. Oct. 21.���The machinery ol the American embassy was Bet
In motion this morning to Eecure the release of Wm English Walling, of Inilian-
apollB. bis wife. Annie, and his sister-in-
law, Mrs. Rose St musky, who were arrested at the Hotel du France here last
night because of their association with
members or the Finnish Progressive
party, lour or whom. Including tbe wife
or Prof. Halmburg. of llelsengfois university, were taken Into custody nt the
same time. The Walllngs probably will
be released on condition of their leaving
Hussiii, but the examination of the
books, manuscripts and other documents
seised by tha polios whan the Walllngs
were taken Into custody, may delay the
release of the prisoners for a few days.
The police a.'.'use Mr. Walling of furnishing financial aid to the revolutionary movement, hut that is not the charge
on which he and other members of the
party wen- arrested lust night.
NELSON, B. C, MONDAY, OCTOBER 20,  1907.
���Winc'si Ubrttt
Fwrr Cents a month
hired  a  time limit  of
���Kev
*��� T. By,
���gUSOIl   highly    prulBoli
Sail Francisco, Oct. 21.���Mrs William
English Walling and her sister. Rosa
Stiunsky. who are under arrest ul St.
Petersburg, are well known In Sau Francisco where they for years were prominently Identified with lhe upper Jewish
circles ami with Socialistic movements.
Mrs. Walling, who was Anna Strunsky,
In order to equip her for ber chosen
work, took a course In higher Socialism
at Stanford University. She gained
prominence   lis  a   collaborator   ol  Juck
London in the Kempton Wace letters.
She was niariled tu Mr. Walling lu
London a lew years ago. When she left
Sun Francisco With her sister, no sec-
re.v ns i In- objects of her trip to Europe '
wub attempted. It was declared In tha
local puss nt the time that their purpose was to assist In some o< the popular movement In Russia, bul that she
would conduct her operations rrom some
city outside ot the Russian empire,
Preparing for Peace.
ToklO, Oct 21���The emperor attended the launching al Yokohama today or
the new battleship Kurumu, designed lo
be one ot the most powerful vessels of
the Japanese navy.
High   Priced   Comedy.
The   Hague,   Ocl.   2 1���Now   thul   the
second   peace i ference  Is a  thing ��'f
the past seine Interesting statistics have
In en adduced. During the 12. day that
the conference lasted thero were 217
dinners given In honor of the delegate..
The  dinnerg  ooil   altogether   $".8,f00,
The  n iunl  expenses  were  M.OT0.00O,
of which ��1.125,:i��;i was s|ient for lele-
gnunB. . I ��� ������
DOMINION TRADE
Big Increase Over Last
Year's Figures
CHIEFLY IN IMPORTS
Exports Shew Little Gain���General
News of the Dominion From
Ocean to Ocean.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���Foreign trade for
six months to October 1st amounted to
*:::!2.GC1,155, and increase of '22,156.421
over the same period a year ago. The
Import trade, exclusive of coin and bullion, amounted to -191.150,720, an Increase of 121,689,608. Export trade, exclusive of coin and bullion, amounted to
$122,734.428. un Increase of $3,212,938.
Imports of coin and bullion amounted to
$3,332,282 and the exports to $5,395,715.
Customs revenue lor the six months
totalled $31,051,801, an increase of 18,-
655,240 over last year. , ,
Peterboro, Oct. 21.���Private Frank
Doucette. of the medical corps of A
battery, Kingston, who deserted a year
ago last August and has since been living in Niagara Falls and lluffalo, came
to the city Saturday to visit hiB parents
and was arrested at midnight while
sleeping. Doucette said he deserted because the discipline was too strict and
thai he could not stand life in the* barracks. He went back to Kingston with
un oIBcer. He will huve to serve hiB
three years over again.
Owen Sound, Oct. 21.���Thos. A. Richardson, who is wanted by the iiolice on
a charge of bigamy aud theft was arrested In East Ixindon yesterday. Since
the return of Miss Weir, a young girl
to whom Hicbardsou was married in
September as James Wilson, a railway
engineer, the police have been looking
for him. His capture was effected by
an advertisement in a dally paper asking for a sawyer and saw setter to go
to a South American point. Among
the many replies was one signed Thos.
Alexander, being typewritten including
signature, it was suspected as Richardson's by his late employer, J. S. Flndlay,
from whom he stole a fur lined coat.
The arrest followed.
Toronto, Oct. 21���At the request of
the provincial asylum department, W.
D. Scott, Dominion superintendent of
Immigration, has completed arrangements for the deiKirlation of eleven lunatics who have been in Canada leBs
than two years. Of the eleven, nine
will be sent back Io the United States
and Ihe others to England and Scotland.
llrldge, Oct. 21.���John A. Johnston,
who lives on tbe third concession of
Scott, about five miles from here ls
dead rrom Injuries received by his
In,rses limning away. He was watering the horses at a pump and go! his
lag caught Iii the tug when the horses
became trightsned and bolted.
Owen Sound, Oct. 21.���A suggestion
that the name or the town be changed
to the city of Osbrookc is under consideration.
Toronto, Oct. 21���The Ontario agricultural department ls making inquiries as to the practicability or securing
rresh wheat rrom Western Canada for
food  purposes  in  this  province.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���It has beeu decided
to  summon  parliament for    November
2Mb.
Calgary, Oct. 21.���Wm. Vice, formerly a well known contractor throughout
the west, wns killed while attempting to
cross the rallroal tracks last night. Vice
was climbing through cars on a siding
und leaped down ln front of a wnst
hound freight For the past live years
ha has conducted business In Calgary,
and has recti'!y worked as a plasterer.
He was ubout 40 years or age.
Reglna, Oct. 21.���Vons Hotel, built
early in tho year, has been sold to
Ehliiun unit llrunner for $63,000.
Sourls. Oct. 21.���While out driving
Saturday, Mrs. Lindsay, wile or Palmer
Lindsay, 0. P. R. travailing engineer,
nnd Mrs. Kinshell. wire or Mr. Kinshell.
a C. P. R. bridge foreman, met with a
serious accident and narrowly averted
wbal might hnve been a laLality. ,,j'
were stuudiug 'on Uie *i*;
C. P. R. crossing on First avenue, waiting for a freight train to pass, when
their horse took fright and bolter across
the track in front of the train. The engine struck the hind wheel of the buggy,
smashing the vehicle and throwing the
two ladies about Urn feet In the air,
landing them in the ditch. The horse
then tramped over the ladies. Dr. Ferguson was promptly on hand and had
them removed to their houses on the
corner of First avenue and Third street,
when upon examination it was found
that Mrs. Lindsay had her leg fractured
in two places and was otherwise injured. Mrs. Kinshell escaped with a few
bruises and a slight cut on the face.
Winnipeg, Oct. 21.���The hr.y sheds at
the C. P. R. stock yards at Moose Jaw
are burned to the ground.
Winnipeg, Oct. 21.���George A. Pense,
Saskatchewan, will net $12,000 from his
crop.
Calgary, Oct. 21.���The voters' lists for
1907 give the city a voting population of
5,335.
Macleod, Oct. 21.���Geo. A. Gouin, one
of the pioneers, was shot and killed by
accident while hunting ducks with
friends.
' Calgary, Oct. 21.���The druggists of
Calgary have decided to inaugurate the
cash system in Calgary drug stores.
Reglna, Oct. 21.���The labor men have
decided to organize a branch of the
Canadian Labor party, and place candidates in the field.
Montreal, Oct. 21.���Michael Scanlon.
one of the best known shipping men of
the port of Montreal, died yesterday,
aged 67 years.
Montreal, Oct. 21���The North American Wrecking Company, Limited, have
finally decided to sell the steamship
Bavarian as she now lies at Point Le 'is,
Quebec. It is understooi' that American
engineers who have recently examined
the ship believe that she can be cut in
two somewhat similar to the C. P. R.
boat "Keewatin" which was recently in
the dry dock at Quebec for that purpose.
The ship will be sold by auction before
the close of navigation and even If she
is scrapped it is believed that she would
realize for this purpose over $125,000.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���The trade and commerce department is advised by Lord
Rirathcona to urge coach and carriage
builders to make an exhibit of light carriages and buggies at the Franco-British
exhibition in London next year. An-in-
ternational horse show and Olympic
games will be held at the same time.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���The labor department has been advised that tlie dispute
between the miners and the company
at Hosmer has been satisfactorily settled. The striking miners at Spring
Hill, N. S., have notified the department
that they will return to work this week
if a new board of conciliation under the
Lemicux be appointed to investigate
rates lor local stone work, which is in
dispute still. The department has replied that the new bourd will he appointed alter the men return to work, provided lhat it is found that the issues involved are not identical with those already considered and ou which the
award is made.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���Sir Frederick Uorden left this morning for llcllevllle,
where he lays the coruer stone of a new
drill hall. He goes to Hamilton tomorrow
to attend the unveiling of a monument
at Stony Creek. Hon. G. P. Graham goes
to Arthur tonight to tuko part In tlie
nomination ln North Wellington tomorrow. He will take part ln the Kast
Northumberland campaign at Colburn
on Thursday.
Ottawa, Oct. 21.���Ron. R. Lemleux
will probably be absent in Japan for six
months. He will return to Canada "via
England.
Ottawa. Oct. 21.���There was an informal luncheon and dinner yesterday
at Government HotiBe in honor ot Rudyard Kipling. 81r Wilfrid and Lady
Laurler, Sir Charles und Lady Fitzpat
rick and Mayor Cusgraln and Mrsr Cas-
graln were Invited.
Quebec. Oct. 21.���The provincial cab
Inet this morning appointed Sir Francis
Laugller chief justice of the superior
court of Quebec, and Justice Napoleon,
chairman of the superior court of the
Richelieu districts, as a royal cdmriSBinn
to enquire Into -the charges made by
Henry Rournssa. M. P. and his friends,
uguinst Hon. Messrs. Turgeon, Prevost
and others as .a result of charges of
graft hy Huron Lcpino. The commission
Ihib full power to gn thoroughly Into tho
matter and sift il to the bottom.
FRUIT MEN MEET
Big Gathering To Be Held
in December
CBNVENTIBN ADBBESSES
Horticalturtsts of British Columbia
and of   Four  States   Will
Gather in Vancouver*
The animal convention of the Northwest Fruit Growers' Association will be
held this year in Vancouver on Dec. 4th,
5th and 6th. Maxwell Smin. is secretary
and is addressing appeals to local associations urging a large attendab*-*e, for
which arrangements have been mad*? as
follows.
The following rates obtained from the
various transportation companies have
been granted on the basis of a minimum attendance of One Hundred. But
as we have assurances from the various fruit growing districts in the territory covered by the association that
the total attendance will be upwards of
five hundered, all persons attending Uie
Fifteenth Annual International Convention of The Northwest Fruit Growers'
Association at Vancouver, B. C, may
rely on getting the return rates quoted
below if they are careful to comply with
the terms. In all cases delegates must
buy first-class one-way tickets to Vancouver, B. C, and secure from the agent
at starting point a Certificate-Receipt.
Delegates from points on the Oregon
Railroad &, Navigation Company lines,
and the Oregon Short Line Railway
will require to purchase local tickets
to Portland and from Portland to starting point. Some agents may not be
aware that special rates are being made
for this convention, but delegates
should insist on getting a separate receipt for each ticket immediately on
arrival at the convention, in order that
they may be properly tilled out andsign-
ed and the attendance certified to. On
presentation of certificates, properly
filled out and signed by the secr-____ryr
to the agent of the company over whose
lines the delegate reaches Vancouver,
Return Tickets will be issued: to all
points ou the Canadian Pacific Railway
in British Columbia Free; to all points
on the Great Northern Railway, and the
Northern Pacific Railway. Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company's I_ines,
Oregon Short Line Railroad, Southern
Pacific Railway aud Washington & Columbia River Railway, In Washington,
Oregon, Idaho and Utah, at One-Third
of one First Class Fare. 'In other
words, the rate over United States lines
in One-and-One-Third Fare, and over
the Candian Pacific Railway, One Fare
for round   trip*.
The convention will bo open to the
public on December 4th, titb and Gth,
and meeting-- of the executive will be
held at 4 p. m., December 3rd, aud 10
a. in., December 7th. One-way tickets
for the going trip may be purchased
only from November 30th to December
7th, Inclusive, and return tickets must
be secured on or before December 11th.
Vancouver may be reached from Scuttle
over the Great Northern Railway, Northern Pacific Railway, or C. P. R.
Steamers, via Victoria.
Maxwell   Smith,   Secretary.
Approved by:
K. J. Coyle, A. G. P. A., C. P. Ry.
Mm. McMurray, G. P. A., O. U. & N.
Rys.
A. D. Charlton, A. G. P. A., N. P. &
W. and C. R. Rys.
\V. A.  Ross. A. G. P. A., G. N. Ry.
d. e. Barley, g. p. a., o. s. U Ry.
Among the Canadian contributors to
the programme will be Prof. W. T. Ma
coun. Dr. Fletcher, .1. W. Cockle, of
Kaslo. T. A. Sharpe, of Agasstz. and T.
W. Stirling, of Kelowna. The delegates
will be welcomed by Premier McHride.
Hon. R. G. Tatlow and the mayor of
Vancouver.
SCIENTIFIC    STEALING.
Art  Treasure*    Stolen     From     French
Churches for America.
Limoges. France, Oct. 21.���Antotne
Thomas, the Frenchman who conducted
the series of thefts of religious works
of art from churches in France, the
discovery of which a fortnight ago
aroused BUCh astonish men t throughout
this couniry, has written a lo(ter to the
judge by whom he will be examined today detailing the extent of his  thefts,
disclosing the names of his accomplices,
furnishing dates, and indicating witnesses. He tells the magistrate also
that be threw the eucharistic dove, one
of the missing treasures, into the River
Seine near the Pont des Arts, the day
before he surrendered. The examining magistrate has received from London a package from an unknown sender
containing the statue stolen from the
church at Sauvetat. Thomas has declared that he received a commission
of $600 for this statue which subsequently was said to have been sold In the
United States by a Paris dealer.
SASKATCHEWAN'S   CUP.
Prize Awarded at Nelson Fair Exhibited
in  Regina.
Capt. McMorrls, secretary of the Agri-
cuitual society, has received the following letter from the premier of Saskatchewan:
Dear Sir:���With further reference to
the silver cup awarded by your association as a prize for the fuit exhibit made
by Mr. Jos. Kiliough, of Pense, Sask., I
beg to state thut after a conversation
I had with Mr. Kiliough we decided to
place the cup in the care of the Hon.
W. R. Motherwell, commissioned of agriculture in the Saskatchewan government The cup will be kept on public
exhIbit*M.__ for a short time, and will then
be placed ir. the vault of the agricultural
department -until you notify Mr. Motherwell next year ot the date for its return
to you.
I may rem-uk thtf the cup is a very
handsome one, and M. Kiliough is both
pleased and proud over bis success with
his first fruit exhibit; I ii-vc no doubt
but the action of your association will
do a great deal to stimulate inerest in
fruit growing all over the wesL
Very sincerely  yours,
WALTER SCOTT,
BEG1NNIN6 OF APPEAL
Standard   Oil   Company   Preparing   for
Next Step in Litigation to Follow
Landis Fine.
Chicago, ' Oct. 21.���The Inter-Ocean
says today: "Plans for the tremendous
effort that will be made hy the attorneys
for the Standard Oil company to have
the $29,240,000 tine imposed by Judge
Landis wiped out by the United States
circuit oa*���top���all were discussed yesterday.
"Twenty-five main points, each one of
which, the attorneys will argue, is sufficient to have tbe record breaking fine
declared void will be advanced when
the case comes to trial. The principal
arguments will be:l. That the government attorneys failed to inform the defence of the Alton immunity agreement.
2. That the Elkin Act under which the
conviction was Becured was unconstitutional. 2. That as the Hepburn Act was
passed before the indictments were returned, prosecution under the provi-uons
of the Klklns law was Illegal. 4. That
Judge Landis did not compute the number in* violations correctly. 5. That certain evidence should not Uav^ been admitted. 6. That the Staada.d Oil rrm-
puny accepted the rntes '.n '-ui'Htlo'i wiih
the understanding that they were authorized rates
A copy of the bill has heen given to
the United States district attorney and
special assistant District Attornt yr-
Wllklnson and I'arkin, who will this
week begin their study of thn documents
nnd muku their preparations to combat
the arguments advanced. The bill will
not be filed ln the abort of appeals, however, before December.
Emperor Improving.
Vienna, Oct. 21.���Emperor Francis
Joseph has passed a slightly better
night. His doctors again administered a
soporific, enabling the patient to have
sufficient sleep nnd loss coughing. The
Archduchess Maria Valeria, second
daughter of the emperor and wife of
Archduke Francis Salvador, visited ills
Majesty in the forenoon. During the
whole of Sunday there was a continuous
procession of people from Vienna to
Schoenbrunn caatle, where the emperor
Is staying.
Ballooning in France.
St. Cloud, France, Oct 21.���Four balloons sulled away from here yesterday in the regular autumn competition
of the Aero Club of France. Each competitor before starting handed to the
secretary of the club a sealed envelope
in which was the name of the place
where ho proposed to land. The winner
will be the man who comes nearest to
his objective poiut. A number of prominent men ln aerial navigation. Including Lieut. Frank Lahmony came here
from Purls to witness thu start
IRISH Al^ PEACE
Warring Faction. Again
United
EVEN O'BRIEN IN LINE
Prelates and Laymen Accept Leadership of Redmond anl Subscribe to Party Pledge.
Dublin, Oct. 21.���John Dillon, member
of parliament for East Mayo, who took
up bis political activities again tea days
ago, continues to support John E. B-* *,.-
mond, the leader of the Irish Party, and
his colleagues. William O'Brien, member of parliament for Cork, speaking at
Tralee yesterday, indicated his desire to
return to the party in order to influence
the decisions during the next sessions
of the house of commons on the question
of land purchaae. Mr. O'Brien said he
was ready to accept Mr. Redmond's leadership and the party pledge il* the pledge
was made either more stringent or allowed greater latitude for individual
politics. The archbishop of Cashel and
the bishop of Dromore, have written
letters declaring their adhesion to Mr.
Redmond's policy.
Meeting of Press Club.
Birmingham, Ala_, Oct. 21.���Representatives o�� the press clubs in many of
the large cities of the United States and
'--i.radii are gathering in Birmingham to
take pai* jn the annaual convention of
the InternatUnal League of Press Clubs,
which will be In -session hero daring the
remainder of the ��_ek. The gathering,
from present indit-Uons, will be the
largest and most re*-esentatlve of its
kind ever held in Amen_*. Beginning
tomorrow morning lnisln��ss ���v-siona
will be held daily for the discussion of
topics of mutual interest to the writer-".
A large part of the time, however, will
be given up to the entertainment of the
visitors. The programme provides for
an automobile ride about the city, a
trip to the mineral district, a reception
at the Country Club, a visit to the steel
plants at Bnsley, a visit to Bessemer and
a banquet at the Hotel Hillman. At the
conclusion of the meeting in this city a
majority of the delegates will take a
trip to the Jamestown exposition, stopping en route ln Atlanta.
Bryan to Tour New York.
New York, Oct. 21.���William J. Bryan
will make a stumping tour of New York
state next week under the auspices of
the New York Progressive League. The
tour will open ln this city Monday night
with a meeting in Cooper Union.
Whether the important political announcement Mr. Bryan has announced as
forthcoming will be made next week or
reserved for a later date ls a matter in
which tbe politicians are displaying con<
'irk nilili' interest.
Fair Directors.
A meeting of the directors of the
Nelson Agricultural and Industrial Association will be held in the secretary's
office, 403 Baker atreet, on Thursday
afternoon at 2.*!0 o'clock. A full attendance Is requested.
Another Earthquake.
Washington, Oct. 21.���The ws-ther
bureau today announced that its instruments recorded an earthquake beginning
at 11 o'clock last night and lasting vntil
early this morning and that Its origin
may have beeu at a point east of Am-
tralia in the southern Indian ocean.
To Improve Upper Mississippi.
Moline. 111., Oct. 21.���Everything is in
readiness for the annual meeting of the
Upper Mississippi River Improvement
Association, which will convene ln thia
city tomorrow for a two days' session.
The meeting will be attended by delegates representing marly all the elites
and towns on the Mississippi river between St. Louis and Minneapolis.
Race Meeting.
Baltimore, Mil.. Oct. 21.���A race meeting under the auspices of the Genle-
men's Driving Club began today and
will continue until Saturday. Over $10,-
000 is being hung up for the stake
events,  all  ot which are  exceptionally
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OUR NEW  STOCK OF
Clothing,    Gents'   Furnishings
and Boots and Shoes
Is beginning to arrive.
In about another week we will be able to offer full lines
iu these goods, and can promise you tlie best value ever offered in tbe city.
WE WILL TELL YOU MORE ABOUT THESE
GOODS LATER ON.
In tbe meantime it will pay you to await their   arrival
before making your purchase.
that   Ihe   law   permitting  these   tactics
should disappear from tha Btatute book."
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NELSON, B. C.
Imperial Batik of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
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The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated  A.  U.  1809.
HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL.
Capital.
.$3,900,001    Reserve Fund $4,390,000
UnexcelleH racilitieri for the transaction
of all kinds of Banking  Business.
. -CIAL ATTENTION given to the
Savings Bank Department, and
Interest creJ'ted Quarterly on
Savings Bask Accounts.
HOME SAVINGS BANKS Furnished
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
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Monday.   October  21,   1907.
PRINCE    ALBERT    ELECTION.
ii is announced thai Attorney-General
Turgeon   haa   bees  elected   for   Prince
Albert over Bradahaw, who bad .1 majority ol  1 - ii* i  'it iii.' lim-l.uli'rif'-il vim-s
mi  the day of < leSctlon.    There   svei  ,
however,  ootas   300  challenged   vote
and ��� *( them the board ot revision baa
given  t"  the  attorney-seneral  enougb
lo "count him in."   Thla waa not un' -
pentad.    The    Qualification   for  votera
there is thai the voter be a Biittab aub-
act, be 81 years ol b ���������. a boui ahold' r,
have  realded    In    the  province  for i I
I eaai a year and In the constituency . I
leaal   three   months.   Immediately   previous to itn- election.   The word   houi   -
holder is iinn* not defined Eta it  Is    i
���his provnoe,   There is not votera' tl
rVhen a voter presents blmseli to vo
r his vote is challenged by the acr
Ineer ol either candidate, It is  placi I
in an envelope to be adjudicated upon
by a board ol revlaipn.    The challengo
Is usually on the ground ol resldenoe or
of bis'being ;i householder    The chal
lenged votes were tn thia eaai   pa   ���
upon by  the  returning officer���alwayia
one of this board-���and a J, P, In thi
case  Samuel  MoLeod, J.  i\ of   fc-Tince
Albert   To see how much Justice could
Ik* i icpected rron a board ao com tltuted,
one  has only  to ix-memhtr that  the  re
turning officer is  usually  a  party   man
and  certainly   was   in   this  ease;   snd
that Samuel McLeod, ths other membei
of this board, hnd been b  very active
supporter of Attorney-General Turgeon
during the oatnpaign, had  acted as a
scrutineer for blm at one of tbe polling
places on tin- day of election; had taken
part  in TuTgeon'fl    prooesslon    ofl  the
evening of election day; ami thai he is
n l'rinco ESdward Island K-"lt���one of the
most dopandablc of that ipeoles,   Thus
com lituti-d.  thero wiih not much doubt
how tin- vote would stand at tho close
of their "dellberaUdns." It is a little
longer In the process bul ns .sale and
certain In its results as in the previous
election in this constituency, when
hundreds of votes had been cast for
tin- Grit candidate without the formality
of opening a poll.
'nn* Winnipeg Tribune, which Is independent   In politics, communis thus:
��� n may be claimed by Scott sympathizers thai there Is nothing in law to
prevent McLeod being the justice of the
peace to ati with the returning officer as
a court ot revision- but this merely
means thai there is nothing on the sta
tutes to prevent such an outrage.
"This is no douht to be explained m
the feci that the makers of tlu- law
under which this court of revision is
constituted had a higher opinion of the
decencj ol humanity Hum to deem it
possible that a Justice of the peace
could be found who would in- so far lost
nt ail sense ol shame as to be witling to
plaj the dual role of active partisan and
member of the court of revision.
it  would  be no more objectionable,
no   more   OUtrageotlS Ol   all   decency,  for
Attorney-General   Turgeon    himself to
i It  in   McLeod's p)ac d  decide  the
i ins of those who cast tin* contested
ballots to cast them than it is for Wo-
Leod,
"iiow long will this affliction that calls
Itself a government���an affliction ihat Is
responsible for such n spectacle aa that
furnished by the Prince Albert court of
r< vision - i��" endured by the people of
Saskatchewan?
"How long will It be before the shouted protests of the crowd or spectators In
Lhe rum i. y. .-unlay, spread beyond the
four walls oi that*building, beyond the
boundaries of Prince Albert constituency
and sweep over the Whole province in a
more violent form?
"Law in this country is respected only
because it is just and justly enforced.
When the law permits such flagranl out
rages of decency as that which is the
subject of this article, and when advantage la taken of the possibilities of this
law to defy the win of the people with
the most Insulting openness, respect for
law Ih converted Into a joke nnd rOSOli
to violence dangerously invited."
Even   Iho   Mantloha   1-Yee   Press,   the
chief  Liberal organ  of  the  west,  revolts   against mi-iii   procedure  ror   in
the course of 11b com men 1h then; occurs
the following: "it is high time however,
EDITORIAL   COMMENT.
Our contemporary says: "In face of
the great achievements of the Liberal
parly in the past eleven years, " Will
anyone name one achievement of tho
Liberal purty In that period, other than
machine-made political victories.' in re*
gard to the protest, agalnat personal attacks on Mr. Aylesworth and Mr. Pugsley we might remind our contemporary
that Mr. Aylesworth was hailed by the
Tories as a hope of efficiency and cleanness and was never attacked until be
became the defender of dirt and dishonesty. Mr. Pugsley was never entitled to respect and loss so now than
ever since he has followed Mr. Aylesworth's lead in insinuating charges
that he dare not make definite. The
only truthful statement in our contem-
poorary's article is thai Mr. Pugsley
was not a Conservative candidate In
L904,
BRYAN    OUT   AGAIN.
Nebraskan   Likely   to   Make   Third   Try
for White House.
New York, Oct. 21.���Tho belief among
the political leaders of hoth parties that
William J. Bryan aspires to be the
Democratic standard hearer next year
and the feeling, moreover, lhat he Will
soon make formal announcement of his
candidacy h.is created a more or lesa
lively interest In his present visit to tho
oast. Opening with an address in
('(wiper Union tonlghl the Nebraskan
leader has planned a speaking tour that
will consume several weeks and provides for his appearance in most of the
large cities in New York state and New
Kngland.
Mr. Bryan was to have made his initial speech tonight, not In Cooper Union,
which lias a comparatively small seating
Certificate   of   Improvements
NOTICE
"MrmtrpRp' and --QuebeO" Mineral OlalnUlittt-
ate   in   the   Nelson   Mlnlug   Division,  ol Went
Koou-nay Dtltrlet.
Where looatad: -Weit branch of north fork oi
Balmon river, on ("rain Mountain, about nine
miles from Erie, B. Q,
Take BOtioe that 1, Alfred Kmest ('-Ulupc, Free
Mincr'a 'Vrtitlcate No. BIVI'J, intend, t-lxty daya
Irom tht date hereof, to apply to tin* Hilling
Recorder for a f'ertiflcatc ol Improvement!-*, (or
tlie P-UTpOM of obtaining Crown (> run ts of tlie
above -latins.
Ami further  take notice that action, under
section 87, must be commi*need   before the i.mi-
anee of such Certificate of Improvement**,
Daled this 12th day Of September, VJOl.
ELECTRIC
RADIATORS
Now Is the Time
to   prepare   for  comfort in   the   winter.
An Klectric Radiator is cleanly, cheerful and labor saving.
Call on ns for prices for these and all
'lectrical devices.
J. H. RlNGROSE
ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES
NELSON.
INOTICE
r for iald pnrpoiM.
I Ur   landi   to he   affected   by mild work  arc:
Loti toO, 51S7, IM9, -oid nub lots I, li. 11. 18, 11 and
1J of J,oi ���;-���_���_. (Jroup 1, Kootenay lUatrlut.
Tint toll,*-.   propnacd to  be charged   nr.  inch hk
may !����� lixed   (,y the Jod---* of   the County Court
of Weit Kootenay.
Dated Bui July, iwn.
TllK INTKHNATI'INAI. f-UMSnA MBItf ANTII.K CO.,
LCD,
NOTICE
To   Contractors,    Builders,     Carpenters
and  House Agents.
��� it having been brought to the notice
of the City Council thai certain sections
of By-laws No's 71 and 1.16 are not and
have not been observed, I. o. sections a,
ft and 7 of Ily-luw 74 and aectiont*.
7 ami x of By-law 186 which provide
tlmt   permission   of the   Fire   Wardens,
the Olty Engineer ami Huilding inspector must first be obtained ami plans deposited with the Building Inspector hefore erecting new hiiildlngH or additions
or repairing, altering or renovating existing buildings,
Therefore notice Is now finally Issued
that on and after this date any person
or persons not complying with the building  Hy-lawH  of lhe City of  Nelson, 1. o.
By-laws No.'h 7-1 ami 180 win be prosecuted as provided therein.    Ity Order.
W. E. WA880N, City Clerk.
Nelson, B. C, October 13, 1H07.
capacity, but In Madisou Square Garden,
Which  was  the scene ol  one of his  most
notable triumphs on the occasion of his
welcome home on his return rrom a tour
or the world. His positive refusal, however, to accept contributions from corporations or other huge financial Inter*
ests. it is staled, handicapped the management so much for funds that the plan
to have the demonstration In Madison
Square Garden had to be abandoned.
Carnegie hall was given up for the same
reason, and it was final!} decided to
hold the meeting in Cooper Union. If
the occasion warrants it an overflow
meeting will be held to accommodate tho
crowd.
Gen. Booth Not in Danger.
Chicago, Oct. 21.���Tiie condition of
Oen. Wm. Booth of the Salvation Vrmy
remained unchanged yesterday. A consultation oT several physicians was held
and Dr. Oscar Cleft announced thai un-
BBS unexpected complications arose (b*n.
Hooth would be aide to continue his trip
in about a week.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Nelson band District. Distriet ot West Kootensy
Take nollce Unit it. ti. t. Smyth, of Proctor, B.
O., occupation lumbermen- lntendi to apply for
aipeclal timber licenee over the following described landa i
No. 1. ("ommeiieltii: at a post planted near the
northeast cornerpoet Dl Lol ���������>* 2648, on Lemon
Greek ami marked k s P. 8myth*umthwei1 cor-
nerpost No t, thence40 chaini nonh more or
less to about midway of tho south boundarv line
of timber lieenee No' 9966, thenee SO .hatus easl,
thenee 10 chalus lOUth. thenoe -I" chains east,
thenee 10  chatliR  lOUth, thence  HO  (hains west,
moro or less to the goutheail corner of aJoreeala
Ix-t No. 8MB, thence to chalui uorth, thenee M)
ah&tni we-t io the point of commencement.
bated -Clh July, 1.HI7. R  B. P. BSYTB,
Hi nry H.-b-bert, Agent.
Nelson band District. Dlitrict ol \\��*st Kootenay
Take notiee that Simon P. Sehiffel, or Natter,
Idaho, oooupatlon lumberman, tic end*- to apply
fi>r a apeclal -tmb* i tie* uce over the following
described lands; nn the eaai ilde of Priest river:
��� Eommenolng at a post pimiied on the ssst ilde
of Priest rlVST, two and a hull miles north of the
Internationa- boundary hue,   thenoe uorth no
chains, then e eaai K) chaini, thenee south w>
ehains, thenee west W)cbalm to point ol oommenoementi containing 010 marts, more or Lasi
bated Hept. Hth. 1907, Simon P, SeHiKPKL,
K. W smith, Agent.
Nelmm Land District   District ot West Kootensy
Take notice that Clyde K. MeClure, of RcSvilb*.
Wash , occupation barber,. Intend! to apply for
a special timber ii ence over the following de��-
erlbed lands*  On the east ilde oi priest river,
two and a half mile- north oi  Ibe international
boundary line:   Commenelns "*��� �� post planted
tWO and a half mllei north of  the international
boundary line, thenee   east 80 (hain.*-, thence
south Mi ehains,   tbtuee   weat 80  'hain**.   thencs
north "O ehains to the point oi potnmenoeaeni
and ������iiiitainKi-" fiiu Hires, more or le--.
bated .-vpt. Hth, l'ju7, t'LYi-K K. McGLVS*,
K. W. SMITH, Ayetit.
Nelson hand Pis,net. UlStriJt Ot West Kootenay.
Take notice thai JayBoyee.oi EUtsvlUe. WasH .
occupation butcher- Intends to apply [or a ipeelal
timber licence over the following described
landa; on the east ilde ol Prleat river: Commencing nt a post plsnted one and a hah miles
nortn of international boundary line, thence
eait 80 ehains, thenee lOUth 80 ehaln--, thenee
went 8o ehalns, thenoe north 80 enains to the
point <-f eommeiieeuient,  containing  640 aeres,
more or leis.
Dated Sept. lllh, l��i7. Jay Bov-.it.
K. Vf, S_-ith. Agent.
Nelson Land District. Distriet ol Went Kootenay
Notice is hereby given that 80 daysattcr date l,
joiili P. Sw.-dberg, iiiin_r,<d Nelson, B.C., intend
to appiv to tbe ll..n. the Chief * om miss inner ot
tatma aiid Works for a ipeelsJ lieenee tt> eut and
BSrxy away timber from th*: follovvinj* described
lands situated on Hummit ereek, in the West
Kootenay Distriet:
No. 1.���Commencing at a po��t marked J. I'. H'i
timber limit, northeast corner post, located on
we-t fork of Siiiumii ereek abont two mllei from
main ereek. thenee running south hq ehalns,
lbenee running wt-st 40 chains, thenc,. running
north 40 chaius, thenee WSSt40 ehains. thency
north Wi ehaln-*, thenee running east 10 chains,
thenee running -touth -lb Chains, lbenee east 10
ebalus to plsoe of QOm men cement.
Located on theSBth day of AuguHt, PJ07.
Fobs P. Bwcnsna, Loestor,
per his agent PBlcB McDonai.U
No. 2.-4*omineneiiig at a post mHrked J   V. B'l
timber limit, northwest eorner post, located on
west h.rk of etU-Qinlt ereek, SDOUi tWO mlh-s from
main ereek, ibeucu running south H'i chnins,
t hence running enst so chains, thence ruunliig
north -' - . >n:- thsnOS running west80 chains
to place Ol commencement.
Located on the 991 li dav of August, 1007.
John r Bwbpbsho, Loestor,
per hi-4 agent I'hick McixjNAi.n.
Notloe is hereby given that **o 'iiiyii alter date I
Intend to Hpplv to the lion. Chief Oommissluner
of Landi and Works for permission to purchase
thf following dour rlbed land", situated  in   West
Kootensy district, commencing nt a post marked by name as initial post of the South Fork
branch, one hundred feel from the lunellon of
I.i--.- ereek with the south fork; thence one-
quarter mtb' to the north went corner post, thsnee
one niiic to the northeast corner -M-st, thsnos
one-quartet mils to tho southeiist oornei post,
lbenee one mile tn   the plaee of commencement
June 97, 19o7. Located by Wm   i onm>U.Y.
Nelson Land Dlstrlot Dlstnet oi Wesl Kootensy
Take  notlc-  tha*   Wesl.v   BOVSS. Ol   Klt/vlllc,
Wash , occupation butcher, intends to npply for
b special ti in br*r licence  over lhe   f-.tb'wliig des-
erlbed u-udsi on tne east ilde of Prtesi  rtvei
Commencing at a post plumed one -ooi h to-ii
rn ib s north of the fnterrialloiiat boon 'nry Hue,
theUCO well HO elmlus, tbence south MO chnins,
thenoe eaat HOrhaln-i, thence north wt chnins to
polnl ol oommsnosmsnt, oontalnlng -HOaoras,
more or less.
Dalod Hept. 11th, 1*.��07. WSaUW llnvaa,
K. W.HMITH, Ageut
Nelson hand District. District of West Kootensy
Take notloe that Henry  Relohert ol Nelaon.
Ii. *. ,  prospector.  In end to  apply   lor a ipeclal
timlxr   IIcentW over   the   following    des-rlbed
ids
i. Commencing ats post planted nesrH,
w. uorihwest oorner p'-si, lol n.��. 70_��, and
marked   "Henry   Uelohert   ion th wesl   oornor
post " thenc- Hi) ehnlli- north,   thenc*  H<) ��� hnlus
easl,   thctice  HO  chains  soulli,   thenee KM chains
west to tin- point of QOtnmeni ement.
Hated Sept. lhe 20th. 1907.
Ua.NitY Kki'-iirht. Locator
Nelson Land Dlstrlot   Dlstrlot ol West.Kootensy
Take   notlea  that   I, tdiaries Hldney   Leary, of
Burton City, B. C . occupation farmer, intend to
apply for permission to purchase the following
described bind: Commencing al ti post planted
aboul ll vt* inllfti northwest from the mouth of
MosqultO creek and marked "C. H. 1/s northeast
eorner," thenee aoulh 80 chain*, tbenoe wesi hu
(���halns, thenee north H'I I'hains, thence OBlt BO
point of commencement, containing
i-in
rri'i
Sept. 7th, 1907.
Charlbi riomr Lsaav,
Nelaon hand District.   Dlslrletor West Kootenay
Tiike  notice  that  WlHhiin    Andrew    lloss,   of
Fcrnie.it  c. hotel-keeper intends in appiv for
ii Ipeelal timber licence over lh i following described binds: Commencing St h post planted
--bout six miles west of the Kootenuy river, OH
Oom creek, In the District of West Kooleniiy
and being   iihoutsix   miles   north   of   Ihe   Inter-
national   boundary   line,   and   iltusta ai the
liorlheiisl corner of William   Andrew   Koss'   No.
8 timber claim, thenos north no chains, thenoe
west Ht chains,   Ihence  south Ko  chains,   thenee
east ho ehalns, to the point of commencement.
Located July-_.nl, IWI7.
Dated the Hth of Aug   1007.
wim.mm aniuif.w Ross,
Nelson Lend Dlstrlot   Dlstrlot of Wosl Kootensy
Take   nollce  ihat Patrick  Hheran.  of  Nelson,
B.C., oooupatlon proapsotor, intendi io apply
for a special timber lieenee over the following
described lands: Commencing at n post planted
nt the N.W corner post oflotMW, being Patrick
- in inn- N. K. eorner pout running houIIi K0
i imins, thonce wvm ho chnins, thuttuo north bo
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FRED IRVINE & CO.
A FEW SPECIAL LINES TO CLEAR
AT REDUCED PRICES
Ladles' White and Pink Plnnnelette Kisht  Drenes,    in per cent diHcnunt
on all styles and prices.
Children's Pall and Winter Coats.    We  win .soli at   15 per cent  tliBcount
on :in', of them.
See our Ladles' Dress Shirts from $8.00 each to $;to.oo.
uui stock of Fancy and Btaple Linens, Cushion Covers, Bto. Ih most com*
plete.    \ow is tiie time to muke a selection.
Berlin Wools in ;iii shades.
Special Discount on AU Ladies' Winter Coats.
IRVINE & CO.
AGENTS  BUTTERICK PATTERNS
BUY AN ORCHARD HOME
Vou can buy a 10-acrc Fruit Ranch   in   the best   fruit-growinj- district
iu British  Columbia by paying   $10 down and 5io per   mouth.
Even as au investment this is worth consideration.
Fruit Laud has trebled in value within on year.  What will it do next year?
J.   E.   ANNABLE
W'A.I-1)  STREET,   INEUSOrN
TWO MORE DAYSI
OET AN OVERCOAT NOW
OVERCOATS
Cost $X5 to $30.      Now $7 to $16.
FANCY VESTS
Worth $5 to $8. Sale Price $2 to $4.
WE  HAVE STILL  YOUR  SIZE
TAYLOR & McQUARRlE
eli-iln**, thenee   tMl  Hi)  ehultiM   top..Hit  ..(  c.m*
baled Augnit Him. Ippi,       Patsii h BkB-UK,
Bbiok hihami, ageat,
I nice nolle*. Dial Ira I-'. I n- Im . i lei i. nl Vi n-v,
Itrtitl, ti. <:.. UlteililH Ui apply ("���* ��� ipaflUl llieiiee
to   QUI   tlniUer    from    the    [ulhiwiliK   dcaoiilied
Landi i
No. 1. ('omiiieii.-ltiu at ii pout plioiti.l TUf-luiln*-
llMtntiee In nn I'linlerly illriM-tion Irom Cariboo
iiiln* niRrke'i "IreF,Tajrlor'i. W. Parklni' s vv.
corner." bonndpdon tbeionui bjrT. h Ho 196ft
i.n   lhe   went   by  [\ I-.   Ao. 7073, tbetUW   imrth  mi
ahalnii lbenee east 80 ohaini, tnenoe wuth 80
obalni-tbenoe  woet 80 ebalni to point oi oom-
in lament.
No. 2. Ooninenolng nl i poit plant * �����l wifiiitiiit*
dlitanoe end in aeuterlydlreotlon frmn Oarlboo
hiio* marked "W. Parklni', IreF. Tayior'Kri. w.
eornei pout," houmleU   on  thu wonl hy T, L. 7fi��7,
H-iiuh bflraF. Tarlor'i and w. Parklni'T.L,
No. I, theme norlh I'i ehaln-*, thenee Oftlt lt'-O
elmliiH, thenee-HOiilii ID eh-illiH, thenco woal KU)
��� ���n.i in*, to point of eoiiiineiieemoir.
w. k. Ooicyra,
Ira !���'   I'Avi.mt.
LAND NOTICES.
Halloa i-anii i>iHtriei. plitrlotol Wait Kootenay
Take notice HihI I, Kll/aheth KerRitfon, i��j Nil
ion, British Columbia,occupation married wo
man, intend to apply (or pirmlHloe to purohaia
*-thc loiiowiiiK deiorlbed lau-i i Comraenaini at ���
poit planted W obalni weit of the mouiIh-hki corner of notion 33. Townihlp 60, Kootenay, and
marked "K. k.'h n B oorner."tnenoe w��-��i to
uhatm,tbenoe iouih ���io obalni,tnenoe eaitSQ
ohalnit thenoe north in clminH to thu plnce (u
ci.iion.-iiceiiieiit and oontalulni ���"*���*> urei more
l.'ith Julv, A. D. 1007.    Ki.i/'TKTH FBSSVLOir.
hy W, A. Oelasfrj HKUiit.
NcIhoii t and DlKtrlet. DlHtrlel of Went Kootenuy
Tail nollce that I, Jobu ..i-iik. ol NcIhoii, It. C,
OOCUpatton miner ln|em| io apply ior piimil-
xli.n h> purobaie th<> followlUK UcHcrllied landa:
Rommenotns; at a poet planted at the N. K. ��,f
I-ot. 8003, thenoe eaat _u ehalna, tlieuce south '2o
ehnina, theneo weal _(i obalni, thence norlh io
chalna lo point of eoinmetiei'iiu-nt, eonl.iliiluK 10
Rerun, jiioic or lean.
Atimiat -ml,   I�����*���/, John I.ANO.
Nelion Land lu-urict. in-trn t oi Wttt Kootenay
Take notice thnt Paul   \  ..��� ���,   >   l'aol*_ou, of Kit
oboner, It. 0 . oooupatlon lumboimani imeniia
10 apply ior permlHlon to piirelmm the follow.
11 iK iler-'Tlhed lunda: t'nmmoi * Uik at a \>*>mt
plaiilc'lHi   Uie Mililli   1>oioidaiy of    the   rl|hj Of-
was  oi   tin*  nntiHii Columbia Beuthern Rail
h ity and itU.nt ;L*i ehaliiN mitai ly Iroin mile jm-nI
hi on MO. I rail way, Ihence Nouth JUchaliiH, thetief
eiiht _u obalni. tbenoe lontb 30 obalni, tbenoe
��� a-i '<i ohaini, Ihence north lo tlie -.. ,ii, hound
nry of Un rig hi of way of   lhe  Mrlti   n  f inn
Houtherii    Itnllwny,   llieme   wi-alerly   aloiif-   the
t-afii i iKhiof-wuy to plaoe or oommenoament.
Dated thli 2nd day of Auauit, 1007.
1'AtU.    Al ill   -.1     l-.-ll-.ON
Hlxty  dayi after ilatol Arthur Allen   Hiirton,
ranohir, m Barton Olty, intend to apply to the
Chief Cnmitiim-louer of I uii-l ��� ,. n.| Worka, Victoria, 11   C, to pureliiiNe lhe following deaerlhud
landi iltuateeeet ot liunmi Oommenolng at a
poit marked "A  a   b louthweit comer    and
planted itt the n V comer of lot tioli Q 1, and
rioiiiliiK north OH ehaina, theuce i-iihI -10 ehalna,
tin-ii' l Houth iw.chnliis, theneo went 40 ehaina lo
place ni oommenoemenl.
Ain-'iat lat, IWJ7. Author A . IIcrton.
Kelion i.anu Dlatiiet  Dutrlot ot Weit Kootenay
Take notice Unit Aiikuk Medlll, of the Olty Ol
Nelnmi, occupation liniiiiin, lntenda to upp'y (or
iH-riular-loii !���* pureham* lhe (ollowiiiK deai i'1la>U
1��ui!k: ( -MioiH'iielii)- at a poat planted at thu
N W. eorner I. 0. Morrlaon'a raiteli, in Klro
jtiltey. Lb.Ctae north forty (10) elialua, thence
,.at fo**tJ ��40) ehalna, Ihence aouth forty (4u)
haiti', liii-uce went forty (.0) ehalna to point of
ommonocmenti   and contalnltiK   one hundred
n*i iikty (180) aoreii mote ur leu.
Dated laptl nl.er'/lnd, 11107,        AlfOOl Mi<��ll.l..
NciM.ii Lund DlltfiOt,   DlltflOtOl Went Kootenuy.
Take notioa that li David (i   Kurt/.,of Nelaon,
i), <:., ooeupatloa merchant, intend to apply for
pcrtiilHNluu In purchaae the following d��ie?lhed
laud: OoSUnettOlng at a poal planted nl the
���puthWeit corner of aeetlon S-i, lownahlp OH.
Koolenav, and marked "U. (I. K.'a H. W. uoruer/1
Ihence   north   HO ehalna,   thenee   cant  -10 chalna,
thenoe aonth 80 ohaini, thenee wuat 40 eiuuna
to the  pointof commencement and  containing
:iat) aorei more or lunn.
1Mb July, 1H07. Daviij <������ KtiRTC,
W   A. (alder, hk'-iiI.
NeUon (.ami IMatrlct.   DllttletelWl
Take liollee ilm l'hlllp Un'ok-lm"
B. 0-. OOOUpatlOH rancher, -'in'"''"
ner i,,l--i'.f. to pun liaae the   I''""""
bnd :    ColuineoeUlK   at   a   pei-TPUU
weat ahore oi i pper WhaUban1 (Cart
ihe h. 1: cornerof hit Hiiw, Ihoncww**-- (||
thenee aouth ��0   ehallia.   thenre  -a ���,,
nioreor leaa, to the dUNTS OfUW "��1
norlherly alon�� the aal.l ">'<"'* "gSJ
or leaa, lo point  df  eniiiliictircineti",
I no anrea, mor�� or low.      rbhoiuh11
Dated Hept   l.'flti. IWfl.    PuM.t.H' ti*i*��-r
Nelaon I-and DJatrlcl,   lUalrlcl of ttt'i-t * ^
Take   notice   tlmt   Hugo   OoltH.*.
Maiilioha,     far nn r,      UU''"
,PplJ
i'l ,111 111 nn,,        mini, ii ��������� -     '     ..    ... I ,,|.   1
Mimiaalo- lopurohu. ""' ""   ���.vn,"i >'
I..-.I:    iroinmi'lli'lrrK   ��'   ".,l", v, . .rrlllr"'
SW...I mill's lunn ll.B m.iill 1 "I ��   "\'"im
tit  nnrtlH'Hst   r.rrn.T  nf H',1,'' ..'Y.'���riiiliiK
murk.'.I "II. 0, N. K. M-D.r,   '""I ",   | ���,
WH'liHllin, l 10. w.'.l ���"."���"'"',"���,,  ,1 ..I
r-liiilrrr.,   Iliolir'tr ,.����! ml ohslrr. "'I'"""
lr.i*li.'i'l.li'rrl, colllnllrlirII ""'���'""���
Datad noil. n��y ol A"��'""||,"���;ooicb". j
AHTIII'"A;JI''"''��'A.'"
Nelson I..UI.1 Dlstrl.'l.  IH��trl.-l <>( ��'^-'p,.',..
Talrii     nnli���   Hint     ���'��"�� ,���,ol.,i,  10  "
Allnlln,     Miilllli.liK.   Lrr'Si'i.   IB"   ,1<ivring
Inr porplsilon to puronuo '" |������r<j
.rih.ri lin-i   Oomm.nolnf "      , ,,���,.,
ihe natku-t oornor ol ''''"',' W��������irii"' '*
n-.mllo._om Hi" """""" .'..irniiiiii'ii "J
j.i... I. ��� *' I K K H.H. K. irrrrriT. ' ,.,,,, li,-. I'i
ni.rlli MloliKlns,  th.no. ��"'"'��� ,,,,,���. ii. i��'i"
 ll. HO I'll.Ills, H '"*!"   7i��� 'ir,..
rnrirnr.'r in, I .Iiilim';'"'���'" "'
llnl.nl Will 'Iny "' ���>"��"" : '",,,��� |'. SIS"'"' J
A.llir>'' H'^'***'_'n
N,.,.������ ._���.. l.l-trlo��'^^^r.''''J
Inun, Ull i'ir|,nllnll   ''���"",',',,.  |���|lr.��'l"�� 1
for IHTlillMlim in l'""'',""',.,.,,.1 I'l""1;'"
, rlhr'il li.ll.l r I'"',""''"''*' ��, r", | , nosj ""I
Kmiik K. Hoanmn'sH. 8. oo' ' '��� , pctll
������r. ii. n B.oorn.r," and '"I*li,V-T...t..-. ""J
tl" ...lllll*, '*l."l"��.  'J"     ",,,   ,,���r.K *
ohalus  It.   pln.'o "1   '",��''""" ul|
aor.is ul lantl, moro or loss.       ,,������ |i��rr"��*i
Oato.1 -Br.l AiK^jyj.','.loSrol, ����-��''
L. Ii you knew you could buy
MINCEMEAT
��� gj-egt  quality stamped "Canada Approved"   by Government
Inspection on every package, would   you trouble making it, particularly when it will Cost You Less.
We bave it   in all   sizes to suit   families, boarding houses
ami hotels, 7. ���** aud 2,S lb- Pail-S- 6o lb- tubs-
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
INEUSOIN, B. C-
Kaslo, Rossland
Boundary
STARKEY & CO.
\Vhol_-al. ProvUlona,
Produce,
Fruit.
(loviriiinont Creamery One-Pound BrickB received weekly froeh from the
.rhurn.    For mil., by all leading grocers.
Offloe anil warehouse : Houston Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street.        -        -        -       Nelson, B. C.
SPECIAL    SNAPS
^"^a ______ 20-ACRE
U-BLOCKS
Subdivision of Applelon lirothcre'  tract,    improvements on every  block.
I'.rll al  ������
STUBBS & PITTS
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Certificate  of Improvements.
NOTIGB.
ri   r.'l.li'*..   tn   the   un.lrriilKned,  at   hi*
.-*, in the .'Uy of Nolion,
tlie   boot   of.'��o*elo-*-i. in
tti.   ftttrrnoon,  <���* Friday.   Nnveint*r   Ulti **���"<;
irel t    the   ������rn--.-''--tit"   Mm.-ral
Col    -.     I��� roup   1.   K.M-twnay     lHntrlet,
iu Iw lured to he forfeited .-> tin-  ' rown
-I th.tl    tali   til t.l Hi the CllY ol NeUon. oil the
(Hi .!),< 1906    t'T  .l��ltn.iiient  taxt-H up
Ull   June   ("ih.   lft A.    nml    qpna.     The   uiwwt
Kt-t'1   Mineral   claim,   whleh  in
*    ..-I-,   ii ouni of deMqaent  -*-����� ���'"��� ,,,M
*.��� un* time -it iiirt. iniii*. with latarteli looot
v-iiii*ti bevt- ��toco aocrued, ooeta ol ��-ivertt*inK.
���ii'iiwi'T crnwii   *.r��nl  (*��'��� UM) In |8I 4.'., whi-'Q
ti tbf J.'_.- -im.iitii th.t will   Ih* eotn-t'leretl ���� *
*.. ���   ���.
-un-!.  lender   mult   be   m-i-omp**.tiled     ������>'   Ah
; ��������� ������  lor lhe tall  mrnoml oi the tea-
iter. Mjrfttile tu  tie   nrdet  ������! thu   l��epuiy 0pm-
.   ol i ind! ami Work**, al Vlelorla, B. ���*-���
il pur,
L al Nl laon, H *\.thti Hth day ol Oct., VJOl.
HAKKY  WB1QHT,
tioveriunelit Agent
' I'tiion" Mliit-ral Claim fttoate In the Wl-ton
Mintnit luvldlou, of the Went Kootenay lMi-trlct.
Where Imaie-r tin Tom.t Mowiitalu two mul a
halt ml It- it.on  Nelt-on, H   G.
rake notjee that I. or. a. Mai-donel-L artius *���
a-tent (tir HtiKh Sntherlltel. Kn-e Mlner'n Oer-
HUt-Htt- No. Blfi.Stt, iiileii't f-j.tay�� from the date
heiful. to apply to tin* Miti111k Keevirder for a
i ��� rtitht-ti* nt LmproTenanUf for ibe nurt-oKof
nbiatnln*. a frown OranI ot the above elaim.
Aud forthet lake notlM that aetlou, nti-ler
BaotlOfl '���'. iniif-t bt- > I'lnineneeil tn-lore the 1_-
auauee of mi<h Ctrl,Urate of Improt ement*-
]'��le-l Ihtt- _-tr.l .lav ol S*ptemU*r. A   It . ISI 17
W. A    MAflHlNAI.U
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Miueral Claim.
r.ti.len nldltned   to  the underalBiie.t   tit hit
��� ��� ��� "ii \ lIottM, n> lhe i sty ����i Newoti-
plved up tilt the   hi.or ol & oVlnc.l-, lu
i.   "i i rtday, Nov, imd. tttn, Inr lhe
van haae ol tin "Old Ata" Mineral Claim- l-'t
*    lifoupl    I t. nMy    lUf-m.l,   Whlth   OtO W
'i_:*.li,, |��� fr.tffited Ui the frown at the lav
Mil held in il,,. city of HtUOB, OO thef.th day ot
���*���"*    loot, t,.r -loi.nquani taxee  up �����'- J*>'-,)
���M   1106, mii.I eoHtM       lhe ilpacl    prtOB   ttpOO   MM
���aid in ral i lalm, whleh uudooM iheampttht
1 '��� BDttaxeaaad ooel at the time ol for*
wiure,witb interait, laxM w-bieh bave nooe
uerue-i.eoiuof adviTtianig. mid too tor Crown
'���r-ini [i ��� <,i) i*, (7f, *.,, whieh li* lhe leant amount
""���' ���* i    i"  ��� "h-i'l.-r.-.t ki. a tender
Hen  itndei   muil   be   >** oorooorkioa    by  iti
���uerpudchtiiue for the fttll   amount nf tin-ten
'���'������. I**' ��t'le   to   the   order of   the    UlpUtl   f"H>
il 1 indi and Worka, ��l Vlelorla, B.U.,
���I I'M r
"auiiat Kolaon, B.C. u.it* Hth dai "t Ool ,1W7.
H.\i;l;-i   W Klulll.
Qovei am*mi aki-iii.
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
udenlsned il  bli
t%\\, 19
mh) mi
"tO.iiii
., ���-'"���iwi-iini   nt   im*     it ii'ti   i - ik ii* ������    �����     ���������
""������ui tbe Court Home, in ilu-fitv ol Nelaon,
*'i'" n i'ivb.1 ap till the hoot olfto^look, In
���"',���*'���'������' i'.*il Friday. Nov.   1Mb,  I'M. for the
'��� '" "I Hie "BadMr" Mineral Claim. Lol
.p'-J-'iiljl, Koolonajr Itiatrin, whleh wai de
mi   i ,. * mttolUd   to  the   frown   at  the  tux
"���jit-neM in the City of Nelaon, on  the Btb day
"". t..r   ���',. in. vi,i, i.   iHxea   up till   June
and emu.  The upMipii-w upon the
ml f in I in, whleh llielllde- IbeBinoiiitl
'eut taxea and eoala nt tIn* Ihnu of (or
aVi'*'",,.WI"1 tnleremi, butei whleh ha\<- r-luee
��... , _jJH__!1" ,,( -tdverllHinK, illld fee lor CrOWO
il,,., '\L,i^' lalHt.a's wh uh i* Ihe leaat amount
-"J"** Hi Ijeeooildered ua lender.
.....    '  wndei   mioti   he  aooompanted    by  an
'������1>t<-.| Obef-uQ (���, ,||(, fll|l ft,num,, ,,[ the tell
miJ..��?'ah'0 ��> the order of the Itepuly fom-
Stpt?       '    l-'-uda mid Workl.al Vlelorla, It C ,
t-ltedal Neiaon, B.0, thli 14th dav ol Qfifr. 1IW7.
HAKItY W'HIUHT.
(iovoriuueiit agent,
Anders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Rbif-ml 0��Un��
Certificate  of Improvements.
i\oric_i.
"Big Hope Fraction" Mineral Claim, altuate
In the TroOl Lake Miniiii: IMvli-lon, oi Weat
Kootanay   lUstrlel,   I*tM*nie-l   on    Poplar   creek,
Poplai
lake   nollee   that    I,   I*.   |**dh-y   Free  Miner |
OerUfieate Mo, IMiMft, Intend flQ dan from th��
date hereof t*> anply to tbe MitiIhk Keeorder for
m -Jortt-Boaie of improvemetita (or the norpoM of
i.t-iii!..ni: a ('rown ��..rnni o| the al-ove flann
And   further   take   DOtlM  that   m-Uiin   under
Beotlon  BT.  mnu   i-e eommenoed   before   the
ta-.uanee of nueb f ertltleate of  !;.. or"\ ��� in.-iii-
ItHted n.i* Ml) day of October. 1907.
C   PAIU.KY.
INOII-vli.
In the matter of Mh appllcntlou for the \MO0 "I
i dunllCHle t ,Tlitlralc i,|   I ul,   for part (10 acrea)
I       , .       .    1     . .    ' ..    ..  ...      S   1...     I1I.I-I..I     ..,     I*   ....,..,!_   .-
. If
���   [������[ part (10 acrea)
.>l u.i m_ Oroopoae, tn the l-iMrlct of Kootena;
Notloe ik hereby given that It ta my Intention
to t-inii- ut the cxi-lriilioii of one month from the
brat puhltciition lo-rcof a duplicate of the Or*
tillcali-oi l ith'tor ibe abovu landa tn the name
of Andrew Horrlion, whlofa u*rtl_h an* of Title
li datod the Mb tiny of March, 1900, and numbered '-Kt-K.
I ..n l Ke��tatry tiHIif, Nelaou, It. t:.,September
li-lh. IW7.
���'II   K  MArl.ion,"
DlhtrlQt lteirt**trar
INOTICE
i"H'i"
'S.l'lr.
ii        iitlfrMnrrt'il   st   Ills
will I," ��� i """ "'"-"��� i" Uio Olty ..I N.laon,
"" nir ' '"' "I' l"1 Ur" Ii.fir Dl .*> rt'rl.ti'lt Iii
.���,,, .'"""'"��� "' I'rl'lsy. N.iv. IMh, 1IS17, lur tl..-
Ik, ,     '* "   ',! l-.ilslrlr"  MlniT.il  OlUm,  I...I
<���!���,, ,    "'','��� !;""','ii.iv   l.lslrl.'t,  whl.'li  whs ,li"
*��l" Ir  ' i i l".,'""',|"''l   I" III"   lln.Wll-ll 111.'   (_-
-I'i,"��� ...' '.'" (:"f"' N'l-""' "" II"'"III '""
-'itir ',,,'��� '" wiaa-Mi ins.', m.mi ii""'
���-"''',''';.vr1" V'","I-'-' i '��� "p.""".'
-Mo  .,.,.,. ,,,l"l"i. wl.l.'h ini'linli's i III' sun Mini
' n���,," '*" ,"��m��'um .'..sis ni tho Umtol lot-
'"ir,,,,,,   ,."',   "'"'"'1.1'    IllS.rS    Whl.'li    IlKM'   Mlli'l'
"lsill(fi',i"��� ,"'.',".l,v.","'"!"*��� "'"' '."' '"r -����n
tlrsi w||| i    ' tH ''""W., wh toll ts I In* I,itsl ii mini nt
Iftfl.   iu..' ','","*"I''H''I ft. ,. I.MIlllT.
sit.-. ,,.,'"'*    ","""   I"'   Bi'.'iilrrl'iinl.'il   b>*    nil
Hit. i. .���..'"'.''"' '"' ""��� '"II   Mn.ili.il  Dl till' li'li
,""V"
...   Mir..nut i,l tlu
Ihu iiriU-r nf th.'  ' i'ImiIv  irimi
' "I .'"ir.lKuiui Wi.rks.nl Vhli.rl.i. U.I*.
"tjmr.
'.""'"' N >. 8.0., 11,1-Mill .Invnllli'l.llHn.
IIAKIIY waiaHT,
",,.,', ilinri,I -KU.1.'
Ih th.. rnstt.-r nl sn iii'i'lii'iiltun lot ll"' Issue nl
ilu-.l'i-st.'s nl Hi.' .'.'Ulil'StiMil lllh* I" lots 11.
II su.l U, ftoup 1, Wrsil K....l.'ir��y IM.tlh't, sis.,
kimwii ss thr ' 'K.ml.'iisy l'h li'l," ���t'liinliitl" .ml
"I.ulu" inlui'isl .1.. ins n-.p.'.-llvi'ly
Nulliu Is h.'ti'l,. slv.'lt rlisl It IK my IrrUrn i..ii
In Issrr.' nt th,- .��� \'|i i.. I l.-n i*il DO. inniilh nlr.'r MM
11 rnl nuI'll,.ill,,n h.'r.'ul s ilirnlli'sli' nl liilillrnti'
nl I'ltli' r>n tllSlln.il nu iin.llvlili'.l Bl lisllhs In
.���s.'h i,l tin' t.**nvc h>l��, Issu.'.l mi rln- 1711. .Iny III
Mir, A I). IH.-. In I In- ns nu-ul-I i ih nl' Ainswnrlli.
nml ���lsi.mlul.lli.nl.. nl I'll Ull'nl.' nl lllll' Nn.
H'.ssik nl sn uii'lrvl'li'il in lisilhs Irr inrli nl thi'
shiiv.. luts, Is.ui'.l nil tin- 11th ,Iny nl Muy, A. II
li���fi.ln  lhe lunn.'nl Hi'iirnr .'   Alnswurlh,
1 i.lnl lt._l-.tr>' OfflWi N.'ls'in, II. I'.. Auicusllith
'**n* ...K.Ms.l'-..,'."
IrlHtrti'l H.'Ktslrsr.
IN O TIO 13
In Ihi' inntt.T i.i nu ,.pi.il. nlrnn  nr III,' ismi . ni
s'lnplli'iiti'iil lh.0ntllnoii-.ol  llll.ilur |ot��
",'J II,,' WMI Irnll ul In. li" hlmk III, 111 t_* Tuw.l
" N0UQ.U aetata KM'" Ihnl it Is my inl.'lillnll
lu l.,ui< nl Ilm ..xnlrsllnii nl nn.' ini.nih niter tin.
il rst piii.Ui'ntii'ii In'"'"' n 'inpi ii'ii '��� i   taeau    ���
.sis nl ll'li'Ii r thi'nhnvi' Inu.U, III Ilm irnnii"'!
I.y'lli, Bhl.ldS   Will- rllll,',,,,. I. ���������������'���''-'"* *���'-*
,i���yuiiii'i'iniiii'i.  ������j,'.;,/'^,',ji;',!|,;;;,;l;'',w'K'
IMstrlrt Ili'KlHlrnr.
In the Matttsr of    the "Land    Reglttry
Act" and Amendments thereto,
���AND���
In Ilm tiiiill.Tnl nn npplu'lilinli Inr Ihi* Issue "I
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Till.. In lhe nl'".!' .li'serlhi'il lni"l��. I 'J" ' "'
r, ���.. lod.rli k li'ilnrlsnu. whl.'li rerllll.*" >���
,lnl,"l tl"'1"!i -���� "I AlUIUSt,  IW'H. nnil  l�� ""ni-
A���Kr,...lt��n. "bulMS't'Cl'm.
The Daily Canadian
AUTOMOBILES IN CONGO
Freight    Road   Being   Built   to   Connect
Free  State  With Valley of
the Nile.
In lhe CoriKo Free Slato, tinder the
flir.'CHon or a central automobile department, more than a year's work has
lx en done in the coriKlnietlon or special
bitfhwajl and tho entahliKhment or Uie
rorerunners or a network or automobile
rrelKht lines. The road on whieh work
ts belnff most rapidly pushed, and on
the completed portion or which rrelght
is now being transported, will be the
longest and most Inportant of these
enterprises. It will connect the Congo
with the Nile at Uejaf, only a short distance south of Gondokoro, which Is now
reached regularly by passenger and
freight   steamers   Trom   Khartum.
When the freight road is completed.
In about two years, says the Motor
World, the Upper Congo-will have automobile, steamboat and rail connections
with the Mediterranean, as well as
steam transportation to the mouth of
the  Congo  and   Europe.
The starting point ls anout 600 miles
up the Congo above Stanley pool. There
are some long si retches of navigation
where the loaded automobiles will be
carried on small steamers, but the total length of the freight road will be
5fio miles.
The attitude of the natives along the
Welle Mal-iti toward the advancing enterprise is highly gratifying to the authorities. They give a hearty welcome
to the whites. The chiefs have complained that the carrier service between
the Belgian posis takes too many men
from their usual pursuits, and the
whole region is happy over the fact
lhat the freight road will entirely do
away with the caravans of porters
carrying loads on their backs for hundreds of miles.
Manzali, the most Important chief or
this section, on his own initiative says
that U they pay his subjects tbe usual
price ror work by the day the whites
need not bother themselves with the
question or labor supply. He will provide the men and take them rrom the
villages near where the road Is being
built.
The entire road will be first-class
ror the heavy hauling intended and
ported drainage is being provided at
every point. For some years the Government has been experimentlnK with
two or three types of .automobile
freight carriers. A well known English machine was finally rejected, chieT-
ly on account of Its excessive weight,
and a Belgian wagon, especially built
for tropical service, has been adopted
and is said  to be satisfactory in all  re-
Geo. P. Player
Accountant
LATE ACCOUNTANT AT HALL MINING   &   SMELTING   CO.
Office   Room   No.   2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
TV mien* v6Attt*t6 to tlu* iitiilt>r_laiu><l at his
nil)-, in tha ��V'oiirt SOQM, In the City o|
N. U.ui, Mill be rei'vlve-l up till the
hour Ol .*> O'OlOGki   tit    tlie   after tin-mi,   of   FrI
tliiv, Nnvrinber Int. 1S*07, Ior the purclm-H- of
the "Amu*" Mineral ��'lalm. Lot batio, ('roup 1,
Kootenay   District,   which was ileclarort   to   bo
forfeited io the Crown ��t tha tax tt\t Mid iu the
City nf Ni'lhnn. on Ihe tUll day nl NovemU-r, l!ttk"��.
for .tclln.|iieiil laxer. up till Juno HOtli, lsufi, aud
conn.
The upset prlre QponUfl mho mineral claim,
whleh luclutli'*- the amount of delluiiuent taxex
iiih! cot-it. at thi' lime of forfeiture, with Interest,
inxe*. which have since accrue,!, --oat ol a<lver-
tislnii, an.l fee for Crown Urant (*-ft.00.) is 11.3,70,
which I- ihe least iiinmiiit that will beconsidered
U ii under
Kach lemler must In1 accompanied by an ac*
t-epte'l die.im* for tlu* full amount u[ the tender,
pa \ able to the onler ��( lhe Deputy Commissioner
ol l-aii'l- and  *rToru, at Victoria. R. C, at Par.
Dalc'l   at   Nelson,   ti. ('.,   this-TUb day ol Hopl.
HAKKY WKKillT,
tloveriimcnt   Vv. ui. Nwlsoii, R. c
Notb-c Ih hcrebv kUiu, for the n.i (���" mul i.ni of
in'did lni-: Rt'tllers and others, that selection has
t...en made of the :t,rsM>,(KH) Hires of land situated
In ihe Peace Kiver Vallev, Province of British
Columbia. ��milled to lln* 1'oiiilnton (Iovernment
under lhe provisions of Hvetlon 1 ol "Ar. Act
reUllnn to the l-i��nd Kallway, the liravln-j
Poek and Katlwav Liuuls of the 1'ioviliee," and
such land la not 0MI1 tO entry under the land
law ol tlie province.
The block selected Is described as folluwi:���
C.iinincncinH at a point it:'1, miles houiIi ol tbe
tVii ������' Kiver nil the I'AHh Merldlmi. IxdiiK Ihe
Mutei n boundarv ol the province, thonce weat
". mi'es and ;W (U chain-*, lbenee DOtthTfl mllea
nnd OtiJOO��� ehalns, tnence east W inilea and !tH.fi*t
chains ttieiiee south lo the point of commence
ment toUowlni tbe laOlh Meridian and eoiitaln*
Mm approximately 8,8011,000 KOTM.
Sot tew is also Klvcu thnt. with a vlow to
ueilllaltutr settlement in the valley*- ol the
lVaie I'.irsnip.ind Pack Klvcrs, thu following
ball of land to miles lu width and extending
20 miles ou each side of the Peace, I'llrsulp and
Pack liivers haa b��*��n reserved (or actual settlers
lo M iu no i red hy preemption only under the
I and Act, such land not bi-tnu open for Hale,
lease, licence or other allunatlon under Iho aald
Act except by preemption:
Cumuioncltik at the intersection nf tho western
boundary of lhe blo.-k of land selected by thu
i omluloii 'iovernment with the Peace river,
tbence following the Peace Kiver and Parsnip
Kiver to their conllucnce with the Pack Kiver
and thenc. followlUK - be Pack river to thu
point: where said Pack Kiver leavoa McLeod
Like, nnd  extending for a distance ol '.'.> mllua
00 each side o| FHid Kivers and   approxlmatuly
170 miles tu lenRth.
All lands outside lhe houndarlea nf Iho Dn*
mlol>ni (iiivenimciit tiratit and 'thu reserve
above described arp open lor location under Ihu
1 ii ias of the Provlnco.
W. J. HOWHKK,
Ai-11nu I'hlclCominlssioncr of lASiai and \Voiknj
I..iu.Is mid WorKH   I'epal liildit.
Victoria, Heptember Uth, iwo.
FRUITVALE1
ORCHARD AND
GARDEN HOMES
4MO DOWN
*10 PER A.OISTM
IO ACRES
We offer you best fruit lands;
best terms; best location; best
climate. Absolute    titles.      You
don't bave to use all of your means
In paying for land. We want you
to put it into development. We
also have tracts of 50 to 6000 acres,
prices and terms tbe best. We own
these lands and handle nothing on
commission.
If you don't see Fruitvale you
miss the best in B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Association
Ward Street,  Nelson, B. C.
FOR SALE.
On. of Nelson'. Pretty Home Cottage, of 2 bedroom., sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom; hot and
cold water; large basement. Nice view
of lake. $1,600, $900 down; balance on
ea.y term-. Certainly a .nap. 3 lot.
75 x 125. Apply to J. R. B., Daily
Canadian.
spects. The only change In it which
Lhe report recommends is that certain
Congo Instead of European woods be
used In the construction of the machines  now  building  for esrvice.
As far as the road Is completed the
wagons are hauling material and supplies to the roadbed, giving the machines and the roadbed a thorough test.
The loaded wagons travel at the rate
of 10 to 12 miles an hour, and it is expected that this will be the average
speed between Congo and the Nile
when the system of highways Is completed and the traffic Is fully in operation.���New York Sun.
FINANCES OF RAILWAYS
Harriman    Summoned    Before    Federal
Court  to   Explain   Dealing  in
Chicago _. Alton.
New York, Oct. 21.���The inside history of the financing of the Chicago &
Alton railroad is expected to come to
light this week when Edward H. Harriman and Otto H. Kiihti of Kahn. I>oeb &
Co., will appear before the federal court
In this city to show cause why the petition of the Interstate Commerce Com*
mission should not be granted calling
upon both men to appear before it ami
answer the questions which both de-
C__���- to answer on the advice of counsel at the hearing held by tho commission In this clly last winter.
The questions which Messrs. Harrt-
tnan & Kahn declined Io answer, for the
most part had to do with the financing
of the Chicago & Alton road. The first
question which Mr. Harriman declined
to answer, upon the ndvlce of his counsel, related to the purchase by Mr. llar-
riiiiaii ol Chicago AAlton stock, and the
nnmiint of such purchase and siil-sequcnt
sale. Mr. Hurrlman is also charged with
refusing to tell how much preferred
stock of the Union Pacific he owned,
uor would he explain what the holdings
Notice of Meeting.
Cascade  Water Power and  Light Company, Limited.
Notice is hereby given that an cx-
truiiiillnaiy general meeting of the Cas-
iBiie Water, l'ower and I.lght Company,
Limited, will bo held at tho offices ot
Iho company on Saturday tho 2nd duy
��� if November, 1907, at the hour of 2
..'clock In the nfte'fnoon, for the purpose of:
1. Authorizing the issuo of a series
of debentures, aggregating "875,000,00,
dated the 1st day of May, 1907, with Interest at 4*_ per cent, per annum, payable on the tlmt duy of May. 1040. with
Interest payable semi-annually on tho
1st days of May and November in each
year.
2. Authorizing the execution ot the
draft Deed of Trust, approved by the
parties, which will bo submitted to the
mooting, and made hetweon the company, of the First Part, tho Hoyal Trull
C-onipony of Montreal, of tho Second
Part, aud the West Kootenay Power and
Light Company, Limited, of tho Third
Part.
3. Passing tho resolution recited In
tho said draft Deed of Trust.
4. Transacting such othor business
us muv properly come before the meeting.
Dated this 10th day of October, A. D.
1907.
Hy Order of tho Hoard,
JOHN FllASEIl,
Secretary.
Tremont House
KnroDeai and American Flsn
Me-.li 3ft ct*.   Boomi from St ota. to 91.
amy White Heip -bnployed.
MALONK   &   TREOH.LU8
Baker Bt., Neinon Proprietor!
Athabasca
Saloon...
CORNER
BAKER AND
KOOTENAY
STREETS.
Most comfortable quarters      Nelson)
Only tbe best of Lienors aud cigars.
BILLIARDS. POOL
MARTIN   IVEN8
JNO.   PHILBERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room ls unexcelled in the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. ERIOKSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court House
and Poatoffice. Nelson, 11. C.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Btreet, Nelaon. B. 0.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
BATES Cl PKB DAT
���ante snd Comfortable Bedrooms and First.
classPlnlriu Boom.   Sample Booms lor Commercial   M-n.
MBS. K. C.CLARKE. Proprietress
Battlett   House
GEO. W. BABTLETT,
Proprietor.
Best DoUar-a-Day House in Nelson.
Tbe Bar ls the Finest.
White Help Only Employed.
Josephine St.
Nelaon, B. C.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WII.I.IAM BOBEBTB,
moF-irrBUB.
Bates |1 and $1.50 a Day.
Special Rates to Ren-lar Boarder.
SILVER   CIRIUL-.
The Silver Grill hat opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The best 35 cent
meal In the city.
JEWELL  A   HOARE,
Proprietors.
of H. H. Rogers, H. C. Frinck and himself were of Atchison, TopeKa & Santa
Fe stock. Mr. Harriman also refused to
state the connection of Khan, Loeb &
Co. with the transaction, that firm having acted as broker in the purchase of
Ihe Santa Fc stock.
Mr. Harriman also refusi-d to answer
questions inl regard to buying 105.000
shares of Illinois Central stock, as well
us most of the questions put to him concerning the facts under which the famous 10 per cent. Southern Pacific dividend was declared, and whether or not
he profited by the sudden and rapid appreciation of that stock following the
dividend. Neither would he say whether
he purchased any of the stock that he
might profit by it.
Mr. Kahn is charged with declining
to answer questions explaining the connection of Kahn, Loeb & Con. with the
purchase of the 105,000 shares of Illinois
Central stock on August H, 1906. for lhe
Union Pacific at 175, nor would he say
what part of the stock, if any. was held
for the benefit of the directors of tho
DnfOS Pacific road.
Mr. Kahn has already expressed his
willingness to answer tho questions
when nexl called upon hy the lnt*<rstnte
Commerce Commission and lt ls bellev-
rtl that Mr. Harriman will likewise
-.���hung-** front and give the desired information. The law under which the Interstate Commerce Commission derives Its
authority provides i'or the punishmt'iit
of any person or persons who refuse to
answer any such questions us the commission may prop-omul to them.
Coal! Icel Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenay Ice, Frutt,
Foel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
OFFICE:
N. E. co.. Baker  and  Ward   sti.
10-Acre Blocks For Sale
In the Slocan Valley;  free from  stone;  level land;   ample water;   railway facilities; good settlement; easy clearing.
Price: $50 to $85.    Terms: One-fifth   cash,   the   balance   one-fifth   each
year.. Interest 6 per cent. ,       !**���-*,**�� .__."��-!
H. & M. BIRD
TO THE PUBLIC
Flre, Accident, Life and Employers* Liability T-*t**f*--*i ���*-<���*���*
Let us quote you rates in the best board companies.
PROCTER & BLACKWOOD
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
MADDEN   BLOCK,  WARD ST.
FOR SALE
HOUSES
7 rooms and bath, 50 ft. corner lot,
centrally located, one-half cash,
balance   on   terms $2100
5 rooms and bath���excellent repair,
electric light, water, sewer, 1 1-2....
lota, on  terms $2000
3 rooms, water, electric light, chicken house, woodshed; on terms..$ 750
5 rooms with two excellent lots in
Fairvlew;   water $1350
LOTS
Victoria St.   (75 ft.   corner) $   600
Houston St.  (50 ft. corner) $ 375
Chatham St., Fairvlew (30 ft.) $200
LAND
6 3-4 acres, easy of access by wagon
road, partially cultivated; suitable for
market garden.    Terms given
160 acres on Kootenay River, good
train service $3000
-P. B.  LYS
Real Estate Agent
315  Baker St.,  Nelson. B. C
A.Q. LAMBERT <S_ CO.
AND DEALERS IN    LtllllPef f  ShlflgleSy
Lath, Mouldings, Doors, Windows.
Turned Work and Brackets.
VBRINOIN STRBBT   ���
Mail Orders promptly attended to.
-i'ELSON, B. C.
AUCTION SAL
Furniture, Clothing;
-Stationery, Etc.
IN THE
AUOTION ROOMS
304 BAKER ST.
SATURDAY OCTOBER I2th.
7.30 p.m.
So. S10.
Certificate of the Registration of an Extra-Provincial   Company,
"COMFANI-Ct- AtT, 1897.''
I hereby rerllfy lhat lhe "Falln C'rce-* Copper
MlntuR Company, tlmltea," has thli day been
*.'K .-UTfii an an Kxtra-Provltielal Compauy 'in-
<l_T the "Companies lAet, HW7," to carry ont or
i-fleet all or any ol the objeela ol the Company
to whleh the leK-slatlv-- authority nl the 1.������*���������--
liLlnre of British Columbia extends
The head office of the Compauy ie situate at
the City of Spokaue. Utate of Wa-hlngton, U.H.A.
The it in* nun "i tin- capital of the Company Is
one million live hundred thousand dollars.
divided into one million five hundred thousand
.-.liare*- of one dollar each.
The head olllee of the Company lu this I'ro-
vlnee Is situate at Nelson, and Michael C M-m-
uichau. Mlucr, whose address Ik the same, is the
������uoruey of the Compauy
The time of lhe existence of the Compauy Is
titty years from the -��� -i - = March, 1907.
The Company is
lion 66 of the above Act.
i-lvou under my hand aud seal of offlee at
Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this IMh
day   of May, one thousaud   ulne hundred and
wren i
LL. s.i B. Y. WOOTTON,
Ht-tiv i rm nf Jnlut Sim k Companies.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Uonipanv is snuirlatly  limited under se*.*-
"COMPANIES   ACT,  1897."
Notice In hereby given that Wilt.in A.
Miller, of the town of Ol-fton, lumber-
limn, has heen appointed tlie new attorney of "Tho Klnney-Mlllcr Ceilur
Company,"
S. Y. WOOTTON,
ReRlHtrar of Joint Stock Compantea.
Victoria, Hrlllsh Columbia, October '-7,
1907.
SAMUEL  A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
AU Kinds of Heating Plants ln Stock.
SANITARY  PLUMBINQ.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooeri Houaa.      Tai. 181.
r, C. GREEN       F. F. BURDEN       A. H. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
C0R.V1CT0RIA k KOOTENAY STS., NELSON. B. C
F. 0. Box Hi   Fhonc 261 B.
Cheap
Rates
Westbound
To All  Polnta In  Kootenay*.
OIN SALE* DURIINO
OCTOBER
FROM TORONTO, GUELPH, GALT,
OWEN SOUND, LONDON, WINDSOR
AND  DETROIT TO  NELSON  $39.45.
MONTREAL, $46.10; OTTAWA��44_��;
HALIFAX, $56.40.
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:m
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S. S. FOWLER
Mitiing
Engineer.
INEU-SOIN,
13. ��_-*.
Correapondlngly Low Rate* from and
to All  Intermediate Point*.
1
i
Prepaid passage arranged.    Uetiorva-
tinng secured, etc. througn this ofOce.
|
For further particulars call or write      ���*," j.
E. J. OOTLE,                     J. MOE,
A.ii l'.A..Vaii.'..uvor.                  1>. f.A., N-lson
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Old Curiosity Shop
�� i
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It you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop.   A new
Una of Japanese Goods  now  on aal*.
All kinds ot Dinner-ware In ttoek. Patterns.
WANTED
Ueneral  Job Work, Chimney �����*>**-
Ing, Carpet Cleaning, Fixing and Clean,
Ing Stove*, eto.
JACKSON RADCLIFM,
'tl Eaat Baker ���*�� :< :
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The Daily Canadian
KEEP YOUR
EYE ON
.mr stock for the New Jewolry rind oilier
goods we are opening up almost every
day. We are exhibiting Brooches. Necklets, Pendents, Bracelets, nil in new designs. The now Enamel Jewelry in
Flowers, Birds anil IIiiks is must attractive
J. O. Patenaude
fl I* ���
RH I   Hi'l
New
Novelty
Neckwear
And Belts
Fancy Chiffon and Silk
Collars with or without tabs
at, each, 50c, 75c., #1.00 to
$3.00.
New Elastic Beaded Belts.
New Leather and Silk
Belts iu all colors.
AN EARLY CHOICE IS
ALWAYS THE
BEST.
MEAGHER & CO.
Oor THURMAN MIXTURE
tt mannfat-tiin-'I  [nun   lln*  finei**   inlmrro. -nil*
rip-'iii .1 and dew sweetened.    IVa mild, fuii-
Ittivuri'il Hti'l oool.   A tob-tooo you
fought to iry
* Wa cA. THURMAN,
iobacconist.    Baker Street.
Sec Us
For Good Fruit Land
10 Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & ��__
Nni Door ii> Bank ot Oonunoroo.
QUEEN
CIGAR   STORE
BUSH & MATT HEW, Prop*.
in: _DQ_ -Rl ERS lull ALL
IMPORTED    AND    DOMESTIC
CIGARS,    CIGARETTES,      TOBACCOS,   PIPES   AND   SMOKERS' SUPPLIES.
Phone   9. P.   O.   Box  672.
*W<^SiN��V-Si-��VV��iSVV%i*^S/-V%^^A^VV-^
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
DenierH in staple and ___*? _4*-oe**-M.
iiuitiT. Kkkh-
C���<np and Miners' SupplieH.
L
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. See. 0. E.
DOMINION  AND  PROVINCIAL   LAND
CURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
co*.  llealoy Huilding.    P. O. Ilox 434
Baker 8t., NELSON, B. C.
COAL
13 A. IN K M liAD    COA U
Tin- But Hard Coal ou the miir-
ket.
Bankhend E3ri-
.lucttcs
The  Bert  DomeiUo Coal.
West Transfer Co.
HOTEL  ARRIVALS.
Uor-.  Vernun   i.i.l.1  *V��r-U ftitr���, ���ts*,
iNKl-SOIV. t��. C.
I*;, v. Bodwell, A. B. McPhlllips, Mr
and Mm. Iv Smith, W. Henderson, ('. A.
Holland, Victoria; A. _,. Newson, 11. A.
Slmmlns, A. G. Ore-lnutn, K. U Phelps,
.1. VV. Wesi. .1. S. K. allium, A. 1,. New-
Bon, Vancouver; 0. I,. Held, Arrowhead;
.1 it. Waldo, Winnipeg; J. C. McFarlan,
W. ll. Lister, Montreal; C. F. Costerton,
Vernon; 1'. Robinson, Fernie; H. A
funk, 8. .). Nowman, Edmonton; C. 11.
Hays, ll W. Wesley, Toronto; ll. Wau-
y.t'r. Hamilton; P. A. *_Lu*Bon, Kitchener
!���'. ,J. Coulthard, ll. Deylo, ,**>'���''*' Weat.
inilistor.
...HOTEL...
Strathcona
"���--- ,���... ��� ���-������     ,.������������ ���     ���*   ML���*
Best  Located  Hotel in  Nelson
Dnder ih.' _wna___ant ,,f K. ic. Noble,
1st.' t.l Toronto, OtlKWIl tor,I
Winnipeg.
Mrs. It   II.   Henley,  Miss  I'*.  K.  ltisiim,
Greenwood; ll. Browntnk. Kamloopa; W
ii. ITrome, Vancouver; P. McPheraon,
Winnipeg; il. P. Baker, Boatpn; C. !���'.
Hooper, Spokane.
QRAND   CENTRAL,
B. ii,nn.'it and wife, Miss ii. Allison,
Victoria; .). Goodwin, Reglna; Mrs. s.
W, Bradley, Elgin; S. S. Jarvls, .1. ().
Maudoley, !���'. Deeaey, Ottawa; B. W.
Relsen, n B, Klppenateln, Elkho; F.
Williams, 0. Hendrtokaon, Vancouver;
.1   M. Macandrew, Kootenay Landing.
QUEENS.
C. T   Porter, C   i��� Glenn, Spoki	
Thog. McKay, Medicine Hat; 3. Allan,
Harrona; .1. rmiks. a. Korfb, Oreaton;
l'\ Bwanaon, Revelstoke.
TREMONT.
r.   slim...    Bonnlngton;    Oeo,   Noel,
Rossland;   W,  D,  Barr, Plnston Creek;
ii. Mllchier and wife, Cumberland.
BARTLBTT,
T, Itiiss.'i'. .1. Batmons, Moyle; ll . .1.*n-
kins. it  iiiii.iv*.    Cranbrook;    P, Cola,
Qrand Pnrka,
ROYAL.
.i. a. Morgan, Revelstoke,
12 LOTS
Cleared,    cultivated,     planted
with   80  trees,  good   water,
first rate location, $"700.
��_-O.VlI-  /**."Nl>  SBE.
WOLVERTON&Co.
BAKER   ST.
VV.   O.    Oll-LETT
Contractor   nml
llullUv-r*.
Hoin BRrnt fnr thi* l'orto Bloo l.uinlicr Co., Ltd,,
r.UII yhr��1 -*. K011--I1 nml <tri-t*mnl In-iil-cr, turiii-il
wm k nii'l brtokott, OOMt hull un<l hI-IukI''**- >-H-<ti
Hini doon.   Demon ti biioi ��n<t itmi- (or ��ai-��.
Aiiiiiinntii* rrlDrter.
Yard mid fmlory: Vnrnmi Hi., .���..*.'<������ Hall
.M.I.SOIN,   I.. C
V. O, Hot -202. Telephone 17B
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Anniversary.
Today U tbo L03nd annlversafj of Un
Battle of Trafalgar and tbe death "
Nelson.
Court at Trout Lake.
The was no chamber session of either
supreme or county court today, tils
Honor Judge Korin Is at Trout Lake
holding ;i session ol the county court.
Pastor  At   Home.
Rev. K. N. and Mrs. PoweJJ arc Al
Home ;ii the Methodist parsonage this
afternoon and evening.
Councii Meeting.
The regular fortnightly meeting ofthe
city council will be held in Ihu city
hall this evening al 8 o'clock.
K.  F. G. A.
The directors of the Kootenay Fruit
Growers' Association will meet in tbe
court house. Front street, on Thursday
evening next at 8.30 o'clock. A full attendance is requested as the statemenl
of the season's operations will be suit
milted.
Assizes at Greenwood.
1_. V. Bodwell, K. C., and A. B. McPhlllips, K. C, have come from Victoria
tu attend Uie Greenwood assizes presided over by Mr. Justice Clement: on the
list is the action of Mrs. Balnea against
lhe executors of her husband's will. Mrs.
Haines Is dissatisfied with the administration of the estate and wauls an accounting.
F. O. E. Smoker.
The Eagles' smoker in the opera house
tomorrow night will he the host event ol
its kind of the year. All the committees
have done their work well, ond the results will he appreciated. An excellent
musical and sporting programme has
been arranged and all other requirements have been provided for iu the
Eagles' usual style.
Adverti*ing Pay*,
Taylor A_ McQuarrie have a large consignment of overcoats and fancy vests
which ihey arc selling at prices far he-
low cost. The advertised these goods
iu The Daily Canadian last Saturday
evening and today before uoon had disposed of a dozen or so overcoats and
vests. The sale will continue two days
longer, und the firm advertises that they
hnve still every size.
Nelson  and  Bruce.
Admirers of Harold Nelson and Clifford Lane Hruce will he pleased to learn
that these two sterling actors will again
visit Nelson. Their company will ao*
pear if- the opera house here for two
nights beginning l-foy. *������ The first night
will be produced "A Western Girl," a
comedy drama, and the second nlghl
"The Egyptian of Pompeii." Miss Bootl
is leading woman for Nelson and
Hruce this season.
Old Timer Buried.
The funeral of Owen McKlroy, who died
In thi-- Kooienay Lake General hospital last Thuif-dHV, took place this morning.   Kev. J. T. FeigitHon conducted the
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Bout B__d_tl will fiml it to their lul-
v-iitu*.'., to *ihu our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
Ulml-acl.
The Store of Quality
Ram Lai Tea
Packed in the Gardens Where
It Is Grown-Can Be Bought for
the .Same Money as a Cheaper
Tea.
We Stake Our Reputation on
the Quality and Reccommend
It to All Tea Drinkers as Absolutely the Best Value Offered.
50c per Ib.
Rob,M.Hood&Co.
K. ML O. Block . Phone 11,
Toilet
Paper
Rolls
3 ROLLS 25c.
C, A, BENEDICT
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts.
PHONI_   7
Fine Leather
Goods
SEE   THE   RICH   DISPLAY   IN   OUR
WINDOW.
Holiday goods are arriving and we
are showing some ol the latest LhlngB
in Handbags, Purses. Cigar Cases, etc
The prnductiuns la these goods are
richer aud more beautiful than ever, an.l
our stock makes a particularly attrac
live  showing.     It   is  dOt   too early  to  be
thinking al-out Christmas, and making
a mental note of where the finest goods,
and the largest varieiv  are to he found.
W. G* Thomson
8BT0A0TK.^Ik,RKR""',     Nelson, B.C.
F-ho.-isr, .1-4.
sorvici-s. T. (1. Procter and W. r.
Mawdelejr u*.,k eharge ,.i the arrangements. Mr. McElroy waa rr worn out
man though only 63. He Irrrs alwaya
been a very Imril worker, Crequentl; remaining out alone for montha at ���
time. Hi* wan the Drat pioneer of the
Crawford Hay district 11. - lias not communicated with hla family in years, and
declined ev< n al tli��* la-it to give a name
or address to Mr. Procter.
Serious  Accident.
John Angelo, a C. P. rt. section band,
suffered an accident yesterday morning
which may yel result fatally. Be wus
on a work train anil to avoid walking
back from the section liimsp. h.r jnmii.'il
from a moving car. no landed In a rock
cut anil was thrown partly across ih,-
track, Ihu wheels "I ll"' cars passing
over one lcc above tbe ankle nml the
oilier ahovo the Unco. Hoth Icps were
smashed. A call was seal i" Kelson to
meet a train at noon to take the Injured
man to the hospital, but later the order
was cancelled arid be was carried on an
engine and convoyed from the track up
to the Kootenay Lake hospital. The
shock and the loss of blood bad so weakened lilm that the doctors 'leeIderl not to
attempt ft���lputatlon for the present.
OPERA HOUSE
TWO    NIGHTS    ONLY
Monday and Tuesday
Nov. 4th and 5th
FIRST  NIGHT
"A WESTERN GIRL"
A. Bright Dashing Comedy Drama.
SECOND NIGHT
"THE EGYPTIAN OF POMPEII"
a Dramatisation of Bulwer C-ytton's
Famous Novel
'THE  LAST DAYS OF POMPEII.'
Hurler Hie direction of
Harold Nelson
AND
Clifford Lane Bruce
WITH
Helene Scott
AND
Joseph  DeStefant
Supported  by  a  special oompany.
SPECIAL SCENERY  AND
C08TUMES.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
wiiou-KHi-* nii-i Baton Daalsri in
Fresh and Salted Meats
OampS supplied on shortest notice nnd
lowest price. Nothing hut  trooh and
wholesome meats and supples kept in Mock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E.  C.   TRAVES.   ManaRer.
IsRehomed
i FOR
Its ScE/iEPY
Its Business Eher_jY
AND-
Ptire Ontario Honey,
5 lb. Tins,
$1.00.
)* A. IRVING & CO,
|Telephone Ml.
HOUSTON KLOOK.
PERSONAL.
l-\ Robinson of l^ernle, is at tho iiimn-.
Roborl rrvlng returned from the coast
Saturday uIkI-i.
W. Henderson, building Inspector! ar
rived from Victoria last night
\V. (.!. LVfcMorri.. and Mrs. McMorrli
huve returned from a trip to the coast
J. We, Weart. of Martin aud Wean.
Vancouver, spent yesterday in tha olty
a ED, McPhlllips, K. c . cams In from
Victoria last nl^ht en roqtf to (Jreen-
wpott.
It.  A.  COOk, nf the Altls ('h;ilm.i-H-Htil-
lock company, has returned From  BM-
nionton.
F .). Coulthan and H. Doyle, of New
Westminster, returned from Das! Kootenay  last  night  and   will   leave fnr*  the
coast tonight.
J, S. F. Glllum, formerly of the Kelson
branch Of the Itank of Monlnul, arrlvi-d
In the <*n.v  last   iilt-hi   aud   win   leave iu
a day or two for Qteenwoodi
K. V.  Bodwell ami   Mrs   Bodwell  ar
rived from 'he coast last night Mr.
Bodwell wi-nt over tn Oreenwood thin
morning,   Mr.s. Bodwell win stay a few
days with   Mrs.   Leslie Ciaururd.
FOR   8AL__.
rOBBALB A Pir-t i'Im-sh PuyimcMorlsg Piotarr
itii-siiM-c-i plsylui to full hotiM every OTenlttg,
Kiiml   bualneH]  QbtUtafl   for r tt-M��    iiihii,  i. i
retuoni f<T M.iiiug.   Ai'pij K. w. T., Oonoattn
LOS7.
LOST    A I'll mr hpl-ve��n the   Lmtt-vlcw  iumI   Trp.
in ont botou oontoinlns money, k tlakti tn
NttiiMiNii. hn'1 vniiinMc pupere. Kinder pleue
return to uoh Omot sad reodli 11 ��� rswftra
LOST- A LAUV'h I'MUKKI.I-A with gnlil rlininoil
It ftt) die    I.ft  ftt   K    V.   Hull, on   ni,;].t i.f .>mi|i
Rept, Finder platM return u< Pe-rker-i Km-
ploymenl Agtiiof end reowva rcwant.
GOLD chain, hctwi'in BooTor snd V*��rnpn
Btnwtt. Hniiiij.il- reward win be paid (or i-h
return,   Ko-Dsrmld .it IteHardy.
A HOOKBTBOOK eontolnlng s ilftied abenuepf
':,..,,i,���! Relle. MiHini' ''oinimiiy, |... ..,!..���
to 0. O. Weile, end letlcre. Fludur kindly
1'iivt* nl No PitOO Inn.
'���"*"-���������--
TO LET
TWO PIKHT-CI.AHH Ill.tlMH. st.,��m Ir.'slo.l
i.iv boQnkMtslr, am nhi. k. w. <:. i> k.
A|.
WANTED
WANTKH Tls Ms-sn   ths Tint to bs Ar,
Hntr-k or I'lrrr    will   irlv,-   11  ,-r rrts vtirlt  1
"trim.,   nil   K,,r>il     lllrrhrrr.       Ai,(r. 1 y    l��  Jr
',.'!..'II, . < ..-, r. I<*
iirrr-
1 lh,,
�����|rli
WANTKH Miiiinlliiu by \ouyy, BcotllttSfl (iniir
rU-d)wllllUK tn liLi'kli* nnylliliiK, ixpurli'iirdd
tn tiroi'Ty, wlni* nnd Ipfrlt tnidi*. KOAttt*
l>. D.( Dully cuiiidhifi Offloe,
A   I'AKTNKK    -.villi   13,000   to    |mr< Iuini*   n   IrilU
rtnob ni-ar Nelion   a good ipooulation. Put*
Hit need not Im m-Hvi-ly i'I1kiiki*iI nn thiu'Ii.
For parUcmlsri spply T o. pbootSb,
wani'I'M KitM-trli'iHii, KrifiliMh, imwiy nrnvod,
wiuil*. nUutitloti in iiiKiiilbitinii or    mihn work,
a idriHM h. w  ti., Hniiy Canadian,
wantkd   KiiKii-iiniiBii un. wnno* iltustfon for
wink or lon-.fr.  Kood    *-.*bol>ir,   used   to of"~~
routine.    Aidlri-HK ll, W  H   I'nIIy l'nnii.1 Inn
WAINTKU   iil'iirrhiiHca Coon t.iiat, UntU Buy
Apply J- H. W.,t-Hl_ Iiiln olli.r.
CHINAWARE
Owl--   to   an   In.'i'.iiHln*-  I>n>,l���,.HH  |���
111.' r-gulBT  !,���,"   ���r Drufl�� and  Stationery we must  have more room, an,I w|||
bav- io i-iir.s,- ..ut siv.'iiii of our "n|(i��
iin.'s."      w_  oominano-  with  china
WARE.    (Un- ni'W Hloirk In ull l��� r,rr lh.*
'XfflU iiii.ii', nml it  an   ,;,���.���  ln ut ()
Clearing  Out  Prlcea..
A vlr.lt (0 this _ap_rtm-_t will Inter-
(���Ht  ynu.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd,
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phone  81
INEUSOIN    IROIN    WORKS
���*.  A.   ISAAC
R.  W.  HINTON
BINC-lINEl-l-iS    ArNO   CONTRACTORS
POUNDERS AND
MACHINISTS
'{���.'IKil.-iMr-   ...,d   ,r.'l.l,l,,_   viccillnlwltlr   I >".��|... I _ |.       _)..���..,
Work, Mlnlria ....U .-.nil M����hl���.r>.     iM....^r.,_t-,*^ri
>.)rr_.   t-��rss.   H.   t*.    Coiitrii.tura'   *_��sr-��.
,r..! tun sun
INEUSOIN,    B. C.
A   INeCKTlfE*
that is fashionable and durable can ....
bought now at a price that i, sure to
tempt you. Winter stylet are being
shown. Come quick and get the pick.
Shirts, Collars and Cuff, galore. Mm
ium and Heavy Weight Pajamas ani)
Night Shirts at proper prices. Particular people will be pleased with our oiler
ings.
J. A. OILKER
THEREAREMANY
Places to have your prescription, filled.
But to have them properly and carefully
compounded    aa    your    phyiician   prescribes, bring them    to the    Popular    Store.
DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 25
Poole-Longhiirst Co,, Ltd.
HakiT and .limr-iihln.' HtH
\v<. would likp to scr* nil mir p_troMOom-.*-__la thla ���totar nnd m or'*''r tn
do so wc hnvo In stoirk thn best nKmirt nil   lln.' of   h.-.-nimr  Bliiv.r. anrl M_���-t
���torea and rangea over boforo prawatc- to tbr public in Kooton-r.
Wa would be  pleased to bIhiw yon    our line and before making your |iiii-
chane kindly aee what we have to idHwr.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.
Nelson Branch.
MNOUEUMS
CARPETS
Yon can always get what
you want in all kinds of House
r'urnisliiu^s at tlie
LOWEST
PRICES
AtJElNTfi*:
Mason-Risch
Pianos
Buck Stoves
and Ranges
Standard Furniture Company
Complete House Furnishers and Undertakers.
I'-r J
Miners'
Supplies
We nii.U"   u   -peolalty o*..**'-1.!^
t.ioIm, 1'iekH,   Bhovel-.    |)rl,''      ���,���
in rr inn." I.    Clin >.    or-  '�����'."; '������.
Ha.'llH, ata, 111 fuel eveiyllilHh ""
[irofpootor or lnluer.
_-���- ��J*-*   Supply VOiir
INe-clt.  In  TlilM  Uln-t.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd.
Wholesale
isi*i.so*N
Retail

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