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You can pay more, but can not
buy ;i purer or better minkkai.
,AM'Ki. than "HALCYON."
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Will  be delivered    every evening   st
your door for
so cerNT-s a moivti-i
FlPTT Cbnts a month
I Situation in Portugal ls
King's Open Endorsement   of   Premier's Dictatorship Drives Opponents to Extreme Steps.
Reports represent-
i loE that Portugal is <<n the em* of a
I m an   receive* here ��i.ii cau-
\\,.n. si  despatches     oomlng    directly
I country hav.   I n eansorad
.   ind rectly   from  across   the
[ , held more <>r leas trod, i   n
ii..:: reports   <m ii..'    ban   h
I h. Crown Prince am! the mo-
Heel  arr ,l<-nl.'l lo   the Por*
bore.   Meyertheleas ...
nap. nslon    ..i   newapapera,
I ...,,. meaanrea    iak.iii
.hat Preml. r franco's terms an ad.
1       tratlvi   1 ctatorahip, seems t.. show
I i. that    affairs   in    Portugfl
eniei.-d a  critical  pbaas
Tm   condition undoubtedly ha*, bo.-n
I an interview with King
hr-d laat week, announcing
I 1 jth in   Premier    Franco
I   . n to  al!..*..   Ih"   Premier
I time  I��r Qu boldUng ot
i ���.. 1.1  the  can..'?.      Thf   |iar.ia
I Uon    whirl!      has     I"-. n
country tor months past,
gigantic demonstration
nuary next, ... tores tha
[ 1 las   Premlei   Franco hut
/HI. Maje.1      '"ii.i endotaemenl <>f th"
. . iiiovcb ihls bopa al.nuit-
[        asolid 11 lug ih,-  .'i.tir,-  opposition
 1 republicanism. s.*in.r
ll.inii"! Lisbon proporietor <.r the neaas
Ijiapf-r Vanguardll,  which  was suppres-
... in Paris and oonslders thai
I . i*. Inevitable.   Thr* people are
[ '.. ;   dynaaty and the army  Is
I ,!.  in-   savs.
\ 1  rressaradenl  ol the Temps    who
I has returned after an Investigation "I
Portugal  an.)  who had  Inter-
Ittewi with King Carlos. Premier Fran-
I eo and ei Premier Caatro, ex-Mlnlater
.   uml    Worship    Dalpolmand,
jSei     Vllbena   cotmartlor ot state, ami
I os ���! 11 leaden, makes it clear
I that ih,- sltuaUon Is the    outgrowth or
is ivilliical    ends    an.l    affairs
ivi  been indorsed for years.
l/ind..n.  Nov.  25��� Th<*    Hall>      Mall
telegram rrom Premier Fran���
I ' P rtu ;ii    denying    absolutely   tha
I ���   ths   bBniehmant nt crown
I Prim.'  Louis and  ot  dissatisfaction   In
Uu iiivi
[Conler.nc.  on  Land  Reclamation   Held
In   Baltimore.
, Baltimore, M.I.. N,.v. .."..���The large
I . niativc attendance in.lay at
Ilf" opening ,.r the National Dralnaga
I > n convention In thla city af-
I '01 led . ndence oi the Importance al
| in . rnov *nt lor the reola-
nation ,i ihL. .wampy landa ot the coun-
r)    \ iiuiji.ni .��� oi iu,. statea have sent
1 to the rot-Terence and I ii
I !'ni in,, numerous men ot wide promt*
I " ������������ in addition to ths delegates appointed bj the Governors the attend-
'���"���������'������ Includes representatives or numer-
a out local drainage associations and also
I "frtcultiiral colleges In various parts ol
I ""��� country,
Tl. ���niiiK  ,,1   the  I'onvi'Ulion   took
I'I'"   in   McCoy   Hall   Of JohUS   Hopkins
1:' ��������� i ity, where tb. sessions will con
I tlnne during the nakt    two   .lays.   The
will be addressed by oovtvrnor
��ariii.i,i, Attorney-Oeneral   Bonaparte,
secretary of Agriculture Wilson. Beore
�����rj ���r   th0 interior   Onrlleld. Qlflord
nohot, chief or  the forestry servloei
��l�� Bmlth, chief or tbe geological de-
���'���" "t: ll. P, Newell, ehlaf of tho re-
| "tarnation servioa;  c. O.  BMlott, chief
��'the drainage ami Irrigation surveys;
senator Flint ���r California, author <>r
I1" general drainage bill; Benatora
I,.'' i1 "i Hlnneaota and Newlanda <>f
I Jevada, and Representatives Bede and
[ \''" rson ..f    Minnesota,    Small   of
Norm Carolina, Calderhead ��r Kansas.
'""i Qalnes or Ti nn. si se,
Former    Nel.onlte     Becomes    District
Passenger Agent.
I' II.
01 III
111 1
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lary,     nuv.     25. ��� The     reeenl
'"< in the nl'Kiilll'/.alioll Of the ('.
Will in.-an very much to tills part
" country.
iddltlon to the exienslon or the ill-
1 and the organisation <>f a pay-
' : di partment, which has already
announced, n passenger depart-
will beeatabllahed In ihls division.
��� Procter, win. has been traveUUlg
tiger agent, ims bean promoted n>
"Hliioii or illslrlel nassctig.ir agenl
noadquarters at Calgary. An offl-o
and staff will be established here m an
early data. This win meat, much to
tu. .llsirlct. and matters which In the
past had to  I.,   referred io Winnipeg,
in rmure will ba hi ni,., ra
Important as this Is. however, that
which is mon- Importanl !�� the tact
that a pay offlce will |���. op-shed bore
I hai iiiiaiis loss delay iu payments for
liii-t.-iiil ,..r waiting until a<i-ouni��� are
sent lo Winnipeg, ihey will be checked
and paid in Calgary.
To  Free  Philippines.
IloBton,     Mass..   Nov.     IB.���Historic
I'au.-uil  Hall  win lonighi  be lhe scene
of a notable meeting in support <>r a
plan   for   a   pledge   of   independence   lo
the Philippine Islands accompanied by
neutralisation or the territory. Among
those scheduled I,, address the meeting are Congressman James I.. Blayden
of Texas. James H. Blount, formerly
Judge or the flrsi Instance in the ciiii-
Ipplnes, and Congressman Samuel \\\
McCal] of Ma saachueetta, the mover or
the resolution in Congress embodying
.in- plan r.>r Philippine Independence.
Acknowledged   Crimes     in     Writing   to
Relatives���Admitted   in   Court
as  Evidence.
Rathdrum. Nov. 25.���A decided sen
sallon ��as created in the district court
when Mr Hawley. attorney ror the state
in lhe case of Sieve Adams, on trial for
the murder or Frank Tyler, read to th"
July iwo I.'tiers written lo Steve Adams while in the penitentiary at Boies
Mr.   Harrow  endeavored to  prevent  the
introduction  or the    totters, bnt    was
overiuied   by   tbe  court.    They  are  as
Leter  to   His   Uncle.
"State Prison. Idaho. March I, 1806.���
Mr. and .sirs. Oliver -My Dear Aunt and
Uncle: 1 received your moat weloome
let'er and was glad to hear Irom you
ail snd or your belief In my Inuoeenee.
I wish to Qod that I was. but I fell In
with had company and was led to commit a number of most vile sins, breaking lhe law of both man and Qod. Had
I stayed with my church and with the
raising ol my jntor parenls. who are. I
believe. In heaven, I would he a free
man today, hut I allowed myself to be
led Into sin most damnable. 1 am going to try to undo whal I have done
and sin no more. I expect when rny
friends find out the real truth they will
disown tne, but God knows I could not
help it. 1 hoi��e you will all pray for me
and for my forgiveness. I am just go-
Ing to tell the facts in thla case and
others, and put my trust in God to
_n:,!.- me through ii if I can do some
good the rest or my life, 1 am willing lo
try. I think that is all the poor sinner
can do when he has sinned so had.
"As to your basket, il will be very
thankfully received. The warden treats
me very kindly. I have plenty to eat
and a good place Io sleep. I have a lil-
tle baby boy almost three months old.
named alter my poor father, David.
Auntie, don't forget to pray ror tne. 1
feel the disgrace ol my sins very sharply. I have 4SII acres of land in Oregon,
aunt. I had my wife an.l liable*, put
wiih my friends, so people would not
bother lie'in lo death. She feels very
had. I am sure I asked her to pray
for me loo. She is the best woman In
the world. It nearly kills me to think
of the misery I have caused her. which
I will never cause again ESXCUSS a
short  letter.    When  people find out all
ihe tacts  in these cases i hope they
will   forgive  me.     Hoping to  tear    from
you all soon, I  will close, with love to
vou all.
Your nephew.        BTBPHBN ADAMS.
Letter to His Brother,
���noise. Idaho. March 6, 1906.- Mr. W.
T. Adams���My Dear Brother: I received votir mosl welcome letter. Was very
glad to hear rrom ymi and sis. anil or
your kind offer to help me out ,.r iny
trouble, which I do not deserve In the
least Brother, l have been living under a clouded sky as long ns 1 can
stand it. 1 am going to do the best 1
can to undo what has been done, as
near' as 1 can. by doing what 1 think
Is Jusi to my brotheis. my wife ami
family and riii'inls. ami what Is Just
In the sight <>r God. I
going to       to"       'he      whole
as near as 1 can remember it
lei on- blame rnii where it may.
oing lo h<'glt> " new lire right
You ran help n sinner like mu lots by
praying for ma, and. although I advise
you to stay with your rnmily. for they
'need vou, and you ran help just as
much there as lure. The lib' I have
lived is not worth living. II Is hell on
earth. I tried It thoroughly. I look
back with horror on Ihe last few years
or niv life, hut hope lo lie forgiven.
"If I  could think  il   Is right. 1   would
never see a trial, tml i know it is not
right  to  do  that  and  add  another sin
ns bad lo the rest of many. I know
lots of people who will look wilh scorn
on ma bul when Ihey know the truth It
mav be different, I can't go to my
grave with 'his load of sins on my soul
and think or my Hither nnd mother
praying ror in... Oh! Such a sinner,
"Brother,  pick   your    oompany  and
commence rlgM now: he sure to pii'k
lhe bos! and you will ne.er full, like
your brother. Ask my Montis to forgive me. ami also you and Joe must do
snme. (live sis nnd all the mile
my best regards and love.   Write
I ruth
I tun
right away, for a good letter helps me,
especially from my brothers,    Hon'i for
ror me,  the  sinner or sin-
get   to pray
nets     Hlrect ln the care of tlie warden,
llolse, Idaho.    Your Brother,
Big Establishment for
Fort William
Important Industry for Lake Town-
News   of Canada   From
Ocean to Ocean.
Fort William, Nov. 25.���The Fort
William Car Company, Ltd., which haw
been promoted by C. E. W. Smith of
the Carnegie Trust Company of New
York, has noon! completed the sale of
the company's bond issue of $1,200,000
to a goreign syndicate, which will be
lully organised in a tern days and work
i��n the plain will Im* began here. A.
II. Bysson, the new general manager
tit Hie St. Louis Car Works will have
charge of the concern, and with him
will Im- associated as sales agent H. W.
Morrison of tin* same concern, who Bold
to ihe Argentine Republic last rears
cars to the value of $1,600,00. Mr. Smith
says Kort William was* sel-'Cted because
the throe big railways advised it. Op-
orations will begin next September with
an output of 25 freight cars daily but
pas anger coaches will also be turned
out after the first year's o|>erationn
and Genera] Iftanager Syssnn is authority fnr the statement that from one to
two thousand men will be employed,
all of whom  will be skilled   mechanics.
WVta.--.kiwin. Sask., Nov. 25.���Sergt.
Williams returned yesterday after an
absence of two days, bringing with him
a prisoner from Duck Lake, a distance
of fiO miles west of this city. The prisoner whose, name is Steel Murdock. had
a quarrel with a friend, Im-uon, while
they wete working in a lumber camp.
It appears the qnarrel started by Inston
using strong language, when Mnrdock
struck him with nn axe. makinr? a deep
gash in Inston's shoulder. The preliminary hearing came up before a justice
nf the peace today when Murdock was
remanded for trial aud released on bail
being given.
Dryden. Ont.. Nov. 25.���Those killed
Friday at Webster's camp were: Jas.
,Forb<s. teamster of Poule. Perthshire.
Scotland; 1). Galovitch. Fete Khefcovic.
Mike Kosard, Frank Cocilit. Joe Four-
nan, and Tony Ouelavitch. The injured
were; Conne.l, Geo. Varlovic. and Mike
Marco. Cannell will be out of the hospital within a few days but it will be
several weeks before the other two will
be out of the doctor's care. The force
of the premature dynamite shock threw
out such a tremendous amount of rock
lhat all the men in reach were crushed.
The men who were killed were working
in the cut beneath the blast taking out
tbe Inose rock. It would take a couple
of hours tu charge the holes and they
would not have been forced until all the
men had left the work. Unconscious nf
the lini-ending doom they were calmly
at work When the rock tell. There were
probably two or three hundred tons of
rnck thrown into the excavation by tbe
explosion and that any of tlu-m escaped
is miraculous. At Webster's headquarters camn there is a well equipped hospital and the injured men were at once
r. moved there.
Maidstone.   Sank.,   Nov.   2!V���Richard
Thornton- aged u". employed   on   the
farm nf .1. Baxter near here, was found
dead on the nail one mile from town
Saturday. Thornton came to town with
a team for supplies and It is supposed
that when returning home the team ran
away throwing him under the wagon
which passed ever his hotly killing him
almost   Instnnlly.
Maidstone. Sask., Nov. 25.-���Rev. .1.
Farrin. an Anglican minister stationed
litre, died Wednesday night last of ty
phoid lever after an Illness o.
days. Deceased was formerly an Angli
can minister nt Fort William, Ont
came west only last  year.
Calgary, Nov. 25.���Fire which started
Sunday -did cnnsiderable damage to a
block near the corner of Sth avenue
and 1st street occupied by C.urnoy and
company, Hradley and Tuck and Miss
Lesson. T he tire started lu the rear of
the (Jurney dry goods establishment
and had obtained considerable headway
before an alarm was .sent in. The llames
spread overhead to the millinery store
of Miss LeeSOQ and In both these establishments there is greal loss from
lire and water.
Grenfell, Nov. 25.���An     Inquest     Into
the cause ot the death of Robert BraJth-
waite, who was shot by Corporal Dunn
while resisting arrest was opened by
the coroner today. Tho post mortem
Examination which was made by Dr.
OoughUn showed that death resulted
from Internal hemorrhage caused bv
the bullet wound. T. W. Wright, a
neighbor examined aj* to I.rullhwaltho's
disposition and corroborative evidence
as to the shooting WBJ given by Cons-tables Moses and Wilson. The Jury
writ only ont a few minutes and they
returned a verdict that Robt. Bralth-
waite came to his dei>th by a bullet tir
ed from a revolver in the bauds of Corporal Dann in seir defense while performing his duty. It is not likely that
au action will be taken against the corporal.
Winnipeg. Nov. 25.���400 cars of
wheat were shipped Saturday by the C.
I*. R. and forwarded to terminal points.
The amount of wheat which ia now being shipped by the company dally is
largely in excess of the amount now
being marketed. This comprises one of
the ta-gest day's shippings of the year.
Charles Garrity Succumhs to Stroke of
Another pioneer of the west has started on his "last, long trail." Charles
(larriety who has been In the Slocan
since 1SD2 died at Silverton Saturday
night, it is supposed, from a stroke of
In response to a telegram from J. T.
l.lack. provincial constable at New Denver. Dr. Arthur, district coroner, left for
Silverton this morning.
(Special to The Daily Canadian.)
New Denver, Nov. 25.���Charles Garrity, aged sixty-three, who has been
here since I.**-*���.*_. and is well known
throughout the district, died at the
Windsor Hotel, Silverton, Saturday, at
8 p. m. He was just down from the
Neepawa mine. He had been there all
summer. It is supposed that he died of
paralysis. He was taken ill Friday. Deceased was in Winni.ieg in 1S72 and
has been in the west ever since.
Sir Harry Colvil'e Killed.
London, Nov. 25.���General Sir Henry
Bdward Colville came to his death yesterday, as a result of an automobile accident. The general last evening was
riding a motor cycle down a country
lane in a hurry. I'pon turning a sharp
corner he collided violently with an automobile driven by his old friend and
battle field comrade. General Sir Henry
Seymour Rawlinson. General Colville
was thrown to the ground striking his
head and died from his injuries during
the night. General C'dvllle was liorn
in 1852- He was one of the generals
who were recalled from South Africa
during the Boer war owing to the disasters sustained by the troops of his
Presentation  by    Duke  of    Argyll    and
Canadians in  London  to  the
High'   Commissioner.
London. Nov. 25.���The Duke of Argyll, who was governor-general of Canada in 1S78-83. in behalf of the Anglo-
Canadians of London has presented
Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, the
Canadian high commissioned, with a
large silver centre piece, illustrative ol
the various phases of Lord Strathcona's
life. Replying to the presentation addresses, the high commissioner said he
hoped to soon resign his offlce to younger hands, but before doing so he desired
to see the proposed Ail Red route by
way of Canada to the far east an accomplished  fact.
The Duke of Argyll is having a busy
Anglo-Canadian time. Hhe presided at
the inaugural luncheon of the French-
Uritish exhibition at Shepherd's Hush,
in which Canada has decided to take
the f..remost colonial place with 120,000
feet of exhibits, and what is officially
described as a palace of unequulled
magnificence, for the display of Canadian  products and  manufactures.
At luncheon T. P. OTJonnor warmly
eulogized Canada's enterprise in a project so well calculated to make closer
ties between France and the Hritish
empire. Canada's promised magnificent
display would be a fitting sequel to the
new'y completed Franco-Canadian
treaty. The Duke oT Argyll and Lord
Si i aihcona   conducted  the  party.
Lord Strathcona conducted the party
over the grounds and showed them the
progress being made with the foundations of the Canadian and other pavil
lions. The exhibition will be opened in
���May. 11.08.'
Thin afternoon the duke went to Lord
Strathcona's house iu C.rosvenor Square
to present him with a handsome silver
centre piece from the Anglo-Canadian
community. The centre pieces were emblematic of some of many phases of
Canadian life, with which Lord Strath
cona has been associated.
.1. H. Vanstone left by the Spokane
train last night for Mexico where he
has valuable mining Interests.
HJ, Miltonherger. superintendent of
the Canada Zinc Company's reduction
plant, returned from St. Louis last night
and Im at the Strathcona.
W. B. Hudson is In from Lnten-
dresse Creek where he ls making excellent progress on a wagon road through
tho valley of the Slocan River.
W. A. Macdonald. K. C, returned last
n:ght from Vancouver where he attend
ed the sittings t.f lhe Full Court and later the provincial Conservative convention.
Major A.. 1ft Hodgins, whose recent retirement from tbe engineering staff of
the .National Transcontinental Railway
caused a sensation, arrived from the
east last night and ls at the Strathcona.
8. S. Taylor, K. C, returned last
night from Vancouver wher he attend
ed the Full Court for the delivery of
Judgment on appeal in Star vs. White.
O'Brien and Healy Back
in the Fold
Will   Support  Birreli's   University
Bill. Worry Landlords and Then
Work for Home Rule.
London, Nov. 25.���Nationalists unity
appears toTie on the eve of accomplishment. Communications have been passing between tlie leaders of the party
and William O'Brien, member of parliament for Cork, speaking at Hall Veaul-
len, Wexford, today, expressed the belief that all Nationalist representatives
soon would be brought under the same
Timothy Healy, Nationalist member
of the parliament for the north division
of Louth, wrote also expressing his approval of the suggested terms of the
agreement but requesting that the question of his readmission into the jarty
should be deferred. It Is understood
that the terms of the proposed agreement are that the chief work or the
coming session of the parliament should
be Chief Secretary Birretl's new university bill, that the agarlan agitation
in Ireland should be to a great extent
suspended and the efforts of the party
devoted to securing an amendment to
the lands acts through further concessions by the landlords, while preparations should be made to raise the home
rule question on Gladstonian lines at
the next general elections.
Italians perish  in  Tenement  Fire���  Incendiarism  Suspected.
Thirteen persons lost their lives and
several others were injured early today
in a tenement house fire at 109th st. and
2nd avenue. All the dead were Italians.
Seven of the thirteen were children.
The bodies were found huddled together In rooms on the top floor of the
four storey building where the stricken
people had been driven by the flames
which rushed up from the lower floors.
They had been caught and doomed to
death before they succeeded In reaching the windows which led to the fire
escapes and safety. Some had been
involved in the flames and burned alive.
Otheis. overcome by smoke were spared the agony of death in the flames.
That the fatal flre was the work of incendiaries who sought revenge. Is the
opinion of the police and firemen who
made the first hasty examination. Three
weeks ago three Italians were caught in
the attempt to rob a safe In the saloon
of Guisepi-e Cudano, on the ground
floor. The safe contained over $2,000
which the saloon keeper's friends had
drawn from hanks during the money
panic. The would be robbers were arrested and are now awRiting trial. Tlie
fire of today started In Cudano's saloon
and the police believe that it may have
been the work of friends of the prisoners who took this means of squaring the
account with the saloon keeper. Cudano !irst discovered the fire when he
went to open his place of business this
morning. As he opened tbe door he was
met by a ruch of flames and without
waiting a moment to investigate, dash
ad up the stairs to the tenements
above, crying out to the occupants that
���-the building was on flre and to run for
their lives. When he reached the rooms
occupied by his own family he burst In
the door and seizing his young son in
bis arms told Mrs. Cudano and other
members of the family to follow. Cudano and the boy mnnaKed to And '.hoi.
way down the stairs to the street but
before the women could get through
the flames had out off exit. It Is supposed that Mrs. Cudano and the other
children sought safety In the upper part
of thi- building. So quickly did the
flames spread that almost before the
firemen arrived the whole building was
aflame. Kven the cries of the women
and the shildren were drowned by the
roar and crackling of the flames, the
hissing engines and the frantic crowd
which pressed as closelv as possible to
(he fire lines. Not a single person was
���een to appear at any of the windows of
the building.
Railway Companies Before Commission
���Restrictions Must Go.
Albany, Nov. 25.���The efforts of the
railroads operating In New York state
to override tho demand for 2-cent mileage are to form a subject, of investigation by the public service commission.
Representatives ol all the ronds have
been summoned to appear before the
commission today to show cause why
they should not he directed bv the commission to Issue   interchangeable  mile
age books of 1,000 and 500 miles at a
Uniform rate of 2 cents and without
many of the restrictions now placed upon the sale . f mileage books by some of
the larger companies. A special effort,
will be made to abolish the practice
of some of the roads of Issuing mileage
books at a higher rate than 2 cents and
afterward giving rebates.
Th e commission has already conducted a ihorough investigation of fares
and mileage throughout the state from
which It appears that while seven-
eighths of the roads issue 1'000-mile
books the practice is hedged about
with restrictions that prove both costly
and inconvenient to the public. At present 500-mile books are issued over only
a little more than half the total mileage
of the state.
Freak   Race.
Paris, Nov. 25.���Following the recent
auto race from Pekin to Paris, the Martin has decided to organiz** a race from
New York to Paris via Chicago, Alaska,
across the Behring straits, Siberia and
Karl     Stephanie    Succumbs    After   14
Hours Suffering���Within  3
Weeks of Release.
Karl Stephanie, a German, aged 35
years, died in the provincial gaol last
night at 10.30, as the result of a succession of epileptic fits.
Stephanie was committed on July
l:ith last from Arrowhead for vagrancy
and theft and arrived at the gaol on
July 17th. He was a well-behaved prisoner and the reduction of his sentence
by the usual remission for good conduct would have entitled him to his
freedom on the morning of December
Twice before since his Incarceration
Stephanie has suffered from similar attacks, the first, on Aug. 29th, nearly
proving  fatal.
Yesterday morning he appeared quite
well, ate a hearty breakfast, swept out
a corridor, and sat down in his cell to
read  the  Salvation Array   War Cry-
At 8.30 he collapsed in an epileptic
fit. The gaol physici������n. Dr. Rose, was
sent for but could noi be found at once.
Dr. Willson was summoned. Dr. Rose
arrived later, and either he or Dr. Har-
tln was in constant attendance till the
end which came at 10.30 p. ra.
Apart from Vhe recurring attacks of
epilepsy Stephanie appeared to enjoy
good health and had gained 20 pounds
since his arrival  at the gaol.
He is believed to have a wife and
child living in  Winnipeg.
Dr. Arthur, coroner, was notified at
once, and will hold an inquest on his
return from Silverton tonight. The
body has meanwhile been removed to
the Standard Furniture Company's undertaking establishment.
Pauline Johnston.
The concert by Pauline .1nh.ixt.on and
Walter McRaye under Hockey Club auspices will be given in the opera house
this evening.and Is certain to be largely attended. All who enjoy elocution of
the highest class and are interested in
tales of the Habitants or the Indians
of Canada will thoroughly enjoy the
Friday  Night's   Ball.
The sale of tickets for the ball in aid
of the sanatorium has already beaten
all records. AH that remains now by
way of preparation is the decorations
and refreshments. The former will be
attended to on Friday. It has been decided to ask for contributions for the
supper and Mrs. Arthur, secretary of
the Nelson branch of the society, will
undertake that task this week. Citizens
ar��* reminded that the proceeds of the
ball will be made Nelson's first contribution In any form toward the maintenance of the sanatorium.
Methodist Anniversary.
The Methodist Church was crowded
at both services yesterday nn the occasion of the anniversary. Tho evening
service was especially well attend ��� I
The singing by a choir of 20 voices was
excellent, "Lord of Heaven" t-eillg
splendidly rendered, as was also SuUi-
van's "Lost Chord" by the double
quartette, consisting of Misses Annanle
and Tollington, sopranos, Mrs., Thur-
ninn and Miss IVinstadt, altos, Messrs.
B' nedlct and ICmory, tenors, and Messrs. Sullivan and Shaw, bass. The pastor's sermon, "An Old Fashioned Des-
cription of Going to Church," was a
discussion of the present relations of
church and people, what the individual
had a right to expect from his church
and what he owed to the chnrch. An
anniversary social will be held this
evening for which an excellent musical
programme has been prepared.
Roosevelt and Bryan Have
No Differences
New York Herald's Discovery of Exact Parallel on All Subjects of
Present Importance.
Kaiser Enjoying England.
London, Nov. 25.���Emperor William
continues to Improve in health and enjoys daily walks and drives about the
neighborhood of High Cllffe. He has
decided to prolong his stay for a week
or two beyond the fortnight originally
contemplated and is planning short motor drives. The Emperor yesterday attended the village church joining heartily In the singing of the hymns. A despatch from Athens Elites that the Emperor exp_octed to visit Corfu In February to inspect the Castle Aehllleion,
which he recently ac-.ulred.
New York, Nov. 25.���The New Yorfc
Herald presents Mr. Roooaevelt and
Mr. Bryan as Siamese twins. In support of this characterization it produces
various extract^ from the speeches of
the President and the Democratic lead-
rr. For example, on the subject of labor, Mr. Roosevelt has said: "So far aa
It Is in our power it should be our aim
steadily to reduce the number of hours
of labor with, as a goal, the Introduction
of an eight-hour law. Both the state
and fed eral governments should provide the machinery for what may be
called the compulsory investigation of
controversies between employers and
employees when they arise. Neither
should be left completely at the mercy
of the stronger party to the dispute,
regardless of the righteousness of their
claims." On the same subject Mr. Bryan
has said; "I believe one of the most important things we have to consider is
whether it is time to establish a Board
of Arbitration that will bring peace between capital and labor."
Mr. Roosevelt thus attacks plutocracy: "There exists no more sordid
and unlovely type of social development than a plutocracy, for there is a
peculiar unwholeBonaeness in a social
and governmental ideal where wealth
by and of itself is held up as the greatest good. There is no objection In the
minds of the people to any man earning any amount of money if he does
it honestly and fairly. But there Is a
growing determination that no man
tsha_J am-i^s a great fortune by chicanery and wrongdoing so far aa it la in
the power of legislation to prevent.*"
Mr. Bryan says: "Plutocracy is abhorrent to a republic. It is more despotic
than monarchy, more heartless than aristocracy. The Democratic party does
not menace a single dollar honestly accumulated; it desires to protect the rich
and poor alike in the enjoyment of the
proceeds of labor."
Dealing with campaign contributions
the President thus declares himself:
"Let Individuals contribute to the cam-
paign expenses of any party, but let us
prohibit in effective fashion all corporations from making contributions for
any political purposes, directly or indirectly." Mr. Bryan says substantially
the same thing In fewer words: "Contributions for a campaign fund ought
not to be corporate���they ought to be
On the vexed subject of railway rates
the President says: "The immediate
and most pressing need Is the enactment into law of some scheme to se-
sure to the agents of the government
such supervision and regulation of
rates charged by the railroads of the
country as shall summarily and effectively prevent the imposition of unjust
or unreasonable rates." Mr. Bryan's
position Is thus stated: "The Democratic party is pledged to legislation which
will empower the commission to protect Individuals and communities from
discriminations and the public at large
from unjust and unfair transportation
There Is no doubt that under RooBe-
velt the Republican party has greatly
changed its character. It has become
almost as rudlcal as the Denmcr atic
party under Mr. Bryan's leadership.
The chances are, however, that with
the disappearance of Roosevelt the Republican party will again become conservative and the natural refuge of the
substantial business interests of the
country, while the normal restless and
radical elements will resume their normal and natural connection wit h the
Democratic   party.
Jamestown Exposition Nears End.
Norfolk, Va., Nov. 25.���The final week
of the Jamestown exposition began today and a special effort is being made
to make it the banner week ot the big
fair in both interest and attendance. A
big parade and review was h-vld today
in celebration of Army and Navy Day.
Wednesday will be Raleigh Day, with
addresses by Major Johnson of Ralcb-h
and Ciovemor Glenn of North Carolina.
Friday will be Crysanthemum I">ny nnd
the closing day will be Tucker-Martin
Day, dedicated to the president and
director-general Of the exposition. An
elaborate exhibition of erysanthemuins
and other flowers will be held throughout the week.
Prices of Metais.
New   York,  Nov.   25.���Silver,  58%c;
copper, 12-Vfcc.;  lead,  $4.75.
London.   Nov.  26.���2 6   15-16d.;   lead,
I ��1G, 10s.
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Tne iJaiiy Canadian
Clothing,    Gents9   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 eau promise you the best value ever of-
1  fered in the city.
In the meantime it will pay you to await their   arrival
before making your purchase.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
Capital Authorized   $10,000,000    Capital  Paid Up $4,860,000
Rest $4,860,000
D. R. WH.KIE. President.
HON. R.OKEKT JAFFRAY, Vice-President
Branches in F.r.tish Columbia:
Interest allowed on  deposits  from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
nelson bmanoh ��J��   IVIs,   -L.A'Vsj   Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated  A.   D.   1869.
 $3,900,000     Re.erve Fund	
.. .$4,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kind, of Banking  Business.
��� ��C1AL ATTENTION given to the
8avings Bank Department, and
Interest credited Quarterly on
Saving. Bank Accounts.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Published Us flayt- a weet oy ihe
Baker St..   Nelron, B. C
Buoscriptlon rates, Wj cent" a month dellTered
lo tbe cut, or 15.00 a year ll i.*ut by mall, when
paid ln advance.
Advertlsin** rat*.!* on application.
All monlf-* paid ln settfetnent ol Tht; Dally
Canadian account!, either Jut enbecrlptloni OI
-.dveriiMtne, must bi receipted lor on the printed
"orms ol the Company. Utber receipt! are not
Monday.   November 25,   1907.
Forecasts art:-  already   .i.-iiiu  inaoV (if
thi* measures to Ix? laid before the Dominion   parliament  during  the
which in soon to convene.
It is gratifying to learn from despatches that then- will be many applies
tions for charters for new railway
lines, especially in the west. Even
with one transcontinental line built,and
two more being built, then* will mill be
plenty of room for more. Practicall)
all of Canada's roads run east and west.
It is time that some roads wc re bull, to
open up our northern territories. In
the west, with the exception of the Yukon, Kdmonton is still the northern limit of railway service. Hut Edmonton i
very far from being the northern Uml I
of habitation and of profitable cultiva
tion. Every year new knowledge ii-
being acquired of the farther northwesi
and the ana of known habitable land Is
extending steadily farther Into tli*- Mac
kenzie   valley.
Hut railway charters will noi be the
chief business*, in be dealt with nt the
oomlng tension, and tiny are certain nol
to be the most Interesting elthi r to the
house or to the country.
In the last session before a genera
election, and that this will be the last
of the present parliament Is generally
admitted, members are apt to forge.
their colleagues; and even their leaden
and to address their opuUtuendei
through the medium of Hansard anfl the
press gallery.
British Columbia's representatives
especially will have a lot of explaining
to do.    It Is Inevitable that the Oriental
Immigration question should come up
for discussion, and eastern members
will naturally Inquire of their western
colleagues   why  they   silently   acquit;s
ced in the ratification of the treaty with
Japan if Us terms were so unfavorable
to Hritish Columbia as recent developments indicate. What will our Solid
Seven say? Will they pretend lhat conditions have changed in the interval, or
will they plead that they were misled
by the assurances of the Hon. Mr.
Fisher, the Dominion.- last special envoy to Japan? The first alternative
win be too transparent to deceive anyone in Hritish Columbia; the second
will   be  latal  to the  government.
Hut perhaps the most interesting feature of the session will be the changes
in the cabinet, those already effected
and those that are Inevitable. That
august body is partially cleansed but
some rather highly colored stains re
main Messrs. Graham and Pugsley
will face 'in Dominion parliament for
iin Inst time; tbe former will have tn
explain tbe Joggling with figures In the
financial reporl or the Intercolonial rail
way, and the latter will have to sub-
ite of withdraw his charge d< .*>
ed foi tour years, that it. l. Borden was
a party to a conspiracy in the campaign uf L904. Then, according to tie
Toronto World, which always claims
and occasionally has. inside informa-
L| n Sir Fred. Hoiden Is at last to relieve the country by retiring, and ���*
general shuffle of portfolios is content'
At Our
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Tickets for sale for the Tuberculosis Ball November 29th. For      ���"
sale also at Canada Drug and Book Co.    Tickets $1.00;  Supper 50c.      ^r
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Whether any measures of real importance will be submitted or not is not
yet known, but certainly the coming
session should be without a dull moment.
Dates of Consistories.
Rome, Nov. 25.���It has been decided
definitely to hold the next secret con-
sltory on December 10, when Mgr. Gas-
parri will be appointed secretary of the
congregation of ecclesiastical affairs,
and the Arch.bishop of Hheims and Mgr.
Andruia. Archbishop of Marseilles, will
be appointed cardinals. A public consistory will be held on December 19th.
On this date the red hat will be placed on Cardinal Kinaldini, ex-papal nuncio to Spain, and Cardinal Augirre,
Archbishop of Hurgos, Spain, who were
raised to ttu; cardinalate at the last consistory.
Football dates.
New Haven. Nov. 2D.���It Is announced
that the football receipts for the season
for Vale will reach approximately $80,-
000. While this is not a record breaking amount, It is unusually high. Yale
and Harvard shared equally $-58,000
after Saturday's game, and the receipts
of the Yale-Princeton game, also split
between the teams, amounted to 966,	
The partnership heretofore existing
between Wm. Lacey and Wm. J. Dent,
under the firm name of Lacey & Dent,
auctioneers and second-hand dealers,
has this day been dissolved by mutual
con-sent. All accounts due the firm to
be paid Wm. Lacey at the store on
Baker street, where all accounts against
the firm will also be paid.
Dated November 21st, 1907.
���u tin* nutter of an application for the issue of
lti-i.l   atetoftbO   -'ertlhcat. h of   Title to   lot*. 11.
13 mi"i it, group i, West Kootenaj, DUtrlot, also
known at- tne 'Kootenay duel," "i.'oinfort'" and
"Luui" miner*] claims respectively.
MoUos li hereby Riven that it is ray intention
In (MOO at the explratlou of one mouth after the
lirt-t publication hereof a duplicate of Certificate
of title "*<>- OWle of an undl*.ided Ml louthr. In
each Of t-0 H-.o., lots, Issued on the 17th day of
May, A 1>. liw. in the name of John c. Ainsworth,
aii<i sUo a duplicate ot Certltleate of Title No.
i.y.HJa ef hii 'iii.11v-.-l'd t'J lix-tlir* lu each of tli"
shove lot-, la-rood OO the 17th day ol MHy, A. l>
I*****;, in the name ol Ocorj-e J. A1 ui-worth.
Land RegistryOfflee,sftlaoli,B.0., August (ith
H. K. MacI.icoi*,"
District Keiclitrnr
Notice Is hereby given thai at the
next meeting of the Hour.i of License
Commissioners f..r tbe l.intrict of Ymir
bo be lu-ld afu*r the expiration of thirty
days, I Intend to apply for a transfer of
il.. 1.1*:..-use for the drove Hotel from
iiiys If to William (lo.nell.
l'-rneiit Q. Ilord.-n,
I By his ultorney,  Win. Gomiell.
Hated  thiB   12U1   day   of   November,
1 1W7. .,   __.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersign, d persona hav,: mud.: application under the pr.iviKlon.s of the "Liquor License Act," 1900, for Hotel Licences at the places set opposite names.
John Marshall, Marshall Hotel, Kitchener.
Kred Adle, Port StiepparU Hotel.
O. T. Snow, Outlet Hotel,  Procter.
C. B). Burgees, Kdna Hotel, Patterson.
Archibald & Davis, Palace Hotel,
J. W. Masterson, Ytnlr Hotel, Ymir.
B. M. Peters, St. CharleB Hotel,
John Brtau, Cosmopolitan Hotel.
G. S. Coleman, Waldorf Hotel. Ymir
Samuel Miller, Miller Hotel, Ymir.
Louisa McPeak, Sirdar Hotel. Sirdar.
Wm. Gosnell, Grove Hotel,  Fairview.
Malelte & Johnson, Kootenay Falls
Hotel, Slocan Junction.
J. 11.  Hunnex,  Mersey Hotel, Erie.
E. E. McArthur, Northern Hotel,
Geo.   Mead, Creston   Hotel,  Creston.
Alex. McKesson, Erie Hotel, Erie.
Joseph Walker, Erlckson Hotel, Bi
Edith Gllle, Vancouver Hotel, Ymir.
Win. Cray. Salmo Hotel, Salmo.
<;,-... Munro,  Munro  Hotel  Creston.
A inc..ting of the Board of Licence
I'omni IssloneiH, will he held to consider
such applications, at the Court House,
at Nelson, on Monday, the Kith day
of December, 1907, at the hour of 2
o'clock in the afternoon.
Chief Licence Inspector.
Nelson, B. C, ir.lli  November.  11.07.
Nelnon Land Districts   District of Wont Kootenay
Tako  notice   that ('ha Me* 0.   Kceder, of Hi..,.
��� ������-!������    i'i ' i..-   Htate of  WnnhltiKton, U   S. A.fln-
iii-'ii.i ��i;riii,   Intends  to apply for a special tlm
her licence over thr followliiK d��arrlb��d lando.
(1)   CommenclnK ai a i>.***t   planted about  ;iiki
.   Im! i'mki ol   the welt  fork   nl M i-.*-loii   creek, out*
1 ball unit- nortb ol tbe international  boundary
We will sell Hi.   balance of the lines at  NET COST PRICES.    Now i    your
chance to gel a bargain in a coat.
CHILDREN'S   UNION   UNDERVESTS   AND   DRAWERS,   regular   p.i<"   IT.
Cents  at  25  cents.
\\'..  hnve  a lot   of odds and  ends tn   I.udi,-s'   and   Children's   Wool   Y'-kIs
and Drawen ;.i Coal Prices i" clear.
line, about U*n miles east of KykertP, B C.,
thence Mtttb 4o elianiB, to tlie international
boundary Urn-, then ��� \��*��t l>0 chatntt, thence*
north -Ul.-halHB, them c ���*���**��� t b*t i haiuit to the
point of oommenoemoot, and coutainin*- 640
acrea, more or less.
UH-ated the _!nd Oetobor, A D , 1907.
.har[.k��*'-. RirniK.
(.'��� t'om: :������:. in a at a i-omi hoooi half a mile*
���mi of the weal [ork ol Mbaton cret-k, about one
and a half miles north of the tntertiatioua]
boundary Une. about ten mile" esatof Rvaerta-
B. t' . thence weft W chains, theuce north ���*>
chains, tbence e*��t So (halns, thence south 80
chain** to the point ol ooamsneemonti and con-
tatniUR t>ti) acrea, more or loot,
I-4>t-al*-il the 22n<\ day ol October, A.I>. liarj.
(:t) (.'ommeiirlng at a nn*t on the internation
al boundary line otic mile ea-l of the east fork of
Mi-**.on creek about It miles east of KykerU*.
B .'., thence east 10 phtlnt, thenCO north ISO
chains, theuce mj chains wc**t. tliem. iu ehaina
Koiith, theme It) chains east, thence HO chains
south to the point of cominenciincut and containing ij4(j acrea, more or leas.
Located the 28r_ day of October, A.I) . 1907.
Nelson Land District M-trfctot West Kootenay.
Taae notice that 1, W a Hudson, of Spokane,
Wash , occupation tlmb'-r cruiser, liitetid to apply tar a special tim n .i autM over the following JtMonbod latM*-      Commonet���i at a post
planted on the north tmnk ol Summit QrssS. and
marked W. A llud-ou's .J W. corner, thence
north 40 chains, theuce east 160 chains, tbonoe
soiiih 40 chains, thence west loo chains to the
point of commencement, conulnlnK CIO acres,
mare or Jess
fiateil Nov. 2, 1907. W, A. HpOOOK.
Nelson Land Ulslrlct.   lJUtrict of Wesl Kootenay.
Take notice that W A. Hudeon, of Bpofcano,
Wash., occupation tim>j��.*r cruiser, liitt-nds to apply for a special titntr-er licence over the foilow-
ini* described lands: Commencing at a pot
planted on the south bank of the Qortb forV ot
Corn oreoS. ibonco aoulh 4i chains, thenee west
160ohalna. tbanoa north to chains, thonoo wast
160 chains to the point of commencement, con-
talnir.K r.io acre**, more or less.
Uaied Nov. 5th, r>*7. \V, A. HUDSOK.
Nelsop Land Dintrict.   District oi Wtst Kootenay
Take notice that W a Hudson, ol Bpoksns,
~'asii., OOOOpatton tlmb..-r cruiser, intends to apply for a special Umber llcanoe over the follow
HisT desert lied Unds; < ommeucliiit; at a poat
pi Anted on the aaal st-a < f the ."south fork of the
north fork oi Corn creek, theuce south no .-haiu*.,
thence west h.j cbaltw. ihence north-v) chains,
thence east BO Chalni to the point of Commencement, cauuiiiH. | ''i'i acraa. more or le-a
Hated NOI   6th, 1*07. W   A.  MupiSOH.
Nelson land Dlatrtot.   District of We** I KiKitenay.
lake notice thai W. A. Hudson, Ol Spokane.
Wa*h., occupation timber orn���wr, inui ���!�� to apply far a -���������"���i*.: iimr.er !; 'nice over the following daaenbed   Landa:   < ..muienclnK at a jm>si
pluriterl about BOO feet north of the iiof.fi
lork of Corn creek, theme *-oulli nu chains,
thence west So chains, thence uoih N)
chains, thence east no chains to the point of
coinmt_rirenict.it, coniaiulug 610 acres, more or
Dated Nov. r.th, IWl. W. A. Hudson.
Nelson tjiwi District.gDistrlct of Wesl Koolenay
inke n.ii-,.. tiuit w. a. Hudson, of Bpoksna,
Wash , occopaUoD timber cruiser, Inteii'ls to apply for a spc it-j timber II anas orsr ths following dooorlbed lauds: CouimeucinK at a post
planted about BOO feet north oi the north fork of
Corn n.'i k   tm me north MO  chains    theuce wet
wi ohaini. tbom ��� rauto *> chains, thanoa ea-t no
Chalni toil.. ,...iui ol commencement contain
ing M0 acre*., mora "r |ea��.
DstSd Nov. Bth, 1907. W. A. BddSOS
Neison Laud District.   District of Weil Kooteuay
Take in.tic   that   W   A.   Hudson,  of  Ppokauc,
V7aab . ooenpatloo tlmbar crolosri intends t*. ap.
ply fai a **[.e. ttti tiinb-r li.cuct* over the fallow
ing dotrCribed lands: ConU���snslng at a posi
[limited about BOO let I north of the uorth far* of
Corn ereok. tbanoa k>uUi nn chains, thonoo cast
BO chains, theme noitn "*" chains, tbSnOS WOOl W>
clialio. to tii>* point af commencement, containing I*to acres, more or less.
Dated KoT.Sthi 1907. W. A. KDDSOS.
Nelson Land District.   District of WsSt Kootenay
Take notice that W. A. Hudson, of Hnokane,
Wash., ocoupatlon timber cruiser, Intends to apply for a IpoChU timber licence over the following, described lands: Commencing at a post
planted ahooi '200 feel north of the north forlt of
Corn creek, thenee south 80 chains, ihence west
80 chains, then c north 80 chain-, Ihoice ea-d HO
chains to ihe point of commeucement, containing fiih acres, more or less.
Dated Nov. nth, 1907. W. A. BVMOX,
Nelson Lsnd District,   District of Wesl Kooteuay
TSJtS notice thSt W A. HudHou, of r-itoitane,
Wash., occupation timber CtnJMfi Intends to ap-
pl> I'm n special timber 1 lien no over tho following doacrtbad  lands:    Commencing at a past
planted about -jn feet north ot the north fork ol
Corn creek, thenee south no chains, theuce east
80 chains, thanee SOrtS 80 chains, thence wesl nu
i huiiih to the point a| couiiiioncemcnt. contain
ing 040 acres, more or leaa.
i'ated Na,   'Uli, IUU7. W   *-HODSOS.
Nelson Land iM-trlct.   Dlslrlct of West "ooteney
lake notice that W, A, Hudson, of Hnokane,
Wash. 00 upatlon limber ciulser, Intends to ap
]���!/ for a ttpi-eia) tlintier licence over the follow-
lug described lands: Commencing at a past
planted on tha south tank of the main Corn
cre.-k and   adjoining   tlmb-r   licenee   No.   iu._5-i.
thenoe south 40 chalna, thencswest ISO chains,
thenee north 40 r halns, them c eaat LOO chains to
ihe point of comin* ncemeni, containliiK 640
aerc,., rnori* or less.
Dated Nov. 7th, 1907. W. A. BTOSQS.
Notice ih hereby given that on dars alter date I
intend to apply U> the Hon. chief Commissioner
<d J-ands aud ' orks for per mission lo pun base
lbs loilo-wiiii- described lauds, situated in Went
Kootenav disiri. i: ''uinmciieliig at a ix.ht marked by name as initial post of lhe Houth Fork
biaiich.one hundred feet from the Junction ol
Lost creek with the south fork; thence one-
quarter mile to the northwest (jorut r post,thenea
i.ne mile to the northeaat oorner pott, thence
You can buy a lo-acrc Fruit Ranch  in   the best   fruit-growing district
in British   Columbia by paying   $io down and Jio per   mouth.
Even as an investment this is worth consideration.
Fruit Land has trebled in value within on year.  What will it do next year?
J.   E.   ArNNAB
one-rjuarter  mile  to the southeast corner post.
thence one mile lo   the place of commencement
June 27, 1907. Located by Wm   Connollt.
Nelson la��nd District    Districted West:Kootenay
Take  notice that   I, t harlea Sidney  1-eary, ol
Burton eiiy, b. C . oocupatton (armor, Intend to
aw-ly for permission to purchase   the   following
described land. Comnlas-slitc ai a post planted
about five miles northwest from the mouth ol
afoequlto creek and marked "(_'. H 1**1 nartheasi
corner," tbanoa south  BC chains, tlo-m .-  %*.�������� -ui
chains, thanes north so chsins. thenoe aaal so
chains lu point of commencement, coiitaiiung
640 acres.
--���-,* 7th, I9tr7. charijw Bnsnnr Lcary
Nelson I-aud Dtsirict.   District ol West Kooteuay
Take notice lhat H   Williams, DOCUpatton  ran
cher; K  ri. HrkIiui-s. occupation electrician] and
K A. Y Hmjth, -H'cupaiian lumberman; all of
Procter, B-C., intend to apply for a ��-p.-eiai timber licence a.vcr the follawtng dCMrlbed land-.
Com me n'-lug ata post about three mile-, east of
wiisonCreek on south shore of Kootenay  Lake
thenee   south HO  chains,   thence   east HO   chains,
thenopnoi���i so chslneVthsnoe we��i Mcnal���i to
point  of coinrneii'cinent, containing Mi.  acres,
more or less.
Hepteinl'er Xnib, 1907. H. Wii.ium-,
k.8. BaaTiHoa,
K   H.  1'. SMYTH.
b.'%^^^.'��. *%.'%.'%-*'
llav." v.... lii'iinl of it* m * '
st,,,.- mads .���K,,.,'i;.n.v for r.v l
WI....1 the wet waatiw >��. h�� J
Hade m man's and ��,""";'"^ f
Calf c _,_dPullDo��l>lsl*l
Price, Women's	
Men's     i
Propritt**" .
R.   ANDREW   4   CO.
��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-^���������������*********4i I
*Nelson Land Dl'trir.t. District ol Wesl Kooteuay
Take notice that 1, John Jaiiie*. ( am.iron. o
Fernle. B. C, oc.upalioti ooptrSCtOr, intend t��
ap|dy for a special timber license over tin- foi
lowing described lands:
.No. I.   Commencing at a post pUute
three    miles   from   the   ��*SSt   loop   of   th
rtouthcrn Ky , on   Carroll   creek,  ami   adjolntns '
A   J   M.   H. W   comer post   No    1   claim,   marked   I
"J. J. C   N.   W     comer    posi."   theme   eHst   Hi)  '
chains, thence south 80 ehaina,  thenre   (feel  80
ohaUU. thenea   north   HOchalnstti   the   place   of
'oinmeiir.ement eoiitulnliiK   040 acres,  more or
Dated OotObOt ��th, 1907
No.'2. Oommenolni ata post planted about
two and a half miles from tlie ireatlOOp of the
B. V,. Houthern Ky on a small stream emptylug
into Carroll Creek an. I marked "I. J C. N w"
corner pout," Ihence *-outh HO chaDis, thSOCS
eaat 80 chains, ihence north HO chains, tbenca
west HO chaliiH to the point of coinuiencement,
containliiK 6lo acres, more or less.
Dated October 26th. 1W7.
No il. Commcncim** at a past planted al-out
one lialf mile from lhe west loop of the K C,
Houthcrii Ky., OS Carroll creek marked "J, J. (J.
N. w . corner post, theme south'ho chains, thence
east HOehaiUH, theuce north HO chains, thenee
\si��t BO chains to thu place of coinineii'cuieiit
containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Dated October-!Hth, 1907.
John Jahk* Camrhon, Locstor.
Nelson Land Disirhd.   Dlstrlet of West Kootenay.
Take notice that!, Alexander  Joseph  MeCi-i.l,
of Fernie, 11   C occupation, hold keeper, Intend
to apply roraipeelaj umber Ucenes over (he
'allowliii* dSSOrlDSd lands:
No l   Coinmenains at a oost planted abont
three inil'-a from the B G. Koutlicrn Ity. Went
loop ou ('arroll croek, marked "A. J M. H. K.
COrnec   post," thenee  north   HO   chains,  thence
west HO chains,   thence  south HO chnltis.   the	
easi ho chains to the place of (.ommcticoniynt,
eaiitainlUK ��,40 acres, more or less.
Dated Ootob r2Mh, 1907.
No. 2 t ommenclng at a post planted about
one and a half mile from the west loop ot the
11 C. Houthern Ity. ou n small stream runtiliiK
Into Carroll Creek ami marked "A..I M N.W.
corner pOSt. thence tenth HO chains, thence east
HO chalna thenee north HO chains, thence west
HO chains to tlie pla-ue of commencement con-
���m im in.. 610 acres, more or less.
hi. 0.1 OOtODSl 26th, 1907.
No 3 Commencing at a post planted about
two miles from the weal loop of thu B. _, Houth-
erfa Kv. on Carroll creek, marked "A. J. M rt.lC.
corner post." thetice weat HO chains, thence
north Ho chains, thence east HO chalni, thence
south HO chains containliiK 610 acres, more or
Dated October vwth, 1907.
���LSXABDta Juajciii M-jOool, Locator.
We  onrry   t_�� flnefjl   llticfl  of    Ki����rv
Worsteds, Chariots,  Vciu-tiuns, Booteo
and iTiuh Twssds In the west-
Ky. ry (-iinncnt in gusntntSSfl, U) he in
thf  most oorrsct fu��hitin.
******** I
Notlco ls hereby glvon that the un-
dsralBIK-'l huve Hiibinllli.il to the Men-
tanant-OovornoB in Counoll u proiiosal
1111U.1 r the Klvers uud Btrsaml AM tot
the cleurlng and rsmovlng obstruelions
Hum tin- Duhamal Oraak CdOiei-srtas
Ku.iwn us SlZ'Mlla Creek) in the 1)Ik-
trict  of   Wesl   Kootenay,  Provlnos   oi
llrillHli   Columbia,  and   r��r   making  lhe
said creek; in tor railing an* Hrlvlns
Hi,-r.'.ii i<in��. timber anfl lumbar, aofl
rm- erecting and maintaining dams <m
the naid oreek, and for oonstruoting
and maintaining booma for holding,
sorting ami delivering logs and Umber
thereon, and for attaching booms <>n
Kootenay Lake at the mouth of Bald
The lands to be affected by mien
work nre Lots 7K7. 7XH, 7601, TT78, iJ'.l*,
Mil and s11:i nil in (irouji one, Kootenay HiHiiiet, and other InndH not Crown
llrnnted,  occupied   or  Improved.
The toliK proposed i<> be onarged are
Hlleh   iih may  lie (lxcd   by  lhe Judge of
lhe   County   Court   of   West   Kootenay.
Dated the 281 h day of October, 1907.
Notice is hereby t^raam^1^
Miller, of the town of OT s      n(���   ���J
Company." ^ y  WOOTT0N,
UeglBtrar of Joint ^gffk
Victoria, British Columbia, t"-"*      I
1907.  _-g
,   ,...M1.l<"ral<'l��"l'l'!.i
Irmn ll." dsl"   �����[ ',',',��� , 0   ImiT""JjJ *|"*l
ll���. ,,iiri.,,s.. "I nl.lsli.ins _���.,!
H.tli.ll ��7. must '"'""",,1.r"V.'li"'"i
nu The Daily Canad*-..
This is fresh-killed poultry and will give you
every satisfaction.    ORDER NOW.
More supplies arriving later.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
INEUSOIN, EJ. ���_���
Ifcaslo, Rossland  Boundary
WI-iolttM.iHB  Provlali.na,
Produue, - Rrult.
linviriiiiii'i.t Oronuiery One Pound Bricks received weekly fresh from the
churn.    For sale by all leading grocers.
Oilloe an.l warehouse: Houston Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street.       -        -        -        Nelson, B. C.
Snaps on Saturday night:    Extension tables, Kitchen tables,
cook stoves, heaters, iron beds at bargains.
Wc want your   second hand   goods.    See us before you sell.
We pay the highest cash price
Kelson Und Dtatliet   District of West lirtntctiar
r laabsUa Plane,  IStnsabnrii
married   woman.   tht��.nd**  l��. apply
lo  pO rcb ate   the   Foi low 1 u tc   *ies-
1   immenrhiK at a p-i**t planted at
l ol  the   north   trt.iiiiii-.ry of I-m
I ��W   -   i   Lb.   east   u.nndary   ol   t-..l   No.   Hlti-..
���    i-    - ohalna, mnre or less, to the north-
������:   IIhiIkt   l.lmll   No.  *ff7l.  theuce
tbenca west at chains, more or
Bust aide o|  Wbau-han  lak.-. thence
��� .in; same   tn   a   nouthcrlv   ami   we**t-riv
lOu ebalna, more or  le** n. itu-UiU-r
���Mtlon with Lot BlStts ihence :ib chains, more or
Iw.following eaatarly Ummlary elLottUSto
poll imem anut
Dated :iti October. l��n.       ISASBULa I'iskc*,
Y    ��� ���    I   i '    .���   I r i:    A,-. '  '
;   Soon l,��!i ; luntrtet    District ot Wesl Koolena?
Take notice tbat John Bh&sll.ol Haadlss. B.C.,
f��l -in tier,  intends to apply for per-
purchaea   the tollowlns   desenbsd
i-*n.    Oommenetaa at a  post  plauted   al the
unrthw.at   corner   ol   Lot  7K9B,   thence  west   to
tt���lna, thenoe ���oath ho chains,  thence east 40
chatni tbence north au chains to the point of
I'M, slid cttntainUiK Ssu acres, more
OtlsM **
I Ited ]8.h October. 1907. J am*-.* Hiuau.,
F. ll. FAi'griaa, Ageut.
Nelson Uod Uutrlct   Dutrlot ol West Cootsssy
Take notice that Angns MoOlD, of the Cltr ol
ipatlon flreinan, inieiids to apply for
��� - pUrcbaae  the   Ml-mliif-. d*-.- rlbed
i'i I' i ommenelne at a t*.��-t blantsa at the
s *    ornei  i.   c   Horrfsonl ranch, in Fir
���   ���'��� ice   north   forty   (tu)  chains,   Mienc
��' l'"*y (40) chains, theuce aouih forty (to
���un*. thence west forty (10)   chains o|nl o
> nt    and coiitntnlnR   one huu-lrnl
���Uteti [160)aoree, more or less.
���'���'���' '  pU  til,, r .'nd. 1807.       AVBQI KoGtU-
s' - -ii l.hii.j District. District of Wesl Kootenay
las. ib lid thai Philip nrooki-bank, of Nelson.
" i < ci uinl-on rancher, ititendii to apolv for
��tob I*, purchase the toUowtSS QSSSrlDed
'*'' I ommencmg at a post planted on the
;V* " r' "��� l Pl'-r Whnthtnui (('arllMio} lake, at
" ' ��� "Tin-r of lot BUS, theme w-fl-M chains,
'."'<"   aouthSD chain-,  then ��at 90 chains.
law, to the ehors ���>) the kit* thanoe
u'lrttierh- along the wald **hore Ht* chain**. mon-
' "l1  im   **f  ciniiiciictnienl,  containIng
-   aore oi lea*.
- i '   Uth,IN?     1'Hii.i.ii' HkooKsBAaa.
I and DUtrlOt, DlStrlOtOl West Kooteuay
Talit- nutlM lhat Bono RoStSOB, of Allona,
"nloba,     farmer.       Intends     to      apply     Ior
Cmiik.n.ti t,, purchase ths toUowltta deeorlbed
�����>������.     t i.iiimenilnK   at   H   post    planted   aboiit
~����n mi i - irom the mouth of Moaqultto creek,
�� Q��rtheait oorner of this application and
nara..,,    il   (���***;. k. eoruer." and ru nMint sou lb
' '.Hiii-. lhenoe went HO chains, thenee iitirth K
'�����ui��, Hieii, e easi Ho chains to point of com*
'������*��� iw-mi nt, coiitaliihiK old acre*.
baled :tOth day of Aiiguat. ISOT
llH-'i I""'  IKS.  .
Abthvii A. Burton, Agent.
N* lr.ni, band District.   District of West Kootenay
Take notloe that Frank F. Hieinan, of
* "'"a. Manitoba, broker, intends lo apply
iri'/l' '   to   pureha.se   tlie   [OUOWiOl  flSS-
.."""i hind : Com mem-1 iik at a post planted al
Ln�����OUtheaatcorner Ol land applied for, about
ivj'miles Ir.nn  the mouth  of HoOQalttO creek
l*uk..| i-   |* h.H. K. corner." and miiulns thence
wujnohatns, usoos wsstso ohalna, theuce
( "i-ii mi eh*,mn, thence east so chains io point ol
" Ii|ic'iiccm."i,t, oontainlng (viorctoh.
"ated Nth day of AuKust, 1H07.
AKllll'H  A    lll'tlTON.  Aui'Ut
N*'i""ii i-nnd DUtrlot. OutrraVol Ws�� Kootenaj
iPiTVty>o.Mos 'hat F. p. Burden, actios as Sfsnt
__��"  ""rdeii, of   I'oklok,   N. B. ctiimlion
iiBiiie, iiiteudu to apply   for  permission   to
> .' ," l,M* tollsming deaorlbed lands:  Oom-
HiiclnK ��i ��� ,H,ni plaUM <l on the easterly ah ore
"Arrow lukr and aboui in chains north of the
"������"���corner of lot Hint, thence east SMI chain.**,
'"ii-e imrth "10 chains, nmr, or less, to ih- lake
���utile, Ui-Micesouthwosteilv alontt the bikeshoic
'"tie puii,). of comim-nceineuL, mid containliiK
Y""-, more or less.
���"atcd November lKth. PJ07. JamrsH   HuhiiKN,
F. 1*    HtiKl'KK, Agenl.
In the Matter of    ths "Land    Registry
**-0Vl and  Amendments thereto,
s.i'i1,,1.1!1,0 "l,*"-,r of an atmiioatioq lor the issue of
���a &'''������ ��'l the CorUlleau* ot Tllle lor 1-oU
'.-Hi2 nnd xm, (Iroupl. Kootenuy District
loi**.., ' lN -"robs given thai it is my Intention
flri , ol! lhV ���xplrstlpn 0 une mouth from the
Th 1,-11,l!1*'Htl,.n lo.r.'of a duplicate OertlBeaia ol
Jk, ���;;,'''li,"'Ve described Itinils, In the mime of
���laI . ., "--'"b't* HoViertson, which Certllleatc l��
I,,.;,.,} Jj;;;''"!'lay of August.  IH'.iH,  and W nnm-
aot-u &itott�� ��fflt;��'  Noisoii. B.C..  aim of
Duirici Ueglitrar.
$10 K��tSR MONTH
Wo offer you best fruit lands;
bost terms; hest location; best
climate. Absolute titles. You
don't have to use all of your means
In paying for land. Wo want you
to put it into development. We
also have tracts of 50 to 6000 acres,
prices and terms the best. We own
these lands and handle nothing on
If you don't seo Fruitvale you
misB the best In B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Ward Street,  Nelson, B. C.
Certificate   of Improvements
"tlnion" Mineral Claim Mlnate li. the Nelson
Mlnlnu Division, or the West  Kootenay District.
Where looated: On Toad Mountain two snd a
haii milestrom Nelaon, 6, 0.
lake notice that I, vv. A. Macdonald. ael I nit as
aa;flit for Hugh BOtbSrUtndj Pree Miner's Cer-
lUlcate No. Bl7..'ijtt. Inleiol t*o da\s from the date
hereof, lo apply to lhe IClUtni Kecorde** for a
Cerllfleate of iiiipiovemeul'i, lor  the  DuTpOeeof
��� ���btniimiK a crown .-ran' ol the above claim
And further take DOltCS lhat action, under
BeOtlonST, innst.be fommoliced before the issuance .if such Certillcale id  liiiprovcinents
Dated thlSSrd day of Hcplemher, A. D , 1W7.
Certificate  of Improvements.
Tie Hope Praotton' Mineral Claim, situate
In the Trout Lake MlultiK Division, Ol West
Koot.-uay   Dlatricl.   Uwatsd   on    Poplar   creek.
Take' notlco that t, 0, Padley Free Mine-a
Certlfloats No. UB98B, intend SO daw from tho
date hereof lo apply to the MiiiIiik ttei-order Ior
a Certillcale of IniprovCTiieiits for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Urtuit of the above Claim,
And further take OOttSS that action under
Section   :17.   must    hn   commenced     before    tno
luuauoe of such psrUfloatri ol imnrovcmenls.
Dated thin Mb day ol October, lflffl.
(;    lAlil.r.t ���
lath, mstter "I nn ii)i|.lli'i.t.on [or tho lssu. of
I ,lii pi I, st,- .'.���rlllli-atu "I Till." lor l>��rt (10 ������'���re��)
,,f I...I sl.*. Group on., In tin, |ilHt.rlii,>IKoot.i.sy.
Noil.... I. Ii.'r.'l.y SlVW tli.it H is iny lutcntlon
to Iss-lf sl 111,'rxplriitlmi nf.'l... IIH,utl. Irom til.
flratoabllo.tlonu.Kol sdnpUosts :( tiio <>r-
iiii.ui.-..i litis for tha nbi'T,. isn.is i��� ti,*- i-h..i.*-
ofAndraW   Morrison, whlli   <'ertlll.,Hl.. olTIU..
is .l,it...l llll* r,i t, day Ol Msntl, UOD, .ml  imn>-
'"tTtiii  Hi'gistry tilllis'. Nelson, B. o.,Heptembor
���II. K.MAHl-SOD,"
I'latrlet  -ealstrsr.
F. C GREEN       F. f. HORDES        A. H. GREEN
C'vU Engineers, Dominion .and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
f. 0. Box Ui   rtuu* 261 B-
Seattle About To Lead the Way on Pacific Coast In Use of Despised
Seattle. S'ov. 25..���After l.olnK in gen-
vnil contempt In Seattle and tho entire
ni.rtliw.nl fur over 50 yearn, tho humble
iiiiiiiv. Hi.* smallest coin In the United
States currency, nuiy shortly come Into
Its own here, if the plans now I.elnK
worked out hy various Interests Is materialised. For over 50 years the penny
has been scorned l.y mosl tradesmen In
tin* northwest as being too small to be
wiirihy of consideration. It was not
lonK aKo that street car oonSnetors felt
Insulted if given pennies. Gradually
liiiw.-vi r. the use of the penny has become more general, Eaatern methods
with hair bnailtli proflta have come
m.ire and more Into vogue, especially
In the ble; depart ment steles, so that
In some lines i.r business trade ls done
on the penny basis. Tlie small tradesmen, the grocers, the butchers and the
Wholesalers have been the last to stand
out against th*- entrance of the penny
Into their business. The objections
raised by these Interests are not so
much thai proflta will be less as that
the use of pennies will he a nuisance
and will he of no particular benefit to
either   merchant and   consumer.
The penny has a champion in Seattle
In J, J. Hlgglns, secretary of the Retail
Qrooers' association, the largest association of tradesmen In the city. Mr. Hlg-
glns has already discussed the advisability of doing business on a penny hauls with Ihe members of the association. He says, however, that he is soon
to take the flrst long step ln that direction by the preparation of a bulletin
reviewing the history of the penny and
answering the objections that are raised to Its introduction into general bus-
in.ss   In   Seattle.
S|teak!ng of the advisability of bringing the penny into full possession of its
own. Mr.  Iltgglns said:
"The lime has come on the coast
when the penny system must be Introduced Into all kinds of business. There
Is no valid reason why retailers of all
classes should not use the penny in
the west. Many articles would Ik* sold
higher and many would be sold cheaper.
I do not consider this feature of the
question Important, for the losses
would be about offset by the advances.
"1 believe that both the Interests of
consumers and retailers would be greatly furthered by the penny system of
business and business transactions
would be facilitated. Dry goods and
department stores are already working
successfully along that line. The retailers may as well make up their
minds now that they must face It. Now
is as g.Knl a time as any. This country
if full of eastern people who do not take
kindly to our evn-money system, and
those who have been here the longest
cling most tenaciously to the old method. It would put business on a systematic basis, where full benefit of
small declines and advances could be
had. The retailer, under the present
system, must now either wrong himself
or the consumer all the time. Pennies
were made for a purpose and we should
use them. I believe that wholesalers
would fall In. as they usually line up
their business with the retailers."
\   "COMPA.NIKS    ACT.   1897
Canada, I
Province   "I   UrltUVi   Columbia.   I
No.   407. .   _
This Is to t-crtily that "Western Canada Timber Company Limited," ls authorised and licensed to carry on business within the Province ot Hritish Columbia, and to curry out or effect all or
any of the objects of the Company to
wlilch tlie legislative authority of the
Legislature of Hritish Columbia extends.
The h'-ad offlce of the Company is situate at 161-4, Dashwoo.l House. New
Broad  Street. In  the City of  London.
The amount ol the capital of the
Company Is one hundred and seventy-
live thousand pounds, divided Into one
hundred and seventy-five thousand
Shares Ol one pound each.
The head offlce of iho Company ln
ibis Province is sltuale at Nelson, and
Leslie Hill, Manager, whose address Is
Nelson, B. C, Is the Attorney for the
Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 25th day of October, one
thousand  nine  hundred and seven.
| I.S 1 S. Y.   WOOTON,
Registrar of Joint stock Companies.
The objects for whleh this Company
has been established and licensed
nre:��� ,    _,       .
(a.) To carry on business In t anada
or elsewhere "as saw-mill prop rlctors.
timber merchants and timber growers,
and to buy. sell. grow, prepare for market, manipulate. Import, export, and
deal in timber nnd wood of all kinds,
and to manufacture and deal In articles
of all kinds ln the manufacture of which
timber or wood Is used, and to carry
on business as ship owners nnd carriers
by land and water, and so far as may
be deemed expedient tho business of
general merchants, and to buy, clear,
plant and work timber estates and 11m-
(b.) As the first operation of the
Com pany to purchase or otherwise acquire and take over as a going concern
the business and undertaking of the
Canadian Pacific T Imher Company.
Limited, and oil the timber limits,
lunds, buildings and erections, water
rights, fixed and moveable plant and
machinery, tools, utensils, logs and
lumbar, live and dead stock, stores and
effects, and other the property and assets of that Company In Hritish Columbia and with a view thereto to execute
and make the agreement referred to ln
Article 3 of the Articles of Association
of  tho  Company:
(c.) T o seek for and secure openings
for the employment of capital ln Canada or elsewhere, nnd with a view
thereto to prospect, enottlre, examine,
explore   and  test, and   to  despatch  or
employ expeditions, commissioners, experts  and other agents:
id.) To Institute, enter Into, carry
on, assist or participate in financial,
commercial, mercantile, industrial,
manufacturing, mining and other businesses, works, contracts and undertakings and financial operation! of all
kinds, and to undertake and carry on
any business transaction or operation
commonly undertaken or carried on by
financiers, promoters of companies.
ininerB, bankers, or underwriters, concessionaries, contractors for public
and other works, capitalists or merchants, and to carry on any other business which may seem to the Company
capable of being conveniently carried
on In connection with any of the objects
of the Company or which may be
thought calculated, directly or Indirectly, to enhance the value of or render profitable any or the Company's property
or   rights:
(e.) To open, promote, acquire, construct, equip, maintain. Improve, work,
manage or control, or aid In or subscribe towards the promotion, acquisition, or construction, equipment, maintenance, Improvement, working, management or control of works, undertakings and operations of all
kinds, both public and private,
and In particular roads. ways.
tramways, railways, telegraphs, telephones, cables, ships, lighters, harbours, piers, docks, quays, wharves,
w arehouses, bridges, viaducts, aqueducts, reservoirs, embankments, waterworks, water-courses, canals, flumes,
irrigations, drainage, sawmills, crushing mills, smelting works, Iron, steel,
ordnance, engineering and implement
works, hydraulic works, gas and electric lighting, electrical works, power
supply, quarries, collieries, coke ovens,
founderles. furnaces, factories, cement,
limestone and other works, carrying
undertakings by land and water, public
and private buildings, townsltes. residences, cottages, stations, stores and
Bhops. whether for the purposes of the
Company or for sale or hire to or ln
return for any consideration from any
other companies or persons:
(f.) To promote, make, provide, purchase or otherwise acquire, take on
lease, or agreement, acquire running powers over, lease, let, grant
running powers over, work, use,
sell and dispose of railways,
tramways and other roads, ways and
means of access to any part- or parts
of the property of the Company, and to
contribute to the expense of promoting,
making, providing, acquiring, working
and using the same, and to purchase,
take on lease or otherwise acquire and
hold, and to erect, alter, pull down, rebuild, and adapt houses, cottages, warehouses and buildings, and to purchase,
construct, erect, hire and maintain,
work, us e. lease, sell, charter or let,
rolling stock, plant and machinery,
trade utensils and appliances, locomotives, engines, waggons, trucks, carriages, ships, tugs, barges, piers, harbours, wharves nnd oth. r appliances,
works and vehicles for and used in
connection with the transport by land
or water of the produce of the Company's works and properties:
(g.) To make and carry into effect, arrangements with land owners, railway,
shipping or canal companies or owners, carriers and any other companies
and persons for the purposes of the
Company, and to grant mining and
other licences over, or leases of. any
part or parts of tho property and rights
of tho Company:
(h.) To purchase or otherwise acquire, hold, sell, exchange, mortgage,
charge, convert, turn to account, dispose of and deal In real and personal
property and rights of all kinds, and
in particular lands, buildings, hereditaments, business concerns, and undertakings, mortgages, charges, annuities,
patents, patent rights, copyrights, licences, securities, grants, charters, concessions, leases, contracts, options, policies, book debts and claims and any Interest In real or personal property,
and any claims against such property,
or against any persons or company, and
to finance and carry t on any business
concern or undertaking so acquired, and
to keep up or abandon all or any of the
properties, businesses, patents or privileges now or hereafter to be acquired by
the  Company:
(1.) To transact and carry on all
kinds of agency and commission business, and in particular to collect moneys, royalties, revenue, interest, rents
and debts; to negotiate loans: to find
investments; and to issue and place
shares, stocks, bonds, debentures,
debenture stock or securities:
(J.) To obtain, acquire, work, let, or
dispose of any concessions or authorizations of any Government, municipal
body, or other authority, for any works,
or undertaking which the Company may
desire to promote or carry on, and to
obtain the promulgation of any laws or
decrees which the Company may think
necessary or expedient for or in respect
of any such works or undertakings, and
to construct, equip, maintain and work
any such undertakings or works, and
generally carry on business as contractors for public works, or to sell and dispose of any such concessions or authorizations:
(k.) To contract with or aid any Sovereign or other Power, Government, or
State, or any municipal or other
body, politic or corporate, or
company, or persons for or in
relation to capital, credit, means,
or resources for the prosecution of any
works, undertakings, projects or enterprises; also to contract for and act as
agents or otherwise In relation to loans
or securities isB ued or proposed to be
Issued by any Government or State, or
municipal or other authority, or company or corporation, or persons or per-
(1.) To acquire any Inventions capable of being used for any purpose connected with any of tho businesses or operations ol the Company, and to acquire
or cause to be applied for and obtained,
any letters pntent, patent rights, licences, contracts, options, or concessions,
in any part of the world, and to grant
and Issue licences for the use of the
same or any of them upon such terms
and conditions as may be considered
(ru.) To subscribe for. underwrite.
buy, sell, and deal In stocks, shares,
debentures and securities of any other
company, whether British, Colonial or
Foreign, or of any Government or authority, supreme, municipal, local or
otherwise, or of any company whose
operations may be beneficial to tills
Company, or with a view to assist any
company which may carry on, or be
about to carry on, any business useful
to this Company*
(n.) To purchase or otherwise acquire and undertake all or any part of
the business, property, and liabilities of
any other company, firm or person, the
objects of which shall be altogether or
In part similar to those of this Company, or to make and carry Into effect
arrangements with respect to the union of interests, co-operation, partnership, or amalgamation either ln whole
or In part, with any other companies,
corporations or persons'.
fo.l To sell, lease, let on hire, exchange, or otherwise dispose of absolutely, conditionally, or for any limited
interest, all or any ptirt of the undertaking of the Company, or all or any of
the lands, hereditaments, property,
rights, or privileges of the Company,
or all or any of Its undertakings, and lo
accept payment therefor In money,
shares, Btock. debentures, or other obligations, either by a fixed payment or
by payments conditional upon or varying with the earnings or profits of the
(p.l To establish and promote, or
concur In establishing and promoting,
associations, companies, syndicates and
undertakings, to purchase or take over
the whole or any part of the property of
this Company, or any concessions,
rights or property in which this Company has any interest, or for any of
the objects mentioned in this memorandum. To secure by underwriting or
otherwise the subscription of any part
of the capital, whether original or Increased, of this Company, or of any
such association, company, syndicate,
or undertaking as aforesaid, and to pay
or receive any commission, brokerage,
or other remuneration In connection
therewith, or for obtaining applications
for or placing or guaranteeing the placing of any debentures, debenture stock,
bonds, or other securities of this or nny
other company, and to make or receive
such payments or remuneration either
In cash or shares, fully paid or otherwise, or debentures as may be deemed
(q.) To guarantee the payment of
money secured by or payable under or
in respect of bonds, debentures, debenture stock, contracts, mortgages,
charges, obligations and securities of
any company, whether liritish, Colonial or Foreign, or of any authority, supreme, municipal, local or otherwise,
or of any person whomsoever, whether
corporate or unincorporate:
ir.) To pay for any rights or property acquired hy the Company, or any
services rendered to the Company, in
fully or partly paid shares or stock, debentures or other securities of the Company, and to makes such payments or
gifts by way of bonus or otherwise, and
either in money or in any other value
as may from time to time he deemed
expedient for information or advice
given or for services of any kind rendered to the company, or in connection
with which the Company may be directly or indirectly, interested, and generally to make any payments or agree to pay
any commissions, with or without any
consideration moving to the Company,
if it is considered by the Directors In
the interests or, directly or indirectly,
to the benefit of the Company to do so:
(8.) To lend money to such persons
and bodies, whether upon security or
otherwise, upon Buch terms as the Company shall think fit, and to guarantee
the perfomance of any contracts entered
Into by persons having dealings with
the Company:
(t.) To borrow or raise money and to
issue debentures or debenture stock,
either redeemable or irredeemable, or
bonds or other obligations or securities
of the Company, or to create any mortgage or charge, on all or any part of the
property and assets of the Company,
Including its uncalled capital or otherwise in such manner as the Company
shall think fit; to take money on deposit
at Interest or otherwise, and to make,
draw, accept, and endorse bills of exchange, cheques, promissory notes, and
other negotiable instruments:
(u.) To invest any moneys of the
Company not Immediatel yrequired in
such manner as may be thought fit:
(v.) To make donations to such
persons and In such cases, either of
cash or other assets, as may be thought,
directly or Indirectly, conducive to any
of the Company's objects, or otherwise
expedient: and to subscribe or guarantee money for charitable or benevolent
objects, or for any exhibition, or for any
public, general or other object, and to
establish or support, or aid In the establishment or support of associations.
Institutions, conveniences, funds and
trusts calculated to benefit any of tbe
employees or ex-employees of the Company, or the dependents or connections
of such person, and to grant pensions and allowances, and to make payments towards Insurance, and apply the
money of tho Company in any way in
or towards the establishment, maintenance or extension of any association. Institution or fund for protection of the
interests of masters, owners and en>-
ployers against loss by bad debts,
strikes, workmen's combinations. lire,
accidents or otherwise, or for Insuring
or reinsuring with any company, firm
or person, any risks, guarantees, or obligations undertaken by the Company or
to which lt may he subject:
(w.) To distribute any assets of tho
Company among Rb members in specie:
tx.) To do all acts necessary to procure the Company to be duly constituted or Incorporated and registered, or
recognised, as a corporation or association ln Canada or America, or elsewhere :
(y.) To carry out the above objects,
or any of them, either on account of tho
Company alone or ln conjunction with
any company, association, firm, person
or personB, and ln any part of the world,
and generally to do all such acts and
things as are Incidental or conducive
to the attainment of all or any of tho
above objects, and the Intention Is that
the objects specified in each paragraph
of this clause shall, except where otherwise explained In Buch paragraph, be ln
nowise restricted by reference to or Inference from the terms of any other
paragraph or the name ot the Company.
We have for sale six of the finest building lots  In  the   city   situated at
the corner or Josephine and Hoover streets. These lots are  cleared    and
fenced and    command    a magnificent  view. Price,  $2,000 for  the six or
will bo sold separately Ib desired.
A great many sales have been made of lots In this charming suburb
of Nelson and only a few best lots are left
Don't Forget
That Flre Insurance you were going to put on this tall, or that
accident and health jiolicy you Intended writing which covers
all accidents and 30 diseases. f
Let us quote you rates on the above.
McDermid & IVIcHardy
IXIF7I   s_-*alKI    ca     s-> ���
NBU80N, B. C
To Ontario, Quebec, and
Maritime Provinces from
all stations In the Koote-
ON  SALE  DECEMBER   1st to 31st.
Si.in.!,iMl ���leeplng cars, tourist  sleepers, dining cars and first class   coaches.
Rates from Nelson to points in Ontario and Quebec, Montreal and west except north of Gravenhurst and west of
For further particulars call or write
A.Q. P. ...Vancouver. D P. A.. Nelson
Tfemont House
tnrot-asn .na Am.noss PUB
"���sis v <*tr.  Boom. Iras, x en. to a.
only nit. Hsip Saspiors*.
Baser St.. N.iaon FraMaton
Most comfortable quarters     NeUKroJ
Ontr the ts-st of Liquor, and ulcus.
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated nnd refurnished. Rooms 60 cents upward. The
dining room is unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
160 ACRES���About eight miles from
Nelson. Frequent trains, cabin,
springs. Owner would subdivide if
necessary..... .(20 to $25 per acre.
25 ACRES Near Nelson���Uood. road.
Water rights.  Small house. Stable.
Fruit   trees,   bushes   etc $4,000.
Also land    on    Kootenay and   Arrow
lakes, Slocan and Sal' ton rivers, etc.
Real Estate Agent
S15 Baker St., Nelson, B. C.
Tenders Wanted.
In pursuanco of the order of.the Hon.
Mr. Justice Morrison, dated the 15th
October, A. D. 1907, tenders will be received by the undersigned for the purchase of lots 594, 695, 717, 184S, 1S49,
2343, and 693, kuown as the "Blue Jay,"
"Starlight No. 3," "Last Chance," "Silver
ford." "llliisard." "Little Widow."
"Starlight Fraction," and "Galena"
minerals claims respectively; one hundred tons more or less of zinc ore,
whereof sixty tons are now lying at
Kaslo, and forty tons at the mines; and
all other thu assets of the Last Chance
Minim; company. Limited,
Such tenders to be made" In writing
to me on or before tho lBt. day of December, A. D. 1907.
The highest or any tender will not
necessarily be accepted. Further particulars ot the property will be furnished on application.
Dated the 17th day ol October, A. D.
Official Liquidator.
Tho Last Chance Mining Company, Limited, Sandon, British Columbia..
J. A. ERICKSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 250.   Opposite Court Rota*
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Bs��er Street, Malaoa. B. C
lasts;, .na Oomtort.ble  Bedroom, sad First-
olaa. Molng Room.
MRS. E. C. CLARKE, Proprietress.
Battlett   House
Best Dollar-a-Diy House lo Nelson.
The B.r la tn. rtasat.
Whit. Help Only Bmploysd.
JOMPhtn. St
Rates fl and ��1.50 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders
All Kinds or Heating Plants In Stock.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooara House.     Tel. 111.
W.   O.   G1L.UETT
Oontrnotor  -and
Bole agent (or the Porto Rteo Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail vt-.nl**. Rough and dreeaed lumber, turned
work aud brat-steU, C��et-t lath and ���liliiK-lea, Mih
and doora. t\*ment. brick and Ume (or ������(ft.
Automatic* Kriuder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. erw��t or Hall
NBUOONc.  B. �����_.
P. u Box au. Telephone If
Royal Hotel   i
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feemuajsii _ eifyg
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Tne Oaily Canadian
Addit lonal Stock has just arrived and we can now show a range
of Cut Glass that surpasses in variety and beauty any we have yet
shown. You can buy the smaller pieces for $1.75 and $2.00 each and
anything  you  want  at  any price  you  want up to $75.00.
Watchmaker and Optician
t'lipiii-r declined again today mi Ih.'
New York market to U.-aj cents, silver
ah*., dropped ou Imih markets.
Dominion Stock Co.
Tin- Dominion    stink    Company
boosted tm two nlKhts next week, pla
in.; "The Two Orphans" and "ltiu-K,"
-AC 1 t'HIMI
An ideal winter garment
made of heavy quality English Moreen. Pleated
flounce, good wide skirt.
Colors, black, navy and
myrtle.   Each
BJL PM an. $3.00
See Us
For Good F-oit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & _.
Next Door to Hank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing  Pitch and
Boat Builders will find it to their ad-
VAUtag. to use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
A consignment of
Peterson   Patent
In   all sizes, shapes and
Queen Cigar Store
BUSH  & MATT HEW, Props.
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in staple and fancy Urcx-ericfi,
H utter, Bggl,
Oamp and Miners' Supplies.
A. M. Can. See. C. E.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offlce: Bealey Building.   P. O. Box 434
a-iker St, NELSON,  tl. C.
Choral  Society.
a lull attendance at. tonight's prao-
1 loe of the Choral Society is specially
requested by  the exeeutlve committee.
Monthly   Meeting.
The regular monthly meeting of the
20,000 oiub which was to have been
held tomorrow evening is postponed tin
Tuesday evening! December 3rd, nt Is
TbS Best Hani Coal on toS mar-
I'.ruikiiciil tirl-
Ths But Domestic Coal.
West Transfer Co.
Cor. Vaar.-i.-n   cartel ^'tar-tj Streets..
INl.l.SOIN. ra. c
A. Airoy anil wife, Miss Ward, I-.nK-
laml; P. rlabtngton, W, D. Robertson,
l). 11. Qettlnger, Toronto; H. Kern, Ar-
rowhead; \v. O. Stevens, Koch Biding:
11.   I..   King   Spokane.
Corner of Stanley and Victoria   Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
A. E. Hodgina, Winnipeg;  1.. P. Mii-
tonbeyer, Bt.    Louis;   .1.    EC.    Watson,
Kamloops;  11. Wilson, Victoria.
.1.   T.mikins.   Six   Mile;   A.A.  Landry,
.1.   Campbell,  Salmo;    K.   Mills,    Green-
w I;   H.  Kii|ip, .1.  Brlckman,  Kenora;
S. G. McTavUh, Vancouver; J. G. Sail,
Winnipeg; G. Plercey, Ymir.
11   W.   Kelly   and   wife and child,  II.
Butcer,   Toronto;    Mrs.   J.   Maud,   H,
Rlngrose, Waneta; J.  McDonald, Kaslo.
E. Perrin, Silverton; 11. Illfrern, H
Turner, Calgary; T. Haoannon, Van
COUVer; J. MeVitto, W. Smith, Erie:
C. McKlnnon, Ymir; IJ. J. McGillverv
Porto Rico.
W.Symnu, Harraip; J. K. Smith, Hon
nington Fails: T. w. Jones, Thrums;
Qeo. make, Spokane,
W. White. Silver Kinu; .1. Brown, Sal
mn; G. Smith, Erie; w. Nicholson, Salmo,
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Ptonc  265
Yale-Kootenay  Ice, Fralt,
Foel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
N. E. co,. Baker   and   Ward   Sts.
T Mining!
INEUSOiN.     -     R. G*
t_NTKD   Bead  Wfcltrou Tor  Hot_ Htra-b-
���ma     Apply MaiiKgnr.
A   I'AKTSKl.    with   IJ.IHKJ  to    purt'lmHR  a   Irult
rsooo nasi Hslson   a ���ood spsoulstton. Pn.rt-
iht i 't Dot n n.-iiv��.-ly nifiiM nn ranch,
Knr particular! apply ���   --*��� PBOOI KK.
\ Comfortable Home lor a Yon ni* I-s-ly, would
mitt ulthi-r r-i-ltn.il tsaotatr. or young lady In
huMiicBs in   thu city.     Addruaa   K. 0. Daily
TWO  K!,(Hl i i.a-H KOOMH, nU'am Heated     Ap*
l.lv hnn*" '.. ' ���    t   ii��������� flat. K   W   ��'   dltn'k
IM'TNI) -A   HhihII   PUflM   coiitsinltisj a amall
-urn of money and Rome ii.-k-.-tM. Tin- owner
can obUlu lauiu on applylug io this oUlce.
in chambers this morning Judge Forln granted orders for ihe payment,  ur
money out uf court iu thu casus of La*
belle vs. Murray, Mc-Martin vs. Winter
ami   McCandlish   vs.   .Morrison.
Whist Party.
The congregation of Mary Immaculate Church will hold a Whist party at
the Queens Hotel on the evening of
Wednesday next it is the intention
to hold regular entertainments during
the winter months.
European Trip.
Franfe McHugh will leave tonight foist. John, N* i-. from which port be will
sail on December 7th by Uie Empress of
Britain for Liverpool. Mr. McHugh Intends io travel for three months
throuuh  Kngiand, Ireland and Scotland.
Damaged  Sidewalks.
While the steam roller was being removed from the place in which it was
kept all summer it broke through the
sidewalk and required the aid of half-a-
dozen men all forenoon to gut it in position again.
Grape   Growing.
C. Jlsckowlcz, the Fairview grocer,
has   succeeded   In   demonstrating  that
grapes equal to the best in the world
can be grown in Kootenay. He hus
just picked his vines, and in quantity
and quality the product far exceeded
his   expectations.
Not Dangerous.
\V. Fleet Robertson, the provincial
mineralogist, has returned to Victoria
from Fernle. where he was investigating the crack in the mountain side
above Coal Creek. Mr. Robertson will
present a report to the minister of
mines. It is understood that the provincial mineralogist confirms the view
of the local inspector that no danger
to the settlement from the fault in the
hillside is possible.
I. O. O. F.
The meeting of the Kootenay Lodge,
I. O. O. P., tonight will be of unusual
importance. The lodge will meet at
T.:.0 sharp when the semi-annual election of o fficers will be held, followed
by thu conferring of the initiatory degree. The lodge will then be addressed
by Grand Master T. Kmbleton of Itoss
land. Later the members of tbe Rebekah Lodge will arrive when refresh
ments will be served and the evening
will end with a dance.
Sheriffs Sale.
Under and by virtue of a Warrant of
Execution issued out of the County
Court of Kootenay. holdun at Nelson, at
the suit of J. P. Hell against Angus
Kennedy, G. (J. Kennedy & Son, I have
seized and taken in execution all the
right, title and interest of the said de
fen dan is, Angus Kennedy, W. Q. Kennedy -_ Son in two teams of draught
horses and a quantity of telegraph poles,
telephone poles and piling, now located
at "The Meadows" on the line Of the
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Kailwav, about
four miles south of the Town of Krie.
on said railway. All of which I shall
expose for sale or sufficient thereof to
satisfy the judgment debt and costs at
my Offlce in the City of .Nelson, on
.Monday the 2nd day of December, A.
I). 1007, at the hour of twelve o'clock
Note.���Intending purchasers will satisfy theniFelves is to Interest and title
of  the   said   defendants.
Dated at Nelson, B. (.'., 2.'.rd day of
November,  11.07.
Old Curiosity Shop
If you want to buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale
All kinds of Dlnnerware in stock. Pat
CAPITAL,   $25,000.00   in   25 000   .hare.
or $10.00 each.
MANAGER, Crozler W. Hourko.
OFFICE, No. 322 Batter St. (Croasdaiti
& Co.)
SEE tba cement blocks displayed. In thf
Standard   Kiirnltiiro   Co.'a   window.
APPLICATIONS ror 8-or.li are  invited.
PARTICULARS and lornm or Application may be obtained at tlie Company's office, or irom H. A. Stewart,
Solicitor, Nelson, 11. C.
Ontario Strained Honey,
5 Ib. tins each -    - $1.10
Corner Silica and Josephine Bts.
W���Olsssls Hint K-'Uii Dsalta in
Fresh and Salted Meats
Oampe supplied on short*** initi uid
lowest priri.. Nothing but treeh and
wholesome meat* uml supples kept in *t,*'k
Mail orders receive careful attention.
The  feature  or our line nf  Rooking
Horses is their pnTcction in make, and
beauty of appearance.
They nre strongly made, well finished
ami accurate in shape. They art' exact
models  of a horse.
We. have them covered with plush
and with real horse's hide.
19-in.  hlKh  rocker an.l platform..$ 5.00
2-l-fn. hiuli  rocker and  platform..* 7.00
21* in   high   rocker and  platform.  $12.50
22-ln. hlRh  rocker and   platform..! 8.00
2;i-in. high,  larger  body   rocker only
2ri-In.  high   rocker and  platform. .$11M
27-in. high i ker and platform, tore-
fool raised tn running attitude, with
plume���A very handsome horse..
W. G. Thomson
ggf-So���-9 Md   Nelson, B. C.
Phuns ....
Geo.  P. Piayct
Office   Room   No.   2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
Social* ���������
Monday, Nov. 25, 8.15 p.m.
Chair taken by  W. W. Beer.
Musical programme by choir.
Solos  by  Ronald Hrown.
Pianoforte s.i!<>. Mrs. a. ii. Coppen.
Headings from Dr, Drummond's
French-Canadian stories hy Lester Patrick.
Admission free.    Thankoffering   will   be
2 lbs. for 25c.
Joy's Gash Grocery
Cor. Josephine and Mills Sts.
City of Nelson U'cense District.
We, the undersigned, Rive notice that
at. the next meeting of the Hoard of
License Commissioners we intend to apply for a transfer of the license of the
No Place Inn from Win. Gosnoll to
Nelson, Nov. 1!), 11.07.
Bt��y Nov/
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let us show you
them. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
E.   C.   TRAVES     Mara*-***.
���AKER ��T.
ts Business Energy
$ 1.00 per Gallon
ITilephone 161.
Benefit Nelson
Hockey   Club
Nelson Opera House
Monday, Nov.   25
Direct from their urent London sin '������ - -
iii Bteinway Hall, under the patronage
of Lord Btrathoona and en route to thi
Hritish West Indies.
i rekahlonwake]
The  Iroquois  Indian Pool i:..t- rtnlnerln
poems,  legends snd  stories, supported
by the eminent jrottng htinmrfHt,
In   ehiiiiiiuiL'  sketelns   from   llr.   Iliiiin-
moud's fiilk lore itorlM or Kninh
A plowing feature of tha evening will
he the dainty one :irl  emu. il>
Wrltieii especially r,,r Maa Johnson and
Mr. McRaye, In which the) will
both   :��:. i.���n.'.
Pall Hall Oaiette, London England
July    17.    1008:    "They  gave ol i
pll usii.e {,, a |:,rRl. :lr,,; raahlon 111 Ii
Bra, London, July tl, 1908: "The I
unique  and   unhackneyed   perfortnanc
of the season."
Dally Mirror, London, July 17. 100.
"Loud applause followed each number.'
Times. July 17. 1008: "A clever and
eff-eilve programme."
or eleotiica] work Qnlahed and charged
for from  this shop will show yon  how
iiiptarely und hoiiornhly we conduct our
ThoHo who employ uh need not worry
abonl our charge! and ns to workman*
ship they know It   Is the belt
Repalra to machinery) telephones, etc
promptly   attended   to.
a. n. RtrvciRosE,
P. O. Box 165. Phono 227 A.
A*.. I    I, 1'A.Mrr.. -..-... *
liter December of this year the pah.
Ushers will urn l.e permitted to issu,. ,,r
"*ii nil" edition. Km- Mint reason ��.*
were enabled i<> secure at al t  ball
the   ri-Killur   pile."   live   si-Ik  nf   this  ,.,1|.
tlon, and buyers in Nelson win secure
ihe iieneiii The Information contained
in Mi��H.' books is up to date, sad a*
wori.s of reference are without sseqnal
They were formerly sold at leather $12
cloth, >'.*,; Our price leather, $25, cio th'
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD.
Phone 81
>���.  A.  ISAAC
POUINI)lifh��*3 AINU
tVaspi-lrimi   Slid J���totolnfl v*��.ui.Ji*r*-J wltti  D-mpntuh.    MhM_i -s.i_,   . ,
Orw   Gi*r��*.    to.   IV.    G. mt -#i_t urn'   f_Hr_. ��f        |'
lorn.-!- nf II.   I mx,A
NEUSOM,    13. C.
-B_stai vi
H* Koiltti
that I. fa.hlonable and durable can -.
bought now at a price thu it turc to
tempt you. Winter etylee are being
shown. Come quick and get the pick.
Shirt., Collar, and CufI, galore. Milium and Heavy Weight Pajama. and
Night Shirt, at proper price... Particu-
'ar people will be pleased with our ofTer-
Wo would like to BM all our putronH comrortahle this winter and In o-tfer to
do 80 we have in stock the best ISSnrt ed lino of heating stoves and ewk.E.
ftOTM  ami   rank's  ST*r  befere  pmontOd to the public In Kootenay.
Wo would bo  pleased to show   you    our line and before making .���   i  ,-'
OlUUe kindly boo what we have to offer.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited. n.i,o�� trm*.
Pl.ir.es to have your prescription, tilled.
But to have them properly and carefully
compounded    as    your    phyiiclan   P"*"
scribes, bring them    to the    Popular    Store.
Poo.e-Lo3igl?urst Co., Ltd.
Itak, r and  Josephine Sts.
aud D____3Cra Lumber, Shingles*
Utitl-i, Mou.cUnv-;��, Doors, Windows.
I'urnud Work unci llrncliutH. Mnil Orders promptly tittfniBd��"
VBRNON aTRBBfT   -   -   -   iNHI.Hors. I*. P.
Wc have B full stock of the
Lime-Solphcr-Salt  Winter Spray
In 50-lb. and I gal. tins.
The Brackman-Ker  Milling  Co., Ltd.
For Miners, Lumbermen, Ranch-
ers,    Housekeepers.
Let os Sopply Yotff Needs
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd*


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