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You can pay more, but can not
buv a purer or belter minkkai.
wATEr than "HALCYON."
VOLUMI.   2.      NO.   144
cDailu Canadian
by Insects
j Girnun Medical Scientist Traces the
Strange Malady to Parasites
of Crocodiles.
;i   \,,v   21     Professor Koch has
I i          account or his
1 ,, nu ... Baal Africa to 11
... .1. 1.1   .,1   tba  Lokalan-
, [,     01. who  is in the lici ol
I ai :  thai   he  had   bean   living
I eighteen month, on ;. >l.	
I . ...1,  Ing ". Hi' 81     -    '���' IB
1 IddlH ol  Victoria Nyanaa, with
. .1 lergeanl  as  mi* aol.
raj .:���'' 'i'
.,   .traw   lint   elm-tar
 hi. .1  1.:.   ihe ni.iiv, s  .,11,1
i.,i,,.;.. ..ns throughout
.. ..1  whom were Venn. 11
... 1 tbe third a German Gov. rn
Their onli m< an   ol  I
���1, the ��..rld wi.s 11 prime
... atoned  out   ol  the
mm. ol .1 tree, which conveyed them
. ...       .    nai llcularl)   pre.
_,!, mi 1 land 1, the Inhabl
��� .   gradually  ii: in- oil
tvagos of ilie dleeaee
1.... ii baa aeoertalned that
,lil.��� :ir. t..lllul Hi" 'in*
.... ., ,1. I.nl ..ill* in
hunks. Th,- blood ol
i!���. chlei nonrtabmeni
. palpalla, the luaeet
he term "f the itiaeaau
IBS, ..        I,'mul      li.JW.rli   the
.nimul's   bide.
The eitermli itlon ��f the glosshu.  Is
n  ih.. s;..i,e end  limy  be
roylni lhe crocodllee or
..I   ih..  hushes  and un
.. ���.   ih,- animal. Writ
k .. i. made attempt! io pot
.* nil prepared meat, but
difficult)   in  preventing the
.. 11m ;.n.I sating t'
Tin-   principal   outeolne   of   Pi
Koch's Investigation! ls  thai   there  is
���1 r n .aking a certain
. i  11.,   slaeptoc-alckni
���   .,1. t.. nombal it.
1 I i, '. <" i.'ii      .,1     '."     nic
i , in,-.,, ions, 1,in   the chief
:   [ll   Ing   Hi.'  .Us. lis,    lie  111  con-
��� i'i!  attendance  ami  In  pre-
nl    from nolng lui" huh. 1
in uninfected parts.
Shoot ng of Calician in Manitoba by his
, Brother Was  Probably  Not
Mtdrk, Man.. Nov. Sl.���The adjourn
"i 1.1���.. 1 into tha death ��f Maxim Bee
... lit.  victim ..r M.iiuia. .* ohootlm
Little Britain waa    rastuns*
ai the inline of ihe deceased
I.    'ill.   I'.i'Hplllko   \.1,S   S.'l   flee,
li.- ..ni. evidence taken was thai  ot
ualko,  ihe  brother erho  .ii'i
* ihooUng     Ills story  waa thai then
lia.i been some joking abonl ��� aweater
.inn;      ii.- i;..i  up 1101.1 the
,. Ill   I.. a mi ' ..11 th.' "nil
1  blmaell    Noticing 1. gun itan
��m in ihe .-..rn -r ..11. ... 1 I... ������ ha i"'1'
...1 �����< 111 1.. ham 11 in i's pro*
which ��ii* ..!, 11.e wall dlreol
.*!.. 1,   ii:. 1 rothei 'aiis alttlng.
'!��� "in. 1111.ue.11m1.1i,! ���   way   the   gun
* ��� 'i ��� barged The reason given for
��� 'hutppearance attar the ihootln 1 '��� ���
'''���'���'��� 11.1.111...1H wm, rn  in threatened
'..in im his oaralessnots The
... 11   >.'si.i nn>    practloall)
ati    this itorj     Alter oonalder
'"1 Hi. evidence ror noma time tho Jury
Jwnghl in ii... lollowliiK verdict: "That
'U'w n* -:.iiiUo cane to his death by
R shot lu his own lu.use by hla bro-
jlwr Pnuio iieapalko, bul we arc unabli
�� -i" whether the ���hooting wns aoet*
""""I  or Intentional."    The   prisoner
*i'�� then released.
ceptanoe ol a loan of E 1,600,000 for the
construe,!,,,, uf a railroad from Bhang-
ba! to Nanking, although tba loan was
up;.rove,i by an Imperial edict, the Chinese contend tha acceptance would
mean iiii'isii preeminence In the section
traversed and would prove an entering
wedge i���r iii,- ultimata absorption ot
the Yangtse Valley.
The popular feeling agalnsl the ChK
lie-" oiiiciais in approving of the loan is
ho strong nun ihii. are open threats ot
punishment it la urged thai the) be
treated us traitors. The tomb, of their
ancestors were destroyed. Beveral rail-
road officials, including th, chlei i ngl*
neer of construction, committed suldds
;i ��� ��� protest agalnsl the loan,
Tha local gantry lias Demoralised the
throne aa in lis willingness to guaran-
  several times ihe amount to Insure
Chinese   ownership ami  control.
��� The controversy haa intensified ih"
fe.iiim between the British and the Japanese, the former charging thai the
Japaneae rivalry for the Yangtse is ths
real Inspiration for the Chinese ui ti
The boycott movement la aimed primarily al lhe llrlllsh. hut contains a
menace lo all foreign Interests. Thu
consequent poealbtllt) is a nrtous dan
get to all foreigners.
Barley Crop  Ruined  by  Rain.���Petition
for   Free  Grain   Imports.
Stockholm, Nov. fl.��� Kumlno conditions are threatening the Vester.ierhtiul
nud Vcbtciboiu.ni districts >.i Lapland,
Where .l-'lu&iug rains have had disastrous effects on the crops. Official n.l
vies su> that the threshing barley onl*i
aretghs .VI Ixllognuns pod barrel Instead
oi iii" the usual u*. The bread baked
ih. i. from Is l.lack and almosi worthless
as food, and that the milch cows must
I,.- siaimiii.ired i" prevenl the i" ople
from dying ����r itarvatlon. The Swedish
cabin, i has been petitioned to remove
Ihe diii. on grain and other sliilfs lu
..I 1- i lo alleviate the threat, n. .1 si.ovation. V.'Slcili"! land. -i:i lhe cull ol
Bothnia, lias a |/*.|.illation of about 140,-
ut,,,. v.-sieihotiui extends irom tne
cult o, Bothnls io ih,- border <>r N'or-
w.i>      Th,-  population  nnmbers  about
l!.,'int).     Both   are   within   lln-   Swedish
Capt.   Mauger  Wrecked   at   Sea  and  on
Land Turn.  Up  in  Pans.
Chinese in Vanqtae V.llcy Excited Over
Railway Charter.
Shanghai,   n v.   ���_:.   i',,ni-  American
1,1' ���'''.  wiih  r,��� ;., nder   Bear    i i
')" Dagshlp Concini. are gath      I    '
S1,iiii|:hal     watching     lhe     sit mil Ion al
'l"kini;. ih, x, provlnoe to tha south.
���"ore antl.forelgi reeling Ih strong     >
wiycoit on iiiiiiiab pno.is   is    actively
> liliies,. HluiientH nre being Withdrawn
"ii  Uie  foreign  schools   al   Nlngpa
���""-iiiiuirles are greatly alarmed.   The
��i iiiii.n was precipitated by the efforts
'"'' British syndicate to fovco the as-
British Troops Called Out
in India
Simla   Isolated���Government  Business at  a  Standstill���Traffic
Blocked���Prices Rising.
Paris, Nov il.���After on extraordinary Mrtea of adventures, Captain Mau-
ger, a Trench naval officer, who some
mouths ago was ofllclutly r. ported de;.'!.
arrived yesterday in Purls. The captain
cominan.le.l the cruiser Chan/.y. Which
hecame a loial (Track off the Chinese
eoasi Mn; last. On this occasion Cap-
tall. Mauger was sluleil to have been
drowned while attempting to save his
ship. lie. however, reached Shanghai
:,i. .mil well, and a l.legraln WM sent
lo lhe minister of murine correcting
ihis etrlir.
The day after the telegram was sent
the officer was riding In an automobile
with a friend when a collision occurred
with another vehicle. The occupants
,,l  the ear were ihrown out, anil  while
Captain Manger was lying Injured on
lhe   roadway    he   was   run     ovei      hy   a
heavy   Hi oglne, his skull being frac-
tared  and   several   tibs being broken.
II" was  picked  up for dead, and taken
to the American hospital. There the
,., oeiving ii "'I examined him, nnd.
in view of his fearful injuries, declared
thai n was Impossible ror him to live
through the Bight I ssed on the noc*
tor's stiiieineni. n second telegram waa
s. in off to the minister of marine, an*
u 'in'  thai   ihe Injured officer was
be ..n.i hop.- or recovery, and thai his
death  was bul  a  Question ol    >    fo*
some  .lavs  elap   4  and  ns  nothing
further was board i  Shanghai, tbe
minister of ma, in.' " included thai Cap
tain Maucrs .i. mh had duly tak, ii
plaoe They aooordlngly Informed bis
i.i.Hives to this effect, and struck him
,,ff the strength of the navy. As It so
happen.'! be disappointed tba doctors,
ami cheated death.    After having been
un. selous for si*, weeks, be mads a
slow reooven When he was convalescent he started for Europe, Ignorant
���f the fad thai his demise had heen
announced In   the   principal   French
Gold   From  Germany.
Southampton, England, Nov, 21���Tho
North  American   Lloyd  steamer  Kron
l'rtnz   Wllhelm.   which   Balled   from  IhlH
...ri for N.w Yoii, today, had on board
nearly live million dollars in specie.
New  Eastward  Record. .
Queonatown. Nov. 21.���The   Cunard
ii,,,,,. Lusltania, which i.-rt  New   rork
N,,v Uth, passing Band Hook llghlslilp
���,   al.oiil   1.81   p.   ni.   thai   day,  was   IM
miles wesi of Pastnel al 10.88 a. m. to*
,|av      Fsstnel   llchl   Ih   nrty-four  miles
w,."si   ,.r  Qt nsiown.      The   I.HHltanln
Should arrive ai Quaenstown al abonl
eight o'clock HiIh evening, making the
iime of her pii'isago nhoiii 1 days, 22
hours mul ��� '��� minutes, in ihls case she
would heal her previous eastward record
Calcutia. Nov. 21���A British regiment hiiB left  Fori   William for Azatiol,
Bengal, the junction of the Heal Indian
and Bengal-Nagpur railroads, where Iho
railroad strikers are looling cars. Government business is almost at a standstill as Simla, the official capital. Ih
Steamers are unable to sail as they
lack both coal and cargo. The prices of
provisions are rapidly rlBtng here.
Toronto, Nov. 21.���A letter has heen
received from Kev. .1. Fraser Campbell,
I) li.. In Central India, by the Presbyterian foreign mlaalon hoard, under
dale of October 84th, stating that famine now threatens India. Prospects are
very l.lack. and a worse famine than
lhal of eight yeiin. ago is feared. In
Central India, Bengal and Punjab the
crops will be failures through lack of
rain. The nutlv.-H are Buffering further
from lack of food.
Unique Function at Welbeck Abbey for
Spanish Sovereign..
New York, Nov. 21.���A I��ndon do-
spatch to the American says: While u
group of the ablest lawyers in Kngiand
Is trying to oust tho Duke of Portland
Irom his aetata in favor of George Hol-
letnby Druce, the duke last night gave
a laviBb banquet tn honor of the King
and Queen of Spain al Welbeck Abbey. For the first lime the wonderful
underground apartments which were
constructed at a c ost of millions of
pounds sterling hy the duke were opened to his guests.
The King and Queen danced In the
greal subterranean hallway the walls of
which were covered with priceless pic-
lures while supper was served In an-
other tremendous underground apartment upon gold plates. All Ihe aristocracy ��r England was summoned to
honor the Spunlsh royalties and dance
iu the Abbey subway hall room and
twelve hundred guests sat down to supper in the underground picture gallery.
programme with S. A. Wye acting as
chairman and culling on brother Kugl.s
to soar. Refreshments were then served, followed hy a very enjoyable dance
for which nearlv all the guests remained.
Reception  to   Rev.  Mr.   Frith.
A splendid reception was tendered
Itev. A. N. Frith, the new pastor of the
Baptist church, last evening. A good
representation of the church and congregation were present to give him a
welcome. Revs. F. H. Graham and R.
N. Powell were present to extend a
welcome from the sister churcheB. Kev.
Mr. and Mrs. Graham sent regreis. being out of town. Addresses on behalf
of the church were given hy Messrs.
('have. Thomson and Wolverton. and
Mr. Powell spoke for the clergymen of
ihe city. Joseph Patrick also spoke a
few words of welcome. After a duet by
Miss Lt. Bills and Mr. Brown, light refreshments were served.
Corps of Veterans.
A Suggestion has heen made that a
corps of veterans be organized in Nelson io Include all who have seen war
service for the empire by land or sea.
Such organizations exist in all lhe larger cities of Canada and even in several
places smaller than Nelson, Including
Revelstoke and Moose Jaw. Nelson
contains many who have fought for the
Hag rrom before the Crimean War. The
oldest on the list are probably Col.
Jarvis, Sergi. I.nscoml.e. F.. Sutcliffe.
Sr.. and Ser_:t. Klnahan. All who ar**
eligible and willing to join such a corps
are invited to, hand in their names at
this office and arrangements for organization  will  be made later.
Sir    Robert    Anderson    Advocates    Reform in Method, of Dealing With
the   Irreclaimable..
W O'll'l  '���' **'   "* '   ,	
hy about 31' minutes.
School Board.
The regular monthly meeting of the
board of school tiustees will be held
late this afternoon or this evening.
Great   Northern   Branch.
More than Sim men are employed on
the Great Northern branch between
Fernie and Michel, hurryiim ii lo completion.
University Club.
A meeting of the I'nlverslty Club
committee on ihe Provincial University
will be held In Dr. Arthurs office tomorrow ut 4.:'.n p. m.
Moving to Vancouver.
K A. Swart, for many years in Ihe
jewellery business al Kossland. is mm'-
lug his stock to Vancouver, where he
will carry on business In future.
Delegates  Off  to  Vancouver.
.1 A. Kirkpatilck. .1. B. Annable, Q. A.
Hunter, J. S. Porter and W. W. tlosnell
left tor Vancouver hist night to attend
the Provincial Conservative convention
tomorrow and Saturday. Credentials as
delegates have been forwarded also to
\v   A   Macdonald, K. 0., John Klllot and
/..   Chollle.
This office hus been besieged today
wilh queries as lo the meaning of the
following from a morning contemporary
���sir winriil Laurier is being congratulated today on the anniversary of his
sixty sixth birthday." Inquirers want
to know which anniversary of his 86th
hlrl Inlay 11 ls, and why he celebrates
the anniversary of Ihe 86th rather than
that id any one of the other 1,5. There
Is some mystery here. A ny one in possession ol lhe secret owes It to the
public  to divulge   It.
Eagles' Social.
The social evening under the auspices
of the Kudos, las evening was largely
attended and entirely successful. The
llrst part of the evening was devoted to
progressive whist, then came a musical
Quebec Bridge Disaster
His Fault
Ould Have Been Saved at Cost of
$100���General News of Canada
From Ocean to Ocean*
London, Nov. 21.���In KtiKland recently a man of 74 was Bent to penal servi-
ture for seven years. This white-haired
old man has already ���poat 45 years in
prison. Ills has been a life of crime.*
He pleaded for mercy on account, of his
extreme age. but mercy could not be
granted him.
What can society do on the one hand
to protect itself from professional criminals of this class, and on the other to
help the criminals into more satisfactory  ways of life?
Sir Robert Andorson replies to this
question in his remarkable book, Criminals and Crime, jusi published.
The men who today come into close
touch with crime, and who are alarmed
bv the increase of professional criminals, do not ro so far as Sir James
Stephen, who advocated a return to the
death penalty for offences against property If the offenders were irreclaimable; but they are none the less convinced that modern methods or punish
men! are unsatisfactory.
While crime in general is diminish
ing, "professional crime Is on the Inert ase." says Sir Robert Anderson, "and
this Is precisely the kind of crime
which is the most serious danger to
the community, and the severest tax
upon police administration.
"The true professional Is an advanced
disciple of Hobbes. He Is not embar-
rSSSSd by either twinges of conscience
or a sense of shame. And for such a
man a criminal career Is a life of adventure, such as will compare favorably
with most other kinds of sport.
"A friend of mine, the minister of a
Wost End chapel In 1-ondon. tells how.
In his last visit to America, he preached in one of the larger jails, and after
the service visited some of the prison
ers In their cells. One case Interested
him especially, a man of good education and address, and seemingly of abilities fitted to command success in the
"My friend gave vent to his slncer ���
distress at finding such a man in such
a position, and was going on to 'Improve the occasion.' when the prisoner
cut in with the remark that he believed
in Kngiand we were fond of fox-hunting
My friend, regarding it as a broad him
to change the sublect. assented.
'"And tmiy 1 ask.* said his companion, 'when a man gets a fall does bo
give Up hunting?' And on getting the
only possible answer to such a question,
he added. I have had a bad fall, and no
mistake, but 1 count on better luck another  time.'
"This case is thoroughly typical. The
true professional Is not a weak creature
who yields to uncontrollable Impulse,
Living n life of adventure, and having
a soul above working for a living, ho
pursues a life of crime with a full appreciation o.f Its risks.
"Change those risks to certainties,
and yon at once supply a motive adequate lo Influence his course. If every
f0X-huntar ended by breaking his neck,
fox-hunting would be shunned, save by
a lew desperate men; and the same
would bn true of professional crime of
this character If it always ended In dls
There nre In this country a compara
lively small band of known criminals
who are, we nre told, responsible foi
almost all the more serious crimes
against property. "Such men live WelL
They can nam*? their favorite wine nnd
they know a good cigar. A trip to
Brighton Is an ordinary Incident to
their easy lives; and a winter visit to
Monte Carlo is nothing out of the way.
They are responsible for the elaborale
frauds, the great forgeries, the jewel
larcenies, nnd bank robberies which
* now and then startle the public."
Montreal. Nov. 21.���A special from
Philadelphia says: "Vigorous language
directed against Theo Cooper without
mincing of words, marks the testimony
given by officers and engineers of the
Phoenix Iron and Bridge company to
the commission which is examining into the collapse of the Quebec bridge on
August 20th last. Ou the shoulders of
the old engineer Is placed tiie burden
of responsibility for the fall of the
mighty structure, the greatest ever
built in the world, which was to have
heen the crowning point of his career.
The charges made against Cooper are:
(1) That when the engineers of the
Phoenix company, who were on the
bridge, reported that the chords were
dellectod, Cooper replied that there was
no danger. I _ ��� That Cooper did not inform any of the Phoenix officials that
$lnu worth of timber and bolts would
brace the weak spot until it could be
permanently strengthened, (.t) That
Cooper placed a unit stress of 24,000
pounds per square inch on the structure
which was a larger stress than ever before recorded. 14) That Cooper refused to visit the plant at Phoeuixvllle and
view the putting together of the first
chord made for the bridge. (5> That
Cooper knew a large crane was to travel
as far as the end of the suspended anchor arm. HU That Cooper ordered
the main span lengthened from 16,000
to 18.000 feet.
liattleford, Nov. 21.���At the assizes
J. J. Dennis was arraigned for asaultiug
Stanley Jackson. This took place in thf
Clarendon hotel at North llattleiord. Tb��-
affair wound up by Dennis chewing
Jackson's ear off. an act which was
characterized by the crown prosecution
as "cannibalism pure and simple." W.
W. Livingstone appeared for Uie crown
and A. Paynter for the defence. A mass
or evidence was submitted and after a
trial lasting the best pan of a duy His
Lordship said that as there seemed to
be a doubt in the case, the prisoner
would have to have the benefit. He was
acquitted. This exhausted the criminal
list. His lxmlshlp then took up the
civil list which la expected to last out
till today when His Lordship leaves for
grain than was stored here at this time
a year ago.
Prince Albert, Nov. 21.���Ninety per
cent of the city taxes have been paid
Into the treasury. Of the ten per cent,
unpaid seven is due from non-residents.
MacLeod, Nov. 21.���A bold attempt
was made to burglarize the Hudson s
Ilay stores here at an early hour last
evening. The watchman upon trying
Uie door discovered a man In the act ol
loading a rifle he had just stolen. When
iliscovered he bolted down the cellar
stairs, .dropping the gun and amnitmi
tion on the way. Ilefore he could be
headed ofT he effected his escape by
means of the chute through which the
goods are received. The police were
notified. Up to the present lime no
trace has been found, but ihe officers
are worklug on a strong clue. It has
since been discovered that the thiol
secured several articles ol cutlery and
about $25 In cash.
St. John Nov, 21.���Andrew Van Die
man of Kansas City, brother of Cornel
Ins Van Dleman. who was killed on the
Intercolonial railway train Monday
night, Is held b\ tin* Coroner. He said
he and his brother had been drinl.lng
and had a slight quarrel. GOTttellUS
leaving him. The coroner had Andrew
before him yesterday but he was unable
to give a satisfactory statement because
of his condition and was returned to
St. John, Nov. 21.���Hon. Dr. Pugsley
and family left St.. John last night for
Ottawa Wllsre they will In future re
Winnipeg, Nov, 21.���A mysteriou fire
which started In an old stable, probably
of incendiary origin, destroyed $144,000
worth of property last night. It burned
an old warehouse, belonging to Frost
and Wood, Implement manufacturers,
then spread to DfSO- ��� pickle factory.
from which it Jumped the Rat Portage
Lumber company's s, h and door factory and Merrick and Anderson's track*
warehouse, all of which were completely destroyed. Only the excellent work
of the brigade prevented more serious
damage. The C. P. R. Imperial Limited
weBtuound was delaved two hours and
a half.
Kenora, Nov. 21 .���Seven men were
kl'led and four others Injured ln an explosion of .dynamite at camp No. t> on
lhe O. T. P. construction, north of Dry-
den. Doctors and a coroner have gone
to the scene.    No details are available.
Rrandon, Nov. 21.���A disastrous fire
occurred last evening, the loss from
which is placed at $20,000. The origin
of the fire is a mystery. It was first
noticed on the four'b floor of Campbell
& Campbell's brick block by the police
who at once rang in an alarm.
Wetaskiwan. Atla.. Nov. 21.���W. Mc-
Intyre was the choice of the Strathcona
Liberals at a convention held yesterday.
Toronto, Nov. 21.���The climax in the
Low mining cas��* has been reached by
the arrest of Frank Law and W. I-ock-
li.ii" Russell, both of whom remain in
custody on a charge of conspiracy to
defraud the public and to affect the
public market price of stocks and
shares. t
Vonda. Snsk., Nov. 21.���Twelve miles
north of Vonda two Gallcian children,
ag'-i three and four, were suffocated to
death Sunday night by the bed clothing.
The coroner has decided that an Inquest is unnecessary.
Winnipeg, Nov. 21.���Provincials Constables Maker and Parr yesterday morning captured the Calician who shot his
brother Tuesday, in the bush near the
house where the killing occurred at
Little Britain, between here and Selkirk. His correct name is Paul Uas-
C. Scott Galloway, of Grand Forks, arrived from the Houndary last night.
G. R. Naden, M. L. A. for Greenwood,
arrived  from  the Houndary   last night.
J. P. McGoldrick, of Uie McGoIdrick
Lumber company, arrived from Spokane
last night.
Gus UHckson is committing bis annual extermination iii ducks at Kootenay Landing.
Mrs. C. McGregor and her three child
ren have arrived at Nakusp to join the
husband and father.
10. W. lX-dolph, late manager of the
Sullivan smelter at Marysvllle, arrived
in the city last night.
J. A. Magee, manager of the Adams
River Lumber company's plant at Shu-
swap, is down Irom tht* mainline.
Mrs. Hodgins, wife of Major A. H.
H-nlgins. and children, arrived from
Kenora last night and are at the Strathcona.
J. Laing Stocks and wife will leave
for Scotland in about three weeks to
spend the Christmas holidays at their
old home.
James Neelands' condition, his many
friends will be glad to learn. Is improving rapidly and he is expected to be
able to leave the hospital In a week or
two at the latest
Europe Dislikes American
Police Court.
In the city police court this monlng
the fire bylaw case was again mljiniiii-
e.l till next Monday. Two Italians sp>
pearad on a charge of .Irunkenncss.
Bergeanl Wheeler found them quarrelling noisily on Victoria street opposite
lhe opera house at a late hour last night.
On US Interference, one. named Mulort,
drew a big clusi��-knlfe and promised to
"fix" him. The sergeant arrested both.
Mnlorl was fined $20 and costs, his
companion ?���"> and costs.
Port Arthur. Nov. 21.���The elevators
of Tort \rthur und Fort William nre
now storing sonielhing over six million
bushels of wheal wailing transportation
to eastern markets. The big companies
have nearly five million busbels of that
ailiuiint. At I'ort Arthur the. hnve 2.
600,000 bushels It. storage and C. 1'. II.
elevators at Fort William have L'_2.
000. The Ogllvie elevator at Fort William has 272. 108 bushels uml Ibis
amouni with what lhe Brnplre elevator
at Fori William and King's al I'ort
Arthur have, will make Hie total exceed 0.000,000 bushels. Government Inspector Olbbs stales thai this was approximately one hundred per cent, more
Restoration oi Confidence Does Rot
Require It���British Back
Report Disquieting.
London, Nov. 21.���The discount rate
of the Bank of England remained unchanged today at 7 per cent. This is
regarded as an indication that the directors are still hopeful that the American
government's efforts to relieve the currency famine in the United States will
prove successful, but lt did not suffice
to dispel the uneasiness regarding the
American situation prevailing in the
money market here. Lombard street,
like other Kurouean money centres Intends, It Is stated, to remain on the defensive until the conditions in America
Improve. Complaint ls made here that
New Vork bankers seem more intent
on dragging further gold across the Atlantic than on assisting the authorities
at Washington In restoring confidence
among the Reneral public.
The Hank of England lost the greal er
part of $2,000,000 in gold during the
past week and American orders for the
metal are still coming ln. Very little
gold Is arriving here from the continent
to offset the drain, continental competition ror sterling bills having ceased, a
fact which the money market is inclined to accept as an Indication of the unwillingness of Paris to part with much
more of the metal.
The weekly bank statement of the
Hank of England shows the following
changes: Total reserve decreased ��1,-
198,000; circulation decreased ��213.-
000; bullion decreased ��1,410,5.0:
other securities Increased ��418.000;
other deposits decreased ��l.R96,fl00;
public deposltx decreased ��82C,000;
note reserve decreased ��1,136.000; goT-
ornriiTit securities unchanged. The
proportion of the bank's reserve to liability this week la 38.78 per cent, compared with 40.52 per cent laat week.
New York Education Authorities Order
that Sacred Names Be Hot Used
������Influence of Jews.
After Many Years.
Nels Demnr s, the veteran prosjK-ctor,
has  returned    to    Nelson,  after a  live
months'   sojourn   in   the  east.     Nearly
tlghty-four years ago Mr.   Deinarj was
born ln Neva Scotia, and when he was
seven years of age he moved to Klvlere
du Loup, where he lived with his family
until he was 27 years of nge.   Then he
led   home  and  came  west,  and  for  5"
years he has lived on the Pacific coast
and  in   the   mountains   of   the  Interior.
In an accidental way a few year**, a^o he
learned that  a brother and sister were
living  at   Temlscamingue,  Ontario, and
a few months ago he decided Upon making a trip lo his oid home and renewing
the rr.ei.d-. of his youth.    Hut when he
Sriived there he was surprised to learn
lhat only live of tits early trieuds were
still living, and they had almost forgotten   him.       He     visited   his  sister  and
brother at Te miscnmlngne.    The brother waa only seven years old wheu  Mr.
Dt mars left home, so he knew Utile or
nothing about him,    The sister, strange
to say. although she was only a year old
when he left home, had a suspicion that
the stranger was her brother.    She ask
ed lo see his hand, and there she point
ed to a scar that had been inllicted by
a playmate over eighty years ago.    She
had   heard    her    mother and   brothers
speaking of this scar, and the fact was
firmly   Impressed   upon   her   mind.     He
spent several  months at Temlscainlngue,
but when tbe cold weather came on. he
mads nn his mind it was tlm-' to return
I to   British' Columbia.       Ills   sister   und
j brother, both unmarried, will come out
��� here In the spring.
New York. Nov. 21.���The Herald today says: "Orders that no hymn or
chorus containing mention of Christ or
Christmas shall henceforth be sung ln
the public schools of New York, were
given yesterday by the board of educar
tion. Following the announcement pro-
teats were uttered in every section of
the city. Kmphatlc Instructions were -
given by Frank R. Rlx, general musi-
cal director, to all teachers under him
that ln no circumstances during the
approaching Christmastide particularly, are they to permit pupils to sing
any song that shall contain any word
or phrase which would accentuate religious significance."
That all sectarian reference which
includes the name Christ and mention
of Christmas are being eliminated from
the song books In the public schools of
lhe city, was a surprising bit. of Information which was disclosed with the
announcement of Mr. Rlx's action yesterday. All the books are now in the
hands of printers for revision. Decision by the board of education to take
the radical step resulted from the agitation of a year ago when a representation of orthodox Hebrews appeared before the board and complained that the
Christmas festival as celebrated in
the schools, was essentially sectarian.
At that time no action was
taken. The matter was referred to the
committee on elementary schools of
which Abraham Stern is chairman, and
that committee reported recently In favor of eliminating all sectarian references in the song lwoks. The report
was adopted by the board of superintendents.
Tuberculosis Ball.
The name Is neither euphonious nor
otherwise allium.*, but tho purpose of
the ball to he given in the armory a
week from tornorr ow night Is well
known, nud it is meeting with public
sympathy and support to a degree never
accorded a similar function before In
Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walker have
devoted their time nnd energy to the
preparations and the results nre certain to be commensurate with their
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Tne uaily Canadia...
Clothing,    Gents'   Furnishings
and Boots and Shoes
Is beginning to arrive.
In about another week we will be able to offer full lines
in these goods, and can promise you the best value ever offered in the citj*.
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
D. R. WILKIE. President.
HON. KOiiEKT JAl'FKAY. Vice-President
Branches in British Columbia:
Interest  allowed  on  deposits  fl .ra date of deposit and credited quarterly.
���J.   M.    LAY,   Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporat. .1  A.  D.  1869.
 $3,900,000     Reserve Fund	
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of  Banking  Business.
CIAL ATTENTION given to the
Savings Bank Department, and
Interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Putitlfhed bis aayi* a wee* t>y the
Baker St.-  Nelaon. B. C
���a-taoacrlpllou rate*. WJ cent* a mouth delivered
tin me OUT, or to.OU a year 11 s*:ut by mail, when
paid lu mivauee
AdverUMUK ratea on application.
All  monies  paid   in   BOtUament ol   The Dally
Canadian   MOOUIlU,   BiUiei   [Ol   lUbacriptlOUa OI
-advettisiui*. luiici be receipted I-"" on the prim.-.1
iorm-i of me Company, -tuer receipts are not
Thursday. November 21, 1907.
The attitude ol  Canada  towai
question ot   Inter-ImjH rial   co opt ���
tor defence remains rathei  anomalous.
Nut lo ko back further than the d
thu Imperial congress, we have .Sir Wilfrid Lauder's contention thai  Canada i
participation mus.  alwaya be voluntarj
and entirely  within  the  the  control of
th*,*   Dominion   parliament    Much   wa
made of the enlistment  ol   bodh   3,	
residents ut Canada Coi servio In the
South Alrioao War, and the lacus an
oomtortably Ignored thai aiore thanhaU
of thut cumber were reoeni arrivals from
ihe old country and that ail exi
-*-**- re paid >"it oi th-' Imp. i lal tn a n.
axcepi whal wui borne b> Lord Btrath
it  has  been alao contended  thai  it.
building more I ranaconi Lnenta]   allwa;
and by undertaking the defence oi Hall
fax  and   Qsquimalt   Canada  la  already
doing a great deal.
Sir Wilfrid's contention, amplified
both by himself and by his colleagu.
and supporters, Is thai unless Canada
lias a direct voice In the control of a
war fund and of the naval and military
forces of tbe EQmplre, any contribution
by her of men, Bill jib or money would
be a violation of the sacrosanct1 prln
ciple or "No Taxation Wlthoui Repre
That bucb au attitude Is not whollj
satisfactory even to the ministers lis
evident from a recent attempt Lo d< >��� ad
it lu public made by ilou. Mr. 13 rod OUT,
of which thu Toronto News says:
"Mr. Hrodeur'ts address before the
Empire Club was Interesting and In-
atrucihe. 'ihe minister oi marina and
fisheries .b well regarded Id parliament
by both Liberals and Qonservatives. No
one doubts Ills Integrity or his devotion
to  the public service,     He  baa a hard
task, however, when he endeavors to
I in. that Canada contributes towards
the d. fence ol the Empire. We protect
the fisheries not on imperial account,
but on our own account. We carry on
tlie hydrographic survey, we have con-
I .] iu establish wireless telegraphic stations, we have assumed the re*
sponsihlHty of maintaining tlie dock*
yards ai Halifax und ESequimalt because
these are Canadian rather than Imperial services, and at least since Confederation there has been no reason that
the Hiitisi. tax-payer -should pay out
on< dollar ror the defence of Canada.
Man ror man we are richer than the
peopl. ol Great Britain. It is out of the
question tha! they should bear any
dare of our burdens. The sum of the
whole controversy amounts to this���
that we a ��� Taking mon adequate i-r--
parations for land defence and beginning to recognize our responsibility Lor
naval defence. But we hav.- still somi
distance to go and we are still under direct obligation to tin* Home Government im the protection of our sea*-
going  comn
Sir Wilfrid Laurier completes his
sixty-sixth birthday today, and is now
within four years of the span of Ufe
allotted bj the psalmist ah Canadians
will join sincerely in wishing him many
happy   returns.     In   the early '90s  when
Sir Wilfrid ftrst became a national figure hf was considered a very young
man.    As a matter  of  tad   be  was in
In the in un i*r of nn applied tiou for tlie issue of
du^ll a'.'Mihm 1 -ruileau** ot Till** to lota 11,
1'J and 13, group 1, Wut K.-nt.-nHv I'iftrlut, alao
known m llie ���'KooIciihy ��'hid," -Comfort" and
"Lulu" miner-.! (in,ma respectively.
Notli 6 ll In Troy given that ll in my Intention
to Issue nt the expiration "f one month niter the
liiM pn I. J If hi Ion lu-reof h duplicate fif Cerllfleate
Ol ritle .mi. tiVHdaof an undivided HllUUthr. in
each ot the a**ov��lots, issued on the nth day of
Mhv, A    I i. IWi iu the name of.I-dinC. Ainu worth,
and also a duplicate ol Certificate of Title Ho.
'.wooa of   nn   undivided 19-HK.thn lu   each of   the
above lots, Issued on tha nthdaynf May, A. V
ISW.in tba name fif Qeorge ���>. a tut* worth.
band) Registry Olfleo. Nelson, S. 0., August 6th
ll. K. UACt���OD."
District Ki>fflatrar
Notice* ls hereby given that at the
inxl. uniting of the lloaril of License
Commissioners for the District of Ymir
in be held aftei the expiration of thirty
days, l intend to apply for a transfer of
ih, License lor the drove Hotel from
myself  to William QosneU,
Krnosi G. Borden,
Hy Ills attorney,  Win. Gosnell.
Dated this 12th day of November.
Is always appropriate for Wedding Gifts, Birthday
Gifts, Birthday Presents, etc. Nowhere can yon find
so extensive or so attractive a display of exquisite
as here.    Bonbon Dishes,  Forks, Spoons, Servers,
Ladles, etc.
��� J. J. WALKER !
his fiftieth year in the campaign of
1891, the first under his leadership. Bnt
then Sir John Macdonald. Sir Charles
Tupper, Sir Hector Langevln, Sir Rich
aid Cartwright. Edward llluke ad Alexander McKenzie were all on Ihe public
stage. In comparison with those veterans the new Liberal leader, although
he had then been in parliament for 1G
years, appeared a very young man. In
the years that have elapsed since then
he has been In succession Mr. Laurier,
Sir Wilfrid and The Chief; ho has not
yet attained to tlie distinction of being
called "The Old Man ," partly because
there are in the cabinet three ministers
older than the premier, Sir Richard
Cartwright. Senator Scott and Mr. 1'ai-
erson. But there ls undoubtedly another reason. Somehow one nevei
thinks of Sir Wilfrid Laurier as an old
man. His vigor, his vitality and his
grasp all suggest youthfulness. In this
i. sped he resembles^atwo other British
statesmen of whom one never thinks a*
growing old. King Kdward, who ls 12
days his senior, and Mr. Ilalfour. now
in his  sixtieth  year.
understand he would obey them. That
remark caused his arrest Then came
ih. battle of cm Harbor. Things look
ed bad for the Union troops, and. for
getful of his arrest, Col Pickett Jumped
to the front of his regiment and led II
through the battle      I'or his conduct   be
was recommended for promotion t>\ the
man who had caused his arrest The
arrest was forgotten Col. Pickett was
made a general, and today there ar.
few outside of ('.en Pickett's persona]
friends who know thai the aii.st still
During the lifetime of Senator Hoar.
a pergonal friends ..r fJktn Pickett, it
wns suggested thai s special ael ol congress be enacted to expunge the record
of arrest. Oen. Picket! was always op
posed to this. He declared he wanted
to die under arrest. His wish Is prett)
sure   to   be   grant.-.1.
Gen. Pickett. U. S. A.. Declines to Have
Record  Cleared.
Worcester. Mass.. Nov, 2L���General
.losiali Pickett, the only veteran of the
Civil War who has been under military
arrest ever since the war. was eighty-
live years old today. A year ago be
had a full from which he never recovered, and for sums time his condition
has been considered serious.
Oen. Pickett's record is unique. Placed
under arrest by order of Gen. Stannard
just before the battle of Cold Harbor.
Gen. Pickett has felt lt an honor to remain under arrest. A misunderstanding
about orders caused a difference of ..pinion between himself and Gen. Stannard.
Gen. iili.-n colonel. Pickett remarked
that  when he received orders he could
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned persons have made application under the provisions of the "Liquor License Act." 1900, for Hotel Li-
ci-nces nt the places set opposite names.
John Marshall. Marshall Hotel, Kitchener.
Fred Adie, Fort Sheppard Hotel,
G. T. Snow, Outlet Hotel,  Procter.
C. E. IiurgesH, Kdna Hotel. Patterson.
Archibald & Davis, Palace Hotel,
.1. W.  Masterson,  Ymir Hotel, Ymir.
K. M. Peters, St. Charles Hotel.
John Ureau, Cosmopolitan Hotel.
G. S. Coleman. Waldorf Hotel, Ymir
Samuel Miller, Miller Hotel, Ymir.
L'lUisa McPeak, Sirdar Hotel, Sirdar.
Wm. QosneU, Grove  Hotel,  Fairview.
Malette & Johnson. Kootenay Falls
Hotel, Slocan Junction.
.1.  R.   Hunnex,  Mersey  Hotel,  Erie.
E. E. McArthur, Northern Hotel.
Geo.   Mead, Creston   Hotel,  Creston.
Alex. McKesson, Erie Hotel, Erie.
Joseph Walker, Erlckson Hotel, Erlckson.
Edith Gllle, Vancouver Hotel, Ymir.
Win. Gray, Salmo  Hotel, Salmo.
Geo. Munro,  Munro  Hotel Creston.
A meeting of the Hoard of Licence
Commissioners, will be held lo consider
such applications, at the Court House,
| at Nelson, on Monday, the lClh day
of December, 1907, at the hour of 2
o'clock In the afternoon.
W.   J.   DEVITT,
Chief Licence  Inspector.
Nelson, 11. C, 15th November, 1907.
Noted Speakers to Be  Heard.
Waahington, Nov.  II.���One    of   the
most   notable   gatherings   ol   Christian
workers that baa evei been beld in ihis
country win fill the I) \ K. Continental
hall tomorrow, when Mr. R. Sarasin-
Warneiy, of Geneva, Switzerland, will
ea'l lo order ill.' th'l" -i\lli in'- in;
tiona] convention of tin Young Men's
Christian aVssodatlons. Delegates will
be in attendance representing the as
soclatlons in the I'nlt.-d States and Can*
ada. (".r.;it Britain, Prance, Russia, Japan. China, India, Australia and several
of th.' countries of South and Central
America. Among the speakers to in-
heard are Ambassador James Bryce.
Governor R. it Glenn of Norih Carolina,
Dr. Robert Johnston, D. D-, of Mom
real. Dr Charles li. I'arkhur.i ..f Mew
York. Bishop ��' H. Brent of Manila, Dr
Floyd w. Tonkin, of Philadelphia,
Bishop William F. McDowell "i Chicago,
J. A. MacDonald of Toronto, and Dr.
Charles Cuthberl   Hull  of  New   York.
Reid Entertains Prince Arthur.
London. Nov. 2! Pr*nce Arthur of
Connaugbl wenl to Wrest Park, the
country swat of Ambassador It.-i.l. today
for a few days' shooting- The house
par'y will Include the Duchess nt Roxburgh'- and Lady A'.astalr Innes-Ker.
formerly Miss Annie Ilreese of New
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
*.ll  kinds of Dlnnerware ln stock.  Pat
Nelfon Laud I'lr-trict. iM-.trl-.-t ot Weft Koolenay
Take notice that Charles (i. Rs6_C_ "f ���po-
ksne. in the Htnte of W-ighltiKton, U ri. A , ii n
an. lal aj-i-ut, intend-- to apply for a apecial timber lice nee <ir,-r th��* followltiK <lei-fTir*��*<l laiul**.
(1) Cointnenfii.K hi h pott planted about :-U)o
feet eaut ot the went fork ofMlKSloii BTWk, One
half mile north of the International t*otin')i*,ry
line, ithoiit ten n. .������- uSHt of Kykertn, ti '...
them-c   houth   4o   chalna,    to   I'-e   international
boundary line, thanos west P0 chains, thence
north U) cimjHK, thence cant loo chain*, to the
point of oomincnceuient, aud contain in-* 1.40
acreH, more or let*.*..
Located the Wnrt October. A 1) , ]��r7
Ca_SX_B<3, Kkkijcj!.
(2) CommcncltiK Ht u poat about half it mile
taut of the wei-t fork of MIuhIou creek, about one
and a hall mile*, north of tbe it-tenia't.iu.i]
Ivoundary line. Hbout ten mller. eawl of liyitcru,
B C , tbenca went BO ohalna, thenee north Wi
chains, thence e nt hn chains, ihence south **"���
chalna to tin* point of commeiiceuieut, ant con-
talulnjj 64U Hcics. more or loan.
Located the '2Jnd day of October, A.D. 1.KJ7.
(:.)  Oomnunolng at �� post on tbe Lntarnatlon
al houndHty line one mih- ea*-l of the eard fork o*
MlKulon creek about iz miles eaut of Itykerla.
B.C., thetice 1-at.i 40 ihiiltii", thence north )**o
chain-,, thence ho ehalns west, thence 40 ObaltU
r-outh, the tn*.. 40 fhalu** cant, thence HO Chains
wml 11 to the (tolut of commencement mid contain Ink 640 acred, more or less.
J-oc.at-jd the 88rd day of October, All , 1907.
UHAttJ.Kh O. lUKiiKR.
Notice is hereby Riven that ��-0 flays alter dale I
intend to apply to tlie Bon. Chief OommllflpnSI
of Landi and Works tor psrmlSBtJO to purchase
thr following dene rlbed lands, nltuated in Wem
Kootenay diitrlet: Commencing at a post marked by name an Initial post of tbe Houth Kork
branch, one hundred feet from the lunation of
Lost creek with the noutb fork; thenee on**
quarter mile to the nortliwestcorner post,thenM
one mile to the northeast corner post, theuce
Ladies'  and Children's
Winter Unde*wear
Bargain Prices on all
I.a,li.s'   l'l..,.,,.,l     l.|���,.,i     S|,|r,B    an(,
Drawen regular Sto  for ISo eeci.
Ohlldren's   tJndenhlrta   and   Drawers
regular price i".,- at Uc each.
Odd  si/.,.s  In  Vests and Drawers half
You can buy a io-acrc Fruit Ranch  in  the best   fruit-j,'rowiuK district
in British Columbia by paying  % io down and ��tio per   month.
Even as an investment this is worth consideration.
Fruit Land has trebled iu value within on year. What will it do next year?
WAkll  ST!.!-!"!',   NBaLrSON
one 'inarter mile  to the *-outhen��t oornar post.
thence one mile t*> the pUol ol ��� oamMMement
JunesT7, 1907. ���>catad by Wm   r<fSnoLLY.
s. Leon Land DUtrfel   tMstnat-l ifest pCoo-b naj
Take  notice that   I. * hsrlt-s Hldney   bcary, n't
Burton City, H. C . DOOnpaUon farmer,  intend to
apply tor perm���alon to purchaas the following
described tand,. I <om_u uelng at a no-'t planied
about five miles northwest from tin   month of
Mortf|iiitu creek and mark, d "<". H |/�� Dortheasl
corner." thence miiith >*" i haina. theti'-i* wc-t >*-i
r-batni   thenei north ho chains, thenof eaat ho
chain** to polut of cotntio-necmcUl, r.mtt��iniug
MO acres.
Bept Tth.ia<n. Cuaki.ks Hidniv i.xary.
Nelson i*and imtrit.t. D^itnotol Weet Kootenay
Take notice thai II Wi|,iam��, occupation rancher; li B. Hi>*atllivs,iM'��'upatiou elect lie,itn ; nud
it H. P Smith, occupation luml-Tinaii; all of
Procter, B-1:., intend to apply for h iperlal tim-
bei Lloenoa user the following diMcrlbed lands.
Coinmeucliig ata pott abifiit three miiiseastol
VfUaonCreel  on south tliore of   Kootenay   !.����.-
thenee south nu chains, thenee aaal H chalna,
tbencenorth ho chaim, thence vaatSOebalni to
point  of  coinmenccinent,  00Ota_ling 640   a.-ren,
more or ivib.
Kepieinl-er Xfixh, 1W7. H   WlLU-WL
It. H. Hastihos,
K  H. 1*. HK.lH.
Nelnon I*atid Iii��trlct.   Utntnct ol Weat Kootenay.
Take   notice   that I.John   Jatne*.   lameroii    ot
Fernle. B �� .. oocupeiuon  contractor, intend to
apply for a *-i*.*iml timber   Itcefi-e   o.,r   the   fo|
lowlni deeonbed lands:
No. T Commencing at a post p1Hntcd about
three miles from the wesl I nop of the H t ,
-"ii1 llii rn Hy , on ('arroll creek, antl adjonun,*
A   .1   M,   H, \V  comer post   No    1   Olalm,   marked
"J. J. f s \\ corner i*ost," thanoa saat BO
chains, thenoe touth SO ohalna, than re iraal m
chains, thenoe norih BO chalna to the P\aoa of
commencement eontaininK mo aores, more or
Dated Ootober 2Btb. i��j7
No, 2 Commenclnk ata |��o"l planted about
two nnd a Imlf miles  from   the   west loop   oi   t|,,
B. 0. Southern ity misi-mall hh-hui emptying
into  Carroll   Creek and   marked   "I.JI.'.K   w.
corner   poet,1'   thenee  south   H(l  c|<Hltis,   thanoa
i'*Mwiii,n:n*   thenoe north so ohalna, thenoe
wet Wi chains to  the  point of commencement,
containing mo acres, more or leas,
baud Ootober 2'sth. i'.vr.
No Bi I omrnetictiiK al a post plmitnJ alxjiit
on.* half mile from the w. st loop of the H ('.
B lUthern Ky . on Carroll creek   marked --J   J. (J,
n. ��  cornet post, thenee south 80 ohatns, thenoe
eastSOohalna, thence no th BO ohalna, thenoe
west HO ctiatim lo  lhe   place   of  commencement
containing Gin acres, more or tear..
Dated October SStb, 1��T-
Johm Jamk" Camkron, Locator.
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Kava v..ii heard of if la " j
*li...' made especial!) loi rn; f
wben  the   ��,-t    weather i- :       j
Mad"   in   in. lis   and   \A'..l:l-ll - BM   $
t'uir Upper*, nnd Poll Donbl, ft* i
Price, Women'.  t*4-50 t
Men'.    W��> f)
R.   ANDREW   &   CO.   Proprietor.. ,
Nelson band District.   District of Went KooUtuay.
Take nollce that I, Alexander  Joseph  UoCool,
of Penile, li C, ooOunatlon, hotel-keeper, intend
to   apply   for a ipeolal   timber   Mcenci*  oVOt   the
'oIIowDik deacrlbed landn:
No 1. 0oJQU_e_Cltt| ata post planied nl,i.i,l
three miles from the B c. Kouthern Ky west
loop on   Oar roll  creek,   marked   "A. J   M.  H. K.
corner post," thenee north w,\ chains, thenoe
weat SO chains, theuce aoutb ho chains, lhenoe
eael BO chains to the place of iMiinmenceiuent,
containing ii4(> acrcr., more or I.   *
Dated Ootober _>ih, v.nn.
So.2 conimenctiiK at a poet planted Shout
on,* and a half mile from the west loop of lhe
It. C. Southern Ky. on a small Stream ruiiiilng
into Carroll   Creek   and   marked   "A.J   M   N.YV.
nornei post, thence nt uth ho chains* tbenos aaal
ho chains thence north wi ohalna, thenoe weal
ho chains to the place of commencement eoii-
ii. .i,iij,' fain at-res, more or less.
Dated Oetober 26th. 11*07.
No B,    Commeni Un/ at a   post  planted   about
two mllea (mn tba weat loop of tba B. (;. Houth*
crh Kv. on Carroll creek. marke<i "A. J. M H._.
OOTOer post," thence west W) chains, thence
north Ho chains, tbsnot east Ho ehaiim, thenee
SOUta HO (.Hum containing M0 acre*-, more or
Dated October ���.*��� n, 19U7.
Atsx-vuia Josu'U McCooi., Locator.
We OfjjTy iho Dnesl Huch of   fTtacy
Werstsds,  CbeyiotA,  Vsnstlans, Bootcb
anil Irish TwccrlK in the wcHt.
Kv- ry inn ineni is KuaiHiitoc'), to he In
th<'   most   OOrreol   fashion.
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Nollce Is herehy Rlv.-n tlicit the tiu-
deralgned huve Hi.l.tnltted lu the Lieu
tea -in 'i<��v,'i'ii,.ft-in-C<��uneil ., proposal
under the Slvera and sireain*. a.-i ror
the blearing and removing ai.Ht.ruei ions
ll'..Ill     the    l.llllilllli'l     Creek     (otherwise
known an Bix-Mlle Oreek) in the i*Ih-
ui.t ..I Weat Kootenay, Proylnoo of
Hri'lHli Columbia, and lor mukiml; the
i.ai.1 riei.it lit for rafting and driving
thereon logi, timber and lumber, and
for erecting ami maintaining dama ....
lhe   nai.l   oreek,    and   fur   coliHl in. IIiik
and maintaining    boomi   for   holding,
Mort.it,g and delivering 1o��h and timber
Ihereon, and for attaching buonm on
Kootenay Lake at the iiioiith of aald
.',. ek.
iii.' lands to he   affected   l.y   auob
work are Lots 7S7. 7S8, 7801, 7773, 'IHU,
Sill and 8418 all In (irotlp One, Koote
nay Dislrlet, and other lun.lM not Crown
(itant.m), occupied  or  Improved.
Tha tolls proposed to he charged are
such iik may be fixed by the Judge <>f
the   County   Court   of   Waal    Koolenay.
haled Die "kih .lay of October, 1��U7.
"COMPANIES  ACT,  1897."
Nrstlee Is hereby given thai Wilier '
Miller, of the town uf Creston, lw����
man, has been appointed tie '"',.'
torn-���>���    of    "Tho    Kinney'.MUh'r C.u��
RegiBtrar of Joint Rt"<* ('niii|'i",l|*
Victoria, liritish Columbia, October-'.
1907. __-
Certificate   of   Improvements-
ate   in   the
Kootenai Diamot.
Where locat-d;    West " *������
Salmon river, oilL Oralg   MounWin
miles from Krie, n.i.
< ��_?jLi!
Ik', In.... Krl... �����������,���--, Rr,i..sl'l��ll,ll><'. C ,
T���k,. 11. .lie.. I list !���*_/,_!��., -1". .''?,.
���,Lf. ' .TlllK'sle N"',k"''��� '", , mo fti'i1'
���.n tho >1s.l.' horeof. * , '' ���,���i','iii.'l''"'K
   ,'ort.n,',tl' "'   ""'......,. ..t tl"
Kuordw for a .'ortin,;��t
ih,. purpoa. ol ..btslnlas l r
sbOTa.Ulnis.    , .    ���,.,,.,. ,t,��t sell"",. "
Ami lunliiT  l��so n'*1",,ll'.i baforaUi'
HtllU'lK''1   "*���	
ol Hi''
��� . . i .....
, must l.o <
I... I. .I una Ull. .1.1' ' The Daily Canada
If you kiiew you could buy
o( fjnest   quality stumped "Canada Approved"   by Government
inspection on every package, would   you trouble making it, particularly when it will Cost You Less.
We have it   in all   sizes to suit  families, boarding houses
and hotels, 7. *���**. an*- 28 ''-,' Pai*s; 6o ������->��� tubs.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
rNEVUSOIN, ti. c-
I Casio, Rossland Boundary
W'hoicMHic  Provlalona,
Produce, - Rrult.
l.iv.rnin. i.l Creamery One Pound Uncus ror.-iv.sl weekly fresh from the
.���hum.    For sale l.y all lending grocers.
Oftloe and warehouse: Houston Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street.        -        - Nelson, B. C
Snaps mi Saturday night :    Kxteusion tables, Kitchen tables,
cook stoves, beaters, iron beds at bargains.
We want your   second  hand   goods.    See us before you sell.
j We pay the highest cash  price.
| " Dlatl-tSI ol W.-.I _i��itt-nay
Taktoottn taabeUs Pleroe,   f Hiraat.hnrj'.
f* '.    woman,   inlend-   .<>  apply
��� ; irehaaa the f-dinwiun dee-
meuctnf, at a p"M planted at
lha u'-rth  ��������� .i. ��� .i'. of * ���������
boundary  oi   i-.t   so   BU -
ui       iaina, mor. oi Laaa, lo the north-
Timber Limit   No   7-r.i. thenea
.  weet H chain*-, more or
,'.*.���   *i   ���    Of   What��han   lake.   t|,-tn*
r.i  n  aonthertt  aud  matt i
bal  -    mora "r  lent to the inter
* -    inenei H Bttf.li.1.  su>n -.r
���terlj   boundary   of Lai UB to
|   ' r ��� - tit
bei   ''���'..       EsaMU i.a Pisses,
1-   ��.. Katj^LMiia, 'gent.
I i'i-1net of Weat Koi banal
I lohn lb tall. "( Reed lea b < .,
I -ii, a ]-  t" apply  for per
il i  foiiowitiK   de* rlbed
*-''   Conr-nieQcina. at a ih^i planted   at th**
��� !   Lot 78*S, thenoe ��-n w
��� th SU  cttt��in��,   th.-ncc   -*s.*.t l*l
. '.���-.in*,   to   tin*   point of
"anuM nr. m-       and i iinitlimiir Jro aercn, more
��� r. 1907. Janita HiuiU,
K  t,. Kxryi-tKa,   \.*   ll
I' I Dtatrlet   l>t*-triii of W��t Kootenay
I ��� thai i   lohn l-tny. ol Kj laott.B.C,
��� ���   .u:.mi t>. apply ror pernua-
,,.,.��� itu deecrlbed landa:
al   *.   poat  punted at   the   N. K. of
���   ������'-     ii ��� halna, thence aouili -)0
��� ������.: j) chalua, thenea north J*
ui nl oommenoemeot, cnntatniiiK to
>  '   - "���   01  lend.
Jo~N t_sn
I B4 I'iMrict.   iMitrirloI Wt-Ft Kfvoteuay
I Ptl  al     Mien*-    Mcfitll,   of   the I'ity of
I .       ������ I reman, Intanda to apply for
I -.  irehaaa the f.diowtnK ������ acrihed
I Ing   at   a   p..*-t   pUoted   nt   the
I '    '  i.   C.  Morrlaon'a ranch, in  Fir
I ���   north   (..riy (40)  chalna, theiie
I" u�� chains, thenoa   aouth  forty (tn
1 ire weat lofrtj (iu)  chain�� mnt o
1 aud  containing   one  hundred
acrea, more or Lssi
' ���    t_d- IS07,      tUS-M UcOvu,
K-Uon i_nd Dutrtct. DUtrlot of Weal Kootsns*
h'-�� Dotifiothat I'liilip Ili.M.ki-baiik.of NelBiin,
��� ,���., '"'tiniion rHUcin-r. tntendi to npt.lv f>ir
I ��� pui aaao tha following daaertbed
-     (ommenclng Ht a poel pinntcd on the
I ��� ��� ��� ' pper Whataban ("'aniwH.) lake, at
I    **��� t. c-irnvr of lot m.t.i. thoni a weel 10 ehaina,
-' chaim, thence eaat 90 chaitn*,
I the *  the lake, thence
aa, the laid shore au ohalna, mon-
11o*7. point ��-f commonoemant. coniaiuim*
| ireoi I. *�����.
i  lath, itarj    riin.u.- BBon_asA��i
I liad.
" -i land hl-.tr.i-t.    Dlatllet of WrM Kootenay
1 y'?V" B��tloa  that   HiiKo Coatsns, of Altona,
i..,,';"'"1'    >��-rmer,     um-nda    to     apply    tor
I purohaaa tha rr&owfns 5oacrfhed
nmmanclni  at a poat   piautc.i  about
irom tin mouth oi Mor-ouitto oreek,
i     irk', i    .V*    WTUOt   of   thi*-    application   and
IkV,*';1   "   '"   N. K. corner," and rnniiliu.-"outh
,     '*lNi-   iiience weat HU ehaina, llieiuc north hh
oca aaat HO ohaini to point <>i com
Bal*?^.1*: r'����talnlna MO acre-,
"al'-d -tOth .Uy of AuKUflt.T.a>7.
lliTun OosraWi.
ABTBintA, HtKTON, Aicrnt.
i M
I   III'
ami DtitrlOt.   DUtriet 0l West K enay
notlOB   thai     Kranlt     F.     Hlenian.     oi
���   Manitoba, broker,   luttmdi*  tr>   apply
!ril"il"U   to   j.iircha-e   Hie   followliiK   den
"""'    Commeneing at a noal planted at
'tntaat corner ol Land applied lor, about
I mirk,'.i ���!��� ���_-""' t,u' i��i-'uiit of Moaqultio oreek
h1;^ ^����raer?'and runnlni thence
1 ennii r"���*S��-*tiK, them*,. f-roatSO chalua, thenoe
,,���. [l^chalna, tbenon eaat ** ��� ohaini to point of
W[.V'i,',.IH'.m' ����ntalnlng sin acres,
���"*th day ol AliKUHl, 1U07.
-* io iii> ii a  Bon-rnf. xh-i-m-
**!(> I>12R MONTH
We offer you host fruit landn:
best term��; host location; best
climate. Absolute    titles.      You
don't have to use all of your moans
In pavliiK for land. We want you
to put lt ink. development W��
also have tracts of 60 to 6000 acres,
prices and terms tho h.-Bt. We own
those lands and handle nothing on
If you don't Bee Fruitvalo you
miss the boat In B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Ward Street, Nelson, B. C.
Certificate   oi Improvements
���Tnlim" Minors!   I'lnlin sltusto In the Nelson
Viniiis invisiiii....Mii.' W...I Kootenai m.irict.
Wlii-r.- I..,sl,..l . .111 Ins-1 Mountain i\,....n.l s
hslt mil,*, iron. N.'ls,.n, 11. ..'.
Isk,. notle. nisi I, w. A Ms.slon.1,1. H<-tlns; ss
saanl lot IIiibI. s..ll��*rl��ll.l. Free Miner's Cer-
llii.,,1,. N... 1.1.'.-'--.I. Int.u.l fin .lays tri.m lhe <ls.o
t,. ......, to apply io ti"' MmiiiK BMordsr Iota
('.rtlll.-at,. ,.(  lnil.r..v.I.i.-iit*. I..r  lln-  rurp.-se ,.I
..l.lalnlns s .'rown   'li.ui'   "I   U'" at....*- .lam..
Au.I   InrllK-r   Isse   lino. ������   Unit   sell,,...   i.ml.T
S, . tl.lll .17,    lll.lSl    he   ".III '���' I    l-elore    Hi.'   IS"
���u. ..Unci. <���, nil',.-...,- .,1 'i'i!'r"v*-''i,,,inl"
Dated Oils ar.l .!.*> nl s. |.l. ml��;r. A   I... 1W7
\\    A    *IAI'l��,.NAl.H
Certificate  of  Improvements.
-��� ESlSF 11..I..' ."rsi'tlull" Mineral .'lalm, situate
lu lis Trout lake Mini... IHVlslnn. Ol West
K....1.nay   lilslrlel.   I.,..til."l   nn    PoftiSt   ereeS,
"i'i'.... null.',- that I. .'. Tailley Km Miners
lerllll.-Hl.. NO.   lis.'-",   un. '.'I '"'I"*-   Irnln   lhe
,la!e hereof to ��]>plf to 11,.' Mmll.K I! Mtdor tot
��� rerllli.'al. nf linprnveinents lor the porpoM "I
i.i.tainiiiK .. Orowa iiriuii "I the ..I"".' plain.
Aii.l t.irlhe, take Unllee that a.' Inn limler
H,.,.|l..n    :n.    innsi    hi*   e.numetlee.l     Is'lore    the
Isiusn-e ni siieh ceriia.-aie ol tn.ororun.nt..
I.aleU this Mh .lar "I Oolul.er, ITO.       ntm.
In Ih" nmtler of an appllealton tor tho isslie of
, ,lu|.l|.'.'l,   > elllllealenl Title lo.r parl^lOscros)
n 'he Matter of    tho "Land    Registry
*c*" and Amendments thereto,
i'1'.l'.l'i?.,., *ll<'r "' a" spplii'st.i... lor Ih. Is.ue ol
il., V';"'' ..!  llie (erilfle.u, of Title lor  lots
N"ll.e.U?'       i:I.   Urnill* 1. Knot .y   IllHtrtet
u"��',ie... ,lM'r''''>' Kiven lion it is my Intention
fl"l nil .'*|.l ralli.u .,1 ulie in.,11 III  from Uie
'"1"|",  ,   "'!"" Il'l.'.'f s.l.il.ll.'iiln < erllu.alenl
' ii,, |., , "'".ve .le.erltasl Is.i.ls. tntlieuai. I
"III,   .el        "oliertson   wlileh   rertllleale   Is
"till ���  l!''''*]' ��'I August,   1H-.IH,   anil   1.  IIUU1-
4"��u,i iiS?1'lr��'  OOIes,   Nelson,   n f.,   Illst  ol
tllstrict K��.l��lrsr.
Four    Commercial    Travellers   to   Visit
Europe, Advertise  Dominion  and
Look for Laborers.
Toronto. Nov. 111.���Tour rcpresenta-
Uves of Cam..la, I'lilltnli'-d. will start
round tho world In January. They will
act as trud.i couimiHslonoi's to the rest
of the universe. Tiny win I,.- c.iinnier-
olul travelers of lonn expcrlono.*. the
princes of their kind In Canada. Th.y
will know what to do mid how to do
it. They am operating now lu speotal
lines for private flrmB. They will still
retain their connection with theso firm",
as "honorary employe. ." lull will devote
iln-ir whole time and energies to the in-
teresta "f their new employer. Their
engagement will lasi U days, and tbey
are under contract to cover 8 minimum
ol 13,00 il liiilos.
A list of over thirty suitable men has
been submitted to the press, and submitted 111 turn to the whole staff of
Canada. These: will he the JinlH'"*
their Judgment Is now being expressed
In Ihe form of ballots.
Perhaps It will bo impossible for them
lo carry a full lino of samples. This
would moan a special train by land and
u whole steamer by �����*. Where thej
haven't "the goods" they will do all the
mora miking. One line will be butter
and cheese, the tlnest in tho world.
Denmark Included. Then there's th*.
wheat, with Manitoba No 1 hard at the
li. ad of the list. Farm produce or every
description; live stock that carries off
Bngland's blue ribbons: gold, sliver,
nick.-l. cupper, cobalt, coal .iron: pulp
Wood, and goods made up in tens of
thousands of factories. They will simply amaze the other peoples of the
Hut they will have a special mission
when Ih. y touch Bngland and Scotland
and Ireland. Canada's business, advancing with a wonderful rapidity, cannot
secure hands enough. Her lands are
Chafing In idleness. The four trade
commissioners will start an inspection
of the sturdy sons or the liritish Isles,
and If they muster under specifications.
the} will "pump in the Immlnrants"
They have a responsible part to play
In this quartette. See that they are
���OOd  men   and  true.
Trial of the Nebraska.
Seattle. Nov. 21.���Preparations are
boinc made al the Pttcet Sound navy
yard for the final acceptance trial of
the battleship Nebraska early next
we.k. The Nebraska is one of the latest additions to the commissioned navy
and Is commanded by Captain Reginald
F Nicholson, former assistant chief of
the bureaus of navigation. The officers
and other naval experts familiar with
the performance of the Nebraska In her
preliminary trials are confldent that she
will meet * all the requirements as to
Sliced  and other nualtiieations.
"L'OMIV,NIKS    ACT.   18117."
''''".I'l.i^Ke'gist.y olll'-o. No!.,,.., B. I'..September
'*���''"��� ''���""' ������ll.F.Mao.I.-On."
l.lHrlel Ko| l��lrsr
The Sliver Grill has opened under new management. White labor
only employed. Ths best 35 cent
meal In the city.
Canada. (
I'rnvtiic-  iif   Uriliau   Columbia.   \
No.   407. .    ���
This is ;o .-< rtlly that "WesUrn Canada Timber Company UmltedV' i�� -���"-
thortae- and ttosoaad to carry on bmil-
BAM within th�� Province of BrttUn < Oh
tunbis and to carry out or effecl all or
-iny of Uts objects or the Company to
which the legislative authority of the
LMlslatnre or initish Colombia efc-
tanfla, ,
Tin* head offlce or tha < ompany (b situate   al   161-4,   Dashwood   House,   New
Broad  street, in the city of Umdon.
The   amount   or  the  capital    of    the
Company is one hundred and seventy-
five  thousand  pounds, divided  Into one
hundred    and    seventy-five    thousand
sharea of one pound each.
The bead offloe or the Company in
this Province is situale at  Nelson, and
Leslie mil. Manager, whose address is
Nelson, B. C Is the Attorney for the
Company. .    ,
Glvon under my -li-nd and son! ol 01-
iut* al Victoria, Province or Britista Col-
mi.l.i... this BBtfa day of Ootober, one
thousand nine hundred and seven.
[US.] S.   V.   WOO.TON,
Beafatrar or Join! stock Companies
The objects ror  which this Company
hus    bean   establiahed   and   licensed
(a I Tn carry on business In Canada
Or elsewhere 8J sawiiitll prop rh-tors.
Umber merchants und limber --rowers.
and to lmv. soil. grow, prepare tor market manipnlate, import, export, and
ileal in timber and wood or ail kinds.
and to mannfactnre and deal in articles
or all uiniis in the manufacture or which
Umber or wood is used, and to carry
on buslnesH an ship owners and carriers
by land and water, and so rar as may
be deemed expedient the business of
general merchants, and to buy. clear,
plant and work timber estates and limits:
(h ) As the tlrst operation or the
Company to purchase or otherwise ac
quire and take over a.s a going concern
the business and undertaking or the
Canadian Pacific T Imber Company,
Limited, and all the timber limits,
.ni.ds. buildings and erections, water
(tt/hta, llxed and moveable plant and
imichlnery. tools, utensils, logs and
lumber, live nnd dead stock, stores and
effects, and other the property and assets or that Company In British Columbia nnd with n view thereto to execute
ami -make the agreement referred to in
ArticJe .. of the Articles of Association
of   tht-   Compuny:
(c. To seek for nnd secure openings
inr tlw employment of capital In Canada ot elsewhere, and with a view
thereto to prospect, eDQUlre, examine,
explore and test, and  to  despatch  or
employ expeditions, commissioners,  ex-
perta   and other  ;if;ents:
(d.) To institute, enter into, carry
on. assist or participate in financial,
commercial, mercantile. iudusl rial.
man-Faoturing. mining and other bnai-
ueasea, works, contracts und undertakings and financial operations of all
kinds, and to undertake and carry on
any business transact ion or opera I ion
commonly undertaken or carried on by
financiers, promoters of companies.
miners, 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 ln connection with any of the objects
of tlie Company or which may be
thought calculated, directly or indlrect-
y. to enhance the value of or render profitable any of the Company's property
Or   rights:
(e.) To open, promote, acquire, construct. S-ffUip, maintain. Improve, work,
manage or control, or aid In or subscribe towards the promotion, acquisition, or construction, equipment, main-
ten nice. Improvement, working, man-
ai anient 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, viaductB. 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, townsites, residences, cottages, stations, stores and
shops, whether for the purposes of the
Company or for sale or hire to or In
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. gran?
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. use. 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 and other appliances,
works and vi-hlcles 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 nnd
other licences over, or leases of, any
part or parts of the property and rights
orf the Company:
(h.) To purchase or otherwise acquire, hold , sell, exchange, mortgage,
charge, convert, turn to account, dispose of and deal In real and personal
properly 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 ln real or personal property,
and any claims against such properly,
or against any persons or company, and
to finance and carry on any business
concern or undertaking so ncquired. and
t �� keep up or abandon all or any of the
properties, businesses, patents or privileges now or hereafter to be acquired by
the  Company:
(I.) To transact and carry on all
kinds of agency nnd 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:
ij.l To obtain, acquire, wotk, let, or
dispose of any concessions or author*
Isnttoni of any Government, municipal
bmly, or other authority, for nny works,
or undertaking which the Company may
desire to promote or carry on, and to
Obtain the promulgation of any laws or
decrees which tha Company may think
necessary or expedient for or tn respect
Of uny such works or underiakings, 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, (lovernment. 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 th-* prosecution of any
works, undertakings, projects or enterprises; also to contract for und act ns
agents or otherwise In relation to loans
or securities iss ued or proposed to be
issued by any Government or State, or
municipal or other authority, or company or corporation, or persons or person:
(I.) To acquire any inventions capable of being used Tor nny purpose connected with any of the businesses or operations of the Company, and to acquire
or cnuse to be applied for and obtained,
nny letters patent, putcnt 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
tm.) T o 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 he beneficial to this
Company, or with a view to assist any
company which may carry on. or bo
about to carry on, any business useful
to tills Company:
(n.l To purchase or otherwise acquire and undertake all or any part ot
the business, property, and liabilities of
any other company, firm or person, the
objects or which shall he altogether or
in part similar to those of this Company, or to make and carry Into effect
arrangements with respect to tho union of Interests, co-oiwration. partnership, or amalgamation either In whole
or In part, with any other companies,
corporations or persons:
(o.) To sell, lease, let on hire, exchange, or otherwise dispose of absolutely, conditionally, or for any limited
interest, all or anv part of the nnderiak
ing of the Company, or all or any of
the lands, h*-*Ti'-dli amenta, property,
rights, or privileges of the Company,
or all or any of its undertakings, and to
accept payment rherefor in monev,
shares, stock, debentures, or other obligations, either bv a fixer] payment or
by payments conditional upon or varying with the earnings or profits of the
(p.) To establish and promote, or
concur ln establishing and nromotfng.
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
ror or placing or guaranteeing the placing of any debentures, debenture stock,
bonds, or other securities of this or any
other company, and to make or receive
such payments or remuneration either
in cash or shares, fully paid or otherwise, or delientures as may be deemed
(q.l To guarantee the payment of
money secured hy or payable under or
in respect of bonds, debentures, delien-
ture stock. contracts, mortgages,
charges, obligations and securities of
any company, whether Hritish, Colonial or Foreign, or of any authority, supreme, municipal, local or otherwise,
or of any person whomsoever, whether
corporate or tminoorporate:
(r.. To pay for any rights or property acquired by 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 be 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:
(s.) To lend money to such persons
and bodies, whether upon security or
otherwise, upon such 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 slock.
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 other
wise in such manner as the Company
shall think fit; to take money on deposit
nt interest or otherwise, and to make,
draw, accept, and endorse bills of exchange, cheques, promissory notes, and
Other negotiable Instruments:
(n.) To invest any moneys of the
Company not immediatel yrequired In
such manner ns may be thought fit:
(v.) To make donations to such
persons and In such cases, either of
cash or other assets, ns may he thought,
directly or Indirectly, conducive to any
or the Company's objects, or otherwise
expedient; and to subscribe or guarantee money Tor 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 the
employees or ex-employees of the company, or the dependents, or connections
of such person, and to grant pensions and allowances, and to make pay-
in ut* ii wauls insurance, and apply lhe
money of the Company In any way in
or towards the establishment, maintenance or extension of any association, institution or fund for protection of tlie
Interest! Of masters, owners and 9XL>
plovers against loss by bad debts,
strikes, workmen's combinations, fire,
accidents or otherwise, or for Insuring
or re-insuring with any company, firm
or person, any risks, guarantees, or obligations undertaken by the Company or
to which it may he subject:
(w.l To distribute any assets of the
Company among its members in specie:
(x.) To do all acts necessary to procure the Company to be duly constituted or Incorporated and registered, or
recognised, as a corporation or association In Canada or America, or elsewhere:
(y.) To carry out the above objects,
or nny of them, either on account of the
Company alone or In conjunction with
any company, association, firm, person
or persons, and In 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 the
above objects, and the intention is that
the objects specified in each paragraph
of thlH clause shall, except where otherwise explained in such pnragrnph, he In
nowise restricted hy reference to or inference from the terms of any other
paragraph or the name of the Company,
\V<> have for salo blx 'if th<; finest building lots   In the   city,  situated  at
the corner of Josephine and Hoover streets. These lots are  cleared    and
fenced  and    command    a magnificent  view. Price,  $2,000  for  the six or
will be sold separately ls desired.
I'OR l'L'1.1. PAR-
H. _ M. BIRD
A great many sales have been made of lota ln this charming suburb
of Nelson and only a few hest Iota are left.
Office Rooms For Rent
Suite (2 rooms) ot Office Rooms in Alan
Block, fl. ing Baker St. Particularly good
McDermid & McHardy
NEU80N, B.  G>
Wharf 6 a. m. daily for Kootenay Landing and all points east. Close connections for Spokane. Returning arri.es
City Wharf 7 p. m.
TRAIN NO. 45 for Rossland and all
Coast points, connecting with Steamer
Kuskanook leaves C. P. R. Depot 7:15 p.
m.   Wharf 7.40 p. m. dally.
TRAIN NO. 43 for Slocan, Roseberry
leaves depot daily except Sunday 9
a. m. Returning arrives 6 p. m. daily
except Sunday.
TRAIN NO. 41 for Rossland-Boundary
leaves Depot daily except Sunday 9.45
a in. Returning arrives Nelson 10.30
p. m.
daily except Sunday, leaves City Wharf
7 a. m. Lardo days: Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.
For further particulars call or write
AM. Y. A-.VfAncnnvi.r. D P. A., NelMJD
T-emont House
BnroMsn .nd Aan.nc.1. Flaa
���������Is a its.   Boom, from X Ma. la V.
OUT Wait. Help Ca>plo. .4.
Bakrr St.. Kalwa
Mtsat comfortable qu.rters      Kelson*
Only the best ol Liquors Mid clasrs.
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms BO cents upward. Tbe
dining room Is unexcelled tn the city.
H.'.i*e healed throughout with hot
water. j. gf
J. A. ERICSSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 254.    Opposite Court Hous.
and Postoftlce. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Straet, Kelson. B. C.
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���Qoo_ road.
Water  rights.  Small  house. Stable.
Fruit   trees,   bushes   etc $4,000.
Also land    on    Kootenay und    Arrow
lakes, Slocan and Salmon rivers, etc.
a-F. B. LYS
Real Estate Agent
S15 Baker St., Nelson. B. C.
Tenders Wanted.
In pursuance of the order of the Hon.
Mr. Justice Morrison, duted the l_th
October, A. D. 1907, tenders will he received by the underslimed for the purchase of lots 594, 595, 717, 1848, 1849.
2343, and 593, known as the "Blue Jay,"
"Starlight No.:!," "Lust Chance," "Silver
lord," "Billiard," "Little Widow,"
"Starlight Kractlon," and "Galena"
minerals claims respectively; one hundred tons more or less of zinc ore,
whereof sixty tons are now lying at
ICaslo. and forty tons at the mines; and
all other the asseta of the Last Chance
Mining company, Limited.
Such tenders to be made In writing
to me on or before the 1st day of December, A. D. 1907.
The highest or any tender will not
necessarily be accepted. Further particulars ot tho property will be furnished on application.
Dated the 17th day of October, A. D.
Official Liquidator,
Tbe Last Chain'.' Mining Company. Limited, Sandon, British Columbia.
Large   .nd  (Jomlortsble   Bedrooms  .nd First-
l-isss Dining Room.
MRS.  E. C. CLARKE, Proprietress.
Bartlett   House
Best Doliar-a-Day Hottst in Nelson.
Tne Bar Is tbe Finest.
Whit. Help Only Employed.
������: 1
'if* :
���  if
Joacphltm Hi.
Royal Hotel
Bates 11 and 11.80 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders
���all Kinds of Heatlnr Plants ln Stock.
Vletorla 8t, Nr. Oosra Hous*.     Tsl. IM.
���\ m
W.    _|.    QHUL-ETT
Contractor and
Bole agent for the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd..
ratal! yard*. Rough aud dre*>i��<l lumbt-r, turned
wort and bra-cket", Coaat lath and ah lug Ion, t*anh
.ui.l doors, itm.*nt, hrlck and lime (or aale.
AutomfttJi*. grin.Ut. _  M
Yard and fiu-tory: Vernou St.. e��-.t of Hall
v. o no* iu. Ton phona 17 * r
Tne Daily Canadian
Long Winter Evenings
Should v.ni l.o troubled with your eyes or have difficulty in see-
Ingtin.' piiiu at niKht, glasses will again glva yon the power you en-
jov.'d years ago
We have all the facilities on the premises to do this work perfectly and promptly.
New   Hull.
Work mi the new hull lor the steamer
Rossland, now being built al Nakusp, Is
progressing rapidly,
Watchmaker and Optician
A'* Ell"!
An ideal winter garment
made of heavy quality English Moreen. Pleated
flounce, good wide skirt.
Colors, black, navy and
myrtle.  Kach
WO, $?,50 and $3,00
See Us
For Good Frtiit Land
io Ace Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.!^
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & c=_
Next Door to Bank ot Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will find it to their ad-
vintage to nt*. our Pitch
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
l-.irr.ll fcsU.
1      . ��� '	
****    A consignment of
Peterson   Patent
In   ail  sizes, shapes  and
Queen Cigar Store
BUSH  &  MATT HEW, Props.
S.  O.   E.
The Sims nf England's regular meet
Ing win be held in tbe K. ol P hall to
nlghl ai  7.;m sharp-
Football  Club  Dance.
Tl... Neson United Football club li
kIvIiik a benefit dance In tbo K. ol P
hall tomorrow evening.
Tbe Beit Hard Coal on tha market.
Bunkhcad I -<-i~
lha li.-st Donsstlcaosl.
West Transfer Co.
Cor. Vernon   mi.i  Ward Streets
rst_L,sorsf. ��3. g
_. \V. Dedolpta and family, MarvsvUI--
i(. M. Burrltt, B. Cook. Vancouver; W\
K. Calhel, Calgary; ,(. a. Magse, Shu-
Bwap; .1. T. Vogler, J, Aronite. Camborne; T. Ern Melon, KoHsland; E. 1..
Stevens, Midway; G. U Naden, Greenwood; C. B Galloway, Grand Forks: (*.
Outse, Westbury; A. B. Shannon, Pent-
dale; H. Church. J. A. Cumble, J. Mo-
Goldrick, Spokane.
���       _1,-1_ .*- Y -'T-j a. a
Corner of Stanley and Victoria   Sts.
Two Blocks from DepoL
II. Sinkeyecks, Dresden; Mrs. Hod
^ nn and family. Miss B. Woods. Kenora; P. A. Alvers and wife. Camp Mi'-
Kinney: VV. l.aVelle. Ororille; J. Gen-
.llc. Nakusp; J. Sandifar, Vancouver;
-Miss G. Gray, Victoria.
C. Brown, A. Sherlock, B. Sherlock.
Spokane; E. Carter, Wardner; 11. E?.
Cbisbolm, Winnipeg; Mrs. A. Shelter.
Edmonton; <:. N. Tread way. High River;
.1. Haiti. Sedgwick, J. Ogg, Trail; T. E.
Taney, Ainsworth; J. McCoJlum, Ymir;
A. McCoudd, Thrunis; .1. McDermid,
J. EL Edmondson, Procter; U. T. Drew
and   wife. Moose Jaw;   .1. Gibson. Scol
land;  R. C. Inslis, II. C. Inglls, B-Mlle;
It    M.   Halpenny,   Grand     Porks;.  Mrs.
Ditvi.s.   Pruitvale.
P. Roy, J. Diotte. Quebec; J. A. Loep-
sky, i Qremens, P. Abrams, Winnipeg;
A. H. Rengsell .'1111! wife, Saskatchewan:
\ 11 Dirks. 11 .1. Friesen, Rostbern:
.1. T. Harknian. .1. K. Querer, .1. G. Ores-
sen. Kteinhach; (;. Webb, A. Aborain,
Winkler; O. Hall. A. N. Cowan, Kaslo;
N. Card. Rossland; J. Mellla, A. MoLel-
Ian. Erie; .1. Merlkle, Spokane.
.1. Messenger, Cobalt; R. t. Martin
and wife, Ainsworth; P. Shaunon, T.
Nicholson, A. Hackay, Shialds; W.
Synmis, Kaslo.
F. B. Wliat l.un,  Rossland;   f;.   I).  Morris. Ymir;   I.   B. Forrester, Slocan.
Further declines on the metal tear
ki-ts were recorded today. Silver drop
ped six points on each market, and lead
two points in  London.
Roquefort Cheese
A new shipment ot the   gen-
lline   article 00c   per lb.    Also
Genuine Swiss
35c per  lb.
Limburger Cheese
Ooc per   brick.
Handkerchief Social.
The members of tbe Woman's Auxiliary of Bt, Saviour's church are holdlni
a tea and handkerchief soda] in the par
ish hail this afternoon from 3 to 6.
On   a   Sandbar.
The Kuskanook on her outward trip
this morning ran on a saidbar oft th*-
shipyard, where she remained several
hours, until two other boats moved her
Into clear water.
Concrete   Pavement.
William Shack;won expects to hav*
the concrete pavement in front of the
new Hank of Commerce building com
pleted in a few days, given favorabh
Coasting  Prohibited.
The police force hav.- Issued an order
ttln_ on side-
mils. When
deep snow comes permission will b"
uiv. q to coasl in the middle of the road
mi one street only.
absolutely forbidding  coasl
walks   within   tne   city   Iin
C.   P.   R.  Change.
11. W. Harbour. C. P. H* train despatch- r here for several years, has
been transferred to Vancouver, and left
for the coast last night to assume his
new duties. He Is succeeded by A. G.
GJsh. late of Revelstoke.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin."
The performance of this popular
drama at the opera house this evening
will in all probability be well attended
During the many years It has been before the public it has made mon money
for managers than any play ever produced.
After Big Game.
Wm. HiKKins, who for several years
has been in charge of the B, C. orchards in the vicinity of Vernon, Is visit
inp friends in Nelson. In company w.ih
Joseph Ross ho will go hunting for o!g
game. He will make a sp-ecialty of cariboo, bear, and mountain tfoais, uul
promises his friends all kinds of e/aiAG
when he returns.
British   Columbia   Fruit.
As in former years British Columbia's
fruit exhibited in the Old Land is carry-
ins off prizes against all competitors
The department of agriculture has re
reived news of additional winnings.
These include the gold medal at Sheffield, and the highest certificate of merit at Tunbridge. A gold medal has also
been awarded the exhibit by the Scottish
Horticulture Society.
Hockey Club Concert.
A musical and elocutionary concert
will be given in the opera honsi* Monday evening by Miss Pauline Johnston
and Mr. Walter MoRaye. Miss John
ston has a continental reputation. Shp
and Mr. McRye last visited Nelson about
four years ago and their visit is still remembered wilh pleasure by those who
were fortunate enough to hear it. .Monday evening's concert Is under the auspices, and for the benefit, of the Nelson
Hockey Club, A small cash balance re-
mains to the club from last year. A
t rip through the Northwest is contemplated this year. In addition to tin-
players of hist year there are now
available Lester Patrick, captain of the
Wanderers, of Montreal, .1. M. McDonald, who played championship hockey
in Nova Scotia, and J. Oliver, who played for Portage la Prairie. An organization meeting Will be held next Wednes
day  evening.
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in staple and fancy (irocorie-;,
Bntter, Eggs.
Camp and Minors' Supplies.
A. M. Can. See. C. E.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offlce:  Henley Building.    P. O. Box 434
Baker ���*-, nelson, B. C.
Price,  of Metaff..
New   York,    N'ov.   2! ���Silver.
copper,  13c;   lend, $-1.75.
London,   Nov.   L'l.     Silver,  1.7:1.
tin. lr.s.
ANTED���Head   Wnltret--.  for   Hotel   Strath-
conn     Apply MHimj-er.
W \ - I KlJ I li* tfakers- the. 11:.-, to bs Fir. Imih-
nrmk or 1'inr-Mill ��-tve 11 cent! each In the
fttinir.   Hi!   njnod    tlmlicr        Apply    to  JoMPfa
Gen��?li��. i'hub'c.
WANTKIi--Situation by  Younjc %-otHiniiu (mar
tied) wiiiiiiK to tn.<:kl<* aiivthiiiK, ezpsrlsnosd
In erof'f'ry,  wine   ami   spirit  trade.     Ar.'lr<i��N
I>. I>., Pally C-'ii-idian Office.
A   PAl.TNKK   with   *2 <KX)  to    pOTO-ftM  ft   Irult
ratten neat NeUoa. A good speeulatton. Partner need not be actively fli-tTUK'id on ranch.
1-or jmntriilins apply T   *i. PSOOTKB,
LOST���A LADY'-' DMBRBL__ with gold rimmed
handle left at K I' Hall, on night of J8Ul
Sept. Flntler please return lo lJarlter'n Km-
pU-vment Aftenoy ��n<l lOCSlra r*'war<l.
\ Comfortable Home tor a Voting Lady, would
suit either school teacher. <��r yonng lady in
bm-lnem. in   the elty.     AddrtMH   K. 0, Dally
TWO njUT-OL-M ROOKS. IteSia heated
plr bouHkeeper, 3rd fi��t. K, W. t:. block.
2 lbs. for 25c.
Joy's Gash Grocery
Cor. Josephine and Mills Sla.
Bt*y Now
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let US show you
them. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
Wholcf-alc and   Bet*- DsSlSfl 1"
Fresh and Salted Meats
Corner Blllca and Josephine Bta
phom: 9
Over 600
Post Card Albums
THAT      GIVES      YOU      A       FEW      TO
We have th.-in io holdlOO, 800, 800,
100,  BOB,  and   1,1  cards
in artistically decorated cloth bind
lnga at frum BOc to .ft ���'" each.
In heavy cloth boards, leather back
and corners at from 83.00 to 8S.75 each.
In handsome burnt leather covers at
from BBc to J^.75 each.
One of these would make a partlCU
larly handsome gift.
The picture post card is more popu
lar and more of them are being sold
thanev-T before. They are wiih us to
stay because they answer a practical
purpose. They come ni so handy jus:
to say Hei;u to a friend or acquaint
ance when you haven't time or don't
feel  inclined to write  a  letter.
Nothing Is more Interesting than to
collect tins** cards, and a !>��� >st caul al
bum will always be an acceptable gift
W. G. Thomson
ggffiSBS!" 'ni    Nelson, B. C.
Phone  .14.
NELSON,     -     B. C.
City of Nelson License District.
We, the nnderatgned, Kiv.? notice that
at tin* next meeting of th.- Board of
I.icons.' *',iiiiiii:*-iuii. is we intend to ap
ply for a transfer of the Horns. ,,f the
No Place Inn from Wm. Gosmll t<��
0.  K.  WADIO.
Nelson, Nov. 19, l'J07.
Benefit Nelson
Hockey   Club
Nelson Opera House
Monday. Nov.   25
I liret-l   1 pen   th   ir   ���������<. i-al   I .nnd ill   Slieei
at   Stelnway  Mall,  under the  patronage
of Lord Btrathoona and en  route to th
British West Indies.
, i ��� Itahlonwake)
The  [roquoli  [ndtan Poet-BJntertalner In
poems,  legends snd  stories, supported
by ihe eminent young humorist,
In f'liaiiiiin. aketchna  from  Dr.  Drum-
in,niil's  folk  Ion- si.nli's <.r French
A pleasing feature nr tl renlng will
be iin* dainty one-aol comedy
Written eapeclally for Mis.* j'.hnMii. and
Mr, MoRaye, In which they will
both appear.
Pall Mall iiiiz.iie. London, England,
July     17,    mini:     "They   gave   obvious
pleasure    to    n    IhrKe and faslilon.i',:.
Bra,London, July 21, liiofi: "Themoil
iini.in.. and iiiilmi kneye.i performance
of the season."
Dally Mirror, London. July 17, 1908:
"Loud applause followed each number."
Tiines. .inly t7. nun'.: "A clever and
effective programme."
Camps supplied   nil   shortest Il.ltiee 1,11,1
lowest price        Nothing bnt  trash and
wholesome meats ami supples kept tu st,s-k
Mail orders rtsieive onri.ful attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
F. C. GREEN       F. P. BURDEK        A. H. GREEN
Gvil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
P. 0. Box Iii   1'bon* Ml B.
Its Busm_55 Energy
AMD   V/
$1.00 per Gallon
|Telephone 161.
Sherman's Opera House
Tl-iurscltiy    Pn'ov.   _1
i[\CLE tow's am
PRICES:  $1.00. 75c and 50c
s.ats ..ii  sal.-  in   iii'  ��� rford's.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone  265
Yale-Kootenay  Ice, Fruit,
Fuel  & Poultry Co.. Ltd.
N. E. co,. Baker   and   Ward   St..
Geo.  P.  Player
INt;   &    SMKI.TIN'O    I'll
Office   Rocr.   No.   2,   ELLIOT      BLOCK
Of electrical work nniHhcd and charged
for  from  this hIkiji  will  hIkivv   you  how
squ&rely and honorably we conduct our
Those who employ us need nol worry
abonl our charges und as to workman-
Hhlp they know it  is iho. best
Kcpuii-s to machinery, telephones- etc
promptly Attended to.
P. O. Dox 165. Phone 227 A
This  Kutcrt'iinhi)* Game is
for Everybody, Old and Young
and can be pi ivcd indoors or
outdoors. It's a craze the
world over
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD.
Phono  81
������.   A.   ISAAC
R.   W.   HINTON
\\<if-k. LVIInlnM snd Mill MMhlnsty.     mi.ihiIiu. t :u-v,-H ,)(
Oru   Gi��rm*   to.   to.    Cmitnicturn"   t_.��
. r ������( Hn. 1 mul
NELSON,    13. C.
< ��� m
that is fashionable and durable can M
bought now at a price that ia aure to
tempt you. Winter styles are Mm
shown. Com-* quick and get the pck.
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs galore. '���'���.
ium and Heavy Weight Pajamai and
Night Shirts at proper price*. Particu
lar people will be pleated with our offerings.
We would Ilk.* tn ��.'.' ull our patrons rnmrorlnble Oils winter an^ lo onlsr Is
do bo we have In stock the best assort ed line of heating stoves anil coo-lai
Stores  and   rans.'B ever before  presented to the public In Kootenay.
We would be pleased to show you our line and before making your par-
cbane kindly see what we have to offer.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited. N.i��n Brasen.
scribes, bring them    to the    Popular    Store.
Place, to have your prescriptions filled.
But to have them properly and carefully
compounded    s��    your    physician   pi*
9!o-Loiigj.iirst Co., Ltd.
linker and Josephine Sts.
^^S?S Lumber, Shingles,
l.ath, Mouldings, Doors, VVindoW^w
Turned Work ��..cl Hrnckots, Mail Order, promptly att-*>��
VBRfsfOPf ��IKHBi  -   -   -   mh.son. B. w.
We have a full sl. ck of the
Limc-Stflphcr-Salt  Winter Spray
In 50-lb. aud 1 gal. tins.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Ca*J^
We carry a large stock of Cereal
Cookers, Kettles, Stew and Sauce
Pans,   Fry   Pans,   Tea   and Coffee
Pots, etc.,  etc.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd-


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