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THE   DAILY  CANADIAN
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ycur door for
SO   CENTS  A.   MONTH
NELSON. B. C. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER J 4. J907.
FlFTT  ��2ENTS A  MONTH
NET APATHY
Ministers indifferent to
People's Views
WIRED AT BORDEN
Sentiment oi West Ignored by Government-General Political News
of the Capital.
Ottawa   Nov   M   -Tin.' Hiiccessl.il tout
���; mi  Borden In the wesl has filled the
 imenl    party    with    anxiety  ant]
I be opposition leader has nil-
Ixtj meetings In the lusi two
i months, speaking to mml>
llo,t  people, im.I making a deep Im*
bj   till fair  ami honest  statc-
racts   his clear aasonneamenl
.... ,   nsei native Dollar. hl�� tearless*
... -   anil  sincerity, and  by  the merits
ol bia platform.   No pub-
lie man In Canada lias ever addressed
���0 man;,   iili.i   BUCh   large   uuiliene.s   III
.  I, ogth ui time, and none has
p impression more strong and
in  Mr.  Borden Un* oonntrj
,  i tu,  statesman who Is r,,iuh-
. prosenl   ocoaslon,  nnd  the
aiiik that Hi. >  recognize
There are mi;iis ,,f iineasini'ss ln the
The Liberal ..man
is ih.. great success ,,f
Hi lour,     especially   in   the
tins rather bitterly thai
., ... crown him thought It
*>.   :. ..    .  -    bold meetings Ihrough-
oi  Canada.    The organ
goes on to lamunl the Cad thai Sir Wll-
fri'l Ulli ll ��� .11 rely   been   seen   by
Lhe ���-.I'M sin,',, he became
Hard)} one ol his coneagues
a known throughout thut region or has
taken   the   trouble to  learn anything
at. ,1, conditions,    Mr. Borden
!..,.- twice   within  B   few   years   vlsli.d
*.',. Important   town and village weal
���' Lski Superior and is probably better
uqnalnted .*iiii the eotidltion, the needs
an,I the views ..f the people in Ihe newer snd larger half of t'nnada than even
those ministers  who represent   western
Deles.     They   know   their  own
bul   Mr.  Borden has studied
lb, circumstances    of   every   western
prortne.   and  constituency.    It   Is   nol
* i I Ing    lhal    there should be oom*
plalul over the IndlCCerenoe ,,r ministers
��ho lln.i time I,, go on European tours,
l�� ,i ii   1 Hit. .1   Stales   resorts   and   lo
en .' at summer homes, while
..'i.. ... .it  they have never been
ll ihe i..hi westi rn provtnoas,
'���. address a public meeting.
II Is no wonder  thai   ministers  fondly
��� levi ...  i,im people Indifferent to the
Kantlall  lhal   have   arisen,   ami   lo  the
muilying schemes that have been oar
tii'O through  in  that  country,    There
"'.i be ii imi.. awakening when mem
is is nt ,|lt, oabtnei and former members
ii'i'iiii.ii supporters In parliament, win,
''"i'1 ii getting rieh from the plunder
"; the wesl shall learn what the pluml
""'l I" Dpls   lllillk   Of   Ihelll.
""' main result from the Dominion
i" im i,r view i,r the ,' ��� in Quebec pro
Uncial i.y elections, ia the disappearance
1  parliament of Mr,  Bourassa, the
nitlonallsl Liberal leader. The Quebec
aibilltuencles where the elections
"���'���"��� bold had ai ihe general auction
returned  governmenl   supporters with
"rn i,|,|i,,siib���i, win,  the exception  ,,r
iu "��kl   where   Ihe   Kiieeessrnl   eantll
"mi' was lln independent  Liberal  run
"'rn; iiKiiinsi ni,. governmenl nominee.
���'r   lli'inassti    linn     reeenlly      been   a
��*llhj Influence in tha house, aa ha
*u thoroughly Independent, absolute*
') fearless and ready to condemn any
*"'i'K thai he saw In either party.
"'''���ii iii the last session be stood oul
'" Investigation of oh urges which had
"'"ii Hindi. against tn imbera, be was
" accord with the Opposition, though
"'�� demand for Investigation was nol
''"""i to ministers an I their support
'in. inn inoludad both parties,
'���'wo old fashioned  Liberal  principle...
ion violated WithlO u week.    Tlm
'��� of Parliament  for Colohestef
'" ' n appointed to tha   benoh   of
"���It Bootta, Inking ll position of whleh
"���has had  I In*   promise ever  slnee  his
"'"'""ii. anil  whleh  has been  kepi   vn
'"" 'or him at   u greal   Inconvenience
"""""is.    All Ihls contrary to the pol
position, notably Sir William Mulock,
afterwards minister, declared that
members sitting in parliament with tha
promise of ofBce were a corrupt and
corrupting Influence in Canadian politics. Sir William introduced a bill
prohibiting the appointment to offlce ,,f
any member during the term for which
he was elected. The bill was dropped,
fortunately tor the mover, as he himself
afterward stepped mn ,,r Parliament
Into a Judgeship, after appaolntlng to another Judgeship ihe member or parliament who had seconded his motion.
The second violation or Liberal prln-
olples or rather of Liberal pledges Is
the refusal to hold the bye-elections on
the same day. Five seats were vacant
a few weeks ago. Kloctlons were
brought on for two, and several weeks
elapsed before polling in the other
three. The two seals Tor which the
elections were first held had been vacant a shutter lime than the other
thi,-,'. Now there are three other* va-
candes. Instead or bringing the elections on together the government haH
Issued the writs for on,>. and postponed
the olher two.    Again the one Where the
��*si. election will i���- held is the constit*
uausia   ���.,<*.!. became vacant last.
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'iii'inlii
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CITIES WILL NOT UNITE
Public Opinion   of   Strathcona   Opposed
to  Proposal of  Amalgamation
With Edmonton.
MAY BE CORRECT
Department of Justice
Considering
Is
JUSTICE CLEMENT'S IDEA
Validity of Divorces Granted During
36 years���News of Canada
From Ocean to Ocean.
Icy
""iiuimcud by Liburul leaders lu op-
Ottawa, Nov. 14.���The department of
Justice regards as serious the contention of Justice Clement of tlie supreme
court of liritish Columbia, that there Is
a possibility of divorces granted by provincial courts since 1S71 being declared
Invalid.
Gall. Nov. 14.���Two furnaces in the
basement of the post office here exploded yesterday afternoon. Thomas Barrett, caretaker, received  serious injuries.
I'Mmonton. Nov. 14.���Kdmonton and
St rathi-ona may unite some day. but nt
prosenl they seem to be drifting further
apart.
The Strathcona l'laiiulealer Hays: "In
an Open letter lo the presa, Mayor
Gilcsbach of Kdmonton llRH expressed
his deep regret that Strath,stma hits
voted away her street railway franchise.
IIIb  chief  regret   Is  that   II  delays  tlie
anion of the tWo dtles.    it la posdbla
that he is correct iu this conclusion,
but we have been or the opinion for
some years lhat municipal union la a
remote possibility of the future. While
Strathcona was a village struggling for
existence overtures from Ktltnouton
might have been entertained had they
I..- ti  made, bttl  the passing years have
brought to Btrathoona rapid growth and
a fair measure of prosperity quite independent of her sister across th.
water, and tbe nnnexuMotl id,-a has completely subsided The Crap.I Trunk Incident did much to extinguish lhe slight
fragment of thai sentiment which existed up  tO lhat  I line,    lt  is  potent  to
the meal casual observer lhal strath
cona may expeol no favors thai her
neighbor can appropriate.
Suburbs may be added to cities bnl
Btrathoona is nd a suburb and never
will be anything but a distinctly sop
arete community em oir from the capita]
eiiy by Hie river. The key lo ihe situation Ih not one of unreasoning Jealousy
between   the   cities   but    lhal    there   ar.
two business centres t,, be maintained,
on,, on  Jasper    avenue    ami   one on
WhytS   avenue.     They   are   so  situated
that they can never build together, and
the   gnlr   be,ween   thi'ln   would   be   deep
and wide even though six bridges united
'hem.     I'tuh'l'   Ihe  elietitiistan, es   which
here exlal ihe absorption of one muni*
elpalllv by Ihe other would not change
th,. course Of business in any way unless by tbe domination of north wards
over south wards In the councils ol lhe
i,*'i*i.,i munidpalltl
n is , nob. better that Btiuthcona
should ael ��� d . ��� ���i.deni.y In hei own interest than to have her people constantly in the ferment ,,i dlaaaUstactlon over
real 01 fancied dlaorlmlnationi against
ti,,. "south side' by the majority In ihe
,iiy administration, u us an Indepen*
d. ut corporation Btrathoona does not
prosper she win have less reason to
ir,.un.' Bktmonton than If she were a pan
,,r nun eiiy.
Granting the Streei railway franchise
to a company, under whal appears like
at, excellent agreement, was nn net of
s,.|r.pieserviitlon. It mus necessary for
Btrathoona to dlanose of her franchise
on terms ihai require most Immediate
construction or Und herself entirely al
the mercy oi' the city rn' Edmonton 111
ti,,. matter of streei railway building or
extension, nnd thai* would have beet,
oo end of sirire and billet ness. It would
|���. the mosl  natural thing In the world
Hint -i sue,.i railway owned by th,. city
or iiiinionton would be operated In the
Interests of bushiess on .Itispcr avenue
It was ii, protect Whyte avenue thnl Iho
franchise was granted,
We iu" heartily In fnvor or eo-opera-
Hon, where there is no dispute about
ib,. advantages to be gained being mutual, but lliere are so ninny eontrovor-
Hlal iiiieHllons    constantly    arising Hint
municipal union is, as wo said before,
n remoto possibility of tho future.
Hamilton, Nov. 11.���Probably two
hundred dollars worth of jewelery, mostly women's IrinklelB, were round on the
persons or four young men who belong
to Hamilton. They were arrested ou a
train bete lust night.
Winnipeg, Nov. 11.���Robert Ititchan-
an, a life-long Liberal, resident of
Buohanan, Bask., brother-in-law of John
Crawford, M. 1'.. Liberal member for
Portage La Prairie, lias been nominated
by a section of Ihe Liberals of Mae-
Kenzie  in  op position to  the  member.
Dr. Cash.
Bdmo atoii.     Nov.     14.-
sut'pris,. Is caused by the
���Considerable
announcement
of the city commissioners lhal it would
lie   necessary   for   the  city   to  issue   at
once debentures for $1.50,0110.   or this
amount $L'il,,,,n,tl must be raised by the
end of the year, 1416,000 Is for work
contracted for but held back owing to
thi" financial stringency.
Toronto, Nov. 14.���The Toronto Star
says correspondents in different parts
of Canada have sent despatches Indicating th*- siate of Industries in their
districts. Reports Indicate general prosperity, bul also a feeling lhat caution
should be shown less Ihe remarkable
asttvtty of last year be followed by a
period oi comparative slackness.
Halifax. Nov. 14.���After many years
or experimental work, the contrivahoe
with  whi,-It  Hr. Graham Bell hopes to
solve  the  problem of aerial navigation,
was fully launched ami christened The
Cygnet, at Haddock, N. S.. yesterday in
the presence of a number of friends.
Ilioekvllle.   Nov.   14.���Ten   Chinamen
have. be,n arrested at Ogdensburg, n.
Y., within lhe  past   week, having  been
ferried across from thla side of the st.
Lawrence river.
Fort     William.     Nov.     14.��� Ambrose
Kelly, fireman, is lying in MoKellar boa-
.illnl In an unconscious condition with
concussion of lhe brain and several
severe front biles lie was found ou
Alberta street yesterday. He had been
sand bagged and u choline for ninety
dollars wns missing.
Brandon Conservatives last night he
was unanimously selected for Hie vacant
seat In that .city.
London, Nov. 14.���Five moulders from
Detroit made application In the police
station ror lodging, stating that the
.li wel and Michigan stove works had
laid off nearly hair their men and that
they were only advance guards of a
veritable army ol unemployed who were
going to invade Canada in Bearch of
work. They were resjiectable, intelligent and though not penniless, were
walking to gaol.
Toronto, Nov. 14.���A fairly well dressed young fellow, who stated he w&s Andrew Watson, lately out from Scotland,
accosted Detective Kennedy yesterday
morning and said he wanted to raise a
loan on a cheque. He showed the detective a cheque for $7uo on Ihe bank
of Hamilton, payable by D. L. Sinclair,
of the linn of King and Sinclair. Kennedy told Watson he believed the cheque
was a clumsy attempt at forgery and
after n little protesting the young
Scotchman admitted the fact and was
arrested. Detective's visited the house
where a bride-elect was awaiting Watson. There he found a wedding party
Impatiently awaiting the arrival of the
bridegroom and the detective had 1..
tell them that there would be no wedding that day.
Port Arthur, Nov. 14.���Frank Carthy.
C. P. R. conductor, charged with criminal neglect of duty In nol seeing thai
a switch was closed at Kama, resulting
in Injury which caused the death of
Ed. O'Donnell of Fort WIIMani, and
Oscar Anderson, brakeman, accused on
a similar charge, were discharged by
the jury yesterday as "not guilty." The
case was heard at the district court sittings now in progress.
Lethbrldge, Nov. 14.���Fred, the four
year old son of William Morris, or this
city, was killed yesterday evening five
miles north of her. by being run over
by the separator of a threshing machine.
I'.lou.num. Nov. 14.���John Morton, a
former hotel keeper, was sentenced l.y
Chief Justice Sifton yesterday to six
years In the penitentiary. Morton was
convicted of two heinous crimes.
Calgary. Nov. 14.���The annual shareholders' meeting of the Society of Equity
Company. Ltd., was held here and the
delesales ousted J. M. Hot���. The
very evident wish of the shareholders
appeared to be to get ont of the company wilh as little loss as possible, and
the express Intent of the new president
anil board of directors was to wind up
the affairs of lhe company at once.
Brandon, Nov. 14.���Mayor clement
definitely stated today that he would
stand for reelection.
Brandon, Nov, 14.���There Is n preity
heavy delivery of wheat lu Brandon al
present, the receipts being about seven
thousand bushels dally.
PERSONAL.
Calgary,  Nov,  14.���The directors ot
the Dominion Fall' bave stalled lo gel
things In readiness for Ihe exhibition
next summer, lhe dales Of Which have
been set for June 22 lo July 9.
Winnipeg. Nov. II ��� Al a meeting of
Hie Manitoba PTeabyterian synod the
following resolution was paaaed lust
nlghl on "Moral Social Reform." Rev,
Principal Patrick giving a*powerful u,l-
drasa: "The abolition of bars, and the
severanve of the connection between
the hotels and sale of liquor; resolute
effort lo extend the area ol local option;
emphatic declaration In favor of public
ownership of licenses and lhat licenses
should be held In the Inlereals of the
community and not entrusted lo private
poisons."
James Cronln arrived from Spokane,
last  night.
W. E. MoCandllah Is moving Into lhe
residence recently purchased front II.
E. Macdonnel.
Charles MacKny,    of    Ihe   Cnmbrlna
Mining company, is to in, married d
Creston tomorrow evening to Miss Mary
Craig of Moyle. Mr. c.co. M. Qunn is
going to assist at the ceremony.
Mrs. W. E. McCandllsh and son bave
returned from a visit to relatives al
Wlngham. Out. On their return they
encountered a Hnow Htorm at Arnprlor,
Ont.. and the ground was while the re
main,ler of the trip until Winnipeg wns
reached.
FULL DELEGATION
Will Be Sent by Nelson
to Convention
TO ALL CONSERVATIVES
Mass Meeting Saturday Night Will
Be Opec to All Who Favor
Policy oi the Party.
The Conservatives of Nelson will
meet in Miners' Union hall Saturday
evening at 8.30 to elect delegates to represent the parly in this provincial riding at the provincial convention to he
held in Vancouver on Friday and Saturday of next week.
The Conservative party is not a close
corporation. While the meeting has
been arranged by tbe executive of tbe
Conservative Association, and will be
held under the auspices of that association, all Conservatives, in Xelson and all
who intend to support tbe Conservative
party in Dominion politics, are invited
to attend . to take part in any discussions, and to vote for the election of
delegates.    '
According to the plans drawn up for
tht.* conduct of the convention, there
will be no voting by proxy. Only delegates duly accredited and attending
may exercise their rights in deciding
on resolutions to be adopted and officers to be elected. It is important in
the Interest of the Conservative party
as a whole, as well as In their own,
that tbe numbers of the pany in the interior be fully represented. Reports
from other ridings of Kootenay and
Yale indicate that full delegations will
be sent from all. Nelson cannot afford to do less. The usual convention
rates have been granted by the railways, single lare to all convention delegates and their wives, provided that at
least a bundled delegatus are in attendance, a provision that is certain to be
met.
Attendance at and support to the necessary conventions of the party are
duties that Conservatives owe to their
country as well as to their party. That
the convention may be truly represents
tlve of all that is beat in the party
throughout the province, careful selection should be made in each  riding.
British Columbia is overwhelmingly
Conservative. There are no elements
of disunion in the p.irty. Tho people
generally have come to a realization ol
the fact that the Interest* of Canada,
and especially of the West, will be best
.served by that party which is blstori
cally the champion of development,
progress and unity.
The sentiments and ideals of ttritish
Columbia are very poorly represented
by its present delegation at Ottawa.
They owed their election in 1904 not to
their individual characters or abilities
u����r to any general confidence in the
polio? or admlnletratlon of sir Wilfrid
l.uuiier, but almost entirely W> tlu
hick of organization among Cons* rva
lives.
This condition cannot be allowed to
endure. British Columbia must send
to Ottawa men with knowledge of and
sympathy with its needs, the ability to
express them  in  the parliament  of tbe
Dominion  und  conupflnd consideration
Tor thetn. To attain that end efficient
organisation Is essential, and the Conservatives of Nelson must do their
share.
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida. Kentucky,
Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and
Texas are "dry."    In all t      - states a
campaign   for   absolute
actively   under way  and
wilh
^tV,
f<*cf.
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at. ata.
Back in Fight Again.
HaUrx,   Nov.   it.���sir   Charles
ii Hlbherl Tapper has accepted the
Conservative nomination for IMc-
tou for the house of commons.
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Winnipeg. Nov. M.���(leorgo II. Cold-
well, barrister, arrived In the city 0,1
noon and was met at once and sworn In
as a mamb-tr of the Manitoba cabinet,
taking the position of provincial secretary, municipal commissioner and min*
later of education.    At a meeting of tho I to 18 months In Central prison.
Proper Severity.
Port Arthur, Nov. 14.��� For defiling a
girl at Fort William lust May, Joseph
It Ice, aged forty, was sentenced ihls
morning by Judge Cleary to three years
In  penitentiary und  thirty  lashes.
Forger Sentenced.
Toronto. Nov. II.���Fd. Watson, n
young Scotchman who attempted tn
pass a forged cheque for ViOO upon He
tective Kennedy yesterday afternoon,
pleaded guilty today and was sentenced
AMERICAN   PROHIBITIONISTS.
Assert   That   Half    of    Nation
"Dry"  Territory.
prospects for success. Saloons are pro-
hibit-d in two-thirds of Texas by local
option, and in Missouri, Virginia aud
West Virginia there is much "dry" territory.
In the north the campaign has not
made such pronounce] progrces as in
the south, but ever . here gratifying
results are reported. Jrobibition rules
in Maine, North Dakoui and Kansas. A
majority of the counties of Iowa and a
large section of South Dakota are under prohibition, and the same fs true
of Vermont. Wisconsin is another state
In which substantial progress has been
made during the past year. Of ail the
states and territories of the country in
which some form of local option has
not been adopted are New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Montana and Idaho.
BRITISIHREMIER
Aiiubk of Heart Failure
After Speaking
DOHA IS CONSERVATIVE
Russian   Parliament   Opened���Patriotic
Demonstration by Majority���
Socialists Silent.
St. Petersburg. Nov. 14.���The third
Russian parliament was opened In the
Tauride Palace this morning in the
prcsiiiice of Premier Stnlypfn and the
cabinet, by Mr. Golelmff, vice president
of the council of the empire. The "religious service bore preceding the opening was conducted by the Metropolitan
Antolous and a large number of bishops
and other high ecclesiastics, was made
the occasion for a great display of
patriotic enthusiasm on the part of the
Conservatives and mod"rn members.
The national hymn was repeatedly sung
and the empeior was vigorously cheered. Tbe city is quiet. A few hundred
students gathered In tho vicinity of the
palace but did not attempt to make a
demonstration.
The only discordant note was struck
hy the Social Democrats, who remained
in the committee room during the read
ing of the emperor's greeting and entered the main hall only when It was
necessary to sign the oath. The constitutional Democrats showed no marked enthusiasm in singing the national
hymn or in the cheering but otherwise
the participated decotirously in the proceed! nga.
M. Khomyakoff. Octoberist, was elected president of the house, receiving 371
votes on the first ballot.
M. C-olubeff's speech in opening the
parliament  was as follows:
"His Majesty the emperor has charged mo with the high duty to bid the
members of tho third Douma welcome
tn his name and he implores God's blessing on the work before us, of establishing peac in our beloved fatherland and
of promoting the enlightenment and
well being of the people, of consolidating the new state organization and of
strengthening the great and indivisible
Russian empire."
The ceremony of opening parliament
was simple. M. Golubeff, accompanied
by S"cretary of the Kmnire Baron
Cokell de Gyldenband. mounted the
tribune, invited the members to rise,
and road, the Imperial ukase convoUlm:
the parliament and a brief greeting
from the emperor.
At the ilrst mention of tho emperor'.
name P. A. Krupensky, n maranall of
the nobility, who was a member of the
second parliament ;i*- well as being a
member of the present house, and who
had been selected by the Conservatives
to lead the cheering, Interrupted Go;u-
beff with a cry for cheers for the ���m
peror, which were given with a will and
were repeat, d at the end of M. Gobi
heff'H speech. The latter then read the
Oath or allegiance distinctly emplutslng
the   words   "F.inperoi"   aud   "Autocrat."
CONDITION IS SERIOUS
Sir Henry Campbeli-Bannerman HI
at Bristol���Specialists Called
���Improving Today.
Bristol, Nov. 14.���The premier. Sir
Htnry Caiiipbell-Bannerman, after addressing a ixilltical meeting, was seized
with sudden illness last night at the
residence here of William Howell Davis,
Liberal member of parliament for South
Bristol. Doctors attended the sufferer
for hours and although the sharpness of
the attack hud ceased, the premier's
comlltlou is such that London doctors
havo been summoned. Heart trouble ls
believed to be the cause of the illness.
Sir Henry Campbeli-Bannerman, prime
minister and llrst lord of the treasury
since 1S05, was born in 1836.
Bristol, Nov. 14.���Later it was announced that the premier's sudden illness was due to a severe spasm of Uie
heart which gradually was relieved by
restoratives. He was progressing favorably this afternoon.
At one time during the night the
premier's condition created the gravest
alarm. Mr. Hlrrell who also Is at Bristol, was hastily summoned to see his
chief. Oxygen was administered and
relief was obtained. The doctors staled
this afternoon that the premier was out
of danger.
ALASKA   REPUBLICANS.
Advocate   Home   Rule  for
and Endorse Roosevelt.
OhiOagO, Nov. 14.���The most remark
able as well as the mosl aggressive
campaign ever Waged by the anti-liquor
element In the United States is new being waged from the Prohibition national
headquaftera In this olty. Those at the
bead of the movement are authority for
lb,, statement that more than hair the
null,,n Is now under prohibition laws,
ami plans lire being laid to capture a
large part of the territory now OUtsldt
the told. '1'he point has been reached
where II Is nil hut true to term the
southern states the "solid south." so
far as tlie prohibition nf Ihe liquor Iruf
lie is concerned.
Statutory   prohibition  rules  ln Georgia, while a majority of the counties of
Magistrate  In Trouble.
Toronto,   Nov.   14.���William   Lowery.
Mud. e.    has    entered    action   against
Polios Magistrate a P. Wood, of Modoc
Tor $111.11,111 damages for Imprisonment
in Belleville Jail tor S3 days, claiming
that the Imprisonment wus malicious
and without reasonable cause. Lowerj
was convicted by Woods of horse steal
lug and sentenced to six months. Sen-
tends was afterwards reduced to two
months, but was later quashed by a
high court Judge ou condition that
Lowery would not take action ahainsi
the convicting maklatrate. Lowery,
however, rel'used to accept freedom up
on these terms and carried his case to
the court of appeals which not only
quashed conviction but refused to grain
tho magistrate ap order of  protection
Seattle. Nov. 14.���The latest advices
from Alaska prophesy a lively time at
the Republican territorial convention
which meets at Juneau today to elect
six delegates and six alternates to the
Republican national convention of 1H08.
lt is intimated that Governor W. B.
lloggatt will meet with violent opposition in tho convention.,
The delegates from the Nome and
Fairbanks districts go to the convention pledged to home rule for Alaska
.ind unalterably opivosed to the policy
or Gov. Hoggatt, who maintains that
the territory does not want self-government.
Another feature of the convention is
the probability thnt not only will It indorse President Roosevelt for a third
term, but it will also. If permitted send.
its delegates to the national convention
with Roosevelt instructions.
Thero Is no doubt that tho convention will indorse Tom C'nle, the nonpartisan present delegate to Congress,
and! pledge him com Inued support.
There is also some talk that Cale will
be selected as one of the delegates to
the national eon-rentloti, although his
irlends are desirous that he keep free
fiom any political alliance for the reason that he was elected to his present
sent by  all'parties combined.
Quebec Bank Robbed.
Nupierville. Que.. Nov. 14.���Three
masked men and one unmasked, al the
point  of a revolver held up Mr. U.aiill.
manager of iho itauk of st. JohaSl here
during lust night. Upon BrauHs re
tuaal to open the safe the bnrglarr.
struck him with the butt end of a re
volver .nul then applied nltro-glycerlne
to the sale, blowing It on and serried
off contents u.uounttng to between $400
and $i'.hii
Case Against th. Tobacco Trust.
Norfolk, Vn��� Nov. 14.���Much interest
centers lu .the case of the seizure    by
tho Government or 8,750,000 cigarettes
ln trauslt from  the American Tobacco
Company   to   the   British-American   Tobacco Company of Great Britain, which
came up for hearing today In tho United States  court.    The  case  is  u test
one ami the seizure of tho    cigarettes
marked a new departure ln the government's methods of lighting the trusts.
The allegations of tlie government contain the charge that the llritlsh-Ainorl-
can Tobaeeo Company "was created as
nn instrumentality for the especial purpose of defeating and violating the laws
of the United States, and carrying Into
effect   unlawful   contracts,   agreements,
combinations, and    conspiracies,"   with
the    several   American    Tobacco    concerns, and thnt while "Its principal offices have  been  ln  London,  tho  chairman of the board of managers, William
II. Harris, Is nn officer of the American
Tobacco Company, und has inuiniali. *d
Its olllce In  New  York.
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Clothing.    Gents'   Furnishings
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In about another week we will be able to offer full lines
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WE WILL TELL YOU MORE ABOUT THESE
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In the meantime it will pay you to await their  arrival
before making your purchase.
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Thursday.  November  14,  197.
=OLITICS   AND   APPOINTMENTS.
The radical danger of ,1* mocracles i.
the ascendancy ol Belf-seeklng dema
gofiues. The man who enters tne pub
lie service for the sake ol persona] ;..i
vantage i.s most unlikely lo bo an lntn
est legislator. In many count ii. vbj
ious safeguanls have been attempted to
j.revent mombers of liic legislature*.
from becoming in effect tlie paid s. i
vanLs of the govern,neiil nl the day. Can
ada years ago passed an Independ. no
of Parliament Act. which declares II
unlawful for a iii.ii.i.ei i.i parliament Li
accept an appointment to office during
tlie term <>f parliament tor which he
has been elected.
Needless   to   say.  tht,  act   has   nevi
been enforced.     Probably enforcemi
is impossible,    lis adoption was  rathe!
the recording ui an opinion, concern d
in by both parlies in parliament ai line
time, that it was wrong for tbe g	
znent of the day to exercise any inllu
ence over the members other than p< i
suasion of the merits of their policy an,I
administrative acts.
The act was violated sometimes un
der Conservative rule, and ever* .io
lation awoke the thunder of Sir Kiel,
aid Cartwright, Sir William Mul,��� I
and many lesser' satellites. Strict ,.1.
servanee of the letter and spirit of lie
act was one of the strong points "I lie
platform adopted by the Liberal oonven
lion of 189^.
But power and opportunity changed
Liberal sentiment. The offences against
the   act   every   year   since      ls;,,i     hnvi
been more numerous and more ..
than ever before In Ihe history of Can
ada. Worst of all. the bench, upon
whose learning, ability anil Integrity
Canadians in lhe past have proudly re
lied, has  been  syslemallcally  degraded
i, ,,. a machine for rewarding purty service, sometimes of tlie lowest kind. Of
'le latest offence against the tndepen-
d aci oi Parliament and the honor and
dignity of ihe bench, the Mall and Empire  says:
"The judicial appointments of the
present Ottawa government are sometimes prudent; but in too many cases
Hi.* lack that quality. The latest, that
'.: ..'.:. Laurenci . M. 1'.. of Nova Scotia,
e, the bench ��.f his province, is certainly open io question, by reasons of the
conditions appertaining to it. Mr.
Laurence was returned lo parliament
at the last general election. During
the session of 1906-7 complaints cam,
fn,in Nova Scotia touching the state ..f
affairs in the courts, ii was represent
. 'i thai owing to a vacancy nn th,. |��� ncn
and il..- lln, ol om oi the Judge; the
business ,.i the courts was al a stand-
'''ii' li, an ..i giving ,. Ilel waa
be i .iin;; oi u��� Judicial vacancy, and
.*, rami in n.,s petitioned to take
sii.ii action ai onci
1 " the aj Us ..1 the public Ottawa
"���'s Ai a1 i' refused tu make the apt-ointment, an.i as a conaequencs much
injury ��... .|..n.  bj the law's delay. The
-H'l'i'i. ''I   "a.-   li. . h   ma,I,.  :,,   ,|���.  till���,
thai ihe ,,n!:, r, a ...n I,,i ii,,. refusal ,,l
Hi,- government i.. appoint a nea Jud -.
waa ih,- circumstance thai the place
was v anted tor Mr. Laurence, ihe mem-
'" '    """ii, star,    ii   ��ii    whlsp. red
'hat this politician was required to sit
through the session, and to vole for al,
evil ii.hi ... lions, and thai after
thus qualifying he would receive as his
n ward the Judicial ermine. Mr, Law-
���:<. did not deny ihis report; nor did
iin guiiiv government. As a mattei
"i fact, dental would hav. been useless
T**al the politician In question was des-
i    HaleI   In;    the   le IK'll    Was   tllle,   lllld   ill,'
truth of ih,- report to that effect haa
bi ��� i, a,i,,ui,,.i i.i the appointment just
made. .Mr. Laurence has served tha
ovet urn. ni in parllami nl: now the gov.
eminent rewards him with a position ol
honor ami , molument. This appoint
meiit was one or a number of ihe same
kit"I- It is striking!) suggestive of the
I- eller appointment in Quebec. In
.h n itiKiaiiee.ih,. judge-to-be sat through
��� mn ot parliament win, sir Wilfrid
Lauiier's written promise thai be should
have lhe next judicial vacancy in his
p. icket,
"Whal we have in ihe Laurenc,��� case
is an illustration of another phase of
the Laurier system.    A   public  man  Is
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In buying Diamonds lhe purchaser must exercise the gret
est discretion. To a great degree the buyer is at the mercy of tlie E
dealer. A dishonest dealer can dupe the purchaser in a hundred!
different ways. It is therefore itesiiable lhat you have confidence!
iu the man with whom you deal.
The Jewelry Store of J. J. Walker has won an enviable rcpiita-j
tlon for square  dealing.    The purchaser  can always  feel  that  he
is  getting his  money's  worth.    Diamonds sold  in  this store are
guaranteed.    They are without  flaw,  and   are  worth   their  weight
ln any diamond store in the world. ,
We have Diamonds in all sizes.    You can buy any fraction of a
karat, and as much larger as you can afford.
An Inspection of goods Is cordially Invited.
TICKETS   FOR  SALE   FOR   THE     TUBERCULOSIS    BALL,
NOVEMBER   29TH.
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x J. J. WALKER
JEV\ELEk  A!\D  OPTICIAN
sent to parliament to guard the public
Interests, lie has not been there long
when his independence is impaired by
the intimation that the government has
valuable positions in Its gift, and that
one of thorn is for him. That man has
the choice of serving the people, and
losing the job, or of voting for all lhe
wrongs, and slipping into a fat office for
life. That he will throw away the office
is improbable; and in nine cases out of
ten he takes the bait. The time was
when the preservation of the independence of parliament was a Liberal principle; but this view was before the evil
men secured control of the party."
OKLAHOMA^ENTRME
Sketch   of   46th   Member   of  Sisterhood
of American States���Wealthy
and   Populous.
Washington, Nov. 14. ��� Oklahoma
makes tlie forty-sixth state in the American union; and it Is greater in area, in
population and In natural resources
than was any of the other states at the
time of Its admission. Its million and a
half people are half as many as were
in all of the thirteen colonies when Independence was secured. And even now
its population is greater than twenty-
three of the other states, so that Okla-
h.uiia begins lis career half way un the
ladder.
(if Oklahoma great things are ex-
pected on account of its blood and its
agricultural possibilities. The two great
American aristocracies, the southerners
and the Cherokee Indians���have united
to form the basis of Us population, and
the superstructure is made up of at
least 500 representatives of each of the
other stales, and men and women from
every European country. Those who
see in ibis bumaq niongrellzation one
or the secrets of the power and wealth
of the I'nited States have reason to believe that Oklahoma will produce a
larger number of typical Americans
than any other state. What New York
Is tn the cities of the Culled States In
Hi, matter of mixed population, Oklahoma Is to the states; for. standing in
the doorway of a little Oklahoma valley,
a visitor counted 31 houses, representing '22 slates and two foreign countries.
Oklahoma, until 188(1, wan a land of
romance, There the cowboy. Ihe gun-
lighter, the Indian and the buffalo made
their last stand against the advancing
tide of agriculture. When the land was
thrown open to settlement, the farms
swept the ranches out of existence, and
for some years they have been about as
scarce in Oklahoma as ln Ontario. Almost incessantly since the agricultural
settlement of tho territory there has
heen a demand for state rights; and of
late years ihe cry became too Insist,ml
to be Ignored. Oklahoma was invited
to draw up a constitution In readiness
lor the day when another star should be
sewed on the Hag.
The constitution was prepared and forwarded to Washington, where President
Roosevelt, after reading it. declared
thai his opinion wasn't lit to print. Mr.
Ilryce, the liritish ambassador, on the
contrary, was warm In his praise of the
Instrument, and tin- clash in tlie two
distinguished opinions threatened to
create an unpleasant situation. Sent
back lo Oklahoma, the people ratified lt
by twice the majority they gave to the
Democratic ticket. Some of the features
of the constitution were no doubt unusual, as, for instance, lhe prohibition
of the sale of liquor for twenty one
years iu the Indian territory part ol tlie
state. In consequence or objections
made to this clause, the people of Oklahoma nn led mil ami v..lei fnr slate-
wide prohibition, s,. that tbe saloon has
tO)Iowed III" buffalo and the Had Mao
to the limbo of things that were and are
not.
LAND NOTICES.
Nelson Laud I.-istrict. I>i-irict of West Kootenay
Take mulct* thai I, John Land, of Nelaon. It. r.,
occupation miner Intend to apply for permission to pun ti.tr-" the following dtaorlhed landn !
Commencing at a pout planted at tht* N K ..f
Lot WW, thence east '20 chains, thence south 20
oIiHln*, thenee west 20 chair.'*1, them** north 2o
ebaint \i> point d( <ointnL*n',*,nit*iit, containing -to
acrcH. mora ��r leas.
August '-'nd. 1a*Q7.      John _UM
Ni-Udii Land Biatrial    lip-trl.-. of Wat*) Kootl nav
Takfl notice that Ankfu-.  Mc-in, ..( tba Clly of
Nelson, occupation fireman, intends to apply for
perailsslon t-> purchase the following aeaerlbed
Und-:    Commeneing  at  a   post   planted   at  tha
.v w. corner L   0. Morrlaon's ranch, in   Kir
alley, Uk-*'���-.*   north   foriv   <|'>)   ehaina,   thenc
ant   fo"y  (-lo)  ehalns,   Uieiio*    -���  :.Ui   f���riy   (|,,
ulns, thanoa wesl forty (40' chains oiuio
roinencement,   and coritainin,-   one hand red
d fix ty (10OJ acre-.,  more or less.
Dit-d September 2nd, i��rr.     Axons alcGiu
Meleoa Land District. Dl'-trlclof Weil Kootouay
Take notice thai Philip I>r.*ok-.barik, of Nelaon,
B. (!., occupation rancher. Intendl to aptdv for
permiHPton to pur' haae the followin-y daarnibad
lan-i : Comnn'in'iiiK at a poat plnni*-d on tht*
weat shore of Tpper Whatslian (< arlt,.,,.) lake at
tlie S. E. corner of lot Hl.iy, ihence ��e-.t .*o chalua,
thence foiilh fc-0 Ohalna, thenr-a east 2u chains,
more or lens, to lhe shore of the lake. ;_c_oe
northerly along the t-aid shore ��*> chains, more
or lee*, to point ��f commencement, coutalulne
)60 acn-s. more or less.
Dated Sept   !:.<*,, 10f*f     I'hii.lti" liHuonntiA��U.
Nelnon Land DIatrlet. OlBtrtclof West Kootenaj
Take nonce thai HttfO Coatesu, ot Altona,
Manlloha. farmer, intend" lo applv for
pernilasPm lo purchase tho following di*scril>ed
laHd: C.omm-THlnf- at a posi plaute.i nl-out
seven miles from the mouth of MoHJUltto cr*?ek,
at northeast Comer of this application arid
marked "H. r* N. K. corner," and running aouth
SO chains, Iben*-*- we��t  s-��� chit lnt-, theuce norih no
chains:, thence eaal BO olraina to i��oiut of com-
mrneement, containing tMU aerea.
Dated 30th day of August. 1907.
iiuuo Ooernin.
Ap.THfa A. Hl'HTOIf, Agent.
Nelion Land Dbtriet.   District of We��t Kftotanay
Take     notice   that     Frank     F.    Kleinan,     of
Altoiia,    Manitoba,  broker.   iiit��ndn   to    apply
for permission to purebias the following daa-
crih��d land:   Commenolng ata p1(��t planted at
the MOthea-tt Oornei of land apiilled for, ahoui
live tmli'H In.in tha mouth of MoMjuitlo 0TO09
marked Y Y H H K. r i-rner." and runaitig thence
north WJ chains,   thanoa   west *vi  chains,   llicnce
souih ho ohalna. thence     .* mi > hams to point ol
oonunencemanti ������.-.���,���,.���> '���!  nne*,
Daiod 30th day of August, 1W07.
Kkank F.      "M ��� -
AJaVOS A   BtT���mil AKent
TIMBER NOTICES.
Nelson Land District, District of West Kootoooy
Take DOtloa that Charles 'i. Iteeder, of Hiio-
kane. in the Mlatc of \Vnshlng(oii, 0 K. A , fln-
���incial agent. Intends in it pply for a ipecial Umber licence o'er tha following deocrlDM l��nd��.
(1) ('nmniepi'irii.' al a post planted about HO*I
feet east of lhe west fork ofMiHi-juu creek, one
half mile north of the international hoi.nda-y
line,   atit.ut   ten   miles   eai t   of   Hykeris,   H   *..,,
ihence aontfa in chains,   to  ��� he internalloniu
houndary Hue. ffaence w-s: -60 chains, thence
north 40 ehaina, then e east o*u chains to thu
point ol o'.m .iiei.i-i incut, aud coiiLaining B40
acres, more or ]��mv
ixM-ated the SQod October- a d . iwn.
CBAJtLatO, KPist'Kii,
(2) Oominenoing at a poet abonl half awjia
east of the* we"! fork nt Mknioii creek, a bout one
and a half miles north of the International
Ij'iunilary line, about ten miles east of Kyuerts.
B  0 , thenoe weal ho ehuin**, theuce north BO
chains, thence e-rtlHO i halii", thence south 80
chains to the point of eonitneiieemcnt, and containing 840 aon s. inure ��*r leaa,
Locatetl tho 2iud day .if Oct..her, A.D. 1907.
ni*m it- (i. Krri-kr.
(:I) Commencing at a po*-i on tin.* lnternatlon
al boundary line one mile (R-l of the cm si fork of
Mission 'reek about li* miles can of Kvk-rtfi,
H 0., thence east *>0 chiiiiis. Iheiiie north DJ0
chains, ihence Ho chain*- west, thence io chains
south, then, e io chains east, thence HO chains
south to tho point of commencement nnd containing filo acres, more or Ichb
laocated the B8r_ day of (ictobei, A D , 197.
(  H'HI.KN Q    HKRliKK.
FRED IRVINE & CO.
FRIDAYBARGAIN DAY FWDAY
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SPDCIAL SALE ON FRIDAY OF
CHILDREN'S WEAR
Girls'   Winter  Coats   at  Cost   price.
Girls' Felt   Hats less than coat.
Snaps   in   Children's   Winter   Undervcsta  and   Orawera.
Misses'  Cloth   Skirts  at  Bargain   pricea.
See   our   Girla"   Velvet   Dresses   on   sale   Friday.
FRIDAYBARGAIN DAV
REiVUNAiNTS
FRED IRVINE & CO.
AQBMS BUTTBR1CK  RA.TTEI>?iXS
BUY AN ORCHARD HOME
You can buy a TO-acrc Fruit Ranch  in   the best   fruit-(*ro\viiiK district
in British   Columbia by paying   Sio down and ��10 per   month.
Even as an investment this is worth consideration.
Fruit Laud has trebled in value within on year. What will it do next year?
J.   E.   ANNABLE
WARD STREET, M-lson
Notice ls hereby given tnal 00 aayi* alter date I
Intend to apply to tlie lion, I'hlef f'mnmlssloner
of Lands and w'orks for permission lo pun base
the following described lands, situated  in   West
Kootenaj dtsiriei: Oommenoiog at a pobj marfc-
ed by iih me as lull: ,l post of the Hoiuh Fork
branch, one hundred feet from the Junction of
JaosL creek with the south fork' thence one-
quarter mile in tbe north west ooruor post,thenea
one mile to thu northeait corner post, thence I
one-quarter mile to tht*. -southeast corner poat,
thanee one mile to   the pl-.ee Ol ���.omnietif ��� men.
June S7( 1907.        Located bi W��  Cettnou.if
Sel-m Und Dlslrlct     District ot West .KiKitrnay
Take   notice  thai   I, ��� harles Hiding   l.-nry.  ol
Burton city, B. (' , ooenpatton farm, r intend to
apply for i��eriniBslon to purchase lhe '���'- I'.'Wing
deaorlbed land: Commanclnj at a n***; punted
about five m.l**s nprlhwest from tlie mouth ol
Isfoaqnito en ��k and mars���d "C. h L'i northeaai
corner," thence south a. ehalns. ihence ��������-��� 10
chains,  thence north HO .halns.   then. *t*(   I '
chains to  point ol commencement, oontel���tng
64U acres.
H pi. 7th. VMTT. ���TrttAttt.W fii��siv Leaky
Nelson Land District.   District or WsWt Koolenay
TakenotlQI that II   Wllllnms. occupation  ran
oher; K - Bastings occupation eic trit Ian; ami
K H. P Sin>th, 'H'cujiatlon lumberniHn: -ill oi
Procter, B- <;., Inoml to apply for a ipeeial um-
berlloenoi over iho foUowioe deaorlbed landa,
Commeneing at a post about thr.-e nines esst of
WllsonCroea on aouth ahoreol Kootenay LeJta
thanes fouth hu chain", thenea saetH) ehaina,
thenoanortfa nchains,thenoe wasttoenalns to
point   of ci'tiimencement, containing 040 acres,
more or less.
September "-��tb. 1��07. n   _ h-IaU-.,
it- S. IUHTM-0S,
\i a. I*, amy m.
Nelson Laud Di'triet.  Du.inctoi West Kootenaj*,
Take notjoe iii��> l fohn Jamev Oemeron. oi
Fitiiie, h f.. i.e. upuiioii  oontractor, intend to
appl)  hn a si�� ctaJ timber   license  over   the   foi
lo��� mn daecribed lands:
No. T     Ctiiiiniin   Iti-nt   a   post   planted   about
three mtlei from ihe west loop oi tha t�� C.
nonthcrn Hy , on t'arroll creek, aud udjoniing
A J at, H, W corner posi No 1 chilin, Tiiarked
"J.J. (*.   N.   W     corner     post."    theme    ens,    ho
ehaina, thence south BO chaini, thenra wesl n
chains, thenoa u..nh w> chains to the plana of
oonunaneament eoutalnlng 0e0 acres, more or
leas
Dated OctolxT 2/ith, VMf!.
No. 2. ('jmmenclnj* al a Mat planted about
two and a half miles  Irom   the west loor  of   Hit*
B. O.louthflrn Rar onasmaii .stream impijing
into Carroll Greek and marked "J. J IN v\ .
corner  post," thenee aouth  hu ebaius, tbenca
east W) chains, thence north no chains, thanoa
west WJ chains to tha point ol coi.at.t-necnieut,
cotitnlutiig Cpi aOteSi more fir l,*8*i.
Dated October Wth, ntn.
No L   Commencing  u(  a post  planted  about
one Imlf mile   [tip  Ul   wefjl   Itaip   *��f   the II   ( .
BoQthern Rv , on can-di creuk msvrhad "J- ���'- <���.
N. ���*��. corner poiit, ihence ���outbaonhalns, thence
east W) chains, thclice nottb HU chains, thence
west ho chains lo Die place of cniniiieiicuiuchl
contaliili'g A to acres, more or less.
Dated October 'JHIb. IWT.
Jf.llN .UMK�� t'AMKKON, L -cator.
Nelson Land Dlstrp-t.   District Ol ''Vest ICOOtt nav.
Take notice Unit I, Alexander  Joseph  McCool,
of Pernio, u <'.. oaonnatlon, hot-i keeper. Intend
V) applv for a -.pedal timber licence over lhe
following described lauds:
No i. Commencing ata post planted Mbout
three miles irom the n 0. Boutbern By.  ureet
loop on Carroll creek, mark-d "A.J M H B,
corner post," thOUOS north HO chains, thence
west if) chit ins, theuce south ho chains, thenee
east HU chains lo the place nf comiiieiicLinciil,
contalnl'ig OO He res, more or less.
Dated OolobfrBBth, 1*W7.
No. 2 CotumcuftiiK at a p' si plantid iibout
one and a half mile Irom tin' wet I..up of the
It. C. Southern Ky. on  a   snotll   stream   ruiitiing
Into Carrot- Creek nnd marked -*a.j M n.v>.
I'ornci post thenee iruth 80 chains, Ihenoaeael
h*) chains   thence   north  B0  ohalna,  theuce   west
BOohalns to Uia plaoa ol oommenuemant oon-
lalning B*0 acres, more or less
Dan d October 2Bth, 1007
No il Commencing at a post planted abont
lwo miles (torn the Wm\ loofi of lhe B. c' Houth
frli Itv. on Carroll   cieek,   marked "A. J. M   *" K.
oornar  post."  thence  west Hit ohalna, thence
nnrlh ho chains, tlfuce enat Ho ehulns, the DOS
south WI 6hai_l containing 0,0 acres, more or
les .
Dated October 3etb, i��07.
Ai.u*Miiiii Jombi'u McCool, Locator.
iv-^^/iA-v'M
-      **   *-        JsjW
-  \r
OAIINTY SLIPPERS   .^X^Z^Zl���*���
tdetr gin    \\v-v siipp-r- and  pumps h> aholoa and dalntr as arere aver psudaasd oi
Mom       BUppen T"t the house  or ���Uppers for   lhe ball room.     All prices andall leather*.
|    THE   ROYAL R-A^,^tas
WHAT ABOUT SPRAYING?
We have a full  stock of the
Lime-Sulpher-Salt  Winter Spray
In 50-lb. and i gal. tins.
WE HAVE ALWAYS A FULL LINE OF CLOVER SEED,
The Brackman-Ker  Milling Co., Ltd.
*>������������������������ ������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������*>������ ���������������������*!
BEAR THIS IIN  MIND
Wi* cany tlir- Bnsal lines of Fhihv
W01 tads, ChoTlotS, VVn.-tliuiR, Bootoli
nn,1 Irish Twaads In tba w,.hi.
l.'v.'ry Kiiini. ni is guaran! i, to t��. in
th.* must oorraol rashlon,
DRESS   SUITS  A  SPECIALTY.
! TAYLOR & McQUARRlE:
J HIGH-CLASS   TAILORS. -J
������������������������ ���*���*�����*���������<������������*.����������������������������������������������������������������������� ������*������**
In the   Matter of    the "Land     Registry
Act" and  Amendments thereto,
���AND���
In Iho mailer ol mm iippllrstinii l���r thr Issue ol
,1 ,l..|,ll..st>. ..I tbo .'.Tllll.-sl,. ,.l Tills In, Is-ils
fflOl, ,M.'.'. ,,11 , ���..:. ...   Urnup]   h'....i..i,Hv Dlstrtot
N..II.',. is li.Tfl.y tflven lli.il It Is my l.tt..!il|..,i
l.i Issue si lhe ex sirs I Ion nl imi ���ninth frun lln-
Hrsl piililleiifli.n b.reol H <llll.lle���l>- i:e,UHe���te Ol
tllle tq the sl.nve.les.Tlhcl l���,,.l*. In lhe nsiiil-iif
.Ik,lie. K...1.T ,,-b H,,l,erls*in whleh OtrtlfloSt. is
ns,< .1 the lull ,luy ,,f AiikiisI. IS'.m, un.t ls n.i,,,.
Iioron llon-k.
I.hii.1 Kcmstry Olllee, N.lsnu, B.C., slit ol
August, 1��07. H, K. MACLEOD,
Dl.lrlul Haglslrsr.
"COMPANIES   ACT,   1897."
Notice is hereby given tM ,% ""���:,
MIlliT. of tho town of t'ri'sH'n. inn ^
Ban, hus born appolnt*�� ��_ r*tv
torniy    of    "Tho    Klnimy-Mlllcr
t'oiii|,any.'
8. Y. WOOTTON
ItoKlstrar of Joint Stock ( Ofl "
Victoria, llrltlsli Columbia, OctoUtr    .
1907. ' ����sf.irj,-".i-    ������   ��� _
The baily CattAtiuui
It you knew you could buy
MINCEMEAT
0j guest  quality stamped "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
| ami hotels, 7, M alld 2,s lb- Pai,s; 6o lb- lubs-
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
NELSON, 13. C-
gaslo, Rossland
Boundary
STARKEY & CO.
VVhol*s*��ale f^rovlaslon**.,
MroUtJkits,
Prult.
Government Creamery Onn-Ponud Pricks received weekly fresh from the
.huri.     Kor sivle by nil leading grocers.
Otllci1 and warehouse: Houston Block,    Phone 79.
Josephine Street.        -        - Nelson, B. C.
SPECIAL    SNAPS
6-
20=ACRE
BLOCKS
on of App.eton UrothotB'
!i at ones.
tract.    Improvements on every   block.
STUBBS & PITTS
MODEL OF COOPERATION
Southern   California    Fruit   Exchange-
Methods of Collection and
Distribution.
Tenders Vfintci for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Teedsri sVddrrtrj in the   undcr-dgned,  at  his
> nuaei t�� the i !���; o| Kelson,
II the  hour of.'. o'clOO-t in
���> hi.liv,   NoTcmbrr  IMh. l*n,
me   Tiealdanl" Mineral
��� -up   I,    Kootenay     l'istri.i,
i be il  rfl lied  to the   ���   Ii'* U
I i [,,   i  uy ..I Kelson, on the
ior delinquent taxes up
���      and   ogow,    The  up*-.t
,  Mineral  i lalm, whioh in
"'. daHqnettl t*��x-*s and ��-��**i
rli Itnre, ��nh  Interest, taxes
i   - tad, ooata ->. *'��*�� rttains-
m-Ata    .rant  (f->00) U f��l 4.'.. wtih'ti
>      pastai        t thai srui  beoonatdaredaa a
���
ba  aeemiipHiiied   by ��n
��� ��� ��� lull amount ol  hi   " o
i.i  ������( it.w  l���� puiy  ' ���
Certificate  of Improvements
NOTICES.
a; 1*1
n   oraei   m inw   m pmy   ��� wi
���tier t-1 Land* and Works, at \'.ruma. B
B.C., thi-liih'.av olOel ,1991 ���
IIAKKY   W Itli'll I .
i.overnmciil Agent
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral claim.
addrcaaad   to the   midcr-slgnM at his
���' ll*'n'e, in the i it) of Nelson,
i    .   u,<   ��� i  ot I o ��� e> k, in
ii. 'd i nday. Nov, Uth,   ltW, lot Uia
! ������ ''������������' ���"' Old AM"   Miliernl   Claim,   I*-l
-��� ������ ,'oih}'  Dlatrtot, Miuli iral dolled  io tha i'rownat   ihe u*
���ft held r. .   . t it] ,.( alaUon, on the nth dsy ol
delinquent buna  np u*i 'dm
i ,-t-    \ h, nneW  brio* upon tho
���jw *ini ��� ... ��� ,, ij ,,��� Lades lbs amount
- sn t ooai nt tne Unu ol loi
���    *      louirMt, tax.-, whleh nava sinos
I -'-"t advartlslng.   *nd fee lor Crown
"'      *      '    ���   �� "��� '.-.. ��liien I*- the Irk*, amount
nil 1< red   ar. a  lender
ti r   to tnl    Ihi   aieoiiipaulid     hy   an
���' ��� ��� loi tba lull amooni ol tbo ten*
,   ordei id  'he   bi I'n'i   I on
! an 1- aud Works, at Vlelona, B.O.,
-i bai
Ditadat s, ison, B.C. U ta Mthdai o| o-*.,l*n.
HAKKV WKIUIIT,
Uerenuneni ak<-ui.
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mincra. G - im.
reasad i.. | niderslgtie-l  al   hi-
I ������ *n   H.uise. lu il..*!  uy ol   Nelson.
etved un im tba hour of i o'oloek, iu
ou, ol Friday, Hoi    i.'.th, ivnn, lot lbs
tl BadgV*'   Mimral  * lain,   Loi
1   i ���'������ q*j   l'1-u ui.   m huh   was da
���������:> llad   I ��  lhe   ��'rowli   ��t   lh��'   tax
' iu .,] Nelson, on  tba *ib day
���,���."' ���'"��� lor di'Min-uwiit   ta\i-  up till June
i.l'o.lh.      lhe   npsel priee   111     Ihe
1    aim, Min   I, Infilnies   the amonnl
��� Lasu and ooata hi   tbo IU ll '"'
�� 'O-..wiili   t r,.M     taXM   WblOh   h*V"   aliee
;     i' I. i.,m- n| advortislng, and ms tor Crown
Uiai�� ifi00'!i������*���*!*b ��� '��� ���- "" '*rtSl amount
i_V ' ouaidsred a*- a urtMfc r
, -ir  must   bs  aoeompanled   by   an
i'i'' I'll tin* lull   Km i ol lhe It n
i"Mi.i.ie tothe order ol the Peputy Cqoi-
L*n_ mi.! Works, al VloUrl*, H 0 .
l'Kl' lnt NfllaOQ, B.C. Ihls Mthdav OfQoL, 11KIT
UAHRY W WOH I.
Ooi <i nnient Agenl
���"tnders Wanted fe*| th-. Purchase of a
Mineral CLim.
'ru ���....   ..w.��n,��,   ,	
���10 at ��el.ou. U.(J���this uth rtsv,.l".'i iwn.
UAKIIV WftlilllT,
liuv.rnoiuut Agmit.
"Tnlon'' Mtnrrsl I'lstm hltliste ln Inr Nelson
Ml,mi. I'lvl-lon. ,,( llic Wt,st koou.tisv Dlslrlct.
I. Ii.-n- I.H-sU-,1 : ,,��� T...-1 Moulilslu iwn sn.l s
hi.ll mil,-- lr..u.  Nils*.i.. H   II.
Tsko ii,��ti>��> thst 1 v>. A. Ms.-1.ms!.). sriltis ss
sisnt ,,.r lluith f*ulh..rlsn.l. I*,,- Miinr . I
til,..,.- N.. Hi...'.-.,. inun.l w-uys In.hi tht- dste
, ��� . ... tn spply ,,i th,- Mluln�� Kt-rorrti'T li.r s
('.',11 l.i'sU; ,,( lm|.r(.r..t,i.'litJ,. loi 11,,' liurjs.s.' ,.(
ohtstnin, s . rnwn   i.rHiit   ol   thi*  su*,ve t-lslm.
A n.l l.irthpr tskp u.itlce thst st.tlitn, m.i. t
Section .r*. must be c,.mmrD,*-.,l l.t-I.irc the ls-
.iisn.,. ..I .... li ,'. rllll. st.' ,,l lint.rovcii.-iiIs
l>s,,..l tilt, ^.Ir.l .IS)- ol 8,'J.I. nil,.'!. A   l> . 1907
W. A    MA. Illi.VAl.l,
Certificate   of   Improvements.
NOTICB.
"Ill, Bop, l'rs.ti..u ' Mlucrsl I'lslm. slluste
It. II..- lri.nl I ��k. MlnttiK Hit Is,,-li. ad Wesl
K....,-,isj- Ulstrlci. I-.,,,,.. ; ou 1' ���[.;... cr**k.
I'.iJ.lsr.
Tske nolle- Ih.t 1. r. l'S'll,.*- Kr,^. Mine,-
.Vtllncste No H-*.'..t.. mlen.1 ��, ..Hj* Irom lhe
��� Isle here.if to spply io the Mlnlns Kecor.ler tor
s , crtili. ste ��>l I :..i.r..veniei.t. lor the pnrpasM "I
ol.lsmltiK h ,',,.,�� n ..rs.il of the shove rls.m.
And fiirlhei Isku none., thst s.'llou under
.-...���:...,, :I7. nmsi Ik- e..uiiiicnocl hefore the
tsstlsn, I -uch lertnicKtc of I m in,.Yemenis
1'sl.d lln-  .11. dsy of .h-lohl-r, Itsrl.
c   PAULEY.
AiiriijniK ��f tin' illfllcultles that are cx-
li< rient���',l In lhe praaa of tba season by
fruit KHiwcrH and niHrk,.*t sardaflera In
reiraril t*. tllf (lintrilitltImi of tll**ir pro-
iluco or its irnnHfi-r from the Held to
ita.-    market, tba   following   Interview
Willi .Mr. W. S ISili'lioll. ���r KoilK Hill,
near Armstrong, a fruit grower Willi
many yearn' experience In California, is
likely to be of Interest. Mr. Iiurnett
oin lined the BVHtem adopted there for
the liiark-elini* and distributing of the
fruit from the extensive orange groves
as follows:
A central organization, known as the
Soul hern California Prult Exchange,
covered the whole of Southern California with offices in L.OS Angeles. This
organization made all arrangements for
Helling the fruit, had complete charge
of all the machinery of distribution, directed the various agents employed In
looking up markets, arranged for transportation, engaged refrigerator cars,
and  received all orders.
The orders are then distributed on
a definite pro rata system to the county
exchanges, tlie managers or which have
no other duty but to effct further distribution to the local exchanges. The
secretaries of these latter have all the
work and responsibility connected with
the ajciual lining of the order. As they
get the orders in. it is their business
to arrange with the farmers for the
supplying of the fruit. A man Ib sent
round to obtain an estimate of how
many boxes can be obtained throughout
the district. All fruit is delivered at
il... packing house loose in what are called picking boxes. First and second
grades are separated out and culls
thrown out. Then an ingenious piece
of machinery is employed to grade the
fruit as to size, and to facilitate the
packing. The local exchanges are very
strict with regard to sending out only
the best fruit
Growers were credited with tho
weight as delivered at the door and
agreed to pool their product's as far as
price w-as concerned for periods of one
to two months, the period to be fixed
by the directors. Payments were not
made Immediately on delivery, but a
partial payment would be made, say
in the middle of the pool period. This
was always Biich as to allow a safe
margin for loss, damage, etc.
The organization was strictly 00-
operaiive. the capital being limited to
the small amount necessary to pay for
���bads, . ,|iii|iiu.iiis. etc., none but frult-
pro.liuvrs being members of the ex-
, h.nge, and none owning more than
one share. There was thus no dividends, all the profits of the business
s-oing to the growers.
Asked whetlur ihe various exoaange,
did not lend to lose their Individuality
NOTICB.
In the msti.-r ol .,. s|>pli.-.,ioti for the issur of
s .lii|>ll sle , <mll.sie ..] Tale lor part (III sore)
of Lo. si.'- ..roup ..lie. In 111.' ni-lrict of Kootelis* .
Noli,-., i. li. i. l.y Liven ttist It In my tnleniion
to I..tie hi the eiplrsllon of one month ftom the
Itr-t (llhli.'sllon l.eteof s .] ti |.l i. s u* of luc 0��r-
Itll.Kl. ol Ittl. loi Die sht.ve Inli.ls it. the nsme
ot Andrew Morn-..11. Mln.h .erllrttuite of Tllle
i- .lsle.1 the Mh dsy ol Mitrch, ltsjo. slid utitn-
tK-red SMI
l.slt.1 HeKlsIrr oflice. No'.-.n. 11. ('..Hel-leulhcr
l.lll, 1WI7.
���11   r. MAoLeon,"
Plat-let Keiitstrsr
INOTICE
111 lhe niHtier ol .ii h|| I,. ..lion l��r fie lastie of
. 1'il-M  ales of the  'erlilie-it f  Title to   lots 11.
w Biid iji, upotii. I. W..-.1 Kootenay District, elan
known as ihe "Kootenai Chiaf,*' '-Comfort* and
"luni" mineral eiainia reapeettvel7<
NoUos I*. hereby (iron that it. i< my Intention
io lasua at ihe expiration ol ona month alter tho
tirt-t pnhii,**u.,n bereol a duplicate ot Oertlfleato
..j inie  m. awuol  nu undivided Bl-lOOthi In
, h, hnlili, ,i'.n.'l,.t-,i",i.'.i on the 1711. day of
Why. A   11. Isn*\ in the name nf lohn l'. Amaworlh,
 Ialaoadupltoata ol Oertlncale of  rule No.
-.B*"Oa ol all undivided l�� in t h*- in eneli of Ihe
abova lot*, tasueci on ihe 17th day o| May. A. I>
IHW.tii the name ot UaonmJ- Ain^vorlh.
land li.'Klt-iry (Ullee, Nelson, ��. ��'.. AllKllilt tdll
ltf"*7.
II. K. Mai-I.no-,"
Dlstrlet Keglstrar
Certificate   of   Tjnprov��ments
iNo'i icy
ftork of
hIxiiiI    nine
���Monlreal " and '*QiWbe, " Mineral (Talma situ-
,.t,   in   ii Koii   lUiting   Division, ol  Wesl
Kootenav  DlatrlOt
Where located:   West hratnh oinortl
salmon i Imi ,   on   fral��   Mountain
miles from Krle. B. t".
|���ke nollee Hint I. Alfred Hrne��t 'iallnpi*. Kree
Miner'��� Oertlfloata  No. BoeV. Intend, ami   days
Irmn lhe date    bereol,   to apply ��o   tlie   MlnliiK
.*��� rdei IW 'i   i ��� Mtliiale 01   linprov- ineiit-, for
dituitiltiK   OrOWn   I.rHiit*-   of the
aetioti,   tinder
IT      JUST      DEPENDS     ON      WHO
SAYS   IT.
If some stores wore to    advertise to
soil neater ban_*up &0-oeut tea for 4��
conts what would you say? If you hai>-
poned to n-iul the add at all you -would
s.iy: "Thais a fake." And in a pood
iiKutv naimi fon would be right, it isn't
���a hut is said in an add that makes il
true���It's who says it.
When Joy snys that for the balance of
tho week you can come hero and buy
a i*ouml of resnter BO-oant Tea for 40c.
vou can depend on it being so. So cum.
for this Tea. Joy will meet you at the
door at
Joy's Cash Grocery
Cor. Josephine &  I.atimer Sts.
Tel.   19.   NELSON.  B. C.   P. 0.  Box 637.
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
NELSON,     -     B. C
lbs purpoi ��� of o
ibovs .(alms
And Inrther   UfJtO
section
no; lo
Dated
ueh Uurtlniml
this 1'�������� 11 da-,
��� ol I      piovetiiPHtH,
( September. UNff,
WANTED
General Job Work, Chimney Sweeping, c.rpet Cleaning, Fixing and Cleaning  Stove., etc.
JACKSON   RAPCL.IFFi:.
Ctl Seat Baker jm%      _ Phone Ne. ^114
Tenders Wanted.
In inirsiiiince of the order or the Hon
Mr. Justice .Morrison, dateil tlie I .Mil
October, A. D. 1907, tender, will lie re
Delved hy the undersltned for the pur
chase of lots B94, r.'.'r,. Ti", ists, IMS,
1843, ami 191, known as llie "Blue .lay."
"Starlight No.:'.," "l.asi Chance." "Silvei
t'uiil." "Bllaaard," "Little widow."
"SlnrllKht Kraetlon," "ii��l "Qalena
minerals claliim respeelively; one him
ilreil tons more or less of zinc ore.
whereof sixty Waa are now lylnn al
Knslo. n.i.l forty tons at the mines: ami
all oilier the usseis of the Last Chance
m 11. iuix company, Limited.
such tenders to be matte in writing
lo me on or before the iBt day or December, A. D. 1U07.
The highest or any tender will not
necessarily ho accepted. Further particulars of the property will lie furnished on application.
Hated the 17th dny of October, A. D.
1907.
LOUIS PRATT,
Official Liquidator,
The Last. Chance Mining Company. Limited, Sandon, British Columbia.
FRUITVALE!
ORCHARD AND
GARDEN HOMES
4MO DOWN
���fUO s^KR MONTH
IO ACRES
We offer you best fruit lands;
beBt terms; best location; best
climate. Absolute titles. You
don't have to use all ot your meanB
ln paying for land. We want you
to put lt Into development. We"
also have tracts of GO to 6000 acres,
prices and terms the best. We own
these lands and handle nothing on
commission.
If you don't see Fruitvale you
miss the best in B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Association
Ward Street, Nelson, B. C.
T-emont House
European and American Plan
steal! :�� eU.   Koomi from _ cts. to U.
'.-.;.y White Huip Employed..
MALONE!   &  TRKGIXLUS
Hater St.. Nelnon Proprietors
Athabasca
Saloon...
W.    a.    GILLETT
Contractor  artd
Builder.
Sole agent (0* ihe Porto BfeO LumtUT Co.. Ltd.,
reuil v-*rds. RourIi aud arewBll lumber, turned
work and bracket--. CoatU lath and shingles, OtMM
and doora. t^ment, brink and lime for sale.
AuUitnatu* grinder. _
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. eaat of Hall
N���LSON,   Et. G.
P. 4)   Hot 2~t. IWepbO���S 1TO
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale Kootenay  Ice, Fnt.it,
Fuel ���_ Poultry Co., Ltd.
OPTirK:
N. E. co,. Baker   and   Ward   St..
Sherman's Opera House
ONE  NIGHT  ONLY
NOVEMBER 1*5
C. P. Walker offers the beautiful romantic     comedy
"WE ARE KING''
WITH
Mr. David B. Gaily
And   an   exceptional   oompany.
An    elaborate    costume    and    scenic
i-quipmunt.
PRICES: $1.00. 75c and 50c.
under tliis system, and with it the advantage of whatever reputation the
output of superior fruit mifiht bring
th^'in. Mr. Hurnctt said this was not at
nil the case. The boxes were all mark-
t.l with the name of the exchange from
which they were shipped, and each locality had the full benefit of any reputation it nilfiht work up. As a matter
of fact, there were some exchanges
that did not affect sister exchanges or
the head organization. The exchanges
in question merely realized a lower
price.
German Sculptor.
H.rlin. Nov. 14.���Prof. Eberlein, Unnoted sculptor, sailed on the Aucusif
Victoria today to pay his first visit to
\nit'ii(*a His purpose is to inspect lln*
art museums and public monuments In
the Tutted States. Prof. Eboileln is
tine of the most noted of living German
sculptors. Ho modeled the giant statue
���if Vnn Moltfefl leci'iuly placed in thf
plan in front of the Hcii-hsiag and _a
has nlso contributed largely to the d.
ooratton ol other public squares and
boulevards in l.orlln.
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Bf^r-H-T-t-T-1   i  i  i 1 t f^i
CORNER
BAKER AND
KOOTENAY
STREETS.
Most f*om[ortahk* quarters      Nelson'
Only the best of Liquora; and I igara.
BILLIARDS.
POOL.
MARTIN   IVENS JNO.   PHILBERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room la unexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. EBICKSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court Hous.
and Postofftce. Nelson. B. C.
A  CLOSE   EXAMINATION
Of electrical work finished and charged
for  from this shop  will  show you  Iww
squHrclv and honornblv we conduct our
ELECTRICAL BUSINESS
Those who employ un need n >l worry
about our charges and as to workman*
ship they know It Is the best.
Repairs to machinery, telephones, etc.
promptly attended  to.
J. H. RI1NOROSE,
HEADQUARTERS   FOR   ELECTRICAL
SUPPLIES.
P. O. Dox 166. Phono 227 A.
NELSON.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nelson. B. C.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heat-ed by Hot Air
KATRS fX  I'KK PAY
I.-tree    nd   .'omtortablo Bedrooma and  First-
���'.lies fun itm Koora.   Hample Rooms for Uon~_er<
clwl    M*.n
MBS.   K. C.CLABKK.   Prop-lctreat*
Bartlett   House
qko. w. BARTijrrr,
Proprietor.
Best Dolla.r-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar ts the Finest.
White Help OqIt Kmplored.
Josephine Bt.
Neln.-i.   B.O
Royal Hotel
MBS   Wll.USM  ROBKRTS.
PBOrBlsTSESS.
Rates |1 and $1.50 n Day.
Special Rates to H.-imlnr Boardsr.
SILVER   ORILL
The Silver Grill has opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The best 35 cent
meal in the city.
JEWELL   _   HOARE,
Proprietors.
Geo.  P.  Player
Accountant
LATE ACCOUNTANT AT HALL MINING   &   SMELTING   CO.
Office   Room   No.   2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
rs'OTlCE.
YMIR   LICENSE   DISTRICT.
Notice  is  hereby   Riv.-n  thut at the
n. xi Dkeetias of th,* Boaad of Lstoanae
Commissioners for ilic District of Ymir
to lie held after the expiration of tllirlv
days, I Intend to apply for a transfer of
the l.lc'.'iise for the drove Hotel from
nrjaelf to William Cnsnell.
Ernest G. ltnrden.
Hy his attorney. Win. Gnsn. 11.
Dated this   l'Jth   day   of   Norembnr,
1907.
r'. C. GREEH       F. F. Bl'KDEN        A. II. GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Cfftl Engineers. Dominion and BritisL
ColumbU Land Surveyors
COR.VIQORIA li KOOTENAY STS., NELSON. B. C*;
F. 0. Boi 1*5    Fbooc 2.1 B.
FINE BUILDING LOTS
We have for sale *:.*c of the finest building lots ln the city, situated at
the corner of Josephine and Hoover streets. These lots are cleared and
f,'ii,,-'l anil comn I a Dtagatflcent view. Price, $2,000 for the six or
will lie sold separai   ..   is .desired. 1
J'OM l-CU. PAR-
'IIUI.AI'S APPLY TO
H. & M. BIRD
ONLY A FEW LEFT
OF THOSE CHOICE LOTS  IN   NELSON  CITY    ADDITION..     GOOD
SOIL,   LEVEL   GROUND.   ELECTRIC CARS,  ELECTRIC  LIGHT AND
WAER SE RVICE.
A great many sales have been made of lots in this charming suburb
of Nelson and only a few best  lots art- lefL
T. a. PROCTER
AGENT NELSON CITY LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO.
Office Rooms For Rent
Suite (2 rooms) ol Office Rooms in Alan
Block, facing  Baker St.      Particularly good
location.
McDermid & McHardy
NEU80N, B. C
A.G. LAMBERT & CO.
!vNrTDi_i_R?ro Ltftnbet��� Shingles*
L,ath, AAouldiriKS, Doors, \Vin_ovv_.
Turned Work and Brecketa. Hail Orders promptly attended to.
VBRNOIS STREET   ...   NBLSON. B. C.
AUCTION   SALE
Valuable Household Furniture
Owinp to the removal of Mr. R. CoUit-.C. P. R. Engineer, he haa instructed
us to soil by public auction without reserve his entire lot of high grade household furniture on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH, AT 2 P. M.
ON CORNER OF PARK AND VERNON STS., REAR OF DR. GIBSON'S.
LACEY & DENT
AUCTIONEERS
INOTICE.
Notice is herehy given that the undersigned have submliied to the Lieu-
tenant-Governon-in-Co'-. -il a proposal
under the Rivers and s.reams Act for
ihe clearing and ranonna obstructions
from the Duhatnel Creek (otherwise
known as Six-Mile Creek) In the District of West Kootenay, Province of
UritlBh Columbia, and lor making the
said creek fit for rafting aud driving
ihereon logs, timber and lumber, and
lor erecting aud maintaining dams on
the said creek, and for constructing
and maintaining booms for holding,
sorting and delivering logs and Umber
'li.'ieon, and for attaching booms on
Kootenaj Lake at the mouth of said
..���reok.
The lands to be affected by such
work ale Lota TOT, 7S8. 7601, 7773. ":!D4.
Mil and S41.1 all In Group One, Kootenay Hlstrict. aud other lands not Crown
('.ranted, occupied  or improve.!.
The tolls proposed to be charged are
such as may ba fixed by ihe .lodge of
ihe  County   Court   of   West   Kootenav.
Dated the 2hth day of October. I'.m7.
T11K  I'OUTO K1CO   Lt'MllKIt   COMPANY.   I.I.M1TKU
FOR SALE
160 ACRES���About eight miles from
Nelnon. Frequent trains, cabin.
springs. Owner would subdivide If
necessary $20 to *25 P,er acre.
25 ACRES Near Nelson���Good. road.
Water  rights. Small house. Stable.
Fruit   trees,   bushes   etc $4,000.
Also laud   on    Kootenay and   Arrow
lakes, Slocan and Salmon rivers, etc.
F. B. LYS
Real Estate Agent
SIS Baker St..  Nelaon.  B. C
SAMUEL  A.   WYE
The Ball of the Season 1
THE
20.000CLUB
BALL
Will   be  held  on
Friday, Nov. 15th, 1907
���IN  THE���
NEW SKATING RINK
(Corner of Baker and Fall. Streets.)
GOOD FLOOR
GOOD MUSIC AND
A GOOD TIME
Ticket, can be had from any member
ot the Executive or from the Secretary
of the 20,000 Club.
GENTLEMEN,   $2.00.       LADIES,   $1.00.
SUPPER   INCLUDED
HEATING ENGINEER.
VII Klnda or Heating  Planta In  Stock.
SANITARY  PLUMBING.
Vletorla St., Nr. Ooera House.      Tel. 181.
INOTICE
Notlcr- i�� h-n-l*> n������U ���'���a Ul'' l>i"''*rsi����.'''*-
i.tav*.' tmbrnlit* s o ut-j I'Miumut UoTomoorin
Council �� propoMl nudot >'.<* ).r.ivii��i-��m* ol mo
-Blnnr-jad Btrviuni .oW'lor B.*��rl_|  audro-
movinc vlM.r.u-.ito.i!- imui-ioiit Ktv.-r ��ii-l M*?*
,t..w Cm-.tn ihi' Ulitrtotol W*_i Kootonaf. and
fnr n-��t-|iitt   thtumoflt   t<r   ruftlng   mnl   rtrlv
Ing thf r ling* tliiihfr, lumt-r. rsltii i-oil mills
ninl    (i-r   -r*. nun ���to'l   mmntrtmini;   Imhiuin   l"r
lt.i|ilin%!. KirtlnR 'i'ltl dOalTottBi ���"K- una Umbor
bronintdawn wld crook ana rtvor,and rot at-
lK.-binu booma .������the ihoraoj nfti'i orta -nd
ilv.-r (..r paid pUTpOOO*.
The Uuds t-.W Hr.*.t...l   br-.-.Id woih -irt*:
LoU ������,.'. tntn :v.ti mi-; "Hi loi*. i. ii. ii is, h miii
i&olLoi i ������/; Urottpl, Kootanny Dtatrtot*
The i"ila ii-iip ***��*tl i" ������*��� chnma *r* ��aoh u
niRT oo ttxoa i'v tbotlatffool imOoanty Ooarl
. i wi.i Kootfttarj-
I)ated3tit ' n... !'���'"
iMKlNTCBNATIONAl. LVHHUn A MltRCANTIU < (>.,
UtVk
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
SCHEDULE
STEAMER KUSKANOOK leaves City
Wharf 6 a. m. dully for Kootenay landing and all points east. Close connections f,,r Spokane. Returning arrives
City Wharf 7 p. m.
TRAIN NO. 45 for Rossland and all
Const points, connecting with Steamer
Kiiskaui.ok leave, O, I*. 11. Depot 7.15 p.
in    Wlinrf 7.41) p. m. daily.
Old Curiosity Shop
TRAIN NO. 43 Tor Slocan. lliwiberry
leaves depot daily ezeept Sunday U
��� in. R.iuriiing arrives 6 p. m. dally
except Sunday.
TRAIN NO. 41 for RosslandTtoundnry
leaves Depot dally except Sunday a.45
a m. Returning arrives Nelson 10.30
p. in.
II you wnnt io buy or sell anything,
go to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line ot Japanese Goods now on aale.
All kinds of Dlunerware In stock. I'at
MM,
STEAMER KOKANEE fnr Kaslo
dally except Sunduy, leaves City Wharf
7 a. m. Ijirdo days: Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.
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For further particulars oall or write
E. J. DOTTLE, J. MOB,
*..u.l'.A..V��iic���UT.r. U F. A., H ,l%0 . Tne Dally Canadian
___.
Long Winter Evenings
ARE ENGAGED IN GOOD READ ING���COM FORTABLE READING
Should you be trouble* with your eyes ,������ have difficulty in Bee-
ingfine prim ai night, tflaaaea "ill again give you the power you cn-
ioved yeara ago
'   We have all the facilities on it"   premlaes t��� do this work pertect
ly and promptly.
J. O. PATENAUDE
MANL'I'ACTl WI
JKWKLMiH
Watchmaker and Optician
P
NEW SILK
BLOUSES
The very   newest and best
goods in Wash Silks, Liberty Silks and Chiffon
Taffeta Silks.      All
the very newest
styles at
$4, $5, $6 to $10 Each
All Over Net and
Lace Blouses at
$6.50 to $12.50
Each.
MEAGHER & CO.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to Sooj;
Acre Blocks, jj
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile _ <_
Next Door to Bunk of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Paints.
Boat Builders will find it to their ad-
vsmuge to nse our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
I  .iiy.it __.
/^W^^^Vy^-^V*��>*VVvVA'<
I        QUEEN
GGAR   STORE
BUSH  & MATT HEW, Props.
HEADQl'ARTKKS   I'Olt   ALL
IMPORTED    AND    DOMESTIC
CIGARS,    CIGARETTES,      TO
BACCOS,   PIPES   AND   SMOKERS' SUPPLIES.
Phofle' 9.   ~        P.   O.   Box  672.
V��VVWVM*VW*W>V��WMWW��V>****r
A. McDonald & Co.
WHOLESALE
MERCHANTS
Deulort. m staple und inney (teooarisi .
llUtt-ir,   EaVtfH.
Oiiiiip and MincrH' Supplies.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. See. C. E.
DOMINION  AND   PROVINCIAL   LAND
OURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office:   Henley Uiilldlng.    P. O. Box 434
Baker f��t., NELSON, B. C.
BA>'KHEAD   COAL
I;..  Best 11 ,i nl Coal uu the mar-
titinltriead fcji-i-
qui'ttos
Ti.,- Best Domestic tioai.
We^t Transfer Co.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
[ii^tM^
i
f     ���       a k i ��������� i. '��� �� '.,--.���
' ;.;j!;;y x
Cor. Vatt-non   e��r,c1  s,Vard Stresats,.
rstiusorv. fc*. c
J. Kennedy, Coeur d'Alene; L. J. Bell,
Three Vail.*: li. B. Elliott, F Choree,
E I. Burden, Toronto; \. K Reid, Sal-
mo; F, Btewart, Vancouver; A E.
Dykes, Winnipeg; C. F Allen and wife,
BI Paul; A I Dudgeon, Revelstolte:
ll. W. Corbett, Annapolis; W F. Edgecombe, London; I. E. Pasklll, .Ins. On,n-
in. Spokane;  F. Alblnta, Colville.
r,-*..^_
Corner of Stanley and Victoria Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot,
li. ii Carleton, Brookvllla; B. Harris,
Medicine Ha,: C. D. Jones. Buahwell,
A V, Robins, Vancouver; H. Hodgson,
Edmonton; Mrs. C. il. Fair and son.
Greenwood s Wood, Winnipeg; A. J.
Couraen, Seattle; P. Brockabank, Arrow
Lakes; C. F. Hooper, A. Edict, Spokane;
A.  Bradahaw, Cranbrook.
QUEENS.
R. Elnneom, B. Slant, Rossland; C.
M. Poster Winnipeg; Father D. Jean-
aotte, Sandon; Mrs. Q. Battel], Burke;
.1 r Carruthera, Moyie; (J. 0. Dlokson,
England; E Qocbe, Herman, N. Y.; J.
It  Revlll, A   R  Revill, Vancouver.
GRAND C���JTIta_
A M Wakefield, Crawford Bay; .!. E.
Allison. Manitoba; D. McRae, J. Muc-
donald, Calgai ��� o. 8. Dealander, J. E.
Ponlth, Kaslo; !���' Daly, T Daly, Regina
A McDonald, J. M< Donald, \ HcLeod,
���'��� ii Mi L.-.ui. .1 Lamm, F Murphy,
Oreenwood; M Talt, Vmlr; C Button,
Spokane; W. Laoey, it. Levatt, Fruit-
role.
TKEMONT.
C. Warren   Ainsworth;  K   Young, six
T    Bralnsmead    Rlondal;   .1.  .1
Ci mpbell,    Michigan;    .1   Cunningham,
Trail; A. Bathune, Phoenix.
ROYAL.
Miss Maj Phllllpa, Vancouver; .Miss
Blanch. Jackman, Montreal; .1 Randall
Wlnlaw; J W..English, Trout Lake: J.
n. Williams, Salmo; .1 Beaumont Bug
land;  W   Batterble, Manchester, Bng.
B UITI.KTT.
.1   Clifton,    Creaton;     ll    It.  Foster,
W   Stevens,  Ymir;  ii.   Clarke, s   See
bit'    Slot an.   I'.l lumphreya,   Phoenix
i   Kell      iflverton; E  Taylor, Spokane;
J.   Wheeler, Trail.
WANTED
A-ANTKD    I ..   Maker,    tlie Ties I., be Plr. Tsni
���r���. k ... Piu.   wi i  sivfl ii .-.His eaab in tl,,-
stria.,   nil   good    llnibvr       -'pply    lo Ji,s��pl.
'i"li.-H     ' ���..i,-i.
WANTED    -l  l.v  Y.ninc Si-oisnisn (insr
n.'.ii willing to i.i.-il.. mivtiiiiiK. exporleneail
lu Km-"tv,   win,.   ���!,.l   -i.lrlt   tr.,,1,'       Adflrcs*
I,   |. , hnlly ,:   iiimii.in ,,,li...
1   PAKTNBR   ..nn  .*'..,<,  le   purchase s Irult
,i.i* I, in-.,, tfelaon   .'. good -i .1.1,1.iii.  I'srt-
���." ,,'���"i nol i.. sctlvel) .',u...k.'.i nn rauoh.
I-."' p. r  ii iii.... ii|.|.|v T    I,    PROCTER.
L08T.
I.l,,I A I..M.V.-' IMIIKKI.LA will, ������l,l rllnra.-.l
Iin,nil.- l.-fl HI K I' Mull, on in,;l,i ,,[ 2J.Ui
s, |.l Pindar t.l.-us., riit.irn t.. Parker's Km-
liliivmi'ii, Ai-.tii. y nud reo.lv. rewnnl.
TO LET
\   ' i.,,.f.,r,Hl,k' 11.mi,' l..r a Ynitliit l.s.lv, w.ail.l
.\-.iii eitherMheol uasaher, ..r ynmiK hiOy m
husll..-*���- in   Hi.' .-Hy.     Ail.lrfHH   B. 0. 0,11)
Canadian,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
o. o.
Tli��* Nelson Nest of the Order of
Owls will meet tomorrow night in the
i id dfel lows' hall.
TWO  KlHH'l'-<Ji.ABH HOOUH, fU��KD1 liORUid     Ap-
plr .**.������ it-i-i.i-ci/--*i. 8rd flat. K. W. 0, block.
Board  of  Trade.
Tli.- regular monthly meet i iik of the
board of trade win bt- held in the oourl
bouse tonight ut s.:.e.
Diamonds.
.1. .1. Walker, the jeweller and optician, is making a specially of diamonds
I it* has a large assortment ol precious
stones suitable for Christmasl present!
Mills  Stilt   Workink.
Timber Inspector A. Carney, of the
East Kootenuy district, who was iu the
city last night, says that only four mills
in his district are now working: ('. M
Nab's at Crow's Nest Landing. Etosfl
Brothers' at Blkmouth, the Klk River
Lumber and the Fernie Lumber company, both  at  Fernie.
Churchman's  Club.
The first social of the season took
place last evening in the parish hall
and was a decided success. A good
programme ot vocal and Instrumental
music was rendered by the following:
Gramophone. Mr. Nickerson; solos.
Mrs. Hriggs. Mrs. Wye, and Mis-
Mown; pianoforte solos. Mrs. Hanning-
ton, Mrs. Astley. Miss Hate: soul's by
.Messrs. Taylor, Smith, Hill. Parker and
'Aye. The hall was crowded. Refreshments were served to over I'M' gii'-st--
and the singing of the National Anthem
brought to a close one of the most en
joyable evenings held yet.
R.  M.  R. Changes.
The Rocky Mountain Rangers, which
has consisted up to the present of Qve
scattered companies, will at the beginning of the year be organized into a
battalion of six companies, two of which
will be stationed in Nelson. Capt. W. .1
H. Holmes, of Kaslo. the present senior
captain, will become lieutenant-colonel
Capt. Lome Stewart, of Nelson, next in
order of seniority, will be major. The
two Nelson companies, the second of
which will be formed tomorrow night
at the armory, will he commanded l>>
Lieutenants Carrie and Partington, who
will receive their com missions as captains before that time.
20.000 Club  Ball.
The 20.000 club ball will be held in
the new roller skating rink tomorrow
night. The new building is splendidly
adapted for dancing having probubU
tin* best fioor for the purpose in the rjiv
There are two large dressing room.-,
which will be available for patrons. The
lower floor will be used as supper room
and tables will be set for SO at a time.
Music will be furnished by an orchestra
of six pieces conducted by F. L. Irwin
The following ladies are patronesses of
the ball. Madames T. G. Procter, _. F
Gigot, J. M. Lay, F. A. Starkey, W A
Macdonald. W. .1. Goepel, .1. C. Gore, .1.
K Taylor, P. G. Kbbutt, A. L. McCulloch.
R. Hawkey, W. S. Riblet, G. P. Wells.
"We   Are  King."
"We Are King" depicts a novel series
of events, some strong acting and refreshing love scenes. Gustavus Venner,
born King of Kahnburg, was abducted
as an infant and wanders over the globe
as a soldier of fortune, only to come
back in his full manhood and be placed
on his own throne, through a conspiracy, because he looked like the king,
who as an infant had been substituted
for himself, but who now, owing tu a
blow on the head, had become a maniac
While acting as a Hham king. Gustavus
accidentally learnn during u strong act
between himself and the black prophet,
who hud been a party to the abduction,
that he himself is in fact  the real king.
Chanty Ball.
The people of Nelson have always
lOnerouily patronized dunces und ut he-
social   functions   for   the   benefit   of   the
general hospital and the public library.
An appeal is now being made to them
for similar generous supporl for a
special charity, whone claims require
little explanation. A sanatorium for
tuberculosis   patients   is   lo   be   erected
iu the province near ECamloops,   Public
subscriptions on a generous scale have
enabled   thi*   promoters   to   make   a   be
ginning    Tin* expense of maintenance,
It is expected, will hi; met by general
Contributions from all over the province.
Branches of the provincial society for
that purpose have heen organized lu
every city In the province The first
effdi't of the NelSOIl branch Is (lie ball
lo be given in aid ot the fund In tie
armory the evening of Friday, Nov. 29.
The work of arranging for II has been
undertaken by Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1. Walk
er. ArranginentH an; already practical-
ly complete;. The best music available
will be provided, and the refreshments
will be equal to any ever furnished ut a
Similar function in Nelson. Patrons
may be certain of having an enjoyable
evening as well as gaining the consciousness of auslHting a very worthy
charitable object.
S M O�� F D    WEST KOOTENAY
_> 1T1 \J 1_ I. U BUTCHER CO.
FISH
KIPPERS AND
HALIBUT
We will have a fresh stock
of these regularly during cold
weather.       Kresh everv  week.
C. A. BENEDICT
Corner Silica aDd Josephine 8ts
PHONH7
KID DOLLS
ROR
DRESSING
We  have just  passed  into stock  the
finest   line  of   kid  dolls   we   have   .
bad.    If you ate  going to
DRESS ANY  DOLLS  FOR
CHRISTMAS
You   should   be   sure   and   see   our   Dolls.
We also suggest tha' you buj DO*
while there is a tail range ti�� s> led
from. You would also have the advan
tage of being able to get them dn
early and avoid being over-ruebed wb a
it gets near Xmus.
Description   and   prices   of  the   different
numbers
11  in. long each  $ .46
14 in. long each       '���"
it. in   long each    l oo
is in. long  each    I M
16-U iI1- hum. jointed knei and hip
 each   -i ii"
lS'-j; in. long, jointed knee and hip
 each    - JO
20Va in. long, jointed knee and hip
 each   3.J6
29  in    long, jointed   knee  and  hip
     each    .:..'r-
14 in. long, Jointed knee, hip, elbow and shoulder each    - ; ."���
19  in.   long, jointed   knee,  hit    ��� I
bow and shoulder each   .: '.'."���
21   In.   long,  jointed   hip, knee, -*l-
bow  and shoulder each    I 16
27 in. long, jointed hip, elbow and
shoulder.. each     i'. .'."
2C*^ in long, full Jointed each   >��� r>i>
SEE   THEM   IN   OUR   WINDOW.
W. G. Thomson
BOOKHKU.K.. .Hid
BTATIONKB.
l-��ric>ri-e .**4
Nelson, B. C.
Colling Hangs Tomorrow.
Hopewell Cape, N. B��� Nov. ll���The
end of one of the most noted murder
cases that has excited this section i"
recent years will come tomorrow with
the execution of Thomas F. Collins for
the murder ot Mary Ann McAuhw Tli'
crime was committed a year ago last
August. At thai time Collins, of whost*
personal hlstor)   little has been leaned.
appeared in New Ireland and was given
employment    n*     Father    MoAuIey, a
Catholic pries! tor whom Miss McAul) |
was housekeeper due day during the
absence of the priest at another mission
station the woman was struck down M
w hols���In ami Beuil P���lew In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on  shortcut nonce and
lowest prioe.        Nothing but  Cresh ami
wholesome moalM and SUpp-M kepi In Mock
���luii orders receive oarefuI attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manag-r.
Is Removmed
FOI?
iTSSCEflERY
Its Business Energy
AMD       I
__
Pure
Apple
Cider
$1.00 per Gallon
J. A. IRVING & CO.
|Xdapha_ nil.
HOUSTON BLOCK.
12 LOTS
Cleared,     cultivated,     planted
with   8o   trees,   good   water,
first rate  location,  $700.
GO/VIE   AslND  SUE.
WOLVERTON&Co
BAKER   8T.
seme person ami killed frfth en a\ Ool
litis disappeared, and when am Led
several days later was making his wa>
toward the Maine bonier Then wen
three trials ol tbe case. Collin
convicted on the Urst trial, bul on ap
peal secured *��� new trial, srhicfa rei oil
ed in a disagreement. The third trial
took place lasi September and n iu ted
In a verdict of guilt \ and a sentenc, ol
death.
Gas   Consumers.
f ias consumers are notified  thai   thi
discount   of 26 cents   pei   thousand  ''ii
hie   feet,   ii;     b ru red   on   I be   liiec   ol    Ra-
biUs,   ���  bsolul. '.    expire--   on   the   16th   III.---
Public Meeting of
Conservatives
A Public Meeting of Liher.-il-Couservatives  will be held in
Miners'   Union    Hall,   Baker   Street,   ou
Saturday, November J 6
At 8.30 p.m.
For tlie purpose of Electing Ten Delegates to tlie- Provincial
Convention of the Conservative Party to be held in Vancouver, ou the 2iud aud 23rd   November, inst.      All Liberal-Coo-
servatives are cordially invited to attend whether members of
the local Association or not.
R. S. UEINJNIE,
President Nelson Liberal-Conservative Association.
HAVE YOU BEEN WISE?
IF NOT, GET WISE
Do as tlie Wise Oues have
done select your Xmas Gifts
during our bargain sale of
Cbinaware. We will store it
for you till Xmas.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD.
Phone  81
IN ELS OIN    IROIN    WORKS
'���.   A.   ISAAC
R.   W.   HINTON*
ENGINEEW8    AND   CONTRAC10H8
ROUlSOEtRS AlNO
AAACHIMSTS
Istep'tl-lriit  M-14J  .1.0   .*������*..**  MSOUM4 Wlttl DtiMpntth.    mi,.-.*, v,   .
Work,   Mining  nnd  Mill   M.whln-��r>.       r^.-,-Tf���_,ur!r2- ��f    "'
Ore  ���_-#��.*-������,.
Corner nt Hal and
NELSON,
���1 Hlt'U \slth I >IM.pM
"*. . _ 11 i 1 >*.��- v . Mm 1
fr*.    0<>"ti--M_tof-a*   *C_ir_.
A   INECKTIE
that is fashionable and duratjl, ca. be
bought now at a price that is lure to
tempt you. Winter style, arc b��.ng
shown. Come quick and get tne sick.
Shirts. Collars and Cuffs galore. Med
lum and Heavy Weight Pa.ama, and
Night Shirts at proper prices.. Part.cu
lar people will be pleased will, our Oder
ing..
J. A. OIUKER
1HEREAREMANY
scribes, bring them    to the    Popular    Store.
Places to have your prescriptions filled.
But to have them properly and carefully
compounded    as    your   physician   pro*
DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 25
PooEe-Longhurst Co.. Ltd.
Maker ..nd .loHenhine Sts.
We would like to set* nil our patrons comfortable this winter amf In orr.'-r ts
do so wc have In Stock ihe bSSl SSSOTtS. line of hcatluc stoves and cooking
BtOVM  Sad   riagH   ev--r   before  prett* nted to th** public in Kootenay.
We would bs pleased to show you our line and before making yuur pu*"
chus'   kindly aee what  we have Io offer.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.
Nelson BraM*.-
LINOLEUMS
-l
You can alwayi get what
you want in all kinds of House
Furnishing! at the
LOWEST
PRICES
CARPETS
AOlilVTSi
M.ason-Risch
Pianos
Buck Stoves
and Ranges
Standard Furniture Company
Complete Hou.e Furnishers and Undertaker..
oraniteJ
WARE
We carry a  large
���tock of Cere.ii
Cooker.,   Kettle.,   Stew   and   Snuc
Pans.   Fry    Pans.    Tea    .nd  Cot."
Pots   etc.,   otc.
In fact  EVERYTHING FOR
KITCHEN.
THE
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd-
WlwlrsHle
IN I JUKOIM
Retail

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