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��_)e -Daily (.tana-Man
Voi.UMK  I.     NO.   200.
NELSON, B. C, SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, J 907.
Fifty Cbnts a Mod
MAKINGJSSUES
Grand Forks Liberal Plan
Exposed
���ILLER SCORES HEAVILY
j J. A. Micdoiuld 's Speech Signal for
Break-Up���Gregory's Labor
Claim is Ridiculed
Special to  The  Dally  Canadian.)
rami Forks, .Ian. 20.���About  .uo of
|ii,< citizens, Inoludlns about v.", ladies.
���limbered 111 the opera house last even-
to hear J. A. Maedonuld, leader of
���Hit- opposition,  and  others speak.    P.
McCallum BOted us chairman.    The
���Tii.li speaker wub  ll. VV. Gregory, the
Ii.iis.isil candidate iu this riding.    He
Ifliisks- briefly, very feehly expressed his
[riews on political mauers. He olatmed
was justified  In  calling  himself a
���Liberal-Labor candidate, as be had been
��� .initiated  hy  lhe   Liberal   party  here
ami liy the labor union.
Ms. !���:. Miller, the Conservative can-
hldate, was lhe nexl speaker,   He took
���ii>s> platform amid loud and prolonged
isi isluuse.   He suited first that he wunt-
��� sl  tss contradict  u   report  which   was
Ilii-liiK  circulated  by   his   opponent!  to
Itlic effect that bo would move to tlie
���coast  II  eleoted.    lie  said  there  was
ilutely no truth whatever In It. He
|inxt took up    the    grievances of    tlie
llirund Forks coal locators in deall and
jshisweil conclusively that certain  leail-
|iin,' coal men who were Liberals were
simply bringing up this coal grievance
|jit. mh election liana,   ile showed that
Ihese sum epariies, also being perfect-
[ly well aware of the exact nature of
in' seal licenses Issued by the govern-
neat at a meeting held, consented and
lined that the money held ln thc bank
is-  paid oul   lo  Andrew   llacketl,  the
isrlKlnal c.sal localor.   The speaker fur-
Iber showed, and created a sensation
tlii' meeting, by slating that a cerium petition of right had been secretly
ulihlii'lil liy Liberal coal men when he,
tllller, an their solicitor, wanted to pre-
ll to Premier McHrlde In his re-
��� iii visit lo Qrand ForkB. Mr. Miller
sssk his seat uniisl thundering applause
nil was compelled by thc audience to
iMr.'ss a few more words, which he
id. In conclusion.
Mr. llaibiow, an    orator for tho So-
���ialists,  was the next    speaker.      He
ipenly charged Mr. Oregon1 with false-
lood In slating lhal he had been nominated   by   any   labor  union.    He said
Jjhal tin. whole thing waB simply imaginary on Gregory's part    llelng quite
lonlortlonlsl, this    speaker    amused
audience more ihan a little.    The
:l speaker was Mr.  F. .1. Deane of
iNi'lsnn. who Bpoke briefly.    Mr. Deane
In decidedly poor trim nnd had o
difficulty  In  keeping  the attention  of
l'lis'  meeting,    IIIb  voice  at  times  til-
It' rly failed him.   The chairman of the
'ting next  Introduced lhe lender of
Nl"* opposition as that great and  won-
ifill man, .1. A. Macdonald.   Mr. Mac-
I'lisiialil started his speech by trying to
"llttlo tbe Conservative candidate, af-
ff'i* which he dealt    with    Iho    Kaien
|l'Isiiiil land ileal, and his reference lo
Jiiis matter was  bo objectionable  to
III"  audience lhal It wub with dlfflcul-
lhat he concluded hla speech, ow-
pm; lo iiie interruptions,    During his
|i'l'lioss the audience began (o disperse
"'"I when he had finished fully one-
nl of llle crowd bad left The bander Liberal! In lhe meellng made n
faint attempt to cheer Ihe speaker bill
Ifniifd in the attempt when the brass
|l'iiiiil of the  city  enme to the rescue
played  "(Sod Save  llle  King"   for
l!t"' dispersing  nudlenco.
DEATH OF R. E. LEMON.
Vnrden of Nelson Gaol Succumbs After
Long  Illness.
��� There wns general nnd sincere regret
V'i Nelson yesterday when ll became
fiiiown Hint "Hob" Lemon, warden of
I11"' proflncinl gaol at Nelson, had
. srted out on tho "lasl, long trail."
J1'nlh had been expected for several
�����lnys,   lt enmo nt B o'clock this morn-
ig.
��� Hubert K. Lemon wnB born nt Paris,
I''''"lucky, on April 24, 18r>5. Shortly
I ���.liter his birth the family moved to
I Wisconsin, where ho grew lo manhood,
j Al the age of 18 he became a school
I li'iicliei', and followed thnt profession
I for six yeiu-s. Then he went Inlo busl-
I '"SB In Alabama, but his restless spirit
I ��< nl him travelling, and he spent many
I Wars In Colorado, New Mexico nnd
1 Arizona.
In IKS I he reached l'liget Sound.
. I'our years Inter he came to Revel-
I stoke nnd on to Nolson, whero he has
���luce remained, except for a brief period of railway contracting near New
Westminster,
During his business career in Nelson ho was known throughout Kootenay
for his kindnesB. No stranded prospector ever appealed In vain. And during
all his career lu Nelson thore are
stories of unrecorded Instances of Itisb-
ert Lemon's kindness. Hefore Nelson
contained a hospital many a man was
nursed through Illness back to health
ai the home, and by the persona] care,
of the sometimes rough-tongued but
ever kind and warm-hearted pioneer.
AS far as known one sister ia thc only surviving relation. An attempt will
he mado to communicate with her before funeral arrangements are announced.
ELECTIONS IN  SPAIN.
Issue of Church and State Submitted to
Electorate.
Madrid, Jan. 26.���King Alfonso today
Issued a decree suspending the session
of parliament, as It had become evident that Senor Mania, the Conservative leader who formed a cabinet yes-
terdya, with himself as premier, could
not command a majority ln thc chambers. An early submission of the Issue between church and stuij to the
people, through dissolution of the parliament and new elections. Is the only
means of clearing the situation. The
clericals and t he reactionaries are jubilant, us the mere fact of the Conservatives being In power will give them
a great advantage at the polls.
REBUKE COWARD ATTACH
A. E. Watts Defend! C. P. R. Official!
From Imult for Courtesy to Public Men.
To the Editor of The Dally Canadian:
Dear Sir: I notice many cowardly attacks made by the Liberal pieaa upon
sumo of tbe officials of the Canadian
Pacific Hallway company, whose position precludes them from defending
themselves publicly.
Superintendent Kriekson ls charged
by the Liberal press with unduly favoring Premier McHrlde by accommodate
Ing hlm with a special car ou local
train No. 81, Fernie to Cranbrook. In
this case Mr. Erlckson treated the Conservative party ln exactly the same
way aa he accorded the usual courtesy
to tlie members of the Liberal govern
ment on the occasion of the visit of
the minister of the interior, tho Hon.
Mr. Oliver, nt the time o f the local
elMtlon ln Alberts, when he placed his
private car at the disposal of Mr. Oliver and Senntor DeVeber, during their
visit from Frank to MoLeod. It may
be noted that the Conservative preBs
did not descend bo low as to raise a
howl.
Apparently the scandal-mongers are
nol aware lhat lt Is the usual practice
of all railway companies to treat members of the government of either parties with the same courtesy, simply because of their positions as representatives of the people. And ns regards
the special train engaged by the premier to convey his party from Cranbrook to Kootenay Landing. I was
present during the negotiations, and
the premier and his party were conveyed on the ordinary standard regulations by the Canadian nrlfic railway at
so much per mile, a privilege which Is
open to any private Individual or parties, whoever he may be.
This kind of campaign tactics adopted by the Liberal press Is perfectly
nauseating to all decent minded people,
nnd will or shoulil net as a boomerang
upon the users; and II Is upon the same
exalted level that such generous souls
exist bb Mr. Deane, the editor of Ihe
Nelson Dally News, who howls and anal hematites a government for carrying
out a contract which he, as a member
of parliament, was Instrumental In
mnklng. I refer to the Columbia &
Western railway grant of 800.000 noroB
of land tho Liberal governmenl made
lo tho railway oompany wllh the nsaont
of Mr. Deane and Mr. F. Hume, the
latter being a member of the cabinet
nt the time.
Amongst   Iho human  rnce  there are
degrees of honesty.    To which degree
do such examples belong?
Yours truly.
A. K. WATTS.
Still Cheating.
New York, Jan. 20.���A despatch from
Cleveland says John D, Rockefeller's
new wig ls held up In Ihe customs office fnr appraisement. Experts say that
(hr- Invoice price Is rar below Its value,
It Is a fine specimen of the wig inal,*-
cr's art. wllh the ha'r long, soft and of
a gloss** grev. lt wns ordered lasl sum-
mer when Mr. Rockefeller was In
France, am! reached America only
recently. It wns placed upon the invoice list at tho modest price of flvo
francs.
Fifth Victim Dies.
Montreal, Jan. 20���The fatal Windsor
holol fire or last November, claimed Its
fifth victim yesterday, when Donald
Walker, agod 17, boll hoy, who so heroically roused tho guests, died In the
hospital, succumbing to Injuries he received In Jumping frnm an upper window. He is a son of Angus Walker or
Orllllln, Out., and will be burled here.
SENSATIONAL END
Tuckett Cup Contest at
the Bonspiel
TWELFTH END WAS TIED
Pinkham's Rink Btats Fox Wiih
Shot to Spare���Notes of
the Play.
(Special   to The  Dally  Canadian.)
Cranbrook, Jan. 20.���As expected last
evening the semi-final for the Tuckett
Cup furnished the most sensational con-
teat of the entire series played during
the Bonspiel. It was a virtual challenge match between the pick of the
Cranbrook and sN'elsou curlers, and If
ll were not for the severe Illness of
Judge Wilson, he would certainly have
been ono of the selected from Cranbrook.
I'lnkham skipped for Ihe home city,
A. L. McDcrmott playing lead, Jack
MeSweyn second, and E. H. Patmore.
third. Judge Form played his own rink
In which Fox was skip, Forin, llooth,
and Holden as lead.
The twelfth end opened with Bluk-
ham one up, nnd ended with his laying a stone that looked a sure winner.
Fox had last shot and played it splendidly as he evened the score. He was
loudly cheered by Ihe huge crowd that
ba daflsembled. Another end had to
be played, and here Pinkham's rink
enme out uiu inl without it being necessary for I'lnkham to lake his last shot.
Then, indeed, the cheers broke out In
earnest when the crowd realized that
Forin had been beaten well, sufficiently and most ratlBfactorlly.
... For liusv -Clsjal. LfiuiiliiM. sw_..lu.lt.at..
ltossiand, and won In a ten end game
by 10 to 6. The game was shortened
at lhe request ot the Rossland boys.
In Ihe Hritish Columbia Curling Association Trophy, Walley's rink of Nelson, beaL Fox's rink rrom the same
place.
A spirited cartoon ol Hilly Richard-
Bon preparing for his wonderful fluke
shot on yesterday has been prepared
by Duncan McLean. Hilly ls there to
Ihs- lire In Iiis big. "Tain" and Walley Is
shown in shivering outline waiting for
the result, lt Is right to sny the stone
struck Hllly's leg as he I��ld it down a
fact lhat enabled hlm to win his third
Hudson's Hay Cup.
CONDEMNED CANADIAN SEEDS.
Representative  Mann Gets After Adulteration Practises.
Washington. Jan. 20.���Willi a score
of small boltles before him containing
seeds of various grasses, Itepresentolve
Mann of Illinois, mnde a speech In the
house today about seed adulterations.
He said that the Canadian government
permitted the exportation of two of the
beat known adulterants, dodder' and
catchfly. and dilated upon their char-
octerlBtlcs. Mr. Mann aald that two
samples or seed representing about 10-
000 pounds recently Imported rrom
Canada wore practically Ihe seed or
oatobfly, one or the commonest and
worst clover seeds In the Dominion. He
mnde the direct charge that a large
proportion ot the low grade weed con-
Inlnlng weeds and dead seed offered
for sale In the United Sllllea is Imported rrom Europe and Oanada.
"Canada," he said, "had n very strict
seed inspection law preventing Uie sale
in iiiai oountry ot seed containing
adulterants and a long list or prohibited
weed seeds. That law. however, contains a clause encouraging the export
of Ihese prohibited seeds. It n law
could be framed which wil prohibit the
Importation or seed containing weed
seeds and dead seeds, much good can
be done."
Sent to Sing-Sing.
New York, Jan. 20.���George A. Burnham, Jr.. who wns convicted of grand
larceny from the Mutal Reserve Life
Insurance company or whicli he was
counsel and vice president, wns sentenced to two years imprisonment and
taken to Sing Sing late today. Before
leaving Ihe Tombs he wns permitted to
Bee his wife and lour olher members
nl the family.
A Murder Mystery.
Toronto, Jan. 20.���The latest developments In ihe Henry Perkins poisoning case at Canfield Is the discovery of
an entry of a Cayuga druggist's book
that shows lhal. 10 grains ot strychnine poison were purchased on Monday.
October 10. The purchase wns signed
for by Ralph Curry, Ihe sale being made
hy W. J. QiiliiBey.   The polBon was al
legedly purchased to kill rats. Tbe
most slgulflcent fact about the entry ls
the signature of Ralph Curry. It ts
written ln a roflned and quite feminine
hand. Qulncy stated that as far as he
could remember tbe purchase was made
by Ralph Curry, brother of Mrs. Perk-
Ins, but the signature Is distinctly a
woman's.
RESULTS  OF  PROFIT-SHARING.
Satisfactory  Returns from  Fair  Wage
System  Deroonttrated.
A remarkable gathering was held in
the town of Berlin a week or so ago
when 430 employees.of the W. B. &
R. company held their annual meting
and heard reports on the year's business. About four years ago Mr. Williams, the head of the firm, introduced
what Is called Welfare Work, much
along the line followed by the National
Cash Register company at Dayton,
Ohio. Four years ago Mr. Williams
called the heads and sub-heads of departments together and told them that
there was a lack of harmony, too much
friction; he wanted an executive committee [sinned to meet twite a week to
dlscuua current business, and how best
io work together in handling It; here, If
anybody had a grievance of any kind,
it waa to be discussed aud settled. The
executive committee controls all details
or work and management. Friction is
done away with, eac;, department being In harmony with all others, for each
is consulted and Its interests considered. The plan has woVked well for the
firm; Its business is 9** per cent, greater than tour years ap>. There were
522 persons on the pay-roll four years
ago, now there are only 430, yet the
business has nearly doubled in volume.
These figures should be of Interest to
manufacturers.
The results possess Interest, too, for
labor leaders. The 430 employees drew
In wages $28,000 more than was paid
In the G22 four years ago. The 622 employees used l�� work 10 hours each day,
six days ln the week; the 430 employees
work nine hours per day and have a
hair holiday  Saturday.
I'y meeting on com non ground and
finding out wherein their Interests are
mutual, employers anl_faplgyees have
rronn-a n-prettr txMW^tmMt9rgmm~
It an employee needs to borrow some
money he is cautioned not to go a
money-lending shark���he can borrow It
at the lowest Interest at the front office.. The employees hnve an assembly haU, a men's club room, a women's
club room, library and reading room.
They have organized various societies.
The plan as a whole works well���It
works well because the basts of lt is
the sound Idea that every employee
can make the business a success and
should share In the fruits of success.
Wrestling With Elements.
Winnipeg. Jan. 20.���Fine , weather
previled oil over the province today,
and with the cessation of the storm
which has prevailed during the wek, tbe
railways are getting their branch llnea
Into good shape again. YeBterday morn-
lug's transcontinental from the East,
which was stuck In the snow east of
Schrelber, arrived this afternoon, followed by last night's train at an Interval ot about two hours. Yesterday's
Soo Lines train, which was snowbound
south oi the line yesterday, arrived
I hla morning. The eastbound trains are
still wrestling with the elements west
nf Moose Jaw.
MM. KEEPS BUSY
British Columbia's Private Affairs Subject   of    Debate   In   Dominion
Parliament.
Ottawa, .Inn. 20.���The new Dominion
land bill applies to lands In the prov-
Incos of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberni and the Northwest Territories
and to the railway belt in British Columbia, and to tbrs'i- aud one-half million acres of land In the Pence River
district or HrlilBh Columbia, lying west
ol the Rock mountains and adjoining
Alberta. There arc radical provisions.
The old pre-emption privilege Is extended. There are material benefltB
lo homesteaders. Applications may be
made now before a sub-agent, and
squatters rights are respected.
In the house last night on the motion of II. L, Borden to go Into committee or ways and means, the sale ot
10,000 acres of laml ln British Columbia at %1 an acre, known as the Kaien
Island deal, was brought up. Mr. Horden objected to unwarrantable persistence of the Ottawa government In Interfering In the matter. Mr. Oliver denied that tho government had interfered, maintaining ihat they merely
attid as guardians to Indians who held
titles to these lands.
Hon. Mr. Totnplenian snld that whllo
the llrltlsh Columbian government only
received $1 an acre, the lands really
cost the Grand Trunk Pacific 140,000,
$"0,000 or this going to a body of speculators, adventurers nnd adventuresses.
Messrs Porter and Foster mode bitter attacks on the government and
were replied by K. G- MoPherson und
Ralph Smith. Mr. Aylesworth characterized the argtinnnts put forward by
Ihe opposition speakers as utterly absurd.
BLUFF IHALLED
Yukon Liberals Utterly
Repudiate Mclnnes
GOVERNOR DISCREDITED
Authentic  Telegrams  Show Why
Ex-Commissioner Resigned
Sinecure.
(Special to The Dally Canadian.)
Victoria, B. C��� Jan. 26.���Premier McBride returned from his interior tour
tonight full of enthusiasm as to the result of the election on February 2nd.
At a meeting of the Central Conservative committee tonight, he announced
amidst applause, that he was completely satisfied ln bis own mind that the
government would be sustained by a
greatly increased majority.
The all-absorbing topic of conversation among politicians is tbe dlaclus-
ure affecting the status of W. W. B.
Mclnnes ln the Yukon. The Colonist
sayB editorially; "Only a few days ago
we reoelved what purported to be a
copy of resolutions passed by the Liberal association at Dawson, In which
certain allegations were made ln regard to Mr. W. W. B. Mclnnes, then
commissioner for the Yukon, and the
Dominion government was asked to Investigate the charges with the view of
removing Mclnnes from office. An accompanying letter waa a statement that
Sir Wilfrid had promised to investigate
the matter.
We at once telegraphed to Dawson
asking if the facts stated In the docu-
Mr. Mclnnes' administration of the
Yukon had not been acceptable to the
Liberals of Dawson. We do not print
the document in full, because tbe only
feature of the matter to which we wish
to direct attention Is that the Liberal
association of Dawson asked for the
removal of Mr. Mclnnes, and tbat Sir
Wilfrid Laurler appears to have promised an Investigation.
These are exceedingly serious matters, and they deeply concern the people of llrltlsh Columbia quite apart
from the grounds advanced for Mclnnes*
removal from office. Concerning these
we have, and Intend to have nothing
to say. We know nothing of any of the
alleged facts and it would not be our
duty to Investigate them anyway. The
point Is lhat the Dawson Liberals, for
reasons,' which seemed satisfactory to
them, desired to have Mr. Mclnnes removed from the commlsslonershlp.
tin ser these circumstances bis entry
Into Llrlllsh Columbia politics takes on
a new aspect, and the danger that lies
In thc chance of his being a dominant
factor in provincial politics Is greatly
Increased. We regret that a due regard
to our duty as a public journal compels
a reference to this matter."
���__-+-
BRYCE GIVEN RECEPTION.
Leaving for America is Tendered Ovation by his Admirers.
Manchester, Eng.. Jan. 20.���James
Bryce, tho ambassador to tbe United
States, and Mrs. Bryce were given a
farewell dinner at the Reform club here
this evening.
A large company was present, and
Mr. Bryce, replying to a toast to hts
health, referred lo Great Britain's good
relations with all the powers said;
"Thero Is one friendship which is of
especial value to all or us���1 refer to
the United States.
"I am happy to think our relations
with lhat country have never been better, nevor Indeed, do I think they have
been so good ns they are at this moment. The Incident fresh In our memory noed be referred to only for the
sake of saying that the moral of It was,
'This Is how different things nre now,
happily, front those times when an Incident like that would have been the
signal for cries of defiance ln the presB
of both countries.'
"Fortunately for both countries no
one took this matter as anything but
an occasion wherein we could show out
trust lu one another.'
"Even more significant, wus (he recent visit of Secretary Root to Canada
1 hope you all rend the speech of Mr.
Root. I never remember any deliverance of a responsible sslntesninii uttered In a higher or broader spirit, and
nothing more calculated by Its recognition of the, splendid progress of Canada
and its lucid statement of the reasons
of good feeling between Canada and
the United Slates."
Fire at St, Vincent De Paul.
Montreal,   Jan.   26.���St.  Vincent  De
Paul village, whicli adpolns the peni
tentiary of the same name, was, this
momlng, the scene of a fire which destroyed a store and two dwellings. The
total damage amounted to about $30,000.
The fire had made such headway before It was noticed that ramllles residing the dwellings which were burned,
were forced to. flee ln their night
clothes, and wero unable to save any
of their belongings. Cyrill Bison owned
all the buildings.
ROSSLAND ORE 8HIPMENTS.
Severity of Winter  Hampers  Mineral
Output
Rossland, Jan. 26.���The effects of the
recent heavy storm and the prevailing
cold weather handicaps the transportation facilities of both the Canadian Pacific and the Oreat Northern railways
to such an extent that a sufficient supply of fuel to keep the smelters ln full
operation and of ore to keep the reduction plants going cannot be handled. It
is feared owing to Jae unusual severity
of the winter that it will be some little
time yet before the railways will be
able to handle the normal quantity of
freight and the mines and smelters run
to their full capacity.
Sbipments for the week from Rossland mines were considerably curtailed
owning to the shortage of cars and Inability of railroads to handle ore offered
them.
Following are the shipments for the
week ending this evening: Centre Star,
780; Le Rol No. 2, 415. Total for week,
3300, and for year, 14,460 tons.
Shipments of oro to Trail smelter
from thc several camps of the Kootenays' for week aggregated 3477 tons.
Not With Impunity.
The following telegrams passed i
i this morning:
"R. F. Green, Arrowhead: Will)
you enter action against slanderers regarding Sir   Adolf   Caron \
and yourself.   Funds guaranteed.
"A. E: WATTS."
"A. E. Watts, Wattsburg: Many
thanks for telegram. Will certainly go for them.
..'   ���������*   -*��� * nHgMwVf
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ROUND THE  BOUNDARY.
Trunk   and   Branch   Stage   Lines  are
now Established.
The local order of Odd Fellows of
this city installed their officers at a
meeting held here last night who will
hold office for the ensuing term. The
officers were installed by District Deputy Grand Master of Phoenix, ssslsted
by Grand Marshall A. Dinsmore, Grand
Secretary D. D. Munroe, Grand Permanent Secretary Fred Cooper, Grand
Treasurer George Rutherford and
Grand Conductor Johnson of Phoenix.
The newly installed officers are:
R. S., Walter Dewdney; P. 8., A. L.
Clements; Treasurer, R. Frache; R. 8,
N. G., D. D. Munroe; L. S. N. G., W. C.
Putnam; Warden, Carl Wolfram; Conductor, J. Kavanagh; L. L. S��� Hugh
Curtie; Chaplain, George Rutherford;
I. G., George S. Henderson; O. G., T. L.
Crossln; Organist, Walter Dewdney.
A most elaborate banquet followed
thc installation of these officers. The
bounteous spread which had been prepared was thoroughly enjoyed, and the
speech making and musle were continued until an early hour in the morning.
Word has reached here today from
Pentlcton that W. E. Welby, a roslHent
of that district, Is putting ln a stage
line between Pentlcton and Oroville.
Washington, where lt will connect with
the Great Northern railway. It ls also
the Intention to establish branch stage
lines from this main or trunk line. Tbe
first branch will connect with White
Lake, making that point a junction
point. Another line wtl then run south
through Fairvlew and Osoyoos to Oroville, making the trip from White Lake
to Oroville In four hours. Iti s fully
expected that this system ot stage lines
will be In full operation by March 1,
and will continue to operate until the
trains are running Into Keremeos.
The many friends of Superintendent
H. W. Worrlngton, of the Kettle Valley
Line railway, were pleased to see him
arrive home yesterday from Spokane,
where he has heen under treatment for
some weeks past for an accute form
of appendicitis. Mr. Worrlngton bas
almost entirely recovered.   ,
Land of Equality.
Alton, 111., Jan. 26.���A letter addressed to Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt ls
being held at tho Uppor Alton post office because the writer neglected to
place a postage stamp on the envelope.
Postmaster Seltz has Bent a formal notice thnt the letter will be fordwarded
when the necessary two cents are remitted.
Europe Harmonious.
Pnrls, Jan. 26.���Foreign Minister
Pichon today Informed the cabinet tbat
tbe ponTrs had unanimously approved
the Franco-Spanish note relative to the
withdrawal to tho squadrons of Spain
a*id Franco from Moroccan waters.
GREEN AND -HU
Repeat Denial of Vancouver World Charges
TSUI Of TIE L.RDEAU
Government Assured of Flatterfcf
Victory in Kaslo Constituncf
and Throughout Province.
R. F*. Green���ex-chlef commissioner
of Lnnds and Works, came In on the
coast train from Arrowhead last evening and is a guest at the Strathcona.
Mr. Green haa been for the past week
in the Lardeau section of the Kaslo
constituency, on which tour, he haa
been accompanied by Mr.- Neil F. Mao-
Kay, the popular Conservative candl- I,
date tor tbat riding.
Meetings were held at Beaton, Trout
Lake and Ferguson, at each of which
points the attendance waa large and
the enthusiastic character of the meetings was s surprise even to the most
sanguine supports ot the government
cause.
Both Mr. Green and Mr. MacKay addressed the electors who turned oat ln
crowds on the general policy and record
of the McBride administration. Tha
fables respecting Kaien Island, the
Columbia t_ Western land grant, and
the other concoction by which the opposition appeals to the credulity ot the
electorate. '.'���, .
The lucid, clear eaA'frank exposition
of the governmenfi Alley waa thoron t-
ly appreciated, at   ^
'ir>,___
the mee_r_r_|          _____
tendered ��� MMBrtfi W���MM tt tt\
Green,  at tpf SmSu>i
were caawtaMr* ^Iterated, and the
whole town united to do honor to the
late chief commlaaioner. The endorae-
ment of Mr. Green's record waa enthusiastically cheered and the affair
was the strongest possible Intimation
of the confidence of the people ln Mr.
Green and Mr. MacKay.
Asked if he had anything further to
say with respect to the charges of tha
Vancouver World on the Telqua and
Pine River valley licenses Mr. Green
said:
"My denial of those charges waa explicit and emphatic. I stand by it and
do not need to add to It
"1 aee by reports ln the press that
Dr. Macdonald stated at Vernon, on the
authority of an alleged telegram from
the ooast, that the statement of the
premier, that no licenses had been Is-
Bued to Sir Adolph Caron, The Transcontinental Exploration syndicate, or
any one else, In the Pine River distriet,
was not borne out by the facta.
"The statement ot the premier la absolutely correct, aa no licenses have
been issued to any person within the
district referred to, as lt has always
been the policy of paat governments to
refuse to deal with the lands ln that
district until such time aa the Dominion government grant, under the Settlement Act (ot 3,500,000 acrea) was
satisfied.
"No telegrams from anywhere can dispute these statements, aa the records
of the Lands and Works department
are open, and will show these facta to
be absolute and Incontrovertible."
Mr. Green hae, during the paat few
weeks, met the electorate of various
sections of the province and expresses
his unqualified confidence ln the return of the government. The stable
conditions In  business and  the rapid ���-, -
development of the country Inspire a -ll
feeling of general satisfaction that It '���
will be impossible for the opposition, by
argument or fabrication, to unsettle or
or overturn.
Mr. Niel F. MacKay, when asked if
he cared to make any statement relative to the charges under discussion,
said:
"With reference to the charges made i���']
by the Vancouver World, I wish to say '   |
that Mr. Green's statement as to how
Caron was ssked to Issue stock in the
TranscDntlncn'al Syndicate ln my
name Is absolutely correct. At that
time I was not, nor was I for months
afterwards connected with the Landa
and Works department.
"I emphatically deny that this stock
was to be held In trust for Mr. Green,
or that he was to he, In any way, Interested therein.
"I may add tbat whether issued or
not no such stock has ever been re-
cleved by me. "
Blake Goes Hams.
New York, Jsn. 28.���Edward Blake,
member of the British parliament for
South Longford, Ireland, sailed for
home today on the steamship Minneapolis. Mr. Blake, who la a native rf
Canada, has been on a vacation In Ca".-
ada and the United Statea for the last
six mouths. The Daily Canadian
HUDSON'S BAY
STORES ���
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English Cured Meats
Irish Roll Bacon
Ayrshire Roll Bacon
Wiltshire Hams and Bacon
Yorkshire Hams and Bacon.
PRICE 21 l-2c PER LB.
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head O&c-r:   Toronto.
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Ferale	
Grind  Forks	
Greenwood	
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Kaslo	
Ullooet	
S'analmo	
Nelaon	
Niwrafile	
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Okanacan	
Revelstoke	
Richmond	
Roassland	
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Skeena	
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tECORDjr^YUKON
lore Testimony to Oood
Character
Liberals on mcinnes
Resolutions Adopted and Forwarded
to Ottawa���"Utterly Untrustworthy, Drunk and Immoral"
lllh.SKIS
llll
nie reason for Mr. MclnncB*
iu to leave the Yukon Ib now
not iliroiiKli Mr. Mclnnes, wo
evidence to JuBtlfy the charge
ever tolii the truth ahout any-
lln*.
Th.. following letter, written by John
Iliiiu,  ex-mftyor of   Victoria, and   the
smjianylng    resolutions    make   Mr.
[olnnes* reasons fairly clear*.
"Dawson, Jau. 15, 11107.
I'lslllsir Ually    Canadian.���Dear Sir:
i nill find enclosed a copy of a reso-
isiii, In jiart, that wna passed by au-
rlty of the Yukon Territorial Liberal
loclatlon, the parent Liberal asaocia-
u .si tin- Vnkon Territory, on the 25th
July.  lanG,  aud  transmitted to lhe
Iimi. Sir Wilfrid Laurler.   The pre-
i fisrwartled a copy, as enclosed, to
Msluuea at Dawson, and  linnieill-
Ij Mr. Mclnnes got busy to pack tils
|ll|> Iui  Ottawa.
Dr. Wells, president of lhe Yukon
snitssriai Liberal Association, recelv-
l a letter from Sir Wilfrid stating
nit the charges made were of fllich a
Biaraotar that, they could not be over-
;ed and promising a searching en-
y. We believe that Mr. Mclnnes
Instrumental ln having an Illegal
irregular meeting of the assocla-
i-alled together for the purpose ol
|inying that the association had passed
such resolution, but they could not
so, and, moved by sheer pity, they
sesl u rs solution that no such reso-
hllon waa on th> minutes, hut they
|uld not deny the same, as they knew
ill well that lt was the truth. At this
fceetlni; more than half were goveru-
sllt employees anil some of them not
suing been at any meeting for more
, si ti a year previous. We can state
iinlifully that there Ib not one charge
ir.-ferred that cannot be substantiated,
Iml the charges, closely typewritten,
isk almost nine full pages, closely
Jviritten, of long foolscap.
The facts are, that the Liberals of
lllritlsb Columbia would be foolish to
stow a seat In the legislature upon
a man who, during hla short official
career In this territory haB turned his
back upon the loyal supporters of thc
I .ib. ral government who sent hlm here.
"1 ilu mil think that after 'Billy on
Hi. Spot,' now nicknamed 'Hilly In the
Pot,' round what Is piled up against
his administration at Ottawa, and t hat
by Liberals themselves, as well as
others, that lt was very difficult for our
Liberal friends ln Urillsh Columbia to
s'iist in his lot wllh them and forsake
ill.. Yukon. 1 wish you the luck you
.1. serve, 'Hilly on the Spot,' for your
Infidelity lo the. cause of the Liberal
Iiarty in the Yukon, and 1 wish you
luck In nritlah Columbia, with 'Hilly
now in the Pot.' We are through with
him. Mslnnes, II Is true, haB some
Mends among the Conservatives, but
very few among the Liberals.
���You mny observe In the local press
ol Uawson fulsome praise or Mclnnes*
administration in Yukon. The ract Is
Hint both papers are owned by tte
M.ine proprietors, a Tncotnn outfit, an
alien press, u purchasenble press,
which have no patriotism except for
I nli'le Sam nnd Teiltly Koosevelt. Tho
nisi la Unit both papers refuse lo publish any crltlclBtn of our late coninils-
siimer, Mclnnes, and the reason why
la that he snuffed out the Liberal pn-
liii we had here and forced the paper
in give up, antl this Tacoma outfit purchased the World, and he gave them
Hn patronage anil government printing. A nice slate of affairs, Isn't 11?
Now Ihe Liberals aro without a press
ii. Uawson,   thanks   to *UllIy   on the
j*>ot.'
"Yours, etc.,
������JOHN GRANT."
"RESOLUTION.
"Passed at a meeting of the Yukon
territorial Liberal Asosctntlon on the
filth day of July, 1906.
"Whereas, In Ihe opinion or this as-
���relation the commisaloner of the ^ u-
lon Territory has shown himself
���holly unworthy of representing His
lajesty lho King ln any portion of His
���ojasty'a Umpire���for the following
'reasons:
,   "FlrBt���Ilecause ho Is notoriously un
trustworthy and his word is not of the
slightest value.
"Second���Hecause all his energies and
abilltioR are devoted to his own advancement and to the gratirication or
his own personal vanity.
"Third���Ilecause he Ib publicly immoral, and has acted ln a manner that
has made hlB conduct a public disgrace, by rrequently exhibiting himseir
In public In a condition ol disgusting
drunkenness;   therefore, be It
"Resolved. That this association
submit thc loregolng accusations to the
Rl. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier and demand Investigation of the same, and
lhe dismissal of W. W. H. Mclnnea,
Ksq., from the office of coininlssiolusr.
I Signed) "C. H. WELLS,
���President or    the    Yukon Territorial
"Liberal Association.
(Signed) "JOHN GRANT,
"Acting    Secretary, Yukon   Territorial
"AaBoclatlon."
"Copy   or   resolution   passed   unanimously   at  the  meeting  ot  the Young
* Men's   Liberal   Club   on   Wednesday
evening,  January 2,  1907,  at  Dawson,
Y. T.:
"lt was moved by Mr. Jamea Grant,
and seconded by Mr. Duncan Mcl'hall,
"Whereas, W. W.  B. Mclnnes, EBq.,
haa  roBlgued  the  jsositlon  or commissioner ol this territory;  and
"Wherias, During the regime ol the
late commlaaioner that consideration
was not accorded tlie loyal supiiorters
of the government that they had a
right to expect; therefore, be it
"Resolved, That the members! or the
Young Men's Liberal Club ot uawson,
In meeting aaBembled, deaire to express a hope, that when the members
or the Dominion cabinet ahall have appointed a gentleman to Till the lm|>or-
tant poaitlon or commissioner or the
Yukon territory, that he may be auch
a one as will extend lair treatment to
those who have been steadrast in their
realty to the preaent government; and
be it rurther
"Reaolved, That copies ot this resolution be signed by the proper ofticers
and transmitted to the premier, Hon.
Sir Wilfrid Laurler, and to all the members of the Dominion cabinet.
"JOHN  GRANT.
"First Vice President.
"J. S. PERRON,
"Acting Secretary."
Germany Endorses Foreign Policy
SOCIALIST LOSS HEAVY
Clericals Neither Gai" Nor Lose-
New Strength Given to Forces
of Government
question of Lord Strathcona's retirement was not discussed by him with
the premier, as It ls generally conceded that, the day of his withdrawing from
public life will he retarded as long as
possible. It Ib understood that his
lordship will pay a return visit to Canada ln the spring.
MINING CIRCLES QUIET
Adverse    Conditions    Still     Prevail���
Prospects    Are    Good ��� Week's
Stock Quotations.
The reorganisation of the Ymir Mining company is the mo_t Important
event of the week In Kootenay mining
circles.
The difficulties created by fuel famines and snow blockades still continue
and shipments are below the average,
but prospects In the minis are very
bright for good returns aa soon as normal conditions are restored.
The stock market for the past week
has shown a revival ln all districts;
tradings were active and prices higher.
Eastern centres are again demanding
Western stocks to a greater extent
than since the boom lu the shares of
Cobalt started, with every indication
or the demand being continued.
Diamond Vale Coal was perhaps
more tn demand than any other stock,
buying orders coming In Irom all over
Canada, with higher prices asked each
day. Nicola Valley Coal & Coke was
another stock that created a demand,
a great many inquiries for particulars
of this organization being received.
Nicola Coal Mines advanced several
cents, with Indications or even higher
prices being asked within a short time.
International Coal declined several
points with but ,few Bales recorded.
Western Oil sold up a few rents and
a revival or Interest In IhcBe shares ls
Imminent.
II. C. Copper, nrter holding very
steady for an indefinite period, caused
great surprise by declining over $-1 per
share and remaining nt tlie low figure
for two days. This slump. II is believed, is due to the Issuance or several hundred thousand new shares by
the company. Thla stock Is recovering again, having snld rrom Vi lo ('.'���
over the low price In the laat two days.
Rambler-Cariboo remains very steady,
changes being only a tew points each
way. Dominion Copper
with prices very steady
changes.
Following nre the approximate quotations tor the week ending today:
Asked *"
American Hoy  	
Alberta Conl 	
H  C. Copper 	
llieck.-Lund Coal   	
Bliatrlon   	
California 	
Consol.   smelters   ..
Can. O. F. Syn	
Caribno-McKlnney  i.
Denora Mines  	
Diamond Vale  	
Dominion Copper  ..
Granby   	
Giant  (Ross.)  	
Inter.   Coal   	
Ln Plata Mines ...
Monte Crlsto 	
Nicola Coal & Coke
Nicola Coal MlneB
Norlh  Star  	
Pamhler-Carlboo 2"
Rocky Moitn. Devel "*
Sullivan   	
Tel-Kwa Mines   ...
llerlln, Jan. 26.���Emperor William
called nn Chancellor Vou Huclow early
today and congratulated him uiwn the
soundnesa of his judgment in diaaolv-
tng the reichstag and appealing to the
country on an lni|iortant question or
national policy. The emperor tnaln-
lalni-d throughout the election campaign a position ot constitutional reserve. He did not attempt to Intertere
with the result, as everyone knows he
waB Intensely Interested in the issue,
especially regarding the manner In
which the country would treat the colonial question and how the Socialists
would emerge rrom the conflict.
Later, his majesty took his morning
walk and then returned to the chancellor's palace to discuss the latest
returns. The emperor came out or the
palace smiling and seemingly in the
best or humor. Someone remarked
that the country htid given hlm a line
birthday preaent, "in checking the
growth of red republican socialism."
Von Huelow's personal position with
the emperor an d the country is regarded as having been greatly fortified.
The chancellor probably will be able
to*go before parliament with a degree
ol power which he had not previously
isossessed. Although the clerical centre has, according to the results so lar,
gained as many seats as it lost it will
return to the reichstag "tamed," as one
or the chancellor's Irieuds said, and
willing to co-operate with the government. What the Socialists have lost
has been largely gained by the national
liberals and radical liberals, thus giving the manufacturing and commercial
interests Increased representation.
Chancellor Von Buelow may select
Ihis period or his career to retire. Hia
health appears to be excellent, but he
worka with such ardor that it ls understood that Princess Von Huelow. his
wire, wishes him to give up his oirice
and not Invite another Issue.
National reeling was stirred up by
the knowledge that the lorelgn press
and peoples would welcome a Socialistic victory, because it would weaken
the government with the people and
embarrass the emperor in carrying ont
his national  plans.
TREATED AS PRISONERS.
Jurymen In Thaw Case Segregated Before Trial Begins.
New York, Jan. 26.���Three days ot
the trial of Harry K. Thaw have reaulted ln the aelectlon of seven jurors.
One hundred and one talesmen, half
of the panel drawn, have been examined. The talesmen are becoming more
wary, apparently, as the trial proceeds,
and the excuses put forward for not
serving are varied ami Ingenuous. The
chler reason ror the general desire not
to serve Is probably round In Ihe order
or Justice Fitzgerald, practically locking up the jurymen rrom the time they
are tlrnwn until the trial Ib over,
la an unusual proceeding and
of the talesmen nre active
men, It Involves possibly
losses, besides  the    hardship.
A   STATESMAN   GONE.
Hon. A. G. Blair Dies Suddenly at Home
in  Fredericton���His Career.
Frederlcton, Jan. 26���Hon. A. G.
Blair waB stricken lasl night at the
residence of his BlBts -i -in-law. Mra.
Thompaon, and died before medical aid
urrlved.
Andrew George Hlalr was born In
Kredeilcton March 7, 1844. He was
educated In his native city and called
to the bur of Iiis province in 1866. He
entered the News Brunswick legislature in 1878 and became premier of
thc province in 1883. In 1896 he entered the Dominion cabinet as minister
of railways and canals. In 1903 he resigned because he could not approve
the Grand  Trunk Pacific  project
He was first chairman of the railway
cummlssion, but resigned in less t hau
a year.
For a quarter of a century he has
been one of the most prominent flg-
uiVB lu t he public life of New Brunswick.
Prices of Metals.
York, Jan. 26���Silver, 68 l-2c;
copper, 24 l-8c;  lead, J6.
London, Jan. 26.���Silver, 31 ll-16d.
New
was   active.
and but  few
.03
.7R
.00
.61
.07
liC.no
.08
.05
.12
.35
8.00
130.00
.02
.65
.22
.03
100.00
.10
.20
Hid.
.02
1.r.o
11.7-.
.60
.06
135.00
.07
.041.
.10%
.30%
7.25
128.00
.01
.63
Western Oil Con.
40
.08
.12
1.1)0
.02
]08
.16
.27
.33
.07
.10
1.70
the
Hroad-
retire.    Ev-
the jurymen
tbe police cap
i.f
This
'as must
business
financial
^ .    About
the only physical exercise allowed the
jurymen selected  so  rar.    Is    a  little
walk twice dally    accompnled    by
court officers lo and Iron*, tin
way Central hotel and lhe OourthOUS
The  men   are    prnctlcally    prisoner
They dine together nnd spend the ev
nlngs together until they
ery letter that Is sent t
Is opened and read hy *
tain, .1. W. Lynch.
This Is not done with the mnil
the prisoner In the Tombs. No newspapers that have In them any reference
lo the trial or tragedy are permitted
to be read by them. Captain Lynch
cuts out these parts of lhe newspapers
thnt reler to the case and the Jurors
have to lie content with his censorship.
Their books and magazines nre RUhject.
ed to the same sort ot scrutiny. The
men are comfortably housed al the lus-
ti-1, Beven rooms wllh baths anil private
dinging mora hnvlng been engaged for
them. The plans or the deronce an.
still believed' to' be those which havs.
heen generally prophesied, emotional
insanity and an appeal to the so-called
"higher law."
Strathcona Will Not Resign.
Montreal, Jan. 26.���Lord Strathcona
lett last night for New York, whence
he Balls today for Liverpool. H1b lordship seemed In good health and Bplrlls
na ho said farewell to a group of
friends.    It ls uow known   that   the
Th' Stfathcona
Nelson, B.O.
B. Tomkins, Manager.
The Leading Hotel in the
Kootenays.
Qood   Sample    Rooms.
Queen's Hotel
Bskat Street. Nelaon. B. O.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
RATES t* FKK DAT
L_n�� tnd Comfortable Beslrooma and Flrat-
cla.i iiiuintt Room. sample Rooma tor Commercial   M-u
MRS. E. C.CLARKK. Froprtotreaa
Tremont Hotise
Karopeau and American Plan
Meaia �� eta.   Rooma from Ms eta. to 11
Only While Balp Implored.
MALONB  ft
Baker St.. Nelaon
TREGILLUS
Proprietors
Bartlett   Hotise
UKO. W. BARTLETT,
Proprietor.
Best Dollar-i-Day House in Nelson.
Tbe Bar la the Pineal.
White Help Only Kmplojcd.
LEPER AND_CENTU_ON
Two Miracles of Healing���Fate ef the
Jews   Foretold���Services for
Tomorrow.
Tomorrow will be the third Sunday
after the Epiphany. Next Saturday wHl
be the Feast of the Purification of the
messed Virgin Mary.
The gospel for the day contains the
stories ot the cleansing or the leper
and of the healing of the centurion's
servant, from tbe OoBpel of St. Matthew.
It Is ln the tales of the miracles ot
mercy that the evangelists have given
the greatest wealth of detail, and It is
iu them that the narrators are most
nearly agreed In their statements. However modern science may seek to explain away the miracles, certain lt is
that the writers or iBo Gospels believed absolutely In them, and have faithfully recorded what they Baw and
heard. '
The most remarkable feature of both
stories Is the faith in the power of
Christ displayed by the leper and the
centurion. The faith of the latter le
the more remarkable because he probably shared the contempt felt by all
Romans for the despised Jews.
The words of Christ: "Many shall
come from the east and west, and
shall sit down with Abraham and Isaac
and Jacob iu the Kingdom of Heaven,
but the children of the kingdom shall
be cast out Into the outer darkness,"
have found sad fulfilment in Uie history of tbe Jewish race during the nineteen centuries that have followed.
Church or England���SL Saviour's,
corner Ward and Silica streets: Third
Sunday alter the Epiphany, holy communion. S a. m.; morning prayer and
holy communion, 11 a. m.; Sunday
school, 2:30 p. m.; evensong, 7:30 p.
m.   Rev. F. H. Graham, rector.
Roman Catholic���Church of Mary Immaculate, corner of Ward and Mill
streets: Low mass. 8 a. m.; high mass,
10:30 a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Father Altholf, priest.
Presbyterian church���St. Paul's, cor
ner of Victoria ami Kootenay streets:
Morning service, 11 a. m.; Sundny
Bchool, 2:30 p. m ; evening service, 7:30
p. m.   Rev. J. T. Ferguson, minister.
Methodist church���Corner Silica and
Josephine streets: Morning service, 11
a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.l Sunday school, 2:30 p m. Rev. R N
Powell, pastor.
Baptist church���Stanley Btreet, near
Mill: Morning service, 11 a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m.: Sunday school,
2:30 p. m. Rev. E. H. Shanks, pastor,
Salvation Army���Barracks on Victoria street, west of Josephine: Special services for tomorrow. Knee drill,
9 a. m.; holiness meeting, 11 a. m.; a
praise meeting at 3 p. m.; salvation
meeting at 8 p. m.	
Joeephlne Bu
Lake View Hotel
(lornf-r Hal) and Vernoo,
two blocks from wharf.
GEORGE HARRISON, Proprietor.
Kates $1.00^>er day and up.
P. O. Box IM.
Telephone lit
NELSON, B. C.
Grand Central Hotel
J  A. ERICKSON, Proprietor.
Centrally Located. Open Pay and Night.
Sample and Bath Rooma Pre*.
Opposite Court Hotise and Post Office.
Corner Ward and Vernon Streets.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WIUJAM ROBERTS,
rsoraimsn.
Rates |1 and $1.60 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders
Athabasca
Saloon*
CORNER
BAIttAND
I00TBIAY
STRUTS.
Moat comfortable quartcra In Nelaon
only the boat ot Llquora and t Igara.
POOL
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Excursion Rates
Rossland Winter
Carnival
Fate and One-Third
For the Round Trip
From Revelstoke, Fernie and all Intermediate and brauch line points.
ON SALE FEBRUARY 11 TO 16.
LIMIT,  FEBRUARY  18.
Building Lots for Sale
H. <V M. BIRD, AGENTS FOR
THE ADDITION A TOWNSITE
CO'Y WILL BE PLEASED TO
QUOTE PRICES OF LOTS AND
TERMS ON APPLICATION.
OOOee
H.   <&  M.   BIRD.
<___��� T. G. PROCTER __*_>
Has every class of Real Estate and Buildings in Nelsou
for sale, from Business Blocks and Warehouses
to Market Gardens.
T. Q. PROCTER
THE OLDEST REAL  ESTATE DEALER IN NELSON.
Choice Fruit
Lands
I Have <0,000 Aem
ofthe
Choicest Frott Landa in
British Colombia.
Can sell any quantity from 5 acres to 2,000 in one bloc*.
Buy now and get the ground floor prices.
J. E. ANNABLE,    -    Nelson, B. C.
Heavy Hams
Most economical for Camp and Hotel use.
Large shipment just received from W.
Davies Co., Toronto. . . Also Davies'
MEDIUM HAMS, BACON, AND LARD
P. Burns &
Orderi by mall lo any branch will tM**      ���- - * f*Mk*-*.   Nafaaaaa   R   t*
oor prompt and caralnl atunllon. _P^_rV��OCe5   HCMMl, Oa \*.
,*_^____.- Fine FJdcrdown Quilts
From $6.00 to $35.00.
Sm Our Variety of aOO Plcturaa.Prannd Iai tha
Uataat Stylaa.
Standard Ftffnitofe Company
AOBNTSl ^^^^^^^
Uaaon & Rlaeh Planoa.
Oatermoor Mattreaaea.
Manhall Sanitary Mattmaal.
Complete Hoax Furnishers
UuderUkers,    Emktlnxrs
SNOWSHOES
Ladlaa' and Chlldra'n Club Snow Shot*  .fl.TS par pair
A NEW BOOK by a wall known Canadian Journalist, "Th* Camarona
of Braes," by R. L. Richardson 1125; postags 10*
Our Mall Order Department la at your servioe.
Canada Drug ___ Book Co.
For detailed Information apply to local
agents.
E. J. OOYLB, J. 8. CARTER,
A.U.P.A., Vancouver. D.P.A.. Nelaon
P*���$l-50
NOTICE.
UPWARDS
A collection of all the Latest
Shapes and Sizes.   A free
smoking and most satisfactory pipe.
W. cA. THURMAN,
Tobacconist.  Baker Street
25 Feet Frontage
on Baker Street
5 Roomed Building
Price $2-000.00
H. E. Ooadsdaile & ��__.
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
NOTICK l*. hereby given tbat an application
will be made tu tbe Legislative Asurinhly of the
Province of Brltlah Columbia at itn next teuton
fur an act authorizing tbe Patrick Lumber Company, Limlte**-, topiace.coiiitruet.-n(l maintain.
a dam or dams, boom- piers, il ides, and other
work* ln and a-nroia the Kootenay river at or
near Thrums Station (nbotti opposite Sub-lot IV.
'of Lot 4598, Group 1, Koolenay dlitrlet); and in
nud across the Little Sloean river; ana in and
aeroH the Slocan river at a point or points below the mouth of the I it tie Slocan river; for the
purpoae of driving, rafting, aortint holding, and
manufacturing .aw-logs and timber; to occupy
the eurface of the aald rivers where necessary for
the purposes aforesaid; to clear. Improve, and
remove obstructions from the said rivers for log-
driving, rafting, and booming purposes; to levy
and collect tolls and dues on lose timber and
lumber of persona using or profiting by inch
works, clearing or improvement**; to enter upon
and expropriate lands; and do all other things
necesKHry, Incidental or conducive to the exercise of auy of the above powers.
Dated the, 10th day of December, 190(1.
It. VV. HANN1NUTON,
Solicitor for the Applicant.
Certificate of Improvement**-,
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NOTICB X
Certificate of Improvemenu
"Impress,
"V
NOTICE
Climax." "Honeiboe," "Qui
���      'ion H
Joy Vim-
 alClat-U.
situated In the Blocan City Sf inlng Division of
strathroy," "Joy,''
 -bier" HU
 tyfi
the West Kootenay District.
���May,"
tional
v .,    -oiraioruT,
nd "John D Habl
Jnion Jack," iltuated ln Nelion
Division
ueen,"
"inlng
Located on Porcupine ereek,
- ���     " tice thatl. FT"" *
the Ac'lv.' i;old  Mining
Take Notice that 1, Frank Fletcher, agent for
���ie Active Gold Mining Company, Free Mlner'a
Certificate No B822fi_ Intend, 60 daya from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements for tbe purpose of
(ibialniuv a Crown (Irant of the above elalma.
And further take notice that action, under
Section tn, muat be commenced before Ihe Issu-
ence of auch Certificate of Improvements.
Dated Nelson, 18th Dec, 19M
Fiut-n Flitch ie.
Where located --North of Twelve Mile Creek
about one and a half milea ap.
Take notlc j that I, H. K. Jorand of 8local. ft-Af.
Free Miner's certificate No. B7MU0, aa ag'.nt for
Horace Q. Van Tuyl, Free Miner s certificate No.
B4621, intend, uixty days from tho dato hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of Improvements, for the purooee of oOta.nlDg a
Crou -i t-iratit nf the said mineral claims.
And further take notloe that action under
Section 17, moat be commenced before lhe iaau-
ance of auch Certificates of ImproTementa.
Dated thla Ird Day ol January, IMV.
U. R, JORAND.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICB
"Hatton" mineral claim, iltuated ln the Nelaon
Mining Division ot Weil Kootonay diitrloi.
Where located:���On Toad moon tail.
  dat I, John McLatchle- fc.��>i
.gent for OuorgoA. Camf>bel{L Free Mlner'i
Take Notloe that I, John McLatchle- aollaw u
agent for Georni A. Campbell, Froa Mlner'i Car*
tffloale No. bTOTjJ
inten'd, sixty daya from the
���-*-**������- ��----- tfooordor tor
obtaining a Crown'Qrantof the above eUlmT
dato hereof, toappiy to tho Mining 1 ..
sa <J e rt 1 n c a, I e o t ^>>>firo--r�� mc n t��, for tllaa f>
And further Uke notleo that action, tuder
notion 17, mail w commenced before __�� In _���
ence of auch Certificate of Improvemenu.
botod.thU lltb day "f November, UM.
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