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Array tt/hat_Will You
Have With It?
Hi bottled at the Springs.
,-PaUtj Canafrf
Will  be delivered    every evening    at
your door for
Volume 2.    No. 161
Fn��TT Cents a month
liiield Miners Object
lo Troops.
loifitm Position on Question oi
I Payment and Resolve to Concede
.   1    s. v ,   ix-c.   11.���The   mine
..kiii.hi haa given ihe min.
L.��;,., bavi slgaWad their wUUngnwaa
..   .,mn&M  that   every
>,n will be made to protect their per
mi and theli home,    (U ��� meeting ot
... committee of tha miner-.'
!.;    ..solutions  omul emit*
L die    authorltioe    for    sending the
I ���    Una against their remain*
and    demanding  their    with*
I vara paaaad.
I 11 to slal.il  l.y III.- previous
in r.-gnrd to the refusal to
in ll,.u of oin for wages
ind It was decided i" mat i
to the mine owners other
[ ��� vlously made.
I n   IK-e.  11��� Assistant Ban-
1 of the d.-iiartnient of com-
( II.  P,   Nell,  eoliinllssioner   of
il��.- an.! Herb, it Knox Smith, com
L ���     ri.r|.onitlons.   will   leav
. ll ;: oeloek this afternoon
Nevada, to make a thor
��� ion of the trouble be-
_, s and mine operators at
I . . rotary Murray and dun
\ Smith   made   this  announce*
j nl        -   ,  . ..nfereuce with  President
��� ��� .lay.
|uit an Noblewoman   of   Irish   Descent
Hai Mad Career Ending in Italian
Criminal Court.
count-*, found one ready to her hand
111 lhe J.-uioua Naumoff.
Towards the end of August Count
Kaiimrowski went to Venice. The countess summoned Naumoff, showed him
Bhanielul letters purporting to come
from ihe count, and played on his
Jealousy until lie .Wore to kill his rival.
He weni 10 Venice early in Beptember
and lired five bullets from a revolver
Into the count as the latter lay ln bed in
his   \ ilia. ,-'
Frllukoff. with two prlv-..'..'."'     *ctlves.
had followed Naiiinoff. Im,'-" *%_    o de-
^'-   .the
elare   that   he   bad    n   ..
countess to guard bar threat**-. % ,
Hut 1'nliikoff's praaanoa In v,ni\. ���*/
time of the minder was found sus-.     ^.
and   he   was   arTeste.l   on   his   le-
Vienna.     He  lionise,!  tli,.  countess'*     *.
she was also arrest, .1. '\
Ke.-enily the prisoners were esctrl
dl'ed from Vienna lo Venice, where-
their trial is now proceeding. The
oountQa, haa not losi a particle of her
self-possession and good spirits, and
when nol in court passes her time in
smoking cigarettes and reading novels.
At Laurier's Repudiation
of All-Red
Ottawa Society Blackmailer Given Nine
Months  Term.
Ottawa. Dec. 11��� John A. l.abatl.
local manager for John A. I.abatt. brewer, of 1-ondon. has been sentenced to
nine months for writing letters to Hon.
Mr hSritnier. on, ex-minister of railways,
ti.i.aienliig that unless the latter paid
hill. $l.-,.inili he would publish cvid. BOB
tn his possession which would ruin 1-Sm-
mersou's public career. The prisoner
pleaded gulliy. and admitted he had no
evidence agalnsl Eminerson. Evidence
seenied to show lhat the prisoner had
induced his mother to invest money In
American stocks which slumped. The
young man tried to borrow from his
Uncle to keep up margins, and not succeeding, resorted lo this means of writing tbe letters he bad.
Excitement Allayed���Search tor Bodies
Continued���Relief  Measure..
I Borne, Dec   11.���Great public interest
* ii th��� trial now In progress
J' f     Countess   Maria   Nli-n
|  wska. who. with two of her
V .barged   with   the  murder ol
r l-.ihr.iibed.   The case larks none of
I itlonal  and  romantic elements
(mall, found in the modern novel.
mess is of Irish descent, and
*ai born In Kleff iu 11.3, I daughter of
f'"m O'Rurlk, whose family emigrated
from lielund.    As a schoolgirl
t -ii     she     eloped   with   Count
esniowaka, but quarrels soon followed
Ing wilh her husband, she- car-
H'-d on an  Intrigue    with    one of hla
lenda, and, desiring   to   torture lha
nal  Itlaaed her lover ln his m-aaenoa
I*'.') before ��� oompany of guests.   The
omul shot his betrayer dead on tba sp.t
1I[   acandal In KielT was Immense, but
i punlebtnont fell upon the count.
Wvorce i -codings followed, and the
eaa lawyer. I'riinkoit. a married
Imiui. and one of the moat eminent man
I11' but |.i,,resslon in tbe eiiy, became
I'H.'ii'iv infatuated with his client On
J1'1 divorce in IWl ha abando i hla
|��il.   and   Ills  career   and   lied   wilh   llle
I Together  they  visited Lon-
|*'ii. Pari, and oilier cltlca.
"" Ihelr  travels     tin,     ....unless  niel
I' ll   Kaniaiiiwskl.   it  former   admirer,
l*!'" lia.l  been  serving In the Japanese
I"1"     He   proposed  marring.'  and   waa
Meanwhile a young mini named N'uu
I t-anir. ii HuKslan nristocrul and son Of it
J I'lotuin, nl  uusslnn offlclal, bud ni.-t tha
'"""less and eoine under her spell. She
a">v�� him eiicoi>niK..|iieut. nnd he follow-
I "I ber from  place to place.    Prlluknlf,
niiide jealous both of the count nnd of
I NaOmoft,   was   wilh   dllllculty   ke|il   in
control by   the  countess's     wilaa,     All
'our met |n Vienna In August lasi.   The
I ' "b .is    and    I'rllukofT had adjoining
"""ii*. ai a I.>a.Hn.; in.i..I. Count Kuin
 "akl    occupied    looms on  another
""���r, ami NuiiniolT, In despair nt being
Unable to see Hn* coiinless, stayed nl
���bother hold not fur dlstunt.
A Dlot Tor the murder of Count Kiim
Mowakl wus now evolved. He was
"n-iuieed by Terrorists mul had Insured
Siis llr.. ror 100,000 In favor of I ho conn-
���"ha coiinless decided lo throw In
Mr lot with I'rllnkoff, und the In*
'"'���noe or the oounl ipggeated ibe poa
ajnillty of securing money for thalr tb
s** napplneaa. The murder of Oounl
*Uuu*owakl was therefore decided ou.
""' be laid before the grand Jury.   Ita
Monongahela. Dec. 11���The excitement of the first few days following tin-
terrible disaster at the Fairmont coal
mines has about subsided, and the situation has settled down Into a steady
���yatem of search for the bodies of the
victims. Up to noon today ITU bodies
had bean brought to the surface and.
with large additions to the rescuing
parties, lt Is hoped to have the mines
cleared very soon. Hair a dozen relief
stations are now In operation and supplies of all kinds are coming In rapidly
and   being  as  quickly   disbursed.    The
��� a-li contributions lo date total |40, ).
The relief   oommlttee   estimates thai
there are three hundred widows and one
tlioiisand orphans as a result of the disaster and destitution among them will
be very great.
American   Smelting   and   Refining   Company Resume General Business.
Untie. Dae. IL���A despatch to the
Miner from Helena, Mont., sayB that the
American .Smelting and Heflnlng oom-
pan} announces that il will res.line the
buying of all cuatoma ores. This will
mean tha resumption of many mines in
Montana which have I n closed as Hie
r, suit of tb,- reoenl action *.r the amelb
en In r, losing Io aeeepl any ore aXOOPI
that  fi ..in Contract shippers.
it Understand Its Advocacy by
.athcona and Siiton Without
Government Approval.
bus and upon the death of Archbishop
Elder he succeeded the latter as head
of the archdiocese of Cincinnati.
Mexican Minister en Tour.
Chicago. Dec. 11.���Jose M. Llmatour,
member of the chamber of deputies, and
his three men who are making a tour of
the I'nlted States, left here for Buffalo
last night. From there they expect to
go to Montreal, thence to Boston and
A'ew York. S.-nor Liinatour is a brother
of the minister of finance of Mexico.
Offer Many Amendments
to Address.
Success in Every Way.
Trenton, N". J.. Dec. 11.���The first official electrocution in New Jersey oe-
cuned in lhe state prison here this
morning when Siervo Dlovauni. an
Italian, paid the death penalty for the
murder of JOBepii Sanson, a fellor
countryman, at Itaritan last September.
The electrocution was pronounced a
success in every way.
Montreal, Dec. 11.���A London special
cable says Laurier's reported disas-
sociation of the Canadian governmenl
from the All-H'-d route in spile of tbe
negotiations of Strathcona and Sifton,
occasions much surprise. The presence
here of Mr. S.fton with Mr. White,
Canadian geographer, in connection
wilh the All-Red project is calculated to
give a different impression. An attack
made upon the project by Sir Thomas
Sutherland, free nailer, chairman of llle
Peninsular and Oriental Steamship company, following the attack of Sir Thos.
Shaughm-ssy, is being used agalnsl Brit-
isb ministers by the Unionist pn-SB. but
Imperialistic Radicals seem undisturbed. They Bay thnt the working class,
supporters of the ministry, are not altogether displeased to find the scheme opposed by capliallelic organizations. One
of the radical arguments against the
project hitherto has been that il must
prove in effect a side wind subsidy to
the Canadian Pacific which ls prosperous enough without  fresh stale aid.
New England Supper.
New York, Dec. 11.���The National Society of New England Women has arranged to give at Delmonico'a tonight
one of the most unique banquets ever
given at that famous resort of fashionable society. It will be an old-fashioned New England supper wilh the dainties which famous cooks used to com-
poiiiul in colonial da>'B for their "glide"
men. The recipes for the good things
have been hoarded among ihe legacies
from grandmothers in many strongly
bound treasure chests. The supper wili
b.. followed l.y dancing and lhe feature
will be a mluuel iu costume by four
Bad Family.
New York, Dec. 11.���John G. Jenkins,
sr., former president of the First National Bank of Brooklyn, and nis three
sons were Indicted by the King! county
grand jury today on a charge of conspiracy and peijury. This is the first
indictment against the elder Jenkins but
his sons have already been Indicted on
other charges.
Drawn   Battle.
San   Francisco,   lie,-,   11.���The  thirty
round     battle    between    Murphy    and
lohnny    l-'ravne.      lhe      llKliIvvoii-lll.   ul
c. ima lust night reaulted in a draw.
Chinese Rebels Defeated.
(���anion. China, ix-c. IL- The three
itrongholdi between l-'ungcbow and
bangaon in the prorlnoa of Yungchow
have been recaptured by the Imt
Hoops alter sanguinary
lusting two davs. There
losses ou bulb sides.
were   heavy
Wrestling Match.
Cleveland. Dec 11- Fled Beala of
Wisconsin, middle weigh! champion
wrestler, gained his title after a bind
go laBt night with Clarence Ho.ildln. the
wonder-of this city.    The llrsl full was
awarded i" Beele by default   In the
leoond round Bouldia mum '"
and allowed II.
ale lo secure ii full.
Important Newa.
pittBburg.Dec.il.-Harry O.Pullman,
National Baaeball League, preetdent,
yesterday telegraphed  Honus Wagner,
at hla  home  111   Carnegie,  n  suburb,  re-
nutating bi"' '-'"I ���'����� ei-otter a11'"'' "'
conn* lo N.-w- York as soon as pottalble
t��� attend the National League meeting
The two loH tonight The shortstop
said ho bad no knowledgo or why he
was Bent for. There l�� J '''"'""' ��,l"��'
um, nouns is to he made manager of
il'e iioiildln Niillonnl League team In
American  in Japanese Service���Shipoff
Will Visit Canada.
Toklo, Doc. It���M. Shipoff, former
minister of finance of Russia, was received in audience hy the emperor today. The emperor expressed a desire
for the most friendly relations between
Japan und Russia. Later M. Shipoff
left for China.
In an Interview with the Associated
Press. M. Shipoff said that there was
absolutely no fundatlon tor the report
thai he is to he the Russian ambassador
at Tokio.
Toklo Dee IL���It is stated that In
ail probability D. w. Steyena will go to
Waahington as an advisor or the Japanese  ambassador.     Mr. Stevens came  to
lapan thirty yeara ago aa junior attache
of lhe American legation. He afterwards entered the service of the . ap-
aneces. He was recentty foreign advisor
to Ito Iii the Korean undertakings. Mr.
Stevens  is well  known al   Wasinngton.
Western  Federation Men May Work at
Cripple Creek.
Denver. Dee. 11���Tho executive
board of the Weatern Federal,on of
Miners yeslerdav offlclally called off the
Bttike in Hu- cripple Green dlatriot of
Colorado, giving as the reason  lhe fait
the rump is  in need  <>f akllled mine
winkers; ami now. by culling nit Ibe
strike, many union min employed "in
less favorable placs" can go lo Cripple
creek and acoepl work Without violating their union pledges.
The Cripple Creek sliike was declared
August 12. 1908, In sympathy with tho
striking iiiillin.il Of Colorado City. The
stirring events that followed. Including
the declaration of martial law and deportation of union minora made Colorado tho eentra Ot Interest for ninny
The board iiIbo received u message
from unions In British Columbia suit int.*
tinH the mine oparatora are attempting
to reduce wagaa and asking advice ln
the matter, The reply was sent back to
the union men lo "si.ind psl " Acting
Secretary Klrwnn had the following to
say; . ,   ,
-ir the reduction n�� threatened is
made in British Columbia mora thanala
ihouaand skilled miners will lay down
Ihelr tools and the mining Industry of
the Canadian west win be crippled."
Want Tariff Removed.
Wichita, Kas., Dec. 11.���The Implement and Hardware Dealers' association
of Southwest Kansas and Oklahoma Is
in annual session here with a good attendance. Much dissatisfaction is expressed by the dealers over the high
prices asked by the manuracturers and
wholesalers and it is probable the meeting will frame a petition to congress
asking that all materials used In the
manufacture of wagons, farm machinery
etc., be placed on the free list.
International Yacht Trophy.
New York, Dec. 11.���Yachting circles
are keenly interested in the probable
action to be taken by the Brooklyn
Yacht Club at its annual meeting at the
Marlborough tonight. In addition to
the election of officers other matters of
importance will be taken up, one of
which will be tbe report, of the committee appointed to consider the advisability of offering a cup. to be known as
the "Internationa] Clip," and an Invitation sent to all foreign yacht clubs to
compote therefor on the lines suggested
by Sir Thomas Upton in his challenge
for the America's cup through the Royal
Ulster Yacht Club.
Civil    Service   Appointments���Requests for Investigations���Canada from Oc,ean t�� Ocean.
Mayors Elected  in  Cities and Towns���
Ratepayers of Winnipeg  Defeat
Four  Money  Bylaws.
Winnipeg, i-*k*'- l L���-Revised returns
of niunu-ipiU e]eotlons yesterdfty show
Khe following vou. for tbe board "f control: Brans, ::.iir>r��; llaker, 3,^82; Harvey, 8,814; La-timer, 2,906; Oaraon, 2,-
589;  Cook-urn, 2,ioC;   Burrldjs,  1,861.
Mayor AshdOWD wuh elected by acclamation an was F. W. Adams In ward 1.
The now alderman are: P. W. BViwler,
Jl.  T.   Riley,  W.   U.   Douglas,  Aid.   Mc
Auti.ur re-elected, F. Cox re-elected and
Obas.   Midwinter.       Four     by-laws,  for
public ab-battolra, overhead bridge, ro-
oreatton  grounds nnd  conduit  system,
were all defeated. Tbo scbool trustees
elected are Dr. McMunn, w. n. stone,
grocer; J, T. Halg, John McKechnle.
Ottawa, Doc. 11.���The senate committees were organized this morning
and the following chairmen elected:
Uanking, Sir George Drummond; orders,
Senator Casgram; divorce, Senator
i-virchoiTer; international economy. Senator Robert Watson.
The Conservative senators aud members beld a caucus this morning under
the piesldency of A. E. Kemp, Toronto.
They discussed the sessional program,
it is understood that they will offer several more amendments to the address
embodying planks of the H all tax platform,
K. H. S. Flood, St. John, will be appointed Canad's trade commissioner lor
the Bermuda, British West Indies and
British Guiana with headquarters at
D. J. O'Donoghuc, assistant trades
and labor commissioner and K. T. Dun-
stun, local manager of the Bell Telephone company, Toronto, are appointed
a board of investigation into the dismissal of four employees of the Toronto
Street Railway for refusing to work on
open cars.
Five hundred car men employed on
the Grand Trunk will probably ask for
a board of investigation to inquire Into
their grievances.
Ottawa, Dec. 11.���Samuel Barker,
Conservative member for Hamilton, will
offer an amendment to the address this
afternoou in connection with the Quebec bridge collapse.
Toronto, Dec. 11.���Joe Gans, colored
lightweight champion of the world, is
at the Star theatre this week doing
boxing turns with a sparring partner.
He applied at the King Kdward hotel
for a room, but was told that the house
was full. Gans thinks this is a reflection on his color. He says that he is
out of the fighting game ior good unless a match can be arranged with Battling  Nelson.
Ottawa, Dec. 11.���Representatives or
the United Gas company and the Provincial Gas company were bet ore the
minister of Inland revenue yesterday
regarding the letter's export of natural
gas to the City of Mexico. The United
company, which is engaged In distributing gas to local customers, wants
expoit prohibited, Mr. Templeman urged
the companies to reach some agreement.
Collins Bay, Ont., Dec. 11.���Ten cars
of wheat, pork, lumber and package
freight were derailed here early this
morning by a broken truck on au east-
bound freight. Express trains east and
west between Montreal and Toronto
were unable to  pass until ten o'clock.
sing with a party of four hunters on a
hill when two other hunters appeared
on another hill 150 yards away and fired
four shots In succession, point blank at
the party, one bullet passing through
Tilson's leg. The miscreants then turn-
and fled. Constable Allen, of Birtle, was
in the mountain at the time and fs now
endeavoring to trace and identify the
Edmonton, Dec. 11.���Liberals for the
federal constituency nominated Hon.
Frank Oliver as their candidate at a
large convention held last night.
Winnipeg, Dec. 11.���Steamboat ship
meats of wheat out of Fort William and
Port Arthur for the present crop year
show a decrease of five million bushels.
Toronto, Dec. 11.���On the request of
members of the Ratoche Column, the
board of control has decided to recom
mend that $4,000 be placed In the estimates n* *' yar for the purpose of
completing the tablet to be erected in
memory of the volunteers who fought in
the Northwest Rebellion. The 'ablet Is
to cost $7,000.
Parry Sound. Dec. 11,���F. Perrf, A.
Pi'rri, Cistro and Maranzo, all Italians,
were killed by the explosion of a large
piece of rock on the Canadian Northern
railway near here. There must have
been dvnamite in the rock, but, how il
got there is a mystery.
North Hav. Dec. 11.���The sensational
abduction of little Arthur Rotter ended
in the police court last evening when it
transpired that the abductor was the
boy's uncle, William A. Rotter, of Chicago, who alleged that the boy'a father was In a dying condition at his
Chicago home and commissioned him
to bring the boy to his bedside. After
consultation between the parties concerned and Mrs. Rotter's attorney, prosecution was withdrawn on condition
that Rotter leave town Immediately.
Vancouver. Dec. 11.���Mrs. Mary Mc
Donald was burned to death last night
in a flre which destroyed her home.
Must Pay Earthquake Loss.
Kingston, .Tamacia, Dec. 11.���A second
test case for the payment of losses sustained at the time of the Kingston earthquake fire last January resulted today
in a decision In favor of the plaintiff.
the municipality. The defendant in the
action was the Sun Insurance company,
of London.
Montreal, Dec. 11.���The C. P. R. has
found it necessary to run three special
trains to accommodate numerous passengers leaving for th. old country* this
week by the Bmpres:  of Ireland.
Montreal, Dec. 11���-The half yearly
statement of the Merchants' Bank of
Canada, issued today, shows profits of
Toronto, Dec. 11.���Application was
made to wind up the firm ot Kurtz &
McLean, gas engine manufacturers, of
Stratford, the applicant being former
President J, L. Young, who is a creditor.
The company assigned on Monday.
There Is a mortgage of $10,000 on the
property. The authorized capital Is
$40,000 in four hundred shores, of which
214 are paid up.
Unemployed in Toronto
and Vancouver.
Thousands Facing Winter Without
Any M-ans or Occupation���Re-
sclt of Depression.
Toronto, Dec. 11.���-The Iiusiness depression In Toronto and the surrounding country Is such that the city has
had to provide work for a large number
or old resident-., and all work that can
IM-ssibly be provided will only barely
suffice to keep the woir rrom the door
for the next Tew months. There Is no
possible chance or work for new comers, lt is said that al least a thousand union men or all trades are out of
Archbishop  Mueller's  Birthday.
Cincinnati, O.. SOce.  11.���Rt, Rev.
Moi'iii-r. Roman Catholic arohblahop or
flnlcnnntl, raoalva* oongratiilatloiui lo-
diiy on his nfly i-lnlith birthday. Archbishop  Mueller Is il niillv.' nT lllis  city
mul raoalvad hlH early education beta
iu iNxtt in* waa appolnta* secretary to
tba lute Arohblahop Elder and inter h<-
wan iiiaiii. ohancellor nr the dlooeafc. in
laoo he waa appointed bishop of Oolum*
Winnipeg. Dec. 11.���Th.* following
mayors ware elected by acclamation In
Manitoba cltlei ami  towns yaaterday:
I'nrttr--'. lu 1'ialrle, IC. Brown; Olailsli-ne.
e. f. Qabrlel; Deloralne, J, n. Mather;
Selkirk, J. w. Simpson; Rapid tsiiy, H.
Lookhart; Hamlota, Mayor Chambers:
llartuiy, W, II. B, I llll.
Keglna, Dec. U.���The child of Uobt.
Kowe. lost ut the muffs north of here
a week ago. has not been l'ounil anil ti
suspicion or rmii play is entertained. A
hull wilted boy who wus with the child
suys he turned her out and locked the
door, and It In suspected lhal he may
huve killed the child and made away
with tha body in one Of the old crofli-r
settlement w-lls. The little girl was
two and a hair years or age.
Rdmnnlon. Hoc. 11���1. Pelofck, a Russian, was killed by a runaway at Was
lok He was driving Inline rroin u political meeting win. other,. Tin- horaea
ran away and the tonaiie nf the wagon
entered his mouth and paaaed out at
the buck of his neck. The others were
not Injured.
Pr.ee,  ��f Nl.ta.s.
New York, llc'c. 11���Silver, GOVic.:
copper.   1SHCI   lend.  $4.75.
London. Hoc. 11.���Silver, 28V��d.i lend.
JSH. 7h., lid.
Opening  Copper  Quotation,.
New York, Dec. 11.
(Tlv McDermlil *  Mi-Hardy.)
AhVi-iI Bid
rsranl.y $85.00        ITr..l)0
Dominion   Copper     2.00 1.7r.
B.   C.   Copper     4.25 4.00
Suskatoon, Dec. 11.���The supreme
court opened yaaterday before Judge
Prendergaat A charge of murder
against Sharp, who shot a Oallclan
neighbor lust June beoau,, he believed
him too Intimate with his wife, Is the
principal  ctiBo.
Wlnnpeg, Doc. 11.���Major W. J.
Wright, who has been n member >.r the
Ontario t.nr for lha laai twenty three
years, was sworn iu ns a member of the
Manitoba liar before the court oi ap*
penis yi-steiilny.    Malor Wright was un
Officer ol the '.Kith regiment ninny years
Hamilton, Dec. 11.���F. M. Farquhar-
son, a well known retired citizen, dropped dead on the Blreet this morning.
He was about 70 years old and had
been In poor health for gome time.
Hamilton, Dec. 11.���Frank Butler.
London, stock broker, arrested some
Ume ago on a charge ot obtaining
money under raise pretenses, was discharged this morning. Although the
firm claimed they had lost $4,000 as a
result ol Butler', not being able to deliver stock which he had ordered them
to Bell, the complainants relused to
Ottawa. Dec. 11.���A bad wreck occurred at Arnprior thiB morning, a local
train from Ottawa crashed Into a freight
engine head-on both going at a rapid
pace. The tender ol the passenger engine telescoped the combination and
mall car. Engineers and Bremen ol
l.tilh engines lumped. No one was serl-
ouBly Injured, although pas.seng.-is were
badly shaken mi.  Two engines and cars
are badly smashed.
Peterboro. Dec. 11.���Robert Graham,
a Well known lumberman ol Mliuh-n,
ciiiniuiUeil suli'lile by shooting hl.nselt
thjough the head, lie hnd been drinking heavily and was In a despondent
astute lor some time, lie was 47 years
old and unmarried.
Montreal, Dec. 11.���A LoadOn Special
ruble says Hon. W. S. Fielding Is now
considering nil appeal from the West.
Indies committee here for Canada', assistance In Improving cable eommuntca-
ilons wilh Kng'.iind and remodelling Ihe
Canada-Weal India steamship service, bo
that the times or sienini-r Ballings would
fit  in  with   those    of    the   royal   mall
steamer from Southampton, commia-
sinners trom Canadian boards of trade
who vlBlteil the Wesl Indies Inst Bpiing.
have made similar reoommdndationd. it
Is hoped lhe onli-onie ot the movement
will lie a new trade convention between
Canada ami the Weal Indies which ihe
United suites preferential policy towards Cuba, Porto iti<-< nnd oiher colonies, makes peculiarly opportune.
Grandvlew. Dec. 11.���James Tllaon. of
tin. Bird Tnll Valley ranch, was shot In
the Hiding mountains near his home.
evidontly with Intent.    He was eonver-
Vancouver. Dec. 11.���The unemployed
have become such a civic problem that
the council Is dealing with the matter
and is goln to supply work at twenty
cents an hour, establish a municipal
labor bureau, lit up the old city hall with
temporary bunks and donate free meal
tickets until work is started.Hundreda
of men have come to the city during:
the last week or two. driven west by
hard times on the prairies, antl the setting In of winter in mining camps where,
work has been stopped owing to lowness,
or the prices or metals.
epoh! b. c. fruit
R. M. Palmer', Letter to Hon H. G. Tat-
low on Triumph, at Scottish
Horticultural Show.
Victoria, Dec. 11.���Full particulars of
the exhibit of British Columbia fruit
which captured the gold medal of the
Scottish Horticultural society at the
show In Edinburgh recently have been
received by Hon K. G. Tatlow trom R.
M. Palmer, the provincial commissioner ot horticulture.
The  letter  reads  as follows:
Edinburgh. Nov. 18. 1907.
Dear   Sir,���1   have   the  honor  to   report   a   very  successrul   exhibition    of
British  Columbia apples and  pears, at
the    Scottish     Horticultural.    Society's
Fruit  and   Crysanthemum     Exhibition.
Edinburgh, Nov. 14th to 16th.    The exhibit   waa awarded the gold   medal  of
ihe  Scottish horticultural society. Thla
Is the highest honor In the gift of the
society, and Ib awarded for merit only.
The exhibit occupied a n.vorable position   in   the   exhibition   hall,   twenty
teet In length by six reet in depth, and
the rruit was displayed partly in baskets, and   partly   ln   original   boxes.    It
was  In   excellent   condition,     and  was
much   admired   and   commented   upon.
The following varieties    were    shown:
Johnathan,   Golden     Russet,     Spltson-
berg. Grimes Golden. Wealthy. Rlbaton
l'ippen. Nonesuch Pippin, King of Tompkins.   Rome  Beauty,   Salome,   Northern
Spv apples and lleurre d' Anjou pears.
The officials ot the society wore most
kind and courageous, and welcomed the
exhibit   heartily.    The  trull   wus  care-
fully  viewed and examined hy  a great
many   pertoua,   who  nre Interested  or
engaged    in    horticultural    work.���the
lame   or   last   year's exhibit   evidently
having gone abroad.    Inquiries  regarding tho rrult  growing lndustrv ot the
province  were  numerous.      The    fruit
dealers  of   Edinburgh,   both   wholesale
and retail also evinced keen Interest In
the exhibit rrom the commercial standpoint,  and   It   Is   safe   lo   assume   that
large shipments ot similar fruit  would
find readv sale at high prices.   The exhibit was" purchased by two of the leading fruit merchants ot the city, who will
inako  special   displays ol   the   trult ln
their stores on Princess Btreet.
Arrangements are In progress to give
a loci ure on British Columbia In Edinburgh. In January, under the ausplc.-H
or the Scottish Horticultural society. 1
have no doubt that many good settlers
will come lo the provlnoe aa a direct result of the exhibition and distribution
of Information concerning Its resources
and opportunities. The puat season unfortunately, has been a very unfavorable
���me for Scottish agriculturalists, so that
many people are considering the mutter
of emigrating, and It Ib a particularly
good time in push lhe advantage, offered by Urlllsh Columbia.
[Sgd.l K.  M. PALMER.
Gone to California,
fleo.   DouglasH,    wife    and   child,   nl
l*:ilivii-vv,   left   ror  Mnnlerey,  Cul., last
night.   They win spend leveral months
In lhe south with Ihu hope ol Improving
the child's health.
Ea.leat Way.
San Francisco, Dec. 11.���T. Ottway
Sndller. manager of the wesl end branch
of tbe California Call* Deposit and Trust
compnnv. committed sulci,!,* some time
lust night by blowing oft the top of hla
bead with a shot gun. T��<? Uaily Canadian
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Clothing,    Gents*   Furnishings
and Boots and Shoes
Is beginning to arrive.
In about another week we will be able to offer full lines
in these goods, and can promise you the best value ever offered in the city.
Iu the meantime it will pay you to await their   arrival
before making your purchase.
imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
capital Authorized $10,000,000    Capital Paid Up $4,860,000
P Rest    $4 860,000
We know all there is to know about
Watches and Jewels. So If you want
to buy any
or have any repairing done, we are the
people to come lo. Dur charges for expert repair work are most moderate.
We have many beautiful diamond rings,
pendants ol pearls and diamonds, lockets, brooches, etc.
D. R. WILK1E. President.
HOI-'. KOBEKT J AFFRAY, Vice-President
Branches in British Columbia:
ARROWHEAD,       GOL.D-.-N,       NEL: OH,      REVELSTOKE,
Interest  allowed on  deposits  fiom date of deposit and credited quarterly.
-vtn.HON hkanch si.   -Vl.   LAV,   Manager,
The Royal Bank of Canada
lncorporat.il  A.  D.  1869.
 $3,900,000     Reservo Fund $4,390,000
��� J. J. WALKER ���
��� ������������������������������������<������������������������������������������
icy, or even nt ope consistent guiding
principle. II is not ninre men that
are wanted on the commission but live
men and a realisation of their power
and responsibility.
clialii.. lli.ni*e esst **.. i-lialu.. thene.  ���.u:ti 80
ilialu., thene, w.-al B0 ,-I.uIub to tlu- plac   ol be
ginning.   l-.tllsllilllK Mil a  r.^, inure Or leaa.
Locate-.! Nov.-mber lath, l*sr?
t'H*hl.ss In-TCHSH. Ltestor.
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
ot all  kinds ot Banking  Business.
savings Bank Department, and
interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Account,.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Publl.aea an nsya s wees l,y ibe
Bsker St.. Nelaon. B c
��o��crlrtmn rst.*. M eanja s monlh delivered
In Its, cur, ur J5AU �� year II auul by mall, when
psl.l ln s Ivniir*,.
AdT.rlli.lii, rale* .111 application.
All muiuri padd 11. Battlement ol Tbe Dally
Caus.llKi. aooounta, elvnei loi .ubMrlptlona or
sdvertl-ii..-. mn-i t�� re. --.pi.-'i lur on the printed
inm, of tbe Company,   other receipts are but
Wednesday. December 11, 1907.
In nur local columns yeati rdi :��� wi
mentioned an opinion express. .1 to ;.
business man nf Nalaon bj one ol Toronto thai Hi.- Dominion Railway Com
mission was as active and useful aa a
wooden imago. To those not connected
���wiih board, of trade or manufactun .
or wholesal. is' a-s,.ciailniis. auch a re
Section ma.-, can i      surprise,
No public body ever organix. 'I in
Canada baa bean tn ated with >uc*i pa
tlent consideration aa the rallwaj com
mlsslnii. Prom im vorv Inception ii
was treated as above the level of pan*
politics. The opposition press has nevi i
made It the mb'i cl ..i attack eltl	
to ll�� personnel or Ita acttona, n hai
I... n assumed lhal even member ol
the oommlaalon would do bis beal to lul
til the expectation" of the country.
The iiusiness men of Nelson will ro
member the tirst visit of the comralfl
slon to Nelson in the Bummer of II*111
und all ibai was hoped from it. Tin
late A. Q. lilair was then chairman. il<
spoke with declelon and emphasis and
Inspired the country with the hopi thai
at   last   a   power     was    set     np    whir'
would  save communities  fr   the ca
price or selnahneas of railway oorpoi
all..11 ii.
'Ilie value of the wink tbal might b<
done by a railway commission endov
ed wiih ample authority, with an .11
dent, industrious and public sj.iii'. 1
membership, is sn grsal and so obvioui
that ihe creation has mi 1 with genera
approval and there i�� no diiulil lhat pub
lie opinion would endorse a very con
slderuble extension Ol   Hn  power.
Mr. Horden has declared hlmaelf, and
01 nlll.-d his pain, to such  an  azten
slon ..r power us win enable tha oom
mission to deal with Inequality, Incon-
Yi-nlunce or   Inofflclc-ncy    of   tulegiuph
aud telephone oommunlcalion as well as
ol freight and passenger service.
But in the meantime the hopeful approval of the iii.-r .hunts and other busi-
neaa men of the Pomlnion has been replaced by Impatient), and annoyance,
then by apathy and disgust.
In th.- court lions,, iu Nelaon. almost
at the beginning of the session here Mr.
Blair said. In reply to a question put by
.Mr. Oiegericb of Kaslo, ihat the com*
n.i:-sinn had the power and the intention to deal with the whole question
,11 wholesale centres or distributing
points, of Height rates In general and
of  discrimination   In   rates.
These. It will be admitted, are the big
questions wiih which it was hoped the
commission would deal. One may admire tbe patience and courtesy with
which the commissioner, devote week
aft. 1 ��. .k m consideration ot request,
for permission to string wires over
���racks, to acquire a few more feel .,1
right of way, to fence, raise ... lower
railway crossings. All this is admirable
but Ii is not the purpose for whioh the
commission was created, and public
opinion wm nol long be patient with
sucb a pitiful waate ol the powers conferred by parliament
The great commercial evil In the United) Statea, whioh is admittedly responsible for Uie idling up of dishonestly ac-
qulred wealth and the crushing or Independent enterprise, is the Bystem of rebel  B to fa* i shippers or consignees.
The rebate is only a special form of ills
urlmlnatlon. Canadian transportation
companli I hav. never been accused of
discriminating between man and man,
bul they huve openly favored one oity
nr town ul the expense of its neigh
bora. From the I,, ginning of the settle*
uieiii of Canada west of Georgian Bay
Um railroad, have arrogated t*> themselves lhe rlghl in deolde what oiiies
or towns muy be wholesale centres and
also   In   what   order  such centres  shall
be favored, equalisation of freight
rates would put an end to that system.
That, was the avowed intention of Mr.
Three years have passed since Mr.
Illalr retired and It. would be charity
lo  say   that any useful   work has  been
done i... iii.- commlaalon in the interval.    Thai  body has udopted the policy
.1 waning for sp.-iiilc complaints from
one polnl and dealing wilh them alone
There has never been Ihe least liullca
tlon of a broad and comprehensive poi
To Probe Deeper Into Land Frauds.
Denver. Colorado, Dec. 11.���The grand
jury which convened today will probe
deep into alleged land frauds, and lt is
believed that a number of men of
wealth aud prominence will be caught
In the federal dragnet The murder of
Joseph A. Walker, federal secret service ageut at the Hesperus mi no near
Durango, recently, has stirred the federal authorities to exert themselves to
the utmost to bring the guilty parties
to justice. Evidence lhat hus been gathered personally by Chief John A. Wilkie
and some or his most able assistant!!
which indicted seventy-lhree men last
work, it Is expected will be more far-
reaching than that of the grand jury
summer for alleged land frauds. The
trials of those B9W under indictment
will begin in the III*' 1'llin.tl State, district court here next week,
.lobbing   promptly   atlended   to.     lians
and Estimates.
Apply 415  Hall St. Box 385.
Geo.  P, Player
Office   Room   No.  2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
City of Nelaon License District.
We, the undersigned, give nollce thai
at the next meeting or the Hoard or
License Commissioners we intend to ap
ply for a transfer of lhe license of the
No Plane Inn rrom Wm  (SuspcM to
0. K. WADE).
Nelson, Nov. 19, 1907.
Nelson Lam. District. Districtol Wesl Kootenay
Take notlco that I, Charles Dutcher, Intaftd
to apply lor it Hneeial timbur licence, to rut and
carry away timber Irom M0 OOTOt ot laml Cum*
liieuvlliK at No, 1 pout about 12 miles went of the
KnoLonay river, on Un.-north side ol |Houndary
creek* and north, and adjacent to timber licenses
Ihi'JO, and ono inlle north of the Intel na' lo.ial
boundary   Hue: coin men-Mug   al a post   marked
Charles*, butcher*! southwes* oorner- thenea80
chains north, thence 80 chains caul, thene- hii
chains south, theuce Hi) chains west to the place
ol iM-Klhiilntf, containing MO acrea, more or leas.
Loca'ed November IHth. IWl.
'.HaKI.Km   iH'TCHKIt,  LocaU-r.
No. 2. Oommenolni at a post marked Charles*
Dutcher's southeast corner, thence ho chains
north, thonoo HO chains west, thence K0 chains
south, thence BO chains east In the placo of be-
Klniilu*-, and went and adjacent lo number one
I Im bar limit, and eontttluing Oto acres, more or
located November IHth, HHI7.
(haki.km UinciiKH, Locator.
NO. I, OommonolOg Oi a pOfll marked Charles
Dutcher'* norlhwest corner and about jr. in Um
west of the Koolenay river ou the north tide ol
Houndary creek ami north am) adjacent to tlm
ber lice one iLi.t-ii, thence south HO chains, thence
cast HO chains, thence north Ho chains, Ihuncc
west HO chains to the place of beg Inning. containliiK MO acren, more or less.
LoauM November IHth, 1907,
cii-sMii.i��� 1-itiTcnKB, Locator.
Nn, i. Oommenolni at a post marked Charles
Dutcber's northeast corner, thence sonth HO
chains, thence wesl 10 chains, thence north 80
chains. Ihence east 80 chains to the place of beginning, containing M0 acres, more or lest*
1-oeaUMl November l��th. IlXfl.
Okasi sn- dutch j-: a, Locator,
No. 5. tjommencing at a post marked Charles
Dutcher's southeast corner, ihence 80 chains
north, thence HO ohalns WOtt, thenee 90 chains,
south, tli.-ii- ' -" ehulns east to the place of beginning, contiiiniiik lib acres, more or less.
Located November IHth, 11X17.
CHAKi.iw 1 m-i�� iiF.s, locator.
No. o. Oonmencini as. a poat marked Charles
I'litchtj'*.  southwest comer, thence north 80
We are new showing a splendid stock of Men's Silk Neckwcir, Kid Gloves,
Silk Muffiers, Linen Handkerchiefs. Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Umbrellas and
Fanck Art Embroidery tie racks, etc. These lines are all new and most up-
to date.
We invite inspection of our special selected stock of Fancy Drawn Linens,
Table   Cloths,   Napkins.   Side   Board   Covers,  etc.
A  magnificent assortment  of   Ladiees' Beits and Neckwear.
Nelson Laud District. District ol West Koo'enay
'lake notice that tk-lomon Wiiklusoii, of Nelson. B 0*i occupation lunjlxruiaii lutt-nOl t"
apply for a special timber licence over the foi*
lowing tlef.cnbed land**
1. Commencing at a post planted on the north
bank of f-umtnU ereei* about two and a half
miles from i's mouth, theuce north-to chain*-.,
theuce east UMi chain-., thence south in chains,
thence west 160 chain*.
Dated aoth .November, 1��07.
2. Commencing at a post planted on an unnamed creek which OSWI into Summit creek
from the south at a point at-out two and a half
miles cant from the north fork ..1 S-omnti- creek
naid post 1-eing placed about three .-uarters mile
upsuch unnamed QTMk and about 800 feet tO
the east thereof, tb.-iue eaist 40 chains, thonco
south 10o ehaln*-., thence west 40chaiiis, them e
uorth tOO chains.
Dated 19th Noi <*'no.*i, 1*J07.
:i. Cnmini'iiili g a: a post planted on an unnamed creek w, leh Cows into H-iminlt cr.ek
from the south at a punt about two nnda half
miles ei'.st from the north fork o' Summit cresk
at a point about three .'uarters mile up such
creek and about 600 feet to the east thereof,
thenee south ICn chains, tbence west 40 chain*.,
theuce north 1M> chains, thetice east 40 chains.
Dated l��th .November, 19i 7
4. Oommenolni el a mist pi mi ted on the northeast wide ol the north fork of Summit creek
about four mllei from the Junctlou ol tne north
fork with the main Summit crw k, thenoo soul h
80 chaluta. thenee west tf* chains, theme uortli BO
chains, thence i-ail HO chains.
paled loth, November, Vi 7
sr*f*I f-Mt.*- WtLKmOH,
b   '-���OK'iB Voi \4Q, Agent.
Nelson tMXxd District.   District of West Kootenay
Take   notice  tiiat Charles Q,   ilecder. of  Spokane, m the Btete of WKsbingum. i'  P. a , fln-
ancial agent,   Intends   to apply for a tpeetlU timber licence orer the following descril-ed lands.
(1) Commeneing at a post planted about son
feet Mil of the west fork of Mission rreeh, one
half mih! norih of Uo* inicrnatioiit\ Umndary
line, about ten miles east cjf llykerti, B <;.
theuce south 4" chains, to the iniernaiinnal
boundary line, tli-n-e west HO chains, tbence
north to eiiaiHs, tbeuce out 1'KJ chains to the
point of oommetiecment. aud containing 640
acres, more or lasi
Ixx-ated the ixxxd October, A D., 1907.
(2) Commencing at a imsl aboul half a mile
east uf the we-t fork of Mission creek, about one
ami a half mi:.- north nf the International
boundary Him. about ten miles west of Kyserta,
B C , thence west *>�� chains, thence porth H0
chains, tbence eistW <tiaini{ thenoe aouth 80
chains Ui tbo point Ol comuienceracut, and contain ]ng 640 seres, more or l-ma.
LOOftted the ...'nd 'lay uf Oetober, A.D. 1907.
���'HiRLI-t (ti. KRKPKR.
(tf) Oommonclni at a post on the internation
al boundary Um- one mile eastof the east fork o��
HiMlon Ofeek about U mllei east of HykorXM,
B C, theuce eitsi 40 i bains, thence north UQ
chains, thenoa 80Chalttl west, thence 10 chains
aouth, tbence 40 Ohaini east, thence HO chalus
south to tbo point of commencement and containing M0 Scret,  more or less
Located the 23rd day of October, ad , 19o7.
t  HAMLIN'.    ItJ'KI.KH
Nelson Land District    i>istrlctof ^eil Kootenay.
Toko none..-hst I. W   A. Hudson, of Spokane
Wash .  OOOUpitlon  tjmtier crlliser. Dilemi to ap
Wy (or a ipecial timber lloenoi over the following described lands; Oommenolni al a post
planted on tin* north bank of riumuilt creel, nnd
marked W. A Hudson's H. W. corner, thenee
uorth 10cIih|oh, thence e-^st 160 chains, lh> nee
siilull 40 ehalns. thunce west )flo chains to Hi-
point of cr.iumeuceuu'iit, (sontalhiiig 640 acres,
mon- or less
Dated Nov. 2, 1907. W.A. Hi-dson.
Nelsou [AQd DUtrlot.  DlimOl of WijH Kootenay
Take   notice   that W   A. Hudson, of IpOksne,
Wash., occupation timber crulaer. intends to apply for a ipecial limber licence over the follow
ing rlescrlbeil lunds: Coinmenellig nl a post
planted on the south bank of the norih fork oi
Corn .p.etc, thence aouth 4-) chains, thence west
180chains, thenoe norih 40 chains, thonOt east
160 chalni to tba point ol commencement, con
taiun.K 'do sores, more or lens.
Dated Nov. Mi*, 1907. w, a. Homo*,
Nelson Laud District. District ot West Kootenay
Take notice that W A Hudson, of Bpokane,
Wish., ooonpatlon timber cruiser. Intends to apply lor a ipefllel limber licence over the following  described    lends)     Commencing   nt   a   post
pi mlcd on il ail side of the !lOUtfi fork of the
north fork ol forn ''reck, thence south Ho halns,
thence west no chains, thence norih ao chains,
ihence Bail ao chains to thu point of commencement, coiuainiiig Mo sores, more or le*s
Dated Nov   6lh, HOT. W   A.  &0MOX.
Nelson I ami District.   District of West Koideimy.
Take notice   lhal  W.A.   Hudson,  of  Hnokann,
wash., occupation timber ornlser, mu i ds to apply for a special timber licence over the follow
lug i-lescrfl-ed lands: Commencing al a posi
planted about BOO leet north of the iior.h
lork of Corn creek, thence south HO chains,
tbence well 80 chains, ihence no ih HO
chains,   tbence east HO chains  to the  point of
commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
Dated Nov, fith, IWl. W. A. SOMOK.
Nelson Laud District.|Diitrict Ol West Kootenay
Take notice that W.A. Hudson, of HpoHanu,
Wash., OOcnpatlon timber cruller, Intenils to apply for a sj.eitj_j timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a poat
Planted aboul BOO feet north of tho uorth fork ot
Corn orai k, thence north H0 chains Ihence west
HO chains, thence ��� .... 11, HO chalni, Ihence enst HO
OhaldS to tbe point 0i commencement coni-iln-
l"g 040 acres, more or less.
Date.I Nov. flth, 1907. W. A. Ifoi-inff.
Nelson Land District.  District of Wcit Koob nny
Tale notlc- lhat W.A. Hudson, of Hspokami,
W'aih., occupation tlmbur cruiser, Intends to apply lur a special timber licence OT��r tba folio
no chains, thence nortn an chalni. thenee west HO
chains to the point of commencement, containing Mu aerea, mon or leu.
Dated Nov. 6th, 1907. W. A. HOPeO*.
Neisou Land District   Dlstrlcl ol WiM -Kootenay
Take notice that w. a   Bodson, of 9pokaae,
Wai.h , ooonpatlon timber ' ruis'-r. lutenda to ap
ply f..r a speeui timi-' tloeoM orer the tolloa
no; deeenbed   lands:    Commenel-i ��i a i-.-i
planted about 300 feet north "!  IbC north fork nf
Corn -reek, tbei sonth ���> chains, them - m -t
10 chains, theui s north *�� ehalns, th*-���< easi n
- halns .���> tba polnl oi oommeneementi
Ins 640 a'-re". mora or leal.
Dated Kor. 9th, 1907. W.A, EXoneon
Nei��on Land tHatrlet District ol West Kootenai
Tale UO UM lhat W A Hudson, Ol Hponne.
Wash.,ooonpatlon ltml��*r cruiser. Intends io ap
ply for a s|��eclal timb-r In .-nee over ihe following described lands;    Commeaolni at a i��>��t
planted ah-uit Art feet n-Tih ol lhe north fork of
Corn er.-ek, thene- south HO chains, thclice east
HO chains, theiico nort1; HO chains. Ihen.e wesl m-i
i bains lo the point of commencement nla|:i-
ing 64*1 acres, more Ot less.
Dated Hoi   6th, 1901 W   A. BV-M
Kelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that W. A, Hudson, of Bpokene,
Wub. iH-cuuation ttinbi*r cruiser,, intends to ap
ply fi��r a (.W'laJ timU-t licence oyot Uo follow
ing de��crlb***d lands Coinmeiictni at a tn-t
planted on the south lank of the Liain Oom
oreek and adjoining umber licence No. 10199,
C.etice south 40 chain- Ihence weat 199 chain',
thi DM north 40t.hains, thetice east 190 chains lo
the point of Commencement, containing Rtu
acres, more or leia.
Haled Nov. 7th, I9U7.
Wc have a full stock of the
Limc-Stilphcr-Salt   Winter Spray
Iu 50-lb, and 1 gal. tins.
The Brackman-Ker  Milling Co., Ltd.
w. a. Htroeow.
Notice Is hereby given mat tm <i��yi alter date 1
intend tn apply tothelloii thief Commies! r
of Lands  and  Works for permission t" pun base
the following described lands, situated in West
Kootenay district: CommenCUll at a |��.st mark
ed by name as Initial posi of the South lork
branch, one hundred feet from the lunctlOB Ol
l>ist creek with the -uutli fork; thenM 0�����
quarter mile U) tbi north well corner pMt,thenM
01 e mile lo tin* northeast corner p-.at. UtenM
one .(tiarter mile to lhe southeast Corner P*����t.
thence one mile lo the place of comitnein -uii'iit.
June 27, 1907. Lo*-atetl bT  "'a    - 0M-1.1.LY.
NelM'ti Utnd DlltritU.   Dlatriot of West Koolenay
Take notice that 11    W'lltlami. occupation   ran
cher; H  t��. HustiiiKl. nceiipallou eh- t ri-mn, mid
R  H. P.   Miu>th.   o-'cupallou   lumberman;   all   of
Procter, H- v., Intend  10 apply for a special Mm
ber licence over the following des�� rlbed land-.
Comment ing   ata poll about thr. ������ 1111I-. east of
WUsooOtmi on south sboreof Kootenaj   Laks
thence tM.uih HO chains, thence easts, eiiaii..,
tbeUMnortb an chains, thence west Ho enaius to
point of commencement, contaliilug t.n< ��. f....
more or less,
Beptember xnxb, 11*07.
V.111 can buy a in-acri. Fruit  Hunch   In   the brat   tmtt  srowlns ItatlM
in  liritish  Columbia bj   pajrlag Ji" .loilins (Jpam and fio i*or moni-.
iSvcn ns an Invaatmenl 'ins i*. worth oonaMaratloiL
Krult  Land has Inhliil In vi.l.i.- within thn yrnr.   What will ll dn nut
vi'iir? I
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1A BARGAIN ��?-==��!.
W.-hiivi-twoSmokiMi:.!.^   Jl
,nl..,|..<lK**. Hplcndid'yli^-tl
moUnc jeakmU won boofhtdtwol fn��m H��' u-nniifsr* I
II. Wn uum
a. k. Bastimos,
h i. r. 9-ttu.
Nelson Laud Dlitricl.   District ol West Kootenay,
'lake noti'-e that I.-lohn JamM Oameron. ol
k.inu*, B. Om occupation contreetor, intend to
apply for a special timber license orer tbi following described  landi;
No. T    CoiniJiuycinri Ht �� poit planted about
three    mllei   Horn   lhe   we-jt   loop   -,f   tbi    It     ��
BOtttbarntt_ , Op  Oar ml I  creek, and   adj..niing
A  J M   s. VY KirueriKist No  1 olalm, narked
"J.J. 0.   N    W     corner    Taut,"   IhMlM   Cael   so
chains, thenee soul h HO chains, thetne w.-*,t HO
chains, theuce north so I'hsD'" b> Ihe place ol
commencement conii.tulng ovt .tores, more or
Dated Oetober aMh, iWl
No. a. C:jiumenclng a' a post planied about
two and a half miles from the west loop of tin
B. C. Houthern Ky oil a small stream emplyliig
into Carroll Creek and insrked '��J, J O. fl w.
corner post," thence south HO chains, theme
easi HO chains, theuce north iso chain-., theioe
went HO chains to the point of commencement,
containing MO acres, mote or leu.
Dated October Jfith, 11*07,
No H. Commencing al a post plant, d alsiiit
one half mile from the west loop t.f tin.. It r
Southern ky., on Carroll oreek marked "J J. 0,
N W. corner j ���-._*. :.>ii' c lout h HO chains, tliem e
east HO chalus, fflFlnse nostli HO chains, ihence
went HO chains to lhe place of comineinjemenl
Oontalnlni AW acres, more or leii.
Dated OotoberlMih, 1*907.
John .IaMK   0_H9BOM, Locator.
Nelson Land District.   DurPtof Weil Kootenay.
Take nollce thut 1, Alc\ander Joseph M0O00L
of Fernle, 11 0., occupation, hotel-keeper, intend
to apply for a special timber licence over the
billowing described  laic's:
No 1. Coinmcii'iiig at a post planied alsoil
thrccmllcs ftoin Ibe H 0. Houthern Ity. west
loop on Carroll ere-k, iniirkrd "A. .1 Si. H K.
comer pftsl," theuce north ho chains, tiience
west HO chiilni. ihi-imi south ho chains, theuce
east HO chalni lo lhe place nf cnniineiieemeiit,
tontaliiliiK i.to teres,  more nr less,
Dated Ootobi r26th, IWT,
No. 2 ( ouinienelng at a p"st plantid about
one and a half mile from tbi west loop ol tbi
H. C. Houthern Ky. on a small stream running
lutot'arrotl   llreek   and   marked    'A.J   M   NW.
corner post, thence ar ulli HO chains,   Uiem ns|
HO chalus theuce north HO chains, tfaonoc went
HO chains lo the place of conimeuceineui containing ft 10 acres, more or less.
Daled OclolaT '20th, 1U07
No I, Commencing at a posi planted nbont
two miles from the west loop of lhe it. C. Houthern Kv. on ("arroll creek, marked "A, J ��� s k.
oorner post." theuce west Ho chains, theOM
north Ho chains theuce sail no chains, tfieilM
south HO  i halto*   containing   ������ 0  at>res,   more  or
Dated October '2Hth, lif07.
ALKX-Uiusa Joiani Met tail., Locator.
etc, _JW B8 uin\ p> hrcast, itindn of broohdvd Hilk,
Imrrol liutt.utn.    Thi
tur��*i'H,   OOKt     la'tl    dOW
in Nelson fl 1,76
5 ,;.��-���, Tii.!*. "' Sale Price only $���-*���;
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Ot-ai   Cnra,   to.   to.    OoMlr���t'_t��>rai���   Gtirm*
Oomil 'd Hal and
Front Htreeti.
NELSON,    B. G.
For Sale
The  Furniture of a    ���l-room    Cottajio.
Furniture   .ill      new. Alao      unexpired
teaee for 11  months. Arply by letter to
D,   I).nly  Canadian.
B. G*
Vnii'll Ilka tba Booli ~ "',",,,,,,���.
you'll Ilka tUa way *~ "���' ���"""
You'll Ilk,, the prloa wa mk-       rt
Y.i.rn ill..- Hi.- t ��� wl"'" '
iif ti"
Parhap, jrou'd  Ilka Mi "
Krn.il Ba.dl-..-^"'"X.dfoV��|
Kniii'v Currant, in n.'1". ������-���'  ���, .isc.
p_Oy   I'lirianl.i   In   PS*W"-    '       |8   gp.
Paala, BUelle.  Wslnuta, Alfflooaa,
0M,  I'll-. ���,       ..JI.M
Onllirln   A|i|.l-   Old*"   I""   K'""
Joy's Cash Grocer.
V,,,-. Jo.aphlna nn<l Ml"! IB��' -<
JOY WILL M_DT YOU AT'"'J_ .'ik\ ..-, _!*_..
The Daily CanaC.
This is fresh-killed poultry and will give you
every satisfaction.    ORDER NOW.
More supplies arriving later.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
Kaslo, Rossland  Bonndary
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale-Kootenav  Ice, Frott,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd,
n. E. co.. Bake,    and   Ward   St..
RSUOO l--.nl Dlslrlct.   Putrid ot West Kootenay
VTake notice that Fred. J. ttammons. agent   lor
t*4 i    luTiioT, ol   Selion,  iM'cui���tton   watch-
Mkci   Inteods to an ply  Inr  |*-*rn*lsilon lo pur-
owtng  'lescribed   landi:   Cowmen*
dtif it A poll   planted!   about 2\  mile* cent ot
s..  u.euet.  40 chains   In   an  eaiterly
dlrecUoo    thanM   'JO chains   south.  th-*..**-* 40
rttsini tu a westerly direction,   ihence ���� chains
north to th** point o! commencement, containing
I Sirrt*. Binrvnr less
bsU-J Sot A-th, lsVV7.
FRSDBIt I   IfiHJ- Tai-fir,
F. J. Ham mon*, Ag-ent
HdsoeUuid Dlitrlct.   Utilrlrt ot Welt Kooteuay
;.,        . ������   that   Pred i.  Hammons. agent lor
a a !��.,*ni, ol Proctor, occu:j>aiioii ranener,
* ���     -i'1'ly  lor suermlaiioti to (.urchaac the
nu       M-rlbe-d    landi:     tNmiuit'liniiE at a
*U.iitl',iiiileBeail nl Wilson creek,
: was) to chains, thence northwest a)
��� - .-northeait Aichalm, tnenc-* south-
I ... ���       i to the the pot���toiooMnionMBtonl
1 ooiUinini to acrea, more or l***��.
Jut*-: Nn*.   :.ih. Hart
Aiiiiii ei- 9rV999a9 B_U_WDi
Agent f  i   -...M��..*.*-
im        ,: Dlstrlet.  initnct oi Weet Eoott-M
i-.��     lolla  that W. A. Hudson, llmt-er cruiser,
1 -���.���.���,���   'ipokane county. Waablngtoa, one
i ot Ibe I uite-l ftntesof Ameriea. Uiten'ls to apply
^���i*l- 1* UininT license over the following
: *n :���* t'ouimenelngtit a post marke-1
: lanted on ihe north bans ol torn cre��s,
'.������ii ..I the .North lork ol Corn creek
naln atream, about Ove miles ina
veatirlv oiret'ttiHi trom {*onnueuceol said Corn
atxl *uli ib.* Kootenay rlv*jr: thence norih *0
rhtina, ihein-H west 160 cbalus; thence muth 40
chalni; tbenM east ifio chains to [mint of com-
������Da fetal, 'I'liii,*' 641) acres more or lew.
Said land adjoins limber  limit  No. 7 <*u the
' umber limit   No. �� on tbe south, a* lo-
ited November 7, IWt.
William A. BtHWi lxx-alor
leaed by Patrick C. Nhlne
��� r.d mid signed by the within named W
!*������������. "i; ill* -Wlh day of November. A U
"���or.* me at Spokane, BpO-tM CoulitT,
tigtnu.nnuul thefnlted states of America.
Nslsoo Und District   District ot West Koolenay
Tskl aotlM that Isalrella IM.M-e,    (Htrassburg,
'   stlon married   woman, intends  to  apply
nr permission   lo  purchase  the   following  des-
rti\j,;\ lunds:    Commencing at a posi planted al
enaction  ol  the   north   boundary of Lot
1 and ths east boananrt ol  t~t  No. nm,
. ��� .*���*���.t :<*'. eb*tns. more or less, to the north
'* corner ol Itmbr-r Limit No. 7671, thence
11 'tis V Uslns, thunce west JO chains, more or
"��� - '" t)io cast bWi* of Whatshan lake, tbence
Mlowini iam�� in a southerlv and westerly
direction nn chains, more or lesi to the inter
���wtioii wiih Lot HIR.V thence U ebains, more or
-�����*, following easterly boundary ot lx>l BlHft U)
."���nit o| 1 nniun.ncement.
I'sled 7th Mctolwr, 1907. IiaRSI-I.a I'lEucK,
F   ti. FAi'gtdiR. *��gent.
ll  tad DUtrlot.    Districtu( West Koolenay
, ������*������  notlM that   Alexander   J    McCool, pi
��� '"���'    B ��'. oceupatlon clerk, intends to apply
,   to   purchase   the   followii.g
*--i*'i,     1,/     is, II '   ' ' *. - ���       ... *���     -....------   -���
id:   Commonolna ata jam nieuted
ni  boundary  01 H  C South
l,|   ,i      .       nm.i.ijrll      IVBll
���������Pik'h ill w*,y, about one and a half miles
1 '' ;��� Irem [ho northwest corner of lot f.Vl-01,
poop l, Kootenay. thence south HO chains,
tie in, usl mo Dhalns, thence north Hu chains to
ithsrn li'Mindary of said rigblofwai. thsnM
*���������.���** 1 , iiHiits itlotlg said ���OUthern boundary l"
i-'ioi ,,[  commeneoment.   ami containing 800
iwas, more or Imi
"'������'���I  November 9th, I9o7.
���" Land District. District of West Koolenay
'������ notiee that F. I', liiirdcn, acting as agent
H H'lrdcii. of 1'oklok. N. B.i oceup-.tloil
Hue,   Intends   to   applv   for   permission   to
naas Lbs loUowlni aeaorlbad binds:   Oom*
Hig hi h post plained nu Iho easterly BB0I1
row laha anil about 10 chains north ot th.
eoruer uf lot Hlti3, thence call -M' chains,
��� north -10 cbalus, more or less, to the lake
. tbence south westerly along the lukeshore
��� point of eomineneeuieiit, and coniainlUK
'������ more ur less,
ed November lHih.iwn. JamkhH Hchukn,
F. 1*     IlliKls-K***,  Agent.
Notice   Is   heroby   glton   that  at  tho
next meeting of tho. Board of Lloenae
('""inlHHloiiurH for tht' Dlltrlot of Ymir
,,�� be held otter the expiration of thirty
JfWi 1 intend to apply for a transfer <>f
-na ..h-onse for Iho Drove Holfl from
����y��e�� io Wllllnm QomeU.
Ernost 0. Horden,
��� ���y h\n attorney,  Wm. Goi-mell.
Dated this   12th   day   Of   Noveinbei,
Notice is hereby Klvcn that a Court
'! '-''viHion and Appfui. under the pro
[Ik1<>iih of tho AHKOHHinont Act. reppeot
JJJj the AiBQiimenl Roll for tho your
",,K* for the NoIhou ABiesiment 1>1��
SS wl" ba -*,,l(* '���' *-ll<' Governmenl
;,,t,('"- N-lHun, on  Docombor ISth, 1007,
*l -o a. m,
j.., R.   8.   LENNIE,
"1J,R" "f Court of RovlHton and Appeal.
���^elmm. ix^uiber 2nd.  HM)7...
Nelson Lend Dlitrlct. District of West Koolenay
Take notice that John James Cameron, of
Ferula- BriUab Col nobis, occupation contractor, intends to apply for penniislon to
purchase the following des rlbed Isud: <;om-
inenci-ig at a oust planted on the southern
boundary ot the H: It, K��jiilbern right-of-way
about CO chains westerly from the.v.W corner
of lot RWU, group 1, Kootenay, theuce sr.uth 00
chains, tnCOM eaat Hi chaiun. theucu north 60
chains to the southern boundary of the said
right-of-way. thence westerly along said south
crn boundary ol right ol way to the point I
commenceiiieui, aud eoutalnihg fiacres, more
or less
Dated November 9th, 1907.
  .1   __  lAMM *"���*���*-*�����*->*--,
Nelson I���nd Dlsirui Diitrict 01 W est _Oul��0-r
Take notice that John Hbieli, of Needles. B G ,
occupation rancher, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the following described
laud; Oonunenctng at a post planted at the
northwest corner of Lot TM, tbeur-e west 40
chalni, thence muth - ��� ehaini, thence east 40
Obelus, t-CUM north HO chalni to tbe point ot
commencement, and containing 3��) acres, more
or leaa
I'Ated Itlh October, 1<*>07. Jams- HniBI.l.,
F  ti. FAt'gt'lKK. Agent.
Nelson Land District District of Weil Kooteuay
Take notice that Angui MK-Jlll, ot the ('ity of
Nelson, occupation fireman. Intends to apply for
permission t�� purchase the following d-��crtbed
lunds: Commencing at a post planted at the
V W. corner L C. Morrlwm's ranch, in Fir
alley, th. rce north forty ("0) chains, thene
*st fo'-y , e . chsins, thence south forty (to
aiu*-, thence west lorly (40) chains olnt o
mmenccment,   aud containing   one hundred
d slity (160) acres, more or lees.
Dte-l Igpte nber -ind.  1907.        ***________;
*io L>o\vrN
We offer you beBt fruit lauds;
boat terras; bf-st location; best
climate. Absolute titles. You
don't have to use all of your means
In paying for land. Wc want you
to put it Into development We
alao bave tracts of 50 to 6000 acres,
prices and terms the bi-st. We own
these lands and handle nothing on
If you don't see Frultvale you
miss the best in B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Ward Street, Nelaon, B. C.
ust Watch
The   windows  of  tho  Old   Cur-
loHity Shop for
Fancy China
From lln' liiunl palnti-il down to the
common giniL's of Chlnnwnre. Next
week wo will have a sale of Cut (lias*.
Old Curiosity Shop
Nolle.. Is lii'iTl.y given that lln- nn
ileri.lgu.il |..'inoiiH have uil.il.* applloatlon under the provtaloni of the "Liquor License Act," 1900, tor Hotel Ll
canoe, at the places set oppoalta name,,
John Mni'sliall, .MaiKliall Hotel, Kitchener.
Treil Adlo, Fort Shoppnrd Hotel,
0  T. Snow, Outlet Hotel, Procter.
c. B. Burgee,, Bhlna Hotel, Patteraon.
Archibald & Davis, Palaoe Hotel.
Ymir. ,   .,   ,
.1. W. Mnstei'son, Ymir liolel, \mir.
K. M. fetes, 81. Charles Hotel,
Ymir. __     ,
John   llrcau,     Cosmopolitan     Hotel.
Ymir. _,   ,
U   a   Coleman. Waldorf Hotel. ^ mlr
Samuel Millar, miiut Hotel. Ymir.
Louise McPeak, Sirdar Hotel, Blrdar.
Wm. tlosnell, Orove  Hotel, Fairview.
Malelte  &  Johnson,   Kootenny   Palls
liolel. S1..C1HI Jiinetliin.
J   H    Unimex.  Mersey  Hotel,  Lrlo,
B, E    Mi-Aiiliiir.    Northern   Hotel.
Sal mo.
Oen.   Mend. Creston   Hotel,   Creston.
Alex   MeKi-Ksnn. I'Slle Hotel. Krie.
Joseph  Walker. Krlckson     liolel,  Er*
lokson, ��� . , ���   ,
Kdllh Ollle, Vnni-oiiver Hotel. Ymir.
wm  Qray, Balmo Hotel. Balmo.
Oeo   Munro,  Munro Hotel  Creston.
A mooting of tlm Board of Licence
Comm lasloners, will be held to consider
such applications, nt tho Court House,
at Nelson, on Monday, the 10th day
of December, 1907, at tho hour of i
o'clock In the aflornoun.
Chief Licence ln,pactor,
American    Writer's    Opinion   of   Mines
and Engineers.
But of all the mining districts ln the
We6t, the Bonndary Is undoubtedly the
most Interesting and the most Important, The progress that has been made
here iu the last lew years Ib most remarkable, aud the success lhat has
been achieved ls due not only to a peculiarly favoiahSi.- combination of natural circumstances, whereby it has
been found possible to mine and smelt
ore at a cost so low as to challenge
comparison in this respect with any
oilier copper mining district in the
world���I was informed, by the way,
thut this summer Granby was even
treating o.s copper at a profit, although
1 am Inclined to think that this is an
overstatement���but it is also due iu no
small degree to the ability of the individual mining engineers and metallurgists, who have charge of the big properties of the dlslrlct, and who have been
responsible for working out and solving
the complex problems in connection
with making ore averaging certainly
not over 1 % per cent, copper and %2
to $:s In gold and silver, pay to mine.
How well they have succeeded may be
ascertained by a glance at the recently published balance sheets of the principal companies operating ln this held.
The factors contributory to the low
costs of raining and smelting ln the
Houndary district are fairly well known.
They are first, the great size of ore
bodieB, iu consequence of which operations may be conducted on a large scale
while the conditions are such that little
limbering is required; secondly, cheap
power; thirdly the utilization of machinery and the the employment of methods desiged to cul down lhe expensive
item of labor to a minimum; fourth, the
practically self-lluxing character of the
ore itself, and lastly, the abundance
of cheap fuel available for smelting
purposes. It is safe to say that if almost any of these factors were withdrawn, mining In this district could not
be continued. Operations are at present
to all Intents and purposes confined to
the workings of a half dozen big. low-
grade properties. The methods of mining employed at these mines are largely
Identical, and Include open pits and
rock pillars and stnpes. The workings
in pit No. 1. the tlranby, now resemble
more than any thing else, the cloisters
or aisles of some mighty abbey or cathedral.���From Mines and Minerals for
Funeral  Tomorrow.
The funeral of the late Frank A. Klvery
will take place tomorrow, Thursday afternoon, at two o'clock, from St. Saviour's
Death of Miss Stella Jones.
The death occurred yesterday afternoon
at her father's residence Hull Street, of
Stella, daughter of William Jonea. The
deceased, who waa n years of nge, was a
sufferer from tnlH-rculosi,. The Isidy will
1��. sent east tomorrow morning for burinl
at Ottawa.
Christmas Tree.
The. Sister, of St. Joseph have bi-en
eoiidnctiug a very successful canvass for
tin. annual Christinas tree iu connection
with theirschonl. A beautiful large doll,
now on exhibition ill Meagher and Company's window is to Ik. raffh d in connection with the iniertiiiiiiuent.
New   Division.
All additional teach.t has already bean
appointed for Nelson public school to begin her duties In January. Koom is
available iu the nt present unused half of
Fraternity Hull. Some time ago the
trustees, with the concurrence of the
provincial education department, adopted
i, regulation Hint new pupils, that is,
children just beginning, should be admitted only within ten days of the open-
i'lgof eaeii term. Parents ur guiudialis
of children lo begin next month will
oblige Principal Sullivan by notifying
him at un early date.
Mrs. W. W. Beer, orgnnist, and O. A.
ISciKillct, choir leader, of the Methodist
Church, were the recipients of presents
from the members at the congregation
last night. Mr. and Mrs. Heer leave for
nu eastern visit of several mouths tonight.
The presentation took place al the residence of W. B, WSMOn and wns followi d
bv a very pleasant evening- Mrs, Bei r
was presented with several beautiful
articles in cut glass by the choir and con-
grognlion. Mr. Benedict who has In en
ohoir master for seven years, was presented with a solid gold watch beautifully
oil'-trnvcd by II. II. Kwert, the inscriptit n
lieing : "Pri'seiiled to C. A. Benedict by
the trustees nf Nelson Methodist Church,
acknowledging efficient servie. s ns elu ir
master, Dec. 10, 1907." Hpeeolies were
mad>- by Rev. 11. N. Powell. Messrs.
Patrick and McIIardy and Mrs. Rutherford. The presentation to Mr. Ilenediet
waa mads by n. V. McIIardy, Secretary
  " "_sV
Is now ready to execute  all
orders for Job Printing on
shortest notice.
The Job Department is up-to-
date in every respect and a
full line of stationery "will be
kept in stock.
All orders entrusted to our
care will receive prompt and
careful attention.
3*4 Baker St.
Tel. 324.
"COMPANIES    ACT,    3 81*7."
Province of hritish Columbia-
No.  412.
This is to certify that "The Manitoba
and WVsutii Canada Land dun pany.
Limited," i s authorised and licena-
t'd to carry on husim-ss within the Province of Hritish Columbia, and to carry out or effect all
or any of the object! of the Company
to which the legislative authority of
the Legislature of British Columbia extends.
The head offlce of the Company is situate at lhe Town of Altona, in the Province of Manitoba.
The amount of the capital of the
Company Is sixty thousand dollars, divided into six hundred shares of one
hundred dollars each.
The head office of the Company In
this-. Province is situate at Nelson, and
W, A. Macdonald. Harrtster-at-I-aw.
whose address is Nelson, B, C, is attorney for the Company.
Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria. Province of Hritish
Columbia, this sixteenth day of November, one thousand nine hundred and
Registrar of Joint  Stock Companies.
The   objects  for  which   this     Company has been established and licensed
are: ���
For the purpose nnd  with the object
of buying or acquiring by  grant,  pur-
dhase  or otherwise,  and  leasing,  mortgaging or otherwise transferring or dealing with or disposing   of    real   eitlti .
lands,     tenements,     hereditaments     of
every   description   or   nature,   and   any
and   every  right   and  interest   therein:
developing, cultivating,  forming,    seining   and  otherwise   Improving   and   utilising  the same, ami of pledging, mortgaging,   leasing,  selling   and   otherwise
dealing  With  exchange or disposing  of
the same, nnd generally of carrying on
the business of a land    and    land    Improvement  company;   nnd  to carry  on
the  business  of ranching,   fanning  ami
lumbering:   of  aiding  an   dasshvlng   by
advance!  of money  or  otherwise,   With
or without    security,    settlers and    in
lending settlers upon any lands belonging to the company or In the neichbor*
hopd  of   such   lands,   nnd   generally  to
promote tbfl settlements of land or ac-
nulring,   holding.   Belling,   mortgaging,
pledging   Mid  otherwise    dealing     with
mortgage! and charges In lands or any
interest  therein, and of agreements for
tereH   therein,   and of    Investing    and
lumbering; of    aiding and    assisting by
with   covenants     for     the     security  of
the purchasennd sale of land or any In
lending money upon the security of real
and personal estate, goods nnd chatlels.
itooaa,   bonds,   bills   of  exchange,   pro
mlMOn   note!   or  kinds of   security   as
an individual may;  to take nnd  receive
mortgages on real or personal estate, or
other Security at such rates of Interest
as may be agreed upon;  to sell and  to
Ualgti such mortgages or mortgage the
same  bv any  instrument   in   writing or
agreement)   subject   to   conditions   nnd
with covenants  for  the security  of  the
money    advanced    thereon;    to   execute
mortgage! on any  lands owned or purchased by tbe company:   to secure the
purchase price  or  any  part  thereof  of
any lands, tenement! or hereditaments
purchased bv   the  company  or for any
Other   purpose   whatsoever;    to   borrow
money   al   such   rate of  Interest   an  to
the  company  may  leem  advisable, nnd
llBUS  deposit   receipts,  bonds,   mortga-
ires  or oth'T  documents  to the lenders
thereof,  and   to   give   mortgages   or  securities   upon   all   or   any   of  the  company's assets  for  repayment  of all or
any of ths meticy borrowed: and to sell,
assign,  mortgage and    hypothecate    or
pledge  any   of  the  ecuiIties   or   assets
f   tha   wwl.l   uuuiiin'ii. 'ly... Ihu..
of moneys advanced thereon; to execute, sign, Issue, negotiate, transfer,
give and take promissory notes, bills
of exchange, cheques, bonds, debentures and other negotiable Instrument,
and choses In action and evidence of
indebtedness of all kinds, and to pay,
charge, and collect interest thereon,
and to give and take chattel mortgages, billB of sale, and receipt notes, lien
notes, hire receipts, orders for goods,
chattels or money, warehouse certificates, bills of lading, warehouse receipts and other securities or chattels,
machinery, goods, wares or merchandise; to improve, cultivate, erect buildings and make other improvements on,
or survey and subdivide any portion
of the company's lands: to lend money
and take mortgages on real and personal estate as security therefor and from
time to time to discharge the same; to
take and hold real estate in trust or
otherwise as security for such loans,
and to take and hold collateral and
other security therefor or for debts
which may become due to the company;
to collect rents, manage estates and
buy and sell property on commission,
and to act as valuators, financial
agents, general and special agents, and
real estate brokers; to carry on the business of buying, selling, manufacturing,
making or otherwise acquiring or producing any or all kinds of material
used In construction, maintenance and
repairs of buildings or other structures. Including lumber, stone, brick
and plumbers' supplies, to acquire, construct, equip, own, maintain nnd operate
warehouses, elevators, factories, mills,
saw-mills and flour-mills; of buying and
selling grains of any kind whatsoever;
of buying and selling Implements, buggies, waggons, sleighs, machinery, and
engines of nny kind whatsoever; of buying and selling goods and merchandise
of any kind whatsoever, and buying and
selling safes and vaults; to contract with
Individuals or corporate bodies in regard to any undertaking and to sue
and be sued in the name of the 'com-
pany in respect or the same and, subject to the provisions of Section (IS of
th! Manitoba .Joint Stock Companies Act
to unite and amalgamate In whole or
in part with or purchase lhe business
of any other person, corporation or
private individual engaged In nny of the
businesses above mentioned, and. If so
agreed, to issue therefor patd-up stock
In this company; of carrying on nny
other business which seems to the company capable of being conveniently carried on In connection with the above or
which may seem to the company calculated to directly or Indirectly enhance
the value of or render profitable any
of the company's properties or rights.
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'^ ntfcl
Notice ls heKOj given that the un*
ilerslgneil have HUbmltted to tbe Lleu-
tenant-GovernoD-ln-Councll a proposal
under the Rivers and Streams Act for
the clearing and removing obstructions
from the Duhumel Creek (otherwise
known as Six-Mile Creek) In the llls-
Irlct of West Kootenay, Province of
llrilish Columbia, and for making the
said creek fit for rafting and driving
Ihereon logs, timber and lumber, anil
for erecting and maintaining ilums on
lhe said creek, and for constructing
and maintaining booma for holding,
sorting and delivering logs and timber
thereon, and for attaching booms on
Kootenay I-nko at the mouth of said
The lands to he affected by such
work are 1-otn 7S7, 7SS, 7601, 777SI. 4SU.4.
8411 und 8418 nil in Group One, Koolenay District, and oilier binds not Crown
Granted, occupied  or Improved.
The tolls proposed to bo tihatfte* are
such as may be fixed by the JuiSg,. of
the  County   Court   of   West   KooL.nay.
Dated ibe S!Kth day of Oetober, S��07
���THE POltTO RICO  ' "'"IS!1'   ftM-
.     I . *---*�����:_ -I-U4.1T.Bin,
We have for aale six of the finest building lots   In the   city,  situated at
the corner of Josephine and Hoover streets. These lots are'cleared    and
fenced  and    command    a magnificent view. Price, $2,000  for  the six or
will be sold separately is desired.
H. & M. BIRD
A great many sales have been made of lots In this charming suburb
of Nelson and only a few best lots are left.
Don^ Forget
That Flre Insurance you were going to put on this fall, or that
accident and health policy you intended writing which covers
all accidents and 30 diseases.
Let u, quote you rate, on the above.
McDermid & -McHardy
C. P. R.
To Montreal, Toronto, and all points
west thereof in Ontario and Quebec.
Quebec, St. John, Halifax, Maritime Province rate, on application.
Tickets on sale dally December 1st to
December 31st. Round trip First
clan.   90 day limit.
Halifax, St. John or Portland and return-
Salooon���$104.50. Second���$78.25.
Steerage���$55.00,   and   up  according  to
For    detailed    information,    sailings
ocean  steamers,   first   class   or   tourist
sleeper   reservations   apply     to     local
agent or
A ii. .'. A .VrtiuouvtT. D P.A.. Nelnon
$150.00 Lot on Carbonate St.
$200.00  Two   Lots   on   Observatory   St.
cleared, fenced, small cabin.
$320.00 Lot on Latimer.  (Small cabin.)
$450.00 Two Lote on  I    timer.   (Fenced
and cultivated.)
Real Eitate Agent
315  Baker St..  Nelaon.  B. C.
Tremont House
���unman **A Amanw. Plea
���saua sa ota.  Banns from x ot.. u tl.
our wait. Hup aaapiona.
Bate. St.. ItalMB Proprietor.
Host comfort.ble quarters      NelsoD)
Only the best of Liquors and cigars.
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 60 cents upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. BRIGKBOIM. Proprietor.
Telephone. 260.    Opposite Court Houa*
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
���assi Btrwl. Nelson. B. O,
Lex,,  sne Comfortable  Bsdrooma an, Flral*
CUM bluing Koom.
MRS. E. C. CLARKE, Proprietress.
Bartlett   House
Best DoUar-a-Day House tn Nelson.
Tbe Bar ti the Fiue-t.
White Help Only Km ployed
(oaephlne Bt.
Royal Hotel
CAPITAL,   $25,000.00   In   25,000   shares
of $10.00 each.
MANAGER, Crozler W. nourko.
OFFICE, No. 322 linker St. (Croasdalle
& Co.)
3EE the cement Mocks displayed ln the
Standard   Furniture   Co.'s   window.
APPLICATIONS for stock aro  Invited.
PARTICULARS and forms of Application may ho obtained at the Company's office, or from H. A. Stewart,
Rates $1 and 11.60 a Day.
Spee.iul Rates to Regular Bmarder* ���
MI Kinds of Heating  Plants In Stock.
Victoria St, Nr. Ooera Houa*.     Tel. 181.
W.   O.   G1LLETT
Cofitt-fnetor end
Bole agent for the Porto Klro Lumber Co., Ltd..
retH.ll yunlt- KohkI> and dre"Mi(l lumtn-r, turtuM
work nnd brm kii- Coa-n lath aud ihin��-l-*#, naih
aud 'lour*, ���.'.���iiu.iii, t.licit and llmu for wale.
Autntaatlc ffiinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. eaal of Hall
CNM.U����OrN.   B. G.
'i ..
1 :
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v i ���
a I
..ii/ll  ' '
Tne uaily Canadian
Silver Deposit Ware!
goods.    They  ore amoni
Do not fail to    Bee    these gooos.     taey  are  unn.ni-.  lhe  newest
on the market, and are equJslte in design and fiinish.   The Une oom
~~* ~"    ""J   Ar1^-   *������--��   and   silver.     Salt
sta] and silver,
^MeTe^'sets.1irwhlV_d silver, and   dark  blue   and
OellfrsT _' ::������ t Si        Bottles, FIsakB. and Vaaas in cry.
and   colored   -iass   and   B11V. "    -
OiirT',..-.   IS open until Christmas   , very   -veninp   until   '-���   ..clock.
Watchmaker and Optician
at 35c
We were lucky enough to
secure io dozen ot these
goods. They are the odds
and ends of a whole.1 ale
hosiery stock. Some are
worth 45c and some 50c the
pair. Your choice today
at 35c the pair.
3 Pair for $1.00
The lie*-' Hani Ooal  On t'.e market.
H;inkhc:id  Hri-
The  Besl   I'l.mcsiic Coal.
West Transfer Co.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. CroadsdaJe & _.
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Corner of Stanley and Victoria Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
A J. BeU, T. Mapp, Bonmngtou; H. S.
Jones, Calgary; C. J. Campbell, New
Denver ; H R. Joraud, Slocan ; R. Frin*
dar, Eamloopa, P. Milne, Cranbrook ; A.
0. MeCork.-U, A. Davidson, Vancouver;
D. Morgan, Victoria; C. F. Hooper, Spc-
J        BUSH  _  MATT HEW,  Props.
Buy Now
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let us show you
them. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
Gor.    Vernon and    Ward Streata
E. Anderson, S. H. Bowman. Minn6-
Bpo_;B.P. Williams. Rossland: D. F*
Kane, A. McQueen. F. K. Archer. Kaslo;
J. F. Murray, J. VY. Kume, J. G. Fleck,
Ottawa; J- H. Tavlor and wife. S. J.
Harlow. Nakusp; W. L. Neat, L. P. Birt,
London; L. Pratt, Sandon; H. S. Collins,
,T. G. Watson, F. B. Edwards, B. P. Edmonds, J. Cronin, Spokane; J. J. Doran,
1 orouto; L. F. Rob_ir(-, Danebury ; E
Newton, P. 11. Tarrance, J. E. Ardett,
Winnipeg; J. MoEntxe, San Francisco.
P. L Berjre, wife and family. H. B.
Landls, Waterloo; Gh Button, Wheatland ; E, Edie, Krie ; J G. Graham, J. W.
Banleer, Blooan; A. Annlson, Victoria;
L 0 Anderson, Duluth; M. D. Couch,
Pincher I 'reek.
C. O. Van! 'amp. (Shields- J. K. Werner,
Graiiit'-: i\ Bo-gSter, F. P, Mauderville,
Moose JoM ; .1. W, Ward. Sandon; A
Huy ward, Ked Deer; Miss R. Iisuor, Nova
S'-'iiia; M. Sinclair, Rutland; .1. S. Ap-
pieton. Sunshine bay; K Lee, Bonnluff-
ton Falls.
F. Lrosh Rossland; I). McDonald, D.
Uu tX-eod, Spoken' . L. li. Reynolds, En
reka; R Darter, Paulson; A. McCacill,
J Dunn. B BtoQnire, .!. Riere, R. J.
Bleve,  E. i pton,  vs.-tiey, J. Chipman,
B. .1    De-drink, Oaatlegar; .7. R. Oran���
stun,   Rossland;  W. E. Paul,   Say ward ;
Mrs. A. li. Owen, Bpokane.
J. Murray, A. Telford,   Revelstoke; D.
IT. Miiit-i,  Fernie;   W. Booum and wife,
< Ireenwood;     W.   Brown,    E.    Telford,
Boundary Fulls.
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in staple and fancy Groceries
Butter, Egga.
Cl ap and Miners' Supplies.
A. M. Can. Sue. C. B.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office:  Henley Building.   P, O. jB0�� 434
Fair   Directors.
,\ meeting of the directors of the N-i-
son Agricultural Society will be bald In
5-acr-i lory MoMorria' office tomorrow at
8.80 p, m.
Liberal  Association.
The regular monthly meeting ot the
Kelson Liberal association is colled for
Monday evening, Dec. 16th. in Miners'
Union hall. An attractive programme
is promised.
N1CKERSON, the Jeweiery Manufacture's Agent will sell yon goods from samples at B6 per cent. lens than regular
prices direct from the factories, in 8
days from order. Everything lu the
line.    Order now.
Fish  and  Game  Protection.
Tbe Kootenay Fish and Game Protective association will meet this evening
in the 20,000 club office to discuss pro
poaed Important amendments to the pro
vincial game laws.
L. O. T.  M.
The members of the Aberdeen Hive,
L. O. T. M., will hold their annual review in the Lodge room tonight at 7.So
The programme will includft elections,
Intav-ittans aud a social hour afterwards.
F. O.  E.
The regular meeting of Nelson Aerie.
F. O. E., will be held in the lodge room
tonight at S o'clock. Applications will
be received from many citizens who will
shortly be organized into a class of
The first advance on the metal markets for many days occurred today,
silver gaining six points in both London
and New York. Lead suffered a further
decline of four points on the London
Supreme Court.
The case of Huggard vs. the North
American Land and Lumber company
has been settled. Isaac vs. Miller was
continued. R. W. Hlnton's evidence was
concluded and C. E. Miller, the defendant, was called and his examination is
still in progress.
Churchman's Club,
The fortnightly social of the Churchman's club takes place tonight in the
parish hall at a quarter past eight. A
good programme has been arranged and
a pleasant time is looked forward to.
Ladies and visitors are cordially invited
to be present.
Death of James Seeley.
James Seeley, whose death has just
been announced at Ottawa, was well
known throughout this province. He
was connected with the provincial police for a number of years. Twenty
years ago James Seeley acquired great
fame as an oarsman.
20,000 Club Ball.
The second ball this
<HK) Club auspices will
roller skating rink next
December 17th. The
are: Mesdames W. A.
Procter, G. P. Wells,
Gigot, J. B. Taylor, A.
J Hawkey, J. C. Gore,
W. S. Riblet.
season under 20,-
take place in the
Tuesday evening,
lady patronesses
Macdonald, T. G.
J. M. Lay, B. F.
L. McCulloch, R.
W. J. Goepel and
Funeral Private.
There will be a short service at 7
o'clock   this   evening   at   the  home   of
William  Jones,   whose   daughter,  Stella
Jonas, died yaaterday.   Mn.. Jones will
accompany her daughter's body to Ottawa, where the burial will take place
The deceased was of a moKt lovable dis
position and dming her short residence
in Nelson made many friends.
Tea and Whist.
The afternoon tea and evening whist
parly "given by ftrfesdamai Labby and
Sturgeon a. the latter's residence yes
terday afternoon and evening, WOTS
largely attended and very much enjoy
ed.    The prizes of the whist party were
Xmas Cakes
We have thera  In  all  Hi/..-*, nnd   will
have them decorated t.o your own table
$ 1.00 per Gallon
Telephone Hii.',
-Sk.Il_.-I11.-_       I'll     /--.Tim"
New Dried
in   Now
Don't delay ordering ingredients for Xmas Cakes and
Puddings, fresh stock in.
Lemon, Orange, and Citron
Peels, Raisins in bulk and
packages,   Currants  the same.
Choquette Bros.
Phone 258.
THE   Up-to-Date  Bakers
IOffT���Th���  mnriiiu-B pn Maker Ftr-ct or H*tv
j   U*y iii-ar baki-r, H Black Ltttibfll Hand Hhk
oontslnlng psgen sod a mim of mons_,   rindsi
will plisHfu- lt'iivr at Canada Unit; mid Hook Co.'**
\\r ANTED    Iwn   Kx jHTlein-cl Hal��*t LedlM tor
TT      the holiday* WtOO Irvlm* <V Ou.
'     ���-���! I -ii    H--I-.I   Wiist.-****  for   HoU-l   Mtralli-
ii     Apply MaiiiiK*T.
Corner Silica and Joserblne Sta.
We have just opened np two large
cases and we now have ;i most mag���1
(leant display  of dressed  dolls.
We want you to come in and m ���
them.    The sight will  repay  you.
We  have  little  ones   at   20.   and  86<
Medium alsed om -. ������v-  I and  | rei
diessi-d   at   T:"��c,   B5c,   *.<."���<.   $1.00,   $!-���"���.
$1.-10,   $8.60  and   $2.75.
Large ones, handsomely dressed al
$:: U5. $8.50, $4.60, $5.50, $5.95, $6.75,
$7.25 and $15.00.
If you have to order your Xmas
things by mail, entrust us with \our
orders. We will fill thorn promptly end
W�� G. Thomson
����hon**  .^-��.
F. C. GREEN        F. ?. BlTKDtT.        A. H. GREEN
Ovil Engineers-. Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
P. 0. Box 145    Phone 2*1 B.
won as follows: Ladi��s, first, Mr-.
Gorky; second. Miss Cat rick. Qentle-
men's. first, Mr. Wales, second, Mr.
Stevenson. A handsome sum was raised
for the church improvement fund,
amounting to over $90.
Kootenay's Necessities.
In the associated boards of trade
Southeastern Hritish Columbia has an
informal parliament, With onlj deliberative functions, it is true, but wi'h a
powerful Influences Tbe association
meets but one. a rear and tbe value of
its work depends almost entirely <,n
what Is submitted to it by the Individual
board affiliated Of these the Nelson
board, by virtue Of the population and
prestige Of thi City, and its record of
progreealve and public spirited work.
Is conceded the premier place. The
Nelson board m. ��� ts tomorrow nlpht at
1,80 . While it is thi- regular torn I
Its chief business win be tha oonaidera
I inn and adoption of !����� solutions to be
presented to the associated boards, if
the member i ike the Interests of K-ool
���nay serlouslj tbe attendance at tomor
row night's meeting should bo man)
times  greater than  usual.
New  Traffic   Record.
Detroit.      Mich ,      Dee.    IL-   With   all
records of tin- QreaJ Lakes broken traf-
\('oii</>ital)Us llotnr lor a Young Lady, would
mill/'lllii r Mi'limi) '���������. I.,*,   or young laOy H'
imfiiM iii    il.  .uy       AddreM   K. C. U-ll)
���rv.ii WlUtvt  ��.i.ArtH  K'-OMs. KU-ain tie*U*<i.    Ap-
Jl Calendar
of   &iews
Of your own town or city, could you
imagine a nicer Holiday Gilt to send
away to friends in another city, or
across the border, or to the Old
Country ? s: ::
We have a vancd assortment of these
pretty View Calendars, but there will
be a big run on them, so please make
your selections early. :: ::
Canada Drug & Book Co.,
COR   BAKER   and   WARD.
Wholesale and   Retail Dealer* In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camp* supplied on shortest nntic" and
lowest price. Nothing but   fr-.*--h and
wholesome meats aud nupples kept in Kt-ock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES    Wanagef.
ri-iti,  8BGOND
20,000 CLUB
Tuesday, Dec. 17, 1907
Roller Skating Rink
Corner of Baker and  Fads Streets.
Tickets can be had from any member
of the executive or from tbe secretary
of the 20.000 club.
Ladies or gentlemen $1.00. Refreshments
lie practlcalfy came to a close yesterday
The total freight tonnage sraai Bfty-eighl
millions, about seven mUltoai greatm
ttian a year ano.
Of electrical work finished and charged
for from this shop  will  show  you  how
Htjuarclv and honorably  A'o conduct our
Those who employ us need not worry
about our Charged and U to workman
���hip they know It  Is the best.
Repairs to machinery, telephones, etc.
promptly   attended  to.
P. O. Box 166. Phone 227 A.
���__!   -/I-
H. It Jorand, barrister of Slocui, in iit
the Strathcona.
D. P. Kane, postmaster of Kaslo, was
in town last  night.
Mr and Mrs .1 II. Taylor srrived
from Nakusp ia-t night.
R  s  Lennie attended the ootui oi f.
vision at   Kaslo yesterds-3
A. McQueen, of KatnlonpH. arrived
from the main   line lasi   nbht
I.'iiiIh Pratt. of Sandon, cann down
last night and 1- at  the Hume
.lames Cronin arrived  from Bpokane
last   nlghl   and  is  al   the   lluni<
.1 !���' Murray, assistant nostoffiee inspector Tor the mainland of Hritish Col
utnt.i;i, was in the ciiy yesterday
Dr.Wlllsonleft on the mldnighi train
for California, While absent his practice  will  he attended to  by   Dr   Arthur
Filberts, Almonds, Walnuts, Brazils,
Chustnnta, Apple Cider, Northern Spy
apples. Baldwin Apples, Jap Oranges,
FlgB, large layer, California Oranges
and Malaga Crapes.
A   large   assorlment   of   Xmas   goods,
Wholesale and retail prices per quantity
I'hune 20n. '."* 'i imk.-r St.
_mii aom n r
Let Us "Sock" it to You
in   the  latest  Fall snd Winter style* of
Men's Pine Esfoster]   We ai
uji   wph   the   'ui'--'   Hoes ever lmpM-4
Comfortable  and  durable In *���
elegsnl    in You  will ad
mire the new d-F-rigni and patienu,
vhich at-* pirsi-iv.-'y ptaestag to ail
. it and partlealar drensrs. AH f_t
oolora, BAd warranted to give ve-ir.ni
and  washing miti**ifacilon.
Wi i onid Uks to see all rat i atronaoonlioftahta this winter and in order-
do no we have tn s.<- ���'. assmted lino of heating stoves aud t��ol.lnt
stoves  and   ranges  ever   before  pi     - ated to the public in Kootenai.
We would  be   pie*   ed  f"  _hOS   yon    our line and before making your pm>
chase kindly see what we have to otter.
J. H. Ash down Hardware
Company. Llmtted. Neiwn Bnntn.
Wl-iole**..It;   lJ>rt>vli>*lf>n'��,
Oov(.r.iin.,i.t Cr��*..irry One Ponnrt Knciks r��-*��iT��l wwkly fwb from Hal   ^
nhani     Kur wil.- l.y itll l.adniK (frooers
Oflloe nnd w-Rn-bonae :  tl.raatnn Work,    P.ione 79.
Nelson, B. C.     \
Josephine Street.
���_2_S Lombe-, Shingles,
L��th, Moulding^ Doors, Windowfli.^
Turned Work nnd Brocket*.. UMXX Or-H pwmP* ��tl"n
VHRNO.N.Hiki i;r  ...  sTOi���Of*.. *��__
Your Xinas List
is not eoniph te unl ��9 \o,i bave on n n
pair of slippers for some member td the
family. Tin* largest and beat stangs of
slippers we have * ��sr ihown are for your
Inspeotlon this season, Gentlemen's
bonae slippers In fancy leathers. Ledies'
Dress tlrpperS) Full Bomeos and bedroom
���Uppers.      All kind*, ol   slippers for cbil-
The  Royal
R.   ANDREW    &   CO.   Proprietors.
For Miners, Lum=
bermen, Ranchers,    Housekeepers.
Let os  Sappy Yoar Ne*^
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd-


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