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n I.lthla Water.
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nrink Halcyon Lithla l.enioii Sour.
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Qtlje -Daily OtanaMan
Will be delivered    every evening    at
your door for
so cents a Morvm
er Adds Another to
List oi Victims
(Iiuce Men Tried to Cross Stream on
Logs���Wrecked on Boulder���
Iwa Were Saved.
I)   nl   srthur Smith,  which  is
|^ lard   Furniture  company s
king  [tarlors, will  he  placed on
Itli. 1 re.  boal   tonight   for sliipmetii to
I al   Soiuhbrook.   11.-ai
P                         Scotia.
.1.    ....lined    ,111    Monday
|; to lhe list Of Hlocun
Its lAlltil
mployee of J   I'atrlck at
It i   camp   on   the   Slocan   river.
1' 111   c.uiipany   wlUl
II inothei. started oat to
,�����-;.'           banks   el   logs   that   had
I* Descending one  bauk
utile rlvei ihi )  found that moat of the
Lentlon were on the op
1 Holding two logs together
I* th.   three men aitempt-
the improvised rait ai a
ll"'���'.���   ��ben      :..-   river   Is   narrow   but
I n iTt.t strong.
ilnl   there  are   many  large
|: 1 ��� d ..1 the stream, sons
]��� tlii   surface, others cov-
P** '������������   ' ..I water.    Ot. one
ii>.    Latter their frail
il one or his companion..
|: i   --iite   tooting   on   U.e
I ' d und was swt.pt down
-���-��,.     au, .1..-.   tie   v,.,��  .-..iu
I :..:  with a boulder or over*
li'im.  1...  the mi.1.1. 11 shock  will not be
fkc-v,t,    ii,   returned no answer to the
v   ..I  lhe oilers und his
'���"���' ��� ��� n lost lo view,
II va   twi ,'\ uiinui.es helore the stir-
I sded In attracting attention
I' \ search was linuiedl-
I"' un   ini   11   was several hours
I body   was   located   IM
��� nn lying In about five
" "' S'ater,  and  life was already cx-
| Unci
���si   bod)   was   brought   to   the  city
Particulars of the ac-
Iven to  In   H,  c. Arthur.
oroner,   who   decided   that   It
:" "'" !"   '     ar)  lo hold an lil'illest as
��ras clearly accidental.
Il,:i'    '     ..in .1111   locally     of     Arthur
:   !l     Hi   wai   a recent  urrlvul from
und his home was In the Nova
*    ���" vil .,.-.  ,,i Southbrook.    lie waa
"*   n|an. 111   14   years   of   llge,
splendid physique.
��ti.| ,,t
encan League in Seaaion-���View, on
Duties  of Officials.
I,utt��'��. N   y . Nov. .'..-The twenty*
J*"11"" annual meeting of the National
"���"������ n form l...mige. ,.r which
"""'''   '      Oilman,    president    emeritus
'"'"c*  Hopkins   University, Is  presl-
���at. began at the Iroquois Hotel in this
1)   today      T)l(,   attendance   Includes
��� moB>     prominent     workers   or  lhe
ulMr>  '"'  the betterment of civil ser-
 ' ���" this meeting, aa in the past.
'xl>'ii.<l that several Important
''is will |���. discussed. Aiming these
'"' " report ���n the recently pub
'"',| Plan of a subcommittee of the
11 ' "uimisslon ror the retJrBment ol
""ni". ni employes on pensions, and
��� pap,.,
11 'be political activity or pub-
Pope  Piu. Determined To    Cru.h    Out
Modernist  School.
Home. Nov. 6.���The virtual excommunication or the Rev. Father Tyrell.
the English .lesult, who severely criticized the poiie's recent Encyclical on
Modernism, will, it is said, probably he
followed by the adoption of similar
measures against German. Italian and
French  inuderulsts.
The retirement or Mgr. Lacrolx
Bishop <,f TarentalBO. France, who favored the acceptance hy the clergy of
the church and state separation law. Is
considered to lie primarily due lo the
prelate's lack of sympathy with the
pre_nj ultramontane policy ol Ihe Vatican. The reason given for the bishop's
retirement, however, was 111 health.
The pope has ex-communicated the
authors of the reply u, hi.i recent encyclical on "Modernism," and has Instructed 'he various bishops lo forhld
this reply being read in their dioceses
In their reply ih,- modernists srgued
that the church always had and should
now adapt itseir to the exigencies of
the age, and they had the right to discuss lhe Mil.!,, and other sacred writings, which they held to Im- human productions.
Philadelphia   Archaeologist   Thinks   He
Ha. Found Remnant of Ancient
lit official
'"-' initial session this morning open.
s�� w|l�� an  address    ���f    welcome   by
y��r Adam. President Oilman re*
l"mi��'<l.   and    aiohatd    Henry   llnna,
noli "f thu ,;0UUL��* '���<"*d tno "-
^ ai ireport of that body.   This evening
���UWlc i-"hsI������ lH to oe heid llt w),^!,
��� "Pealtcrs will Include Presides Oil-
ti,....'.,.'",'">"''  Hughes ami Attorney*
,   '���" Bonaparte,
"���ni',l'"'!"w lhe olllcers ror the ensuing
Wli|i.,,    ,  h'ctci.    In  the afternoon
Milk i, "   ,"""''V   '"Outlte  of   Irullalia   will
I . ""    HeBtriction of the  I'ollllcal  A.O*
Philadelphia. Nov. C.���Dr. George II.
Gordon, ciiramr of the University of
Pennsylvania',, archaeological depart-
���Mat, who return*,! yesterday after a
six months' expedition through the
wildest regions of the Northwest, announces the discovery of a new race
living along the Koskokwini river In
Dr. Cordon brings hack a strange
tale of this new race, which had never
before seeu a while man, and which
differs from all other tribes of Alaskan
,,-   nr.~A ��--     -  .���.war .��,   inc race
In 11*05, and after Innumerable hardships he reached the territory in which
these alsirlglnes live In Adamic simplicity. They are called by the Ksklnms
"Kiiskwuganiiitcs," and show strong
traces of Mongolian ancestry. Crime
and vice are utterly unknown among
ih,.in and their religion Is natural pantheism.
They know absolutely nothing of corruption and degeneracy with which the
whites have Infected the Athabascan
Indians and Eskimos. Or. liordon lived
for several months among them.
"Though they are dying out," i)r.
Gordon said. ' they are strong and clean
physically and Intelligent. They have
retained the most ancient characteristics of dress and speech. In clothing,
instead of wearing ruts, they sew skins
Of birds Into robes, using the breasts
of loon and various species of ducks
which abound In the river."
of their clothing, utensils, amis, etc..
Dr. Gordon gathered collections, und
When they arrive he and other ethnologists, will try to discover whether the
tribe Is of Asiatic origin or whether It
migrated from Lowe r California.
This new tribe Is Ihe only one in
Alaska which makes pottery, Dr. Gordon says. All the others are basket
weavers. Dr. Gordon believes the race
to be of ancient Astatic origin, gradually driven hack by the Athabascan Indians and F.skiiuos to
Its present quarters, which Is a
natural fmtress.   They represent, per*
ka.    Wh nde   their   way   there   In.m
Asia. .
They are monogamists, and no such
thing us vice Is known among them,
They are permitted hy their priests I"
have more than one Wife, BUI never do
so. Thev have no laws at nil lull are
governed' by patriarchs. They are tall,
and lhe women arc graceful and beailll-
"Thcrc are only 400 of them left,"
said Dr. Gordon "11 Is In I"' boned
for tlU'lr "like thai they die out before
the while traders get to them. Then
they can die as cleanly nnd happy as
they   live."	
11  ihe  Officeholders."    John  i.
{  Hurrah,  will   li.llt  on   "Com
l.inmlnallnns   for   Legal   Post
""'I   Pullet-ton  la. Waldo, aecra-
1 ihe Pennsylvania Civil Service
"Civil m A""00*atlon,    will    talk about
service Retort? in 1'liliudclphla."
Russian  Government  Sends    No  Relief
to   Karatagh.
si. Petersburg, Nov. ��.���The Russian
government is Inking no Stent to scud
a relief expedllum to Knrutngh. To do
so would be contrary to the Russian
policy of non-lnlerrcieiice lu the Inter
nai affairs or Bokhara, and ll would involve a Journey or over live hundred
miles through the mountain! froni the
nearest Russian point
It is not known here what steps tno
Bokharan government Is taking to semi
lu relief, bul II would appear to be nc.t-
l-ig with the usual nnd oharaoterlaUO
Asiatic fatalism aud procrastination.
Heir Apparent to Dual
Archduke Francis Ferdinand Said To
Be Reactionary and Opposed
to Alliances.
Southern States, which will he In session two days. There will be papers
addresses and discussions on numerous
subjects relating to higher education in
lhe South.
London. Nov. 6.���A man whose personality and character have become
suddenly ltu|>ortant Is Francis Joseph
K. r.linand ol Hapsburg, the nephew or
Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria.
The stricken Austrian emperor still
lives; but it seems ikely that the cHbIs
that he has successfully passed is the
beginning of the end, and so 1.1b heir
���tecs, out Into the glare of public at-
i, in ion and joins lhat little group of a
dozen or so���the most Important men
in the world. Ab is well known Francis Ferdinand is the nephew of Francis
Joseph, ihe latter's son and heir to the
Ausiro-Hungarlan throne having euded
a riotous life hy his own hand.
That Francis Ferdinand, at tho age
of 48, is alive and healthy and heir to
the throne Is a surprise to a great many
Auslrlana and others, for soon after the
death or his cousin, the crown prince,
he was Blricken with a serious malady
that threatened to make bin. an impossible candidate, even If It did not end
his lire. Hut he pulled through, and in
his convalescence Ml in love wlUt couu-
less Sophia Chiilek, lady-in-waiting to
ArchduchesB Frederick. tier he Insisted iiiKui mairvt'c-, ,.-������ ' , ���
 .���.���� .S, nis TBjtii relatives, and especially in opposition to the eniimror.
Finally, however, a morganatic alliance
was tolerated, on the express understanding that his wile should never
share the throne with him, and that
not. of their children should have any
claim upon It. Tbe alliance tended lo
keep Francis Ferdinand in lhe background for some years after bis marriage.
His morganatic wife, however, is a
woman of perseverance and resource,
and was hy no means sultsiied with the
lurerior isisition assigned to her. She
early set herself to work up a standing
on her own account. As a staunch
Roman CaUmllc, her home became in
time a sort of ixilltlco-eccleslastlcal
headquarters,    other groups  gathered
round her, and now It Is realized that
ir she lias not the .shadow, she has the
substance of real Inftuenoe. Her husband, too, Is a very devout Roman
Call),die, and Is disposed to frown upon
thu modern movement to limit the
scope of chinch authority to church af-
ralrs. He is not to be counted among
the progressive rulers or prospective
nil, rs or mankind, und it Is known Hull
ll,'disapproves ol the policy ol concilia-
tlon that has heen adopted with regard
to Hungary. It Is also said that he Is
not disposed to bumble himself before
Berlin, and that he can he depended
on lo resist German Inllueuces at
Moreover, his dlataste for tho Triple
Alliance and his belief that the friendship with Italy Is a mere sham are
matters of common knowledge. He
rightly understands the patriotic hope
of thousuuds of Italians that the provinces oi which Austria once despoiled
them may some day he restored to Italy.
In this portion of Austria. Italian remains the language of Ihe people, und
Italian they are In every sense hut a
political one Italian statesmen refer to
the territory us unredeemed Italy. In
short the next AiiBirlan emperor realizes
before mounting lhe throne that, In effect, Hie Triple Alliance Is sb defunct
us the Dual Alliance, and Blnce he Ib
nul a lover ot Germany, It Is difficult lo
see where ho would look to strengthen
his country against tho possibility of
war. Austria, however, Is a capital Illustration of a country held lntuct hy
pressure from without, rather than by
cohesion from wllhln.
New   Battleship.   Will     Have   Heavier
Armament Than  Dreadnought.
London, Nov. 0.���It was rumored here
recently that the new HriUsh battleships of Ihe Dreadnought type were to
have i:i.S-ineb instead of 12-Inch guns.
It was know,, that such gunB were being constructed. It now appears, however, that they are for the two Brazil-
Ian battleships, the orders for which
have been placed with the Armstrongs.
These gigantic guns mark a notable
step In naval construction and armament. They will be mounted In special
barbettes and so arranged that they
will be able to concentrate their fire
on either broadside. It Is declared that
the piercing power of the shells thrown
by these great guns will be greater
than that of any others now in use.
Roller Skating.
Harry Gibson announces lhat the
new roller skating rink will open Saturday evening, Nov. 9th.
Arbitration Board.
A number of visitors came into the
city last night exacting to take part In
the proceedings of the arbitration
hoard, which was adjourned until today. The meeting was further adjourned until Friday, and lt is probable that
there will be a still further adjournment
S. O. E.
^ There will be a meeting of the S. O.
E. in the K. of P. hall tomorrow evening at S o'clock sharp. It has been 'de-
tided to hold two meetings a month
during the winter, to take place on the
Hrst and third Thursdays It. each month.
The second meeting lu the month will
be a social.
No Cauie for.AUrrn, ,  ,������...
ested In fruit lands In the Kootenays.
has just returned from a trip
through Alberta, Saskatchewan and
Manitoba. Mr. I-angrord made a careful study of the conditions prevailing
in those three provinces, and is convinced that there is no cause for alarm.
The crops are nol up to the average,
but the loss will not be anything like
what has been reported. It is true that
there is little or no speculation In lands,
but the lands have not depreciated ln
value, and tho demand today would be
quits as great as ever If the banks had
not pursued a policy of systematic retrenchment. It is generally felt that
the stringency will only he tenitKirary,
and that with the opening, of spring industries of all descriptions will resume
at least normal activity.
Mr. Borden's Campaign
Is Bearing Fruit
F_tt Cknts a month
Leader Satisfied With Prospects of
Party���Comment at Capital
on Political Outlook.
Southern Educators Msst.
Athens, Ga., Nov. 6.���The University
of Georgia was the Mocca today for a
hoBt of prominent college presidents
and Other educators from Virginia to
liOtitstunn. The occasion Is the rormul
convention or the Association of Colleges and Preparatory schools of the
Heard From at Last.
For some months there has been a
feeling of uneasiness in the minds of
the many friends of JoBeph D. Downs
ln this city, lt will he remembered that
a few months ago Joe was not to be
found at his usual haunts. Inquiry re-
v, aled the fact that the one time exponent, of Shnkespeare and the legitimate drama had departed with an
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" show. Since that
time until yeBterday nothing was heard
of Joe. Lust night a gentleman who
has jllBt heen to Fernle brought the
news to Nelson that Mr. Downs was
lying In the l.asiil.. In that city, not
having the wherewithal to satisfy the
minions of lhe law as indemntlicntion
for having shattered one of the bylaws to pieces. It Is understood that
Immedlalely upon his release this well
known old citizen will return to Nelson,
to reside permanently.
The .lore McAuliffe company, which
op. us an engagement at the opera bouse
this evening, bad an experience that
for a time mado every bit of stage effect look very tame indeed. Last May
the company had been playing at the
opera hoime In Plctou. Nova Scotia, and
were hooked to appear the following
Monday evening at Charlottetown.
P. E. I. The boat on which they look
passage when out ten miles from Bhore
was stopped by the Ice. and had to turn
back. The next day nnolher atari w-as
made and thla lime nt Ule very point
nl which they had been stuck the day
helore the boat was completely bus,.
rounded by the Ice nnd could not move
either backward or forward. They remained ln this position for three days
when Iho bout began lo list to one side,
and the captain rearing that the bont
would capsize ordered th,' passengers
into Ice boats. They at last Biiccecdcd
ln making a landing on u small nnd almost uninhabited Island, where they remained for three weeks with scarcely
anything to eat. Al biBt they wore
rescued, hut only after they had suffered great privations. The members of
the company are not llkcy to forget
their experience for many months to
Ottawa. Nov. G.���Mr. Borden's visit
to the west, now at an end. has partaken of the character of a triumphal
march through that magniflcaut portion
of the Dominion. The circumstance la a
tribute to the personal qualities and
the public virtues of Canada's foremost
citizen, lt Is also an evidence that the
IK*o|,le of the west, who are the victims
to so large an extent of the policy of
graft and of the system of election
roguery, are determined to secure the
relief which Mr. Borden is pledged to'
give. The Great West has welcomed
the Conservative leader as Its deliverer
from official wrongs and from political
oppression, and what It now looks for
is the backing of the east in the fight
i inn is impending.
Of the east there Ib evry reason to
take a hopeful view. At the last general
election corruption, such as that committed for Finance Minister Fielding,
did Its dreadful work In the Maritime
Provinces, and gave the Ottawa grafters
a majority of unjust proportions. The
recent demonstration at Halifax In favor of Mr. Fielding Is an indicium that
no such result is expected next, year.
That histrionic venture was more of
the nature of the cry  of distress   than
of �� rTtlvr****^���*!    '     '*" *'       ���*������-* ������
government knows that its position in
the east has been undermined, and that
all tbe belter Influences are against it.
With Uie appearance of Sir Charles
Hihhert Tupper in the field, and the altered sentiment throughout the Marl-
time provinces, there can be no doubt
that the demand for reform will be
strongly voiced at, the polls when the
next appeal Is made. The state of affairs in Quebec is apparent to all. Here
the spell Is broken, und the division has
set In among the Liberals. The consequence of the division Is the discovery
by the people of truths that had hitherto been suppressed. What the ultimate
result will be is obvious. The great
province which has declared against
impropriety In administration more
than once already may be expected to
sp.-ak emphatically on that point at the
general election. Ontario is with the
party of reform very strongly. The
government admitted that such was the
case when lt abandoned London, and It
found lis views confirmed by the decision of East Northumberland. In the
latter constituency, notwithstanding the
grossest corruption, the people increased their majority against the grafters.
These significant facts, united with the
repulse of the new minister. Goo, Graham. In the Brockvtlle provincial clec
tlon, unite to Indicate that the country
is ripening for reform.
The outlook, tho Dominion over, is
excellent for a successful campaign
against tbe grnflors. and tho insinuation of u clean, business government,
under Mr. Borden, at the federal capital. Public opinion Is rapidly shaping
Itself for a change, and the more Ihe
people know of Mr. Borden the more
anxious they are that he should assume
the direction of affairs. It Is fortunate
for the country Hint It has, at this critical moment, a public man of the character, the worth, and the ability of Mr.
Borden to take the helm, nnd to guide
lhe ship of state into calmer sens.
v weeks
���}orts In-
best district v-.-j year Is
awford Bay, where deer and
Frank, Nov. 8.��� Messrs. Flummerfelt
and Galer, officials of the Alberta Coal
Co.. have purchased the mines of thi*
nreckenridge & Lund Co. nt Ludbreck.
Calgary, Nov. 6.���P. W. Thorold has
accepted a very lucrative and desirable
position nt Kelownn. B. C, nnd will
leave next Sunduy to take up the work.
Mr. Thorold for two years was In the
employ of tho city as clly engineer,
which posillon he resigned to take up
Independent work,
Reduction of Rates.
WInnliieg. Nov. 6.���Tbe attention of
the Canadian Pacific Freight Traffic officials was drawn to a despatch which
was wired from Winnipeg to the Montreal Herald and published ln their issue
of tbe 5th, to the effect that under tbe
new tariffs the rates from Winnipeg
would be advanced 30 per cent., and
that the C. 1*. It. 1n making the change,
have raised the rates to the maximum.
They gave this statement an emphatic
denial, stating that wiih the reduction
that will be made In the all rail rates
frotu the cast aud the reduction which
will he made from Che present rates,
Winnipeg outwards, tin- cost laid down
throughout the west w ill be considerably lowered.
B. C. Industry.
A. E. Bennett, representing the
Southern Okanagan Fruit Growers' Exchange, with headquarters at Penticton.
is in the city. Mr. Bennett is here trying to Introduce the goods canned by
the fruit exchange, and so far is meeting with success. This year the exchange canned two carloads of tomatoes, and those who have tested tbe
goods put up by the company state that
the product is not excelled in Canada.
The goods are considerably heavier to
the can than the imported article. This
is the first year the exchange has engaged ln canning, and the result has
been so gratifying that the cannery will
he Increased in size, and other products
added next year.
Results of the   State   Elections Reveal
Surprising Strength���Utah Saved
From Mormons.
Trenton, N. H., Nov. t.���Indications
early today are that It will take the official court to decide the result of the
clgee vote for governor between J.
Franklin Fort, Republican, and Frank
nutKn'is,rmWrgV(, ,&n,,V.=!:at.- ^ "^es
votes. As many of the country plurafi-
ties returned are partial estimates their
correctness is disputed by the Republicans who claim that the corrected returns will show the election of Fort.
Salt Lake, Nov. 6.���By the election of
John D. Bransford, as mayor, the general city ticket, and a majority of the
city council, the American party will
retain complete control of this city for
two years. The victory was won on the
Issue of the Mormon church domination, the Democrats claiming that other
parties were under ecclesiastical control
In Ogden the Democrats elected Alexander Brewer. Provo, the home of Republican Senator Smoot, elected W. A.
Dicker mayor. At Logan, Wm. Edward.
Democrat, was elected mayor with tbe
whole of the ticket. The Republicans
carried Park city.
To Protect Their Interests.
New Orleans, Nov. 6.���A number of
persons in Louisiana and Mississippi
holding policies In the Mutual Reserve
Life Insurance company and tbe Mutual
Reserve Fund Life Insurance association met in conference In this city to
day for the purpose, as set forth in the
call for the meeting, of "taking steps
for the protection of their interests and
their legal rights as isjllcyholders."
Modest Request.
Halifax, N. S., Nov. G.���Five court
stenographers have gone on Btrlke because Attorney-General Pipes declines
to pay Ihem for time spent in travelling when on circuit The statute fixes
their pay at (en dollars a duy. Thu
men want this appl' 1 to travelling as
well as time spent i.t court.
Refuse  to Shave.
Hainlton, Nov. ft.��� \ barbers
Is threatened,
The men want Increased
Accident on German Ship.
Kiel, Nov. ��.���Tho headers of Ihe Oer-
man school ship Blucher exploded Ihls
morning while the vessel was near
Murwlck. It Is reported that elghl men
were killed and twenty-two Injured.
Montreal, Nov. 6.���Political corruption of all kinds, In Dominion, provincial aud municipal circles, received a
scathing condemnation from Rev. Dr.
Barclay, chaplain of Canadian artillery,
at St. Paul's church, when pleaching
to lhe second regiment ol Canadian artillery. Dr. Barclay pointed out tho
many forms In which there were abundant evidences of official chicanery In
all sorts of waj'B, from tho exploiting
ol' timber  lands  to  personal gain   from
the distribution of patronage, ami demanded how lt wns that public conscience was ho lethargic and whether
there were not enough decent, honest
men In Cnnnda to riBe up nnd put a
stop to such a system, which was disgracing instead of exalting the Canadian
Important Statement by
Result of Action Initiated by Pierpont
Morgan Is General Solvency    ~
and Security.
New York, Nov. 6.���Following an extended-conference in the lbrary of J. P.
Morgan with prominent New York bankers, including the beads of the various
Trust Companies of the city and the
officers of the Trust Company of America, and of the Lincoln Trust company,
an important statement was Issued this
morning showing a final settlement of
tbe difficulties that disturbed local
banking conditions. The statement follows:
"The committee of the trust companies of New York city has had the assets
of the Trust Company of America and
the Lincoln Trust company examined
by experts, who report that ln their
judgment on the present basis of values,
the assets of each company are suffi-
cien to pay IU depositors In fulL It
has been arranged that a majority of
the slock of each company shall be
placed under the control of a committee
composed of Mr. Kindt, president ot
the Union Trust company; Mr. Sheldon,
president of the United States Trust
company; Mr. Mars ton. president of the
Farmers' Loan and Trust company;
Mr. Waterbnry, president' of the Manhattan Trust company; Mr. Castles,
Central Trust company, who will act tn
advisory terms, and the necessary
financial arrangement has been made
to enable both companies to proceed
with the business."
Secretary's Brother  Dead.
Ottawa, Nov. 8.���Hamilton Scott,
ony   surviving  brother of   Hon.   R.
Scott, is dead at 1'rescott, Ont.
Not  Importing   Miners,
aydned, N. S., Nov. G.���Tho Dominion
Coal  company  denies    a    cable  report
from London that it la importing miners
from tho old country.
Will Walt a Year.
The company formed to build the new
theatre in Nelson has decldod to suspend operations for a year. The promoter claims that sufllclent capital has
been subscribed to ensure success.
H. C. Brtggs left for East Kootenay
this morning.
D. P. Kane, postmaster of Kaslo, was
at the Hume last night.
Alex. Lucas, provincial assessor, ar-
river from Kaslo last night.
Mrs. D. C. Coleman has returned to
the city after a month's visit in San
A. D. Wheeler and Mrs. Wheeler came
down from Ainsworth last nlgbt and are
at the Strathcona.
A. B. W. Hodges, manager of the
Granby smelter, arrived from the
Boundary last night
J. F. Langan leaves Chicago for New
York tomorrow. He will return to Nelson in about a fortnight.
S. S. Taylor received a telegram this
morning from Rochester, Minn., that
his son, Ross, who is undergoing treatment there, Is very low.
R. B. Brown, the new superintendent
of the electric light and tramways, and
Mrs. Brown arrived last night from
Calgary and are at the Hume.
J. W. Nunn has resigned his position
as city clerk of Fernle, and will Join
bis brother In the real estate business
at Vancouver.
Geo, Fisher, of the local office of the
AUIs-Chalmers-Builock company, has received word that Manager Zavitz will
arrive in the city tonight.
J. Methot. nn old Kootenalan, formerly eusi.Mns collector at Greenwood, now
in the service at Ottawa, who has been
spending his holidays ln the west, left
for Ihu east this morning.
The St. John Sun of Oct. 31st. now to
hand, contains an account of the niar-
mlago in Truro, N. S., on the 30th, of
P. W. Gordon of Nelson*, and Miss Lolltu
Craig of Truro, and addB that Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon will spend their honeymoon In Quebec and then leave for
Oscar Appleton. Gordon Hallett, F.
J. SammonB, Rapt. Paddon, and many
other ranchers from Kootenay lake and
the Arm are ln the city today to attend the annual mooting of the Fruit
Growers' Asfioclatlon, the directors of
which are ln session this afternoon.
Public Dances.
There are already three public dances
ln sight during the balance of November, Ihe 20,01)0 club on tho 22nd, the
anil tuberculosis society on the 2llth,
and the Nelson United Football club on
the 30th.
Fruit Trees.
V. Dynes, the fruit tree dealer, is In
the clly awaiting the arrival of a carload ot uees from the Washington and
Oregon nurseries. Everything In the
car has been sold, and he exiatcts another shipment shortly.
Launch of Baleka.
The Baleka. Capt. C. II. Paddun's now
launch, was officially launched and
named last night and was taken for a
trial spin this morning, with, the owner
declares, entirely satisfactory results.
The Baleka la a 30-footer with ten nnd
a half horse power engines and can
easily make ten miles an hour. The
hull was constructed by Geo. Hale, the
machinery procured by J. W. Astley,
and the Installation performed by
Messrs. Hale and Astley Jointly. The
workmunshlp ln all particulars is of the
finest. The name Baleka Is of African
origin, signifying "Tho Fast One," the
act as heralds and messengers tn the
chiefs. The Baleka will be a notable
ad,in ion to Nelson's already fine fleet of
pleasure craft.
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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.
In the meantime it will pay you to await their   arrival
before making your purchase.
Tne Daily Canadian
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We carry the fines! lines of
Worsteds, Cheviots. Venetians.
nnd Irish Tweeds in the west.
Every garment is guaranteed, to be in
the  most  correct  fashion.
Imperial Bank of Canada
**���*��� TT I     tf~\ftl ���     . ��� I  arws��av\��reaVe***)
Head Office:   Toronto.
 $10,000,000    Capital
Hest   ..
D. R. W1LK1E. President,
Capital Authorized
.. .      4,830,000
Paid   Up   ..
Branches in ;3:itish Columbia:
Interest  allowed on  deposits   fr. m date of deposit and credited quarterly.
NB,,ao*v t^ArsCM ��-'���.   M.   LAV,   Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
���rle"gV-o��t�����though Sir Wilfrid was returned with as large a majority as Mr.
Borden's most enthusiastic friends could
expect Mr. Borden to have.
"The   people    who    have   heard   Mr.
Borden, face to face, believe him to be
sincere���believe that  he  really  desires
to give legislative effect to his platform.
Hut the people believed Mr. Laurler to
lie sincere���believed that he was really
desirous of  giving  legislative  effect to
his platform���yet we are all face to face
with lhe  fact that not one of his  preelection promises was ever carried out."
pendents,   privately even by all  intelligent   Liberals,  that   not   only   has   the
Liberal  platform of lS'JII not been carried out hut that no attempt has been
made to do so nor will be made by the
Liberal party as at present constituted.
What then is the   duty of    Canada?
The Tribune admits that tbe doubt of
Mr.  Borden's  ability  to  carry  out  his
programme is based entirely on Sir Wilfrid Laurier's failure to curry out his.
Is that a fair or reasonable ground for
refusing him the opportunity?
What would be the effect of another
Liberal victory? Would lt not he an
Intimation to the rising generation of
Canadians, and on the part of Canada
lo the rest of the civilized world, that
honor and honesty are held of no account ln the Dominion, and that wrong
doing by the rulers Is easily condoned?
Can Canada afford to make such an admission? Is It sufficient answer to say
thut the other side, the only possible
alternative, might he as bad.' The Tribune would certainly agree
could not conceivably be wort
that    it
Incorporal-id A. D. 1869.
 $3,900,00 J     Reserve Fund	
auviouB   wc...,   -*r-.........   ......
interest    credited    Quarterly    on
Ssvings Bank Accounts.
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction ft
of all  kinds of Banking  Business.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Published ill 0��yi a wees by the
Baker Bt..   Nelson, B. O
auDBcrlptlon rates, 50 cents a month delivered
In the clly, or *5.ou ��� year if lent M mail, when
paid ln t-.tlvi.ijce.
Advertising rates nn application.
AU monies paid   tu   settlement ,ot   The Dally
Canadian account*-,
ftiiverllHlnKi nr*��J
foruiH oi uie Company.
tor subscription! nt
ii for on the printed
Other receipt*-  nre not
Wednesday,   November 6,  1907.
At the next Dominion elections which
are probably not more than nix months
distant, if so long, the Canadian elector
ate will have to decide between sir Wilfrid Laurler and Mr. Borden.    Whatevi i
may be the  ultimate tendencies of _i:
Wilfrid's  poller,  with  his  steady  evus
inn    of    imperial    responsibility,    b.g
equally   steady   invasion   ol   provincial
rights, iiis weakening ot   his   cabin *',
voluntary or Involuntary, and tne <��� u
Quent attempt to rule  through il ipui
ministers,  the   present     niaim ���������* nr
are nol essentially anti-Conservad '���
if iii*' Conservative party    ��'  u*ia io
power ii   will   be to maintain   tbe la.  d
features of the    Nation.d     Policy   v., :.
which the Uberala, to their uredlt   I
it said, have had lhe 860*0  nol   [0 la
per.    Conservatives would undoubted >
promote the  project of t-.ie  Dial   -  ������
Atlantic service  which  they  origlna ly
advocated,    aud    they  are    hlstO i< <3   .
pledged to the opening up and dev- top
ment of the wesl.
Undoubtedly the central ls��U3 in th.
next campaign will be not oppotlng ��.u
teles, but opposing stand���asls of boi < !
and honesty.    The decision will 'io in
the hands of those who are nol psrsti
tent supporters of either side, tndepen
dent opinion iu Canada has few channels of public expression but the U w
are Invaluable. The Toronto NeWS i*
the chief organ in Ontario and while ii
has still preserved its judicial position
it_ sympathies are unmistakably with
Mr. Borden.
In the west the Winnipeg Tribune i*-
almost the only paper which repudiate!
connection with either party. Its editoi
a former Liberal member of parliament,
was read out of the party for refusing
to obey tbe Machine. He has sine.
been the critic, the hostile critic, uf bolh
parties in the Dominion, in Manitoba
und Saskatchewan. The following extract from a recent editorial in the Tribune shows the Impression made by Mr.
".Mr. Uorden's platform, as drawn up
in his study, was weak, merely because
ii was vague���not specific in regard
to any of the more important planks
Mr, Borden's platform, as presented to
ihe people of Winnipeg by the leader
in person, was strong, merely because
it had laken possession of him during
hia two months' thinking over it and
discussion of it, and because the personality of the man was revealed in the
direct presentation of it to the people.
"But though the effect of Mr. Borden's
tour and clear-cut promises to the electors must be considerable, it is none
the Jess true that all the people have
before* them by which they can Judge
hint al present, is talk���and talk from
politicians, aa we know by sad expert-
i tic', is not greatly to be relied upon.
What We want is lhe proof���give us
"ilie- ocular proof���lhat Mr. Borden, if
entrusted with the great office of prime
minister of this great country, will carry
out���will, in fact, be able to carry out���
iii.' promises  thai  he has made.
"We ail remember the Liberal platform drawn up in convention in 189.1.
We .iii know the splendid things that it
"We all know how Sir Wilfrid Laurler
���then Mr. Laurler���occupying the same
position that Mr. Borden now occupies,
made a tour of Canada such as Mr.
Borden is now making, and how be
promised in the most solemn and con-
v iHiii:-'. manner to carry out the reforms
promised In the platform.
"We   all   know   that   those   promises
were broken.    \.,t one of them was car-
It   is   conceded   publicly   by   all   fnde-
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale Kootenay  Ice, Fruit,
Fuel & Poultry Co., Ltd.
N. E. co.. Baker   end   Wsrd   Sts.
Rate Session in Alabama.
.Murjlguiueiy, Ala, Nov. li.���The Alabama legislature, which convened in
special session today pursuant u> the
call of Governor Comer, is expected to
handle the railroad problem In a vigorous manner, though an Increasing conservative element is counted upon <"
prevent the enactment ui any laws ol
an extra radical nature. The object In
view will be to adopt legislation thai
will assure belter train service anil
more reasonable rates and to give the
i an- power to enforce Buoh laws. Severe) other matters will i,e brought up
al the session, but the railroad problems will be by far the most Important
matters to be given attention.
The annual meeting of the Nelson
Agricultural and Industrial Association
will be held in the Court House, Front
Street, Nelson, on Thursday, November
7, at 2 p. m.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have submitted to the Lieu-
tenant-GovernoS-in-Council a proposal
under the Hlvers and Streams Act for
the clearing and removing obstructions
from the Duhame) Creek t otherwise
known as Six-Mile Creek) In the District of West Kootenay, Province of
Ilritish Columbia, and for making the
said creek fit for rafting and driving
thereon logs, timber and lumber, and
fur erecting and maintaining dams on
the said creek, and for constructing
and maintaining booms for holding,
sorting and delivering logs and timber
thereon, and for attaching booms on
Kootenay Lake at the mouth of said
The lands to be affected by such
work are Lots 787, 788, 7601, 7773, 4:104.
8411 and 8413 all in Group One, Kootenay District, and other lands not Crown
Granted, occupied or improved.
The tolls proposed to be charged are
such as may be fixed by the Judge of
the   County   Court  of  West   Kootenay.
Dated the 28th day of October. 19U7.
Wharf G a m. daily for Kootenuy Landing and all points east. Close connections for Spokane. Returning arrives
City Wharf 7 p. m.
TRAIN NO. 45 for Rossland nnd all
Coast points, connecting with Steamer
Kuskanook leaves C. P, R. Depot 7.15 p.
m.   Wharf 7.40 p. m. dally.
TRAIN NO. 43 for Slocan, Roseberry
leaves depot dally except Sunday !)
a, m. Reluming arrives 6 p. m. dally
except Sunday.
TRAIN NO. 41 for RosHland-Hotindary
leaves Depot dally except Sunday 9.45
a. in. Returning arrives Nelson 10.30
p. m.
dally except Sunday, leaves City Wharf
7 a. m. Lardo days: Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.
For further particulars call  or write
A.u.l*.A..V.ncoiiTi.r. D r. A., Nelson
Price, of Metals.
York,   Nov.  G���Silver,
copper,   I3%c;   lead, $4.75.
London,   Nov.   6.���Silver
28*1.;   lead
Notice of Meeting.
Cascade  Water   Power  and   Light  Company,  Limited.
Notice Is hereby given that an extraordinary general meeting ol tbe Cascade Water, Power and Light Company,
Limited, will be held at the ofllces of
the company on Saturday the 2nd day
of November, 1907, at ihe hour of 2
o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of:
1. Authorizing the Issue of a series
of debentures, aggregating $375,000.00.
dated the 1st day of May, mo7, with in-
,.rp��t nt 4U oer cent, per annum, pay-
interest payable semi-annually on t'n'f
1st days of May and November in each
2. Authorizing the execution of the
draft Deed of Trust, approved by the
parties, which will be submitted to the
meeting, and made between the company, of the First Part, the Royal Trusl
Company of Montreal, of the Second
Part, and the West Koolenay Power and
Light Company, Limited, of the Third
3. Passing the resolution recited In
the said draft Deed of Trust.
4. Transacting such other business
as may properly come before the meeting.
Dated this lGth day of October; A. 1).
I!y Order of the Hoard,
Geo.  P.  Player
Office   Room   No.   2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
Nelson Land District, District of West Kootenay
Tnki- notice that M William**, occupation rancher; k h. Hmmrt.occupation electrician; an.i
it, LP, Smyth. occupation lumberman; all of
Procter, H- (.'., Intend m apply for a special Umber licence over the following detorrfad lands.
CntiinieneJnic   at a  pOft about three miles: easi of
wllton -real on smith shore of Kootenay Lake
thenoe south ho chains, thence eaat SO chain*-,
theneeiinrlh Ho chains, thence went HO chains to
point of eomineneeinent, containing MO acres,
more or less.
September S8th, 1907. H. Williams,
H. H. IlAMTIM --,
it h. p, Smyth.
Nelson Land District   District of Went Kootenay
Take notice that K. h. p. Hmyth, of Procter, B,
C, occupation lumberman, Iut**nds to apply for
a special timber licence over tbe following described lands:
Nn. 1. Commencing al a pout planted iieur the
northeast cnriierpost Ol Lot No 12M.'t, on Letm nh
Creek unit marked K. H I'. Hmyth south -.vest cor
uerpost No 1, theme-10 ehalnn north more or
less to nt..,',i midway of the south boundary line
of Umber Llcanoe No. MM, thence ��o chains cunt,
thence 40 < ha inn south, them-e 40 clmiiis oant,
thence 40 chains south, thence h�� ehaJn*< went,
more or less to the sruillieaat corner of aforesaid
Lot Nil 3M8, thence 40 chalna north, thence 40
chains west lo the point of commencement.
Dated 2Cth July, 1007. K. H. 1*. (SMYTH,
Henry BtlObOrt, A Bent.
Nelson Land OUtrlci. District oi Kent Kootenay
Take UOtloe that Hlmoti P. Hehiffel, of Nailer,
Idaho, occupation lumtiermnn, intend- lo apply
for a special timber licence over the following
described lands; on the eat-l Hide of 1'rlest river:
<'umiiieuclnK at a post planted on the east side
of Prlesl river, two and a half mlhs north of the
International boundary line, thence nor h m
chains, thence east Hil chains, thence south ho
chains, thence weal 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less
Hated Hept. 14lh, 11W7. SlMOff P. Kchifrkl,
k. w.HmTH, Agent.
Nelson l-and District.   District of West Kootenay
Take novice that Clyde K-MeClnre, of BilCvllle,
Wash , occupation   barber, intends to apply for
a special timber licence over Ihe following described   lands;   On the east side of  Driest  river,
two and h half miles north of the interiiatlomtl
boundary line:   Commencing at a post   t lautcd
two ii mi a half miles north ol the International
boundary   line,  thence   east HO chains,   thence
south K(> chains,   thence   west BO chains,  thence
north K0 chains to the point ol  commencement
and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated Hept, l��Lb, 1907.        <?I YDS E. MrCuiiK,
K. W. Smith, Agent.
Blouses and Dress Skirts
We will sell on Friday a splendid lot
��� ,f Ladles' Fall und Winter Waists si
Bai gain 1'rlces.
Blouses, regular price $1.50 al |L80;
$2.00  al   $1.60.
All N'.w Styles and Materials for Full
and  Winter Wear.
Ladles' Dress Skins, regular J4.00
Skins nt t" SO.
Ladles' Dress Skirts, regular ��i'..on
Skn Is   at    II 00.
LESS      THAN       HALF       PRICE.
Yon can buy a 10-acre Fruit Ranch  in   the best   fruit-growinK district
in British  Columbia by paying   Sio down and $10 per   mouth.
Even as an investment this is worth consideration.
Fruit Land has trebled in value within on year. What will it do next year.
J.    E.   ANNABLE
Nelson I-nnd Dis HOI. Dlstru'l of West Kootenay.
Take POttOC that Jay Hovee.of itiuvltle. \\���-h ,
occupation butcher, intends to apply for a ipectal
timber    licence   over   lhe    follow lug    described
land**; on the east 1*48 nf Priest river.   Com-
menoing at a poit pUuted our ami a hall miles
nortn of International boundary line, thence
east mi chains, thenOB sout** ni iimitis, lhenoe
���reel BO chains, thenoe north wi chalna to lhe
[Miint of cotniut-nceinent, einitaininn Mo acres,
more or less.
Dated Kept. Mill, 1907. Jay Home.
_, W.BMITH. Atfdit.
Nelson Land District.   District ot West Kootenay
Notice is hereby given thai 10 dari alter dale \.
joi.n P.Swedbergi tinner,of Nelson, b.c , Intend
to apply to th'- Hon   the   Chief   COffinUulonCt ol
l.in-l and Works for a special lioenoi to t ut and
carry away limber from the following deal rlbed
Urn.is situated on Hu in mi i creek, lu the West
Knoteuay District:
No. I.���Commencina* at a post raaiiced J. r. B*i
llint.ci limit, northeast corner post, located on
wesi fork of Summit creek about two mile- [nun
main creek, ibeuee running south "o chains,
thence running west to chains, thence ruiinDiK
north tO chains, thence west 40 abalM, then rj
north ko i i,,i ins. ihence runnin-t i.-asi to chains,
'hence running lontb^O chains, thence east 10
chains to p]a< e of commencement.
Located on the ***Hth day <.f August, l'J��7.
roinf PjBwuuno. Uicator.
I��cr ills tgont l'��h ��� Mc|to>.r.i i,
No '^.'t'onitiieneitig at a post murkcti J   y
timber limit, northwest corner   post, located ou
Weal fork of Hum in It creek, about two mil, a from
ninlu  creek, thenoe running smith  Ho chains,
thenoe   tuuiiIdk east HU chains,   thence   running
nori h bo chains, thenoa running weal BO chain!
10 (dace <if commencement.
Di.cated on tbe Wlh day of August, l.��07.
John r Birsomtao, Locator,
per his agent P-ICl MrI*��iNAi.n.
Notice Is hereby given mat t�� daya alter date I
Intend to apply to the Hon. chief ��� -.miii Issloner
of I uri.t- nnd '���"' niVs for i>.rmlHslon to purchaso
the following described lands, slioalol in West
Koolenay district : (,'oinmeiiciii|- Hi ti ih.si marked by name as initial post of the South Furk
branch, one hundred feet from the junction of
Lost crock with the south fork; tnenoe one-
i-j mirier mile to the northwest corner post, thence
oni- mile to the northeast corner post, thence
one quarter mile to the southeast corner post,
thence one mile to  the place o| commencement
jnnc in, iw.7        Csocated by Wu. Ootmohtt,
Nelson Land Dlslri.
'lake  DOttOe the*
Wash , occupation b
..   District of West Kootenuy
Wesley   Hovee. ol   KltzUllc,
poly for
���her. Intend)
a special tiin'ber licence over the folio
Olioed lands; mi lln- cast side of Plica! rlvir-
('oinmencltig at a post planied one and n hair
miles north of the intcrnnliniiiil noun 'iiry line,
thence west HO chains, thence aoutb ho ehnins,
thence cast HO chains, iheOOfl north HO chains to
point of commencement, containing (ilt, acres,
more or less.
Dated Hept. Mth, 1007. Wkki-E*.   Hover,
K. W. Smith, Ageut
Nelson Land District.   District of West Koolenay
Take notice thai Henry Beiehert- of Nelson,
H I. , prospector, Dueiid to apply for a special
timber licence over the following deacrllied
No. 1. Commencing ata pott planted near If.
W. northwest corner post, loi No. TOW, ami
marked '".lenry Keichert sou Ih west corner
post." thence Bu chains north, thence HO chains
east, thence HO chalna south, tlicnco HO chulliH
west to the point of eoinmetiecmenl.
Dated Hopl. tho '.tilth, 1007.
Ill'.iu ItRICllKHT, I.ociilor
Nelaon I~nd District.   Dlstrictot West Koolenay
lake notice that I, Charles Kidney U-ary, of
Iturlon City, B. v, , occiipaiion fanner, intend to
apply for permission to purchase the following
described land : Commencing at a post planted
ni,i,ui tivo miles northwest from ihe mouth of
MoN(|iillo creek and marked "C H !,'*, northeast
corner," thence south Ho chains, thence weat HO
chalna, thence north 80 chains, thence eaat 80
ehaina to point of commencement, containing
Hept, 7th, 1907. L'JIAKLB- Sl.lfSY LKAKY,
Ncl-ui I-nnd Dlitriet.   Distrlctof West KooU-nay
Take notice  that   William    Andrew    Hop��,  of
rernle  �� C.. bote I-keeper intends lo applT for
s si��- ihi t lint, r licence over th*i foihuring dee-
��� rlbed inti'li: Commencing at a p.nd planted
about -ix miles westOl the KiMitcnay liver, oil
Corn creek, Hi the lustrtct of W'eat Kooieiiay
and being about six miles north <>f tlie intci
nati *n��l honudarv line, and situate at the
ii.i iheast corner of William Andrew Koss* No
3 timber claim, thenoe north so chains, thene**
erect W chains, thence wmth SO chains, thence
cast 80 ehnius, u, the point of commencement.
Located July aard, 11*07.
Dated the BUl of Aug.  1007.
Wll.I.lAlf ANhtlKW i  ��� --
Nelson Land District    Distrlctof Weat XoottHlay
Take   notice   that  Patrick  Hbcran, nf  Nelaon,
ll.c,   m iiipun.m   pm-p- ei..r.   intends   In apply
ror a special  timber licence orat tht f.��: l���.*.* tug
described hinds:    Cnmmi'iieing at a p..��t planted
ni the > W oorner poii of lot ftn, being I'atticit
Bberan'i K. B. corner post running south ho
chains, thence weat 80 chains, linn, e north *>���
chains, thence cast 80 chains  to j.*.iut of com
Dated August .flat, t'S.T. I'ATRli k HiikkaM,
Kai'-g Hthami, Agent.
���Ing ata post planted 70ehalni
iteriy  direction   from cnnbiM
I a��c notice that fr* K. Taylor, OteTK, of Arrow
head, H. r , Intends to apply for a special licence
to cut limber from the following descrllsed
No. 1.   I'limmcn.'ln
distance in
lake marked   "'ra F. Taylor's, W. Parkins'
corner." bounded on theao-th by i. L No. 76M,
mi the west by i.L. i-o. 7672, thence north 80
chains, ihence east HO chains, thence south HO
chains, thence   west 80 chain*, to point  ol   cotn-
No. 8, Commencing ata post planted Hd ���halna
dlslauc'i and ln a easterly direction from ''arltKKi
lake marked "W. rnrkliia'. IraK Tayl'ira H. W.
corner posi." bounded on tlie west by T. L 7007,
���onth by Ira K. 'Jailor's and W. Parkins' i. L.
No. 1, ttience north iu chains, thence cast ley
chalna,  thence south in chains,   thence   west lflO
chaiiiH to point of ootnmeaoantent
\V    K. Of.n.vilt,
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay
Take notice that I. Kll/abelli PergttWn, of Nel
son. British   Ooll_nbla, occupation   married wo*
man. Intend to apply for p. rmission io porohaat
the following dOMCliOed land : Cnmmenciiig nt a
post planted -lu chains west of ihe soul beast corner of  Motion tx. Township on, Kootenay, and
marked '*_, F.'s N R corner,'' Ihence west BD
chalua, thence south 40 chains, ihence eait HO
chains, I he nee north to chains lo the place of
coiiiiii- nt eineiit and cuniafning BIO acres more
i.'ilh Julv, A. D. 1V*-i7. Ki.Ixatktii KmunnH,
hv WI Aa I 'alder, agent,
Nelaon Land DietrlOL District ol West Kootenay
Take notice lhat I, John bang, of Nelson, H. C,
oe. upatlon tulnvr Inteinl to ap|dy (or permis-
huiii   to purchase the following dcscrllx-d  landa:
Commencing at ��� post planted at the N. K. of
Lil Htji  thenoe ea��L 'JO chains, tbeuce south 90
ohalna, thenoe a est 90 chains, thence north 90
point of comineiicemenl, conlaluiug 10
.���I  less,
Augo���! and, 1007,
John Lano.
NeUon Land District.  District ol West -ootenay
Take notice Unit I, David Q    Kuril, of  Nclsotl,
B. C.
per nip*.
laud :
cupaiiuu merchant, intend to apply for
OH it. purchase the following descrllied
onimenclng at a post planted at the
���on tn wesl corner of soctiou 3i, township titf,
Kootui.ay, and marked "D. U, K.'a B, W. corner,"
thence   north   HO chains,   thence   cast  111 chains,
Ihence south ho chains, thence west to chalua
to ihe. point of couiuienccment and containing
���IW acres more or less.
lStb July, 11IU7. DavhiCI   KWhW,
                W   A. ('alder, agent.
Neliou Land District.   D.-unct ol Vtutt Koolenay
Take notice thai Coi_elitt! Bergman, of AX'
tons, Man., occupation larmer, intm-h '"��f_|
[or iH-rmlasion   IO  pun base  th.* followwi _��������
cribed land . -ommeocing a' �� i-*- f;inlt*,51
Frank F. Hcaman's .*-. B. corner, at a P��'"���f|
,'c. B. H.B.oorner,1'and running nn1 |
thence south Mo chains, *
Chains  to   place  nl   U-giiiiiUUC
acres of land, more or leai.
D.te.1 aird August. IVI   I WOWllWJ
Abthcr A   HcaTos.Arn*.
..a!QI,   '"''f-1 *���!
t-etitsm-oc *���!
cheuer. ��. G . oecups
loapidy for permission to put
iii.l District.   lMdr,,teia��t^njJl
irdus. IM kw
,si .ins ���" I
plintsd.l ii,.-~,uis t��,..,,.i��rr '���'��*?''*,'is-���
.��)-   Ol   Ih.-   Ilrlll.ll   ...I.Mlil.ls  "J"1'"'  ."Til
Won ..i.l r��ll,*.r. il..-,...--,"nl. f'"'i* ' ���{**; 1
mm a .imi,,..in*. *.;�����;;;,:;."!
e��t to stasias,  ta.no. norU. l" !���!. I
��rr ���l tl,�� rlKhl-..l-w��y ol il,r   ""' "tl,!c[ M
H��utl���*ri.   BillwsT, il,. i... �����'��������   '*' ���u
..1,1 rlslil-ol-ir.T to pljos "I .-..mmMMBn.
D.ti.1 tuts 2nd .t.j ��i asg'JJSr, r,nss
,. .Iter .ism. AtllHir A��'������S
(Banes CUT, ...';"'' ';
Hlxty  days
Isn.ls slliisle ,-ssl ol tl.
post niHr.,-,1 "A A H
plsiit,'.! st Lb.S
...^dsrtsSl I
,,nlH.I'.n<'i! |
Ibwesl ������������;��". "S I
,.l lot mti '��� !'" I
<l,i���. r- soulh ll.-hslii., ll"1""  *"""
plsi-v ot comm.-n.'i'in. u'
August 1st, i ��� .
AN.,1* -
Nol.on iJinil IH.trlrt   Imlrlrl "' ��'��' f'"'''''J, I
T���s,. no,,,-.. ,1.-1 An.,.. "'/'''I ���,,',,,VslS��
No 1..��..-���i,.ll,.i,ilr.-iii��i'.    ', : ,i.ti,-i*S
pcrinlssloii l- |."i. '.��-",""���     J VlJ,:     --'��'
Isn.is: Ooaun.noln. .1 s j. -��� i'"k ��� n
N. w. twrn.r I. c Sorrlsooi j'. lt(0,
slley. Ih. no,, north I""* l",',,���,I ��� I*1
sst lo-ty (10) i'll*1"".,,1,l',"''',,|.,,,, S��Sial*
sin., tE.no. wesl lorij-i* ) ,'"', . '
mm.no.mcnt,   sn.i oonl*J?_
.1 Misty (IWi)s.tos. niorr ,,r !,��.":.
DM Hop to nt.,t 2nd. ll��n
��� "  ,    . U'r.l K.-.'1'11"   ]
HsIsoS lssn.i Wslrtot. DUirloioi w��     [|u i
Ts... BOtlOS Hist ll-'1'!' ��rjJjSJ",,,' TDU'o;
is..r��ilssl.,nt�� |.ur.l,s�� ill"     '   p_sS,sisj
land:   (Jo.nm Ins,"1  " ,'   , i.'srlls-'ll"1';'.
��,*st shi.ro oIl'I'lH-r WhsIs n .1 '',.���.,.,hii��-
the H    K. oorner ol I"   " -'���''!.",.,��� 30 cb.��
Uianos ...mil SO .'ion"-- "" " ,,,,. its, ik'1"*,
mors or  ���" ���'"' 'f?"h���nSt .-ii��m-- "'"
Sffep^nl tfe_����S "--""",
'_t^85?.m.'.5%    1'h.o.i- B-saa*
��� "' ���  '  , vv,..| KiS>l*B*'
Nelson I*nd District.   ,""trlr,1���    .   0| aIW*
lako   ni.lloo   Ihsl   11 "t.".,
Msnllohli,     Isrmsr,      '   ' " ,|,���
permission I., pnnlissr ll"   ���"    .,lani... -- ,
InMd:  tuaua.nolng si mi ���.;     ,���iio wan
...v,m miles Iroin Ih. SIOB hot ���' ,,,��������� . J
..I northeast I'orni'r " '''}'",',�����<<"<> ',"��
marke.l "H ,l N. K oorn.r, sj,in     ������,b��
.-.,,. Imlri- th.nO. W.'-l *,',',' in |H,IIil �� '"
..lallis.  the..,.,' o��"l.*!i.'i"i".T.'��.
it WI
in..,... 11, oi.opntsjnlBj_JJp.jj,
���������i si"!1
,-,,,   VI. II.-,*,    s..,.---��� --"-        '".., ] -. I.
fitted soth ,tsy ol a ,,k"��'���'��'/,, (���,���-,��*����.
Astsssa" tsasa '""'���
Nelson I.ainl UHtrli���>.
Tako     BOtlOS   lh��l
Alton.,    Manlioba. bros
lor permission  l�� piin'1
orll.f.l Ian.I:    Ciiinmein'l'
lhe southesst lorner ol
0��e miles Irom  tno '"""
marko.l V r H.H fcoornl
north 80 chains, lhe	
south 80 ohslns, lln���i��'�� '"'   ft,�����ir,.,.
.���o.iirii.iH-.i.i.i.l. ''V1. " ....   i',.". ^.s
D.1,-,1 80th <l.y ol A0��a��i)_0j r.-J***^
S rli.lll''
po.nio' The Daily Canatuou
Ii you knew you could buy
.st quality stamped "Canada Approved"   by Government
' "inspection on every package, would   you trouble making it. particularly when it will Cost You Less.
We have it   in all  sizes to suit  families, boarding houses
Mbotcls.'y, M and 2,S lb- Pails; 6o lb- tubs>
P. Barns & Co.. Ltd.
,    ,,    ,1  ,1,1 Bonndary
Wholesale Provlssloriei,
Ooyenuiient Cr-siiiBry One Pound Bricks received weekly fro- from tbe
B0T������ eharn.    Kor sale by all leading (rrooers.
Oltloe and warohonse: Houston Block,   Phone 79.
Josephine Street.       ...       Nelson, B. C.
SnudW     ii of Appleton Drothers'  tract.    Improvements  on every  block.
leaders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
I Hi,-  uii.lerslincl, .1 Ills
... iu Ih. illy ���l Nelson.
.     lithe   hour ot ft o ,-Iihs . lu
��� . ,   i��v.   No,ember   lMh, 1WTJ,
.1   th.  "l'realilent" Mineral
iroup   1.   K.rfileiisy    ll.slrti-t.
_..l, .u .ti>   -r. 1 i.. [.e forfeited U, the frown
, ,   . Cltl ot Nelson, on the
1 -       lot  .!elln.|U.nt  taxes up
c :-...    .,1.1    eosu.    The   upset
Miners,   ,'lslio.  which   In-
i ,.l .l,-U.|Ueiit  Us.-s  and  .�����!���
. '  lorleltura,  with   interest,  Uses
.k-h lis,,.-ir., .��� ... ni'sl. COSU   ol   ad.vertt.llia;.
Bail ...,:,    .,.ut  tl��.l��) Is fsl-44. which
-    .���-..in llisl  will  beomsldercl as a
j l, ...   !.,-   s/-ro,nr*snled    by   an
L lull   amount nl lhe   no
il.. .,i!,., ol Ih.  Hepuly  <-om-
,iil Works, al Victoria, 11  t-.
Vail at s, ..,:. B i-..thl��lllhdsjot<>el..l��m.
1IAHKV   .VrlUillT,
i.ovemment A.*"'
^Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Certificate   of Improvements.
"t'olon'1 Mineral I'lalm slluste In the Nelson
Mtliln. Iilvlslon. of the West Koolenay District.
When* l.H-.i.-.l .mi Toad Mountain two and a
hall in.;.-- u..in Nelson. B. 0.
Take noil. - thai I, W. A. Maclonald. acting as
luretil tor Hush Sutherland, Free Miner's Cer-
tii..-ate No. Ill . -'.'' Intend SO days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder (or s
< '. ftif.'.l. ..[ Improvements. '.������������ the purpose of
obtaining s Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further las. notice that action, nnder
Section St, must he commenced before the la-
susn.-e of such IVrtlflcate of Improvements
Haled tnla 23rd dsy of September. A  11.. 1W,
W. A. 111.  I..IS.I1.H
Certificate of Improvements.
less, I   to lln* uiiderslgne-l  at his
��� II.,,i..., in the I'll, ol Ni-ls	
I- , |lth.   hour  olf��o'.-l��e��. Hi
I' I ���    I.. . Nov. IMS,   1*". I"' M"
I) Ul.l Ai.e''   Mineral  i'lalm,  l-"l
���"'inuipl    -,,,��)   l.latrlrl,  ��hlih   was.de-
_       '1 ���   1,.il..!..!   I..   Hi,-   1 row,I SI   Hie   las
!*��������� ii . ..1 Nelson. ���o the oil, day "I
[ ��� ... iu. in   laics   up ll.'   June
-.     The upset  price  upon  the
��� ssi.i Mi:.. ... whioh  i u.lu.lei the amount
..ii.l   i-wl   al Hie lime   of lor-
Ilereat,   lasea   which   have   stn.-e
:   .-: �� u.-rtlslng.  snd fee for Crown
wlm-li 1- lb,- least amount
IsM - ,.  i,   ..\ ttw a tenner.
I.,-;   lend,,   must   Is-   a, con, peeled    by   an
loi II..- lull   amount ol the ten
���n.��a,at,le   -..   11 r.l. , nl   lhe   Hepuly   OMS-
shslaue, ,,l Lsnds and Works, st Vtclorts, ll.c.
IS. I-.,II. B.C. ILlsHlhilsy of 11CI..IV1I7.
,.....   ..n.. in  Agent.
| Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
ll  ���-,  I I.. UtS   onderslgned   at   his
1     :i  n,..i-.., ii. ihci'ity ���i Kelson,
.    '    " ���'�����. -1 ui. nil Hie  hour of ft o'clock,  In
mi, ,.l Fil.lay, Nov.   lfttb, 1��U7, for the
r"*i,>.-,,,I   t|���.   .Haugor"   Mineral  I'lalm.   Loi
'twill. 1, l.,.,,i,.���ay   Diatrlct,   which   was do
n��lM to be l..rl,-lt,-.l   to the  Crown   al   the   tax
����� MMI 111 Hit iu,- of Nelson, on  Ihe Mb  day
,nl"i'.'   "'   ["r  .li'llli'iuaut   taxes   up ,111   Julie
,'    snd ...-!.,    rue   upset price  upon   the
*���"' aiiier.,1 i Islin. win, li includes  lhe amount
,,,',,  ""I'1*'"! luxes and coats al  the lima ot f��r-
lillerest,   Laxa.   which   h.vc  since
'- "I ���.lverllslng. and loo Tor Crown
!,..,    ".'"ii- 1-1,1., which Is the least am.,ui,l
Ul*'*,lll>* I.1.1...I as,, lender.
,|   Irnde,    must   Ih.   a,'c,,n.pa...e,l     by   all
"  loi Hie lull   amount ot the U-ll-
i lo II r.lcr of  the   Hepuly  c.in-
| Up"' ' "' ' ��'"'��� ��nd Works, al Victoria. In,
"'led in Nelson, B.O. this Hth day ol Oct.. 11*17.
...... i inn..lit Agent.
ISOII ��� Li.
"BIS Hope Fraction" Mlucrsl Clslm. slluste
In the Trout !_c Mining Hlvlslon, o. West
Kia.tcusy  Ulstrlci. Locator on   I'oplar   creek,
''Vake notice that 1. C. I'adley Free Miner a
IVrtlflcate No. BW��... 11,1,-nd Of) days from the
dale bereol lo apply lo lhe Mining Recorder lor
s Cerllllcslc of finprovciieuts for the iiurpoa,- ol
obtaining a Crown I.rani ol lhe above Claim.
And lurlher lake uotloo that action under
Bastion :r7- mils, be commenced la-lore the
lasuauce of such Certltleate of Improvements.
Hal.-I this Mh .lay ol ,., lol.cr. Ian.
In the matter ot an application for the Issue of
a duplicate Certificate ol Title for part 11" aerea)
of Lot til', liroitpoue. lu the Ulstrlci ol Kootenay.
Notice ,- hereby given that it is my Intention
to Issue at the expiration of one month from the
Bnt publi.-stloll hereof adupllesle ot the Certificate of 1 ill.- (or lhe above lands III lhe name
of Andrew Morrison, w Inch Certificate ot Title
Is dated the bit, day of March, nasi, and numbered 3U'*K.
Land Registry office. Nelson. U. C,September
Huh, Han.
"It   F. M.i-_��>,"
bistrlel Registrar.
Ttnders Wanted for the Purchase of.
Mineral Claim.
.ndcrsigneit at his
! "^"hT'iiw'',"""       	
sills., """ "   n��.-. >., the Cllv of Nelson.
i lliBslo... '"",'1  "I1  HI'   lb' hour of r. o'clock in
pu,,i.,, """"."'I ild.iv.   Nov. lftth, 1110"., for the
iM i,������,,     V. Selkirk"  Mlucrsl  Claim.   LOI
!l,,e,| ,, l,    ^'""c'lay   Ulstrlci.  which  was de*
*���!�� htl.t
to Hie   Crown nl IIIe   UiX
,     ��������.   ���taw .     u--*fnl N.1-..H, on the Otli <Uy
:*it, i,( '��� "���" '���clftii|iiuiii taxes up till J"'"'
,l,,l Mlii,'...! , .V"1'"' 1lly UBiejt pliOt upon tne
*' lelln...,... . . "*' W'1'''-! InCIUtfti tlie amount
'Mliir,, ' ' "''���'���'f ftiid eoKtM ml tbt lime of lor-
���wc.iifj,'] ,.'" """'tt'it, tttxep. which Imvo iluc*
''rtoiKt',* ,,.,"' ������'Iveitimiif., ati'l loe (��ir Crown
thi will il. '      "W**. which In tin* U'HMt amount
H��(-||   i,,,', "'""I'lt'rui. an a t������mli r
'^"I'K'ici ",ulHt   b"   itwompanlpil   by    an
<1t't'I>Hv.ii,i"|lu'.'"r t'1''("11 "-mouut of tho ten-
"���������Mil,,. V, ''"' 'uiler of th. ���,>puly Com-
Ittar,   r"' '''U'lHaiiil Worki.at Vletorla. B.U.,
"w Ml Nel��ou, B. G.| lhtn Mlh <1ay of OrtriWl.
viorernmeut Ageut.
In lln* matter of nn ��p|>llention for tho iddtie ot
tluplleated of the rerttfli-Rt**- of Title lo loll 11,
12 hikI i:t. smno 1. Went Konleliay iMntrlrt, aluo
known at* tne "Koolenay chief," "Comfort" ami
"Lulu" mineral elHlnid r-anpeettvely.
Notice Id hereby Klven that lt Id my Intention
to Iddiie at the expiration of one inontb after the
!n -i publleatloii hereof a iluplicate of Certllleate,
of Title iso. (1901a of an um.lvt<h*<1 Nl tuottm in
eaeh of lhe a��ove lot--, iddiieu on the nth -lay of
May, A h. iv... tn the name of. lohnC. Aind worth,
anil aldo a ilnplten(��< ol Certlllcate of Tlllc No.
6WKia of au on.in i.l.'.; ly-liXUhd lu each of the
above lot*. ImmiciI on the nth -lay of May, A. I>
1KW..11I  Die name of George J. Altidworth.
l.aml l;.|'i"iiv Oftlee, N. l-..n . It. C. AUKni-l Cth
H. f. Ma<I.koi��,m
1> 1��triel KeKlKtrar.
In the matter of an t-ppli.-atlon lor the i- ��� m.* of
Riltiplleate of the t'ertlflrate of TUIe for lot if.!,
uit.i the went half of lot B- t.lo. u Hi, in the Town
nf NoImoii.
Notlei* in hereby Riven that it l�� hit intention
to isMie at the expiration of one month after the
11 ml publleatloii hereof a triplicate of thocorlttl-
eate of   title for the alxive laieN, lu the   name of
I,v.Im Hhlelild, win. h ,, :i.ii.���-,',��� i- .1 1  the 21*4
(lay of I mil.T,  llflJU, anil  mn.il'eri'.l :199I K.
"II   K. MacLkou,"
-iRtrlct KeRltttrar.
In the Matter of    the "Land    Registry
Act" and Amendments thereto.
In the matter ol an appiieaiton lor the laauo of
a iluplleateof the Certlflratu ot Title lor Uilfl
_Bil, sWt��, ami a-WS,   Group 1. Kootenay  Dintrlet
Notice id herebv Riven that ll in my intention
lo ladiie ai the expiration ot one monUi from the
(1 rat publication hereof a iluplicate Certificate ol
Title to the above ilonerlbeil laniln, ln Ihonameol
Janied Kodnrtek Kobertdon. which Cerlineale li
ilateil thelUh tlay of AuRUdt, 18V8, and hi uum-
hured ItOfi-k.
Land K.-i-n-try Ofllec, Nelion, B.C., SUt ot
AURUdt, 1907. H. F. MacLKDI i,
Dlitrici Keftiitru-.
Oliver Curtis* Perry, Train Robber and
Murderer,  Seeks Death  by
New York, Nov. 6.���The news received from Dunneinora prisou thla week
lhat Oliver (jurtisa Perry in slowly
starving himself to death in that institution has revived memories of this daring and noted criminal, who seventeen
years ago startled the entire country
witii tlie boldness of his train robbing
The crime for which Perry Ib now
Herviug practically a life* sentence was
the robbery of the American Express
company's special train on February
21, 1SU2. One car of the train was
known as the money car. In it was sent
the specie from the United states
treasury for western hanks.
Ou the day of tlie robbery tlie train
left Syracuse at 5 o'clock iu the morning. The money car was next to the
rear coach. When they were nearing
Wccdsport, Perry, who had ridden on
the top of the money car from Syracuse,
let himself over tbe side of the car by
means of a rope. He smashed the glaits
in with his revolver and ordered the
messenger to throw up his hands, lot
messenger shot at Perry. TllftO Peiry
shot him twice. Perry ilhnbed into the
car and there was a desperate light.
The conductor heard the row and
���topped the train. Then he iooked out.
Perry looked out of the express car
when lhe train stopped, saw the coi.
ductor, and shot at him. The con-iuctor
sent a hrnkemnn back to ihe next station to telegraph alonR the line ihnt
they had a train robber oi> ooard. Then
they went on to Port Iw on. They
stopped at the station and took ran; of
the messenger, who was badly wounded.
Perry had disapi��eared. At Lyons,
where the next stop was made, there
was a blR crowd. Perry was In the
crowd. He had evidently got off the
further side of the train when it Btood
in the station.
The conductor recognized him and
made a rush for him. Perry kept the
crowd back with his revolver and ran
across the tracks to where a coal train
was standing. He uncoupled the engine
and jumped into the cab and ordered
the engineer and fireman to get out of
sight. Then he pulled the throttle open
and started at top speed. The express
train's engine was uncoupled and a
party started after him.
When they were about to overtake
him he stopped his engine, reversed it.
and started back. As he passed his
pursuers, who were on another track,
he fired two shots through the cah
window. The pursuing engine was reversed and backed after him. Perry
went ahead again. As he passed his
pursuers this time he shot through the
cah again. The men on the pursuing
engine found they could not catch him
and went back to Lyons. Perry found
the steam giving out and abandoned the
engine. He then started across country. Finally he was captured at Newark.
He was afterward convicted and sen-
*10 DOWN
We offer you best fruit lands;
best terms; best location; best
climate. Absolute titles. You
don't have to use all of your means
ln paying for land. We want you
to put lt Into development We
also have tracts of 50 to 6000 acres,
prices and terms the best. We own
these lands and handle nothing on
If you don't see Fruitvale you
mlis the best ln B. C.
Kootenay  Orchard
Ward Street, Nelson, B. C.
Contractor  and
Bole agent for the Porto Klro Lumber Co., Ltd.,
ratal! yard*-- Rough aud dretued lnmber, turned
work and brackets. Coast lath and ulli met e��, aaah
and doora. Cement, brick and lime (or sale.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon Bt.. e-aatof Hall
NBL-ON.   Eft. C
P -U  Hni m. Telephone 178
tenced to Auburn prison for a long
term of years. He had served about a
year and a half when he was transferred to Mattewan as incurably Insane.
When he had heen In Mattewan about
two years he and four other inmates
escaped from that institution at a late
hour in the night. It was several weeks
before he was again recaptured and he
was then tranferred to Dannemora.
He lias . been a source of constant
trouble to his keepers and tbe news that
he has refused to eat for four years
and that it has been necessary during
a)] that time to force nourishment down
his throat through a tube does not surprise those acquainted with the desperate character of the man. One of the
most remarkable features of the case Is
that he is stone blind, having himself
ruined his eyes ln the hope that his
relatives, who deserted him years ago,
would come to his aid.
Give up the Struggle.
New York, Nov. ...���Members of the
Commercial Telegraphers' Union probably will vote today to abandon their
strike against the Western Union and
Postal T elegraph companies. Official
action on. the suspension of the strike
will be taken this afternoon at a meet-
tug at Clinton, but to all intents and
purposes the struggle is already over.
At the offices of the companies yesterday more than a hundred strikers applied for their old positions. All except
those most actively interested as leaders of the strike were re-employed. An
even greater break in the ranks of the
strikers is exacted today. It is said
that practically every one of the local
strike leaders are In favor of giving up
the struggle.
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.
314 Baker St.
Tel. 324.
T-emont House
���nrosean and American Plan
Ha all 85 ctr.   Room, from Jt cU. to fl.
only White Help Smploytd.
Baker St., Nelwn Proprietor!
Most .'..inloriHlile qusrters      Nelson.
c*,,ly tbe best ,.! (.l.|Uors sod cigars.
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renoratnrl and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room is unexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
J. A. KRICKSON, lJroprietor.
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court Rous.
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
B.ker Btreet, Nelaon. B. 0.
Lighted by Electricity and
Heated by Hot Air
LArge *nd Comfortable Bedrooms .nd first-
clsasDlnlnK Room.   Sample Booms (or Commer-
Clsl   Stan.
MRS. I. (VCI.AR.KK. Proprietress
Bartlett   House
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar in the Fine*.;.
White Help Only Employed.
Joaephine St.
Royal Hotel
Rates tl and $1.50 s Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarder.
The Silver Grill has opened under new management. White labor
only employed. The beet 35 cent
meal in the city.
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Tendera addreraed to the underslKticd at his
oftlee ln the Court House, In the Otty ol
Nelson, will be received up till the
hour ol f. o'clock, in the alternoon, of Prl
day, November 1st, 1907. for the purchase of
the " A mi.- ' Mineral Claim, Lot 63Ho, tlroup 1,
Kootenay District, which was declared ���<* be
forfeited to the Crown at the tax sale held In tho
City of Nelson, on the 6th day ol Novemttcr, 1906.
for delinquent laxes up till June 90th, 1905, and
Ihe upset price upon the said tnlner��l claim,
which Inrludes the amount of delinquent taxes
���ui'l costs at the time of forfeiture, with interest,
taxes which have since accrued, cost of advertising, and fee for Crown Grant (f_��.oo.) is J1ZU0,
which i- the least amount that will be considered
its a tender
Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque for the full amount of the tcn.lcr,
payable lo the order of lhe Deputy Commissioner
of 1 .ntnl*. and Works, at Victoria, B. C, at nitr.
Dated at Kelson, B.C., this-Tin dayofBept.
Government Agent, Nelson, B.C.
Certificate   of   Improvements
"Montreal ' and -KJnebec" Mineral Claim* situate in the Nelion Mining Division, of Weat
Kootenay District.
Where located: -West branch of north fork of
Salmon river, on Craig Mountain, about nine
miles from Eric. B. C.
Take notice that I, Alfred ErnestGallupe, Free
Miner's Certificate No. BG19, Intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Kecorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpos-i of obtaining Crown Grants of lhe
above vlaims.
And further tako notice that action, under
section 117, munt l>e commenced before the issuance of such Certificate nf Improvements.
Dated this 1-th day of Hoptember, 1907.
No. 310.
Certificate of the Registration of an Extra-Provincial   Company.
"Cost-Pi.Kits Act, 1897.'
I hereby certify that the "Falls Creek Copper
Mining Company, Llmlle-t," has this day been
registered as au Extra-Provincial Company under tho "Companies tAot, 1897," lo carry out or
effect all or any of the object* of the Company
to which the legislative authority of the Legislature of British Columbia^exteudi
The head oillce of the Combauy is situate at
he City ot Spokane, mate of Washington, C.H.A.
The Hin-miit ni the capital of the Compat.y is
one million five hundred thouaand dollars,
divided into one million five hundred thousand
shares of one dollar each.
The head office of the Compsuy in this Province is situate at Nelson, aud Michael C Mou>
aghau, Miner, whoae address is the same, Is the
attorney of the Company
The time ��>I the existence of tho Company Is
fifty yoars from tbe lMh March, 1907.
Tne Company la specially limited under section IW ot the above Act.
Given under my hand {and seat ot niilcn at
Vletorla, Province of British Columbia, this 16th
day of May, one thousand nine hundred and
[L. 8.] 8. Y. WOOTTON,
Beglstrar ol Joint Stock companies.
Lake Frontage Subdivisions
We have been instructed to offer
for sale the following properties having first class frontage on the weBt
arm of Kootenay Lake and within
easy reach of Nelson. There is
plenty of water on the property and
railway and steamboat communication with Nelaon.
1. 8 acres of level fruit land, $500.
2. 50  acres adjoining the above,
   145 per acre.
3. 93 acres $24 per sere.
4.82  acres,   price $2500.
6. 10% acres with two-storey house
and  outbillldlngs -. 12250.
H. & M. BIRD
A great many sales have been made of lots ln this charming suburb
of Nelson and only a few best lots are left.
Are in a class by themselves. Large, level benches.
Magnificent soil. Unexcelled transportation facilities.    NO ISOLATION AT ROBSON.
For  Price and   particulars apply to
McDermid & McHardy
7 rooms and bath, 50 ft corner lot,
centrally located, one-half cash,
balance   on   terms $2100
5 rooms and bath���excellent repair,
electric light, water, sewer, 1 1-2....
Silver King and  Granite Roads,  Kootenay, Salmon and Slocan Rivers,
Arrow and Kootenay Lakes, etc.
Carbonate  St, (25  ft) $ 150
Latimer St, (50 ft) fenced and cultivated,  $450
Park, near Vernon, (52 z 142 ft.)$ 600
Robson St, (150 ft corner) $.450
Falrrlew,  (4  lots)   cultivated, fine
view of lake, near car line.
Houston St (60 ft corner) $ $75
Also building sites on Vernon and Baker
streets. ���_���
Real Estate Agent
SIS Bsksr St, Nelson. B. C
HA1TOFACTDFERS    f Ms��*miL^*��     Cf��_ss, *A_��
AND DEALERS IN    l*Un\t>Zt9  C*-_IlgleS7
_,att-i, Mouldings, Doors, Windows.
Hall Orders promptly attended to.
���   NBLSON, B. C
Turnsd Work and Brackets.
VBRNON STREET   ���   ���
Boots at Cost
You can buy boots and slioes at ycur own price.    The McLaren, Dallas
ami Marsh Hoot reduced from |5.00 to $...75.
Workingmen's Gaiters from $1.95 to $2.15. usual price $2.75 to $3.00.
411 >/2 Ward Street. ^|
A Shoemaker wanted to take over Shoemaklrrg Department.
Auction every Saturday evening. Auctioneering at Public Sales. Cabinet work and upholstering, and all kinds of mattresses made to order.
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Notion is hereby sivon tbtvt the undersigned
I'Hvr Kiibiiittte-.t tn the LieuiUD��nt-Govenior-in-
t'lmni'll n proposal tiu-lcr thu }>roTlsions of the
"Rivers mnl strenms Act," tor i'le��.rtng anil re-
moving obstruction.* from'-out Klvor tod Mes-
(low (..reek,lit the I'Lstrh'tof West Kooteatvy, and
for tu a king the same tH for rafting and drlv
ing thereon logs, timber, lumber, rafts snd ('rafts
und for erecting and muintaining booms for
holding, sorting and delivering logs and timber
brought down, said rreek snd river, aud for attaching booms to the sh.' of said creek and
river for Mid purposes.
Tke lands to bo nflacted by said work are:-
Lots ML SOt, V.'-'J. and sub lots 1, 6.11, l.i, 14 and
if. of I��ot 4,i.r.!, 'in.up l. Kootenay District.
The tolls proposed to be charged are tuch as
insy lw lliwl by theJud^e o( the t'o mty Court
of West Kootenay.
Dated 31st July. 1007.
Olcl Curiosity Shop
It you want to buy or sell anything.
Bo to the Old Curiosity Shop. A new
line of Japanese Goods now on sale.
AU kinds of Dlnnerware ln stoek. Patterns.
F. C GREEN       F. P. BURDEN       A. H. GREEN
Civil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
P.O. Box 145   rbooe2elk.
INEUS-OIN,    -    B. C.
asnersl Job Work, Chlmnsy Swasp
ing, c.rp.t Clsanlng, Fixing snd Csssn-
Ing Stuvss, sto.
11 Esst Bsksr St. Phens No. AIM
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The Daily Canadian
so all busy people, wo are sure wo
can Bave both time anil money tor
you If you will come now nnd Inspect the different lines nf goods
we are showing for lhe Christmas
Selections will hv likely to prove
fnr more satisfactory If made now
than if left for your busiest days.
The very   newest and best
goods in Wash Silks, Liberty Silks and   Chiffon
Taffeta Silks.     All
the very newest
styles at
$4, $5, $6 to $10 Each
All Over Net and
Lace Blouses at
$6.50 to $12.50
Watchmaker and Optician
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & ��_
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will find it to their advantage t<i use our Pitch.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
j       QUEEN       |
BUSH  &  MATT HEW, Props.
<     Phone   9. P.  O.  Box  672.      J��
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealer*, in staple and fancy Groceries,
Butter, Ekk��.
Camp and Miners' Supplies.
A. M. Can. Sec. C. E.
Mining Work s Specialty.
Office-.   Henley Building.    P. O. Box 434
���altar st, NELSON, B. C.
The Hest Ilar.l Coal on the market.
1 .(ii-iUliu.iLt Etrl-
The  Best  Iiomestic Coal.
We>t Transfer Co.
The tourist hotel of Nelson,
corner of Stanley and Victoria
streets. Two blocks from depot.
.1. .terrain. L. Me.0. John, i:'.-MIIe; E.
Osborne, Willow Point; A. D. Wheeler
and wile. Ainsworth; P. W. Chambers.
W. Shaokleton, Vancouver; Capt. P.
Klliston. H. H. Jameson, Victoria.
Cor. Vsrnon   sand  \v,����-tl stru.ta,
A. H. Sloan. Mrs. M. May, A. 11. W.
Hodges, Grand Forks; II. M. (,'olleite,
H. A. Brown and wife, B. Hutchinson,
Calgary; T. A. Munroe. Hratulon; L.
McKenzIe, Winnipeg; W. T. Gunn, M.
.1. Walsh, .1. A. McHain, H. N. Cowan,
Toronto; I*. M. Hagar, Kevelstoke; L.
II. Hartman and wile, Washington; W.
E. Gray. Mom real; W. H. Vass, L. Freer
Vancouver; A. B. Cowan, Gait; W. A.
l.awson. Victoria: H. A. Smith, H. C.
Griffith, Club Landing; A. Lucas, D. P.
Kane, Kaslo; C. F. Sherwin. Ainsworth;
J. II. Kerr, G. llallett," 10-Mile; A. W.
MeKen/.io, Montreal; F. K. Armstrong,
P. Hill, Harrop; O. B. Appleton, Sunshine; R. C. Inglls, H. .1. Inglls. 9-Mile;
'I'. .1. Graham. K-ieh Si.ling; A. N. Win-
law, Winlaw; .1. E. Houghton. ��>. J. Sln-
jant. Crawford Bay; II. Dane, Calgary:
l-'ied. Aille, Waneta.
.1. M. Allan. J. Quinii, Harrop: K. J.
Hall,li, W. M. Shorter, .1. A. Currier.
H. Henderson, .1. Balllle, Koch Siding:
A Shllland, O. I.aurltz, Sandon; .1.
Archer, li. .1. Mowett, Kaslo; N. J.
I.ointli, Phoenix; II. A. Maihlson. F.
I:..I. h. Oreenwood; G. tCissack, Lacotube
M. Campbell, Yukon; A. .lefferson, Uoli-
BOn;    Mrs.   O'Sulltvan,     Vancouver;   D.
McHJachern,    Erie;    w. J. Oarrutners,
.1 Haffey. .1. Hliick. San Francisco;
G. Aniliury. Procter; .1. Q. Cameron. II.
Ross, Blocan; N. M. McDonald. Castle-
gar: It. T. Lowery. Oreenwood; R. 11.
Graham. W. .1. Bolton, Blue Bell; H.
Smith and wife Rossland.
a. Smith, w. Hunter, f. Oarleton,
Kaslo: F. E. Clement, Victoria.
T, K. Hrown, L. Sheiipard, Slocan:
II. II Belllngnam, Ainsworth; 11. Cole,
l. Crocker, I. E. Lee, Phoenix; J.
Stevens, 9-Mlle.
Horn In Nelson, Nov. f,lh, to the wife
,1   Albert Kellogg, a son.
WANTED   Tie Mssrrs   iho Ties to be Fir, Tsm
SntOl> or I'lne    wl.l   itlvt*  11 cents cai-h   ll, the
strltiK.  ,.]]   nfinfi    timber.       Apply    lo  Joseph
ile.lel 1-. 1'asi-a 'c.	
WANTS"   situation bv  Toons rk��tsmsa (mar
rle.l) willing; lo tacVI.' .iiiythlhK.  . vj,��.r 1. ,.,-.���..
In KTor-.Tv,  ,vl,���.   an.I   si.l'rit  tni.le.     Address
I). P., Haiiy Osnsdi.n Ones.
A   I'AKTNKR   with  12,1X10  to   I'llrchane  a  Iruit
ranch DSST Nolsou    A rroo.l speoulMllou    Psrt-
fler u.-i-.l not he actively ens-aged on ranch.
For particulars apply T. (1  PROC1EK.
LOST���A LADY'S t'Mllft1* I.I.A with gold rlmine.l
handle -left  al   K    I'    Hall, on  night of islli
Sept.   Finder plensc  return  lo Parker's K���i-
pl.tyment Agency and leeelve rewsrd.
\roinfortfthli- Ilmno for h Young Lady, wouM
lultsltb*>r tobool tMcber* or fount Inly in
hi)-IN-_�����<��� in    the city.      Ad<lref,ii   K.   C, Dally
TWO mi.ki  .  ,.,.,,-v   KOO��a, hU-am heated
ply -ouaekeeper, 3rd flat, K, W, V. block.
Drawing   for   Sunshade.
The drawing  for   ihe   hand painted
HuiiHhadu will take place at the Queen's
hotel  Friday evening, the Sth  insi.
Fruit  Growers.
The annual general meeting of Ihe
Kootenay   Fruit   Growers'   Association
will   he   held   in   the   court   hou.se   this
eveuing at 7.30.
St. Andrew's Day Dance.
The members of the Nelson United
Association Football club are arranging
for a public dance the evening of St.
Andrew's   Day,  Nov.   30th.
Agricultural Society.
The annual general meeting of the
Nelson Agricultural and Indust rial society will be held in the court house tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
No Candidates.
Dr. Arthur received inatructions from
Ottawa yesterday to hold civil servce
examinations in Nelson today but no
candidates presented themselves this
Man Wanted.
Mrs. W. S. McCool, of 1606 East Side
street. Olympia, Washington, has written the Nelson ik>simaster for assistance in (hiding the present whereabouts
of \V. S. McCool or his brother, Samuel
Churchman's  Club.
A meeting of the executive committee of the Churchman's club is culled for this evening at 7-30 sharp. AU
members of the above are requested
to attend, as business of importance will
be brought up.
Experience Social.
The "experience" social In St. Paul's
church tonight will begin at 8 o'clock.
His Honor Judge Forin will preside.
There will be a musical programme and
material refreshment in addition to the
interesting disclosures promised.
Why He Resigned.
The reason for the dismissal or resignation of Major Hodgins from the position of construction engineer on the
G. T. P. line in New Ontario, according
to the Toronto News, is that he refused
to permit a contractor to record earth
excavation as rock work.
Victoria  Policeman Dead.
Sergeant John Hawton, of the Victoria police force, died in the Jubilee
hospital, Victoria, on Saturday evening.
He had been sick two weeks of pneumonia, and was sixty years of age. Deceased was born in Cornwall, England,
and has been connected with the Victoria police force since 1884.
McAuliffe Stock Company.
This company begins its seven nights'
engagement at the opera house this
evening, opening with "A Daughter of
the People." This is the first trip of the
McAuliffe company to the west. For
years they have been playing the eastern cities, ami met with considerable
success. If they give satisfaction tonight it is certain that the engagement
here will be successful financially and
Death of Archie Thompson.
Archie Thompson, the infant son of
Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Thompson, Victoria
street, near Hendryx, swallowed a bean
Monday evening about six o'clock. Medical aid was summoned and the bean or
most of It dislodged from the throat in
time to prevent strangulation. Hut the
child had previously been suffering from
If some stores were to advertise to
sell regular bang-up 50-cent tea for 40
cents what would you say? If you happened to read the add at all you would
say: "That's a fake." And in a good
many cases you would be right. It isn't
what is said in an add that makes ft
true���It's who says It.
When Joy says that for the balance of
ihe week you can come here and buy
a pound of regular 50-cent Tea for 40c.
you can depend on it being so. So com*
for this Tea. Joy will meet you at the
door at
Joy's Cash Grocery
Cor. Josephine &  Latimer Sts.
Tel.  19.  NELSON, B. C. P. O. Box 637.
Tenders Wanted.
In pursuance of the order of the Hon.
Mr. Justice Morrison, dated the 15th
October, A. 13. 1907, tenders will be received hy the undersigned for the purchase of lots 694, 596, 717, 1848, 1849,
2:143, and 693, known as the "Blue Jay,"
"Starlight No. 3," "Last Chance," "Sliver
Cord," "Blizzard," "Little Widow,"
"Starlight Fraction," and "Galena"
minerals clainiH respectively; one hundred tons more or less of zinc ore,
whereof sixty tons are now lying at
Kaslo. and forty tons al the mines; and
all other the assets of the Last Chance
Mining company. Limited.
Such tenders to bo made In writing
to me on or before the 1st day of December, A. D. 1907.
The highest or any tender will not
necessarily be accepted. Further particulars of the property will be furnished on application.
Dated the 17th day of October, A. D.
Official Liquidator,
The Last Chance Mining Company, Limited, Sandon, British Columbia.
2 lbs. 25c.
15c.  per lb.
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts
phoimi; 7
We have just passed Into stock a
splendid range of Accordions, also a
nice assortment of Violins, Violin Hows,
und Autoharps.    We have    Accordions
at $i.r.ii, $4.90, |5.26, jr.r.u. $.r,.:iu. |6.25,
$7.90. $8.75, $10.75.
Violins at $4.25, $5.75, $8.00, $9.26,
$10,25,  $15.00.
Violin Hows at 50c, 90c, $1 no, $1.25.
$1.50, $1.75, $1.90, $2.75 and jjl.50.
Autoharps at $5.00 each.
We have also still got two mandolins
and a guitar that w,- are offering at reduced prices to clear.
$12.50 Mandolin for $ 5.75
$ 9.50 Mandolin for $ 3.95
$25.00 Guitar for . . . ��15.00
Wa G. Thomson
IV0A0T'ioEN,KIkEB ���A   Nelson, B. C.
Phon* .��-��.
Sherman's Opera House
McAuliffe Stock Co.
In  a   repertoire   of  High   Class  Plays.
Prices:   25c, 50c.   75c
a sore throat and an acute attack of
croup followed. The child died lasi
night at. 8 o'clock.
"The Egyptian of Pompeii."
The general opinion Is thai Miss
Scott's company fulled In giving an acceptable performance of "The Egyptian
of Pompeii." The dramatisation of
Bulwer Lytton's famous novel is nol
one lhal will attracl theatregoers, and
no one who has ever seen it one- will
care about witnessing It the second
time. Besides this, Miss Scolt has a
badly balanced company. As n result
the engagement here has not been successful.
20,000 Club.
The regular monthly meeting of Hie
20,000 eluh was held In the club building
last night. The attendance was .-���.mall
hut sufficient for tho transaction of
business. The financial report for October showed considerable Improvement The dale of the club ball was
fixed for Friday evening, Nov. 22nd. II
will he held In the new roller skating
rink and every ,-ITort will be made In
Ihe club members to make II th<> 111..si
successful affair or the kind held In
Nelson for years, An energetic com
mltt.ee  of ladies will   look  after  all   ar
Of electrical work finished and charged
for from this sh'.p will show you how
squarcJv and honorably we conduct our
Those who en piny ns need not worry
about our oh&fg >h and as to workmanship they know it is the best.
Repairs to machinery, telephones, etc.
promptly  attended  to.
P. O. Box 165. rhono 227 A.
���J*��.S*��0.''.       NELSON.
Wholes.!,., sn.1   Ki'lsll Uu.1l*
Fresh and Salted Meats
CnmpH supplied on shortcut untie-* '>"d
lowest pri-'ii. Nothing but   livi-... and
wholesome meats and supples kept in M-ock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E.  C.   TRAVES.   ManaK<*r.
Is Remow/ied
Its Business Energy
$ LOO per Gallon
^Telephone 101.
All Kinds of Heating  Plants  in  8tock.
Victoria 8t.. Nr. Opera House.      Tel. 181.
"COMPANIES   ACT,   1897.'
Notice Is hereby given that Wilton A
Miller, of the town uT Creaton, lumberman, has been appoinied the new attorney of "The Kinney-Miller Cedar
Registrar of .loint Stock Companies
Victoria, British Columbia, October 27,
rangamenta including decorations,  pro
gramme, music and refreshments
Will   Arrive   Tonight.
The McAuliffe company played In
Kaslo lasi nlglii and win arrive on the
boat from thai city this evening.
"Put  Him  Out."
An Inebriated [dividual was the cause
..f much annoyance si the opera house
last evening. During the Brsl act be
talked In his regular pitch of voice to
"nine friends and occasionally he laugh.
ed in such a svaj as 1,, cans.' evey one
sealed  111   lhal     pail     of   the     Ih. an.    a
great deal of vexation and worry. Be
iweeu the llrsi and second acts hi .
warned by B policeman to behave himself and he look the hint. The manager
of ihe opera house would be consulting
the pleasure of his patrons If lu future
ii*. would refuse admission to anyone In
an  Intoxicated condition.
Bullis' Bet.
To the Editor:���
Dear sir���The idiotic attempt or Mr.
nuliis to mislead the dtlzens of Nelson
In this morning's Dally News is most
amusing. The balderdash contained In
the wording of his bet Is ridiculous in
the extreme, bul if Mr. itulils wants to
bet, he can see mo any time before -Inn
day, so lhat we can arrange any bet In
accordance With my sland from the beginning.
Yours truly,
Cleared,     cultivated,     planted
with   80  trees,  good   water,
first rate location, $700.
Chinaware Clearance Sale
Tills week we have put |ni��� H|t,c-k
two lola of Royal Vienna China, completing our X'mas Importation. These
We bave put In with the other lines at
the Clearanos sale prices
Specials Ihls week Ii. Staples Tumblers,   regular   price   $l.r,0   ,���.r  ,|,,z    .,,
Willow   patten,   cups and  saucers   pit
willow  pattern plates per ,i,,z
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD. Phon. 81
���*.  A.   ISAAC
Corner ol ll, I snd
Proof -tr...-L.
���'*'l,.*!. >>,��;  ,.,.cl .,,.I.!*!..�� exsuutSLl ullli l).s|���itk,,.    shtL-i fc....
\\ ,,,-U.   MiMii.i,. ,..,.1  .Mil. .M���tl,liHT.,.      M��nul��tur.!��, .
Or-  OSH'M.   to.   to.    Cntriiutor.'   e��r.
NELSON,    B. C.
that I. fa.hlonablc and durable can t,
bought now at a price that Is lurt |j
tempt yoj. Winter styles are being
shown. Come quick and get the pick.
Shirts. Collar, and Cuffs galore. Ned.
ium and Heavy Weight Pajamai ,-i
Night Shirt, at proper price... Particular people will be pleased with ou* offer. |
Ing.. .  ,
Places to have your prescriptions filled.
But to have them properly snd c_refully
compounded    at    your    physician   pre
scribes, bring them    to the    Popular    Store.
Poole-Longhurst Co., Ltd.
linker and Josephine Sts.
We would like to see all our patrons comfortable this winter anil In order to
do so wc have In stock tho best assorted line of heating stoves and cooking
stoves nnd  ranges ever  before presented to the public ln Koolenay.
We would bo pleased to Bhow you our lino and before making your purchase kindly see what we have to offer. _       *.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company, Limited.
Nelson Branch.
You can always get what
you want in all kinds of House
Furnishings at tlie
Buck Stoves
and Ranges
Standard Furniture Company
Complete House Furnishers and Undertakers.
We   make   u  specialty
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