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Array ASK   FOR
HALCYON LITHIA WATERS
The   monarch   ot  tsble  waters..   The
I same all the  time..   It's bottled  at the
Springs. ,
jVol.l'MK   2.      NO.   274
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THE   DAILY w/jn^^Sn'
Will be delivered    every evening   at
your deer for
SO  CENTS  A.  MOIVTM
��� ��� *
lAID HIGH PRICE
iililny Cheap in Marine
Department
IIKINO WAS REFUSED
i:.:.       Accompanying   Commiss-
lion's Report Shows Kindness of
Officials to Middlemen.
1.,. n   April in���This week we have
printed  copy   ol   the  royal  comiiiis
report   on   the   civil   service,   and
|ib ll   tin-   notes   aud   memoranda   b]
���  isrs.   Fysbe   and   ilaziu   Hue
Liberal     commissioners!     justify
r   charges   against   the   marine   de-
tment.     Some   of   the   charges   are
uk   proceeds   lu   a   lumbering,
Ipbazard   way,"   with   "'constant   bluu-
|       aud confusion", that there Is "no
ut  a directing  head or intelligent
except     apparently    that    oi
ending as much money as possible",
mule  is   a   "lack   ol   conscience";
officers    must    be    "asslbtiug  the
^dei   10   gel   better   prices   from   the
uruiuem  than  be can gel anywhere
und  that Botne officials  "are ser-
I ,\ o masters."
in   'nmmissioners    hud    an    official
einenl  thai  12 b���   could   he  saved
in yuebec agency alone hy a change
11 :lioda.    They find supplies ordered
uere not required, aud oflicers un-
.-. ;. whether the goods were ifcei\
. substance  used on leather belts
Milled by  au agent introduced 10
���  mis by  Ibe  minister  of justice
<  uimended     by     ihe    minister of
The youlh  unloaded  so  much
ods   on  lhe   agency   that  the  depan-
couid  find no  use  ior  it,  so  the
funster   Instructed   the   agent   "to   try
get rid of them to the best advan-
"     (Page 77.)
was found that the department was
;:ig  goods at one agency,  including
1 >o   worth   from   one   firm,  at   ex-
melj high retail prices.    A coniparl-
1;.  by   the  director  of  the  Sorel   ship
aid.   between   prices   paid   at   Quebec
tc  those   for   which   goods   were   sup-
at the Sorel  works containes tlie
��� wing,   (page 86):
Articles Paid by I'nld by
Gov't Couiractuis
.. la   rope    $  .IS    S  . 14 Vi
enl    BhackleB....   1.115 67
n   rope  per ft l.r��         I0*jj
aiiteru     globes     per
doz.       1.20 75
|iluh    50 US
Ba   united nails IB ���'"
f       screws   140   1.00
hummer   handles  per
1 ..15 89
fnamelled paint ....  3.00     2.00
np   chimneys  per
01     1.20 75
-lung  Hoda, cwt..  3.00 86
S��.f' soap    10.00     6.00
1 K hrushes per doz 7.00     4.50
It-Tuliblng   brusheB..  8.60      176
' Dpper wire per lb . .     .40 27
"id    blast    lanterns
I��m   do 9.00     4.60
I'' b Una per tb 02 0]
gadge washeru    .60 15
ICoa shovels, p<lr doc 16.00     9.M1
"  idles per lb 20 09
lEmerj   cloth, dot 45 20
In l'.'U4-5 the department had a manlii
1 "' buying chemical lire extinguishers.
! paid |8,000 for a heavy order, of
'I'll 112 were sent to Quebec, und a
" quantity stored in Montreal. This
Pplj wbh forgotten, and the nexl year
'- Mr. Perreaull, was selling extin-
uiahers, und the department at Quebec
intruded from Ottawa to buy
���'"'ii ill 111. He bought heavily Then
''"'ii'iiult was taken into the service.
;,l"l Uie Quebec chief officers wrote
"mi Perreaull "hus u lot of lire ex
llngulshert on hand, which he would
ll,��i i" sell in the department, us he is
" !��"�� man with a family." It Is added
"nit ibe late lamented minister was
''""iiiilt'p friend and fully recognized
the worthiness of the snid extinguish-
'"���'��� So the goods were bought. Alter*
���Jui'ls there was n great struggle to
tlispnsr of the va��1 accumulation piled
"I'In Montreal anil 1 niehor (Page 76.)
Btnoe the beglnn ng ol 190B ll"' department of marine hus paid |1,000,000
to the Internationa; .larine Signal com*
P��ti)\ formerly T. I,. Wilson, of Ottawa.
T"l" concern makes and sells acetylene
Ms buoys, which the department has
"ought In prodigious numbers, discard-
���R expensive and servleenhle appU*
Commissioners Fyslie and  Huzin
Rhow
I'urtii
PI,.
plainly their belief that the de
ent bought these goods for nn
reason than the good of the ser-
Tliey point out that the first snm-
waa offered for test In August, 1904.
"li two months later the department
folded thut these gas buoys would
bow lie used exclusively. No less than
'"'��� costing $148,000, were Immediately
"flared,   and   Wilson   was   allowed   to
Import the material free of duty     Tbe
commissioners say: m
"This was a good beginning for Mr
W llsou and with the splendid facilities
extended 10 him by the department he
has not been slow to better It. li may
���'in lhat in lakiug up with the new
idea so largely and so suddenly the department were hardly acting with the
prudence required by ihe circumstances
NfW Ideas are uot apt lo reach a peril el dei.-nipiiicut all at once and the
most ordinary consideration would seem
to have i-alied lor more caution."
The commission sarcastically observes that the official was "animated
by very progressive ideas," and in July,
l��0a, put lu ideas for 1800,000, some
buoys at $15,000, some at (8,500, some
at |8,000. The commissioners assert
thai these were ordered before the officials knew what (hey were doing with
them. They liud Wilson addressing the
marine and fishery agent at Quebec "sb
it tne latter was an employee of his
own." (Page 1566.) They charge lhat
large orders were made for huovs of a
class never tested, that lhe 1360,000
contract was made without authority of
council, and that while the department
at Ottawa was always satisfied with the
goods, the officers on the spot and the
sea captains were continually pointing
out their defects and trying In vain lo
learn how to handle them. The captain
of tlu l.ady Laurler besought the department not to send out auy more of
the large and costly size, us they were
unsuitable, but the commissioners allege that tlie department "pretended"
to  misunderstand        (Page  159.1
Submarines   for   Manila.
New York, April 18���With the Shark
and the Porpoise, two of the submarines of the First Torpedo Boat Flotilla
lashed to her decks, the big naval collier Caesar left the Brooklyn navy yard
today en route for lhe Philippines,
there to launch the submarines In
Subig Bay. where they will become an
Important part of the C'orregldor Island
defenses, guarding Munila. The two
submarines rest in cradles so construc-
leil on lhe deck of tbe collier that they
will hold the little boats safely, uo matter how high the waves or how fierce
tin-   winds
Il would be only a matter of a few
minutes to launch the little vessels
should that he necessary betwen New-
York and Manila This is made possible by an arrangement by which the
inner sides of the cradles can be pack-
up to form ways, over which the submarines may slide back Into the sea.
In exactly the same manner that big
btit'leahlps are launched at tho shipbuilding  yardB.
SOMEWHAHHFEERENT
Vernon'*    Version     of     Convention     at
Which  Liberals  Nominated
Duncan   Ross.
The report of the Liberal convention
for Yale Cariboo sent to the Vancouver
press differs slightly from the more
than full page account published in lhe
Nelsou Liberal organ. It Is In part as
follows:
"It would seem that machine methods, calculated lo a nicety some weeks
ago, secured the renoiulnatlon of Mr.
Duncan Ross. M. P., as the Liberal candidate lor Yale-Cariboo at the party
convention held here yesterday. The
proceedings strongly savored of burleB-
que and opera bouffe. Less than 50
delegates, representing a constituency
comprising 8,000 voters and embraclug
eight provincial ridings, were In atten
dance. Their choice cau in no sense
be regarded as an expression of lhe
wishes of the electorate, as several
tidiugs were unrepresented. Of delegates or even proxies from Lillooet und
Cariboo,  there  was  none.
"Mr. K. G. Sidley. of Sldley in the
Similkameen district, created a sensation In the convention by declaring
lhat Mr. Ross was an impossible candidate, that he had been unfaithful to his
trust, and boldly asserted that the convention was not a representative one.
lie was promptly silenced by the chairman and conducted outside by Dr. K. C.
ktacOonald, of. Vernon, to receive an
explanation of certain political inanlpu
latlons.    ln his absence the Domination
of Mr. Ross was made unanimous.
"Returning to the room Mr. Sidley
met with so hostile a reception that
he soon left In disgust. Later h>- freely
dismissed the incident with the newspaper representative, and very strongly
condemned Mr. Ross for neglecting the
Interest! of Yale Cariboo at Ottawa. He
predicted Ihe defeat of Mr. Ross jind
the election of the Conservative candidate by a  large majority.
"At yesterday's Liberal gathering,
Mr. Robb wns nominaled by Mr. J. D
Swanson, of Kamloops. seconded by
Mr. Thomas Lnwson. of Kelowna. The
proceedings occupied less than two
hours.
"Mr. Hoss made a bitter attack on
Attorney-General Bowser In connection
with legal services to Gotch. a Japanese
labor contractor. He was. however,
obliged to modify his charges made ln
Ihe house of commons. He read a cablegram from Tamura at Yokohama, to
the effect thnt while Mr. Bowser did
not draft the original contract, he had
utilised it as a model In framing sub
sequent agreements.
���The other speakers last night mostly
comprised defeated Liberal candidates,
1 notably Mr. F. J. Deane. of Nelson:
I Mr. .1. V. Swanson, of Kamloops: Dr.
i K C MacDonald, or Vernon, and Mr.
I Snillh Curtis, of Rossland. They made
1 no new contributions to political
1 thought."
NELSON. B. C. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, J908.
Fifty Cents a   month
DEATH ROLL HIGH
Grand Trunk Pacific list
is Growing
FOUR DROWNED AT ONCE
Workmen on Construction Trying to
Cross Battle River on 2 &. jw
Went to Their Dean .
Ilardlsty, Alb., April .8���A drowning
accident occui rod ft jterday at the
Grand Trunk Pacific crossing of the
Battle river In which four men lost
their lives. The victims were Woodford Readman, Northampton, England,
T. Klrby, homesteader, Alberta; A.
Leuimans, St. Boniface, Manitoba and
E. Levis, Cambray. France.
Tbe temporary bridge has beeu swept
away by the outgoing Ice and a scow-
was afterwards built to ferry the workmen acroBB the river. On returning
from the day's work two scow loads
got easily across, just ai the third boat
or six men were leaving the bank three
more men jumped on. This seemed to
he too much for the scow ln the swift
current and when about mid-siream it
swamped and threw the occupants into
the water. Three swam to shore and
two remained with the scow and Ihey
rescued the third. The three remaining men were caught lu the swifi current and were drowned. Woodford
Readman, one of the contractors, jumped into the water to save one of the
drowning men The latter caught Headman around the neck aud both men
were drowned. A few others also jumped into the ice cold water and made gallant .-Horn, to re.io.ae the unfortunate
men but could do nothing against the
rushing river.
Mr. Readman was u very promising
young mau. HiB death through trying
lo Bave hiB fellow workmen was doubly
said through the fact that he was to be
married shortly. None of the bodies
have   been recovered.
BRIGANDS  DEFIANT.
Russians   Following   Up   Their   Victory
���Persians   Helpless.
Tlflis, April IS���The situation on the
Persian frontier arising from the activity of bands of mauraudlng Kurds
has not materially improved. The
Persian bandits who retired into their
mountain fastnesses after their first
success against the Russians, again concentrated iu force yesterday and renewed their attack. The Russians
countered with energy und their artll-
lerv bombarded several villages in
which the brigands had taken shelter
The Persian commander has Issued orders to wipe out the brigands. Reinforcements are being sent in. In addition to the losses previously reported
the Russians have had several soldiers
killed. The Russian commander Bays
in a report that the Persian authorities
have lost their heads entirely and that
anarchy reignB in the district
BOSTON   MARATHON.
Ready for Premier  Long Distance  Race
of America.
Boston. MaflB.. April 18.--All arrangements have been completed for holding
the .twelfth annual Marathon run under the auspices of the Boston Athletic
Association next Monday. The annual
Patriot's Day fixtures here is the great
eBt event of Its kind In the world. It
has always been international in Its
scope, and has numbered among Its entries in years past the best men from
the United States, Canada and numerous foreign countries. Interest In the
event this year has been heightened
by the decision of the American committee of the Olympic games to hold
the trials for the American entries for
the Marathon run In England iu counec-
tion with the annual Marathon of the
Boston  Athletic   Association
The B. A. A. Marathon Is recognized
here and abroad as the premier annual
long distance footrace, and Its Winer
each is hailed as practically the world's
Champion. It has developed many won
derful runnel's lu the past, and only last
year brought International fame to Tom
Longboat, the Canadian Indian, who established a new record and since haB
achieved additional fame and Borne notoriety over the disputes us to his amateur standing.
The B. A. A.  Marathon course  from
Ashland to Boston    gives a    thorough
trial, uphill and down, with sufficient
level stretcbei to afford breathing Bpa-
ces. It is difficult enough for the hardiest runners and the winner will rich
ly deserve to be one of the American
team in England. The B. A. A. management, through years of experience,
admirably conducts the run and the
greatest care Is taken of tbe contestants, before, d*. lng and after the race.
By running the Olympic trials In connection with Ashland-to-Boston race
next Monday the Olympic committee
will save the trouble and expense of
organizing a separate race later ln the
season, and new aspirants will be given an opportunity to match their ability against old-time performers who
have competed over this famous course
for a number of years A separate trial
race would have been a hardship on the
runners. The jeadlng men have been
in training many months for the B. A.
A. race and now are at the top or their
form A separate run would necessitate
rigid training for a much longer period,
after which tho successful men would
be obliged to continue in strict training to July when they start for England. Two long races would take too
much out of tlie runners, while If a
shorter run were held as a trial there
would be a gieat protest from pros
pectlve competitors, who rightfully con
tend that many men who can run from
ten to twenty miles would be forced
out of the running at twenty-five
miles.
EASTER CHURCH MUSIC
1	
Religious   Festival   Will   Be   Marked   by
Special   Features���Beautiful
Decorations General.
Easter will be observed In all the
city churches tomorrow by special services or special music or both.
St. Saviour's church haB been appropriately decorated in gold, white and
green by the ladles of the Altar Guild.
The music will be as follows: 10.30
matins, processional, "Come Ye Faithful. Raise the strain," G. B. Llssant;
special Easter anthem, "Christ Out
Passover Is Sacrificed for Ub," Humphrey's Grand Chant; preces and responses. Talis' 'estal: psalms. II. chant,
R Cook. CXI., Humphreys: "Te Deum."
George W. Maepherson; "Jubilate," P.
Hayes: anthem, "\wake Up My Glory."
Sir Joseph Barnliy
11 a. m.. holy communion; Kyrle,
Credo, etc.. John B. Dykes in F.; hvmn.
"Jesus Ch-lpi 2* Risen Today." Lyra
Davlcilea: offertory hymn. "Welcome
Ilnppy Morning." Sir Joseph Barnbv
1.20. evensong: processional. "Ye
Choirs of New Jerusalem," H. J. Gaunt-
'e't; psalms. CXIII, J. Battlshill. CXI".',
Tonns Peregrinus. CXVIII, GoodBon:
preces and responses. Tatis festal;
Marrntflcat and Nunc Dlmlttis. J. Varlev
Roberta, in E.: anthem. Christ Is
Risen." J. H Maunder: hymn. "The
Strife Is O'er." Palestrina: offertory
hymn. "On the Resurrection Morning."
E H. Turpin: recessional, "Alleluia.
Alleluia. Hearts to Heaven and Voices
Raise." Sir Arthur Sullivan.
At the Church of Mary Immaculate
also there are appropriate decorations,
and there will be special music at the
celebration of high mass.
At St. Paul's, Presbyterian, there will
be special music at both services. Including Schilling's "Christ Our Passover," and Harnby's ' Rejoice and Be
Glad." Rev. R .1. Brown, of Vancouver,
will preach at the evening service.
At the Methodist church Rev. C.
Wesley Whlttaker will conduct both
services. His subjects will be "The
Greatest Day of Your Life," and "Life's
Retrospect. The music, all specially
chosen for Easter, will include "What
Are These That Are Arrayed in White
Robes," Stainer; Christ Is Risen," and
in the morning "1 Am Alpha and
Omega."
PERSONAL.
C. C. Rhodes leaves for the coast tonight.
Mrs Harry Wright left for Spokane
this morning.
N S Fraser arrived from Revelstoke
Thursday  night.
F. C. Elliott, barrister, arrlver from
Revelstoke Thursday night.
Miss Helen Macdonald Is visiting
Mrs. Dr.  La Man in Spokane.
J. G. Whiteacre, of the Masoti-Rlsch
Piano company, it at the Hume.
J. P. Vroom, customs collector at
Waneta, arrived  ln the city  last  night.
A. D. McFartane, editor of the Boundary Creek Times, Is spending Easter
hollduys   in   this  city.
Yen. Archdeacon Beer returned from
Greenwood last night and left for New-
Denver where he will hold services tomorrow.
Want   Special   Exemption.
New York, April 18.���The Central
Federated Union of this city has com
pleted all urrungements for the big
mass meeting tomorrow to pass resolutions demanding that Congress enact
legislation eliminating the labor unions
from the provisions In the Sherman an-
tl-trust law affecting combinations ln
restraint of trade. Similar meetings are
planned to be held throughout the
country under the auspices of the American Federation of Labor. At the
meeting in this city the chief speakers
announced are President Gompers and
Vice-President Duncan of the Federation, and John Mitchell, former presl
dent  of the  United Mine Workers.
Public Ownership League
Resolutions
PRAISE FOR THE WEST
Commend Purchase of Telephone System by Three Provinces���Canada
From Ocean to Oceao..
Toronto, April lb.���At a meeting last
night of the executive of the Canadian
Public Ownership league a resolution
was passed "That this league has learned with satisfaction of the action ot
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta in
establishing publicly owned telephone
systems. We consider the time has arrived when the province ol Outar. .... miu
take steps ln the same dlrectii .. it ._
the opinion of this league thai no lb.
iber aid should be given eithei uy !< J
era] or provincial governments j,- c i-
struction of lines of railway i.aiei .j
tbe nature of cash bouus, lauds, or
guaranteeing bonds, and that where
colonization roads are necesBary they
should be built, owned and controlled
by  the people.
London, Apri 1 18.���Sergeant Lloyd,
an officer at Wolseley barracks, was
shot dead shortly after 1 o'clock this
morning by an unknown soldier who is
thought to have been temporarily in
sane. The shooting took place at the
barracks. The murderer is said to havt
escaped with iwo revolvers and twenty
rounds of ammunition and the polict
are scouring the city lor him. The mil
itary authorities re:use to give out his
name or make any statement concerning the matter. Lloyd was shot througb
the back. He was an attached soldier
at the barracks, and belongs to Stratford.    He was  26 years of age.
Montreal. April 18.���With a bullet
wound in his head and a revolver beside him the dead body of William
Sydney Hanly, lormerly an employee
oi Gault Brothers, Limited, was found
in WeBt Mount Park last night. Thai
it was a case ot" suicide was proven
by a farewell letter addressed to a
chum and found in his pockets. Hartley was 30 years old and came to Montreal from Glasgow, Scotland, two years
ago. His parents still live in Glasgow.
The deceased had told friends that they
were ln comfortable circumstances.
The victim biniBelf was well educated.
Toronto, April 18.���Michael Street,
Oakville, basket maker, is hovering between life and death iu the hospital
here as the result of a bullet wound received while resisting arrest on a
charge of alleged attempt to assault a
five   year  old   girl   at  Ookvllle.
Fort Francis, Ont., April 18.���A
drowning accident took place here yesterday whereby William Brack American customs officer, was drowL.d. It
appears that the unfortuuate young
man in company with William Jones,
bridge superintendent, was trying a
new canoe and while endeavoring to
run the rapids it upset In the stream.
Mr. Brack was only 27 years old and
came from St. Paul where his parents
reside.
Vancouver, April 18.���Further evidence Is coming to hand of a wreck on
tbe west coast of Vancouver Island,
though the name of the luck inn.; craft
has not been ascertained. News was
first brought by a half breed runner to
Port Carmanah. and aB the country between there and Port Renfrevr, where
the wreckage is coming ashore, is irery
rough, details are difficult to secore.
The wreckage which has come ashore
consists of two boat checks; a brokea
part of a sixth hatch; three broken vessel's bits; stern of a small gig. All the
wreckage is fresh. At first it was
thought that the boat was tile Port
Patrick, which recently left for the
United Kingdom, but this Is dispro-ved
by the wreckage. It is thought that It
may be the W. F. Babcock, Captain
Stirling, which left New Castle, Sr*T.
9. W., with coke for the Croftcm sme.1-
ter and Is due.
LOCAL   MINING   MARKET.
Quotations on   Spokane   Exchange   and
New York Curb.
Bid Asked
Alberta C. & C $      .16    *      .30
Chas Dickens 17H .19
Can.   Con.   Smelters..    72.00       '75.00
Copper King 03% .03%
Galbralth Coal           .. .27
Gertie 02% :03,
Granby        80.00 90.00
Heela          3.00 4.25
International  C.  &  C.        .72 .80
Kendall          1.28 1.25
Missoula Copper 10 .10%
Nabob 03% .04
Oom Paul    06 -06>4
Panhandle 06% .07
Rambler   Cariboo   ...        .26% .27%
Rex 12 .14%
Snowshoe 09 -10%
Sullivan 00% ..01%
Sullivan  Bonds  VIM)
Stewart 65 J80
Tamarack &  Chesp'ke       .86 J.
Auto Race Falls.
Seattle, April 18.���On the Bteanser
General Logan the American car in tbe
New Y'ork to Paris contest will leave
Seattle for Vladivistok this morning.
The American car arrived from Alaska-
yesterday on the steamer Bertha hav*
ing failed to make any progress whatever on Alaska's frozen trail. The German car arrived last night and will sail
also.
MflflESfToTTARISIAN?
"Cri   de   Paris"  Says   Helie   and  Anna
Gould Are Already Married���     .
May Be Annulled.
Paris, April 18.���The Cri de Paris,
which professes to chronicle the doings
of the fashionable set of Paris, insists
in its issue of today that the marriage
of Madame Anna. Gould, formerly the
wife of Count Bonf De Castellane and
Prince Helie de Sagan, his cousin, already has taken place. The paper announced Borne time ago that this marriage had been celebrated secretly in
Germany.    Today It says: ���
"We are now in a position to complete our information. This marriage,
was celebrated secretly in a little town,
on our eastern frontier. When ln New
York Madame Gould Informed her family that ber wedding was alread an accomplished fact and that this Ib why the
members of her family bo quickly consented. We would add, for certain legal
reasons which delicacy prevents ub
from divulging, this marriage can be
broken. This possibility greatly consoles the family, which has been so
crushed by the marriage, but we hope
that they will not by any rude process-
trouble the happiness of the young-
couple, who during their sojourn In.
New York were so much together."
Winnipeg. April 18.���PearBOu Luth-
ern, a young man of bGb Pacific avenue,
was found In his room this morning
with his throat cut from ear to ear but
still alive. He had made a persistent
attempt at suicide and cannot recover.
Poor health is said to be the cause.
Montreal, April 18.���No trace has
been found of the man who Is responsible for the death of John T. Rick,
Italian, who died at the general hospital yesterday as the result of a knife
wound In the head.
Montreal, April 18.���Samuel Slelch-
mann. of Duluth, Minn., arrived in the
city today in search of a man who. he
said, robbed him of $5,000 in a card
game.
Roman Catnouc marriage Law.
Washington.D. C. April 18.���The new-
marriage law decreed for Roman Catholic churches throughout the world,
but which ls aimed chiefly to correct
the loose regulations surrounding-
many marriages in America in recent
years, will be come effective tomorrow. In the main the new law prohibits civil marriages for Catholics, and
declares unions In the church Invalid
in future lf either the bride or bridegroom ls not Catholic. All marriages
shall be performed by a priest duly'authorized and before at least two witues
es. The principals ln a marriage must
furnish correct information as to their
baptism and the ceremony must be performed in the bride's own parish or by
some one delegated by the priest ot ';
that parish.
RANGERSAT WORK
Field Manoeuvres of No.2
Company
SKMLERS' SUCCESS
Reconnaissance and Enveloping
Movement Carried Opt Under
Modern fojoiitions.
In spite of most discouraging weather
conditions yesterday No. 2 company
K. M. R. turned Ot 48 strong for Held
manoeuvres. The n.-..cb. from the
armory began at 2.30 p. iu. in a downpour, but as war doesn't wait on
weather the Rangers carried out their
programme in full.
The route taken was eastward through
the Hume addition ana Fairview to
Anderson Creek. A small force, ten
men, was then sent out under Lieut- A..
Carrie, and took up a strong position
on rising ground near where the S. f,
and N. railway track crosses the creek.
The attacking force, nearly tour times
as strong, which is considered not too
great a preponderance, was then divided into three sections commanded
respectively by Lieutenants C. T. Partington and G. Anderson, aud Sergt. R.
J. Steel. They had no definite idea of
the location of the enemy, and it took
half an hour's persistent and .ntelligent
scouting to locate them. Each side had
a staff of signallers, who proved very
emcient
When the scouting party of the attacking force located the enemy, the
three divisions began an enveloping
movement, which waa declared successful by Capt. Stewart who acted aa umpire.
The credit of the victory belongs
largely to Sergt- Steel who found a
bridge in the rear of the enemy and.
leading his force across it, effectually
barred the enemy's retreat just as
Lieutenants Partington and Anderson
were pressing them back from front
and hank.
The rangers enjoyed their day's work
which was carefully planned to simulate the conditions of modern warfare
in widely extended formation.
The return march was made in good
time, the armory being reached at 6.45.
The signallers of both forces bad
practice with both modern systems of
signalling, the semaphore and the continental, and reflected great credit on
their Instructor, Sergeant Hazeldean.
Birth.
Born In Nelson thlB morning to the
wife of Donald McLeod, InneB Btreet, a
son.
Toronto, April 18.���David Latto last
night confessed to the police that out
of revenge he set fire to the house of
Kate Besslnger, 187 Adelaide street
west. Latto had been boarding at 189
Adelaide Btreet west but had been
turned out by his landlady. Believing
that the Besslnger woman had said
something detrimental to his character, Latto last night poured gasoline
on the verandah of her house and set
fire to It. The flames were extinguished by some of the boarders before any
damage was done.
Off for the  Ingenika.
Geo. B McMillan and Robert Robinson leave tonight for the recently dls- |
covered gold fields on the Ingenika
river. They will go by train to Ashcroft
and from there to Quesnelle by stage.
At QuesneUe they will build a boat and
carry their supplies to Giscombe rapids
where they will have to portage for
seven miles, when they will proceed to
the Findlay aud down the Ingenika.
prospecting as they go along. The
greater portion of supplies was purchased in Nelson, and at Quesnell they
will buy the balance at the Hudson's
Bay store. Messrs. McMillan and Robinson leave many friends in Nelson
who will wish them prosperity ln their
i venture.
SECOND  ANNIVERSARY.
Two Years From San Francisco Fire-
Preparing to Greet Navy.
San Francisco, April 18.���Two years
ago today occurred tbe earthquake followed by the great conflagration that
laid a large section of San Francisco ln
waste, cost 452 lives and resulted ln
property damage amounting to over
(400.000,000. In 24 hours the destruction was so great that scarcely a
building in the business portion of the
city waa left standing with walls intact.
Two years has wrought Aladdin-like
changes In the appearance of San Francisco. Rising from the ashes before
the smoke of the disaster had cleared
away, she finds herself today largely
rebuilt ln an Improved style, her business prosperity recovered, and her
people preparing a Joyous welcome for
the greatest naval fleet that has ever
visited her harbor.
AmbaBBsdor Whltelaw Reld. after his
recent visit here, eloquently described
the city's achievement when he said:
"There are many things ln the history
of this country of which an American
ls Intensely pround, but I protest that
among them all there has been nothing
ln 40 odd years, since the greatest civil
war of modern times, of which we have
more right to be proud than of San
Francisco iu the earthquake ami ot
San Francisco today."
Record Season In Alaska.
Seattle. April 18.���According to special cable advices from Nome, Alaska,
the bankers and miners of Seward Pen*
Insula expect to realize this year the
largest spring production ln the history
of Alaska. It will probably reach $3,-
000,000. From all the camps reports
have been received of unusually rich
dumps piled up during the winter season. A new tin find said to be ot immense promise ls reported from Brooks
mountain.
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I 1 ..J Daily Canadian
Important Notice to Newcomers and Intending; Settlers
The Hudson's Bay Stores
ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Ranchers', Miners'. Prospectors',
Lumbermen's and Railroadmen's
Sappplies   and   the    Leading
FAMILY   GROCERS
We keep the best of everything, and the best only.
Our Immense business and practically unlimited capital give us sped:
ad'.antages in buying, so that we can   sell,   and    do    sell,    HIGH    CLASS
GOODS at  prices  generally  charged   for INFERIOR   ARTICLES.
Flour, Bran, Shorts and Hay Always in Stock
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
Capital Authorized $10,000,000    Capital   Paid   up $4,925,000
Rest    $4,925,000
D  R. WILK1E  President.
HON   ROBERT J AFFRAY, Vice-President
Branches in British Colombia:
ARROWHEAD        aOLDEN,       NELSON,      REVELSTOKE..        CRANBROOK
VANCOUVER,    VICTORIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
ivbuson buainch *1.   JVI.   LAY,  Manager.
the Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated A. D.  1869.
HEAD OFFICE,  MONTREAL.
Capital $3,900,000     Reserve   Fund ���   *4,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all kinds of Banking  Business.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to the
>avings Bank Department, and
Merest credited Quarterly on
.Savings Bank Accounts.
HOME 8AVINGS BANKS Furnished
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
publlihed sis asji s wee* Dy Uie
VASAitlAS   J-CBUdHI.N'G  COMridV, LTO.
Bakas til..  Nelson, B. c
Subscription rales, SO cents s monlb delivered
in it* i.llj or as.Ou a year 11 sent by mill, when
,..; . lb n'Jvabce.
Advertising rales ou application.
AU monies paio id settlement ol Tbe Pally
Canadian accounts, either for subscriptions or
advertising, must be receipted lor on the printed
forma of tue (.ompany.   other receipts are not
Saturday,  April   IS,   1908.
THE    PROMISE   OF   REFORM.
A couple ol weeks agu Canada was
startled I/., the publication ot a report,
by u royal commission wliich declared
uiat tlie administration oi tlie public
departments generally was bad, ami
tbat in two departments especially,
Militia and Detence, ami .Murine ami
i i. ..i ties, there was evidence ol Incom*
petence, carleaBnesa and extravagance,
Lhai there Beamed io be no directing
Head, no zeal lor lhe public weliare
and uo conscience. There were some
dioquieung le.times oi Uie case even
belore lhe report appeared. Ilie original draft was modified under orders
from Mr. Fielding, '1'hal is lo say that
after a royal commission had prepared
itB report It was told that there must
be a limit to ils censure. The other
Incident was even worse. Belore any
members except the ministers had Been
the report Mr. Hrodeur, minister of
marine and fisheries rose In the houae
and violently attacked the commissioners who of course could not reply.
The government organs throughout the
couutry could do little with the report
Itself. The took, with a unanimity that
at least suygests a hint from a central
authority, the extraordinary attitude of
praising the bravery of Sir Wilfrid
Laurier in risking an investigation of
the administration. Liberals have
grown so used lo disregarding public
rights that they have actually forgotten
that   the  public have  at  all   times  the
right to investigate any department of
the   public   service.
Then Sir Wilfrid made a Btatemi nt
to the house ln his usual courtly aud
dignified manner. He would grant
what Mr Borden demanded. there
would be a thorough searching of departments, the guilty would suffer uo
matter how high they stood. Ami
again the .Machine press rang with applause at this -'eminently proper
course,'' which was declared in advance
to be a proof that there was no dishonesty.
Sir Wilfrid's iirumi.se wab not a piece
of extravagant virtue or courage. It
waa his plain duty in the circumstances.
In a British parliament it would have
been received as a matter ol coins*-,
with no sound of applause from friend
or foe, probably with censure lor having
allowed ii to become necessary. Bui i"
Canadian Liberals Sir Wilfrid Laurier
is a demigod. Ills commonplaces delivered with theatrical nourish are received  as  the  utterances  ot  an  oradi .
Forced as the promise was, and loudly as it was heralded, it has already-
been broken. Whether the breach of
faith���for it amounts to nothing less���Is
deliberate on the part of the premier or
forced upon him hy some of his more
astute colleagues, Is immaterial. He Ib
guilty of a breach of faith.
He promised grandiosely that there-
would be a full Investigation, especially
of the marine arm fisheries department,
by a commissioner clothed wilh ample
powers; he pretends to fulfill that promise by having Mr Justice Casseis appointed, not by the government, but
by the accused minister, Mr. Brodeur,
to report not to parliament, nor even
to tlie cabinet, but tu Mr. Brodeur, and
finally not to investigate the offences
committed in that department but only
to see lf the report of Mr. Courtney
and  his colleagues was Justified.
It Is some consolation to observe thai
not even the lowest of the Machine
members and editors have yet ventured
openly to appluud  this flagrant dishon
esty. They have left that phase of the
subject alone, and rather follow the insolent and foolish course of Mr. Aylesworth who puts all the blame on Conservative civil- servants and who pleads
thut a government in office for 12 years
is still not responsible for the administration of its departments.
Our local contemporary does better
than that. By quotation from an eastern exchange it suggests that w-holesale
stealing in the public service is a piece
of "petty politics." and invites us to
discuss more important matters. And
the Important thing we are inferentially
Invited to discuss is our contemporary's
opinion of Mr. Kipling's opinion of Vancouver's opinion of Japanese immigration.    Really,  we  haven't time.
MRS.    EDDY   ON    WAR.
Tin- Following extract from an utterance of Mrs. Mary Baker U. Eddy, in
the Christian Science Sentinel of last
week ls forwarded to us by Arthur W.
Hlggs, of Vancouver, of the publication
department of the Christian Sc.entists
in  British Columbia:
"For many years 1 have prayed daily
that there be no more war, no more
barbarous slaughtering of our fellow-
beings; prayed that all the peoples on
earth and the islands of the sea have
one God. one Mind, love Cud supremely, and love their neighbor as themselves.
"National disagreements can be, and
Should be. arbitrated wisely, fairly; and
fully   settled.
"It ls unquestionable, however, that
at this hour the armament of navies is
necessary for the purpose of preventing war and preserving peace among
nations."
PUBLIC   INQUIRIES  ACT.
Notice Is hereby k.v*jii that Wtlli��m Franklin
Tc. i/ il, uf the city of Victoria* has been uppoln-
ted a ''''mra.Hiiioner for the purpose ot effectl-OR
au arfjustiueut nf the Halm*- of certain fquatters
in occupation of lands embraet-i] within the
bounilarlef?' of thi* raaeiYfl .situated on the Koot-
���nay River ��u the ��� 1'iiilty of Creston In the Dim*
ttlai of Weei Kooteuay, and [hat the first meeting, pursuant io rh> t-ald Comnijui-lou. win be
audio th** on". - of the Constable and Deputy
M j rn ti k Recorder h' Creston ou Thursday, the
SSrd day of April liXW, at ten o'clock In the forenoon.
IIK.N'KY RBBOa* YODNO,
Provincial Secretary.
I'rovinriRl .-'t-rretHrv't. Office.
luth April, liftJfl.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
One-Way Colonist
Rates to Alberta and
British  Columbia
From TORONTO
BRANTFORD
GUELPH
GALT
LONDON $46.05
KINGSTON  50.10
OTTAWA  51.40
OTTAWA via Chicago  52.45
MONTREAL  52.70
QUEBEC  56.oo
ST. JOHN MONCTON  60.95
HALIFAX  63.45
Tickets on sale Feb. 29th, April 29th,
11108. Corresponding low rales from Intermediate points.
For further Information as regards to
rates,   etc.,   apply   to
o e. Mcpherson,       j. moe,
U.y.A.. Wlurilp��r o H.A., NalsuD
W. if IJEAOON
<; i' a . Kataoa. b.c:
iNOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date, I. Harry Rhyme!., intend to
apply lo lhe License ConnnisHionera of
Ymir district for a licenso to open un
hotel lu  Kifchuner, B. C.
Dated thin B6tfa day of March, 1908.
HARRY  RHYMELL
Certificate   of   Improvements.
Ncrncu.
"April   Pool1   No.   '2   Mineral    DUim,   Mtuate
ln the '..'i-i,ii M ii,  i',-. 1,1   ,, ,,, '.',,....- K-rottjuav
I-litrlct.
Where, located: BstWHH B-tglf and flaud*v
cryelrN. and ftbOUl one half mile from the Worn*
mm. villi.
lake il'.lice thai I.F (' QrMn.MtllWM.UM).
for J. P. KweilhiTK. fri-c Miner'* ftOttVOOOtoftO.
07-475, Inteml. nUtv .Ih>> from the ilate hereof,
to apply to the; Mini nil Itecor<1 e��r for a G-ftltlfloMl
of ImproTe rnciilH, for the purpose of obtaining a
UrOWfl 'iralit of Ilie above claim,
Anr] further Ink.* DOtlOi lhat autloi, under
aocMorj ft", inn*) !����' communco'l be/or* thu li.nu-
ance of lurh OrltfP-ate oflmprov*'muiit*
Dated Uiir- 26th day of -laiiuary. A. ]>,, 1907.
K. C'.ORKKN.
jNalaon.B. ft.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Kootenay Ice and Fuel Co.
Limited
OFFICE:
N. C. co,. Baker   and   Ward   Sta.
THE SEMAPHORE BILLIARD
PARLOR AND CIGAR STORE
MOW OIJti.>'
We have one English Hilllar, one
American  Billiard and oiu-  Pool  Table.
We carry the beat linen of Cigars and
Tobaccos.
Notice to Creditors*
IN  THE  SUPREME  COURT  OF   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
tn the matter of the estate and effects
of   George   Harrison   (deceased.)
NOTICE ia hereby given that ail
creditors and others Laving claims
against the estate ol the said George
Harrisun, deceased, who died at Nelsou,
British Columbia, on the 27th day ot
December, I9u7, are required on or before the ��� �����ih. day of April next to send
by post, prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned, their Christian and surnames,
addresses and descriptions, the full particulars of their claims, the statement
of their accounts and the nature of the
secuiities (if any) held by them:
And further take notice that after
such last mentioned date the administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of tlie deceased among the parties
entitled thereto having regard only to
the claims of which he shall then have
notice, and that the said administrator
will not be liable for the said assets or
any part thereof to any person or persons of whose claims notice shall not
have been received by him at the time
of such distribution.
Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 17th day
of .March, A. D. 1908.
LENNIE   &   WRAGGE,
Solicitors for the Administrator,
James H.  Harrison.
Tremont House
Knronean and  Amrrl. an  Plan
Mwli 85 i'U.   Koomi from it eti. to ll.
Unir  White Htr.jp  Employed.
MALONK   <fc   TKKUILLUS
�����<��� r St , Nelsou Proprietor!
Athabasca
Saloon.*.
CORNER
BAKER AND
KOOTENAI
STREETS.
Mm. comfortable Quarter*.       Nelion
Only  iti.   beil of Liquor., and i.lgari
BILLIARDS.
POOL.
MARTIN    IVEN8 JNO.    PHILBERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. Tbe
dining rworn la* nnexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. KRJCKSON, Proprietor
Telephone. 250.    Opposite Court  Houa*
and Postofflce. Nelaon. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
BsSsr street, Nalson. 11 O,
RATES  $2  PER   DAY
Latwo   .aa   Comfortable   Bodroasn     sod  First
ulasa IMrxliiK Koom.
MR8. E. C. CLARKE,  Proprietress.
Bartlett   House
OKO. W   BARTLKTT,
Proprietor.
Best Dolkr-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar In the PlneM.
White  Help Only Employed
lonephlne Ht
Lf(i]��m. p. 0
Royal Hotel
HUH. WILLIAM iioukkth;
raoratBTaass.
Kattw tl and tl.M) a Day.
Speotfal RflBBK to Rpgolrar tVmrrVr.
Tenders Wanted For the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Tencl'TS addressed to the unilsrslKn-
od, ut his office In the Court House,
In tho City of Nolson, will be received
up till the hour of five o'clock ln tho
afternoon of iVJondny, Muy 4th, 1H08,
for the purchase of the "Sitting Hull"
mineral claim, Lot 26110, Group 1, Kootonay District, which was tleclured to bo
forfeited to the Crown at the tax sale
held lo the City of Nelson on the 6th
day of November, 1905, for delinquent
WATCH ROR   OUR   FKIDAY BARGAIN SALE
Fred   Irvine & Co.
NEW STUNNING STYLES
FOR SPRING ARE NOW READY
We are showing this weak some lovely modela In Ladiea' Costumes for
Easter   Season.
i
Jackets and coats are somewhat eccentric In their shapea, one being
made of two pieces and joined along ahoulder, forming waiats with sleeves.
Butterfly, Angel and Japanese sleeves are shown In many models with pleated
Skirts, with flare bottoms trimmed with same wide bands of material and
strappinga.     We   Invite   your   attention.    Comt and see them.
Pretty White 8kirts for spring wear.     Splendid   stock   of   Ladles'  Dress
Skirts.
SPRING  EASTER
TRIMMED    HATS
More new, lovely models Just In   by express.    See them on second floor.
New Dress Material and Silk just   received.
Fred Irvine & Co.
AQEINTS BUTTERICK PATTERNS
taxes up till June ,30th, 1905 and costs.
The upset price upon the said mineral claim, which includes the amount
of delinquent taxes and costs at tho
time of forfeiture with Interest, taxes
which have since accrued, crista of advertising and fee for Crown Grant
($16.00) Is ($170.00) which ls the least
amount that will be considered as a
tender.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque for the full
amount of the tender payable to the
order of the Deputy Commissioner of
Lands and Works, at Victoria, B. C,
at  par.
Dated at Nelson, D. C, this Sth day
of April, 1908.
HARRY   WRIGHT.
Gov't   Agent,   Nelson,   R.   C.
Tenders Wanted For the Purchaae of a
Mineral   Claim.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned, at his office in the Court House, In
the City of Nelaon, will be received
up till the hour of five o'clock, ln the
afternoon of Monday, May 4th, 190S,
for the purchase of the "Yellow Jack''
mineral claim. Lot 2689, Group 1, Kootenay District, which was declared to
be forfeited to the Crown at tbe tax
sale held In the City of Nelson on the
6th day of November 1905, for delln
qucnt taxes up till June 30th, 1906
and   costs.
The upset price upon tho said mineral claim, which includes the amount of
delinquent taxes and costs at the time
of forfeiture with Interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs of advertising and fee for Crown Grant ($2*5.00)
Is ($121.75) which Is the least amount
thnt   will   be  considered   as  a tendor.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted chequo for the full
amount of tne tender payable to the
order of tho Deputy f'oinirilsslonor of
Lnnds and Works, at Victoria, I). C, at
par.
Dated at Nelson, II. C, this 6th day
Of April, 1908.
HARRY   WRIGHT,
Gov't   Agent,   Nelson,   H.   C.
Dated at Nelson, B. 0 , this 6th day
of April, 1908.
HARRY   WRIGHT,
Gov't   Agent,   Nelsou.   U.   C.
Tenders  Wanted  lor the  Purchaae  of a
Mineral   Claim.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned, at his office in tho Court House, lu
the City of Nelson, will l��o received up
till the hour of five o'clock In the afternoon of Monday, May 4th. 19t��h for the
purchase of the "Yellow Jack Fraction"
mineral claim, I.ot 2692, Group 1, Kootenay District, which was declared forfeited to the Crown at the tax sale
held In the City of Nelson, on the 6th
day of November, 1905, for delinquent
taxes up till June lot!), 1905 and costB
The upset price upon the said inin
cral claim, which Includes the amount
of delinquent taxes and costs at the
time of the forfeiture with Interest,
taxes w-lilch have since accrued, costs
of advertising and fee for Crown Grant
($25,001 Is l$54 111) which is the least
amount that will bo considered as a
tender.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an aeeepttNl cheque for th. full amount of the tender payable to the order of the Deputy Commissioner of
Lands and Works, at Vi. i.ula, ll < ,
at  par.
Dated at Nelson, B. C, (his 6th day
of April, 1908.
HARRY   WRIGHT.
Gov't   Agent.   Nelson.   It    C
Tendera Wanted For the Purchase of a
Mineral   Claim.
Tenders addressed to the iindoralgn-
od, at. his office In tho Court House, In
t.ho City of Nelson, will be received up
till th. hour of live o'clock In the afternoon of Monday. May 4th, 19(18, for the
purchase of the "Sitting Hull Fraction"
mineral claim, Lot 2693, Group 1, Kootenay District, which was declared to
bo forfeited to the Crown at the tax
sale held In the City of Nelson on the
Cth day of November, 1905, for delinquent taxes up till June 30th, 1905
and   costs.
The upset price upon the said mineral claim, which Includes tho amount
of delinquent taxes and costs at the
time of forfeiture with Interest, taxes
which have since accrued, costs of advertising and fee for Crown Grant
($25.00) is ($5440) which ls the least
amount that will be considered as a
tender.
Each tender must ho accompanied
by an accepted chequo for the full amount of the tender payable to the order of the Deputy Commissioner or
Lands and Works, at Victoria, B C
at  par.
Tenders  Wanted  for  the  Purchase  of a
Mineral   Claim.
Tenders  addreaied  to  the  undarstg-
ed at  his office in  the Court  House, In
the <'ity or Nelaon, win be received ap
till the hour of live o'clock In lhe nrter-
nrfon of Monday. May 4th, i:ius, for the
purchase of the  "Blue .lack"  Mineral
claim. Lot 268S, Group 1, Knolonay DIk
trict, which was declared lo he forfeited to ihe Crown at the tax sale held In
the City of Nelson on tho 6th day or
November, 1806, for delinquent tuxes
up  till   Juno  30th.   1905   and   costs.
The upset price upon tho said mineral claim which Includes the amount
of delinquent taxes and costs at the
of forfeiture with Interest, taxes which
which have since accrued, cosis of advertising and lee for Crown Grant
026.00) Is ($156.65) which is the least
amount that, will he considered as a
tender.
Each tender must he accompanied
by an accepted cheque for the full amount or the tender payable to the order of Iho Deputy Commissioner of
Lands and Works, Victoria, B, C, at
par.
Dated at Nolson, n. C., this 6th day
of April, 1908.
HARRY   WRIGHT.
Gov't  Agent,   Nelson,   B.   C.
ed to be forfeited to the Crown ��t th I
tax sale held In the City of N'slsoo on
tlie Cth day of November, 1905. (or delinquent   taxes   up  till  June 30ih. IMS
and   costs.
The upset price upon the said nilwr-1
al claim which Includes the amount ol I
delinquent taxes and costs at the tlm I
of forfeiture with Interest, taies *hlci
have since accrued, costs of adverti* |
Ing and fee for Crown Grant i|!S����i
id (iW.76) which ia the least smout '
that will  he considered aj! a tender.
Kach tender muat be arc-impanied bi
an accepted cheque for the full amount
of the tender payable to the order*
tliu- Deputy Commissioner of U����
and Works.'Victoria, B. C, at par.
Hated at Nelaon, B. C, this oth it
ot April, 1908.
HAKRY WRIGHT,
Gov't   Agent.  Nelson, B. C
Tendera  Wanted for the Purchase ol ���
Mineral   Claim.
Tenders addressed to the undsrilp-
ed. at bis ollice In the Court House, It
the city or Nelson, will be rtdlved| up
till the hour or five o'clock In the afternoon of Monday. May 4th, li'"*. 'or ""
purchase of tho "White Cloud' mineral claim, Ix>t 2687, Group 1, Kootenai
District, which waa declared lo h* J
reited to the Crown at tho t�� sJJ
held In the City of Nelson on the ����
day of November 1905, for delmQue"
taxes  up till Juno 30th  1906 and coeu.
The upset price upon the "aid miner
al claim which includes the amount ja
delinquent taxes and cosis at the am
ot forfeiture with Interest, taiet ��'�����
have since accrued, costs of ��J"���'
Ing und fee for Crown Grunt <$ja.(Hii ���
($160.95) which la the least amount
that   will   be   considered   as  a tonuw
Kach tender must be it<-> ..nipanled ��-
an ace .pted cheque for the full ����oun
of the tender payable to the �����"r ,'
the Deputy Commissioner uf l����u
and   Works,  Victoria,   B,  0. ��' J"".
Hated at Nelson, B, C. this 6th uaj
of April, 1908. ,������_
HAUKY  WHIOHT.
Gov't   Agsnt,   Nelson, H
Tendera Wanted for the Purchase ol ��
Mineral Claim.
Tenders addressed tO tlie u"^'s^
���d,  at  his  ollice  in   lhe  tv>ur(  H"   ���
In the City of Nelson, will be I**
11.  the City of Nelson, win ��<- ���*(v'1.,.
i II the hmir of five o'clock In  '��
le noon of 'Monday. May 4tli. >**���'.
the purchase of the "Hittll 'ro��n
-. neral claim, Lot 1047, Group 1, r.
i nay District, which was declared -uij;
loi-felted lo the Crown on tin* '"' ,,
or November, 1904 ror dcllim'"*)1 '"
up till June 30th, 1904, and tos"-
The upaet price upon ""' *"lu ,,', a|
nl claim which Includes tlie sn",u"ln���,
delinquent  InxeB and costs at '"��� ���.k
or forfeiture with Interest, ta��e��
wW<*>
Tendera  anted  For the   Purchaae  of  a
Mineral   Claim.
Tender! addressed to the undersigned, at his office In the Court 1 louse.
In Ihe City of Nelson, will he received
up till tho hour of five o'clock In the nf-
tarnoon of Monday, May 4th, mos for
the purchase of the "Blue Jack Fraction' mineral claim, Lot 2691, Group
1, Kootenay DUtrlet, which waa declar
er forrelturo with Interest, """.v(,r,|8
have   since   accrued,   cost  ot  "Kasftj)
Ing and  fee  for Crown  Grant l*v
la  ($123.95)  which  IB tho le����! ��'"
that  will  be considered as a "'"'V,,,.
Each tender muat be nctoi'il*"'' ���,
an accepted cheque for Hie tun ��" ���f
or the tender payalle to ""' " , wdi
tho Deputy Commlasloner oi ���
aud   Works,  Victoria,  II.  C. ai i
Haled   Nelaon.   B.   C,   thin   oi.i
of April, 1908. _,������.,,;
HARRY WKK-H'-
Gov't  A��ent,  Nelion. *
day Tttot Daily Canadian
When You Buy Fruit Land
IT YS WELL TO   REMEMBER  THAT WHAT  18  IMPORTANT IS NOT THE   FIRST   COST OF   YOUR   FRUIT
FARM,   BUT  THE  AMOUNT  OF PROFIT WHICH   YOUR   FARM  WILL YIELD   YEAR   BY   YEAR.
DON'T be attracted by cheaper,  Inferior or  inaccessible  lands  which exist in the  Kootenay, as elsewhere
���but get the  best.    Take advantage of a double selection.
1.    Our selection waa  made with the utmost care at a time when we had the whole district lo pick from.
J.    Your   selection���made   from ours���thus you get the benefit of a double and  cumulative selection.
FURTHERMORE,    remember that to be successful the following five qualities are absolutely essential:
(II.    Title;   (2).    Soil;   (3). Water;   (4). Accessibility;   (G). Transportation.
WE SELL OUR OWN LANDS.    We own over 20,000 acres, title perfect
THE  SOIL Is deep loam  ttllli clay subsoil, free from stone. '
THE  WATER  on theBe  lands  ls   pure  and   abundant   both   in   running streams and numerous springs.
THE   MARKET for your product  Is  right   at your door  on  existing lines of  transportation.
BUT when you buy an orchard tract you want more than soil;  more than pure water; more than transportation;   you want  A   HOME���A   place to live ln���THAT  IS WHAT WE  HAVE   FOR   SALE.
l'ost   office   with   dally   mall service;  express trains, stores;  schools-���A   home   every   few   steps.    Yi   ���   ; et
the comforts of civilization combined with the  pleusure of a profitable, healthful aud beautiful  rural ho   e.
TERMS���$-10 Cash and $10 per  Month    for  10 Acres, with  liberal discount   for   larger   payment-;.
Write   or  call  for   Maps,   Photographs   and   all   Information.
Kootenay Orchard Association
Nelson
0WNER5
British Columbia
cannot dine ou FROG LEGS every day.    We furnish the
Staples
ieef,   Pork,   Mutton  and Veal
Also
Hams, Bacon and hard
With all varieties of
Fresh and Smoked Fish
in the market
Mincemeat of Finest (Juality in glass and wood.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
,slo. Rossland     NELSON, 13. C
Bonndary
LAND NOTICES.
i l.ati.1 luslrlrl    llialrii-l ol Wist Kooti-Iiay
��� nolle.; that  Harry   Hlrrl. oj Ni-lsoti, .m-.ii
rual   ,-staW- annul.   Ililvti'l"   U>  al'l'ly  tOI
.-Ion Ui pnn-haso tin-  following .t.-M-rtN-.l
Com in. le-lliir  at a   post   I'laiUi-il   at   flip
..si   i-miipr   of   Uil   :".l.   ll"nil-   riilitiliiK
.*| t-halna,   Ihellet)   wpst .1' i-lialns,   llu-lii-p
.*��� . Lams.  Ulorv  or   U-s��. tollli    ii"rlli.r;>
iarr    ol   lot  813,   tllplll'i'   lollowli.il   11..11I1
laiy   Uil a*i3  to  polut ot  t-oinmi-ni-fini-lil
, t1111a ii  wet**, more or Ii-bs.
I l-.-briia.ry lMti, lis* Massy Him.,
K. tj   OSSSN. AKi-nt
way rla-lit olway,  about  om;  ami   a ball  miles
waatanf from itii- northweat cornet oilot.iaaa,
srotip 1. Koolunay, ihpui-e sonib #1 chains,
thi-ln-i-east 80 i-balna. llu-m-*.- unrlti SO dialns to
- oillii-rli boiimlsry ot snlil rlttblolwa-, lllpni'P
wi-sl mii-halns alonir salil soulli.-rn bounilary lo
Isillil ol i-iimrnplirplnt'iit. ami i-ontalntiiK laxj
ai r.-s, BSQTS or li-ss
Paled  NoyemlMT yttl. 1��I7
ALSXANIIKH  J     HCOOOla
l^slNin
like
i Uiiu lilalrlil    IMslililol ��������.! Kisnti-liay
��� ii. ni. -i- that trad. J. Wamanns, agent ior
l    lannpr, ol Nelson. wiii|iatlon   vruli in-
- iiiuii.ls in aeiily   lor  permission lo nur-
Ibc lullotttnic  -les- rll.e.1   Units:    I oinmi D<
��� i.,.��l rl��lile.l alaiul 2<, miles east ol
:, . ii-ek llieine *> rliain* III an is.irrly
i.-ii,   tupin-p   -JO etiatiia   sooth,  tbanoa SO
- in a westerly illreel.oii,   lli.nep an chains
1" lhe poinloleomineueemelil.ioutHliiliu.-
'������. more or leas
i-il Nov. Jolh, 1UIT7. ���
Kmsiimi-k  Iohn r��*inss,
F  J. niSHDM  AKi-nt
I .anil District. Dlalrnl oi Wesl Kooteuay
"������i .- llial   Krod J    Malliin.in      sgenllOf
siiaid. ol 1-rocior. oooupatlon rancnar,
> lo alinlv tor iiennlaalou lo |nie baas Hi'
:.f   ,les.-'rllie.l   lamls:     Com mills-al a
.ine.I alaiut 1'. in ll.s easl ol �� llson er. ek,
southwest to nbalna, tie me noruwasl -���'
thanoa nuriheasl Joehslns, Wanes si.mli
I liams to the lhe polnl oi eoniiiiem-em. in
iIiik in ai re��, more or less.
I  Nov .'i'lll.   ItS.I
All. linn. I-   Al-|ikll��ON   tlAU.AKIl,
Agent r  l   gatraroM
I Land Dlstrlcl   Dlstnot of Wett Kootenay
Ists nollee thai W. A. Muilson limber irulser,
��' SlHltana. Sookane eouliiy. WaslilllKliill, one
'���'���   I  nll.-.l Males Of Ameriea. Illlell.ls lo apply
'��-I- ��� iH.1 umber lioaoaa over ibe fouowlna
srarrlfied lamia:   OoiulneliilniJ "I �� I'"*1 marke.l
I ��� 1 Pimm ,1 ou tin rlh bank ol  Com ereek
ntas Inn. Hon ul ibe Norlh lork of Corn ereek
* !l> Hie ui,,in stream, annul live miles 111 u
stater), .llreeiluu lrom eoullueliee ol a,, hi < "Hi
""�� "ill. Hie Kooliuay rlvsr;   Iheli uirlb 40
'Skim; ll,, ,,ee wesl Inn i-hallis; theme SOU IB I"
USlOS; thenee east |l��l elliuus |o polnl ol i""i
BlSQi ,ii,ent, i oulallllliK- inn hit. s more iii  I--
"11   land   ailjollls  limb' I    llinll   N-
si-.laiel limber limit   No a oh lie- -
I MM i,v W(l>
""���Sl.-il November 7. I'.sn.
Wil, ism A   Mll.sorl.Uiealor
Hnmeise.i bj pairleli ll hlilnu-
,.v Hu- within na
outh
in l lull.
i-lareit   an.I Signed I
'  H'l-I'i.e   nn   Hi     -el
"W. iii-liire uie at Sp .
"������Minn meoi ii,.
.1 >��� ui .*
ie, Hp
,i,..i Blai
rlut.  IM
thai Isal
I  \V
yelllli
kitlie   roillilv,
f Allieriea.
I'ATIU. k/   sums,
n.-l ol Wesl Kooleuay
Plaice,  lairaaaburg
ruano	
'.""'   "lion  luarrll'il   w    Illlell.ls    Pl">
1 '������ Ix-imlaslnii In lilir.i... - lhe lollowlnit ilea-
"�����l lamls:    I'uitiiileii. .ou nl a posl plant'-'! al
ellihtseeilun   ol   lhe   north   boun.llilj  "I     "'
,,   -silil   tl aat   hium   ary   nl    tail   No    sla...
"" nee east :��-, eh I Ills, mine or less. In ihe norlh
"",,''"111. ,   Ol    lllnlKT    I null    No.   71,71,   III. nee
"sruinohalna, thanoa ��e*i -'" ehalns, more or
EMo tha east slat ol Whalshan lake, ihanoc
J""��iB��   same    111   a   soulherlv   anil    westolll
niiw-tioii us, ohalni re or  loss Hi Ibe I t
."tl'.i, with i ut slKf,, thenee :!--> ehalna,  more oi
��",''"> I''"Ills-   enslerly   bouli'lary   ul Lot ��1K> I"
I" In  ..I .���ounuiueenu.iit.
"��M7lli Oelnber. IWI7.        IsAlirt.l.A flSHes,
f. a. Fai-iiI'Ihi.     Kent.
Nelson 1-mil lllstrlet. D.slrlel ol west Rootenay
Iske uoll.e lhat F. I'. Hur.leu. aelllul as anenl
to; I 11 llur.leii, ol I'liklok. N.B.. oerunallon
raeehaine. luu-n.ls lo apply lor |a-rmlssion to
piirehase the ioIIowIuk ileserlU'il lamls: r.-m-
iiieiu itiK at a post plain.-.1 on the easterly short'
ot Arrow lake ami aboul 10 ehains uorth ot the
^. K. eorner ol lol Hlfill, Ihenee east 211 ehalns.
I hen, e norlh *U ehalns' more or less, lo the lake
.ho e, ihenee southwesterly along lb'- lakeshore
... ii... point oi oommenoement. and oontalning
-l a.-ie-. more or less.
i ale.I Non-Ill 1st 1Mb. 1*17    JaMSS 11   HlHIiKN,
F. P   Hl'anis. Agent.
Helton l-alid DlatrlOt   lllstrlet ol West Kootenav
lake   nollee    that    John   James   rauieroll.   nl
(.line.   Ililli-ll  I olillnlila,   DOOUpatlon   eolilrae-
tor,     Inleuds     lu     apply     lor     nermlssl. ���
inirehase lhe followliiK des-rlbed lnut: I'oin-
uieiielna at a post pianu-d on the southern
houndarv of tin B: tl. Boutbero right ul war
atioiil 10. bains wesleilv lrom IheN.W eorner
ol lol ai��.l. group I, Kooleuay, thauee suuth 110
I hull,-, then." eaat 10 ehalns. Iliem��������� north fi��
i-halns lo Ihe souihern boundary ol lhe suld
rlght-of way, thenoe westerly   along Said   soulh
era boundary ol right olway to the poini
eoiumeiieel it, and eoutulning  MO aeres, more
or less
Hated November Hill. 1907.
.1  un Jamk* iam.-iion.
Nelson I-and IMsTUl    Ulalrlel ol Wi-sl Kooleuay
lake notloe that John Bbloll. of Koedlaa, B.0H
oooupatlon rancher, mien.is to apply In- per
-ni-sioii to purchaae Ibe lollowing deseribed
laudi   Commencing ai a poal planted  ai the
northwest ,-ortier ol Ull MBS, thenee west 10
Imu.s,  lhence  aouth ��o  ehalns,   Ihenee   easl IU
ehains, thence north an ehalns to the poini ol
oommenoement, and oontalning NO aires, more
��*l'au.l Uih October, lain. .tanias SHIILI..
t. U   FU-.JflKII. Agent.
Neis,.,, band lu-niei Dlstrlotol;Weyl.Kootenay
raao notice thai Angus UoOlU, of the Olty ol
S,.| leeopillloh II r. mis tl, lllleil'ls to ,ippl>   I'U
parmliilon IsVjmroli    ."��� i.-UowH'g ���\"''i'^'\
rands:   Commencing ai a poal plained at the
^. W. rn flier I. C Murrlson's ranch, In Ur
alley, lit. lie   norlh   lorlj   (Jo, ��� hums,   lliene
sit   lO'ty   (-10)  .hallis.   Ibitlil-   soulh It]   I��
, in  . Ihenee wesl lens  lll'l  �� "*      ,     "'"";
,n i���. in. mi in.   and i..instiling one bandied
,1  BlXtr (lOOJ aires,  mole ot less.
,!,;,-' ,.i,- rn.' ind. ii��i7      Ai-ui's  V"'n
Nelson l.alld Dlairlet.   Illalrlilnl Vii-.l Kooleuay
Take notloe that Hugo Caisteos, ol Winnipeg.
,|���ll      Occupation   pulMlshel,   lllleil'ls   t"   apply
,,,r permls Ion to  purchaae ibe  lollowing de
"fiommenolng st a ryoatplantad on the west
oun.liiiy ol 1. 4J7--. n   I. (iilionl fi mlliis from Ar
r.iwUike.oli   Mns.iultn I 'reek 1 ami -1   I'balns 7.'i
HOltS SOUlU Ol   lhe N. W. C.I.I  said   lol, runii.h,!
Ihenee wesl HU ehalns. theliee south Mil ebiitllr,
,,,.,u-e east Mil ehalns. Ihenee north HO  ehalns lo
,.!,,,.,  ,,i oommenoement, oontalntng ��*i seres,
"'"r"*"'''''"��� i ,(����i.it. MaasH.i.1.,
Auenl   tor   Hugo Carslens.
[lale I il Heeember IV07.
N,,|������, i.-ndiii.iii'-i    i.i-trt.-i..ty.*���.��� Kk��.t.;si��r.
Nelsun Land lllstrlet. Instnotut Weat Kootenay,
Take notlee that Tina Bergman, of Altona.
Man , ueeupation wife uf C. Bergman, farmer,
Altona, Man , lutenda to apply for permlsslun tu
pun-base the following deseribed land :
rnmmeiieing at a post planted at the N. E. C.
ol Hugo Carstens' appllealiuu tu purchaae and
running thenee west HO chains theuce nurlh 80
ehalna. theuee east 40 ehalns, thenee south ,
ehains 86 lillka, thenre east 40 crallls, tbent-e
south 71 chains 7.i links tn point ol eummeuee-
im. in   . mi,,���iiii!u, 607 acres more or leaa.
CHARLES MARSHAL!,,
Agent   fur  'Una  Bergman.
Hated M December 1907.
 J	
Wp*.t   Kootenay I-atid Dleunm.    DttUMOt ol Goat
Kivt_T.
Take notice that I, George A. Hunt, ol Kit
Bhauar, oecupatlon llmoermau, intend to
apply (or permli-iiiou to |Mtrebase Ibe
loliowiuif ilf-i iit-i-i land: t '���������,,.iiu-tn inn at a
post pUuti*d eVbOBt 40 el a do, w .-I ot riii'iui -< -;i
marked S. W. coruer, tlienee south 10.3t obaint*,
tbeui'e eaot 44 67 i-hainii, tbence north 31.45
chain*., ttieiicc went alon*g B. C. Southern Kail-
way to place ot commencement, containing 9t).lH
acres
l.>aled Jiinuarr 8th. )'*��h.        Gcorgb H   Hint
Nelion Land Dlntrlcl. Dlatrlct of Weit Kootenay
lake notice that I, Frederick .v.tit of Waneta,
fl. ft., occupation merchant, lntiiid to apply Ior
perm.KBion to punhate tbe followiiiK described
laud: ('ommt'Ucin^ at a post planted about It)
chain* went of the -S K. comer of lot Ht>22, tbence
uorth A) chains, theuce east HU chains, thence
souib '20 chains, theuce west80cbalns to point
of commencemeut, coutalulug 160 acres, more or
less.
Dated January a.lst. l'JOS.       Frederick Aim*.
LAND   ACT.
Nelsou Land District. District of vVe.it Kooteuay
lake uotlce that Marion Isabella (Jreaae, of the
City of .\elsou, in the Province of llritish Colum
bla, occupation spinster, luteiuls to apply fur
oermlssion to purchase tbe toUov\-lnR uesctlbed
laud: Commencing at a post plauted at the
iii.::i \. ni i mark of the salmon river distant
rtlxMil it mil-'*- Iii a southerly direction [rum
Mftlmo, 11 ft., thence north 40 chains, thence east
to etintn*.. tbence wougJi 40 chains, more or leas,
to tbe high waler iiWrS of the .v.iuihi river,
theuce west 40 ebaf us, m ire or levs, alung said
high water mark to the point of commencement,
ami conialuing ltiO acres, more or lest..
Located on ine 1st day of February, 1908.
Daled 10th February. ItH*.
Mario4s Isabella Creasx,
EUWARU  MiNLV   1'UTEHH, AgCHt.
ft*'""��ti I,,,,,,! lilstrlit.   iMMrletof V\.*si Knuleiia)
T��ki.  DoijM   that    Alex-iuder   .1.    MoOool,   ot
m,M'  o. (:., occupation clerk, intends to apply
'"ri'ilsslou   to  piirchhsc   lhe   follow!, g   <tes
ll"lhd:    ConiDicuctng at a post plnlilcdoti
^ 111 i . i ..   . i li. �� . Houtbern  Hall
��� 'in ��� 11- >    a-,.......... . ��� -- --;     ---
rikenolfcc'.l.al LcVI'.corge Pa��0e* Ol Needle.
ni p.m. n   niiiclicr, intenOl^tO ".Pply,, *����
SimlMtonUi purrhMfl tho followtpa OotorthoA
C,H-p. Coui.iiV.ii toy nt a posl plane. Ul... -i. U
'' i,ns west of WhntHlmn creek ami W.Mi OhetflM
,,,1   *>f   Hi''   soinhwc-l   comer  of  Lot   N��'    H;>W
;1,'I)'11: ihenop uorii. ho chains, tlienee w st ko
. ltl, ihciice soulh 12IM chain., thence enst
��� M8 c'l .  >i-. tbon.-c loath rt7 Mb chaini, th-nce
LAND  ACT.
Nelsou Land District District ol West Kooteuay
Take notice that James Wllltani (iullagher, of
the Olty of Nelson, in the Province of llritish
* olumbla, occupation merchant. Intends to null! y Ior i'crml*s1on to pure base tbe following
described land: Commencing at a posl planted
ai the high water mark of tbe Salmon river dls-
iant aooul IS milts in a loulherly direction front
.-.nliiui, H l\, theneo north 40 chalus, thenee
west 40 chains, thence south 40 chains, more or
less, lo tbe huh waler mark of the Halmon river,
ihenee cast 40 chains, more or less, along tho
tald hlith water mark to the place ot beginning,
.���ontntiiing ��>���* acres, more or let-��.
i-ocnted nil the 1st dsy of Februury, 1MB.
Dated 14tb February, ilk*.
Iaukm William Gat.laoher,
BOWAJU)  MANLEY  I'KTKKS, Agent.
Neleon Land Dlstrlcl.   Distrtct of West Kootena
Take notice thiil 1 John Arthur toott, of Mono
I'.mtre, (Hit , occupation farmer, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following de
scribed land at the mouth of HntniiiU creek:
Commencing at a post planted at the south
ttrtsl coruer of lot H~3t marked N. K , lhence
���OQtfa 40 chalus, t'lenctt, west 20 chains, lhence
iiorin 40 chains, ibcncc <����� i .i. ehaitiN to plaoe of
coiuuieticemciit�� onlainlug ho acres.
J ohm ARTui'K B00TT,
W. J.Boott, Agent.
Dat.d F��b. lath, 1608.
Neisou Land Dlstrlcl. District of West Kooteuay
Take notice that I Christie Scott, t)f Mono
Culler, Ont .occupation married woman, intend
ui-ipplyfor pcrinisslou to nurchrtse the following dis'crilicd .Hiid near Summit creek:
Coiiinieuclng al a post idanted at the south
.list ct.iner of I'd N7H0 marked S. W., thence
north ���') chains, thence east '20 chains, thenue
.-..nith 90 chains, theuce west BO ahains to place
of commencement coutalning 40 acres
Christie Scott,
W   J. Boott) Ageut.
Daled Feb la, 11*08.
INOTICI3.
Tuke notloe that we will at the next
meeting of tbe License CiiminlBHluneru
upply lor n, transfer of tho liquor II-
reiiBu ftW the No Placo Inn on Jose-
rhlnii Btrnnt, Nolson, from Pollard anil
W'ailo to II. II- Moore.
n.i I oil at Nelson, this 9th day of
March 1908.
POLLARD A  WADE.
BAY OF KESUHRECTION
Chief   Festival   of   the   Christian   Year
to Be Observed Tomorrow��� 8er-
vicea   in   Nelaon  Churches.
Tomorrow will he Easter Sunday, the
chief festival of the church year, wbich
commemorates the triumph over death
of the Incarnate God.
Whatever beliefs and systems of philosophy may rise and fall the religious
beliefs of humanity must forever centre
on the personality of Jesus Christ, His
life and teaching. There were many
religions before the birth of Christ,
there have been many others since, and
there are many today, but no other
word since man first found a voice is
comparable with that message conveyed ln the life and death of Christ. Mb
science Ig disputed. His philosophy Ib
criticized, but no enemy can cavil at the
purity and nobility of His Gospel of
love and peace.
Many have denied, still deny, the incarnation and atonement as parts of a
Divine plan, and eTen the resurrection
a3 an historical fact. Judged even by
the standard of visible results the belief in the Divinity of Christ and His
resurrection have more powerfully affected the history of the human race
than the sum of al] other events since
Creation.
It is conceded now by philosophers
of all schools that not only the progress
but the survival of the race depends
on the force ol" the mora] law, Uiat the
moral law derives Its only sanction
from belief ln God, and lhat belief In
God is founded chiefly, if not only, on
lhe  teaching of Christ.
Tbe following services are Kimuunced
for the city churches for tomorrow:
Church of England���St. Saviour's,
corner of Ward and Silica St., Easter
Sunday, holy communion, 6.30 and 8 a.
m.; morning prayer and holy communion
11 a. m.; children's service, 3 p. m.;
evensong, 7.30 p. m. Rev. F. H. Graham, rector.
Roman Catholic���Church of Mary Immaculate, corner of Ward and Mill
streets; Low mass, 8 a. m.; high mass,
10:30 a. m; evening; service, 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Father Althoff, priest.
Presbyterian Church���St. Paul's, corner of Victoria and Kootenay streets;
Mornlug service, 11 a. m.; Sunday
school, 2:30 p. in.; evening service, 7:30
p. m.   Rev. J. T. Ferguson, minister.
.Methodist Church���Corner Silica and
Stanley streets; Morning service, 11
a. m.; evening service, 7.30 p. m.;
Sunday School, 2.30 p. m. Rev. R. N.
Powell,   pastor.
Baptist church���Stanley street, near
Mill: Morning service. 11 a. m.; evening service. 7.30 p. in.; Sunday School,
2:30 p. m.   Rev. A. N. Frith, pastor.
Salvation Army���Barracks on Victoria street, west of Josephine: Special
serVices for tomorrow. Knee drill, 9 a.
m ; holiness meeting, 11 a. m.; a praise
meeting at 3 p. m.; salvation meeting
at 8 p. m.
Christian Science���Reading room on
corner of Stanley and Victoria Streets,
open daily from 3 to 5 p. m.
NOTICE.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to -the hour of 5 o'clock
in the afternoon of Friday. April 24th,
for the position of chief of the Nelson
police force.
W. E. WASSON,
City Clerk.
INOTICE
lu the matter of an application for a duplicate
Certificate of Title of an undivided one-quarter
Interest in Lot 87, Group One, Kootenay District.
known as "Let Her Go Gallagher' Mineral
Claim
Notice is hereby given that It is my liiteutlna
after tb*1 expiration of one month from the li rut
publication hereof, to luue a duplicate Certlfl-
oatt of I ltle on thr at>ove deborlbed one-quarter
interest in the name 01 Iohn F. Stevens, which
Certificate of Title is dated the 6th April. 1M0,
���iml numbered ��J3��K.
Land   Registry Office, Nulaou, B. C, March 3,
U. F. MauLaoD,"
iM.HiMfi Rugtatraj-
���
This  Is Vour
Opportunity
Save  Money
GARRET DEPARTMENT
Tapestry, Ingrain, Brussels. Velvet, Wilton and Aixmlnater Rugs In all alx-
Portlerea:   ��4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $10.00, $15.00, $16.50, $18.00, $20.00, $35.00, $75.00
up to $100.00.
Odd Lace Curtains, 35 pairs at cost price.
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
FOR CASH ONLY
Holds Good Until May 1st,
i
TABLE   UI1NE1NS
!
A   nice   line  of  Napkina  from  $6.00  to $10,000 per dozen.
The most complete line of Towelling and Towels In B. C. at all pricea.
30  yards  Cotton  Sheeting     .33
500 yards Family Sheeting 40
300 Sheets,  ready  made,  2yards  by 2'/2 yards, per pair 2.00
350 Sheets ready made Twill, per pair 2.50
Pillow Cases, all ready for use, 3eizes, per  pair from 40c.   to      .75
Circular Pillow Cotton, 40 in., 42 In., 44in 35
STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY
Complete House Furnishers, Funeral Directors
KOOTENAY FRUIT LANDS
FOR SALE���160 acres on the Pend
d'Orellle River, and outside the froat
belt south of Nelaon, containing 100
ucres of natural meadow land, balance
open land, easily cleared, part improvements.    Price $25 per acre.
For particulars of this and other
propositions reply
BOX  987,  NELSON,  B,  C.
BUY AN ORCHARD HOME
You can buy a 10-acre Prult Ranch  In  the boat  fruit growing  dlslrlr-t
In   llritish  Columbia  by  paying  $1 0 dollars down and *10 per month.
Even ns an Investment this Is wor th consideration.
Fruit Land hns trebled In value wl thlu the ysar.   What will It do ueNl
year?
rsc
J.  E.  AININABLE,
WAHD STSHUT
NBUION
.timmst^tixttma-A^'MtasaitAM
If yoo want Good Land
BUY at ROBSON
McDermid & McHardy
Lots   in   Addition "A"
We are agents for moat of the lota
ln the above addition, being agents for
F. C. Innls, Coats ft Co,, and th* Nelson
Electric Tramway Co.
For full particular* aa to pricea.
terms, etc., apply to
H.   &   M.   BIRD
I
I
FOR SALE
Partly FvttAAmh��d Modem
Residence aad Three Lota
Situated on Hoover St., between Stanley and Ward.    Eight Rooms and
Basement all  ready for furnace.    Now  rents for $35 per month.
PRICE: $4,000.00.   TERMS: One-Third Caah, Balance 9500.00 per year at
7 per cent.      For   full   particulars  apply
PROCTER & BLACKWOOD
AGENT NELSON CITY LAND <\ IMPROVEMENT CO.
INUUSOIN, B.  C
A.O. LAMBERT & CO.
MANUFAQURERS   �� ���---.**     Ctkla*.��vfMm
and dealers a. l^timDef ��� oniiigies,
���Lath, Moulding.*}, Doors, Windows.
Turned Work and Brackets. Mail Ordain prom-rtly attended
VURNON 8TRUU,    ...   NBLSON. B. O. Tne JJaily Canadian
���   ',-
APRIL THE DIAMOND MONTH
Not everyone can claim the diamond for a bfrthstone, but anyone
may wear a diamond, and if you are petting one you may as well pot
the best, and in the best and most suitable setting. We keep only tho
best stones, and as we manufacture all kinds of jewelry we are competent to advise you as to settings. We have always on hand an attractive
stock of Rings and Pins of all kinds set with this most precious of gems,
the diamond, also a stock of loose  stones.
J. O, PATENAUDE
Watchmaker and Optician
MANll'ACTLR.NO
,ii-whi.i.i-:h. ...
Red Ipitor
Batteries for
Launches
Hot Sparkers
J. H. RINGROSE
ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.
Phone 2L'TA. iJ. O. Box 155.
STANLEY   ST.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
Raffia.
The raffle of a diamond ring will be
held at lhe Queen cigar store tonight
at S   o'clock.
Council   Meeting.
The regular meeting of the city council will In.- held next week on Tuesday
Instead  of  .Monday  night.
Vestry   Meeting.
Tht- annual vestry meeting of St.
Saviour's palish will be held ln the
pariah hall Monday evening at ?? o'clock.
EASY
Three   Room   House   on   one-eigth   acre
adjoining     city. Lot     cleared,
fenced and  planted.   $350 ONLY.
WOLVERTON & Co
Cur.    Varnon anu >V��r-a   sti-eels
.���NELSO.-S..    fcj.CT.
G. Richard.son, .1. G. Wfcltacre, .). .1.
O'Sulllvaii and wilt-, li. A. Mclntyre, Q.
P. McLaughton, M. R. Angus. O. H.
Sehlveder, A. Wellman, C. M. Spalding,
Vancouver; F. C. Klliott, Revelstoke,
W. J. Holluway, Winnipeg; C. F. Sli.-r
win, Blue Bell; C M Loveloy, Spokane;
VV. White, Calgary. J. 11. Lutz, R.
Bi-ownlee, 3 Abrahams, Montreal; .Mrs.
and Miss Ray, N. Cosley. I-'. C. Field.
.Miss 10. Gibson, .Miss Balmore, H. Wallace, D. Lloyd, i N. Stock Company) E.
Lawrence, J. A. Fraser. Ymii-; I. H.
Hodge, Toronto; C, W. Randall. Miss L.
Wall, Trail; Archdeacon Beer, Kaslo;
W. Dodd, Bristol, Eng.; W. J. Spenser,
Denver; A. J Sutton, Philadelphia; F.
Schmidt, Toronto; W. A. Burgess,
Guelph; B. Bailey, Mrs. Plaster, Pror>
ter; C. H. Hood, Phoenix; L. R Xash
and wife, D Gordon, Montreal; B M.
Jones, Lethbridge; J. B. Coffey, Winnipeg; J. S Holmested. Gretna; L. Bou-
nett, H. A White, Calgary; Miss Edwards, Port Arthur; J. P. Vroom. Waneta; J. A. Fraser, Ymir; G. Straughan,
Meadows.
BAKER   ST.
Building Sites
200 f'. corner, short distance from
car   line $1,000
76 ft. corner, (lane/ excellent site
for business man near centre
of city $1,100
; - corner, in Fairview���near
lake  and  cars���good soil.... $ -S00
Land for Market Gardens
5 acres within one-balf hour of Baker   st.
14 acrea within mile of city! would
subdivide.)
F. B. LYS
2. Real  Estate Agent
315   Baker   St..   Nelson.   B. C.
JIM   HILL
CIGARS
The Best 2 for 25c Cigar on
the Market.   Fresh Picked.
��� AT THE���
Queen Cigar Store
BUSH  &  MATT HEW,  Props.
Special for Saturday
CAULIFLOWER,  CALIFORNIA
CELERY,
LOCAL   HOT   HOUSE
LETTUCE.
For Sale at
Joy's Gash Grocery
Cor. Josephine aud Mills Sts.
Phone   19.
JOY  WILL  MEET YOU AT THE DOOR
Corner of Stanley and Victoria   Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
H H. Jamieson, Victoria: W. Msj3-
hart, Spokane; T. MeCallum, Grand
Forks; Miss C. Wood, Vernon; A. G.
McBrlde and wife, Revelstoke, A. G.
Beckwith, Vancouver; A. D. Macfar-
lane, Greenwood.
GRAND CENTRAL.
S. Hollingwortb, H. Dean, Winnipeg;
P Carwell and wife, Riondel; A. Clark,
W. Clark, Harrop; J. Andrews, Brandon; VV. Beatty and wile, Spokane; J.
Fanlell and wife, W. H. Henderson,
Moose law; v. Thygensen, Denmark;
J. E. Cattell, Fernie; C. Giegenstainer,
J. Mundy, I' Kellzoe, Marcus; J. Casta
gnia. Summit; H. E. Goodrich. (;. (lav.
thay, Marcus; .1. Renwick, Salmo.
QUEENS.
A.   I'.   Donnelly,   C.   J.   Londs.   Vancouver;   F.   Unite,  p.   Hi-fan.  8-Mlle;   .1.
('alder,  Kircudbright;   .1.   O'Connell,  U
O'Connell,  Brio;   A    Llewllyn,  England.
TREMONT.
A. G. Barnes, Willow Point; It. J.
McGregor.   .1.   Little,   Cranbrook;   A.   R.
Burchs, Brand. Sask.:  c.  H. Cameron,
Gerrard; H. Bransen, W. Brazer, Greenwood;   .1.  Ilarrv, Sjiokane.
ROYAL.
Miss E. Gibson, Miss L. Fienld, E.
Laurence, H. Wallace, Mrs. Belmour,
Winnipeg; I.. Strandell, Grand Porks;
J. T. Simmons, Creston
BARTLETT.
G. H. Rover, Slocan; T. Meredith. F.
Bashell,   Rossland.
Fire Insurance
Insure your house and furniture ln
THE   PIONEERS'   FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Do not put it oft. Delays are dangerous. Call at 322 Baker street, or if you
have not time to call drop a line to
HUGH W. ROBERTSON
General Agent for the Kootenays.
Agents  wanted  in  all  Kootenay towns.
P.  O.  Box  534.
Wall   Papers
Our new stock Is now ln.
NEW   DESIGNS.
NEW   IDEAS.
Borders same as hangings.    Largest variety ever shown in Nelson. Sample
books sent to any part of the city   on application.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd,
I. O. O.  F.  Ball.
The officers and members of Koot-
i-iiay lodge No. 16, I O. O. F. will be
tin- bOSta at I In- first ball of tin- post-
l.i litra season Monday evening in the
Alice Roller Rink.
Spring-
CIeaning:
Served Them  Right.
At Revelstoke one day last we.'k tlie
provincial constable. Kingston, arrest
ed three .laps tor shooting robins. Po-
llce Magistrate Pinkham fined two of
the prisoners $10 and costs and ?5 and
costs   respectively.
Simmons-Player.
On Saturday, April I8th, at St.
Saviour's church, Nelson, B. C. by the
rector, Rev. Fred. H. Graham. Joseph
Thomas Simmons, ot Nelson, was married to Miss Ethel Victoria Player, of
Hroadstaiis. Kngland.
County   Court.
The next session of the county court
of West Kootenay has been fixed by
His Honor Judge Wilson for -May 18th.
It is likely that the next two chamber
-e-ssiuus of the court will be held by
His   Honor  Judge  Brown.
Do you want a new Broom, Mop,
Scrub Brush, Washboard. Fibre Tub,
Brushes, or Gold Dust, Pearline, Sa
polio,   Soap,   Soap   Powder.   Lye,   etc.
We   have  them  all.
C. A. BENEDICT
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts.
PHOINE   7
Gansner vs.  C.  P.   R.
Judgment has b^en handed down by
His Honor Judge Wilson in the case of
Gansner vs. C. P. R. Co., an action for
damages for the killing of two horses,
which was tried at the last session of
the county court of West Kootenay, S.
S. Taylor, K. C. appearing for tbe plaintiff, and W. A. Macdonald, K. C\, for
tbe defendant company. Judgment is
in favor of the company.
ONE OF THE THINGS
on which we pride ourselves ls our line
of Fine Correspondence Stationery. On
ita completeness and quality.
We have selections to meet the requirements of the most fastidious, as
well as the plainer lines.
A few of the favorites are
Eaton's   Hot   Pressed   Vellum
Per box of note and envelopes $ .75
Per five quire box of note    1.80
Per five pkg. box of envelopes..   1.80
Scotch   Raglan
Per box of note and envelopes. .    .65
Crash Llnnenette
Per box of note and envelopes.      .50
Imperial   Linen
Per box of note and envelopes. .     .35
Per five quire box of note 75
Per five pkg. box of envelopes   .     .60
Also a number of very nice  lines of
Coxed Stationery at 25c.
..Writing  Tablets  at even
15c to 50c each.
price  from
W. G. Thomson
BOOKHKLI.KB and
STATIONER.
Nelson, B.C.
Phons .*)-4.
Golden  Opportunity.
The C. P. R. company has taken a
large space at the Franco-British Kx-
position for the purpose of advertising
Canada, especially the west. They have
invited the co-operation of the Nelson
board oof trade. Contributions of appropriate views or other articles descriptive especially of Kootenay's at-
tiactions for sportsmen and settlers
are requested. The display must be
complete  within a week.
Bowling   Notes.
The game of Five Back is "catching
on" at the Alice rink bowling alley.
This morning A Innes with 8u" beat
Crook's previous high score of 0b.
Manager H. T. Gibson is offering a prize
WE   HAVE  ON   HAND A
Car Early Rose
Seed Potatoes
FANCY   STOCK
Si'nd  us   your orders  early to  avoid
disappointment.
J. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 1H1.
HOUSTON BLOOK.
JAMKH nt'NSM.'IR,
Lieutenant Governor.
CANADA,
1'KOVINCE OF BRITISH COI.CMBIA.
K.Jwhp! the seventh, by the Grace of God, of tbe
Cnited   Klnirdotn Of OlOOX  Mrrtnin, *. ���   [re*
iftna.and the Brm*h Doralolona beyond the
fit-HH Kfun,   Deli*iider ol   lhe  Faiths Kmperor
of Judla."
To all to whom thene prenenti. shall come,���
Greeting.
A   PROCLAMATION.
W, J   Uowmkr. Attorney General.
Whereas by Section B of the "Game Protection
Act, IS'.'-t," an r��* emu-Led hy Section lit of the
"Game Protection At. Amendm'-nt Act, 1905."
it Im enacted thai ii shall *�������� lawful for the Lieu-
tenant-Governor In Council, hy Proclamation to
be published in two successive Issues of the 'irit-
loh Columbia Gazette, to declare a elof*.* hchnoij
for Keeae in any part of the Province tor anv
period of time, nnd
Whereas o tir nald Lien tenant Governor, hy and
with the ndv.ee of hi�� Kxecutlve Council, has
been pleated to direct, by an Order in Council
in thai behalf, u close seamm for �����>?���>���* within
the OOUnty of Kootenay, until and ineludj-g
IheHlidday of AiiK'irit, one thousand nine hundred and elifbt.
Now Know Ye therefore, lhat In pursuance
thereof, we do hereby procla-in a close hchboii
for Koei-ie within the County of Kootenay, until
and ineltidfnisT the Bill day of August, one tnou-
Mniid nine hundred and eight.
In ter.tiin.ony whereof, we have caused those
our letters to be made patent and the Great Heal
of the Province to b- hereunto afHxed.
WitmXOtt, His Honor Jam en I��uii>->miiir, Lieutenant Governor of our mild Province of British
..olumbla. in our City uf Victoria, in our said
Province, this 19th day of February, lu the year
of Our Lord one thousand mm* hundred and
eight, and in tbe eighth year of our reign.
By commend,
HKiNKY E880N YOUNG,
ProTlnuial Secretary
NOTICE.
To George W    Beale, formerly of   Robfmn, B. c.
and Nelson, B.C.
I heteby give you notice that unless   you   Rive
a good and valid objection   thereto  in writing I
-hail at the expiration of U days from   the  date
hereof proceed to the  registration  of th** title of
Ihe Columbia and Kootenay Railway and Navigation Company in fee simple lo  respeot to that
piece of land known aa Lot 3 In Block 3,   Robson
Townsite, Group One, Kootenay District,   fceoord
ing to   plan   thereof,   filed   as   Number r..-. .......
wlths-anding the non-productlou of the Certlfl-
eaie of Title thereof.
Dated at Nelson, B.C.,thu 81st day of March. 19f*
H   F. MaCLkop,
District Registrar.
of a $5 gold piece to any one who beats
the new record within a fortnight. In
the ten pin game Mr. Gibson offers
.similar prizes to any lady who beats
.Mrs. Frank's score of 143, and to any
man who beats G. Chapman's score of
26ft. The stage for the moving picture
show is being arranged today.
Best  Route  to   Finlay   River.
The best and mot.t direct route to
the scene of the new placer find on
the Findlay river is by way of Ashcroft, according to F. T. Cromwt-ll, who
knows the northern part of British Columbia as well as anyone. Only last
year he headed a party wbich came
overland from Edmonton to the coast
via the Yeliowhead pass. The route
via llazleton is longer and more difficult, with fewer chances of replenishing supplies en route, Mr. Cromwell
says, and he advises intending stam-
pt*;ders to go In by way ot Ashcroft to
Quesnelle and then across the Griacom
portage by Fort George. Mr. Cromwell
IS one of a number of American capitalists who are heavily interested in timber and lands, both in northern llritish
Columbia and Alberta, controlling a
great deal of property along the Grand-
Trunk Pacific. lie is a great believer
in the future of llritish Columbia, and
ihinks that the resources of the country are beginning to be appreciated by
the  outside   world.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a Warrant of Execution
issued out of the County Court of East
Kootenay, holden at Cranbrook, In an
action whereof A. (J. Ilowneas is Plaintiff anil M. J. McPeak and Louise 10.
McPeak are Defendants, I have seized
��� ind taken In execution all the right,
title, estate and interest of the said
defendant*, M. .1. McPeak and Louise
E. McPeak, ln that certain hotel building, situate In the town of Sirdar, B. C���
and now in the occupation of the said
defendants, and will offer the same for
sale by public acution, at my office In
Ihe City of Nelson, B. 0��� on Wednesday, the 22nd day of April, 1908, at tho
hour of twelve o'clock noon.
Terms of sale, cash.
Intending purchasers will satisfy
themselves aa to, Interest and title of
the said  defendants.
Dated at Nelson, B. C, 14th April,
1908.
8. P. TUCK,
Sheriff of South Kootenay.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wholesale and   Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on ihortelt notice and
lowest priftv Nothing but   fresh and
wholesome meats nnd supph't* kept in stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
THE NELSON
CEMENT
WORKS
LIMITED.
Hollow Concrete
Blocks For Sale
All shapes and facialis
These blocks are absolutely tlie best
material to be had for building purposes, foundations, retaining walls, etc.,
being cheaper than brick nr -stone.
Tenders given on all kinds of building
work.    Stock un hand.
Head Office:  Baker Street, Nelson. B.C.
NOT1CB.
Iu the mstUT uf id spi'llcftllou for the Issue of
a duplicate l L-rtitit-au- ot Title tor lots ,. tt, V, 11,
IV, io, and 8-2, uf lot Bvl, 'iroup Oue, lu the
District of Kooteuav (M*p cud)
Nolli-e is hereby Kivwii that It is my Intention
to Issue at the .xplratlon uf one mouth after the
tirst publication hereof a duplicate ol tne Car
urU'Hie ol title for the above mentioned lots in
the name of Kichard Ifelme. vvl.lch < ertlllcate ot
Title is dated the Mtb day of .November, 1Wj6,
and   numbered ri3iOA.
Laud Registry ofllce, Nelsou, B. t:., January
l-th.lvus.
-H   F Ma. l.cn��,"
lllstrlet Keaistrar.
HOSMER   TOWNSITE.
Notice is hereby given that tlie Government Lots In the townsite of Hosmer will be offered for sale by auction
at the Lock-up In Hosmer at ten o'clock
in the forenoon, railway time, Wednesday,   April   22nd.
Bids below the upset price will not
be  received.
Terms, one-third cash, one-third 1st
of November. 1908, and one-third 1st of
May. 1909, with Interest from 1st of
May, 1908. A fee of $10 will be charged
for each Crown Grant when Issued.
J.  F.  ARMSTHONG.
Assistant Commissioner of I.ands and
Works for the Southern Division
of East Kootenay.
Cranbrook,  30th  March,   1908.
SAMUEL  A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
411 Kinds of Heating  Plants  In  Stock
8ANITARY   PLUMBING.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooera Houae.      Tel. 101.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. 8o��. C. E.
DOMINION   AND   PROVINCIAL   LAND
sHJRVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Ofllce:   Room   10,   K.-W.-C.  BIk.    P.   O.
Box     434.
Baker  St.,  Nelaon,  B.  C.
Corporation of  the City of Nelson.
NOTICE.
.Notice la hereby given that under tho
provisions of Uy-law No. 80, "Pound
and Dog Tax By-law," It la unlawful
for any person to suffer any horse,
mule, bull or cow, sheep, goat, pig or
other cattle, or poultry to run at large
within the limits of Uie City of Nelson.
Kvery owner of a dog ln the City or
.Nelson is required to pay annually a tax
of two dollars for each dog owned by
him.
No person shall suffer or permit his
dog to run at large lu the City of Nelson for which such person has not paid
tile tax required ol him and unless Buch
dog shall have around his neck a collar or strap to which shall be attached
a metallic plate to be supplied by the
city on the payment of Ihe said tax.
Warning Is hereby given that any
person guilty of an infraction or violation of any of the provisions of tin-
above named By-law is In addition to
lhe foes and charges set rorth therein,
liable upon summary conviction to a
penalty of One Hundred Dollar! and
lhe costs of prosecution, nnd In default
ol' payment to Imprisonment for a term
not exceeding two months.
By Order,
W.   E.   WASSON,
City Clerk.
Nelson, B. C, April 8th, 190S.
VV.    O.    GILLETT
Conlniutor   sand
Bulld*r.
Sole Hjjent for the I'orto Rico Lumber Co., Lift,,
retail yards. Kouiih and dressed lumber, turned
work and brackets. Oosat lath and shinnies, s��a),
and doors. CemaDt, brick and lime for sale
Automatic grinder.
Vard and lacfry: Vernon Hi., sast of lta.ll
NBU8UIN,   B. O.
t, 0. Box 2*2 Teiepbuus in
One
Eye
That's lb.' way we lest.    I'suully   th,. *y*t differ in sil-Iu
----- -.-    -���-   .^��..     . *..,.....,    i,it. cj��b enter lu hilMiI      \ ���u
-nil-  one  i .e  Injures the other,  ultimately   both   suffer     \v    Kla"* which
appliances and tin- greatest cure to avoid a misllt    a miim U8e 1""^n
"-  eyes   and  our  reputation would trajt
line watch  repairing a specialty
attention.
Mail   orders    receive
our
Prompt
J.   J.   WALKER,  Jewele,
STARKEY & CO.
"NVItolsj'HMHj  I'rovUlunw,
Government (iretunerf One Pound Bnclis n��-clvc<l weekly fresh from ik
t-hnrn.    For wile by nil loading grocers
Ollice nnd warehonso:  Houston Hlm-lc,    Pnone 79,
Josephine Street.        - Nelson, B. C.
Offi
Suit
'-h.it are just the thing for busineismen, are here in all sizes and In designs
and fabrics to suit all tastes. These suits are wetl cut and well made and
we guarantee the fit as well as the durability of every garment, becaut*
they have been carefully made with the design of pleasing our cuitom��n
and   holding  their permanent   trade.
T. A. GILKER
HOUSECLEANING
This  Is  tho  season  of tho  >o;ir  wh*-n  you  devote  your attrntion to thfi
household duty. We aro pn-j.arod to meet your ri'iiulremcntB with afullliMOf
Ready   Mixed    Paints,   all   colors. Varnishes,    Stains,    Enamel*
Alabastine,   Muralo.
Everything   necessary   for   the   re novation   of   your   house.
J. H* Ashdown Hardware
Company,  Limited. Nelson Brines.
BRAIDWOOD BROS.
BUTCHERS
We have opttBftd �� tin-nt market in
McDERMID'S BLOCK, WATER ST.,
and would solicit trade- from Kafrv1��'\v
residents, also a nhure of the patrOQD i
of the  citizens of  .Wlsun
Will L'uai;Hii.�� prompt d�� livery "I'd
satisfaction   in   th��'   following   linen:
BEEF.   PORK,   VEAL   MUTTON.   FISH,
SMOKED   MEATS.   LARD.   Etc.
M.   HAWRYCZ
CONTRACTOR   AND   BUILDER.
Jobbing  promtiii ii'ieri lo.    Plans
and K'-inij.iti'H
Apply 41S  Hall St, Box 385
C GREEN A. Y. BUKW.N        A. H.CHKEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Cvil Engineers,-Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
COR.VICTORIA A KOOTENAY SIS.. NELSON, B.
P. 0. bou 145   Pbrm* 2s I B.
Chinaware
WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL SALl
OF CHINA TEA AND DINNER
SETS   FOR   A    FEW   DAYS.
From $10 to $25,
Old Curiosity jhQP
Geo.  P. Player
Accountant
LATE ACCOUNTANT AT HALL MINING   &   8MEI.TINO   CO.
Office   Room   No.   2,   ELLIOTBL0CK-
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
INEUSOIN,     -     B. C.
We  make  a specialty of
rtatdwate Stipp^cs
For  Ranchers
AXES,   SAWS,   SPADES,   HOES,
HAMMERS,  HINGES, NAILS.
WINDOW  GLASS,
3AR8   WIRE  FOR  FENCING, Eu%
Send  us  your mall ord''���
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co
WholesAle
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Retail

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