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so bracing and invigorating.
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atars, and ita medicinal properties
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MAINTED NEWS
iniidiiiii Press Asks for
Subsidy
NELS6N, B. C. FRIDAY, MARCH 6. J908.
)K SERVICE BY CABLE
Icdit Given  to British   Columbia
Boards   of   Trade���Canada
From Ocean to Ocean.
into, Mutch 0.���At the annual
I el iu.: of tin- Canadian 1'ress Asso
|tiuii Col. .1. 11. McLean, representing
Canadian Manufacturers' Associa-
lii, brought up tlie question uf an
|j���ti>. table service as had been out-
led and suggested by the boards of
|il. el Victoria and Vancouver. A pa-
> J. Kobb Robertson, of the Toll.egratu, was read oppouiug the
meme on tlie ground that the proiiosal
"i vague. A resolution was car-
Id. to the effect that tlie Canadian
it's.. Association Bupport the request
1 anadian Associated Press for a
.ii ul the subsidy from the Doinln
veminent The Dominion govern-
111!  has been  asked for u  subsidy  of
  .1 year for the service, the same
intluue  for live years.    A  banquet
held in the evening at the National
|u a .
: Canadian Manufacturers' Asso-
un will forward a protest to the
ciinnlon government against Amorl
at, cement and steel being used in
tie quarters of a mile uf building in-
Ind from Ihe Canadian portal of the
Jlchlgan Centra) railway tunnel under
Detroit Itiver from Detroit lo Wind-
c, March 6.���In the Interests of
mis Dominion    Hyrun E. Walker.
!��� :.i of the Canadian Hank of Com-
who is In the city, aayB the dlf-
irultj  between the Dominion Coal and
I         lpauies regarding the price of
and    terms   of   contracts   should
lid.    He suggests that the mat-
P placed    before    a    tribunal    of
f iitative Canadians and that pub-
l<<   ���pinion  be  so aroused  that  leaders
pf tin   opposing forces  would have  to
to  It.
icoe, March 6.���A Victoria hockey
named  Smith has been arrested
on i he charge of striking a Port Dover
||ilay,r  named   Ferris     with   a    hockey
stlcl    InlUotlng  scalp  wounds  aud   ren-
linn unconscious     Smith was ul-
|    *i :   nit on ball.
Mian real, March G.���Hilly Allen, of
lOttawa, won the featherweight chain
1 mi hip of Canada from Kid Dufferlne.
"I U-wlstown, Maine, on a foul In the
iifth round of what was to have been
-1 IS round bout, ut the Malsonneuve
'!��� i ��� house last night.
Montreal, March G.���The Qssetta's
Ottawa correspondent says that there
*as i mil authenticated report going
��lwui asl night that Hon. K. W. Scott.
secretary of State, had li'tidered his
1 latlon and that the portfolio is
n"�� In (he hands of Laturtsr. Scott,
II bis resignation Ib accepted, will re-
biln Ins seal  In the senate.
Xorth Porta), Sask., March li���linml-
million from tin! United Staled to the
'anadian west has started In earnest
tvi-rj paasenger train urrlvlng here is
loadeii vvlth land-seekers, from ten to
"toon ears or settlors' effects urrlvlng
'lutlv.
Winnipeg, March 6.���While being
'���'"'ii lo ihe portage La Prairie Jail by
! "' "instable, William Ih'inpsey, of Rol-
''."��� cul hiB |hroad on the Canadian
northern train, and is in a dying condition. Deinpsoy tried to shoot himself
"tiring ih,. night! he nlso tried to Jump
"IT the train, The deed was done with
J small knife which had been hidden 111
""clothes.    The man  was Insane.
,   "���  I   Hose, Manitoba Rhodes scholar,
ompletlng his term lit Oxford col
lgei bas  1 n offered  a  professorship
" ""' Western  Motbodist  college here.
lei
Montreal, March G.���A London apeclal
"''   says   that   a   now   order  of   the
'"aid of agriculture, promulgated today
"inch    prohlblis    imports  of hay  and
straw for fodder or litter from countries
in.lli.,1   W|(h   f(K)(1   #r   ���,������,),   (IIhbuh,,,   |s
��' great Interest to Canada. Tho cnun-
'''"�� schuduled Ineludo Holland and
nance., which together sent out $1,700,-
1 w"tth In 1II0G. Of total imports from
' ' ""mules of 18,600,000. Canada setil
��� '.'"",000 and the United Btates $400,
000.   Canada should be able to take full
stratlon   preference   whleh   she   owes   to
her Climate  and  the  admitted  freedom
from disease.
Llstowei, Ont, March 6.���Fire this
morning destroyed the large sale stables
Of VV. L,. Kldd; thirteen horses, some
of them thoroughbreds, and some nutters id note, were burned to death. One
of the sires burned was tbe fatuous
Oliver  Wilkes.
Toronto, March 6.���The city council
has applied lor legislation to upplv tbe
local option system to the cltv. The
Idea is to have a vote by wards and
gradually to close out hotels in tlie city.
Medal for Brother's Heroism.
London, March 6,���The Gazette savs
King BdWard has been pleased to allow
Miss Marguerite Jane Lamb, of Newcastle on Tyne. to receive tin- King
Edward medal of the first class In recognition of the gallant action of her
brother, the late Oeorge 11. Lamb, who
lost bis lire In endeavoring to save the
lives of five men at a fire iu the Strath
cona's company's mine. Stratlicona, Alberta. Lamb went down the shaft three
times and died from injuries he received ln fruitless efforts to save tho men.
School   Fire  but  no   Fatality.
New York. March ��.���A special call
was sent into tire headquarters from
tlie public school on lOBth street, between Amsterdam and Broadway,shortly before noon today. All the children
escaped   from  the   building.     They  were
marched out in perfect m-rtsj\ asnouililsd
in the yard and sent home. Parents
who lushed lo tbe building were prevented by the police from clogging the
exilB and sent away. The lire was on
the top floor of the building which is
five storeys high.
CONSIGNMENT TO NOKTB
Big   Shipment   Going   Into   Dawson   of
Suppliee and  Equipment for
Season's  Work.
Dawson, March 0.���Thirty tons of material are to be brought over the Ice
from White Horse to Dawson and hauled through to Forty-Mile this winter
on sleighs for use In altering the big
Davidson dredge. The material should
reach White Horse at any lime now,
and be ready for shipment in a fortnight or a month.
This will be perhaps the heaviest Individual consignment ever started from
Dawson on sleighs for one mining concern In the Yukon. The material could
not be delivered by boat before the
close of navigation last fall, and it Is
indispenBible In the conversion of the
dredge into a modern machine. The
most essential part to be provided is a
stacker of the conveyor type. The alterations will cost thousands of dollars,
and the hauling of the supplies over tlie
Ice will multiply the outlay thousands,
but It is calculated that It will be fur
better to deliver the dredge extra parts
over the ice al the additional cost and
to have ihe advanlage of an early start
and a long season than to wail until
June for the river to open and then to
consume a month or more in getting the
alterations completed.
The Davidson boys are expected to
come over the ice to Dawson some time
In March.
Tho material to be used ln the alteration of tbe dredge will lie hauled a
total of 140 miles or more by sleigh.
Tbe dredge Ib on Sourdough bar. where
It, Is understood, splendid pay was
struck by the old dredge last rail. With
the Improvements lo the dredge, much
more gold. It is estimated, will be recovered   from   the  sands  and  gravel.
Sympathy From Berlin.
Berlin,   March   8.���Chancellor   Von
Huelow has sent the following cable
message to Huron Speck Von Steinberg.
tbe ftcrman ambassador, at Washington: "Kxpiess lo Lord Mayor of Cleveland sincerest sympathy in connection
with ihe school catastrophe." He nlBo
made a request to the Herman consul
for Ohio to learn whether the children
of any German subjects were among tlie
victims
Couldn't Stand It.
Detroit, March G.-Elwood T. 1 Inner-,
first vtce-presldsnl of the Union Trust
company of this city, and former post
master of Detroit, shdt and killed him
self early this morning In his home
here. Friends say that lie bad been
greatly depressed over his financial nr-
ialrs for Borne time.
Conference  on   Rural   progress.
Huston, Mnrch 6.���The second annual
conference   on   rural   progress   lu   New
England was held today at tlie offices or
the State Hoard of Agriculture, tbe attendance including representatives ��r
all  the  Important   rural  associations  In
New England.   The general subject of
discussion was the teaching of agriculture In the public schools. Separate
schools of agriculture, and federal aid
to the teaching of argricullure, wore
among  Ihe  questions  considered.
Japanese Town Scorched.
Toklo, March 11.���A serious Are took
place Ibis morning al Noda Soya, a
brewing town near Toklo. Four hundred oul of one thousand bouses In the
town were destroyed. Tbe damage
Is estimated at about $2,500,000.
BCUy FOR WEST
Settlers En Route for
British Columbia
SALVATION ARMY WORK
Train Load of Immigrants Passing
Through Winnipeg to Reach
Pacific Province.
Winnipeg, March 6.���On Wednesday
or Thursday next 550 Salvation Army
Immigrants are expected to pass through
the city. None of this advance guard of
army Immigrants, which are to come in
such large numbers this year, will stay
over In Winnipeg. Almost all of them
will settle in llritish Columbia, though
a few will remain in Alberta. But none
of those on board the special train have
tickets to auy place east of Medicine
Hat. Colonel Howell and Major Crelgh-
tou will go to Fort William and Join the
party there. Adjutant Wakefield, the
immigration agent at Vancouver, will
meet the train at Winnipeg, as he has
been in charge of the work of securing
positions for these people. As soon as
they arrive In llritish Columbia it is expected that almost all of them will have
definite work provided as the western
officials have been prepared for the arrival of the people, and have done their
utnioHL to secure positions for them.
The arrival of these people marks a
new stage in the colonization work ln
this country. Other religious bodies
have founded colonies in Western Canada, but none of them have had as
their object the continuance of an extensive immigration policy. While not
all tho immigrants belong to the Salvation Army, and while the people will
be more or less scattered, yet nevertheless they will give a certain character to the community as did the
Quakers in Pennsylvania.
INDENTURED LABOR.
American   Baseball   Cluba   Fighting   for
Players Under Contract.
Cincinnati, March G.���The National
baseball commission gave out a number
of decisions yesterday. San Francisco
secures player Arrellanes, proving a better claim than that of the American
league team in New York who had signed him in the belief that he was a free
agent, when he was under contract to
the California team.
Player Samuel Edmondson, claimed
by Washington, and used last year by
Minneapolis and Desmoines without,
having titles to his services, is declared
to be a free agent. The Washington
management Is censured and a fine of
$2."i Is imposed against both Desmoines
and  Minneapolis.
The claim of player Hen Caffin, for
salary from Cleveland for the time between the end of the Ohio nnd Pennsylvania season and that of the American
league, is disallowed, the commission
finding that Cleveland had not ordered
him to report during that period and
had no ground for his claim. There
having arisen some question over the
transfer of players, Irwin and Wilhelm
from Birmingham and Brooklyn, all
parties agreeing on the facts, the commission apportions the purchase money
$500 lo Birmingham, $300 to the player
and ths balance to ihe commission for
vlo'utlou of the rules regarding a non-
reserve contract.
Player Asmussen Is declared for ever
Ineligible on a rehearing of the claim of
his services. He hud claimed that he
should he declared a free agent, being
under contract, and In a former decision
the commission so ruled. Since then
his contract has been discovered and
the case was reopened and a new ruling
announced.
A fine of $2,500 is declared on Brooklyn for signing played John Doseher,
who is declared to hclong to the club
on whose reserve list lie appeared last
fall.
'he application of Edward Hughes
for release from his contract with the
Boston American league team was refused, the club having acted entirely
within Its rights. Player Oscar Knell
presented tio evidence In his application for reinstatement, and tho request
was therefore refused. At the same
time formnl notice was given to all
major league clubs regarding their actions ln the matter of purchased nnd
drafted players, a threat of fine for violation of the provisions of tho national
iign cuietil In that regard Is being made.
UNIQUE PRISON RECORO
Augustua   Machen,   Serving   Term   for
Poat Office Frauda, Haa Earned
Early  Liberty.
Washington, D. C, March 6.���Augustus W. Machen, one of the ringleaders
in the poBt office graft cases and whose
trials established a record for hard-
fought criminal cases in which the
Federal government has been Interested, is about to become a free man
again. Machen was sentenced to serve
two terms of two years each ln the
West Virginia penitentiary at Mounds-
ville. His good behavior has had the
effect of reducing the time to three
years and at midnight tonight his sentence expires. He is expected to join
his family in this city tomorrow.
The officials at the Moundsvtlle prison say Machen has proved himself to
be the moet capable prisoner who has
ever been incarcerated there. His
work has had the effect of placing the
ptison on a business basis equal to
that of any establishment���prison or
otherwise���In the country. So important were the reforms instituted at his
suggestion, and so valuable were the
changes made, that the committee of
the state legislature wanted to com-
p itnent him in their report of an Investigation made of the prison, but he
objected  to  receiving   the  compliment.
Machen's work In prison has been
ot such an important character and
his conduct so exemplary- that he has
been granted many extra privileges
during his confinement. He has never
spent a night in a cell. It Is said, having been given quarters In a large room
on the lower floor of the prison. His
work required his presence in the main
office of the prison at all hours, it
having been nothing unusual for him
to start on his wark as early as 5
o'clock and to remain up until midnight. During such time as the prison
work did not require his attention he
has been studying French and German
and Is said to have become proficient
In both languages. He was not required to wear the stripes of a convict,
and persons having business with the
prison transacted it with him without
having the slightest idea from his appearance that they were dealing with
other than a paid officer of the institution.
Machen is said to be the picture of
health, his condition being much better
than it was when he entered the prison. His hair Is a shade whiter than
when he was committed, but he is in
splendid physical condition. During
the three years that he has been deprived of his liberty he has not seen a
member of his family, but a photograph
-of all of them has formed part of a
glass paper weight on his desk. It was
his wish that members of his family
should not see him ln prison, and his
wish was respected.
STRINGENCY IN JAPAN
Industrial      Depression     Admitted      In
Toklo but Report of Financial
Panic is Denied.
Toklo, March 6.���Special cablegrams
from New York and London published
ln the Toklo newspapers have created
astonishment In financial circles because
It Is evident that certain influences
have determined to misrepresent and
exaggerate conditions ln Japan. These
special cablegrams Bay that the decline
of Japanese securities Is due to a financial panic.
The use of the word "panic" as representing the political situation Is entirely unwarranted. No panic exists ln
any direction. Owing to the continued
depression of the silk market, due largely to the American financial situation
and unsatisfactory cotton trade with
China, a number or firms in Osaka and
Kobe have failed during the last three
weeks. The total loss Is approximately
$4,000,000.
Two or three minor banks in the
province have closed their doors. The
stock exchange has been extremely dull
during the past two months In Toklo.
The railway stocks have fallen heavily
because confidence has been shaken concerning plans for nationalization which
may fail
It Is believed that tho depression will
continue until after the general election.
A leading broker said to the Associated
Press today:
"Government securities were weak
early ln the week, but since then they
have become firmer. Owing to rumors
of failures and many stringency reports,
prices ln all shares have been downward, hut the market shows the firmer
tendency."
A despatch from Kobo says that it Is
believed that the depression had reached Its limits and that conditions are improving.
Oratorical Contest.
Mt. Pleasant, la., March G.���Students
representing fifteen of the leading colleges of Iowa are gathering here for the
annual contest of the Iowa Colloglalo
Oratorical Association, which takoR
place tonight at Iowa WoBlevan University. A number of noted mon have been
secured to act as judges at the contest
I
FRUIT MAI
THfa  DAILY  i
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IAN
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Will  be delivered     every evening'    at
your door for
SO   CEtNTJS  A   IMOINTI-I
Fifty Cbnts a month
Amendment Promised by
Mr. Fisher
WILL PREVENT FRAUDS
Vancouver Bank Charter Is Granted
���Otter Stays in Canada���News
of Dominion Capital.
Ottawa, March 6.���Returns tabled in
the house by the minister of public
works shows that the total expenditure on Rideau Hall from 1891 to December 31, 1907, was $670,501; of this
amount $305,552 was lor maintenance
of buildings, $133,250 for heating and
lighting, $122,290 fur construction and
improvement ol buildings, and $26,900
lor improvement of grounds.
The report that R. W. Scott has tendered his resignation is authoritatively
denied.
Mr. Fisher will submit legislation to
the commons later in the session for
providing tor amendments to tbe fruit
marks act, which will considerably increase tne penalties for fraudulent
packing  and   branding of  apples.
V\ hen the bill for the incorporation ot
the Bank of Vancouver was called in
the commons banking and commerce
committee, 1- ielding said that before tlie
charier was granted tne commons should
have assuiance of the standing of the
men who were connected with tbe enterprise and their ability to carry it
thiough, aud also that tne promoters
would uot be coming back to parliament
for an exteusion ot time. Mr. Guthrie,
for lite promoters ol the bill, said the
bank was being organized In response
to the demand on the Pacific coast for
a native bank to deal particularly with
the interests of brllish Columbia. Assurances were gi\en by Messrs. Mac-
Pherson aud Galiiher as to the standing
ot the piomoters, when Fielding expressed satisfaction and the bill passed.
Brigadier-General W. D. Otter is to
succeed Major-General Lake, chief ol
stall, who returns to England in Ne-
vember.
The commons railway committee today reported a bill to amend the railway act. promoted by Kennedy, New
Westminster. The measure makes railways liable for damage by fire to all
property on their lines.
The banking and commerce committee
also passed the North Empire Fire Insurance company's bill. This Is a Western Canada enterprise and was promoted under the name of the Northern. The
bill to incorporate the Travellers' Life
Assurance company of Canada was objected to by the Travellers' company of
Hartford, Conn., on the groun that the
names would conflict. Chairman Miller
suggested the name of Canadian Travellers', but the sponsor of tbe bill refused
to accept without consultation with the
promoters and the hill was laid over.
The public accounts committee continued Inquiry into the circumstances
under which several blocks of timber
lands in Western Canada were disposed
of by the department of the interior.
G. U. Hyley, land commissioned of (he
Grand Trunk Pacific railway, who also
was for twenty-live years in charge of
the timber and mines branch of the in
terior department, was examined but
he had no recollection of a transaction.
The tenders doubtless were received by
him but he pussed them to the land
commissioner. Mr. J. G. Turriff, now
M. P. for East Assinlboia.
When examination of the marine department accounts waB taken up by the
commission, Hon. Mr. Brodeur was examined by Foster ln connection with
the contract the minister made with
Kenneth Falconer, of Montreal, for nn
expert examination of the system*of accounting in the marine department.
ISrodeur said Falconer was engaged on
the recommendation of Butler, deputy
minister of railways. The arrangement
was that Falconer was to be paid at
schedule rates but no figures were mentioned. Hrodeur said that good, clean,
honest administration was all he had ln
view. "We had a single entry system
and wanted one which would show at a
moment's notice what was being spent.
Whore you have a department spending
$6,000,000 a yenr, this is most import
ant."
Faat  Work  on   Battleship.
lloston, March 6.���A record for speed
In the construct ion of vessels for the
United States navy will likely bo es
tabllshed ln the case of the 20.000-ton
battleship North Dakota, which Is now
building In the Fore River shipyards
at   Qulncy.    Though   It  la    only    four
is since the kel was laid the ship
nearly twenfy per cent, finished, and It Is ex.iected the hull will t.'e
ready for launching about the first of
October. Considering the size of the
ship and the difficult problems involved
the progress made in her construction
Is considered remarkable by naval ex-
perls.
AMERICAN   RAILWAY  COMMISSION.
Voluntary Move by Roads in Investigate
and   Fix  Car   Rates.
Chicago, March 6.���The personnel of
the commission of the American Railway Association which will conduct a
research into the traffic conditions of
the country on which to base a permanent per diem car rate, was made known
yesterday. The commission was arranged for at a meeting of the association in Chicago last month which resulted in a vote to take a canvas regarding a reduction of per diem rates
and the lowering the rate from 50 cents
to 25 cents until such time as an expert commission could investigate conditions and supply data for making a
permanent rate. The nominees for the
commission which is assigned to be composed of railroad men of the widest experience and authority from traffic conditions are: Marvin Hewitt, Chicago,
president of the Chicago and Northwestern; James McRae, Philadelphia, president of the Pennsylvania; Lucius Tuttle,
Boston, president of the Boston and
Maine; Howard Elliot, St. Paul, president of the Northern Pacific; W. W.
Finlay, Washington, D. C, president of
the Southern. It Is expected that the
commission will conduct hearings in
railroad cent es throughout the country.
ENOORStU BY OFFICERS
Reuterdah      Says     His    Criticisms    of
Ame  ican   Navy  Are   Shared
by All Experts.
Callao, March 6.���Henry Reuterdahl,
whose caustic criticisms of the United
States navy caused in the nation wide
comment, and who aroused the ire of
the officials at Washington, has sailed
tor San Diego on the supply ship Culgoa.
He Is expected to arrive there in a fortnight. He will then go to Washington
to make reply to those who criticized
his criticisms. The man who declared
that tlie navy is inefficient, badly managed, and far below the standard the
people of the United States believe it
has attained, before leaving Admiral
Robley D. Evans's fleet, said: "I saw
four target practices of the United
States navy, and am now returning to
Washington to meet and answer the
critics.    I must be on the firing line."
"If 1 am ordered before the United
States senate Investigating committee
in regard to my comments on the navy,
1 will give complete proof of all my
charges, and 1 am ready to demonstrate
tbat two-thirds of all the active line
officers uphold my assertions regarding
our ships  of war.
"The navy is bedridden by a lot of
old fogies, who hold their jobs because
they  blindly follow  ancient traditions.
"I am single hearted*in my purpose,
am striking not at men but at a system,
and believe I am an avenger who is
welcomed by the majority of tlie officers of the navy."
After Mr. Reuterdahl's departure, the
fleet sailed from the port for Magdalenu
Day. Admiral Evans is still ill, but the
physicians say he is in no immediate
danger. The admiral suffers excruciating pain.
He said: "You may tell the people
of the United States the fleet will arrive at Magdalena Hay one day ahead
of its schedule, and 100 per cent, greater lu efficiency than when It left Hamilton lloads. We will cut out target practice within three weeks after the arrival at Magdalena Hay. avid do the flower parade up the coast without springing un engine or crippling a Jackie."
Imperial Tribute to  Shakespeare.
London, March G.���The committee
which bus In charge the movement for
the world's tribute to "Shakespeare,"
and of which Princess Louise is the
head have decided upon tlie erection of
an architectural  monument  and  statue
to be completed on tbe aootii anniversary of his death. It Is estimated that
the memorial will cost about $500,000.
competition for which will be thrown
open  for all  English speaking nations.
Hoppe's  Clever  Display.
Chicago, March 6.���Willie Hoppe. of
New York, last night gave a clever exhibition of 18.1 billiards iu the handicap
contest with Culvin Demarest. running
out the 400 points in eleven Innings with
an average of 3G 4-11. Demarest. ama-
trur champion, playing an 18.2 game.
was only able to secure 126 points with
an average of 12 6-10. The total for the
four nights' play was Hoppe 1,600, Demarest  983.
Anglo-American  Championship.
San Francisco, March 6.���Abe Attell
has signed articles to fight Jerry Drls-
coll. the crack English featherweight.
for the championship In that class. The
contest Is to take pb,icc In this cltv In
April, the date to be fixed later. Driscoll
is to be guaranteed $i.r,oo win, lose or
draw, and allowed expenses. The mutch
I  will bu at 122 pounds at the  ringside.
REFUSESJEPORT
Lord Tweedmouth Refuses Production
PRIVILEGE  OF  KAISER
First Admiralty Lord Disputes Claim
Asserted by Times That Letter
Is Public Property.
London, March 6.���"The letter from
the German emperor is purely a personal communication and there is no reference therein to the British naval estimates." This is the reply Lord Tweed-
mouth, First Lord of the Admiralty,
makes to the request of the Times this
morning for the production of a letter
Emperor William sent to Lord Tweed-
mouth on the subject of the British and
German naval policy, together with the
reply thereto, on the ground that Emperor William's motive was to influence
those responsible for the policy ot the
navy in the interests of Germany. Lord
Tweedmouth intimated that further information on the subject would be given
out in the House of Lords March 9th.
FULLER PUBLIC CONTROL.
Interstate    Commerce    Commission    is
Asksd to Restrict Mergers.
Washington, D. C, March 6.���One of
the most notable and representative
delegations that has appeared in Washington in a long time was that which
was heard today by the Interstate Commerce Committee of the Senate in reference to the Sherman Anti-Trust act.
The National Civic Federation selected
the members of the delegation as representative of the mercantile, agricultural, labor, and shipping interests of
the country.
Tbe delegation urged the enactment
of legislation providing for a non-partisan trust commission, representing the
interests of capital, labor, and the public, to make a thorough Inquiry into
the advisability of inaugurating a system of Federal license, or incorporation,
as a condition for the entrance of certain classes of corporations upon Interstate commerce, and also to Investigate the relation to the public interest of the purchase by one corporation
of the franchise or corporate stock of
another.
rpora
KINDERGARTEN   CONFERENCE.
International Gathering of Infant Class
Teachers.
New Orleans, La., March 6.���The
committee iu charge of arrangements
for the fifteenth annual convention of
the International Kindergarten Union,
which is to meet In New Orleans during the closing days of this month, Is
in receipt of advices indicating that the
gathering will be the largest and moat
representative of its kind that has ever
been held. Prominent kindergarten
workers will be present from practically every civilized country ln the world.
The sessions will last four days and
will be held ln the Athenaeum, in Gibson Hall of Tulane University and at
Isidore Newman manual training school.
The French Opera House haB been secured for the sessions that will be
open to the public.
-Prominent among the kindergarten
workers who will present papers or addresses to the convention are: Miss
Elizabeth Harrison of Chicago, Miss
Lucy Wheelock of Boston, Miss Clara
Wheeler of Grand Rapids, Miss Mary
D. Hill of Louisville, Mrs. Anna Noble
of San Antonio, Miss Nina Vaudewalk-
er of Milwaukee, Miss Mary McCul-
loch of St. Louis. Miss Stella Wood of
Minneapolis. Miss Geraldlne O'Grady of
Brooklyn, and Miss Maud Lindsay ot
Tuscumbla, Ala.
English  Coal   Mine  Fatality.
Birmingham, Eng., March 6.���Repeated efforts of rescue parties with oxygen
apparatus to reach the entombed miners now believed to number twenty-one
at Hampstead collieries, have failed.
One of the rescuing parties was overcome by the fumes and had to abandon
the attempt. Two others narrowly escaped suffocation.    The fire ln the mine
is still raging and there is no hope
now that a rescue can be effected.
Times Recommends Hague.
London, March 6.���The Times In an
editorial this morning suggests that
China and Japan should submit their
dispute over the seizure by China of
the Japanese steamer Tat.su Maru at
Macao  to  The  Hague tribunal.
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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.
WE WILL TELL YOU MORE ABOUT THESE
GOODS LATER ON.
In the meantime it will pay you to await their arrival
before making your purchase.
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Capital Authorized   $10,000,000    Capital Paid Up $4,860,000
Reat   $4,860,000
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ABKOWHKAD,
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OBANBROOK,
Branches is British Columbia:
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SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed on  deposits  from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
J.   iVf.   UAY,   Manager.
IVEJI.SOIN   BRANCH
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated  A.  D.  1869.
HEAD OFFICE,  MONTREAL.
Capital $3,900,000     Reaerve  Fund , -14,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all kinds of Banking Buaineea.
8PECIAL ATTENTION given to the
Javlnga Bank Department, and
Intereat credited Quarterly on
Savlnga Bank Account*.
HOME SAVINGS BANKS Furnished
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
Published mx davs a wee*( by the
CANADIAN  PUBLISHING COMPANY, LTD.
Baker Hi..   Nelson. B. C
SuDicrlptloo rut.������. Vi cent! a month delivered
In the cltv, or 96.00 a year If lent by mall, when
paid ln advance-
Advertlairiet; r>-.������-- on application.
All montefi paid in Keitlement of The Dally
CaQ&dlan account.*., either for hubucrlptionn or
advertising, mimt be receipted for ou the printed
ormt of tne Company. Other receipt* are not
Talld.
Friday,  March  6,   1908.
NEW   ELECTION   LAWS.
Tho IBMgrs aCCOUUt to baud of tht
amonrlmonU to the Dominion election
lawH proposed by Mr. Ayleewortb bard*
ly afford a ba.si�� for comprehensive
summary. Any thing that win tend to
prevent or dlBrourHK'; the ��.*xf;reir��j of
corrupt and corrupting IriMuencoH in
elections ia tiure of a warm welcome
Tho genera] election 1h the one means
tin- (h-mocracy haw of declaring Ltfl will
and it its all important that the declaration he clear, deliberate and honest.
The clauses that provide heavier r>f*n-
alticH for giving and accepting bribes,
for returning officers or other election
officials or any others who tamper with
ballots or ballot boxes, the clauses aim
ed at preventing disfranchisement of
electors by the dishonesty or stupidity
or Officials and those that prohibit corporation interference, will be received
with universal approval
Of course, the vulue of the law will
depend OS much upon the manner of
its enforcement as upon the law ItBOlf.
Many evilH could have been prevented
had the present laws been honestly,
Impartially and strictly enforced, iiap
pliy, it may bo admitted that there Ik
nothing in Mr. Aylesworl.h's public career to justify any suspicion of Insincerity on his part. The amendments
will no doubt receive tho sanction of
parliament and become law. It will rest
then with the officers of the law, the
crown attorneys and judges, and ultl
inately with the conscience of the people, to secure their enforcement and
purge the country of a great evil.
Hut there Is one form of political corruption, the most Insidious and most
dangerous of all, which the bill, as reported, makes no provision for preventing.
Appeals to pergonal venality can be
successfully made only to a small proportion of the electors in any constituency, often, it is true, to enough to decide the issue of an election, but it is a
relatively small number that is corrupted and degraded by them, not the whole
community.
There is, unfortunately, no attempt
in the preHont bill to deal with the far
more deadly form of corruption exercised openly by ministers of the crown.
Election promises are proverbally
generous. When an eager candidate
pledges himself to demand and obtain
certain favors for his constituency, his
pledge cauHcs only general amusement.
The motive in obviously corrupt but
[practically no harm is done, and It is
doubtful if a single voter Is ever Jn-
flue&ced by such transparently silly
promises.
Hut It is far different when a responsible minister of the crown, with the
power to make his promises effective',
goes into a constituency, it may be Into
a whole province, and promises favors
on condition of his party being supported.
That Is ibe worst of all forms of
bribery,,the mosl openly defiant of tbe
spirit of the law, and Ihe most corrupt.-
ing in IU Influence on the whole country.
Tie- alternative of "warm sympathy
<t told Justice" presented to Ihe electors of North Btmcoe by the late A. S.
Hardy, on the authority of Sir Wilfrid
.-.Hurler, was the most dastardly appeal
ever made in public by a Canadian
statesman. Tbe indignation with which
it was received by all clauses In every
part of the Dominion roused the hope
that such appeals would be made no
more.
Bul even that outrage has been excelled in (he late campaign In Now
Drunswick by the Hon. W. Pugsley.    It
Certificate  of  Improvements.
INO'J ICI3.
"April Fool" No. 2 Mlm-ml Claim, nlluate
In the NelMon Mining DirillODOi West Kootenav
lJlutrii't.
Where located: Between Kagle mid Handy
crcek��, and about one half mile from tho doorman Mill.
Take notice that I, P <*. (Jrcen, acting hh agent
for.I. )'. HwcdhiTK, Free Miner'* i lertiflcate No.
B747.S, Intend, td.sty <Ih>h from the date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Keconler fora Certificate
of Improvement-., f,,r tj1(. p,,r,���,st. 0f obtaining a
Crown Onirit of tin- above dulm.
And further twke notice that action under
���SOtJon B7, in nut in- commenced beforo the Issuance of such Cprliflealc of Improvement*.
Dated thU 88tD day of January. A. ft., ltW7.
K. C. UUKKN,
Is impossible to avoid the inference that
his utterly corrupt appeals were made
with the full knowledge and approval
of Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
Canadians generally will thank Mr.
Aylesworth for his honest attempt to
prevent minor evils, and will deeply regret that some malign influence has
p.evented his attacking the incomparably greater evil.
MORE   LIBERAL  LOGIC.
Our contemporary says this morning:
"It is fortunate for Attorney-General Bowser that It Is not proposed to
make the amendments to the Dominion
{Elections Act retroactive. One of the
am* ndments Is to the effect that any
person circulating false statements
with a view to affecting the election of
a candidate for parliamentary honors
shall be liable to a fine of $5U0 or two
years  imprisonment."
Probably not in malice but in sheer
stupidity, our contemporary has omitted the essential words of the report,
"for circulating false statements about
a candidate." Before Mr. Bowser's
statement would come within the clause
it must be shown that his statement
was about a candidate���merely "affect-
inc candidates' chances" is stupidly irrelevant���that it was false, and that
he knew It to befalse. Without any
of these essential elements established,
'he attack upon Mr. Bowser is mere
irresponsible   slander.
Even if the charge were perfectly
well founded, it would be peculiarly imr
pudent in the circumstances. Every
man In Canada knows, even our contemporary knows, that if the proposed law
had been in force and enforced In the
palmy days of "Hug-the-Machine" Preston. "Thin-Red-Line" Leech, and saore
than a hundred others who are still in
the Dominion civil service, the Liberal
party would be practically without Its
corps of trained "workers."
Wife Assisted Murderer.
Indianapolis, Ind., March 6.���John
Grubbs, colored, who was charged with
the murder of Emelian Colwan, near
Hush Wile, Indianna. confessed today
that Mrs. Colwan assisted him in the
crime. He said she threw her arms around her husband's neck while he
struck Colwan with a hatchet. Another
mob formed yesterday and Grubbs was
brought to Indianapolis for safe keeping.
CANADIAN
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From TORONTO
BRANTFORD
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KINGSTON  50.10
OTTAWA  51.40
OTTAWA via Chicago  52.45
MONTREAL  52.70
QUEBEC  56.00
ST. JOHN-MONCTON  60.95
HALIFAX  63.45
Tickets on sale Feb. 29th, April 29th,
1008. Corresponding low rates from intermediate points.
For further Information as regards to
rates,   etc.,   apply   to
0 k. Mcpherson,
a.p.a.. Winnipeg
W. H- DEACON
J. MOE,
D P.A., NoUon
C P A , Nelion, B.C.
NOTICE.
Tiki- notice (bat Alfred Kdwnrri Watt*., of
H km-.) i rlfl Krltlnh Columbia, lumberman, in
tends to apply for pcrmliRion to lease the fol-
IowIiik described land, situate near Procter on
tin- Hon Hi nhore of tbe weat arm of Kootenay
Ijik''. ni'ifi- iinrtlcularlv described aa follows:
' ",.,,!). in-int,' iii ib*' northweat corner of Lot 4
of Ixh HW.t, QtoOV li Weat Kootenay blatrlct,
thanes lfino feet QaM chalna) westerly along the
sooth ibpra line ��' the weat arm of Roots nay
Lake ami being tbe north boundary of Lot 4 of
Lot 809 to the northwest corner ot Lot 4 of Lot
:tou, tbeoee Z2H0 feet ($4 ft6 ehalna) along the aouth
all ore line of tbe weat arm of Kootenay Lake ana
being ihe north boundary of Lot 16 ol I-ot 308,
Croup i. West Kootenay IMstrict; thence north
l'A2 feet {2 ehaliia); thence easterly 8960 feet
(60.00 chalna) mid parallel With the south shore
line of tbe weat arm of Kootenay Lake; thence
aouth LAS feet (2 chalna) to point of cemmenee-
inout, and containing 120 acres, more or less.
Dated tbla 12th day of February, A. ft., 1908.
A. K. WATTS.
Certificate  of Improvements*
NOTICE.
������Red Point," "Vertiamo," "Greenwood Fractional," "tireeuwood and Jack Pot Fractional"
Mineral Claims, tdtuate in the Nelson Mining
Division of Weat Kootenay  Dlatrlct.
Where located :-On Kagle Creek above the
Poormau Mine.
'J'aae notice that I, John McLatchle. of the
City ol Nelaon, acting aa agent for Jons. P. 8 wed -
berg, Free Miner's Certificate No B7476 aud
Outr Joliuaou Free Miner's Cortlfleato No B62S
intend n.xty daya from tbe date hereof to ap
ply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates o
Improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining
Crown Crania of the above claims.
And   further   take  notice  tbat  action,   under
Hcctlnn :17, must be commenced  before the is*
suance of such Certificates of Improvements.
u. Dated this /7th day ,of September, A. P., 1907
JOHN WcLATCHJK
Tremont House
Knrooeau and American Plan
Meals S5 eta.   Rooms from ii. cu. to II.
only White Help Km ployed
MALONE   &   TREGILLUS
Baker St.. Nelson Proprietors
Athabasca
Saloon...
CORNER
BAKER AND
KOOTENAY
STREETS.
Most comfortable quarters      Nelsc
Only the best o (Liquors mid uiga
BILLIARDS.
POOL.
MARTIN   IVEN8 JNO.   PHILBERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renoraterl and refurnished. Rooms 60 cents upward The
dining room Is unexcelled ln tbe city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. KRICKSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 260.    Opposite Court Rous.
and Postofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Baku Street, Nelaon. 8. <:.
RATES S2 PER DAY
Large  and   Comfortable   Bedroom    and First
class Dining Kooin.
MRS.  E. C. CLARKE,  Proprietress.
Bartlett   House
OKO. W. BARTLKTT,
Proprietor.
Best DoLur-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar fa the Finest.
White Help Only  Km ployed
Joaephlne St.
Nelson. B. (,'
Royal Hotel
MSB. WILLIAM  ROHKKTH.;
eaopaiaTaass.
Rates fl and $1.50 a Day.
Special Rates to Bejrular Boarders
Corporation of the City of Nelson.
NOTICE.
The Board of Health of the City of
Nelson deem it advisable tbat as a
measure of precaution all citizens should
be Taccinated, and notice is hereby
given to those desiring to be vaccinated
and who are not ln a position to incur
the expense thereof, that tbe Medical
Health Officer will be ln the Council
Chamber, City Hall, on Thursday, the
6th day of February, between the hours
of 4 and 6 o'clock p. m., and on each
succeeding week day as required at the
same time and place, for the purpose of
vaccinating those who may present
themselves.
W.  E.  WASSON,
City Clerk.
February 6th, 1908.
TIMBER NOTICES.
elson Land District District of West Kootensy
Take notice that 1, L. W. Hhaver, intend tu apply (or ft special licence to cut end curry away
timber from 640 acres of land 1 Commencing ���'t
a post marked L. W. Shaver, northwest comer
thence eighty chains south, thence eighty
chslns east, thence eighty chains north, thence
eighty chalus west to place of beginning, containing 640 acres, more or lest,, and eant hni) ml-
jacent to timber licence IA024. and hUo south
and adjacent to timber licence No 1&U28, and almi
south and adjacent to P. A. Shaver timber limit
No. 1.
Dated November 21st, 1907.
L. W, Hhaver, locator,
A. Ha. kktt, agent.
Nelson Land District. District of Went Kootenay
Take notice that I, Charles Dutchor, Intend
to apply for a special timber Ilceuce, to cut mid
carry away timber from 64tf acres of land Commencing at No. 1 post about 12 mljes west of the
Kootenay river, on the north side of (Boundary
creek' and north, aud adjacent to timber iJceiiNen
10400, and one mile north of the international
boundary line: commencing at a post marked
Charles Dutcher's southwest corner, thence M0
chains north, thence 80 chains east, thence no
chains south, thence 80 chains west to the place
of beginning, containing 640 acres, more or 1*jhh.
Located November lHth. 19U7.
cmj.ri.ih DuTCHttt, locator.
No-2. Commencing at a post marked charlea
Dutcher's southeast corner, thence ho chain*!
north, thence 80 chains west, thence 8u chains
south, thence 80 chains east to the place of beginning, and west and adjacent to number one
timber limit, and containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Located November 18th, 1907.
CHAB1.E8 Dutchrr. Locator.
No. 8. Commencing at a p t marked Charlea
Dntcher's northweat corner snd about lb mllcy
west of tbe Kootenay river on the north side oi
Boundary creek and north and adjacent to timber Ucenve 16660, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence north SqcbalnH, thence
west 80 chalna *.o the place of beginning, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located November 18th, 1907.
ciiAHi.EN DtrrcHKH, Locator.
Ne. 4. Commencing at a post marked Charlea
Dutcher'a northeast corner, theuce south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north 80
chalna, thence east 80 ehalna to the place of beginning, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located November 18tb, 1907.
Chaelss Dutches, Locator.
No. 5. commencing at a post marked Charles
Dutcher's southeast corner, thence 80 chalti*
north, thence 80 chains west, thenee wo chains,
south, thence 8c chains east to the place of beginning, containing 040 acres, more or less.
Located November 18th, 1907.
Chaklbs liiTrHKji, Locator.
No. 6. Commencing at a post marked Charles
Dutcher's southwest corner, induce north *)
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west B0 chains to the placj of be>
^
WATCH FOR  OUR FRIDAY BARGAIN SALE
FRED IRVINE & CO.
Special Run Sale of New La-
ces, Embroideries and Muslins
These lines are now on sale at exceedingly low   prices.      A fine stock to
select from.
Embroideries from 5c to $1.50 per yard.
Laces from 25c per dozen up.
New Dress Muslins from 15c to 75c per yard.
FRED IRVINE & CO.
AGEINTS BUTTERICK  PATTERNS
BRITISH CANADIAN WOOD
PULP & PAPER CO., LTD.
3 1 3 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
We have estabiishod tlie townsif.- of Port Mellon on Howe Sound, 25 miles from Vancouver and MM
ed the water rights of Rainy River, which Is capable of developing from 2000 to 6000 horse-power, for tbe lo-
cation of our mammoth plant for the manufacture of newspaper, building paper, wraoplng paper, etc.. tie
plant to Dave a capacity of 150 tons of finished paper per week; the compary hope to have the pulp plant II
L.
We now offer for subscription the balance of our firat allotment of Preferred 8tock In blocka of 100
sharea  at  J1.00  per  ahare;   each  100 aharea entitled to a bonus of 25   aharee of Preferred.
The preferred stock is entitled to a dividend of 7 per cent, commencing; November 1, 1908. The 7 per
cent, dividend Is due and payable before any dividend |��� paid upon the common stock After 7 per cent, hu
been pald upon preferredI both stocks thereafter participate equally. There Is no good reason why the preferred should not pay from 25 to 50 per cent, dividends.
The hooks of the corporation are open at any time for the Inspection of the general public. There llM
watered stock no Inflated values, no fronnd-floor plan, or huge promoters' profits In tbe enterprise. I'nllH
most corporations, taatead of allowing 15 to 25 per cent, for advertising and sale of stock, the entire ooa>
mission, literatute, newspaper advertising, brokerage, olilce expenses, etc, It limited to 10 percent
The public are cordially Invited to visit our demonstrating plant, .in Cordova street, and witness
no;TeVnBlrb:rnt0^r',no,tc,aiPm,,Lr"m  "*"" n**** "^ ��� M'""8' d,8c"do" *"'"��'�� "��""��� *����� Jttj
DIRECTORS:
Cap.ain II. A. Mellon, J. P., American
Lloyds AKent, etc.
W. H. R. Colllster, Manager Albion
Iron  Works, Vancouver.
Francis J. P. Gibson, British Columbia Trust Corporation.
J. C. \V. Stanley, formerly General
Manager West London P "r Mills,
London, England.
Col. T. II. Tracey, M.C., Soe. C. F. . IV
L, S., D. I* s., Con., Eng., former city
Engineer <>' Vancouver.
Fred Smith, member of Smith.
Wright & Davidson, Wholesale Paper
Co., Vancouver, B, C
II M. nurrltt. Western Mnnnger Cor-
ticelll Silk Co., Vancouver, 13. C.
Eustace II. Joins, Harrlstor, etc., Vancouver, B. C.
Geo. D, Cates. Cates Shipbuilding
Co.,  Vancouver, B, C.
Clreely KoltH,formerly General Manager Pacillc Coast Coda Co.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS   FOR STOCK  MUST   BE   MADE   DIRECT   TO
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA TRUST CORPORATION
VANCOUVER, B. C.
RUUU PROSPECTUS SEINT OIV APPLICATION
K.unltiff,   cotialnliiK MO teres, moru or less
Loeate<1 November lHth, 1!Si7.
Chaki.ks Pim-iiaR, Locator.
West Kootenay Lund District. District of West
Kooleuay.
Take notice that f, t. (:. Jhiisch, ot Ht.okune,
Wash., occiipntloli tiinlKTinsli, Intend tonpply
Tor a special timber licence over tbe following
described lands:
1. CommctieliiK at ii post planted at the H. W.
corner, about 1 mile from Kvln Johnstons P l K
No. <l(',(i, said post bellis placed on the intern*.,
tlonal boundary line, thence north 4(1 chains,
theucu east ]6ti chains, thencu south 40 chains
.hence won 16u cluiliiH to polnl of commencement, containing 640 acres.
Dated Doe mix-ram, 1U07. J. (.'. .Iakskn
2. rjomnatTclag at a post planted at Ibes W
corner, a'lout 40 chains north from tlie H. W
cornor of location No. 1., thence north 4li chains
thuuee east 164* chains, theneo south 40 chains'
theneo west 1(10 chains to point of commence-
mimt oontalulnnrno ���,.���.,. p        j (; j"��� .���
corner"*!,',1;,'.'.'''^'" ,'" " n""' Planted at the H. W.
corner,?l''''<" chain, liorlh from (he H. W.
!���" '..'. ':.",'!��� }"'! *."��� ��. '."'nee  north 40 chain.,
-. ��� ...irtb 4u attains,
l��0  chains,  thence  soulh SO chain.,
,,,, .,. ,     'tains  to  point of eomimiice-
nnjnt, containing640aoras. .t o. Iakhkn.
c���4r���,.'r'���"".""'���"���il.ig ul a post planted at Iho H. W.
,    "���'"'��l ''" chains north   from  theH W
i���.,.!,",'?, '"!' N" ���'��� "'once north 40 chains.
.   . .      ''hams,  thence south 40 chains
leiice west lu, chains to  point of commence-
mem .oop taming MO aoras. J. O. Jasmkn.
( oiniiiciiclugiit a post planted at tho H W.
tbttttt -to chains north from the H. W.
'location Nn4, theneo north 40 chains.
'asl imi,��� italnt, thence south 40 chalna,
anas west 11,0 chains to point nf oomineueo-
lent, containing till) acrea.
December 4lh, 1907. J. c. Jaxshm.
��.   Commencing at a poit planted at thoB, W.
then,
then
corner
corner
then on
comer about 40 chalna north 'ros.$alifl
corner of location No. 8, thence nort'i wj ,���
I hence cast 1(10 chains, thence soiil" �� JS>|
thence west 100 chalna, to point 01 ss��" P
ment, uontalmug 640 acroa, , ^ osof.]
Docombor4th, 1907 J c-     ,-'
7.   Commencing at a poat planfed rtVfJt
cornor and adjoining the N.K OorBSIS'SJ
thenee east 40 chalna,  thence """'' Hiriil
thenee cat SO chains,  thence south J Jjj.
theuce west 80 chalna, theneo """'������ J*)ifl*
to polut of f iciiwinctit. contalniej     pj,
liecemoor Sth. ��� w  *       ,.
a. Commencing at a post planted ���'Hifll
corner, about % of a mllo In a ��""���"" M
direction from the aouth fork ol ���"VL i��el��
aud about VA mile, from thtI,,"1,"'1,'"' id**
soutli .60 chain., thence easl 40 tb��l�� �����>
north 16(1 chalni, theneo west 40 chain,
of commouceiueut, containing ,f*"Ji< v tgiMJ*
December ����b, 1��07. *��� >��� * The Daily Canadian
sss/a
"THE ORCHARD OF THE EMPIRE"
DIRECT FROfl OWNER TO BUYER
We are the lnrg<Ht Individual  owners of mad fruit i-,,���t i��� h     i- ,, .
existing lines of transportation. ' n(i in t,m K��"t*nay district, British Columbia, on direct
THEHEARTOFTHE FRUIT DISTRICT
ftt Ktmthall Valley    Arrow   Lake.
at Nakusp  Arrow Lake.
at  Tho  Narrows    Arrow   Lake.
at Wliatshan  Lake    Arrow   Lake,
at Cinnamon Cretk   Arrow Lake.
at Mioliaiul Cnck    Arrow   Lake.
at Van Bottten Creek    Arrow  Lake.
at Butoblnson Greek Arrow  Lake.
at  BoWman   Creek Arrow   Lake,
at Little  Doer  Park Arrow  Lake
at Hrooklyn.'. Arrow  Lake.
above have splendid lake frontage.
between Sulnio and Brie on Q, N. Ry.
4 miles north of Fruitvale on   G.  N.  Ry.
2 miles north of Fruitvale on  G. N. Ry.
B8SQ
AcreB
isei
Acres
1498
Acres
21411
Acres
160
AcreH
:t06
Acres
194
Acres
120
Acres
305
Acres
8i��9
Acres
657
Acres
All of the
K60
Acres
573
Acres
223 Acres
The three tracts  last named   are 40  miles  south  of  Nelson   in  the famous   Fruitvale   district.
AND TEN ACRE ORCHARD TRACTS
At  Fruitvale  and  on the  Arrow   Lakes with  all  the  conveniences  and comforts of civilization-.
School, Post Office, Stores, etc.
Soil, Location, Prices and Terms cannot be beaten.
Plans, Maps, Blue Prints, Prices, Etc., on Application.
Please specify tract when writing for  Information.
Kootenay Orchard Association
Nelson
British Columbia
|You cannot dine on FROG LEGS every day.    We furnish the
Staples
Beef,   Pork,    Mutton  and Veal
Also
Hams. Bacon and hard
With all varieties of
Fresh and Smoked Fish
in the market
Mincemeat of Finest Quality in glass aud wood.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
I Kaslo. Rossland     NELSON, B. C�� Bonndary
LAND NOTICES.
K< du Lend Dmtrtci. JHemri of ffeit Kootenay
iKkt :;.��������� I i,ii* Hurry Bird, of Nelson, oocu-
ptti ii real Mttta Kgenl. luicnclti |o apply for
IH-TtatHntoti lo ptiri'hafi the following described
�����;. % t'omnu ucliiK at ��� pom pi a ii ted at the
>i oornaf of Lol 373, theuce runnliiK
north 20 - halim, thence west'JO chain*, thenee
HQth 20 cbfttni. limru or lens, to the   northerly
v   uf  Lot ITS. Umbos following north
boundary  \a,\ ins to  point oi commencement.
containing 10 KTei, more or leu.
Dated February l&tn, laon. Harhy Bird,
F. O. Urrkn, Agent.
|KeUo
ITak.
Kr..,l
niKkur.
���ebaH i
I'-Hillal
ffifion
rtirerti,
ctititis
north t
< Land Uutrii'l.   Dint rid oi Woal Kootenay
notlOS   that Kretl. J. Hamnionit,  agent   for
1 antler, of   Nelson,  occupation   watch-
inietiilH to ajiply   for (wriplwluii to pur-
������ following ii.'MTi!.ni  lands:   I'oinmen-
" i��>kT   planted   about 2>^   miles cast ol
reek,  thence  *U chains   in   an easterly
ii.   theuce   20 chains    south,   thenee   i<
in a westerly direction,  thenee 2o chains
" tho point of commencement, couIhIuinn
. it.ore or less
l Nov. Botha 1907.
Frbdhh k  Ioiin Tanner,
!���' -i   s.mMiiM", Agent.
I-Ki-Ui.il Land District.  District of West Kooleuay
I   Take notion that   Fred J. tiainmmis, SfODtlQt
*���*    nnilard, ol   Proctor, occupation   randier,
Wtemli to apply for permission to plirebSM ttaS
���ouowing   ���tsscribod   lands:    Commcuciuit at a
V'*i ,'iHiiieil about U. miles east of Wilson crock,
��� southwest 90 i-lialus, thence northwest 90
i.lheuos urn iIi.um .'uriiMin-. the nc* south
| ""I W chalni to the the point of commencement
���"ijtsiniiiK *o acrea, more or less.
"*t*d NoT.aotb, 1W07.
Aimiiiiuii  ANOEKHON   Ma1.Iai.j-,
Agent K   J   Gammons.
In'"1n.ii i.JUll. lustrlet. District ot Weil Kootenay
(),1*k'' ""Hcc thHi W. A. Hudson, timber emluer,
ii)i'i'"'i ��� Bpok��no county, Washington, DOS
ui tas l iiuort Htalcsof America, tulcnds to apply
I r"-[" ial limber license over the followiKx
' ''ii'i'l lainis: t:onimouclngal a post markeo
iin. ' ,!1',,,l,',��� 00 the north bank of Com creek,
Z!lr* Junction Ol   the North fork of Corn creek
|w...i ! --alu stream, about live miles lu u
m<miv direction from cniitiiieiit-u Ol sai<l Corn
chit* . l,u' Knolunay river; thence north 40
'- tlienee west l(ki chains; thenee south 40
I niru. ' "18aOT ���*������ lflo chains to point of coin
I .u.ce"icnt, coiilaimng 640 acres more or less.
I,,.. 'I""1 adjoins timber limit No 7 ou the
I ���'*...In """her limit No. B ou the south, as lo-
aJW aj me.
*o*ted November 7, ii)07.
IU'!,,. , W'lLI.IAM A. IIUOSON, Locator.
'nicHse.i |iy i-Htriok 0. Hhlno
A S,!?���11 aiHl "*g"ed by the within named W
...Qiraaoa   on   the89(11 0��y Of November, A   ft.
.  """���<'  mo ut Hpokaue,   Hpokaue   (Jountv,
llM'��UMi,otieof tliu United Hlatesof America.
Patrick 0, suinb.
Tak      Hn rl0tl   iJ,t,trict ot West Koolenaj
ocoa ftS��Uoe thRl Im*����Il* Pierce, fBtrasiburg,
lur.,,,'"" married woman, Intends to appU
SribodIhtiwi l"   Imrt"haso   the  following  (fos
Ihe iiii,.rll .1 "inmeticlng al a post pUutei) m
B18Q a , ,'1.'"OI1 "r the nortb lioundarr of Uil
""'ii.t'.'u , V'. e,lKl houndary ol Lot No. H18ft.
ei��n wir,, b. *iUH' more or loss, to tbe north-
north K.I. / ,'" ''Imbur I.iuiit No. 7071, thence
le'��, t.r'i,." ""' ltl0��,:u weat 20 chains, more 01
'ollo^n?   OMt|Wo  of Whatshau   lake,   thene.
^'���otioBTinii   2  ln  K  """therlv ��ud   vesterl)
"*'-lli>n wiVi c,UUnH' "'"ro or loss to the inter
ktt.fntin"? '-t,tH-8&. tlienee SS chains,  more oi
���nUowia
| N��i
7H' OOtOO0I>ritt#. IHAHKILA PIKIU-K.
k. ft. KAtT^uiKR, *g��nt.
tJJ l;tl'!<11 Dl"tr����l- 1'Utrietoi WesiKuotenaj
i.,,i|(. |J" ,'"e that Alexander J. McCool, o
' l*nniaain^>0?UD*"��5 t!ll)rlt. Intends toHppi>
"'^'Uh ,,i ��� l\,tn *,��r"n����o the followlt g des
1 ����uu erii ['*>,m,ni)UOiu�� ��l �� P"st planted 01
uru boundary oi B, U Bouthern Rail
way rlcht-of-way, about onu and a half mllea
westerly from the northwest coruer oflot.tiW3,
group 1, Kootenay. thenee soulh 80 chains,
theuce east 80 chains, tlniice north Ml chains to
southern boundary of laid right of-wm . thence
west t*u chains along said voutln'rn boundary to
point of commencement, and containing 600
acres, more nr less
Dated November 8th. 1901
ALKXANUIR  J     M<i:ool,.
Nelson LtUkd IMstrict.   District ol West Kootenay
Take notlOS Hial K. F. Morten, acting as agent
for J. ii  Burden, of Poklnk. n. b. o<'eupatinn
nifchanic, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase Ihe lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post planted on the easterly whore
of Arrow lake and admit 10 chains north of the
N. K. comer of lol SIM, thence cast 90 chains.
theuce north 40 chains, more or less, to the lake
slioie, thence southwesterly along the lake shore
lo the point of eonunenoementi and containing
fti acre-:, more or less.
l ate<l November ISth, 1U07   JAMBI II   Bl'KORN,
K. P    BtRUKS, Agent.
Nelson I*and District.   District of West Kootenar
Take   notice    that   John  James  Cameron,  of
Ferule,   British Columbia,  occupation   <*uhtractor,     Inleuds     to     apply     for     permission    to
purchase the following described land;   Oont-
uii'iiciiiK at a post planted on the southern
In iu tnlary of the Hi tl. Southern Fight of-way
about 40 chains wcsterlv lrom the N. W coruer
of lot Sum.,, group I, Kootenay, ihenee south <'>o
ohalns, tbenee ea��t m chains, the new north f-ti
chains to the southern boundary s>{ the said
rlght-of way, thonOO wi-stcrly along said south
SHI tsiuiidary of rteht of-wity to the point
cotninciiceiiient, and containing MO acres, more
or less
Dated NoTember 9th, iixff.
  .1   UN Jamrs Camrron.
Nelson Land District. District of West KtHitctiay
Take notice that John Shlell. of NeolleH. B C.,
occupation rancher, Intends to apply for per-
nlSBlon to purchase the [oIIowIiik described
laud; Com me ii ri tig at a post planted at the
northwest coruer of l>ot 7SWt, (hence Weal 40
chalus, thence south Mo chains, Iheuce ra.~.t 4U
chains, thence north no ehatns to the point of
eommenccinent, and eoiilalntug :Il!ii acres, more
or less.
I Mod 18th October, 1907. JAHtl BUOU,
K. tt. KaVOI'IKH. Agent.
Nelson hand District District of West Kootenay
lake notice that Angus Mct-lll, of the City of
Nelson, occupation II reman, intends to apply for
permission tn purchase the following d< scribed
lauds: Commencing at a post planted at the
>. W.   corner   L    C.   Morrison'l   ranch,   in   Kir
alley, tin neo   north   forty  (4ti) chaius,  thene
ust   lopiy   (40) chains,   iheuce  south     .   itj   (-In
alns, du nee west forly (It")  ctialtiH oint 0
tn meneeuient,   and  containing   (die hundred
d six ty (100) acres, more or less.
Died Hupto Jiher2nd. 11SI7.       ANut'h   HcOtlL
Nelson LUd District.   District of West Kootenay
Take notice that   Hugo Carstens, of Winnipeg,
Man.,   occupation   publisher,   intends  to apply
lor  pwrmlvlon   lo   purchase the   following   described tana:
Commencing nt   a   post planted   on   the   west
oundary of I.. 4ilt, 0, I, (iihottt fi miles from Arrow Lake, on   UotqaltO Creek) and 91  chnlne 76
links south of the N. W. (*. of said  lot, running
lhence   west SO chains, theneo south   HO chains,
ihenee east Mil chains, theneo north no chslns to
place of commencement, containing   G4u acres,
more or less.
Cuaki.rs Mahmiiai.1.,
Agent  for  Hugo C'arateiui.
Dated ���/.t December LOGS*
Nelson Land District.   District oi West Kootenay.
Take notice that Tina Bergman, of Altona,
Mau , occupation wife of O. Bergman, farmer,
Altona, Mau , Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land:
Commune.ug at a po��t planted at the N. K. C.
of Hugo Carstena' application to purcbaee and
running theuce west HO chains thence north 80
chains, thenee eaat 40 chalna, thence aouth >
chalus 2h links, th<*nce east 40 chains, thence
south 71 chains 7t> links to point ot commence'
ment, containing 607 acres more or leas.
Chables Marshall,
Agent   lor  Tina  Bergman-
Dated ��t December 1907.
W'est Kootenay L*nd District. District of Ooat
River.
Take notice that I, Ueorge A. Hunt, of Kit.
chener, occupation timber man, intend to
ai'i'iy for permission to purchase the
following described land: Cnmniencing at a
post planted* about 40 cbStlns, west ot Thompson
marked N W. corner, thence south 10 Si chains
theuce cast 44 67 chains, thenee north 31.45
chains, thenee west along B.C. Southern Kail-
way to place of commencement, containing tfh.lt*
acres
Dated January 8th, 1906.       (Jeobbe H. Hunt
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that 1, Frederick Adle, of Waneta,
It C, occupation merchant. Intend to apply for
permissiou to purchase tbe following described
laud: Commencing at a post planted about 10
chalus west ol the N S. corner of lot *>>22, thence
north 2o chains, thenee east 80 chains, thence
south 20 chains, theuce west 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 160 acrea, more or
less.
Dated January .'1st. 1908.       FRIDirick Apia.
Nelson Land District Diatrlctof West Kootmiuy.
Take iioifeethat LeviHeorge l'ayne, of Needles,
tt. C., occupation rancher, intends to apply for
permission lo purchase the lollowing described
lands: I'ominetii ing at u post planted about lf��
chains wi'stof Whtitshan creek and '18.'H4 cIihIiis
-outb of  tho  SOUthweil   corner  of Lot No-   8A4H
running theuce north so chains, thenre west ho
chains, thence south 18106 chains, thenee east
li f>88 chains, thenee south 07 H4fi chains, theuoe
,'i7 419 chains east to point of eonimencemeut,
containing -1SI acres, now snrveyd as lot HlH.r>.
Dated 8th Jauuary, luo8. Levi Uborub I'aynk.
LAND   ACT.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that Marlon Isabella Crease, of the
City of Nelson, in the Province of British Columbia, occupation spluster. intends to apply for
permission to purchase the lollowing described
laud: Commencing at a post planted al the
high water mark of the Halmon river distant
about lit mites In a southerly direction from
balmo, B f., thenee north 40 chains, theuce east
4ti chains, thence south 40 chains, more or less,
to the lugii water mark of the Balmon river,
Ihenee \ve��t 40 chains, more or less, along said
high water mark lo the point of commencement,
and containing 160 acres, more or less.
Located ou the 1st day of February, 1908.
Dated 10th Februarv. lUOO.
Marion Isabella Crease,
KuwAHit Manly Peters, Agent.
LAND ACT.
Nelson Land District. District ol West Kootenay
Take notice that James William (.R.Iagher, of
the City of Nelson, in the Province of British
' kIiiin mh, ocriipaiion merchant, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the lollowing
described laud: Commeucitig at a post planted
at the high water mark of tbe Halmon river distant anout i.! mil. s in a southerly direction from
i*almo, B. 0>, theuce north 40 chalus, theuce
wesl 40 chains, thence south 40 chains, more or
less, to ihe high water mark of the Halmon river,
thence east 4o chains, more or less, along tho
said hi.'h watermark to the place ot beginning,
containing If* acres, more or less.
'xx'ated on tho 1st day of February, 1908.
Dated 14th Fobruarv, 1908.
Jamks William (Jallauher,
Kdwaru Manley Peters, Agent.
Nelson i nnd District.   District of West Kootctia
Take notice thnt 1 John Arthur Bcott, of Mono
('autre. Out, occupation farmer, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following de
scribed land at the mouth of Hummlt creek:
i' in in ing ut a post planted at the south-
oast corner of lot 878it marked N. K , theuce
south 40 chains, theuce west 20 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence east 20 chalus to place of
commencement containing 80 acres.
John Arthur Hcott,
W. J. Bcott. Agont.
Dated Feb. 18th, 1908
Notson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that 1 Christie Bcott, of Mono
i'.miei, Ont .occupation married woman, intend
to apply for permission to ourchsso the following described land near Hummlt creek :
Commencing at a post planted at the south-
oast OorneC of lot 87ao marked 8. W., thence
north aft) chains, thenee east 20 chains, thence
south 2(> chains, theuce west 20 chains to place
(d commencement containing 40 acres
CHHISTIE POOTT,
W.J. Bcott, Agent.
Dated Feb 18, 1908.
INOTICU.
In tho matter of an application for the issue of
a duplicate certincato ol Title for lots 4, 6, 9,11,
19, 96, and 82, of lot 891, '.roup One, tn tho
District of Kootenay (MapftUH)
Notice la hereby given that It is my intention
to issue at the expiration of one month after the
first publication hereof aduplleate nf the Certificate ol title for the above niontloned lots ln
the name of Richard Helrua. which Certificate nf
Title Is dtitod the 24th day of November, 1900,
and   numbered ftSIOA.
Land Registry Office, Nelson, R. C , January
17th, 1908.
"II. F. MacLSon,"
District Keglstrar.
WHO ARE OBSTRUCTING?
Explanation   of   Deadlock*   and   Delays
in  Work of Parliament���Oliver's
Efforts to Conceal.
"Is it true," asked Mr. H. B. Ames in
parliament, "that the minister of the
interior has given ordera that docu-
iiMtits asked for by the public accounts
committee shall not be produced for the
use of members except when the committee is in seBslon?" And Mr. Frank
Oliver answered, "Yes." This is another schemes (n defence of plunder. It
haa been the rule hitherto that all public documents brought down in tbe
public accounts committee shall be open
for inspection by members at any time.
The system was originated in the earliest days of our history. It was adopted
because the public documents are voluminous,' and because experience haa
shown that if they can be examined only when the committee is in session
their inspection is altogether out of
the question.
Mr. Oliver's order is designed to make
it impossible for members of parliament
to see the documents for which they
call. When the committee is sitting it
is engaged chiefly in the task of fighting the "blockers." No member can at
such time look over the public papers.
Moreover, there are no facilities for the
examination of documents in the crowded committee room. There Is not even
a vacant table to lay the documents upon when the committee is in session-
It is easy to understand what M:. Oliver
means by his order. Two years ago a
mass of documents relating to the North
Atlantic Trading company came down
from Mr. Oliver's department. If those
documents had not been examined the
thieves would have taken $360,000 from
the public treasury under the pretence
that they were doing something for Immigration, and would still be plundering
us with Mr. Oliver's assistance. It was
because the members of the committee
were able to examine the papers and to
make efflecient enquiry Into that barefaced swindle that the thing was stopped. At the present moment papers exposing a mass of rottenness in Mr. Oliver's department are before the public
accounts committee. These documents
show that the government has been doing with the coal deposits of the west
exactly what it did with the timber
wealth.   Great coal areas have been dis-
Tendcrs Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Tenders addreas to the undersigned, at his
office, in the Court House, in the City of Nelson,
will be received up till the h ur of 5 o'cloca. in
the afternoon, of Friday. Februtiry 28lb, 1908,
for the purchase of (he ** tulen " Mineral
Claim, Lot 1197, Group 1, Kootenay District,
which waa declared to be forfeited to the Crown
at the tax sale held on the 7th day of December,
1904, for delinquent taxes and costa.
The upset price upon the 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 aaver-
11-111(1, and fee for Crown Grant ($25.00) is 1133.32,
which if the least amount that will be considered
as a tender
Each tender must be accompanied by an
accepted cheque for the full amount ot the leader, payable to the order of the Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works, at Victoria, B. C.
at par
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 30th day of January,
1908 HARKY WRIGHT,
Government Agent-
JAMKH DUNSMUIR,
Lieutenant Governor.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITIHH COLUMBIA.
Edward the Seventh, by the Grace of God, of the
United  Kingdom of Gjeat Sritalu, and Ireland, and the British Dominions beyond the
tieas King, Defender ol tbe Faith, Emperor
of India.
To all to whom these presents shall come,���
Greeting.
A PROCLAMATION,
w. J. Bowser, Attorney Oeucral
Whereas by Section 0 of the "Game Protection
Act, iH'.'r.," as re-enacted by Hection 19 of the
"Game Protection A t. Amendment Act, 1905,"
it Is enacted that it shall be lawful for the Lieutenant-Governor In Council, by Proclamation to
be published in two successive lanues of the British Columbia (iazctte, to declare a close season
for geese in any part of the Province ior aur
period of time, aud
Whereas our said Lieutenant-Goveruor, by and
with the advice of his Executive Council, haa
been pleased to direct, by au Order iu Council
in that behall, a cio*e season for geese within
tbe County of Kooleuay, until and including
the 3h��t day of Auguot, one thousand nine hundred and eight-
Now Know Ye therefore, tbat in pursuance
thereof, we do hereby proclaim a close season
for geese within the County of Kootenay, until
and including tbe 31st day of August, one thousand nine hundred and eight.
In testimony whereof, we have caused these
our letters to be made patent and the Great Seal
of the Province to be hereunto amxed.
Witness, His Honor James Dunsmuir, Lieutenant Governor of our said Province of British
'jolumbla, in our City of Victoria, ln our said
Province, this 19lh day of February, in the year
of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
eight, and in the eighth year ol our reign.
By command,
HENRY ESSON YOUNG,    .
Provincial Secretary.
*.ributed among friends of the administration for next to nothing in the names
of the bell-boys and the chambermaids
of Ottawa. Other exploitations of public
estate by way of the department of the
interior are recorded in the peapers.
Mr. Oliver is anxious that another North
Atlantic Trading exposure shall not be
made, and he is particularly nervous
lest the public learn the entire truth
touching the plundering of public property. ThuS It comes that artificial
means are taken to cover up the transactions and to prevent the representatives of the people from exposing and
stopping them.
Mr. Oliver's earliest attempt to conceal public document had a purpose behind it. The minister was shielding the
man who had captured, for relatively
nothing, the best timber limits in the
Northwest. His present manoeuvre is
not undertaken without reason. He is
defending other plunderers. Parliament
would be false to Its duty to the public
If it permitted Mr. Oliver to carry out
his tyrannical and suspicious designs. It
forced him to yield up the documents
in the timber case. It is bound in this
latest outrage to fight him until his attack upon public liberty is abandoned.
���Mail and Empire.
HOPEFUL SIGN AT LAST
Pries of Copper Can't  Go  Lower���Any
Change Must Be for Better and
Expected Soon.
The best that can be said of the copper situation Is that If there is no Improvement as compared with one and
two months ago, there is nothing In
evidence to warrant a belief that things
will become more unsatisfactory. Statistically, conditions Justify an improvement; home stocks of copper are low,
prices are  low;   there  is  but one  fac-
JOB PRINTING
THE DAILY CANADIAN
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.
THE DJULY CANADIAN
314 Baker St.
Tel. 324.
Lots  in   Additiion "A"
We are agents for most of the lots
In the above addition, being iage.nts for
P. C. Innis, Coats & Co., and the Nelson
Electric Tramway Co.
For full particulars as to prices,
terms, etc., apply to
H.   &   M.   BIRD
One of
The Best
In Fruit Lands now offering. 157 acres
of choice land situated on Hawser Lake.
$20.00 per acre, easily cleared.. Must be
sold at once.
For  full   particulars  apply
PROCTER & BLACKWOOD
AGENT NELSON  CITY LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO.
If yoti want Good Land
BUYatROBSON
1NEL.S01N, B."G,
& McHardy
BUY AN ORCHARD HOME
You can buy a 10-acre Fruit Ranch ln the best fruit growing district
ln Brit at  Columbia by paying $10 dollars down and $10 per month.
Even :h an investment this is worth consideration.
Fruit Land has trebled ln value within the year.   What will It do next
year?
J. B. ANIVABaLE,
WARD 8TRBBT
NBUSON
A.Q. LAMBERT & CO.
and dealers in hutnhetf ShingleSf
Lath, Mouldings, boors, Windows.
Mail Orders promptly attended
NELSON. B. C.
Turned Work and Bracket*.
VBRJVOIS 8TRBBT   ���   .
tor absent, and it is the all-important
one��� the consumer. Buyers are Just
as desirous for a better copper market
as ars producers, but buyers will not
buy until they can see a market for
their manufactured goods. The same
may be said of the telephone and telegraph companies; they are not building
new lines, nor are they replacing old
wires with heavier ones for greater conductivity; they, like the railroads, are
contenting themselves with what they
have, getting along as they best can,
waiting and watching for signs of a re-
CEitubllshment of confidence in business
ventures. The close observer discerns
these signs; he has ceased to be pessi-
inistic; he is now optimistic, conservatively so.
Those of us who have had some experience ln this "best of all possible
worlds" know, as the saying has it,
that the devil is never so black as he
is sometimes painted. As a corporation
"without a body to be kicked or soul
to be damned," the Amalgamated Copper Company has been held up to the
world as a devil Incarnate, constantly
ln search of whom It may devour���preference being given to those who happen to have loose change to Invest.
We have all of us heard so much about
this devil rampant, so much about the
pernicious "system" he is supposed to
personify, that it is with suuie feeling
of relief one runs up against a two-line
Item Informing him that this Amalgamated devil Is not so black as he has
been pictured. The Item comes from
Butte, Montana, one of the Amalgamated Company's mines, says the company
gives employment to about 2300 men
at the mines, but carries more than
4000 on the payrolls, that Is half of
the men work two weks and lay off
two weeks that the other half may have
an opportunity of earnings wages, biding the time when they will all be occupied full time. Such acts speak not
alone well for the company but for
the men whom the company employs.���
American Mining Review.
Hueaton Still Leads.
Kansas City, Mo., March 6.���Thomas
Hueston. of St. Louis, last night increased his lead over Johnny Cling, the
Chicago baseball player, in their 600
point pool match, the score being 140
lo 117. Tho score for the first two
nights is 304 to 176.
1NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the Great
West Railway Company will apply to
the Parliament of Canada, at the present session thereof, for an act amending
the said Company's Acta of Incorporation by striking out the names of those
persons who, by Sections 1 and 2 of
Chapter 167 of the Statutes of 1903, are
created incorporators and provisional
directors of the Company and Inserting;
in lieu thereof the namea of certain
other Individuals as such incorporators
and provisional directors; changing the
head office of the Company from Nelson,
B. C, to Port Arthur, Ontario, and extending the respective times for the
commencement and completion of the
various lines of railway which the Company Is empowered to construct.
Dated Ottawa, 31st January, 1908.
CHRYSLER, BETHUNE tt LARMOUTH
Solicitors for the Applicants.
Cancellation of Reserve.
Notice ii hereby alrea that the reserve ever
certain land. In Souf.b-Kast Kootenay, notice of
which epreared tn the BrltUh Columbia Qaaetie
ol the 14th of August, UNO and bora date ol August 12th, 1890, is hereby cancelled The above
mentioned lands will be open for Location under
the Land Aot on March 80,190S.
ROBT A. RENWICK.
Deputy Commissioner of Landa and Works
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria. B C, December lath, MOT.
1NOTICB.
Kootenay   Lake   General   Hospital   Society���Notice of Annual
Meeting.
In accordance with the bylaws of the
society, the annual general meeting will
be held In tbe court house on Tuesday,
March 10th, at S p. m.
Membership Conditions���All annual
subscribers to the sum of $10 are members of the society olegible to take part
in the election of tbreexors for the ensuing year, and ln case of Illness are
entitled to free treatment ln the hospital.
GEOROE  JOHNSTONS.
Secretary.
W.   a.   OILLETT
Contractor and
Build**!-.
Sole agent for tbe Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd.,
t-.tMl >��� unlit. Rough and draw-d lumber, turned
work hih! brackets, Coast lath and shlnglea, sash
and doors. Cement, brlok and Urn* lor sale
Automatic grinder.
Yard and factory: Vernon St.. east of Hall
1VBU.WOIN.  B. e.
i'��     . BoxaOi Tai4phon*iT
���
saskSasal
��� ���
:
i Tne Daily Canadian
NEW  DESIGNS
IN JEWELRY
FOR    J 908.
We are busy on them now. Rings and
Brooches  are  particularly   attractive.
Have you seen our Monogram Combs?
We have them to order for $2.50.
J. O. PATENAUDE
Watchmaker and Optician
manl'i--ai';tlhino
JKWKI.l.liR...
AGHER'S
Mid-Winter
Qeattng
Sale
Bargains tn] all lines
of Dry Goods, Millinery  and  Ladies'
Ready-to-Wear
Clothing.
MEAGHER & CO,
Btf y Now
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let us show you
them. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
WOLVERTON&Co
BAKER   ST.
WANTED
���AT THE���
Queen Cigar Store
\
SOO   iVaEIN    to   buy
Cigars and pipes.
Cigars must   be   smoked
ou the street.
BUSH  &. MATT HEW,  Propa.
ASK FUR
BLUE
RIBBOIN
TEA
*Rich,  Strong  and   Delicious
SEE  OUR WINDOW
I. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK.
O ��r.     > crntin ��.r��u   *N iiru   Street.
[VBL-SOtV..    O.t.
W. C. Monro, c. F. Caldwell, A. T.
Gariand. Kas!o: F. R. Moore, Victoria:
A. K.tsm, Manitoba; C. 0. Van Cami),
Kamloops; F. R. Poss and son. Detroit;
E. F. Gunthcr, Toronto; F. E. Coombe,
Kincardine; W. noulton*. Fruitvale; A.
Mclnncs, >*ow Denver; B. L. Waddell,
A. (.'. Lochead, A. I.. Ayr, C F. .lackson,
Vancouver; F, Jackson. J. K. Stephens,
Calgary; Mrs. J. W. Turner, Edmonton;
W. McCormiCK", Minneapolis; R.C.Gage.
Northport; S. S. Culliton, Marcus; J. 11.
llianu, Montreal.
'-rf^'"'
-ArriValj
'    ' >   L- <   '^^^n*S"a��'a����a"'i
Corner of Stanley and Victoria   Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
H. J. .lackson and wife1. St. Louis; A.
I. Coodell and family, Marysville; W.
Woodley. Montreal; T. Robertson, Winnipeg; W. B. Cowins, A. D. Wheeler,
Spokane; A. P. Stephenson. Fruitvale;
E. C. McPhillips and family, Quebec;
J. C. Wood, Toronto.
GRAND   CENTRAL.
A. E. Nelson. Ainsworth; .1. 11. Wright
and family, Rossland; H. Reads, Stock-
ford, ISng.; .1. Manto, wife and daughter.
E.   Malnwarnlng,  Moyie;   C.  R.  Craig,
Marysville; P. Swan. Slocan; A. I.ang-
ford, Creston; A. V. Lucas, Needles;
H. D. Mitchell and wife, .1. H. Wood.
Phoenix; A. ('. Hutton. Koch Siding;
C. H. Goodwin, Kaslo; G. W. Swift.
North   Shore.
QUERNS
R. D. Smith. D. McDonald, Kaslo; .1.
R. Edmonson, Procter; Miss G. Smith,
Miss H. M. Templeman. Calgary; N.
Shaffer. Hamilton; J. Wilson, J. Hus-
croft, Crouton.
TRBMONT.
ti. B. Reynolds, Bukeka; F. .1. Watson.
C Ilavey, Rlondel: D. Downey. F. Downey. Langton; C. Ltioeton, Cranbrook;
g. T. Lantaluta, Tl. W. Driver, Winnipeg; T. Fox, Slntaluta.
ROYAL.
C    Itol.b,   .1.   McVenna,   L.   Strandell.
Robaon;   C.  Roberts, Spokane.
BARTLETT.
D. King. Ymir; R. Welby, Rossland:
C. Clarkson, Slocan; B. Leigh, Grand
Forks,
If yon want upholstering or eat)inet
work for tin- spring gel it done now.
We have some chotos i|iutrtor cut oak
and will build you a piece of furniture to
order at the price of factory goodH See
us for secoud hand goods,
DEINT & CO.
Turner Beeton Block, 606 Vernon Street.
NELSON
THE SEMAPHORE BILLIARD
PARLOR AND CIGAR STORE
rsow OaPBiN
Wo    have    one    EBnglllfa   miliar, one
American Billiard and ona Pool Tablt.
We carry tho best Unei of Cigoit and
Tobaccos.
FOR SALE.
1JI0BSALS Ml ft Imrgitin or tXOhfttlfe fur  Vsn-
cuiivir prOMrty mi iilmnft   nuw, ni'nlorn la
fvi-ry rwpeot 19 rooinvd nndsnoss   Poll bfttw*
incut with Ihtkc ili-ii nullnbh' for MUlnnl nxim,
Dp U>-dft<6 > :.iMr Hlid cHrrlHK'' hOUM Two nice
lot* In tin;   lilidBt   n-cMcni   MrU0H   Of  Hpnltnlic.
The ownera ini*tnrnn Inter era iihvc bm truim-
(trrn.-il In lh- itoni��t.    Knr (urtluT jiatlculiirM write
p. o. H��.x 1*1, VaneouTer, u. <:.
WALL   PAPERS
We are now receiving our new stock of Wall Papers, Burlaps and Sanitary Papers. Patterns and designs aro entirely new and elegant. A half
hour with our sample books will be time well spent.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
o. o. o.
The local nest of the Order of Owls
will meet in the Oddfellowa" hall tonight at S o'clock.
R. M.  R. Dance.
The weekly Invitation dance of the
Nelson companies of the R. M. R. will
be given in the armory tonight.
Lenten Services.
Tht' daily Lenten services In St.
Saviour's church at 5 p. m. are being
even better attended than in former
years.
Metals and Stocks.
Silver gained two points today on
both markets. Lead is unchanged.
Among Boundary copper stocks Granby
weakened one point on the bid price.
Hockey   Practice.
The members of the senior hockey
ti am will turn out at the Stanley street
link tonight for practice in preparation
lor the game in  Fernie Monday night.
K. O. P. Church Parade.
The church parade of the Knights of
Pythias will take place Sunday evening
to ihe Methodist church, the service being held in the Congregational church
building.
County   Court.
His Honor Judge Wilson will hold a
chamber session of the county court of
West Kootenay tomorrow, Saturday
morning, and will also hear any county
court cases that are ready for trial.
Painful  Accident.
While Charles Maltby was pushing
his boat out from the boathouse this
morning he fell over the bow and was
stunned for some minutes. While the
injury was not serious it was exceedingly painful.
L. D. A. Meeting,
A public meeting under the aus-
p'ces of the Nelson branch of the Dominion Lord's Day Alliance will be held
in the Baptist church this evening at 8
o'clock. An address will be delivered
by Rev. W. M. Rochester, western seO
i etary.
Bowling.
Yesterday's scores in the bowling
tournament were: Campbell 1543, Wells
14U1; Williamson 1727, Patrick 1652;
Iloyes 1536, Ouimette 1513. Prizes are
to be given for highest individual score,
highest team score and most team victories. Campbell and Williamson are
the leaders for the grand aggregate.
Hope of Slocan.
A visitor from New Denver says that
Slocan mining men are eagerly awaiting developments at the Canada Zinc
0Ompany*fl plant, and that its success
will result immediately in a great stimulus to mining operations in that district, where hitherto the large proportion of zinc contents in the ores have
been a source of heavy loss on shipments and has discouraged and retarded developments.
Charge Withdrawn.
When J. D. Elvery appeared in the
city police court this morning to answer to the charge, on which he was
brought back from Creston, of being
short in his accounts, there was no ap-
The chief of police Tiaa no evidence to
pearance entered by the complainant,
offer and had no objection to the case
being dismissed. It is understood that
the charge was due largely to misunderstandings and the amount involved was
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 Btreet, or if you
have not time to call drop a line to
HUGH W. ROBERTSON
General Agent for the Kootenaya.
P. O. Box 534.
Australian
Butter
40  Cents  per pound  brick.
For Sale at
Joy's Gash Grocery
Cor. Josephine and Mills 8t��.
JOY WILL MEET YOU AT THE DOOR
...J.   _.  .  .   ������'JH   ..       -��� ���
Land
Houses
Lots
F. B. LYS
Real Estate Agent
IIS  Baker Bt..  Naleon, B. C.   _
LENTEN
SEASON
GOODS
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
A FULL  LINE OF
SALT, SMOKED AND
CANNED   FISH,   NEW
LAID  EGGS,  ETC.,  ETC.
C. A. BENEDICT
Corner Silica and Josephine Sts.
PHONB7
>
A
QUICK MONEY
OFFER
IN   CONNECTION    WITH   OUR   "RED
TAG" SALE.
We have a few very handsome largo
leather cases ln beautiful fancy dressings, and lined ln satin, containing
toilet, and brush and comb sets in real
ebony, mahogany, white celluloid and
polished metal.
We want to convert these Into Quick
money, bo here is your chance:
A  $35.00  one  for $20.00
A $22.50  one   for    12.50
A  $20.00  one  for    11.50
An $18.00 one for    10.00
YOU CAN SEE THEM
IN OUR WINDOW
We have a very large and particularly beautiful assortment of fancy articles
of all kinds, and at all prices, which are
all at reduced prices while this sale
lasts.
Feel perfectly free to come In and
look round at any time, whether you expect to buy or not. We are pleused at
all times to have you do so.
W. G. Thomson
EZSSSiS*"*.   Nelson, B.C.
         Phone a*.
very small. Mr. Elvery will resume his
Journey to Virginia tomorrow morning,
rejoining his mother, who has waited at
Creston for him, confident of a satlsfac
tory explanation.
A Good Word for an Old Friend.
Sometimes it does a newspaper man
friends who has hftd as many downs in
friends who has had as many downs in
life as he has had ups. Away back in
1891, the writer was working on the
Nelson Miner, and his truthful statements respecting the undeveloped mineral resources of the Kootenays and the
prospective commercial future of Nelson induced E. E. Phair to migrate from
Rlchibucto, New Brunswick, to Nelson.
He secured a lease on a building and
opened it as the Hotel Phair. For a
doaen years he ran his hotel with varying fortune, only to leave It broke when
he waa twelve years older than when
he opened it. He Is again in Nelson and
again at the old stand, and The Empire
wishes him all the good luck that is
coming to him; but on one condition
only, that Is, that every time a bottle of
Walker's Canadian Club is emptied that
a new label be placed on the bottle before It Is refilled and put back on tho
shelf behind the bar.���Prince Rupert
Empire.
Fire on   P.  and  O.  Steamer.
Marseilles, March 6.���The Peninsular
and Oriental steamship Mongolia, outward bound with 400 passengers, put ln
here last night with a fire in her hag-
Chinaware
WE ARE  MAKING A SPECIAL  SALE
OF   CHINA   TEA   AND   DINNER
SET8   FOR  A   FEW  DAYS.
From $10 to $25*
Old Curiosity Shop
SAMUEL,  A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
All Kinds of Heating Plants In Stock.
BANITARY  PLUMBING.
Victoria St., Nr. Ooera Houee.      Tel. 181.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Boe. C. E.
DOMINION AND  PROVINCIAL  LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Office:   Room   10,   K.-W.-C. Blk.    P.   O.
Box    434.
Baker St, Nelson, B. C.
Wholesale and Rimmi Dealers in
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on shortest notice and
lowest price. Nothing but   fresh and
wholesome meats and supples kept in stock
Mail orders receive careful attention.
E.  C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
WATCH
REPAIRING
Our specialties are WATCH repairing  and  eye  testing.
Often
J.  J.   WALKER,  Jewelet
Coal! Ice! Wood!      STARKEY  & CO.
Phone 265
Kootenay Ice and Fuel Co.
Limited
OFKIt'K:
N. E. coi. Baker   and   Ward   Sta.
J^roUsJUts,
Government Ortuiinery One Pound Bricks received weekly fresh from tta
churn.    For sale by all lending grocers
WhoicNMic Provlalona,
Rrult.
Office and warehouse: Houston Block,    Pnone 79.
Josephine Street.        ...        Nelson, B.C.
THE NELSON First Spring Shipments of
cement   ||SEMI-READY .CLOTHING
W ^aevJEveCVd I |p Are now to hand.     Wc invite inspection.
LIMITED.
Hollow Concrete
Blocks For Sale
All shapes and facings.
These blocks are absolutely ihe best
material to be had for building purposes, foundations, retaining walls, etc.,
being cheaper than brick or stone.
Tenders given on all kinds of building
work.    Stock on hand.
Head Office:   Baker Street, Nelson. B.C.
NOTICE
In the mutter ot an HpplH-Htioii lor the iemie of
a ilu plicate of tliu CerllfJcatu of Title to Lot*
4, h. and 6, Blot k t'., Nclmm <ltv, Kuinlivinlot, ot
part of Lot 182, Group one, DlltHct Ol Koolutiay
(Hap 486).
Notice in hereby siren that tt i�� my intention
to lftfiue at the expiration of one month aher the
firm publication hereof a ilupllcateol the t'ertlfl-
' ate o Title to the above mentioned lot* In iht
name of Tattle Kho-le*. which Certificate In dated
the 16th dap of May. 1889, and numbered 1897-k
Land Kejjtetry Offloe, Nelnou, B.C., Januari
J4th, 19Hh. H. F. MaicLKOD.
i mom ������ Ketrlftrrir.
NOTICE
In the matter u! nil epplieatlOU lor �� 'liil.ll.-Hte
Certificate <>( Title,,f an umllviileil une-qiinrter
Interest In Lot tt". (.roup one, Kootenay Ittstrtrt,
known    H.S   "Let    Her tjo   tjallagher'     Miners!
Claim
Notice is hereby Klven that it is my Intention
after the explrsiion of one month from the fir.I
publication   hereof, lo issue a .lnpllcate  Certlfl*
eate oi iiile on th* above Sesorlbed one .quarter
Interest In tilt name oi John I-. Stevens, which
Certificate of Title Is ilate.l ihe t'.th April. liK.i,
anil numbered 3I.HXK .
Lauti Beaiatrj OtneSi Nelson. B, 0., March 3.
IMS.
H. K. M.i'i.ion,"
lil.trlct itetrlstrar.
irane hold. Tht' crow wore unable lo
oxiiuKiiiKh it and tho hutcln'H woro neul-
ad up. Sho enme bere at full speed
and signalled while yel some distance
out  U) have tho Bremen ready.   After
four hours work the lire wiut pn( oul.
Considerable damage was done to the
baggage, The malls will he transferred
to  another  steamer.
PERSONAL.
c. F\ Caldwell, of Kaslo, is a gnesl at
the Hume.
A. T. Garland, or Knslo, was In the
city last night.
Angus Mclnncs, of Now Deliver, came
down  lasl   night.
A. D. Wheeler returned from Bpokavne
hist night and Is at the Btratheona,
w. (i. Ollletl is expected home trom
the coast by way of Spokane tomorrow
night.
A. I. (iootloll. of Ihe Marysville smelter, nnd his family, were In the city lasl.
night  en route to Spokane.
Thompaon and Murphy Ready.
San   Francisco,   March   G.���"Cyclone"
Johnny Thompson and Johnny Murphy
have finished their training and appear
to be In fine fettle for their contest tomorrow. The contesi will ho fortwenty-
flvo rounds and will hopulled off under
the auspices of CoUroth's club horu.
niiiy Roach has boon decided upon as
referee. Thompson and Murphy aro regarded as two or the besl fighters who
have come to file front In their division
dining the past year or ao.
Prices   of  Metals.
New York, March ��.���Silver, r>5%o.
London,   Match   ti.���Silver,  2ii ji-Kid ���
lead,   .CHI, IDs.
Openlna   Copper   Quotations.
(IJy MoDermld & Mcllardy.)
New York, March fi, 1908.
Asked Bid
Clranby    $115.0(1        $75.00
Dominion   Copper     2.25 2.12VJ
11. C. Copper     4.25 4.00
J. A. GILKER
We would like to see all our patronscomrortable this winter and In orf����|
do so we have ln stock the best assort ed line of heating stovea anil cwu��|
stoves and  ranges ever  before  presented to tho public ln Kootenst.
We would be pleased to show you our line and befor�� malting tout a��|
chase kindly see what we have to offer.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
  Company, Limited.
Nelson I
���������������������������������������ee<^.����a��A��t��tttf<4^tttttttt..tt|,l|ili|l
I Fruit   Trees
Home grown fruit and shade
tn-es. currants, gooseberries, grape
vines, etc.. etc. One of our specialties Is our large field grown roses.
Those Will bloom the first year.
Send for our descriptive cnta-
lOgvie and price list, and give us a
trial order. The largest growers
In  H. C.
The Riverside Nurseries
GRAND   FORKS..
Pure and Cheat
We have 1000 pounds or
PURE   MAPLE   SUGAR
which wo win k.-m ,-u ,-i bargain
5 Iba. for $1.00.
special prices fin  larger lots.   Cnnve
In   and  inquire.
Ciioquette Bros,
Phone 258.
THE   Up-toDate  Bakers
F. C. GREEN        t. I'. BURDEN        a. H.GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
C'vil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
C0R.VICT0RIA St KOOTENAY STS., NELSON. B C
P.O. Box 145    Pbon��24IB.
Geo. P. Play*!
Account; .nt
LATE  ACCOUNTANT  AT HAW I
INO   &   BMEI.T IN0 CO
OfUce   Room  No.   2.  ELLIOT   ft*
M. HAWRYCZ
CONTRACTOR   AND  BUI
LOCAl
.lobbing   promptly   attended *
and BttlmatM.
Apply 415  Hall St.
v>n
S. Ss, FOWL!
Mining
Engineer.
INBLSOIN,    -    W
Tools iot All
Trades
We curry a complete nnil      I
took Of Tools comprising: I
IIAMMl-kS, ��AW0>   r
AUUUR8,   CI-llSI^I
��C��I-W DRIVKR*
WRfcJlNCHBS, eTC'
Pi Best Quality OM
Wood-Vallance Hardware Cfi\
Wholesale
iNuusors
Ret All

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