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Array iLCYON L1THIA WATER. Nothing
so bracing and Invigorating.
I ;,  little  better than  most mineral
and  its  medicinal     properties
*%\)n -sprtilvj GUm
IumB 2.    No. 229
THh  DAILY i ���vIAN
Will be delivered    every evening    at
your  door  for
SO  GENTS  A   lviorSTI-I
NELSON. B. C., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. J 908.
Fifty Cbnts a month
[LED AT ALTAR
il Murdered While
at Mass
UNIQUE IN HISTORY
rer an Italian���Describes Him-
: as Socialist and Anarchist
-Glories in Crime.
iti, hi.   Mass.,  Feb.  24.���That Ihe
.'ether Leo llelnrlcbs, a priest,
.1   yesterday   is bearing an  as-
[ uiiiiia-   was   made   evident   loday
���Guiseppe   Garnacclo,   au   Italian
.   lia.-1-n   a   respected   citizen   of
,11   lur   moru   than    live   years
. ii   by   an  Associated   Press  cor-
l.     Llarnaccio   lives   at     Sen-
Avi iiuc. ibis town, with his wife
..Inn. and is employed in a re-
.-  position  at  the   shoe   raclory
ISa.aiis Co.    Garnacclo has suv*
liana working under him in bis
In. nt   and   it  is  believed  that the
Iii :. 1   artist at Denver may   have
orked lu the Evans shoe factory
sumed   Uaruacclo's   name.     Nel-
larnaccio,   the   aupa-rlntendent   ol
ns factory, nor any of lhe ltal-
lldentl  of   Wnkelkld   who   were
)dajp could remember any Italian
Llec   QulaeeppM   the   name   al
an  by  Father Leo's assassin.
inty centuries of the history of
atbolia-   chinch,   members   of   its
id declare, there is no record of
,dy to parallel lhat of the killing
.r Leo.  Ili inrlchs. while admin-
b        ilia*      sacrament   to   (luiseppe
taccto  at  Ihe  altar  of   St.   Eliza
church yesterday morning.   This
Ihey say, will stand out as one
moat     fearful   In   tlie   criminal
.oni its perpetration may result
 nlzatlou of Father Leo as a
! the church service. Ile fell
;..lining his duties. The pastor
K i.nl.a.ill's received a telegram
In trom the fatha-r priavlnclal In
n, N J., instructing him to for*
.   body   of   Father   Leo  to  thai
Wm.   O'Ryan   wll   deliver   an
un   Father   Leo   and   a   s.-rnioii
anarchy   and   socialism      Tha-
service will be attended by 5,000
r    ..f   the   Knights   of   Columbus
entire  body of the Knights of
���:  and other Catholic aggrega-
iiia. murderer talked freely in
... ruing bis tlendlsh act. For
ii In- declared In- had no regret.
1 he Is n native of Sicily, is a
ker .'ind Is !",,', yenrs old. He 1��'
i socialist and an anarchist 10
ni, lln came lo America two
igo and has since been teaching
. working a little at his trade.
F
ng   Chase   for   Murderer.
'orlt, Fi'li. 24.���After a chase of
thouaand miles lasting nearly
itictivo Baldwin, of Roanoke,
uglit back yesterday from Ar
Republic by way of England,
uls. a vaaiing Syrian wanted in
i im- tin. killing of a country
ml Itiink Aslilad last March
oner and Mb raptor arrived on
tnahlp  St.  Louis.
Edison Recovering.
Y  York, Feb. 21.���Thomas A. l.dl-
flia' Inventor, who submitted Io Ihe
im for the removal of an abscess
ear lust night, wns reported to*
listing easily.    Dr.   A.   II.   Duel.
[performed (he operation, said Mr.
hi paaaed    a    fairly    comfortable
"ml  that steady   improvement   In
iiiiilitlun la expected.
fanafleld Art Collection on Sale.
*   York, Feb. 24.���The art object!
'id by the late Hlehard Mnnslleld.
ctor, were placed on exhibition al
['\Mii-ilinn  Art naileries todny,  pre-
'"'-' to being dispersed  at auction
week.      Tlie    collodion  Include!
"i'i- portrait! ami paintings by H��-
|li. Ilninney, Sir Thomas Lawrence.
borough, Sir Godfrey Kneller, In-
iniil other famous artlsls.
Newspaper  Enterprise.
11,1 'innall,   Fob.   24.���General   Nogl.
nander of the Japanese furcos thai
ured Port Arthur, expressed sym-
*)' for his defeated enemy lu a brief
gram received here today. On the
"Pt of the nuws that General Sloes*
"Sd boon convicted nnd sontnncotl
loath for his conduct of Ihe defense
''"" Arthur, Iho Times-Star sent a
'''���>�����,���  lo General  Nogl slating the
���"ul asking for ii statement of his
Views, In a reply received today the
Japaneae general said: "as a soldier
I deeply sympathize with General Btoea-
sel.    I cannot bear to state my vlaaws."
ITALIAN  STATE  TRIAL.
Nazi,
WHEN TOO LATE
Kingdom    Excited   Over   Ca'
Ex-Minister  of   Instr*       ***op
  '"ct*ii.
Borne, Fab. 24.���Over one bum... **�����,
senators, composing Ilia* high court
Which is judging tba* ease or Nuncio
Nazi, the former minister of public,
struciion. who is charged with emlies-
tlement from the state treasury, hava-
been looked up since morning in the
Palazzo Madams, the meeting place of
ihe senate. The Palazzo baa been cleared of all clerks and servants excepting
thoBo strictly Indispensible to thu de-
liberal Ions of the senators. The members of the court are being kept in the
strictest isolation. Carbineers and police are watching all the entrances to
the building, not forgetting the roof.
The court will not be allowed to leave
until It lias agreed upon a sentence.
The authorities bave taken steps to pre*
serve order in Sicily. Slgnor Nazi is a
Sicilian, and the popular feeling over tne
result of his trial runs high in the
Island.
Laurier Permits Appeal
to House
*W.
MANCHURIAN    PROBLEM.
Chinese    Provincial    Governors    Confer
With   Viceroy.
Pekln, Feb. 24.���A conference on tho
exisling situation in Manchuria Ib to
take place in Mukden during the firat
week in March when the governors of
the three provinces composing Manchuria will meet ilishang. the viceroy of
Manchuria. China is apprehensive of
further political surprises in Manchuria
and Ih mystitled by the possibility of
the establishment of various municipal
governments under Russian control,
such as is the case in Harbin. During
tht* past few wc*kH Japan has re-organized the administration of the Uao
Tung peninsula. .She has extended tin-
powers of the railroad .police to take in
the consular regions and has given the
railroad officials limited authority over
the consular officials.
WILL PROBABLY ESCAPE
Raymond Hitchcock, Accused of Assault
on Children, is Subject of Popular  Sympathy.
New York. Feb. 24.���Tlu* case of Raymond Hitchcock, tlu? comedian, who is
charged with felonious assault on young
girls, was called in Justice Dowling's
court todny. John I-'. Mtiiiiyt'e npprar-
ed as counsel for the aocusa>d. and Assistant. District Attorney Garvin, who
amlsted District Attorney Jerome in
the Thaw case, represented the state.
Though th,. defense is desirous of fur-
tha-r postponement on account of Mr.
Hitchcock's theatrical engagements, It
is probable thai tin- trial will be pro-
oeeded with iiii** week.
Friends aaf Hitch cock ara. linn in their
belief thai tba* charges agalnsl him will
fizzle ��ui Into thin air. Public sentiment In regard taa tin. case has undoubtedly undergone a decided change
since the arrest of the popular young
.iiiiiiiirili.iii inst fall. When Hitchcock
went into hiding following his arrest on
charges worked up by tbe Qerry bo-
eta-ty It looked for the time bi-lng ns
though the young uatair's future were
blighted forever, Bul many people are
now Inclined to tin. belief thnl Hitchcock, though probably guilty or serious
Indiserrtlons. was at the same time the
intended victim of a blackmailing plot,
as ba- hltusi'lf di-a-liira-al.
Developments thai have come to
light since ihe gut lirst attracted at*
irtiti'in tend to show that one of the
actot's alleged girl victim! was older
than was at (list Itated, anal lhal. moreover, bet- escapade! bail several times
brought her into tha limelight of publicity.   Then, too. the brother nr one of
tlie girls, the same young fellow who
Hitchcock asserted had I ileal lo lllnok-
innll him, bus pleaded guilty (o the
charge, and this lias helped  tai turn  the
balance of public sentiment in rnvnr of
the comedian, Though tha* Gerry society  and   the   allslrlcl   attorney's offloe
seem determined to push the ease there
aria many who believe anal still moro
who hope tbal  the serious charges made
agalnsl    ihe    popular young comedian
will come to naught
The trial or Raymond Hitchcock, the
comedian   on  an   Indictment'   which   re*
suiti'd rrom    charges    preferred by n
young girl, which was In have begun in
lhe supromo court toduy. was poatponed
until next Monday. Tbe postponement
was granted upon application of conn
sad for the defendant, mi the ground
(lint llllch,'nek's cliler counsel was engaged In another case ln court. Justice
Dowling warned all parlies to be prepared for trial next Monday.
Reducing the Army.
London, Feb. 24���The army estimates
for 1908-IP have been Issued. The gross
total Is JIM.Ulli,120 ns against 1155.211,-
880 fan* 1007-S. Tin* war leoretary, Mr.
Hulilnne. estimate! for a total or 1S5.000
men in the home ami oolonlal establishments, Irrespective of India. This la a
decreaao ol 6,000 men from last year.
NEW DEVICE PATENTED
Minority in Committee Has No Right
Until Its Exercise Is Impossible
���Improving Machinery.
Ottawa. Feb. 21,���Parliament has once
moro given the party vote to choke off
Investigation Into public expenditure.
Last week tlie majority in the public accounts committee prevented Mr. Foster
from questioning Director Wlckwlre of
the Sub-Target company 1 which pays
.*-'. i for machines and sells tli-m to the
government tor $250, about negotiations
between himself and himself respecting
the governmenl contract. The majority
in the committee, for the first time in
t.'anadian history, refused to allow an
appeal to be taken to tbe house, and
on Thursday Mr. iilain brought up the
matter in the commons. He proposed
a resolution that "The greatest possible
freedom of investigation into the expenditure of public money" should be
enjoyed by tlie committee and that any
action of the majority in excluding evidence or restricting inquiry should be
subject to Immediate appeal to the
house.
The pi*emier took a singular position
regarding- his motion. He admitted the
right of appeal but objected to Its exercise, lie held that If evidence was
shut out the minority had a right to
seek redress from the house but not
until inquiry was completed and report
presented"- That is to say that after
Inquiry is blocked and the witnesses are
goue. and the matter is closed the house
may be nuked to say that evidence
should have been allowed. Sir Wilfrid
permits n post mortem appeal against
the suppression of evidence after the
evidence Is permanently suppressed.
This Is satisfactory to members pro-
fa ssionally engaged In choking ofT Investigation and to the boodlers who desire protection,    it suits the middlemen.
Obstructionists are now kicking them-
Belves ba cause they did not think of
this trick two years ago. They might
thus have choked off the disclosures of
the Uerwln contracts and many hood*
ling oiwratlons. Merwln Is the middleman who bought ordinary engines for
tlie murine department, paying lhe
trade price or $262 for one and taming
It over to the government for $550, pay-
ink tSSS for another and passing II over
to tho government for $'JG0, and so on
through n long range of articles. At
lirst tho witness refused to disclose the
regular trade price, but when appeal
to the house wns ordered he and the
majority backed down, and in fifteen
minutes tho committee got information
concerning $13,000 worth of business
out of about a million and it half transacted with this group. They showed a
rake-Ofl at the rate of half a million
dollars In the whole transactions. The
device of refusing the appeal had not
then been discovered. Mr. Pugsley
brought thnl trick lo Ottawa, with the
result that a 187 per cent, rake-off on n
BtUItevant engine or a S100 per cent.
margin on a sub-target machine, or a
$0,000 election contribution ln Sir Fred.
Borden's county out of sub-target pro-
tits may boa arranged with greater
safety.
Mr. Pugsley himself has gone to New
Brunswick to steer the provincial government, through the elections. The
Dominion has already made some contributions to Hie campaign It has provided a quarantine offlce nt $1,800 a
year to n local member whose sent was
wanted for tho attorney-general. It has
furnished a $2,200 ofllce to another member who wsb in tho way. On 11b behalf
the mayor of SL John has Ihe promiae
of lhe pnM innate rshlp as the price of
his candldat ure. An I. C. R.clnlms agent
has boon Induced to become n candidate with his position held for him ln
case be should need It ugaln. A provincial member has been under Dominion pay of $25 par day holding alleged
Investigations. A town postmaster has
been permitted to apeak at parly rallies.
Beven new post offices have been promised tai one small county. A scheme to
purchase for tho Dominion fourteen
railways connecting with the Intercolonial In tin. province has been brought
forward. A Grand Trunk Pacific ter-
mlnUB  at Courtuey   Hay  has   bouu   dis
covered.  And the campaign io only well
begun.
It is a poor week which does not
bring some new development of dredging operations. This time It Is Dr.
Spohn, former Liberal M. P., afterward
Liberal office holder, now pursuing more
profitable operations as a dredging contractor. Dr. Spohn's dredging company
employB J. W. Gendron, whoBe brother
la interested with Dr. Spohn in other
dredging contracts. In the winter season Mr. Gendron works for Dr. Spohn's
company. In the summer he is the government Inspector certifying to the
quantity and quality of work done in
Hie Spohn company contract. But his
relations with the contract company go
on through the summer, when he regularly takes the cheques and pays oft the
men on the dredga-s.. He draws $3 a
day from the government as an independent officer supposed to be rigidly
measuring the work done and determining whether It ls worth 50 as hard pan
or belongs to the 25 or 20 or 14 cents
class. Sometimes Mr. Gendron makes
more than $3 a day. One summer another inspector drawing $3 a day for
watching other work iu the neighborhood farmed out hlB Job at half price to
Gendron and went off about other business, taking half the pay himself while
Gendron drew pay and a half. As the
country ls paying many millions for
dredging, and as the inspectors have
the power to reduce or swell this
amount by hundreds of thousands the
public can judge whether this situation
is satisfactory.
The bill to provide money to purchase
seed grain for western farmers has
been passed. Advances are limited to
those whose crop failed and there Is no
help for new comers who never had a
crop, aud may be less able be buy seed
than the old settlers, when tne supply
|3 scarce nnd the price high. The advances must be paid in one year. Mr.
Lake and other western opposition
members contended that if the advance
were made at all the settlers should
not be forced to repay it all out ol next
year's crop which may also be small.
The government plea ls that the minister may relax the conditions in necessary cases. As election time is approaching this power nuy be improperly used to favor or coerce the debtors
on whose property the federal and pro-
vinclal governments are taking a mortgage Mr. Lake's amendment for repayment ln three annual instalments was
voted down by the regular party majority. It Is disclosed that the government
distribution will be in the hands of
Leech, the chief perpetrator of the notorious "thin red line" scandal, by which
9,000 Manitoba voters were disfranchised in 1904.
SUPREME CMRT SITTING
Postponed Sittings Will Open in Court
House Tomorrow, Mr. Justice
Martin Presiding.
Mr. Justice Martin of the supreme
court bench, will arrive ln the city this
evening, and tomorrow morning at 11
o'clock will begin the civil sittings the
statutory date of which was Feb. 11th.
The following cases are set down for
hearing:
Atwood vs. Kettle River Valley Railway company, trespass; H. C. Hannlngton and D. W. Whiteside, solicitors.
Entwisle vs. Li-nz and Lelser, Injunction, declaration; Harvey, McCarter &
McDonald, W. F. Gurd.
Lyon et al. vs. Stocks, rescission of
ngreement; H. C. Hall and A. M. Johnson.
Robson vs. Miller, nccountlng commission; W. F. Gurd and J. O'Shea.
Buckworth vs. N. and F. 8. Railway
company, commission; J. O'Shea and A.
H. MacNelll.
Nelson vs. Staples, damages for personal Injuries; j. O'Shea and W. F.
Gurd.
W. A. Macdonald, K. C., and S. S.
Taylor, K. C, will appenr ns opposing
counsel in nearly every case.
In addition to these cases there will
probably be a number of chamber motions and applications.
RAILWAY8    SERIOUSLY   MENACED.
Nine  Hour  Law  Effective   March  4th-
Compllance Impossible.
Washington. Feb. 24.���In the opinion
of the officials of the railroads, they
have not been confronted for many
years wltli a condition so Borlous as Is
contained In the nine hour law which
by Its terms becomes effective on
March 4. In personal conference, antl
In correspondence, with the Interstate
commission, the officials have Indicated an Intention to conform to the act,
but they express the belief that It will
not bo possible fully and Immediately
to comply with the requirements. Petitions of a considerable number of the
railroad companies have been filed with
the Interstate commerce commission requesting that an extension of the time
of going Into offoct of the law be granted them. The principal reasons assigned In all tbo petitions for tho requested extension of Unto aro the In-
iiliility of the compnnles to obtain the
services of competent, efficient and de-
pondnble telegrapha*rs and the financial
hardship,   particularly   at the   present
time, which the employment of thous-
nuds of additional men will lmivose
upon them.
BRYCE AT M'GHL
Honorary Degree Given
to Ambassador
SHAUGHNESSY'S GUESTS
British Minister and Governor-General's Party in Montreal���Canada
From Ocean to Ocean.
Montreal, Feb. 24.���Mr. James Bryce,
British ambassador to the United States,
arrived in this city from Ottawa at noon
today. He was accompanied by Mrs.
Bryce, the Governor-General and Lady
Grey, Lady Sybil Grey and Lord Lascel-
lea, A. D. C. The party was met at the
station by Sir Thomas Shaughnessy
whose guests Mr. and Mrs. Bryce will
be in Montreal. At four this afternoon
.Mr. Bryce will have the honorary degree of L. L. D. conferred upon him by
McGill University.
Halifax, Feb. 24.���G. R. Parkin, Rhodes scholarship trustee, sailed Saturday for England. He addressed the
Canadian club Saturday afternoon on
"Canada and the United States on the
American continent." He said "we
share the continent on equal terms
and each must work out its development independently." He referred to
the fact that Canada ls looming largely
in the world's eye and that in England
and everywhere in the empire he found
people greatly interested in Canada and
her problems and looking to her as the
leader of the empire. The future of
the Dominion would best be nehleved
hy retaining connection with the motherland.
Ottawa, Feb. 24.���Three children of
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Stanley, of Madawas-
ka, bave been burned to denth as the
result of a lamp overturned. The victims were five and three years and three
months. The parents left the house
and locked the children ln and nothing
was known until the house was ln
flames. Neighbors tried to rescue the
little ones but It was too li-te.
Toronto, Feb. 24.���During the past
week the Grand Trunk railway has
dismissed eight employees for disobeying rules. Six of them were dismissed
for swearing on passenger trains and
two others  for  drunkeneBS.
Montreal. Feb. 24.���The S. S. Moana
sailed from Brisbane Wednesday, Feb.
19th.
Golden. Feb. 24.���About three o'clock
this morning the residence of \V. J.
W'rlght. situated some six miles south
of this place, was completely destroyed by fire. Mr. Wright aud family
barely escaped with their lives. The
cause of the fire Is not yet known. The
loss Is about $2,500 with very little insurance.
Toronto, Feb. 24.���The report that the
Master Moulders of Ontario will reduce
wages of their employees twenty per
cent, hns startled the moulders of Toronto. The employers are said to have
been considering the matter for Bome
time. A prominent union official today
said that the men will resist any wage
reductions. The men have been Instructed to quit work If any reduction
Is announced.
Toronto, Feb. 24.���Fred. C. Miller, a
well known florist and for many years
a prominent figure In the municipal and
business life of York township, died today yesterday at his home in Brucedale.
Toronto, Feb. 24.���Seventeen Chinamen hnve forwarded a petition to the
mayor asking for Hit. suppression of
gambling among their fellow countrymen in the city.
Fredericton. Feb. 24.���Major Henry
A. Crossley, editor and publisher of the
Fredericton "Capitalist," Is dead, aged
70 years. He had been a jottrnnlist for
thirty-five years.
Kingston. Feb. 24.���Judge Price this
morning sentenced Alexander Bahcock
to one year In centrnl prison for bigamy
antl suspended sentence on the chnrge
of breaking the arm of his four months
old baby while ln a passion.
Montreal, Feb. 24.���Carmlnl Cadar-
ono. a young Italian, gave himself up to
Chief Detective Carpenter this afternoon for the murder of Silvio VIooll on
Saturday night.
Montreal, Feb. 24.���A I,ondon speclnl
cable says the readiness with which recent offerings of Canadian socurictles
have been absorbed since the first of
the year demonstrates what a strong
hold Canada has upon the British Invest ing public.    This hns been exempli
fied in a most striking manner by the
sale during the past week of ��2,000,000
Canadian Pacific Railway's four per
cent, debenture stock at over par, yielding the company a fraction under what
the Canadian government loan was
Issued at.
Toronto, Feb. 2l.r-A bill has been introduced in 'he legislature for the promotion of the Iron Range Railway company to butld a road from Lake of the
WoodB to Thunder Bay, near Fort William, and across Lake of the Woods to
the Manitoba boundary. There is to be
a branch connecting with the C. P. R.
main line and a second branch to the
Minnesota and Ontario boundary. The
company asks for the usual powers, in-
ludlng telephone and telegraph privileges.
Ruthven. Essex Co., Feb. 24.���The
post ofllce was robbed here yesterday,
the robbers getting away with a few
dollars and some stamps. This is the
fifth post office robbery in Essex county
during the past few weeks. ,
Ottawa, Feb. 24.���City View Metho-
alist church, five miles from Ottawa, was
destroyed by flre yesterday afternoon.
The edifice was erected two years ago
at a cost of $4,000 and was insured for
half that amount. The flre started from
a furnace ln the basement.
Port Dalhousie. Feb. 24.���The public
schools here bave been closed for an indefinite period on account of a scarlet
fever epidemic.
Montreal, F*_*b. 24.���The list ot Italian
tragedies sin- 3 New Years was today
increased to 1 Sx. three of which have 00.
curred since Friday last. The latest is
distinguished from the others by the
possibility that it is accident not murder, bufin a ther respects it ls the most
tragic of t .e lot. Mrs. Marie Tottoro,
wife of .is.chael Tottoro, owner of a
email grr-ery, was shot through the
heart this morning by her husband,
whether by accident or intent the police
are not prepared to say. Tottoro says
the affair was pure ac ident and bis
story is corrobborated by his son. He
was cleaning an old revolver, he says,
when a cartridge in one of the chambers
which he did not know was loaded,
went off, the bullet striking his wife
who came in the room at the time.
ATLANTIC PEACE TERMS
Ocean   Passenger   Rates   Agreed   Upon
Speed of Steamers Accepted as
Determining Factor.
New York, Feb. 24.���Speed has been
made the main basis for dlfferention in
minimum rates for first-class passenger traffic on the various vessels of
the companies concerned in the recent conference in London, though in a
few cases luxury of appointment has
been considered. Agents ln New York
seemed well satisfied with the results
of the conference, one of which is that
the Cunard company has agreed to
raise the minimum rate on the Lusltanla nnd the Mauretania from $115,
which it was before the rate war began, to $127.50.
As summed up by the representatives of tbe steamship companies, the
conference accomplished several important results. It restored rates to
the old basis, revised differentials, decided upon a fixed minimum, about
$2.50 more than the old rate on the av-
verage; abolished the 10 per cent, rebate for return tickets and divided travel Into and "ln" and "off" season,
leaving out the "Intermediates." While
the minimum rnte will remain unchanged from one season to the other,
choice of location will be less Inexpensive In the "off" senson.        _--
The $127.50 minimum rate clovers
only the Lusltanla and the Mauretania.
For the Kronprlnzessin, Cecllle and
Kaiser Wllhelm II of the North German Lloyd line lt Is $122.50. Next price
ls $120 on Kronprinz Wllhelm and the
Kaiser Wllhelm tier Grosse of the same
line, nnd the Deutschlnnd of the Hamburg-American line. In the next lot,
nt $112.50. are Included the Kaiserin
Auguste Victorin and the Amerlka of
the Hamburg-American line and the
Adriatic of the White Star line. The
Provence of the French line and the
Oceanic of the White Star line are
ranked together at $107.50, and then
come the Campania and Lucania of the
Cunard line nt $102.50. At the $97.60
minimum one has a choice among the
Caronla and Carmanla of the Cunard.
the Savoie and the Lorraine ot the
French, the Baltic. Celtic and Cedrlc of
the White Star line. From that price
the rate scales down to $67.50, the rate
charged on the Mesba of the Atlantic
Transport line.
As In America.
London, Feb. 24.���J. G. Baildon. a
well known broker, who dealt mostly
in Aniericnn rnilrond securities, committed sulslde by shooting himself at
his home in Dnlwleh, a suburb of this
clly yesterday. He at one time conducted a large business which recently
had fallen off. Worry over financial
matters la given as the cause of the suicide.
SEALERSJPPEAL
Delegate From Victoria
at Ottawa
WANTS NEW AGREEMENT
Suggests to Bryce and Laurier That
Japan Be Asked to Jain ia
Protecting Herds.
Ottawa, Feb. 24.���Fielding may deliver tbe budget speech this week following the passage of the French treaty.
D. H. Ross, Canadian trade commissioner in Melbourne, Australia, haa
been granted permission to return to
Canada for the purpose of conferring
with Canadian manufacturers and exporters regarding extension of trade relations with Australia.
The Dominion Rifle Association has
been invited to send a team to Vienna
next August to compete in a series of
international small-arms matches for
the championship of tbe world.
The report of the bridge commission
has been handed down. The minister
of railways and canals will submit tbe
same to parliament some day this week.
Joseph Boscovix, of Victoria, B. C, as
representative of the British Columbia
sealers, had several Interviews with
British Ambassador Bryce and Sir Wilfrid Laurier to urge tbat some international agreement be made between
Japan, Russia, the United Statea and
Canada to prevent complete destruction
of the herds of seals in Behring sea.
The Paris award of 1893 does not include Japan, and tbe Japanese at present are free to do as they like ln catching seals.
The railway commission is sending
out circulars to railway companies stating that lt has ln view an order for electric headlights on locomotives and asking as to what recommendations the
companies have to make previous to
the order becoming effective.
It ts stated tbat the report of the commission which has enquired into the
civil service, which will be presented
Boon, will recommend an all-round Increase of salary of from 15 to 20 per
FROZEN IN.
Vessel  of Cryolite Fleet  Ice-Bound On
Greenland  Coast.
Philadelphia, Feb. 24.���Frozen fast tba
the ice of the north, the Philadelphia
bark Alkaline lies beyond reach of mails
and telegraphs, while anxious friends
and relatives of the crew watt for spring
to bring them news ot the lost ones.
The Alkaline was caught in the ice
laat October while working from the
west coast af Greenland bound for Copenhagen and Philadelphia. She carries
a cargo of Cryolite which she loaded at
Greenland, and Is ln command of Capt.
Jensen of this city. His crew of 12 men
were also shipped from this port. They
set sail from Philadelphia last summer
for the north. The ship left Greenland
on October 4th, but owing to the ice put
Into a harbor further sou h on October
17th, since which time she has not been
heard from. It is believed that Captan
Jensen found the ice barrier Impene-
tratable and decided to sail back to
Greenland.
The Danish company, which controls
the Cryolite mines in Greenland, will
send the steamers Fox and Ivlgtut to
the north ln April to ascertain what has
become ot the Alkaline. Nothing will
be known ot them until the steamers
return to Copenhagen. The Alkaline ls
ls one of tbe fleet of cryolite vessels
which for years have sailed between
Philadelphia and Greenland bringing
cargoes of cryolite for the Pennsylvania
Salt Manufacturing company of this
city.
Morse Will Be Tried.
New York, Feb. 24.���Phillip J. Britt
of counsel for Charles W. Morse, today
asked Justice Dowling for leave to inspect the minutes of the special grand
jury which returned two Indictments
against Morse on charges of grand larceny. Decision on the motion was reserved. Today was the date aet for
Morse to either change or withdraw his
hut the plea was not withdrawn nor
but the pla was not withdrawn nor
changed, and date will now be set for
trial.
Wanted to Die Alone.
Hamllto, Feb. 24.���William Halllday.
a well known contractor, was found
dead early today at his home on Main
street with a large tube In his mouth.
It was evidently a case of suicide. Halllday turned his family out of the house
last Friday and It ls supposed prepared
Immediately to end bis life. The condition of the body indicated that he bad
been dead since Friday.
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.      ,,, KJUAUyUHatM*
HUDSON'S BAY
STORES	
OUR  NEW  STOCK  OF
Clothing.    Gents'   Furnishings
and Boots and Shoes
Is beginning to arrive.
In about another week we will be able to offer full lines
in these goods, and can promise you the best value ever offered iu 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.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
Capital Authorized   810,000,000    Capital  Paid Up   $4,860,000
Rest    $4,860,000
D. R. WILKIE, President. HON. ROBERT JAFFKAY, Vice-President
ARROWHEAD,
Branches in British Columbia:
GOLDEN,       NELSON,      REVELSTOKE,
VANCOUVER,    VICTORIA.
CRANBROOK,
SAVINGS DEPARTMEN'r
Interest allowed on  deposits  from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
rvBtusoiv branch A*   IVI.   LAY,   Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Capital.
Incorporated A. D.   1869.
HEAD OFFICE,  MONTREAL.
 $3,900,000     Reserve Fund	
. ...arM,3��0,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all kinds of Banking  Business.
8PECIAL ATTENTION given to the
iavings Bank Department, and
interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
HOME SAVINGS BANK8 Furnished
on Application, In Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
Publlfibed six  !��;.-_ a waaes  by the
CANADIAN -TBI.IHHING COMPANY, LIB.
Baker St..  Nelaon, B. C
SuDicrlptlon rates, 5U cents s montb delivered
lu the cur, or 16.00 a year 11 sent by ssstl, when
psld in aalvauce.
Adverllnlutc rates on application.
All raatliU-a. pnl.1 tu HaaltlemerM ol Tbe bally
Csuadlau aa-caaaiiaUa, either Ior aabacrlptloua or
advertising, muat be receipted for on the prlutcd
fi.-...- ol the Company.   Olliar receipts are uot
Monday, H'ebruary 24, 1908.
FATE   OF   NATAL  ACT.
The first round in liritish Columbia's
flight for the exclusion of Orientals Is
over, antl the province is so far the
loser. The test case which came before Chief Justice Hunter was snllicient
to secure an authoritative ruling ijsi. the
present status of Japanese immigrants.
The ruling is very Interesting and instructive. The chief Justice holds the
Natal Act recently enacted Io be "Inoperative in as far as the Japanese are
concerned, owing to the Dominion act
of 1907, sanctioning the imperial Anjilo-
Japanese convention of 1906, applying
the Anglo-Japanese treaty of issm to
Canada."
It ls clear, then, that but for thai
Dominion Act of 1907, (he Natal Act
would nol. be inoperative as far as Jap-
aneae are concerned, and that it is
now operative In respect ot all other
Orientals. It follows, then, thai .'ill
Ule acts passed by the province since
1898 and disallowed by the Dominion
government or reserved at their reaiuest,
were clearly within the I'lghtB and powers of the province. They were not
ultra vires until the Dominion Act of
1907 was passed. The position now is
that Hritish Columbia, like any Australian state, or any other Hritish colony, may exclude any class of aliens its
people may choose to call undesirable,
except one. Wo are precluded by an
act of the Dominion governmenl trom
excluding or in any way restricting tho
entry   ol*   Japanese.
Saturday's despatches from Ottawa
summarizing Dominion government
opinion on the chief justice's decision
and   Its  effect, are  equally  InstructiveL
"The decision of Justice Hunter that
the BriUsh Columbia Natal Act Is ultra
vires ls regarded here as practically the
settlement of the whole question.   Even
If British Columbia should appeal to
the privy council, the act could not be
enforced pending the liual decision of
the latter court, as It would be within
the power ol the Dominion to secure an
injunction from a court restraining the
province from any further attempt to
enforce the act. Hy awaiting action or
Uie court the lJominion government, it
is claimed, has obtained a better settlement of Iho question than if it had
disallowed the act. In the latter case
the province could have at once passed
another act, and the situation of the
past few days would have been repeated."
The lirst conclusion, as we have already pointed out, Is fallacious. The
chief justice has not declared the act
ulira vires but merely inoperative as
against Japanese, and made so by recent act of Ule Dominion government.
The succeeding statements, as to tha*
steps that would have been taken to
thwart the will of the province had the
act been declared valid, betray a characteristic want of scruple as to means.
There was no intention of allowing the
enforcement of the cat. If the courts
would kill lt, so much Uie better; but,
if   not,   then   it   must   be   disallowed.
Such an attitude may bo capable of
defence on grounds of imperial policy
but we shall be curious to see how the
solid seven, Including the "proantl-
Aslatlc" MacI'lierson. wll defapd it aati
the platform in liritish Columbia. The
grievance of this province is not so
much against Sir Wilfrid Laurier as
against h,?r representatives at Ottawa
who sat silent while an act was passed
rendering any future act. of British Columbia "inoperative ln so far aa Japanese   aro   concerned."
MINING IN  YUKON.
Big Works of Guggenheim Company In
Twelve-Mile   Country.
Ua .vHoii, Feb. 21.���Chester A. Thomas, manager of the Klondike Guggenheim interests, and party have return-
iil after a four-days' swing around lhe
circJe in the Twelve-Mile country, Inspecting the extensive works of the
big,   company.
In tho party with Mr. Thomas were
Governor Henderson, Angus McDon-
Donell. foreman for the company; E. O.
Finlult on, manager of the Hank of Hrl-
tlsh   n orth   America;   Judge   Craig,   I..
C. Senkler, legal adviser; diaries Mac-
Pherson. director of surveys: Major H.
S. Tobln, counsel for the company.
A total of 170 miles was covered during the trip. This took the party over
the splendid system of roads made by
the company incidental to the construction of its sixty miles of ditch and
flume, in which a river will be lifted
over the hills to Bonanza, Eldorado,
Hunker and Klondike benches for hydraulic and other mining purposes.
"The Guggenheim works In the
Twelve-Mile country," says Governor
Henderson, "are something marvelous.
They show that a tremendous outlay
of capital and great systematic effort
are being undertaken to bring water to
the old  placer  streams  of  the camp.
"1 was particularly struck with the
thorough system.    No effort ls lost.
"Large four or six-horse teams haul
ihe lumber from the mills to points
of distribution along the general route
of Uie Hume, while other teams are
engaged in conveying red wood staves.
Imported from California; iron hoops
and other material to the extent of
thousands of tons from Twelve-Mile
Landing to points along the line of the
vast viaduct. In places Inaccessible for
teams, material frequently is lifted with
cables to higher elevations, and there
redistributed.
"There can be no doubt but that the
company Is planning to carry on extensive operations the coming summer.
The widespread distribution of material
indicates this."
Dr. Thompson, member of Parliament, has been working for years to
gftt it arranged that Dawson's winter mail service would be complete,
but there ls no assurance as yet that
there will be a lifting of the clouds.
In the meantime Dawson will be
consoled with having two Christmas
seasons and a great shining mark toward which to press, fixed by the time
the old Yukon gives up her deadlock
of Ice and loafs lazily toward the sea.
Fire Insurance
Insure your house and furniture in
THE   PIONEERS'   FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY
1 Do not put lt off. Delays are dangerous. Call at 322 Baker street, or If you
have not time to call drop a line to
HUGH W. ROBERTSON
General Agent for the Kootenays.
P. O.  Box 534.
Bowling Tourney at Toronto.
Toronto, Feb. 24���Crack bowlers from
many parts of Canada and tbe United
States are gathered In this city to take
part In the second annual tournament
of the Canadian Bowling association.
Play ln the tournament begun today
and will conUnue through the entire
week. The tournament is a much
larger and more representative affair
than that of last year. The contests
will be rolled on fourteen new allays
constructed especially for the occasion
The competiUon for honors among the
fire-men teams promises to be particu
larly keen.
Baseballers Organize.
New York, Feb. 24.���Both tlie American and National baseball teams will
meet In New York this week. The
principal business before the leagues
will be the adopUon of the playing
schedules for the summer. At the
national league meting lt Is said. President Pulliam, will make a stand on
tbe black list resolution adopted lasi
fall at the meeting of the National association. He ls said to have announced that unless the other league mem
bers back up his stand he will resign
his   posiUon.
^
FRED IRVINE & CO.
ANNUAL
WHITEWEAR
SALE NOW ON
WE are uow showing one of the very largest aud best assorted
stocks of Ladies' Uuder Muslins including Night Dresses,
Corset Covers, Drawers, White Underskirts, Combination
Under Muslins ever shown at such low prices. We ask the ladies
to call and inspect our stock aud to compare our prices.
FRED IRVINE & CO.
AGENTS BUTTERICK PATTERNS
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PLEASE NOTE*���In every instance, the priecs listed in this advertisement are only a few instances selected to indicate the range
of each line   and the sweeping   reductions we have   made in prices.    THEY  ARE NOT by any means complete  lists of   the lines listed.
HANDBAGS.
A large assortment of the finest
goods.
$14.00 Bags for $8.10.
15.00  Bags   for 9.25
6.50 Bags for      3.75.
S1.00   Bags for 1.75.
1.00 Hags for 60
.76 Bags for 40.
Almost every Intervening price is to
1. found In our stock, at equal reductions.
LADIES'   AND   CHILDREN'S
PURSES
AND CARD CASES.
loc Child Purses for	
 5.
15cand 2oc Child Purses for
.   . .     .10.
50c Child Purses for	
 30.
75c Child Purses for	
 45.
$1.00  Ladles'   Purses  for   ....
 60.
1.40 Ladies' Purses  for....
 85.
1.00  Ladies' Purses  for	
 $1.10.
4.25  Ladies'   Purses for..   ..
   2.90.
fi.lo Ladles' Purses for..   ..
    3.45.
Large selection���all prices
at similar
reductions.
FANCY
DECORATED
CHI
NA.
$8.75 Chocolae Set
, 9 piec.
���s for
..$5.25.
1.75  Biscuit Jar.
8.25  Trays.
2.25 Jugs..
.   1 25
.50c B. &
B. PI
ites. .   .
. .     .30.
.90c   Cups
and
Saucers
. .     .55.
6.00  Fern
Pot..
..   3.00.
Bon Bons,
Fruit
Dishes,
Cake
Plates,
Tea Plates,
Etc.
WHITE   CHINA      FOR    DECORATING.
.20c and 25c Cups and  Saucers.    .15.
,:i5c Cups  and Saucers 25.
.90c   Bouillons TS,.
.25c   II.   &   It    Plates     20.
.:15c  Tea  Plata* .'in.
2.26   Pudding Dish    1.60
8.00  Maccaroni   Dish      2.2"..
1.46 Chocolate Pot     l.lo
2.50   Vase 1.90.
3.00 Pitcher 2.45.
Sugars. Creams. Hon lions. Vases
Fish Plates, Ice Cream Dishes.Steins,
BatC Etc.
PYROGRAPHY WOOD.
$.1.25
Sl 511
Clock for                     .. 265
1.76
2.26
COO
Towel Hacks 1.35
..".li
Glove and Hand'f Boxes 30
Pla
IU..S.   Panels,   Trays.   Nut   Howls.
Coat
Backs, etc., etc., from   20c up st
same
reductions.
GENT'S   WALLETS,   PURSES,   CARD
CASES,  BILL   FOLDS,
ETC.
$1.00
Wallets  for   	
.60.
1.50
Wallets   for	
.90.
2.00
Wallets for	
1.10.
3.25
.90c
Letter Cases for..   .
.60.
1.95
1.10
3.75
2.25
5.00
3.25
.90
.60
.60c
Burnt Leather Cases
.35.
.90c
Burnt I-eather  Cases
.66.
.76c
.50c
Hill   Folds	
.35.
1.75
Ulli   Folds	
1.16.
3.25
Bill Pailds	
2.16
Purses   and    Pocket
Books.
.35c
reduced  to	
.20.
.60c
reduced to	
.35.
.90c
reduced  to	
.   .65.
1.25
reduced   to	
.80.
2.00
reduced   to	
1.35.
Etc.,   Etc.,   Etc.,
TOYS AIND  DOLUS
We   Especially   Feature   this   Line   Because  we   Have  Carried  Over a  Tremendous   Stock.
.25c   Dressed   Dolls   for 15.
.85c  Dressed  Dolls  for    65.
2.25  Dressed  Doolls  lor         1.45.
$.50 Dressed  Dolls for 8.66.
4.50   Dressed  Dolls      :i.:j...
0.00 Dressed Dolls for     4.55.
7.60 Dressed Doolls for      :, ...
15.00 Dressed Dolls for     7.96.
KID   DOLLS���UNDRESSED.
.35 Kid Dolls reduced to      25
.60  Kid   Dolls reduced   to  '4.-,
$1.00 Kid  Dolls reduced to .'.     'so
and up, all at equal reductions.
$11.00   Magic   Lanterns   for 16.88
4.75 Steam Engines for   3 41;
10.00  Train  with  traa-ks  for     ..........  6J0
Our entire stock of Mechanical Toys and Toys of all kinds at prices trom
25 cents up.
AT  HALF  PRICE.
COMMON   CHINA.
��� 10 China Salt Shakers 05
.15 ('renin Jugs 10
45  Sauce   Dishes 10
.ISO and 75c Sauce Dishes 16
.15 Cups and Saucers 10
15 11   and H.  Plates. 2 for 15
.35  Desert  Plates 20
.50 Children's Sets, plate cup and
saucer   25
$1.15  I'i ult Dishes 65
.76   Cilery   Trays .40
JARDINIERES.
Stock just recently ..pa-ni-al
up.
$,..ii<i Jardinieres  reduced   to...
...$4.50
4.9.1 Jardinieres  reduced   to...
...  3.15
3 90 Jardinieres reduced to...
... 2.85
2 7". Jardinieres reducod to...
... 1.95
225 Jardinieres reduced to ...
...  1.65
1.05 Jardinieres  reduced  to. ,
.95
CIGAR
CASES.
We have some handsomo
things ln this
line.
$7.25 Cases for. ...
...$4.96.
8.00
CaseB
0.76
Cases
... 4.16.
6.50
Cases
Down
for....
to
...  3.45.
1.50
Cases
1.00
Cases
...    .66.
.75c
Cases
for...
...     .46.
.40c
Cases
for...
...     .20. '
PRAYER  BOOKS,  PRAYERS  AND
HYMNS,
CATHOLIC PRAYERS.
$8.75  sot ln case $4.95
6.60 set ln  case   3.95
7.25  set ln case   4.15
$3.00  set In case   1.95
1.60  set ln  caBe 95
6.86 P. and H. ln 1 vol   3.95
.76 P. and H. ln 1 vol 45
An Immense  stock.    All  varieties  of
arrangement and binding, and all prices.
POST   CARD   ALBUMS.
Nearly 600 Albums, all sizes, to hold
from  60 up to 1,000 cards.
$ .25 Albums for $ .15
.76  Albums  for 45
1.00  Albums  for 05
2.60  Albums  for   1.65
3.60  Albums  for   2.45
and  up to
6.75 Albums for 1.000 cards   3.95
F
Only   one
quick.
$S!.7"a Plain
4.00 Black
4.75   Flow,
Over 200
Cloth bound
Hoys'   Own
(iirls'   Own
Ohattebox
50c Alger
stock of Jin
ductlons.
LOWER   HORNS,
of   each.         Secure
them
and Gold...
and
to
S.
ltd f
5c.
ctlon.
.$1.60
.   1.60
largo
al   re-
BOOKS.
volumes of st
25c reduced
907 ANNUAl
ami others-
Books ,10c.
/enile   Hooks
All
at
our
llbei
$9.00
8.25
5.75
3.25
2.90
4.50
.46
.75
1.26
2.00
.25
.40
1.00
Lai
15c u
BAS
Baby  Stand
Baby  Stand
Baby  Stand
Baby   Sland
Work   Sland
Work   Stand
Work  Hassa-
and 80c W'or
Lunch Bask,
Lunch  Bask,
Club   Basket
Club   Basket
Club   Basket
ge  assort mill at same re
KET8.
for	
... 5.85
for	
for	
. ..  2.65
... 2.15
for	
...   3.45
for	
k llaskets
t for
t for	
for	
Tor	
for
.30
...    .66
.80
...  1.45
..    .16
.25
for	
.    .66
,t of Fancy
ductlons.
Basked
FANCY GOODS
$10.0(1 Cold  Plated Jewel Box...
(1.75 Qold  Plated Jewel Box...
6.90 Hoveled Glass Jewel Box.
.15.00  Toilet   Set	
.$ 5.70
.     4.36
.     4.r��
.   20.00
22.50  Toilet   Sot..
12.60
11.50
1.95
2 25   Ivorlne   PlaqueB	
8,00   Ivorlne   Plaques	
And all our large stock of gill
c1 lulaalil   boxes,  work   boxes,   etc
and all fancy goods at big cut In
1.66
.     2.46
goods,
.,  etc..
prices.
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J  BOOKSELLER PHONE 34 STATIONER
*+*+*+++*+*+*+***>A***A.*^
W. O. THOMSON, uim
"THE ORCHARD OF THE EMPIRE"
DIRECT FROH OWNER TO BUYER
We are Ihe largest Individual owners of good fruit land in the Kootenay district, British Columbia  on direct
existing lines of transportation.
THEHEARTOFTHEFRUIT DISTRICT
Lake.
1291 Acres at Nakusp	
Lake.
14SP3 Acres at The Narrows....
Lake.
Lake.
Lake.
Lake.
194 AcreB al  Van llouten Creek..,
...  Arrow
Lake.
120 Acres nt Hutchinson Oreek....
..  Arrow
Lake.
Lake.
899 Acres at Little Deer Park..   .
...   Arrow
Lake
657 Acres at Brooklyn...,
Lake.
All of the above have splendid lake
rrontage.
860 Acres between Salmo and Brie
on G. N. By.
573 Acres 4 miles north of Krultvnl
e on  O.  N
Ry.
223 Acri's 2 miles nortli of Fruitvale
on   G. N.
ly.
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.
iKootenay Orchard Association
Nelson
British Columbia
I cannot dine on FROG LEGS every day.    We furnish tbe
Staples
*ei.   Potk,   Mutton and Weal
Also
Hams, Bacon and Lard
With all varieties of
Fresh and Smoked Fish
in the market
Mincemeat of Finest Quality iu glass and wood.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
Rossland     NELSON,  B. C*>
Boundary
LAND NOTICES.
Hint  a half mile-**
torthwast  i-nrii'T  of lot :f*W8,
wiiy riKht-til-wny,  nbont
Wfittcrly frHm   tht*  north. . _
Kroup   1,   K-M>teo*7i    thfini*   t-outti   #1 chaius
i    I
nl l��mtr_(*i.  District Ol Wi��st Kooteuay
,M,t* that Harry   Bird. o| Nulson, mvu-
Hl   if-tat-* aRtnt.  Intend**   to apply for
q to pi-rchnne the   followinj-  UMmbed
oinmincliiK   ata  poll   planteil   at  the
, ,,nur   01   1-ajI   Sit,   thence   ruuuluK
hfaias,   thenee   r��tll  ehalns,   thenee
r,Mint*,   more  or  lent, to the   northerly
,,f    U��t 171,   thenee   following   north
Lot  *fi3   to   point nt  comnieneeinfiit
IB in aires, more or leu*,
'bruary 16th, 190S. IUrhy Hii*,.),
V. 0. QU-V, AKeiit
i Und Klstrlct. District ol West Kootenay
OtlOfl that Fred. J.HaiiimiuiH, a|*ent lor
Urnier. Ol Neisou, occupation wateh-
ititctidM lo apply 'or permission to pur*
, !->11ow1iik OOMrlbM lands; Com men*
, ii.ip,t planted about V,** miles east ol
rt_***_��, tlieuce 40 chains iu an easterly
i, thence -*�� chains south, thenee fl
a a westerly direction, theuce 90 chains
tbe point of comuieucumeut, contain lug
mon or lesa
Nov iuh, iun.
VOOlitOXH   'OHM T*NNSB,
F. J. Mammons, Agent.
i Land District. District oi West Kooteuay
Dot that   Fred J.  Hsininons.  ageut lor
��� tallard, ol I'ru-ctor. OOOQMUOO rancher.
. apply tor permission to pur. base the
iliKcrlbed lands: Comuic-ucluK al a
led aboutl'-. miles east of Wilson creek,
UthWMl Joidialns, thence uortbwe��t ��
eu(M northeast iDah���UM. ttiencti south
nins to the the polut ol coinmencutneut
���ning iti acres, more or less.
j6 Not. 8otn, iwi)7.
AurillHAI.l)  A* i.kk-piS   Ha: ; m I.,
Ageut   F   J    HAMMONS.
-uiul DiitrlOt. District of West Kooteuay
lotloe thai W, A. Hudson, timber cruiser,
sue, Spokane count) , Washington, one
lilted t-itau-sof America, Intends to apply
pj lal   timber  lloui.se over   lhe following
>il lauds:   Commeuclug at a post marked
liintcd on the north bans of  Lorn creek,
unction of  the North lork of I'uru cr<ek
ic main   ���..num.   about   Ave   miles  ln a
*��� direction from continence of srttd Corn
lib the, Kootenay rivwr;   theuce north 40
tbenoe west  UD chains- thence south  io
Un me cast 160 chains to point of com*
u nt. mu talulng MU acrea more or less,
mud   adjoins limber   limit   No 7  on the
d timber limit No. 8 on the south, as It'll by tne.
Hti-,1 .Novcintier 7, 1907.
William A. Hudson, Locator.
"~w by Patriot c. b_l_��
td  and signed by the within named VV
���n  OO   the Wili day of November, A   I),
nre  me  at Hpokane.   Hpokane   County,
ping Um, one o| thu United (Sta ten of America.
i'atui, i. (���. BHtm,
Hll
rlOt, Distrietoi West Kootenay
e Dotloe Unit Isnbclln PI-tXM,   t Blrassburg,
Htioii muriied woman, Intends to upply
>rmiisloq io purchase tho following dot*
1 lands' Commencing at ���* pout plained at
"''Meiioii oi the north boundary of Lot
l"d the east bounnary ol Lot No. BUS,
'��� DM1 H chains, more or less, lo tho north*
"'nier  of   Umber   Limit   No. WW,   thence
Wi lialus, thenco west 90 ehnlns, more or
���" Hi** i'hni aide of Whatshan lake, thence
"ng  Hunt*   m   ���   suutiiurlv   and   westerly
on lt[.i obalns, more or luss to lhe Inter
����� wiiii . oi 8186) thenee SB chains, more or
""owing  easterly   boundary  of Lot 8185 to
"   'oniiuencemimt.
l,i ah Ootober, ioo7.      1i_bbu_ imbhos.
F. fl, KAl'glUKH, a-gont.
y. > a a ' , s>        a, .--.....,,_.   , *>ivu-v       ��*-��.w        ��� -      .---_. .
thence cut 8U chalus. them-e norih W chains lo
southern boundary of suid rlghl of wa., thence
west 80 i*ha.nh hIour said noilthern bouudary in
poioi of commencement, and contaiulug 600
acres, more or tea
Dated  November 9th, lUfi.
ALR-XANDFIl  J     Mt'COOt..
Nelson I-and District. District of West Kootenay
Take noiice that K. I*. Murden, acting as agent
lorJ.H Hurdeii. Ol i'okluk. N.B., occupation
mechanic, Intends to apply for permission to
nnrobasa the tollowlni deeorlbed lands: commencing at a post (danled ou lhe easterly shore
of Arrow lake Htid abonl lo Ohaini north of Di.
N. K. comer of lot UM, tbcii'-e cast BO chains.
tbeOOt north 40 chains, more nr less, to the lake
ibote, thence lOUlhWMtarlj along ihe lake shore
i,< ih,- point of commencement, and coutaiuliig
a, i acres, more or less.
1 ated NovemU-r 18th, IWl   Jamk*> H   l(rm>KN,
F. 1*    BraiiLN, Agent.
Nelson Land Dlstrlet. District of Wesl Kootenav
Take uottce that John James Cameron, of
Fernle, Hrlttsn Columbia, occupation cnnlrac*
tor. intendi*. to apply for permission to
pun-hare the following dMcrlbM Intid: Commeuclug al a pool planted ou the southern
boundary of the B, 0. -.Southern right of-way
about to chains weslerlv from the N. W corner
of lot :,*"., group 1, Kooteuay, thenee s.mtb fiO
chains, thenee east 40 chains, thene* north BO
chains lo the sonihern boundary ol the said
right-of-way, thenee westerly along said south
tm boundary of right ol-wny to lhe point
coiumcncemenl, and containing MQ acres, more
or less.
Haled November 9th. I��i7
.1   ns .Iami- Camfuoh.
Nelson Land Dlstrlet. District ol West Kootenay
Ta ke notice lhal John Shiell. of Needles, B.C.,
occupation rancher, lutends lo apply for permission to purchase the following described
laud; Commencing at a post planted at tbe
northweat corner of l.*>t *8*t. thence west 40
chains, tbeuce south ho chaius, thence east 40
chains, thence north 80 chains to lhe pointof
, itiKiiictucnl, and coiiialiilng 3so acres, more
"Vated 18th October, 1007. Jam in Si-hell,
F. (i   FAPgtMKK, Agent.
S'elsou Land Dlslrlct    District of West Kootenay
lake notice lhat   Angus MeMIl, of Ihe City of
Nelson, occupation il reman, intends lo apply for
permission to purchase the following afsorioed
lauds:    CoiniueiieiilK  at   a   posi  planted   al   the
S    W    corner   L    t:.   Morrison's   laiuh,   lu   Fir
alley, tin nee  north  forty  (40) chains,  thene
nst   fo-iy   (40) chsins,   ihence  south        Its  HO
alns, theuce west forlj (40) chaliin oint o
m incticenient,  ami i oniHiniiig one honored
d sixty (W0)aores, more or lets.
Died Bepte nber 2nd. 1007.       AW0TJI   UtGllL
P"�� hand District,    DlltTlOtOl Wesi Koolenay
r*9  Dotloe   that    Alexander   J.   McCool. of
ur'i, V   ," '"'''opation clerk, intends to applv
iM        i*",,,lu  purchase tho foHowlug des-
linii,, '"inmouclng nta post planted on
��� "uitiern  boundary oi B. U bouthorn Rstl-
NelsouLautl DlstrH-t.   Dlstrletof West Kootenay
Take notlco lhat   Hugo Carsteus, of Winufpeg,
Mali.,   nccupatlou   publisher.   Intends   to  apply
for permission to purchase the following deacrlbed land :
Commeuclug at a posi planted on tbe west
ou Hilary of L. 4978, C I. (about. 5 miles from Arrow Lake, on MOSqOltO Creek) and Jl chain? 78
links south of tbeN.W'.C. of said lot, running
theuce west 80 chains, thence south HU chains,
ihence east Ml ehalns, tlieuce nortli 80 chains to
place of common, eiiient, contaiulug 04u ucius,
more or lesa.
CllAKI.KN  M a ls-.ll *, I i ,
At-ent   for   Hugo Carsteiifl.
Dated 88 December IWl. ���
Nels-n I.-uid District District ol \\ vm Kootenay.
I'uki' uolfco '.hat Levi George I'ayne, of Needles,
B. C��� occupation rancher, intenda toapply for
permission to purchase tbe following described
lauds: Commencing at a post planteil abo-il 15
chains west of Wbiitslmu creek and Itit.liH chains
Miilth of the southwest corner of Lot No1 SMS
running tbence north 80 chains, theuce west 80
chains   thetice south   12 155 chains,   theuce east
*���' r��8H obelus, tbence south tn 845 ohalns, thenoe
67410 chains e*el  tO point  of commencement,
piintalnloL* is 1 aires, now surveyed as lot 8185
Dated 8th January, 1008. Lbvi 080108 1 _ym>.
Nelson Land District.  Distrietoi West Kootenay.
Take nollee that Tina Bergman, of Altona.
Man , occupation wife of C. Bergman, farmor,
Altona, Man , Intends to apply for permission to
purchase ihe following described land :
Communciiig at a post planted at the N. E. C.
of Hugo Carstens' application to purchase and
running thence west 80 chalus tbence nortb 80
chaius, thence east 40 chains, tbence south 8
Ohalns 98 Lnks. thence east 40 ci alns, ihence
smith 71 chains 75 links to point ol commeuce-
iii' in , containing 607 acres more or less.
CMARLIC*.  MAl-MiAi.I,,
r. .   ..�� r. ..    A-?tnt   for ain��   -Bergman.
Dated Xt December 1907.
West Kootenay Land District. District of Goat
Kiver.
Take notice that I, Oeorge A. Hunt, of Kit.
chetier, occupation timberman, Intend to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described land: Commeuclng at a
post planted about 40 cl ftlus, west oi Thompson
marked N W. corner, theuce aoutb 10.3i chains
thence east 44 67 chains, thenee uorth 31.46
chalus, thence west along B. C. Houthern Kail-
way to place of commencement, containing fltus
acres
Dated January 8th, 1908.        (iKOROB H. Hunt
Nelson Land District. District of Weit Kootenay
lake notice that 1, Frederick Adie, ol Waneta,
B- C, occupation merchant, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following deacrlbed
land: Communciug at a post planted about 10
chains west of the N K. omnerof lot 862i, thence
north 80 chains, tbence east 80 cbalns, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, eontalnlng 160 acres, more or
less.
Dated January "Hst, 1908.       FRBnsRiac ABIB.
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 spinster. Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the toliowing described
land: Commencing at a posi planted at tbe
hlgn water mark of tbe Balmon river distant
about 12 miles in a southerly direction from
Halmo, B C, tbence north 40 chains, thence east
40 chains, theuce aouth 40 cbalus, more or less,
to the high waler mark of the Salmon river,
tbence west 40 chains, more or less, along said
high water mark to the point of commencement,
and containing 160 acres, more or less.
Located on tbe 1st day of February, 1908.
Dated 10th Februarv. 1008.
Marion Isabella crease,
Kdward Manly Peters, Ageut.
LAND  ACT.
Nelson Land District. Distrietoi West Kootenay
Take notice that James William  Oatlagber, of
the City of Nelson,  ln  tbe  Province ol British
1 olumbia, occupation merchant, intends to ap-
Sly ior permli-Blon to purch-ase tbe following
orrit' *'l land : Commencing at a post plauted
at tbe high water mark of the Salmon river distant sn,mi Y2 miles In a southerly direction from
Halmo, B. 0.| tbence north 40 chains, tbence
west 4o chains, tbence south 40 chains, more or
less, to the high water mark of the Salmon river,
thenee bast 40 chains, more or less, along the
said hlirh water mark to the pUOB ot beginning,
containing 160 acres, more or lew.
1 -nolle.i on the 1st day of February, 1908.
Dated 14th February, 19U8.
Jambs William Gallagher,
Edward Manlby Pkterb, Ageut.
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application for the issue of
a duplicate Certltleate ot Title for lots 4, 6, 9, II,
19, -���>, and 32, of lot 891, Oroup One, in tbe
District of Kootenav (Map 698)
Notiee Is hereby given that lt Is my Intention
to Issue at Iho expiration of one month alter the
first publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of 1 uie for the above mentioned lotB in
the name of life hard llelnio, which Cerllfleate of
Title Is dated the J tt h day of November, 1906,
and  numbered 081OA���
Land Registry Office, Nelson, B. C, January
17th, 1908.
"H. F. MacLbod,"
District Registrar.
Tenders Wanted for the Purchase of a
Mineral Claim.
Tenders address to the undersigned, st bis
ofllce, ln the Court Mouse, in the City of Nelson,
will be received np till tbe hour of 5 o'clocs. in
the afternoon, of Friday. February '28th, 1908,
for the purchase of the ���* tiden " Mineral
Claim, Lot 11^7, Group 1, Kootouay District,
which was declared to bo forfeited to tbe Crown
at the tax sale held on the 7th day of December,
1904, for delinquent taxes and costs-
The upset price upon tho said Mineral Claim,
which includes tbo amount of delinquent taxes
and costs at the time of forfeiture, with Interest,
taxes which have since accrued, costs ol advertising, and feo for Crown Grant ($26.00) Is $133.33.
which Is the least amount that will be considered
as a tender
Kach lender must be accompanied by an
accepted cheque lor the full amount ot the tender, payable to tho order of the Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works, at Victoria, B. C.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this Both day of January,
1908 IIAKKY WRiGHT,
Government -Agent.
NEW CARIBOO INDUSTRY
Dakota     Farmer    Will     Raise    Angora
Goata and Down Sheep North
of 70-Mile   Houee.
Ashcroft, Feb. 24.���L. B. Price and
sons have left ABhcroft with 160 Angora
goats and 183 graded Down sheep for
their place some 38 miles back of the 70-
Mlle House. One of the boys brought
the gouts and sheep from Sprague,
Washington, together with a carload of
household effects.
Mr. Price, with one of his sonB, preempted land in the neighborhood of
Fish Lake, and have put up hay
enough   to   keep   the   stock   till  spring.
In October Mrs. Price joined her
husband with her daughter, and now
ihe whole family, with the exception
of one boy���they have four boys���is
with them. They have all been brought
up to ranch and farm life, and are
just the right sort of people to make
a success of ranching in the backwoods. They have handled sheep and
goats before, and know just how to
care for them. Regarding the wool
from the goats, or more properly
speaking, mohair, Mr. Price says it averages in price from 31 to 3G cenU a
pound* and that the average yield per
animal is about five pounds. In weight
when grown they will average a little
heavier than sheep of the same age.
When fed on food the same as sheep,
he says the meat tastes exactly like
mutton. Angora goats are good rustlers, and, like our friend "Billy," have
a wide range of taste. During the sum-*
mer both sheep and goats will be herded and enclosed in a corral at night.
li is Mr. Price's intention to raise
horses   and   cattle   as well.
That part of the country where Mr.
Price and bis boys have settled will
very soon be better known than it is at
present, for the question of roads is a
serious one, with. Mr. Price's neighbors as well as himself. From the 70-
Mile House to Mr. Pressey's, the first
settler, the distance is 23 miles, and
the road is good. From there to Mr.
Atwood's, three miles, it Is very ponr,
and tbe same condition applies to Mr.
Simmons, another three miles. Nine
miles farther is Mr. Price's place,
Greenside Hill, with no road, and 15
miles more is Mr. McDonald's place,
and it is also without a road.
Mr. Price was originally a farmer in
Dakota, but the spirit of the man is
tbat of a pioneer, and so he came to
Washington. That state is getting too
settled to suit him, and so he was attracted   to   British   Columbia.
Yerkee' Widow's Philanthropy.
Chicago, Feb. 24.���Mrs. Mary Adelaide Yerkes, widow of Charles T.
Yerkes, the Chicago financier and traction magnate announced yesterday that
it was her desire to devote a portion of
he $10,000,000 estate to the erection of
a magnificent hospital in Chicago. It
is Mrs. Yerkes' desire herself to design
the hospital. The Incomplete plans provide for the erection of at least one of
the groups of buildings during her life*
time, fhe erection of the rest of the
group and the necessary endowment
for the entire institution will be provided for in her will.
NOTICE.
Tsse notice that Alfred Edward Watts, of
Wattsbura, British Columbia, lumberman, In
tends to apply for permission to lease the fol-
lowlns described land, situate near Procter on
tbe south shore of tbe west arm ol Kootenay
Lake, more particularly described ss follows:
Commencing at the northwest corner of Lot 4
of Lot 809, Gioup 1, West Kootenay District,
tlieuce 1680 feet (25.45 chalus) westerly along the
south shore line of tbe west arm of Kootenay
Lake and being the nortb boundary of t-ot 4 of
Lot :too to the northwest corner ot Lot 4 of Lot
309, thence 2280 feet (34.55 chalus) along the south
shore line ol the west arm of Kootenay Lake and
being tbe north boundary of Lot IA ot Lot 806,
Group 1. West Kootenay District; thence north
132 feet (2 chains); thence easterly 8960 feet
(60.00 cbalns) and parallel with the south shore
line of the wesi srm of Kootenay Lake; thence
south 132 feet (2 chains) to point of cammence-
ment, and contaiulug 120 acres, more or less.
Dated this 12th day of February, A. I>., 1908.
A. B. WATTS.
Certificate  of Improvements.
INOTIGE3,
"Red Point," "Vernamo," "Greenwood Fractional," "(-.reenwood and Jack Pot Fractional"
Mineral Claims, situate In tbe NelBou Mining
Division of Wesl Kootenay District.
Where located:���On Kagle Creek above tho
Poormau Mine.
Taste notice that I, John McLatchle, of the
City ot Nelson, acting as agent for Jous. P. Swed-
berg, Free Miner's Certificate No B7475 and
Oscar Johnson Free Miner's Certificate No B623--
mtend sixty days from  the date hereof to ap
Fly to the  Mining  Kecorder for Certificates o
mprovoments, for   the   purpose  of   obtaining
Crown tyrants of the above claims.
And  further tske notice that action,  under
Section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.
Dated this 27th day 'of -September, A- I��., 1907.
John mclatch k.
Certificate of Improvements.
notice.
"April Fool" No. 2 Mineral Claim, situate
ln the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenav
District.
Where located: Between Kagle and Sandy
creeks, and about one hall mile from the Poor-
man mih.
Take notice that I, F C. Green, acting as agent
lor J. P. Swodberg, Free Miner's Certificate No.
B7475, Intend, sixty days Irom tho date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining a
Crown Grant of tne above claim.
And further take notice ihat action under
section 87, must be commenced before tbe Issuance ol such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 28th day of January. A. D., 1907.
F.O. GREKN.
Nelson.B. C.
Tremont House
Karouesn and American Plan
Heals 85 cts.   Rooms from 2C cts. to ti.
only White Heip Employed
MALONE   &   TREQILLUS
Baker St., Nelson Proprteiore
Athabasca
Saloon...
CORNER
BAKER AND
I00TENAY
STREETS.
Most comfortsble .juarii-r*.     Nelson
Only tbe best pi Liquors and i.l���sra,
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN    IVEN8 JNO.   PHILBERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renorated and refurnished. Rooms. 50 cents upward. The
dining room ls unexcelled ln the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. ERICKSON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 264.    Opposite Court Houa*
and Postoffice. Nelson. B. C.
Queen7s Hotel
Baker Street, Nelson, ti, c.
RATE8 92 PER DAY
Large   and   Comfortable   Bedroom    and First*
olaas Dining Boom.
MRS.  E. C. CLARKE,  Proprletreee.
Bartlett   House
<3_K>. W. BARTLBTT,
Proprietor.
Best DoIIar-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar ls tbe Finest.
White Help Only Kmplojea)
Josephine Bt.
Nelson. B. o.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM ROBERTS.;
PROrRIBTHBSS.
Bates fl and (ISO a Day.
Speoial Bates to Retrolur Boarders
LOCAL ANO GENERAL.
End of Tournament.
The men's whist tournament at the
Churcbman'B Club will be concluded at
Wednesday night's meeting.
R. M. R. Dance.
The weekly dance at the armory this
week will be given Wednesday evening
Instead of Friday, on account of the
Masonic ball being fixed for Friday.
F. O.  E.
The regular meeting of Nelson Aerie.
F. O. E., will be held in Fraternity hall,
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. There
are several Initiations. All members
are requested to be present.
L. O. L.
There will be a meeting of the Royal
Arch Degree, L. O. L., 1692, in the K. of
P. hall tonight at 8 o'clock. The provincial organizer will be present. Members and visiting brethren are cordially
invited.
Masonic Ball.
The social event of this week will be
the Masonic ball in the Alice roller rink
Friday evening. The guests will probably number about 400 and the rink affords ample accommodation for that
number.
Funeral  of frank Svoboda.
The funerul of Frank Svoboda, who
died on Saturday, took place this afternoon at 1.30 from the family residence,
Hall street, to St. Paul's church and
thence to the cemetery. The funeral
was conducted by Nelson Aerie, F. O. E.
Council  Meeting.
The regular weekly meeting of the
city council will be held in the council
chamber tonight at 8 o'clock. The estimates for the year which were referred back to the financial committee,
will be presented again with a bylaw
regulating the salaries of civic employees. The report on the power plant by
Cecil B. Smith, ofonstllting engineer,
will be presented and considered.
NOTICE
Take notice that I will, on the 9th
day of March, 1908, apply for a transfer
of the liquor license for the Stiver King
Hotel, situate on Lots Seven (7) and
Eight (8), ln Block Ten (10), on the
south side of Baker street In the city of
Nelson, from myself to Elizabeth
Dalziel.
Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 20th day
of January, A. D. 1908.
ROBERT DALZIEL.
A FINE RESIDENCE FOR SALE
We have for sale a first class modern residence, and four lots, ln a
good residential position. The house contains four bedrooms, dining
room, parlor, kitchen, pantry, bathroom, basement, finl8*ned attic' Stone
foundation and electric light. The workmanship and material are of the
best. The lots are fenced and planted with fruit and ornamental trees,
flower gardens and lawns.    Price  ">5,000.
PTJR F��UI-,U PAR-
TICULARS APPLY XO
H. & M. BIRD
One of
The Best
In Fruit Lands now offering. 157 acrea
of choice land situated on Howser Lake.
$20.00 per acre, easily cleared.. Muat be
sold at once.
For  full   particular!  apply
PROCTER & BLACKWOOD
AGENT NELSON CITY LAND A IMPROVEMENT CO.
If yoti want Good Land
BUY at ROBSON
MeDermid & McHardy
NELSON, Ba'C
BUY AN ORCHARD HOME
You can   ,uy a 10-acre Fruit Ranch ln the best fruit growing district
in Britl   i  Columbia by  paying flO dollars down and $10 per month.
Even a.*   an Investment this is worth consideration.
Fruit Land has trebled ln value within the year.   What will it do next
year?
J.  E. AININAB.UE,
WARD STBBBT
IMBUSOIN
: *���
A.O. LAMBERT & CO.
AND DEALERS IN    LutXlheZtf   Sll2llgieS*>
Uath, -Mouldings, Doors, Windows,
Turned Work and Brackets.
VBRNOIN STREBT   -
Mail Orders promptly attended
NELSON. B. C
CANADIAN
,     PACIFIC
RAILWAY
C. P. R. Local
Time Table
EASTBOUND
S. S. KUSKANOOK leaves Neisou daily
at 6 a. m. making direct connections
for Winnipeg, St. Paul, Chicago and
Eastern Canadian cities.
WESTBOUND
NO. 45 leaves Nelson daily at 7.15 p.
m. connecting with Arrow Lakes
steamers at West Robson, making
through connection with main line at
Revelstoke for all  Coast cities.
LOCAL, TaWAIINS AIND
STEAMBR8
No. 43 for all points in the Slocan
leaves Nelson daily except Sunday at
9 a. m.
No. 41 for all points in the Boundary-
leaves Nelson at 9.45 a. m. daily except Sunday.
S. S. Moyie leaves Nelson dally except
Sunday at 7 a. m. for Kaslo; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for
Lardo.
For further information as regards to
rates,   etc.,   apply   to
o e. Mcpherson,      j. moe,
G. P. A.. Winnipeg. I) P.A.. Kelson
W. H. DEACON
C P A , Nelion, B.C.
Corporation of the City of Nelson.
NOTICE.
The Board of Health of the City of
Nelson deem it advisable that as a
measure of precaution all citizens should
be vaccinated, and notico is hereby
given to those dasiring to be vaccinated
and who are not ln a position-to incur
the expense thereof, that the Medical
Health Officer will be in the Council
Chamber, City Hall, on Thursday, the
6th day of February, between the hours
of 4 and 5 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 5th, 1908.
NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that the Great
West Railway Company will apply to
tlie Parliament of Canada, at the present session thereof, for an act amending
tlie said Company's Acts 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 names 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 ls empowered to construct.
Dated Ottawa, 31st January, 1908.
CHRYSLER, BETHUNE A LARMOUTH
Solicitors for the Applicants.
Cancellation of Reserve.
Notice ls hereby given thst the reserve over
certain lends In South-East Kootensy, notloe of
which spyeared Ir tne British Columbia Oasette
of the nth ol August, 1SW snd bora date ol August 12th. 1890, la hereby cancelled. The above
inentlone.1 landa will be open tor location under
the Land Act on March 30, ISO*.
ROBT A. RENWICK.
Deputy Commissioner ol Lsnds and Works
Lamia anal Works Department,
Victoria. H C, Deoember isth, lain.
INOTICE
In the matter ot an application lor the Issue of
a duplicate ol the Cerllllcate ol Title to Lots
-I, A. and 6, Block ��, Nelson City, subdivision ol
part ol Lot 182, Group One, Dlatriot ol Kootensy
(Map 486).
Notice ls hereby given thst lt ts my intention
to Issue st the expiration ol one month after the
first publication hereof s duplicatedl tbeCertta-
. ate o. Title to the above mentioned lots ln the
name of rattle Rhodes which Certltleate ls dsted
the I6,h day of Msy, 1899, and numbered 18��7-k.
Land Kegi.try Olllce, Nelson, BC, January
���JIth, 1908. H. F. MicLKOD,
k t���atr,..{ Rnstatrsr.
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NELSON ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby ulven that all taxes
for the year 1908 under the Assessment
Act 1906 and amending acts, and under
the Public Schools Act, are now due
and payable.
PERCY J. GLEAZER,
Collector of Revenue, Nelson, B. C.
Nelson, B. C, 2nd Jan.. 1908.
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/ -II   ""F    A    TTW  T*f���' We  have a    most    complete     line  in
I        W**m    /%    I   |\| ^W       beautiful  Gold   Filled   designs  for   men
^>JL  AX*���,������   1 Gf       al prices ranging from.  .$2.00 to $12.00.
Lailles'   Lons     Chains,     60  ln. length $8.00 to $45.00.
Neck Chains $1.75 to $9.00.
Lolis Silver Neck Chains $1.50 to $4.00.
Silver Nock  Chains 50c. to  $1.50.
WE GUARANTEE GOOD VALUE AND QUALITY.
J. O. PATENAUDE
.?;^i;::i^iL^""a - Watchmaker and Optician
MEAGHER'S
Mid-Winter
Clearing
Sale
Bargains in] all lines
of Dry Goods, Millinery  and  Ladies'
Ready-to-Wear
Clothing*
MEAGHER & CO.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. Ea Croadsdaile & S_
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
WANTED
���AT THE���
Queen Cigar Store
SOO  ME1N   to   buy
Cigars and pipes.
Cigars must   be   smoked
on the street.
BUSH & MATT HEW, Props.
H
WE CARRY A FULL LINE
"PREMIER" HAMS
AND BACON
Mild and Appetising.
See  Out Window Display.
I. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
Corner of Stanley and Victoria   Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
F. il. Ferguson, W. Manhart, J. C.
McCarthy, Spokane; H. J. Wade, Vancouver; .1. Mart in, Winnipeg; IaS. X.
Kiblet. Juneau, Alaska; N. 10. Webbers
and wife, Toronto.
Cot*.    V<arnon and *��Vt��i*d   Slreetaa
-VESLSOIV..    B.tL,
F. ti. Brown, B. E. Manning, A. E.
Thome, W. Murphy, Toronto; C. F.
Frarer. Winnipeg; J. G. Hoss. North
Battleford; Miss I). Fairfaf. London,
Eng.; Robert G-anthony Co.: C. W. Armstrong, Vancouver; S. F. Watson, Kenora.
GRAND   CENTRAL.
E. Towers, W. B. Williams. Fruitvale;
E.   A.   McWhinney,   Pilot   Bay;    T.   B.
Walsh,   Russland;    S.   Bell,   Skowegan.
Minn.; J. Gillies, Victoria.
QUEENS.
J. M. Jessop, Vancouver; C. B. ltlaki-
lock. London;  ti.  B. Faard, Savward;  A.
W. Winlaw, Winlaw;   T.  Dickinson, W.
Blake, Portage;   D. McMair, Strathcona.
TRE.MONT.
J. T. It.van. II. N. Rogers, J. G. Rogers,
Montreal;   II.   Stone,   Queen   mine;   N.
Friedman, T. J. Rock, Orangeville.
BAI.TI.KTT.
T. Matthews. W.  Phillips, Biola, Arizona.
ROYAL.
J. Coventry, Shields; A. Dixon, Castlegar; C. F. Peterson, Nakusp.
WM. S.  DREWRY
A. M. Can. See. C. E.
DOMINION AND  PROVINCIAL  LAND
��URVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
OlTlce:   Room   10,   K.-W.-C.  Blk.    P.   O.
Box     434.
Baker  St..   Nelson.   B.   C.
YOU   WILL LIKE THE TASTE.
YOU  WILL LIKE THE  PRICE.
Alberta Creamery butter in 31b., 7 lb.
and 14 lb. blocks at 37c per pound.
For Sale at
Joy's Gash Grocery
Cor. Josephine and Mills Sts.
THE SEMAPHORE BILLIARD
PARLOR AND CIGAR STORE
NOW OMIalX
We have one Qnffllab Hi I liar, one
American  Billiard  and one  Pool  Tabic.
We carry tlie beat lines of Cigars and
Tobaccos,
FOR SALE.
J^OK HAI.K ftt n li-irf-Hln or SXOhailgS lur Vancouver property .n Slutoll new, -n<>,lern in
every rcn.pe.-t Vi roomed ri-nldenee Full btx.se-
mrut wltli 1hiv< den imitahl-* for hlMltird room,
I'ji to-Oatt* atiiblc hijiI cHrrlRKt* bOUM Two nice
loin In the   llnent   -. ��� -1 -1 ��� -111   oottlOD  of Hpokune.
Theovniutobn*tno*w_n**efoom bavs been ttout*
toned to th*1 BOUt    Kor further jHUiculiirH write
p. o. Box U0li vaaaouvsrt ti. 0.
A   Sale   of   Framed   Pictures
At about One-Half Price.
See some of them ln our Baker street window and come ln and see tbi
stock.
THERE   18   MONEY   IN   IT   FOR   YOU
Canada Drug & Book Co'y* Ltd.
I. O. O.  F.
Kootenay  I-odge  No.   1G,  I.  O.  O. F.,
moots at 7.30 tonight in Fraternity Hall.
Police  Court.
A "drunk" was fined $5 and costs In
the city police court this morning.
Metals and Stocks.
Silver and lean nave Doth declined
slightly since Friday, the last day on
whl-Q- Quotations were received. The
only change in Houndary copper stocks
is that U. O. Copper is a little firmer.
Confirmation.
It was announced in St. Saviour's
church yesterday at the Lord Hishop of
New Westminster and Kootenay would
visit the parish next Sunday and administer the rite or confirmation at the
evening service.
Brown-Clarke.
The marriage was solemnized in tho
parlor of the Queen's hotel this morn-
Ing by Kev. Father Althoff, of A. Mc-
Kcnzie Hrown and Miss M. I-.ilian
Clarke, daughter of Mrs. E. C. Clarke.
The bride was attended by Miss Alberta
MlddletOE, the groom by Mr. G. B.
Eddie. Mr. and Mrs. Brown left for
SpoUane on this morning's train.
Roman  Catholic Marriages.
At the various services, hold in the
Church of Mary Immaculate on Sunday
morning, Rev. Father Althoff read the
proclamation issued by the Bishop of
the diocese regarding marriage, The
document waa very lengthy and the contents were explained to the congregation at the 8 o'clock and 10 o'clock services. A copy or tne proc-amallon has
been posted in the church and tbe provisions thereof will take effect throughout the Catholic world on Easter Sunday.
Capt.  Johnstone  Coming.
Capt. G. S. Johnstone, former commander of the Salvation Army corps ln
Nelson will arrive in the city on Friday,
Feb. 2Sth, and remain till the following
Wednesday, March 4th. He bas been
apnn.ntod, provisionally, immigration
officer for Okanagan and Kootenay, and
will he pleased to confer while in the
city with those desiring domestic help
nr farm help, married or single. A card
left with Capt. Sainsbury at the barracks will secure Capt. Johnstone's attention.
Rising In Her Profession.
Miss Winnlfrid Crowley, well and
favorably known in local musical circles
as an aspiring young vocalists, is now
studying piano, organ and voice culture
at the Boston Conservatory of Music.
Her vocal teacher, Mr. Wemple, after
trying her voice, was heard to remark
"It is a beautiful contralto and of an exception qualify of tone. The possibilities for such a voice are very, very great
and I am glad to come across such a
voice." Miss Crowlep's many friends in
Nelson will be pleased to see Mr. Wem-
ple'a hopes fully realized at some future
day.
False Alarm.
The flre alarm from box 32, at 12.20
a. m. Sunday by Harold Selous. He was
passing up Stanley street and noticed
flames issuing from a house from the
corner of Stanley and Robson streets.
After sending in the alarm Mr. Selous
proceeded to the premises, but was astonished to find that the fire had disap-
pearefl. The firemen waited at the box
for some time, and considering that the
alarm was turned in by some malicious
person returned to the flre ball. It
would be advisable for persons turning
in fire alarms in the future to remain
until the firemen  respond.
Neil McDonald Burled.
The body of the late Neil McDonald
was laid to rest yesterday afternoon
by hi.s comrades of the Brotherhood of
Alice Roller Rink
AIND
Bowling Alley
Band: Monday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings.
ADMISSION
Mornings, afternoons and evenings,
without band, children 15c adults 25c,
Including skates.
Evenings with band, except Saturday
eveningB, 40c, Including skates.
Saturday evening, band and special
attractions, to 11 o'clock, 60c, ln'Hiding
skates, spectators 25e.
Land
Houses
Lots
F. B. LYS
Real Estate Agent
>16 Baker St.. Nelaon, 0. C. '
DRIED
FRUITS
Evaporated Apples, per pound 15c
Evaporated Prunes, 2 pounds 25c
Evaporated Peaches, per pound 20c
Evaporated Apricots, per pound 25c
Cooking  Figt 2 pounds 25c
G. A. Benedict
Corner Bllles and Josephine Bts.
PHONE  ���}
OUR
"RED TAG"
PRICES ARE
GIVEN   TODAY
ON   PAGE
TWO
W. G. Thomson
WSSSSS.*"*   Nelson, B.C.
Phone 3-4.
Chinaware
WE ARE  MAKING A  SPECIAL  SALE
OF   CHINA   TEA   AND   DINNER
SET8   FOR  A   FEW  DAYS.
From $10 to $25.
Old Curiosity Shop
Railway Trainmen. The funeral pna-
cesslon was preceded by the city band.
It was attended by the Brotherhood aif
Railway Trainmen of which the ala*-
ceased was a member, the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers, the llroUier-
hood of Locomotive Firemen anal Kn-
glnmen, and the Order of Railway Conductors. The pall-bearers were: A.
Innes and A. B, Hall, of the B. ot R. T.:
R. Pehlea, of the B. of L. B.l R. Jesse,
of the O. R. C, and W. Mead and A
Blaney, of the D. of L. F. and E. In
addition to the members of the various
railway orders, many other citizens
Joined the march to pay their respects.
A large proportion of those who Joined
the line marched to the cemetery tn see
the last of one whom every one respected.
Publicity Bureau.
An appeal will be made to the council
either tonight or at the next meeting for
such assistance as can be given for
maintaining a publicity bureau. The
necessity for such an Institution was
demonstrated at the last meeting of the
board of trade and receives new proof
daily. The secretary of the board of
trade is deluged with Inquiries which daa
not relate definitely to the board's business, and should be turned over to a
publicity bureau. Many of the inaiulrles
are for Information as to the bonaflales
of real estate advertisements, some of
the latest of which, referring to lands
on the east side of Kootenay Lake, are
using opinion expressed on the ranches
on the Arm and of Kaslo. Whatever
Mr. Ebbutt may think of such advertisements the only reply he Is authorized to
make by the board of trade is to nalvisa*
purchasers to come and see.   The cra-dft
CARD OF THANKS.
The Brotherhood of Railway Train
men, Kootenay Lodge No. .158. wish taa
express their appreciation of the many
kindnesses extentled and sympathies
shown ln connection wilh the death nnd
burial of their late broiuor, Nell Mac-
Donald. They esp.-dally mention Su fit.
Coleman, Rev. R. N. Powell, the II. I,.
F. & E., B. L. E, and O. R. C. On behalf of the lodge. ,
Nelson, B. C, Feb. 24th, 1908.
SAMUEL, A.   WYB
HEATING ENGINEER.
411 Kinds of Heating Plants ln Stock.
SANITARY  PLUMBING.
Victoria St., Nr. Oners House.      Tel. 181.
If yon want upholstering or cabinet
work for this spring get it done now.
We have some choice quarter cut oak
and will build j*on a piece of furniture to
order at the price of factory goods. Seo
ns for second hand gooads.
DEINT ��Sr CO.
Turner Beeton Block, 606 Vernon Street.
NELSON.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wholesale ��ml   Ki'tall DaalSIl In
Fresh and Salted Meats
Cftni]>H supplied on ihortast uottos and
lowest price. Nothing but fresh ami
wholesome meats and supples kept In stook
M.ui orders receive careful attention
E.  C.   TRAVES.   ManaKer.
EYES
EYES
We are in a  position DOW to attend   to your eye troubles.    Our eye i-m-.  I
Isl haa arrived and is at your service.
J.  T.   WALKER,   Jewele,
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Kootenay Ice and Fuel Co.
Limited
OKKH'E:
N. E. co,. Baker   and   Ward   Sts.
Btf y Now
We have a Good .Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let us show you
them. Some extra snaps for
iu vestment or for a home.
WOLVERTON&Co
BAKER   8T.
THE NELSON
CEMENT
WORKS
LIMITED.
Hollow Concrete
Blocks For Sale
All shapes and facings.
These blocks are absolutely the besi
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.
W.    O.    GILLETT
Cont i-'i _ t t ir    finij
UullJor.
Bole R|-etit fnr the Porto Ki**<i Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retail ���mr-Th. Bo_*~t] Uld drSIMd 1 ��� imI�������� r, turne-.]
work mul brackets, CoMt lath atel ihlngiM-* i-axb
and doors. ('.������..������nt, brlrk and linn.' for nale
AutoniHtir yrlTil'-r.
Yard and (actor?i Vernon St.   SSSt or Hall
.NKt-SUlN,   ��. G.
P    O. Box MS -i*ion*-oti�� Yin
of Nelson is involved in this, and means
shoni be available from some quarter
for a more satisfactory service, Voluo
tary subscriptions failed the 80,000club.
PERSONAL.
\V. A. Macdonald, K. C, has returned
from Fernie.
Mayor Taylor returned from KaHt
Kootenay   Saturday   night.
Harry Wright, gold commissioner, is
expected back from-.Victoria Wednesday
night.
A. Carney, timber inspector of Kant
Kootenay, left for the coast Saturday
night on business.
It, N'. Riblflt, formerly of Nelson, arrived in the city last Dt-gbl from Juneau,
Alaska,   which   he   ban   marie   his   head
quarters  while superintending  the  Installation of aerial tramways for several
Alaskan   mini tig  companies      Ile   is   re
turning to his home in  Spokane.
U. M. Macdonald left for the east yesterday  morning.
Prices   of  Metals.
New York. Feb. 24.���Stiver, !"*5%r.
London,   Feb.  a**.���Silver,  ��.b   LM6d
lead,  ��14.
Opening   Copper  Quotations.
(py MeDermid & Mcllardy.)
New York, Feb. 21, 1908,
Asked Hid
Granby    196.00        $R0.00
Dominion   Topper     2,25 2.12-��
B. C. Copper     4.60 4.25
C. P. R. Exo-msion Fund.
Monl real, Feb 24���- -The 0. P. R. lat-tt
week sold ��8,000,000 Canadian Pacific
four per cent, debenture stock at over
par and also received f 11,000,000 on account of the Brsi Instalment of twenty
per cent, on OOmmond sti>ck, whl b His)
Intallment only called for actual payment of 14.800.000, From these Issues
alone the C. P. H. will be in possession
of abOUt 184,000,000 and this Is to be
used In part In enormous extensions
and improvements.
STARKEY & CO.
WI-ioltjMtiio  Provlalona,
Produce, - Fruit.
Government nmsiliimJ Oni--Pound Itriarks naceived weekly fresh frum Pi*
rhurn.    I'nr puila* lay all leading grocers
Ortlca* und warehouse: Houston Rlook,    Pnone 79.
Josephine Street.       -        - Nelson, B. C
First Spring Shipments of
SEMI-READY   CLOTHING
Are now to hand.    We invite inspection.
J. A. GILKER
We would like to see all otir patronscomfortable this winter sod la ortell
do so we have Id stock the best assort ed line of heating stores tod cocC|l
stoves and  ranges  ever before presented to the public In Kootensy. I
We would be pleased to show you our Hue and befor�� making 7ovp|
chase kindly see what we bave to offer.
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company. Limited.
Nelson Bn��|
Fruit Trees!
Hooxt i-riisn fruit and abad* f|
trees, currants, s;ooH,.berrtes, pip,
'Pfliee, a-t,\, ste, One of our specul*
ties Ih our InrKP field grown a��i
Tlii-si. will Moom the first year
S. nd for our descriptive cstt*
laiiLiia. and price list, and give sii
11 Inl oralcr. The largest groaen
In   H.  C.
The Riverside
Nurseries
GRAND   FORKS.
*^*****>*>.....*...*******
Pure and Cheap
We have 1000 pounds of
PURE   MAPLE   SUGAR
which we will ���ell ai a bargain
S lbs for 1.00.
Special   prices  for larger lota.   Come
In and Inquire.
Choquette Bros,
Phone 258.
THE  Upto-Date Bakers
F. C. GREEN       f. r. BURUtn        A. H.GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
Oil Engineers, Dominion and  British
Columbia Land Surveyors
C0R.VICTORIA It KOOTENAY STS.. NELSON. B. C
P. 0. Box 145    Phone 2*1 B.
Geo.  P. Player
Accountant
LATE ACCOUNTANT AT HAU-��*|
INO   &   SMKLTINO   CO.
Office   Room  No.  2,   ELLIOT   K_|
M. HAWRYCZ
CONTRACTOR  AND BUILDEH
Jobbing   promptly   attended  to.   P*|
and t-stlmates.
Apply 415 Hall 8t. B"i*|
sTsTs fowlSI
Mining
Engineer.
1NBUSOIV,     -    sB. Cr|
Tools for All
Trades
W�� enrry a complcto and rsri��
Htock of TooIr comprising:
l-l/ViVI/VIKRS, SAW'S,
AUUUR8,   CHISElA
SCREW DRIVtiKS.
VVRIilNGHl-iS. ETC*
Best  Quality Only*
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co.
Wholesale
INUI.JJSOIN
Retail

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