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FOR
HALCYON  LITHIA  WATEKS
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table   waters..
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earn* all the time.
It's  bottled  at
the
Springe.
VOLUMB 2.     No.   ico
THANKS  UILLLTT
IJiHQl-WHtt Vote of Last
-    Nights Meeting
CANDIDATES' SPEECHES
��_anatiian
THE  D>_Uri'��GT.rj
Will  be delivered    every evening    at
your door for
��0   CENTS   A   JV-OlNXf-i
B. C. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. 1906.
Fifty Cents a month
tailing Mayor and Aldermen Make
Iotr-estlnf Statements���New
A-firants Heard.
" That Mayor Ollleti >n nailing a pnlil.a
tuaetlng Ior tbe di*-. -.1 <>t uinnii'ii...
troblema    waa;  Binuniiif   11.--   i.ui.h.
Vlsh,  waa AeiMKlHli..:. ii    I       ih.    ai!"ai.|
mce at the opera li..ii.-.- 111.-.1  ���** ���
Very shortly an.-i  - ...i... ,, .... ;.i..>..i
tumllton called  ��� l.��� -   m      1.. ....i.-i
n a brief apeech in  v.liiam In- ��� 1 ��� ��� ...:.. 1
hat the cltiaens ��iiouid  i..- Kiannil
���layor Olllett for having Ki\,*n in. in an
l.portuulty  to  li.na   tin   is.su.s   ..1   in..
ay    dfawmaBOd   anal    tli*'    ra-a-aaaal    nl    lln-
sat two years s,.i r..iih.
... With  Mr. .Hamilton  on   Um  i.latiorui
^yere Mayor Olll.u,  aui. 1 ina-n  s,-ia.us.
���rving and McMoi  1     ami 'I   1:   l-iuaii r.
I.  P.   Welle. A.   I     Wall,*}   anil  .1    II.
latbeaon.
Mayor Olllett \-...   mi   in .- :a|n-ak..r. li.
evoted tha flrsi   pari   ..I   In.   s|.t ������ -li   1
full atatemem   oi   Hi.-  ,i:..",, '-1  ...
- atlattona   betw*-. n    , 1 *.-  ,���,,>   an 1  ii .
.   Illa-Ohalmeis-Hii) ... .   .01111.an.*. ���,���������,.
bleb he paid a uil.ui.   ;..  tli.   i���....!iy
ir id dillcenee Of all  ln_ a-,.II.-iikii. ...   'I'I.
lr|Kiee Of  tbe   ntHti-ln.li!    \*;aa.   U.   sn,.'.
>at the iOBS ,11.1      an.l   lln-   . 111 - aa . ��� 1:. ���
ry service wa-i.   .in.   n. n-
if* Incapacity am Hi-   pan  m  iii.   . ..i.n. i
' cither 1MB an      *       Inn   .........       in
Bite   OODtMMt   evl, i I    lln     Ii);irhlh.i'\    .'..::.
���-iny, made nuai. ! tn. iIm.-.'mui. , \
���"ayor Honaton. u>- mn,- a .i.-mn -.1 ;.,���-
i ,unt of tbe effoii    ma.I.   i>> tn.  ,.,,iim-u
| i compel the Mils ('halma-ls l.ulloa U
0 tmpany tO fulfil   ll.s   a:ai!iu.aa't    ill   all   ra-
I ..
He assured in.- mei'ti,,,: Unit tin-
ant waa ear,-in i: in all i.-i.pi-.-is a-x
apt In tba l'ailin.- ol Ilia- automat ii-
ivemor tO -I'fclll;.!*' tin- load 'I'll.' on.
de coat Of repan Iiik thai alalaa-I wouSil
___, $3,000, for lln-   laa-k  ol   uliiall   111.- a-ll;.
~",a us securlt    ?_". ith.  a pan: .
oney   tn the   li.ink   aliaiunia;   ml. I..--I   at
por Cent     ll'    ra-m.-IIa.al   that   l���. fiiuhl
tt before leuvini' .,it..-.��� haual over an
^^tircly coinpl.t.-il plant, hu, he can-
���-nded that e\< t.ilutn;   -...ssil.l,-  to  that
d hud been  ali.nr  l>\   himsa-lt ami  Ins
lloaguea.
Reforenca- w.a    mail,   a-.:..- t>. tin   a'l.-.-lI
g   UP   Of   Ih.     i'll> >    lllli     I.,    th.     I..i.
ore and t'1 ih-   inuunntion ot  th.   sit.
r     the     Clt -  ;-      nark,   as   i.!..i-,i.'i-si\.
epe.
���w-He  defendt'il    [lis   nnm,<'    in   ri..���'.in'
p-^loons And huii-i  I'-iis   .hi  stimi.iv. i  i
hlch he tool    in11   r. sp.uis.it,iin>      He
forred to ih<   .i.-i'ti n>u   in...,-    .<���   .-*
J Taylor jjfoinir I h- in titi .���-��� p.-i I ' ;im
~~ ilgD Of 1906, Ht.i' li- uas-s in alliance
C 1th the saloon keepers, ami expressed
- io  hope  thot   Mt.   Taylor   would  show
���j   much   diaapi" "���"''-   <���)   open   saloons
tiring   1908*   Bs   he   expressed   at    lha'
me.
Mention  was   made of  tlie  extension
f the light aud   water system to  Fair
iOW and Addition    V.   In   Hie  seeming   of
le old OOUrt hull:.i   huililing   when  il   is
1    O longer .need >'il   b>   the  provincial guv
rnment.
He pointed i" thr girai   nnproveineui
ed   many  cit>    department*.,   especially
10   flre  -brigade,   dm ing   his   ������'���'���"   "'
���Hoe.
'       He    relerreil     In     lhe     chair,,-:      math
^gainstiHae.r in connection wiih the
se ot 1 Holly's hoisting plant, nud
ofnted thettl Mis; inniiiks on tlm- !-uh
���ct wore hennii.   a|.pitiud*-il.
Tho mayor wm lietpienllv inlerrup
d during his remarki* -nt ihe smnla>
losing hut at least halt the audienci
vaa with him. ami nit many snbjei.ts la
ound   no  disagreement.
He congratulated the ell> on the em'
>f litigation wiih the Went Kooti-nu>
Jower and Light company, which slmult.
.ever have heen hegun. and he urgei
,hat the QUaif I he never repeated. II-
ilso strongly advised that (he new com.
HI ratify the agreement to ,.ny the n
alnlng fee agreed upon as Inswrane.
3f the city  In   the  matter  of light   ant
power.
Q     He concluded with thanks for tlie con
ice -Mptatudly reposed ln him. and
wished  thai   the   result, of today's elections might be entirely satisfactory,
lie sut down amid general aud hetrty
applause.
Aid. Irving, the next Bpeaker, at once
took issue witii the critics of the late
council in the press and ut public meetings. Be also dealt with the relations
between the council and the board of
Hchool trustees. He cloned with thanks
tor past luvors, amid  cheers.
Aid. Selous. in apologising for de-
ilcicneies us an orator, made a capital
speech and was frequently applauded,
for which to him novel experience he
playfully thanked the audience.
lie reviewed the history of the power
plant and other expenditure which he
hud consistently oppoaed, and endorsed
the mayor's advice as to a retainer.
Then followed a vigorous attack on
newspapers in general and The Daily
Canadian in particular which was greeted witii continuous laughter. He charged the press with generally selfish and
venal motives, but as lie followed with
"'All joking aside," possibly he did not
mean to be taken ueriously. 11 so the
audience evidently agreed with him.
The serious part of Aid. Selous'
speech was a complaint that he had not
been fairly treated on the public school
building question by Tne Daily Canadian. He reiterated that his opposition
was due to the request ior what he considered an excessive amount.
As Aid. Selous said good-bye to public
life he also  was heartily applauded.
.1. H. Matheson said that "the Progressive parly Htood for municipal ownership  in  all   its forms."
At this point the chairman read a
telegram from Mayor-elect Taylor regretting   his   inability   to  attend.
T. li. Procter wus enthusiastically received. He stated his policy to be to
advance Nelson in every way. to help
to straighten ont the power plan] tangle*
to build a creditable school and to increase the city's attractiveness to home
makers.
ti. P. Wells got a good reception. He
spoke very briefly declaring his Intention to support Mayor-elect Taylor's
published policy, and any other progressive measures for which opportunity
should offer.
A. T. Walley was well received and
briefly stated thut he would work Independently to the best of his ability. He
thanked the holies of the wesl ward for
the support promised him.
Aid. McMorrls was very heartily received. He accepted full responsibility
for the acts of the council of 1907. He
thought its decisions had been generally
in the public interest and supported by
public opinion. He asked for the votes
of those who considered him a capable
alderman.
W, K. QoanaU was in the audience but
declined   to speak.
A vote of thanks io the retiring mayor and alderman, moved hy T. ti. Procter, seconded by O. P. Wells, was car
tied without any expression of dissent.
The meeting then adjourned.
MONEY MARKET EASIER
Bank   of   England   Reduces   its   Rate   of
Discount���No  Further Stringency
Feared.
London, Jan. 19.���-The rate of discount of the Hank of Kngiand was re
diiei'ti tram six to live par cent, today.
Tiie reduction was anticipated as the
result of the freah gold arrivals. Mosl
of than ware abaorbed by Lhe bank, and
the return of ca**h  in tlie e ninny sn ma
teri.iih strengthened it. in spite of the
considerable amouni taken by south
America, thai there was no excuse tor
a further prolongation of   the   higher
rate, Which so discommoded trade for
some months past. Kvcu hail the hank
desired to retain a higher rate, It ii-
doiibiful If it could be made effective as
the supply of money in Lombard streei
was so abundant as to be almost for tlu1
moment lu excess of the requirement;^
The discount rate in the open market
fell  tO  4   t-8   per cent.    The  recent   con
iinuai purchases of storing bills Indicated the probability that the gold borrowed from France during the American stringency, would he allowed to
remain fur a time here and the hills renewed. This proved a further luduce
ment for the hank to lower its rate.
The stock exchange already had fully
discounted the Ave per cent, rate und
the actual announcement only caused
a slight hardening In quotations.
New  Pugilists.
New Orleans, 'Ian. Hi.���Tommy Devlin of Philadelphia, Knocked out Ralph
Kelly of Boston*, In the sixth round lust
ni. ht.
John   Regan*   of   Philadelphia,   and
Johnny Lynch, of Boston,    fought    ten
rounds to u draw.
BKi&"T OUTLOOK
Opoiiing of Legislature
of Alberta
SPEECH FROM THRONE
Progressive Policy Is Foreshadowed-
Coal Deposits Recognized
as Great Asset.
Edmonton, Jan. 10,���The following is
the text of the speech from the throne:
"Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the
Legislature:
"I bave much pleasure in welcoming
you to the third session of the first
legl&lature Of the province of Alberta.
"For the degree of material prosperity which has marked the progress oT
this province in a year of great stress
and storm over the whole civilized
world and our exemption from the more
severe features of this crisis, our thanks
arc due to Divine Providence. An extraordinarily severe winter, followed by
a somewhat Inclement summer, foreshadowed widespread distress, hut the
beautiful weather of the autumn
months. I have learned with pleasure,
prevented to a very large extent such
a calamity, As loyal Canadians you will
have observed with pride that during
the financial disturbance which has
spread disaster throughout the world,
while there has been a shortage of capital, both in Alberta and in the more
populous portions of the Dominion, yet
the soundness of the financial institutions of the country has once more been
proved and the forward growth of the
trade and commerce of the Dominion
lias gone on almost unbounded.
"My ministers have taken part during
the recess in two conferences, the one
imperial and the other international, on
education and taxation, which I have
no doubt will have an important influence in the administration of these
branches of the public service. Royal
commissions have heen engaged during
the year In the examination of conditions of the two most important
brandies of trade und commerce iu the
province.
"The agricultural interests of the
province, which are at present supreme
and are likely for many years to remain so. are deeply interested in the
conditions under which meat is marketed, and by the appointment of a commission to examine into these conditions, l have endeavored to arrive nt
that precise knowledge which is the
flrsi postulated* amelioration. Thevaat
coal fields, which come after the wheal
fields, appear to be the largest asset
with Which providence has endowed Alberta. The report of both the commissions will he laid on the table of the
Bouse for your consideration.
"The national wealth of the province,
assisted by the How of Immigration and
capital which continues in spite of the
temporary checks imposed by exceptional weather and monetary conditions,
will, I have no doubt,, develop in the
course   of   a   longer   or   shorter   period
Important manufacturing interests, and
my mini tare have thought It advisable
at the outset of the development to lake
advantage to the best of their ability
of -he experience of elder states by imposing on tliem in their Industrial de
volopmont healthy conditions while it ip
still in  its infancy.
"A lilll will he submitted for youi
consideration providing for the regulation of the conditions of labor. By thus
providing on an assured basis for tliem
the future relations between capital and
labor in this province will be rendered
more cordial from the: outset. If. hns
been admitted In several of the most
industrially advanced of the oountrtei
of Durope that the conditions nndet
which the mining Industry la carried on
render it peculiarly necessary in the in
terests of nil concerned to impose sunn
limit on the hours of labor in this occn
pation. A bill has therefore been pre
pared by my ministers Imposing regulation ln this respect, which, I believe,
will have a happy effect on this, the
most promising of our Infant industries.
"An  act will   be  submitted   for  your
consideration   dealing   with  the  eatab
llshment of a government drainage sys
tern In the province and providing for
the expense incident to Important and
iKcessary works of this description be
ing assebsod against the property benefitted.
"The province has great cause for
UiankfuInesB that neither crime nor
destitution fills an important part of the
outlook at present. Dut from neither
can we hope to he altogether and always exempt. You will be asked to
make financial provision for the establishment of an industrial school for the
better care and instruction of a class of
boys, whose circumstances and character calls for special treatment. Your
approval will he asked for a number of
bills which experience has shown to be
necessary for the better administration
of the affairs of the province, as well as
for a number of amendments to the ordinances of the Northwest Territories
and statutes of the province.
"The public accounts and estimates
will be laid before you at an early date.
"Mr. Speaker and gentlemen of the
legislative assembly, I feel every assurance that these and other measures
brought lo your attention will receive
the mosl careful consideration and that
the same will result in the advancement under God of the welfare and
prosperity of the province."
������������������������������*��������������������������
��� Offers   for   Debentures.
x Mayor Taylor stated this after-
w noun that already three offers have
*p been received for Nelson's school
J debentures, and he believes a sat-
��� isfactory  sale can  be  made.    The
��� offers are all from Eastern Canada
a and  from well known firms.
Big Wolf Hunt On.
Montreal, Jan. 16.-���The tourist department of the Canadian Pacific railway has made all arrangements for a
monster wolf hunt to begin tomorrow in
the Kippawa region in Quebec. The
hunt will be under tlie guidance of an
old wolf hunter and the sport will be
participated in by parties from New
York, Uostou and other cities across
the line as well as by many Canadian
enthusiasts.
Cowardly Trooper.
Havana, Jan. 16.���Alonzo A. French,
a private in the fifteenth cavalry, has
been found guilty by a court martial
of mayhem in shooting off his right index finger in the hope of being mustered out of the service. He was sentenced
to two years and six months imprisonment which, however, has been reduced
by the revlsionury board to one year
aud six months.
German CrulBer damaged.
Kiel, Jan. 16.���The new German armoured cruiser Schuruhorse ran
aground near Huelk last nighl, while engaged in evolutions. It, Is reported that
a hole one hundred feet long was torn
in her double bottom. Three of the
cruiser's stokeholes immediately tilled
with water and it was necessary to close
the collision bulkheads In order to prevent her from sinking. Later, under her
own steam the cruiser entered the dock
yards here where she will undergo repairs.
Fire in Oakland.
Oakland, Jan. 16���-Flre laat night destroyed the Pacific Press building at
Tweltth and Casinm atreet. During the
progress of the lire F. W. L. Goldiun.
61 years of age, a mining broker, drop
ped dead from fright. A fireman wus
seriously injured. The Pacific Press
binding was one of the oldest in the
city. The total loss la eattmutcd at
180,000.
New   Under Water  Record.
Chicago.    .Ian.    16.���Frank    Snlltvun
swiniinei-.   director  of  the  Illinois   Ath
lotto cluh. lust  night  established a  new
professional] record for remaining undei
water staying at the bottom of the tank
for  three   minutes.     The   former   mark
of 8.80 was held by Finney, an English
swimmer, and  was made several years
ago  at   Philadelphia.    The   Briton   gave
his exhibition in a glass tank  in which
the water was kept at u temperature Of
88 degrees.    Sullivan's     feat   was     per
formed in water at a temperature of 76
degrees.
Prices of Metals.
50c
New    York,    .Ian.   16.���Silver,
copper, 12!_c;  lead, $4.75.
London,     Jan.     16.���Silver,     25%d.;
lead,   JC14,  7s��� Gd.
Opening  Copper   Quotations.
New York, Jan. 16, 1908.
(By MeDermid &  McHurdy.)
AsKed Hid
Granby     $110.00        $89.00
Dominion   Copper ....     2.00 L87V��
B   C. Ccpper     6.60 5.2G
CANADIAN CLUBS
Unite to Promote Idea of
Earl Grey
PRhSERVE BATTLEFIELDS
Tercentenary of Founding of Quebec
Will Be Commemorated���Canada From Ocean to Ocean.
Ottawa, Jan. 16.���The Canadian Clubs
of Cunuda took the first step yesterday
afternoon in helping lor ward the proposal ol" F.arl Grey tor the celebration
in August next ot tlie tercentenary of
Quebi.*c and preservation of tlie battlefields of the Plains of Abraham and
St. Foye. The Canadian Clubs were
represented by some fifty officers. In
the evening at the Russell theatre a
large public meeting was held at which
Earl Grey, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, K. L.
Lordeu and others spoke.
JAilgary, Jan. 16.���The committee appointed by the city council to draft a
new form of executive, hus decided upon a board of control to consist of the
_layor and lour controllers, to be elected from the city at large, to hold office
for two years unless their resignation
is demanded sooner by a two-thirds vote
of the council. Controllers must have
had one or more years experience iu
the city council, and will have a salary
of not more than $1,000 a year except
the mayor who may have more. Tnere
is much opposition to the scheme and it
is feared it will not pass the provincial
legislature.
Calgary. Jan. 16.���The annual meeting of Knox church was held last night.
During the last three years the membership has more than doubled and two
new congregations have been formed.
The church is considering a proposition
of adding two more congregations iu
the city.
Montreal, Jan. 16.���The C. P . H.
steamer Lake Champlain arrived at
Liverpool at 11 oclock Thursday morning.
Toronto, Jan. 16.���James Hunter has
been sent up for triul on the charge of
shooting at W. Chute, tailor, with Intent to kill.    He was admitted to bail.
Regina, Jan. 16.���Plans for the new
parliament buildings of Saskatchewan
were place on view here today. There
were seven competitors including Rut-
tenbury. of Victoria. The design accepted is that of Messrs. E. and W. S.
Maxwell. Montreal, with Regina architects' design In second place. The cost
of the buildings is to be a million and
u ipiarter, and work is already started.
lion. J. A. Culdor and Hon. W. It.
Motherwell, ministers of the Saskatchewan government, hnve gone to Uttawi:
lo arrange for supplying seed grain te
lhe fanners of Saskatchewan this year.
They expect the Dominion governmenl
to  provide   the  seed.
Montreal, Jan. 16.���T. C. Flanagan,
president of the Irish Canadian A. C
has returned from New York where he
went to apply to President Sullivan ol
the A. A. U. for the reinstatement ol
Tom Longboat. A letter rrom Sullivan
yesterday says he will go into the case
und that afler Investigation a decisioi,
will be rendered. However, as Long
boat's case will not be submitted tt
Sullivan or his organization, this part of
the incident is closed and war declared
Thf Irish union will lie advised by the
C. A. A. U. to ask for reinstatement or
its members hy the A. A. V. and a firm
Stand will be taken against the efforts
of the A. A. U. to usurp authority in
Canada.
G. P. Peal, retiring chairman of the
tanners' section of the board of trade,
says that during the hist aix months ol
1907 the production of leather In Canada decrease fully one-half us eompa.
ed with the two previous years. This
was due to the finaucial strliuiency and
partial failure of western crops.
drome theatre, where moving plctuies
or Hen Hur were being shown. The
audience numbered about fifty, principally women and children, several of
whom were painfully, thopgn not seriously hurt by being trampled upon in
the rush to gain the street. Lorie Mc
Dermot, aged 15 years, who was ope--
ating the machine, suffered seri.jus and
probably fatal injuries. His l.au Is and
face were burned to tiie bone nnd he is
suffering from the shock. Stores (.m.u-
pied by L. McDeruiot and A. J. Glim J.*e
on both sides of the theatre are badly
damaged by fire and water. The 1-as is
probably   from $a,000  to $4,000.
Cambellford. Jan. 16.���Albert Mc*
Quillen was killed by a piece of rock
failing on him while working at the new
power plant at Crow Bay, near here.
He was 24 years old and unmarried.
Ottawa. Jan. 16.���The Ottawa Amateur club has decided to break away
from the C. A. A. U. to which it hos belonged for many years.
Brantford, Jan. 16.���A Grand Valley
electric car dropped about twenty feet
over a trestle bridge near Paris last
night and conductor Beacon, of Brantford, may die from injuries received
Motorman Longhurst, also of Brantford.
is seriously injured and seven or eight
passengers sustained painful bruises.
Guelph, Jan. 16.���Mi. Goldle, r-.fe of
James Goldie, a well known flour mV-le.,
is dead, aged 84. Peter Williams drop
ped dead while splitting wood, of apoplexy.    He was aged  65 years.
JAPANESE   BUDGET.
Deficit for Year  Amounts to $5,000,000
Italian  Comment.
Tokio, Jan. 16.���The presentation of
a synopsis of the budget to the leaders
of both houses which it had been arranged to have occur this morning, was
suddenly postponed, and it was announced that changes ure to be made in certain items.
While absolutely nothing official has
been given out, leading business men
estimate that the government receipts
for 1908-9 will amount to about $610,-
000,000 and expenditures to about
$615,000,000, of which approximately
one-third is for the army and navy.
This would leave a deficit of nearly $5,-
000,000 which Finance Minister Sakat-
ani expected to pay by increased taxation.
Rome. Jan. 16.���The Courriere d' Italic, an organ of the Vatican, on the Japanese* Americau situation says that
war between these two countries would
be fatal and is inevitable, it expresses
the opinion thut the present moment is
the most  favorable for Japan.
ONE FIFTH ARE DEAD
Boyertown's  Population   Reduced by  20
~~~   per Cent.���Harrowing Scenes
Precede Burial.
Boyertown. Jan. 16.���This little burg.
Whioh lost one-fifth of its population in
the opera house horror Monday night.
today turned to the task of burying Us
dead. Because of the cumlltiou of must
of the bodies the borough authorities
have asked the bereaved relativos to
bury the dead within three dayB. All
night long scores of men worked lu the
morgues preparing the identified dead
inr removal to their late homes or to
the cemetery. As early as 5 o'clock a
long line or death wagons moved here
and there distributing corpses and be-
Eore nightfall most or the dead will be
ready for lntetnumt. There was u
slight hitch In the work or removing
bodies -from the morgue through the action of the coroner forbidding the removal of uny bodies during his absence.
This was due to u mixup in identification of the body of a boy. There were
three claimants for tlie body and ail appeared before the coroner for permission to remove. Each one was positive
thut the body was she one they were
looking for. Therefore, In order to prevent trouble the coroner issued the order. When it was explained that the
people who bad positively identified
their dead wanted tlie retrains and that
those In dispute would be had, the coroner rescinded the order.
WORK OF SESSION
Important Measures Are
Promised
OPENING AT VICTORIA
Restriction of Immigration of Undesirables���Exemption From
faxes for New Roads*.
St. Catherines. Jan. 16���Fire, follov*.
od   by   tlie explosion   of  a picture   machine,   which  wns  nftended  by  serious
results and no little damage to property,
oooorred yesterday afternoon at  Hippo-
Seattle's Unemployed 10,000.
Seattle, Jan. 16.���At a convention of
delegates from labor unions it was de-
cidede last night that u demonstration
be made Monday to enforce the demands or the unemployed for work or
for food aud s"i' Iter. Ten thousand men
will   assembl- ...irch   to   the   city
hall  where they  propose to camp until
the city council takes favorable action.
Victoria, Jan. 16.���The lieutenant-gov-
eronr's   speech  from   the   throne is  as
follows:
Mr.   Speaker   and    Gentlemen   of   the
legislative assembly:
"In meeting you again at the opening
of another session, it is my privilege tu
be able to congratulate you on the prosperity which, during the past year, has
prevailed in nearly all lines of trade
and industry. The commission on irrigation, the appointment of which was
authorized last session, has entered on
its duties, aud its report and recommendations will be submitted to you. In accordance* with these* recommendations
legislation will be introduced to secure
a more equitable and efficient system
of distribution of water fur irrigation
pun-oses.
"Tbe large increase in immigration
with the consequent demand for land
under pre-emption, warrants my government in asking you to place a large sum
in the estimates for any extension of
the  provincial surveys.
"A measure will be laid before you
with a view to the restriction of the Immigration of undesirable persons.
"With the aim of encouraging and ex-
pediating railway construction, it is
proposed to exempt from taxation for a
period of ten years from the time of
completion of certain railways already
authorized. To do this you will be asked to pass an act empowering the government to graut such exemptions.
"In accordance with your recommendation that a representative of the government should be sent to Lonodn to
lay before the Imperial government the
fact of the refusal of the federal government to entertain British Columbia's
claim for more adequate tre. aient in
the matter of provincial subsidies the
Honjrable the First Minister was assigned to undertake the duty, and his
report of his mission and its results will
be laid before you.
"In order to secure a more efficient
service in the conduct of the public
business it has been thought desirable
to regulate the civil service, and a
measure for effecting that and creating
a superannuation fund will be submitted
for your approval.
"With a view to obviate the necessity
of your youth going abroad to perfect
themselves in the arts and sciences, an
act to establish a provincial university
will be introduced during the session.
"For the more convenient prosecution
or public work under appropriation by
the legislature and with the object of
securing unirormlty between the federal
und provincial systems in the method
of accounting and the collection of statistics, it is deemed advisable to change
the commencement of the financil year
from July to April.
"I am pleased to be able to inform
you thut the finances of the province
are in nn excellent condition. This has
enabled my government to efToct a
large reduction in the public debts,
while still able to show a substantial
surplus ovor the actual expenditures.
"Measures will be submitted to you
designed to secure to the province the
full benefits that should accrue to the
treasury from tbe utilization of its resources.
"Tlie public accounts for the past
financial year, and the estimates for the
ensuing similar period will be laid before you. The estimates have been
framed with regard to economy, while
providing for tht! outlay necessary to
meet the requirements of the public
service in a province the scene of important Indus1 rial development.
"On account of the increase In the demands for public works and buildings
nnd the development taking place in the
northern part of thp province. It is
deemed well to create the olllce of minister of public works nnd you will be
naked to approve of an amendment to
the constitution net  to effect that.
"I now commend these various measures to your attention, believing that
their adoption will be to the advantage
of the province and the welfare ot the
people." 1 ..* Daily Canadian
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 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.
humor is not criminal: if in earneat, it
na-itlHT ra*aj aires nor deserves serious
notice, ll is rather regrettable thai
after six years service in si"- city a-caam-
cil, during which he lias generally been
credited with honesty of purpose even
by his opponents, Aid. Selous should
tnl,,.  leave of bis constituents as sna-h
ill   a   s|aa*a*a-ll,   which,   haiwa-vaT   diverting,
was utterly unworthy of the occasion
ami marred by coarse personalities
which m.ni any other In* would laa' the
tirst 10 condemn uiul deprecate, lu stating thai no newspaper man in Nelson
bas any property interest in tha- ail*.
he may not bave been deliberately untruthful, but be showed a recklessness
of speeeb Una is not one of tbe characteristics of a gentleman.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES
NELSON, B. C.
.Imperial Ba_ik of Canada
Head Office J   Toronto.
canlUI Authorized    110,000,000    Capital  Paid Up 8)4,860,000
K Rest    $4,860,000
D. K   WILK.IE. President. HOI*.. ROBERT JAFKRAY, Vice-President
Branches in British Columbia:
ARROWHEAD        OOLDEN.       NELSON,     REVELSTOKE,        CRANBROOK,
* . VANOOUVEtt.   VICTORIA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Interest  allowed on  deposits  from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
nelson branch ��J-   ML   LAY,   Manage--.
The Royal Bank of Canada
The despatches from iba- world's
tiiuma-ial centres all Indicate a revival
of confidence and a return of stability
anal progress in industry and commerce.
There is every reason to believe that
by the lirst months of spring tha- wave
aaf expansion, s*> unfortunately broken
by a financial breakdown, will be formed anew. If Kootenay is to share ln
the prosperity that we all expect the
evils that threaten our chief Industries
must be removed. Tbe provincial legislature will remove any dangers that
threaten lumbering, and the return of
prosperity to the prairies will recreate
the market. The lead mining industry
will undoubtedly revive it the price of
the metal advances, but large expenditures such as are necessary for its
prosecution can not and will uot be
made vithout some form of guarantee
of permanency. Therefore all Kootenay
is behind the demand for the only
measure available to ensure such permanency, the continuation aaf the bounty
and the raising of the minimum price a
little nearer to the tariff regulated
American price.
tbair future plans. Governor Hoke
Smith call, .I Hi.- supporters of the movement together and many parts ol" tlie
smith were represented. The Appalachian National Forest Association, the
American institute of Elngineers, and
Hi.. Georgian Federation of Women's
clubs were represented, in addition to
numerous   a ". rcial   ami   Industrial
bodies. Tb,- genera] subject of forestry
and its relations to ib*. future develop-
iu. nl ..I the south were discussed, and
a Btrong Bentimenl expreaaed in ravor
of a 5,000,000-aore forest reserve in the
Appalachian range, a bill for the creation of which is to ba- brought up at lha-
present   sessiaan  aaf  congress.
Incorporated   A.  D.  1869.
HEAD OFFICE,  MONTREAL.
Capital.
.13,900,000     Reserve Fund ���  44,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of Banking  Business.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to the
savings Bank Department, and
Interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
HOME SAVINGS BANKS Furnished
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
THE DAILY CANADIAN
PubUfitaefl Bis dsya* s wees ray the
CANADIAN  PUBUBHDIQ COMFANY, LTD.
Bskcr Bt..  Nelson. B. C
Bt, ascription rstes. BO oanta s month da-llvereal
in the city, or K..00 a*, year tl saaul bj mall, whun
pal.1 lu advance.
Aalvertt.tlili rales on .ppllOaUOn.
All niaauli"* Palal lu settlement ol The Dally
Csus.llaaa   SOOonnU, either  lor subserlptlons or
aavartitlna, "*""'l'*' receipted lor ou the printed
laarms ol   the Company,   other receipts are not
valid.
Thursday. January 16, 1908.
TASKS   FOR   NEW   COUNCIL.
bin a few hours of this issue tin
nel of lha- city council for.1908
i be known. It Beams certain that
lhe new aldermen will be fair repre*
s ntatives of the city's Interests ami ,.
are pledged to a forward policy, which
we have i. peatedly urged is tb.- onlj
course op. d to Nelson. Tlie onlj econ-
omy ihat can i>. practised bj ibis dtj
is wis,, spending. Refusal to spend is
Impoaaibli . Ni laoB has laid the found
atlon lor a fit* of Inirlj large propol
tions. The expenditure already made
for streets, s.-uns. water ami electric
light ami power service oould nol be
justiiied loi- :, population of 7,000 peopli
The only oourso BOW open is t<> maka*
the eiiy grow.    Retrenchment is out of
the tmesl      Th re  haa  i�� i a  no ex*
truvaganoe in tb.- laai two years a;
least. I.tu 7.i'0.. I".'pi.- an- trying to
carry a burden proper fair twice thai
number, it is enlltelj to the credit ol
the city aud It* people lhat there bas
been lilt.a complaining aaf, and no al
tempt to shirk ib.- responsibilities en
tailed b) an ambitious beginning.
The power plant matter should be
capable of early ami easy adjustment
The money consideration Involved U
trivia] ami a company like ihe A ilia-
I'halnia'is Bolloctl is mil Likely to apian. 1
unnecessarily   wiih  a  oivlc  corporation
Mayor-elect Taylor has made an exeel
lent beginning in this matter and ther,
la no t.iie in .Neisaan who does not Wish
Mm entire success.
I-'or the building Of a n< W school tin
debentures authorised tor thai purpos,
must he sold. Here iba- n.-w council
must ba- governed by circumstances.
Urgent as is iba- in. .1. no one will ox-
pact them to set] tin- debentures at a
liguia* whleh would reflect upon tin
lily's credit. Hut winter afford, at least
two months' delay and by the end of
that lime money market conditions may
l... greatly Improved,
On other matters pledges ami policies
must be very general. The plain words
of T. G. Procter at last night's meeting,
that he would, if elected, "continue to
'boost' for Nelson to the hest of his
ability as he has done for 17 years,"
seems to caaver the ground aa well as
il can he done.
Last night's meeting must he regarded as eminently satisfactory. Nothing
could have been franker or clearer than
Mayor tiilletl's statement of his course
during the last 26 months during which
he has held the office. Before the meeting there were many absurd rumors of
exposures to he made, but when at the
last a vote of thanks to Mayor Gillett
and his colleagues was proposed there
was uot a dissenting voice.
The new aspirants for aldermanic
honors appreciated the situation. No
one offered any specific remedy for the
ally's little troubles hut each pledged
: .n.s. It   fully   lo a  progressive  policy.
The one regrettable feature of the
meeting, though Infinitely amusing, was
the surprising ebullition of Aid. Selous.
As a treat for the gallery it was wholly
admirable. As a discussion of public
issues, if it were so intended, it was
grotesque. The statement of alleged
facts had not even the merit, of accuracy. The most charitable Interpretation is that Aid. Selous, with his Irre-
pressibly youthful enterprise, was essaying the role of public entertainer.
EDITORIAL  COMMENT.
Aid. Selous paid his kindly respects
last night to newspapers ln general aud
'ih,. Daily Canadian in particular, to tha
divenion of his audience. He complains
with evident sincerity tbal he has been
unfairly treated, even inisrepra-senied,
by this paper on the subject of his attitude towards tha- public school necessities. We referred to that matter at
some length while It whb of public in*
leia-st. Afler deliba-rate and calm con-
Blderation we are still unable to see
that we were guilty of any injusti.u lo
Aid. Selous. He also expressed the belief that newspaper opinions are <i eta-
Led, or at li*ast strongly Influenced, by
hunger for advertising patronage. An
expression used later in his speech
leaves ub in doubt as to whether that
Statement was made ln Jest or earnest;
if in jest, even so peculiar a. sense of
Urge Apalachian  Forest  Reserve.
Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 10.���Friends of the
movement looking to the creation of a
forest reserve ln the Apalachian region
assembled in Atlanta today to discuss
Alice Roller Rink
AIND
Bowling Alley
Uand: Monday, Thursday, and Saturday eveningB.
ADMISSION
Mornings, afternoons and evenings,
without band, children loc adults 25c,
Including skates.
Evenings with hand, except Saturday
evenings, 40c, including skates.
Saturday evening, band and special
attractions, to 11 o'clock, 50c, in-tiding
skates, spectators 25c.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. So*. G. B.
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.
Certificate  of Improvements.
NOTICB.
"Red   Point," "Vcrnamo," "Greenwood   Frae-
tlonal, rt-euwiiiiil   Mid  Jurat   Pot Fractional"
Mitn-ral   Claims,  situate  In lhe   Nelson   Mining
Division ol Wait Kooteuay   District.
Where located: -On Eagle Oreak above the
I'oonnan Mine.
Taae uotlee that I, John Mel.atehle, of the
Cltj "I Nelson, acting tit* agent {or Jims P.Hwed-
ber ir, Fret* Miner'-- Certificate No B7475 and
Oscar Johnson Free Miner'** Certltleate No B02H,
intend sixty day* from the date hereof to ap
ply to tha tainIng Recorder ior certificated of
Improvement*, for the purpose ol Obtaining
< 'rown .<raute ol the above claims
And further late notice that action, under
Heetlon 'M, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate'- of Improvement*-.
1 ia ted thls27th day,of Sen tern her, ,v   Ij , 1W17.
J'-IIS MrHicll   F.
INOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the un*
(lersiKnt-d havo submitted to the Lieu*
it-iiaut-tJovcrnor-Jn-Cnuncil a proposal
under the I ��� vers and St reams Act for
the clearing and removing obatractlona
from the Duhamel Creek (otherwise
known as Six-Mile Creek) In the DI*
trict of West Kootenay, Province of
Hi it ish Columbia, and for making the
-said creek flt for rati ing and driving
ihereon logs, timber and lumber, and
for erecting and maintaining dams on
the said creek, and for constructing
and maintaining booms for holding
sorting and delivering logs and timber
thereon, and for attaching booms on
Kootenay l>ake at the mouth of said
creek.
The lands to be affected by such work
are Lots 787, 788, 7601. 7773, 4894, 8411
and MIS all In Group One. Ko-itenay
District, and other lands not Crown
granted, occupied or improved.
The tolls proposed to he charged air-
such a�� may be fixed by the Judge of
the County Court of West Kootenay.
Dated the 28th dav of October, 1907.
THH POltTO RICO LUMBER
COMPANY, LIMITED
Limit   Diamond   Output.
���Johannesburg, Jan, 10.���As an outcome of the depression in the diamond
industry negotiations have been opened
between two great companies, the De
Beers and the Premier Diamond Company with the view of limiting the output while diamonds remain practically
unsaleable.
M. HAWRYCZ
CONTRACTOR   AND   BUILDER.
Jobbing   promptly   attended   to.     Plans
and Estimates.
Apply 415  Hall St. Box 385.
&
TIMBER NOTICES.
An extension ol 10 data within which to com!
m noe publication granted by me thin date
Deoember 8iat, twi. Marry Wright. Assistant
commissioner of Lauds and Works.
LAND ACT
West Kootenay Land District. Dl-strict of West
tvnott-lill*-.
Take notice that I. i.e. Jmaen, of Hpokane,
Wash , occupation timN-rman, intend to apply
for a special timber   licence over   the   fOUOWl���g
deacrlbed Unls:
1 Commencing at a post  planted  at the H. VV.
corner, about l mile from Bvln Johnstons I* | R
No.066, sal*,! post being placed on the intern**.-
tlonal boundary line, thence north -Mi ehainn,
thence east IfiO chains, tnence aouth 40 chalim,
thenee weet lfio chalua to point of com men cement, containing 640 acre*.
l��ated Pec mber 3rd, 1W7. J. C. Jaks��n.
2 Comment*.ni; at a post planted al the S VV.
corner, about 40 chains north from the H. W.
enrner of location No 1., theuce north 40 chalna,
thence ea.st too chalna, ihence houth 40 chains,
theuee west 160 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 aeres. J   C. lAX99*t,
.-J. Commenting at a post planted at the s. vv.
corner about 4fc�� chalus north from the S. W
corner of location No. 2, Ihence north 4u ehalns,
theuce east 160 chalna, theuce aouth 40 ehaina,
thenee west 160 ehaina to point o:' commencement, containing 640 acrea. J   C    Ianpe.n.
4 Commencing at a post planted at the s. W.
corner, aboul 40 ehaiua north from the s. W.
corner of location No 8, thence uort"i 40 chains,
thence east 16(1 ehalns, thence aouth 40 chains
thenee weat 160 ehaiua to point ol commencement, containing 640 acres. J. C. Jansen
5. (���(iinini'ueiDg at a post planted at the S W.
corner, about 40 chains north from the S. W.
corner of location No 4, thence north 40 chains,
thence eaat 160 chains, thence aouth 40 chalna,
thenee west 16o ehaina to pointof commencement, containing 640 acres.
December Ith, 1907. J. C. J_m_*.
6. Commencing at a post planted at the R. W .
corner about 40 ehaina north from the 8. W.
corner of location No. 6, thence north 40 ehaina,
thenee east 160 chains, thence aouth 4rj chains,
thanoa west IHO chains, to point ol commencement, containing -640 acres*
December 4th. 1907 J. 0. J_tH_M
7. Oommenclng at a poat planted at the N. W.
corner and adjoining the N.S. corner ol lot 2990,
thenee east 40 chalna, thence aouth 40 chains
thenee esst 4o ehaina, ihence south 60 chains,
thence west HO chalua, thence north loo chalna
to point of commencement, containing 640 acres,
iv -ember 4th. W  B. Bancs.
(J. Commeneing at a post planted at the N. W.
corner, about l4o( a mile in a southwesterly
direction from the aouth lork of Salmon river,
and a tm u t 71., miles from the mouth, theuce
south If) chains, thence east 40 rhaitis, thence
north 16o chains, thence west 40 chains to polut
of commencement, containing 64-j acres.
December -r*th, 1907. K. J. Keooh.
Nelaon I-and District. District of Weat Root*, nay
Take notice that W. A Hudson, of Hpokanc,
Wpsbington, I' S.A.. occupation timber cruiser,
intend to apply for a special timber licence over
the following described lands: Commenting at
a poat planted ou the north bank of Corn creek,
at the junction of the north fork of Corn creek
with the main stream, about -five miles in a
westerly direction from the confluence of said
Corn creek with the Kootenay river, thence
north 40 chains thenee west 160 chains, thence
���outh 40 chains, thence east 160 etialus to point
ol commencement, containing ���40 acres, more or
leas.
Paled November 7th, 1907.
WILLIAM A. Hl'DHOW.
Nelaon Land Diatrict. District ol Weit Kootenay
Take notice tbat I, L W hhaver, intend to apply for a special licence 'o cut and carry away
tlmher irom 64o acres of land: Commencing at
h postmarked L. -A. Hhaver, northwest eorner
thence eighty chains south, thence eighty
chalna east, thence eighty chains north, thence
eighty chains weat to place ol b-ginning, containing Mo aoraa, more or less, and east and adjacent to timlM-r lloanoa ,�������*.. and also south
and adj c-iit to Umber licence No 16038, aud also
south and adjacent to K A "haver timber limit
No   1
Pated   November 21st, VMfl.
l. w. HiiAVEit, locator,
a. Hai KETr, agent
Kxtenalon of one week within which Ut advertise granted. Harry Wright, Ass't. </om-
miaaioner of Land and Worka.
Helton band Diatrbt. District v West Kootenay
lake notice that I, T. L. Logan. Of Bonners
Ferry, Idaho, occupation paluler, Intend to apply for a special timber licence over the following deeUlDOa lauds Commencing at a post
planied at the aoutbeaut corner ol Umbel
licence No. ''*������''��� tbanoa east 10ohalna, thence
north MO chains, iiii-nt***- west M> cbalns, thenco
south Ho chains to point of oommeucemenl,
Containing M0 acres, more or leha.
Dated November Jlat, 1H07. T. L   I'-.is,
COUH BKJTH, agent.
Nelaon band Diatrict.   Platrlct ol West Kootenay
Take  notice   tbat  I, Charles   Dutcher, intend
to apply tor a ipaclal timber [toanoa-to cut and
carry away limber from 64*" a' res of laud ' 'om-
niencitiK ai No. 1 p'ist about \2 miles west of lhe
Kootenay rlvr, on tbe north side oI|Hotiudary
' reek' and north, n ed adjacent to timber licenses
16406, and one mile north of the International
boundary Una: Commenting at a post marked
(buries Dutcher*! soutbwesi o-orncr, theUOoM
cbalus north, LnenoegO chains east, thenee W
chains south, Ihence M0 chains west to lhe place
of beginning, containing 640 acrea, more or lesa.
Located NoTember lets. u*>7.
chahi.es Drams, Looator.
No. 2. Oommenclng at a prist marked ( harlea
Dutcher's southeast comer, thenee N chains
north, thanoe BO Cbal&l mat, theuce ��o chains
sofilh, thenee Ho chain? east to tbe place r,| be-
Klutilng, and west Htid adjacent to number one
timber limit, and conUilning 640 acres, more or
leas.
Located November 18th, twi
ChakLKH Dt'TCHKB. LOOStOt,
No, 3. Commencing at a post marked Charles
Dutcher's north west corner and about 1& rnllei
west ol the Kootenay   river  on the uorth tide ol
Boundary creek and nortb ami aejaoant uj timber lieenae 16660, tbeuce south HO - iuiIuh. thence
��� ast HO chalna, theuee north Ho' halna, thence
weat Wi chalua to the place ol beginning, containing 610 acres, more or leaa.
Located November IHth, 1907.
1 mis! i - Dutcher, Locator.
No 4- Commencing at a poit marked f-barlei
DuLeber's   northeast   corner,   tbence louib   80
FRED IRVINE & CO.
FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY
FRIDAY
Fifteen dozen Ladies' White Lawn and Muslin Blouses, all advance styles
of coming season's waists.. They are manufacturers' samples. No two waists
alike and all sizes, 36 bust. We will sell the entire lot on Friday at the actual   factory   cost.
Also bargains   in every department.     Balance of winter goods less than cost
FRED IRVINE & CO.
Aas_INTS BUTTERICK PATTEP,\S
Ka
Eleventh Annual
Winter Carnival
A GRAND
PROGRAM
OF SPORT
From   Tuesday    Night
Until   Saturday   Night
MASQUERADE AND DANCE
ROSSLAND
UNDER    THE
AUSPICES Oh"
Rossland    Carnival
Association
J.   S.  C.   FRASER
FEB. 4 to 8
I'aar lnla.nna,i-in apply to
A.   u.   MACKENZIE,
Beorotan and Q-eneral Haaag, ���
HOCKEY
i hampiouahlp ol II   C
SKI JUsMPING _
AND RUNNING i
Ohaaptenaklp a.i. ,.,,��.,., Waal
SNOWSHOE   RACES Kl
i'hamplon-bip ol B   C. -j^
SKATING *^j
'  I,sm].i���i..liap   a>l   Ih.   I'r..a r   ���   *a\*\
TOBOGGANING u,Vi
CURLING   BONSPIEL S,"
AND OTHER   EVENTS \*ui
 m
chalT.s.  thence  wed 80 c halns.   thence   north ho
chains, thence eant to cbalnn to the   |ra>.  .,1 I,.*-
ginning, containing 6-lu aoraa, aore or ler-a
lxH-ated November lath, I'M.
t hak:ks PticHK'-, Loefttor.
No. 6. commencing at a posi markr,! Charle-.
DuU'hcr's southeast corner, thenee W) chain���
north, theuce hu chalna west, ih**uce no chains,
south. Ihence HO chalna east to the Place ol beginning, containing MO acres, more or less.
IxK-ated November IHth, II*fl
CHARi-ft-l Prt, inr,  ! ..>��� t'..i .
Ko 6. Commencing at a KMt marke.I Charles
Du'cher's southwesl ex��rner, thencM north ho
chains, thence east HO chains, tbence ���oUtOBD
i bains, theuce west ho chains to the pUoaOIBe
Kliining.   eoSalning t>*0 a- rei, more or leaa
lAWOtoA NovemlMT IHth, IWl.
* iiAKl.fs  Dt'TCHlB,  IxrcaUir.
Wo IR.    Wast fork, rito rreek.
Nelson Und Dlatriot   UUUM el *eat Kootenay
lake notice that I. Joseph  Patrick. pfHelaon,
B   (;.,   oei-upatlon   liinibcrinan,   Inlend   to apply
for a special tlmbai lloeaae over the lounwlna
described landn: (ominencii.g al a potl planted
afout ������> mllen OD tba wesl (ork Ol Flic creek,
and about iu chains Irom the bank of said west
fork, and marked   Joseph   Patrick's H. g. corner.
thenco wost ho chains, thence north anlonaine,
ihence eaat m chains, thenoe soulh Ho chain*- U
point Ol  ������ommeiicemenl, eonUinlng  OW  o*-rot.
"BaU'd DeTember 5th. ttffi.   .->_���*���  I'atbick.
1   J. I.U�� ia, agent.
No. 14.    West fork, Fife creek.
Nelson Land Ulstrlci.   DUtrlcioI West Kootenay
lake notice   lhat   Joseph   Patrick,   ol   Nelson,
B r, , occupation lumberman, Intenda to apply
fur a special timber Heme over tin- following
deacrlbed lands: Coinmencing at a post planted
about two chains dlMaiil. and in hii i-Ksterly
direction Irom location No. U and maiked
Joseph Patrick's N. B. comer, thence south KO
chalna, thence wesl HU chains, thenoe nortb B0
chains, tbence east HO ObalOl to point of coin-
meneement, conlalnliiK Mu Hires, more or less.
Dated December ith, \Wl.      ionr.lll Patkk K,
I   J. LtciA   ageut.
No  16.    Weat fork. Kite cn***k.
Nelson Lead Diitriet.    Hist net ol Wesl Kootell fly
Take notice   thai 1, Joseph   1'strlck . ol NePou,
B.C., occupation lom-barmao. intend to apply
for a iptolrl timber lloanoa over tbe followiu*/
described lands: Commencing al ti poll planted
about Ho chains distant and in a westerly nine
��� Ion from the west fork of Fifu Oreek and about
', uilles from mouth ol creek, and marked Joseph
Patrick's H Y. comer, Ihfliee west Km chains,
thenco north 40 ehulns, thenee Belt IM) chalus.
theuce aoulh 40 chains to point of OOOimanoe*
ment- cotiuiulug Mn acres, more ol le.s.
Mated December Mh, 1WT.      Josscn PATRICK,
l. J, Ll< ia, agent,
No 16.   Bterem creek.
Nelson Lend Dl��lrlet    Dlstrlet of West Kooteuay
lake uotlee   that I, Joseph   Patrick, ol Nelson,
H L'��� occupatiuii lumberman,   Intend   to  apply
tor a ipaouu timber tloenoa ovot the foUowin^
described lands: t o'lunencing al a poit plant. 3
about-V ,* inii' - up Htevens creek and In a N. K,
dlre-ctloii from inoutli ol crrek, and inaikcl
Joneph Patrick's N K comer, thr-iHUi south Ho
ehulns. thence west Wi chains, tbence north Hi
chains , thenci- east no chains lo the point of
eoiumuuceinout, containing 040 acioa, uioie or
leas.
Dated Di'i-unU-r :itd. l���������"'. Joseiii Paihkk,
1. J   Lucia, Aguui.
BUY AN ORCHARD HOME
Yo��� can liny a 10-acre Fruit ftanch    In   tha- laest   fruit   KraiwInK  (llstrlrt
In  Hritish  Columbia My  paying *>' 0 'l"'lars flown nml flO M<-'r month laaui
Bran as an Inveatmenl ihls Ih worth oonaldsratlon. JJJ!
Fruit   l.iii���|  Man  In MM.I  in  value within tho year.    What  mi!, it alia na x' Jir..
year? Da
J.  E.  AiNrSABLE,
::mj?Jg1C2IA\2r-tt.T!aaaWa\*KJI&laS&*^
WAI.D sik-i:
.-si;l-bois
A.Q. LAMBERT & Cd
MANUFACTURERS    T   ..mfA#     Cf*i���_^f^_.       "Wt
AND DEALERS IN    JLtllllbCf f   MlingleS.     $
L,ath, AAouldinj,*;**, Doors, Wlndovvft|
Turned Wtirk uticJ 1 inn. It k.t /-..
VBRNON fTRBBT  -
Mnil Ordttl promptly n����*n(i*oJ
M.I.SON',  t��. O.
Mo 17.   Bterem creek
Nelsnn band DlatrUJi     Di-irlcl 01 West Roote***""
Take notice lhat T. Joaeph Patrlnk, ol Nelaon,
B, O, oooupatlon lumberman, Intend to apply
for a ipaclal timber lloanoa orer tha f>Uowing
deaorlbed landr: Commtnclng ata poit planted
about 1 mile In en eaaterly direction from the
month of Stevens creek, where ii emptiei Into
Cariboo lake, and marked Joiepti Patrlok'ag W
corner, thenee nurtb B0 obalna, thenci eaatBO
obalna,tbenoe south ho ohalnt, utenoa weatBO
ehalns to  point o|  eoiiiineni i nn iii,   contalnlnv
uio acres, more or less.
Dated December Snd, linn,    .losrrn 1'athicjr,
1. J. L-DCTA, agent
No. ih.  Bteveai ereek.
NcIhmU band DlatrlOL   DlltriOtOl West Koolenay
'Ink.- notice  iimi 1, Joiepb  Paunk, of n. -lion,
D.O, oocupetlnq lumbermen( intend   to applv
for n sperlal timber   lloanoa   over   the   follov-. lug
described binds:  Commouolug ai i poit planted
about  0  miles  up Htevens  crei-k, and   abonl 40
ehaini aoutb irom lha imim of the ereek, and
inatk.d Joaepb   Patriik s   N     K    eorner,   Hieiico
sontb Htl  chains,   thenee   weat HU chiillis,   tbence
nortli hu chalna, thenw   a-si fsochitins to n. int ot
roiuiiunei ment,  euiitii   ilng Mo  acres,   moie or
teas.
Dated December 2nd, '*''���     JO|��i-n Pathhk,
1   J. Lucia, agent
No. 19.   Htevens creek
Nelson Und Dlslrlct    District of West Kootenay
Take notloa that 1, Joaepb Patrick, of Nelson,
h t , occupation lumbermani Intend to apply
for a special Mm bei llrenne over tbw following
Ji sisiibed lauds:   Commeuclug at a post planted
about fl miles up ' ������ ��� u*- creek ant
locuilon No IH on Die south, and nmik
Patrick's   N   VY. comei.   tbeiin.  call
tin toi* south  hu cbimiM, lhenoeweil
thenee  north Hu chains   to   point  ol  n
nn ut   loiilnlnliii* Hit) Hens, more or III
Dated December Brd, 1W*7        JosKi" ��
1    J. 1,111'IA.   UK**"1  |
No. 90    Weal fork. Fif oek.
Nelson Land District    DtatrlOl Ol Wesl k;*B
lake notice tbal I,  Joseph   Patrick, ot I*g
h. c , oooupatlon lumberman) iiiteini i'-��j
(or a ipaotal timber licence over the U��nI
described lands: Commencing nl a I"'1-! I"1]
aboul 2 inllcH up the west fork Ol KUci',<*,J
about BOohalni north of the creek, "
Joaeph Patilck's N. K. corner, thll
ebalna tbence west 00 cbalns, ll" ���'���-���
chains, thunce east BO cnalns to pelntci-j
uieucenient, colllaliilng ti-tU acres, m
Dnted December r-th, 1WJ7. Josim I
I   J, Lucia, a|i>
r��o. 2\      West lork, of Klfecrcek.
Nelson Uml District.    District ol ** ;���*������ lJ,*(-
lake notice lhai |, Joaeph  Patrick, ��" ���
ll  U . ociupation   lumberman,   H'1"1-1'.',,.
for a special timber luvin'e over IM
dererlbed tmids:   (���ommuiicliig al ;- I;1 ��� ��� ��� ,*���
about 4 mllei np tha weat fork ol I   ; ''   **
planted on   the  north   bank of tie'  *'"
barked Jpeeph Patrlcm-g n. k *l\>|U"���
soinhHU  chains,   thenco   west no cha iip.
Dorth  ���*) chains, thence east Hn ����-"���" n*>W
"f oommenoemanti containing no w
l     piled Deoember ftth, IWl.   -W1'," [''jj?
Pittni M
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The bally Canadian
YouBiuot dine ou FROG LEGS every day.    We furnish the
Staples
Beef,   Pork,   Mutton  and Veal
Also
Hams. Bacon and Lard
With all varieties of
[Fresh and Smoked Fish
iu the market
pmincemeat of Finest (Quality  in glass aud wood.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
Kaslo, Rossland     INEUSOIN,  E3. C- Boundary
Bohemian
NOW IS THE TIME TO SEND IN
YOUR ORDER FOR BOTTLES OR
KEGS. QUANTITY       LIMITED.
The Nelson Brewing Co'y* Ltd
-***A*��V>^a>^V��^V*>*,��***V\*��^A^^^^**<
^LAND NOTICES.
f District.   Diatrict ol West Kootenay
TaJfce eo_-*s.*   that Irtd. .1   Summons,   aj-'-nl   'or
Fred. ���?. Tann-T. of  .\, ,-i.n, it-vupi-uiui-  wi_t'h-
OUhker,  tnteni-  to aj-i>l\    I-n    p* r sa. I ~--i-.ii to ,,nr-
~a_ao the follow in.;   ,1, Mri.i,' 1   Un-I**.:    < "ininen-
[ at a poat   pUnt,..!   Hb.nit  -^.. miles >**.*i\ oi
 tafc,   ilii'in ������   I'i eliain-   im   an   i-H-ierly
���Mence A) ehalns south, thenee 40
^^^^^���Keresterly direction, thenee 2n chains
MOffth !��� Ike point >*l - , ,m int-in-.-i::. in. * .ui in in ini;
^atk*tO_,_tOr*''-t  ie-s
fciadHoT - hi, l'-rr.
FHktiRU K    lOHN  TA*-iN��K,
F. J   B_M���OKS.  * ,-��� r,i
 _____i I>Iatrtci.   Dlslrlct ol W est Koou-uay
T���ke notice thai l"it*<l J Sauimons. a**,<nl nr
A. ��� Callard, id I ri.-'l��ii, <><-< opinion rnni-her.
teteodatoap.1'.'. f'T '��-rmi*--!*m io pun-hai*v tin:
lullOttln( des. rltii-'l In n.l*. : < n in in,-n,-im; ��������� ,i
pOat pleeatsl about 1' , inil.-rsilnf \\ IImui creek.
thenee aontb >      jjui��ih��, tii.-u, e uurihwesi a>
enalna. them    u,irtin-*isi inuaiti*., ti,��-ucw south-
eaat SO ehaina to the the point of commencement
-Containing Hi acren. mor.- or l.-ss.
Dated Ho-*  - i" v
AhiKIIiaI.Ii   AftOCBBOM   BaU.A��I>,
AKcnt k j  Ba-wftri
strict.   Diatrict ot West Ki-mtenay
��� thai W.A. Hudaon, timber cruise:,
_ Bpo���ana oounty, Wanhmittou. one
jac Bta tea Ol \mertra. intends to apply
_kl   timber  license  over   the following
Band**:    Ci mu-wuciiii* nt a post maiked
pic'l on the north baud ol  Corn creek,
Dili'-:, ot   (tie North lurk ol Corn creek
J_snin   streun.,   about    rive   mllen   In a
|j01rct'ita>*j Irom oonflneuoi of m\d Corn
I the Kooteuay river;   theuce nnrlh 40  |
,h*-ti. ������ west   It*" etittins; theme smith 40
theme iih*.i   UM etiains to point ol coin-
put, coiitaluiUK Mo acres more or leaa.
Id   adjoins itmt>er   limit   No 7  on the
timber limit No  - on the south, as io-
_v>
���oTembet 7,iwi.
wtLiiAM a ttuDeatt.Locator,
^^^^^^ l by Patrick 0 ."-.bine
ttfelared itn I M,-!!'-', by tin- �� lib ;:i named W
..Madeeu   m;   th - .'."h da*,   of   IS.-.*, ml., i. A   I)
��W,   eelari    li.o   at    --(,..k-tij.-.    SpiikHtn-    CmintT,
���Oklagton. "Urol Ibe I'nited ���mm.-*-nf A nurli-a.
Patrick 0, shin.-,.
Un
. jjtrici. District oi West Kootena]
fetC-i* that Isabella PtMOS, t Straw-bur*-,
l married woman, intends lo apply
pu re base tbe foi low Iiik ilcs-
_m. ��. ummeucliiK Ht a jaist planted al
���lion of the north boundary of \aO
Be east boiuulary ot Dot No. H\H\,
'0 chalus, more nr less, to the north
��� i   ��� .      ot    limber    Limit     No.   7671,   thetice
ftorth 10 chains, tiien.i- west .-o i hallo., more or
lCe, tO lhe I'li-t -lal,. ol \Mnvtslmn lake, thetice
IllUOWing Ha nn- in u soniherlv nud Aifterlv
4U*Ctton 1"     ��� Inun*.   more   or    i.-ss   m the inter
UOe With  ' "t M*.'. 11,1'in ������     - i liHin-..    n* ot
i�� lollO**��� t n ��   ."i-i.rij    houndary   oM.,,1 his.", io
���**���** -tf Coiiiiii'-n,''-lii.-i,t
Hfth uetober.Utn.      taantUA Pinecs,
K. r%. FAtijniSK. ��)*ent.
,nd District.    District nl West Kootenay
M   that    Alexander   J.   M, I.  ot
_., occupation clerk, intends, to apply
pasiou to pnrohaae the toliowing dea-
ld:    Cotnmenclntt at a post plained on
em boundary ot B  0 Southern  Hull*
_i-o( way,   about   one   and   a half   miles
ilrom   the   northwest   corner Ot lot It* A,
Kootenay,   thenoe  south  mi chains,
*i chains, ibeuce   north no ehulns io
(���..���..J bouu-Ur) of sal,l   rli-li! of wit   ,   tlo-:.re
weaHOeha,:, ��� -I...H-. shi.: .,.oitii.ru I i.inry in
fmlnt   Of    cniniii, ,i, ,.in,.]ii,     nud   cnotninint/   I'll
anrna, mere ,,r u-sn
VPovemlier Vlh, |yo7.
Ai.iXANnttK I   ICcOOQL.
***���   ValaoaI_.ni l>i*-lrn t    l>.*n i< ' o[ W ��� -��t K-���u- n��>
Tnke not U'l' thai  Y   I1   ��� ui ten, ���.tin** a* ,ik"Ui
4. H b.nd> n. of   I'oktok,   ,n. b , o... upation
ante.   Intends   to  applv   f'T   permission   to
.ffCbeae tin-   lollowlnt-  iIi-mtIIm ,|   lands:    Coni-
jClnc at 'i fK>at piano d on  the   easterly abort'
rrow lake and about  IU chains north of the
S. OOril- i    of   lot  Hlllt,   Ihiiii-e   ,-hsi   20   chains,
lenonb 40 chsins.  more or b-ss, in the lake
Jithcui-e soiithwcli'i ly nl"iiK the hike shore
^^fl  Mfninl "f ,'oiiini,'ii,-i'|.w-nl.   u li,1   lamiiiliiiiii:
. 7"   M^_Buvi-inta!r ihih.twtr?. jAMMa  BUTU)BI��,
**J     ��--" _r. _��    HriiUKN, Aj-eiil.
llileuat   i   l Distil" ���     I''-���''��� t "I W. vt K  ���.i.- imr
e    that   John   .lames   Cameron, of
���rlttab coiuinbu, norupatlon oontrao*
  nd-   to   apply    'or   permiaalnn   to
S**Wka\\\\WaOk "',-   followiUK ilbeil   Und:    com-
���*********~^^~r   a   a  post   planted   <ui   lhe   southern
\r,l*\m____m_f\   "1    lti,>   H     >      --..iitti.-rii   rtKhtof-way
^*,---------,,*,*llllll*U'hainB weslerlv   trom   fhe N. VV  corner
ii, gronp l, Kootenay, thenoe louthco
ibeuce  east  io chains,   thencu  north 00
i the  southern   boundary o( the   said
'ay. thenco westerly   nlonji said  south
idary  of right ot way   lo   the   point
leuusnt, ano containliiK   '240 acres, more
November flth, 1007.
 J ��n Jamks rAv-fiio1*.
id Dis*riot, Dlatriot ol Waal Koote&ay
lco thai John Shi Cl 1, of Needles, B ('.,
ou ranchbr, Intenda to apply for per
to   purchase   the  lollow tux    i!escrllied
ommencing ut a post planted at the,
sl coruor ot l*-i| 7HM. thenco west 40
J theuce smith Hi eballls, Ihence cast 10
(thenee  north no   i halnn   to   the   point of
cement, end eottt&lnlbg lioaorea,mora
| 18 h October, PJ07 J-UC*! cuiRU.,
Y '.   FAPgniKf. Aureut
I I.nu.i District    Dintrict ot Wesl Koolcuaj
Itiottee thut   AlliXUH   Meiiill,   of  tho Cllv of
upnttoii Rreman, intends to apply for
hi,,n tm piircbnse tin*   lollowliiK  dscrlbed
Uoramenclng at a post planted at tha
Comer D 0, Morrison's ranch, lu Fir
J th. ice north forty (40) chains, thene
�����.y (Ki) chains, thenco south , ity (in
(Hnnce west forly (10)  clialns olni o
it,  and containing  one hundred
l(lflO)aorai   more or leas.
her .n'.  -007 * K*,i*r*    M(  (Jill.
fDand Dlsirtci.   Disirlclof Weal Kootenay
pOtlCC that   Hugo CurllTOI, Of Winnlpej-,
upation   publlulici,   Intenda lo  apnlj
talon   to   pnn!iu.so tho   following  de*
l land :
n.'uc uk at a boat planted on the M-esi
(try ul L. im, U. l, lahout & mlloii Irom Ar-
nw Ukc, mi Mosijullo (reek) and ^1 ohaini W
links aouth ft-r the n w. c. of said lot, running
thenee   west ��0 chains, thence south  HO ehaini,
thanoe eaat M ehatus, thenoe nortli 80 chains to
place of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or lesa.
'   IIAHil'.    MAHSHAI.L,
Aireut   for   Hugo CarstenI.
Date' -'1 December lttf7.
Nelson Land Dlitrlct. District ot West Kooteuay
Take notice that Tina Bergman, of Minna.
Man , oecupalion wile of C. Ber*-mau, farmer,
Altona, Man , intends to apply for permission to
purc-iase the following dt-st-ri-hed land :
Commencing at a poat   planted at lhe "'   B.O.
of It ugo Car--U*iis' a|<plicatiou to  porch   *'*  and
rnuiiiUK theiicr west HO chaius   thence   i    rib HO
chains, thence   east   40 chains,   thence   ��� "ith h
chains 25  l.nka, theuce east 40 c nins,    hence
south 71 chain* 75  i i:. k- i.. |��ii.ii   o)   commencement, conialuiliK 607 acres more or less
ORUCLSI Marshall,
Aiy. ih    for   Huh    !���������: irisuin.
Dated -23 December I9U7.
Nelson 1-aud District     DUtrlctol West Kootenay.
take notloe '.hat LcrlGeorge Payne, of Needle**-,
B. C-, tH-cupatlon   rancher, intends   to app,y   for
KTmlnslou to purchase ttie follovvliiK described
nds: Commeiiclng at a [h>si p.i.m. -i anout 15
chains west of W'hatshaii cruek and S:t yl4 chains
���outh of the southwest corner of Lot No- BMI
runninjt, thence north ho chuinn, thence we'll HO
chains, theuce south 1- 155 chains, theuce east
22 BB8 i-haitiH, theme south 67 -i , ehalns, theuce
."���7.4iy chains east to point of commencement.
containing 4H1 tn ten, now surveyed as lot M85.
Daled Mfi January, iwe. Lgvi i;iokue Paynk.
Weel   Kooteuay   band District.    District ol Goat
Kiver.
lake notice that I, George A. Hunt, of
chener, occupation timoerman, luleii
apply for permission to pu rebate
following described lar I: commencing
poet planted aboul i fi] o ns, west ol Thorn
marked N. W. corner, l. mce south 10 3* ch
theuce east 44 67 chaii e, theuce north
cbuius, tbeuce west along H. 0, .Stuthern
way to |* ��. . ni cunimencemt-iit, coutaiuing
acres
Dated January Htb. Iflua
Kit
1    to
the
at  a
peon
aim.
31.45
had.
9H.18
,. ��� 'O...K II. Hint.
INOTICE.
.N'otict? is hereby given that the Kin-
ney-Mliler Cedar Cumpany.an extra provincial company duly registered, as
such, and authorized to cany on business within the province of Hritish t'ol-
uniljla, und having its head olllce at
Creston, in tlie said province, manufacturers, have by deed of assignment.
dated the Uth day of December, 1907,
assigned all its p-'rsonal property, real
esiate, credits, and effects, which may
be seized and sold under execution to
tne, Charles O. K'xigers. of Creston.
British Columbia, lumber manufacturer,
for tho general  benefit of its creditors.
A meeting of the creditors will he
held at the olllce of K. M. Macdnnaid.
baiTister-at law, corner Itaker and Stanley Btrcets. Nelson. 11. C, at the hour of
three o'clock in the afternoon on Tuesday, the Hist day of December, 1907. for
the giving of directions with reference
tO the disposal of the estate.
And further take notice that all Creditors are required on or before the 88th
ilay of December. IW7( to !ile with me,
the assignee, full purttcu *irs of their
claims duly verified, und the nature of
tho BSCUrIty, If any. held by tliem.
And notice ts hereby given that after
the 2Mb day of December, 1907, 1 will
proceed to distribute the aBSStfl amongst
the creditors of whose debts or claims
1 shali then have received notice ami l
will not bo rei ponslble for the assets.
or any part thereof, so distributed to
any creditor of whose debt or claim I
shall  not   then have received  notice.
Dated nt CreStOO, B, 0-* this Mth day
of ib oember. 1907,
CHARLES O. RODCERS,
Assignee.
Auction Sale
of our stock of  New and Second Hand Goods on
Monday, Jan. 20th
At 2 p. m. Sharp.
We have a fine assortment of white
enamel ami grnnltewnro, all new. Second hand cook stoves, heaters, conches,
beds, s|-Tings, mattresses, student, chairs,
dressers, stands and other articles too
numerous to mention. No reserve.
(Joods must be sold as wo need the
money.
DE1NT & CO.
Turner Beeton Block, 606 Vernon Street.
NELSON.
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 DALY CANADIAN
i
314 Baker St.
Td. 324.
FIGHT   CATALOGUE    HOUSES.
Minnesota   Merchants   Begin   Campaign
Against   Department   Stores.
St. Paul, Jan. 10.��� To lay plans for a
broad plan of education in behalf of
home trade as against calafogne houses
Is one of the chief objects of a convention which assembled in St. Paul today
with delegates in attendance from the
e. nimereial bodies throughout Minnesota. An effort will be made to enlist
both the jobbers and retailers in an aggressive fight against mail order competition, which in recent years has been
seriously felt by the local merchants of
Minnesota in common with those of
other States in the West and northwest.
The conference is expected to result
in a strong and permanent federation
of the commercial clubs of Minnesota.
The organization' it ia proposed, will
work systematically to advertise the advantages and resources of the state and
otherwise work for its general development.
President Loche of tlie St. Paul Commercial Club called the convention to
order this morning and governor Johnson greeted the visitors. Other addresses of welcome were tblivered by
Mayor Smith of St. Paul and Haynes
of Minneapolis, To these greetings response was made for the visitors by
President Magner of the Duluth Commercial Club. Temporary organization
was then effected, committees appointed and other steps taken to get the convention in working shape. The sessions
will continue over tomorrow, .lames J.
Hill, State I mm ignition Commissioner
Welch and other speakers will be heard.
The catalogue houses, methods of advertising, the parcel post, ami Upper
Mississippi river Improve ment s ale
some of the objects that will receive
attention.
FLOGGING   DEAD   HORSE.
Another Attempt to  Boom W.J. Bryan-
Banquet at Coopor Uni-an.
Now York, Jan. 10.���United States
Senator Davis of Arkansas, whose maiden speech ln the senate recently attracted widespread attention, is to be tbe
principal orator in Cooper Union tonight at a big Bryan rally. The meeting is to be held umler the auspices of
the- New York State Progressive Democratic League, which was established to
boom Mr. Bryan, Augustus Thomas,
who is chairman Of the league, declares
that tht.' meeting will he the most notable demonstration In honor of the Me*
braska leader since the great meeting
In Madison Square Garden two years
ago on Mr. Bryan's return from his trip
around the world.
Mr. Thomas will preside and make
the   leading   speech,   In   which   he   will
attempt to tell why  Willian J. Bryan
Should he the DeWOOrattO nominee for
president, Senator Davis is expected to
make Wall gtTOOt the target of his
attack, and Uonald Bobbins, of CbtoaffO-
is to expose the alleged alliance of J.
J. Hill and Chairman Connors of the
Now   York   Btale     coiumttiuo.      Other
speakers to be heard are Joseph J.
Willett of Alabama. John B. Stanchfield
of Klmora, and Charles M. Hulger of
Oswego.
"Black Hand" Outrage.
New York, Jan. 10.���An explosion
which the police attribute to the "Black
Hand" occurred early today In a tenement house in east 29th sireet, shattering ihe front of the building, breaking
windows in nearby buildings, and almost causing a panic In the wards of
Hellevue hospital, which are located
on that side of the hospital towards the
building where the explosion occurred.
No one in the building was seriously
injured. The explosion seems to have
been directed toward, the family of
Pierre Onarato. a coal and wood dealer,
whose wife and three children were lu
the building. Onarato slates that on
December 5th he re celved a letter signed "Black Hand" in which he was directed to place $1,000 on the grave of
a certain Italian in Brooklyn cemetery
within a mouth, on penalty of being killed with  all his family.
Rio Tinto Caving In.
Mines de Rio Tinto, Spain, Jan. 10 ���
This town is threatened with complete
destruction, owing to the subsidence of
the ground. Large gaps are visible in
the principal streets and four hundred
houses have been hastily evacuated.
The sinking of the ground is believed to
be due to the caving In of a portion of
the copper mines. The De Rio Tinto is
Famous for its copper mines which are
among the most productive of the
world. Upwards of 10.000 persons are
employed in the mines.
Royal Octogenarian.
.Berlin. Jan. 1G.���The death Is announced of Prince Edward ffunnhausen Und
Knlppnuson.   president   of   the   Prussian
House of Lords.    He was born In  1S1!7.
S. S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
No. 310.
CERTIFICATE   OF   THE      REGISTRATION   OF   AN   EXTRA-PROVINCIAL   COMPANY.
"COMPANIES   ACT.   1897."
I hereby certify that tlie "Kails Creek
Copper Mining Company, Limited." has
this   day  been   registered   as   an   Kxtra-
Piovincini Company under the "Companies Act, 1897/' to carry out or effect   nil   or  any   of tho  objects   or the
Company to which the legislative authority of the Legislature of British Columbia extends.
The head olllce of the Company Is situate at the City of Hpokanc, State of
Washington,  U.   S.  A.
The amount of the capital of the
Company is one million five hundred
thousand dollars, divided Into one million five hundred thousand shares of
one   dollar each.
The head offlce of the Company In
this Province Is situate at Nelson, Hnd
Michael C. Mt.naghan, Miner, whoso
address Is the same, Is tho attorney
for the Company.
The time of the existence of this Company is fifty years from the 15th March.
1907.
The Company is specially limited under section  50 of the above  Act.
Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 15th day of May, one
thousand  nine  hundred  and  seven.
[L.S.] S. Y.   WOOTON,
Registrar  of Joint   Stock   Companies.
The objects for ���which the Company
haa been established and registered are
restricted to acquiring, managing, devel-
| oping, working and selling mines, min-
tral claims and mining properties, and
the winning, getting, treating, refining
and marketing of mineral therefrom
and   are:���
(1.) To obtain by purchase, lease,
hire, discovery, location or otherwise,
and hold within the Province of British Columbia mince*; mineral claims,
mineral leases, prospects, mining lands
and mining rights of every description,
and to work, develop, operate and turn
the same to account, and to sell or
otherwise dispose of the same or any
of them, or any Interest therein:
(2.) To dig for, raise, crush, wash,
smelt, assay, analyze, reduce, amalgamate and otherwise treat gold, silver,
copper, lead ores or deposits and other
minerals and metallic substances and
compounds of all kinds, whether belong
ing to the Company or not, and to render the same merchantable, and to buy.
sell and deal in the same, or any of
them:
(3.) To carry on the business of a
mining, smelting, milling and refining
company in all or any of its branches:
(4.) To acquire by purchase, lease,
hire, exchange or otherwise, such timber lands c��r leases, timber claims.
licences to cut timber, surface rights
and rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, mills, factories. furnace-a,
for smelting and treating ores
and refining metals, buildings, machinery, plant, and other real or personal
property as may be necessary for or
conducive to the proper carrying out
of the  objects  of the Company:
(5.) To constuct, maintain, alter.
make, vork and operate on the property of the Company, or on property
controlled by the Company, any canals,
trails, roads, ways, tramways, bridges,
and reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and
other ways, water-course, aqueducts.
wells, wharves, piers, furnaces, sawmills, crushing works, smelting works,
concentrating works, hydraulic works,
electrical works and appliances, warehouses, buildings, machinery, plant,
stores, and other works and conveniences which may seem conducive to
any of the objpects of the Company,
and, with the consent of the sharehold
ers in general meeting, to contribute to.
subsidise or otherwise aid or take part
fn any such operations though construe
tod and maintained by any other com
pany or persons outside of the property
of the Company, aud to buy. sell, manufacture and deal in all kinds of goods.
stores, implements, provisions, chattels
and effects required by the Company
or its workmen and servants:
(6.) To build, acquire, own, charter,
navigate and use steam and other vessels for the purpose 6f the Company:
(7.) To take, acquire, and hold as the
consideration for ores, metals or minerals sold or otherwise disposed of, or
for goods supplied or for work done
by contract or otherwise, shares, deben
tures, bonds or other securities of or in
any other company the objects of which
are restricted as herein aforesaid, and
to sell or otherv.'ise dispose of the
same:
(8.) To enter into any agreement for
sharing profits, union of interests or cooperation with any other person or company carrying on or about to carry on
any business or transaction which a
company specially limited under section
56 of the "Companies Act, 1897,"of British Columbia, is authorised to carry on:
(9.) To purchase or otherwise acquire
and undertake all or any of the assets,
business, property, privileges, contracts.
rights, obligations and liabilities of any
person or company carrying on any
part of the business which a company
Specially limited under Section 50 of
the "Companies Act, 1897." of British
Columbia, is authorised to carry on, or
possessed of property suitable for the
purposes thereof:
(10.1 To borrow or raise money for
the purpose of the Company, but so
that the amount so borrowed or raised
shall not, without the sanction of a
general meeting of the Company, exceed one-quarter of the amount of the
paid up capital for the time
being, nnd for the purpose of
securing such money nnd Interest or for
any other purpose to mortgage or
charge the undertaking or all or any
part of the property of the Company.
present or after acquired, and to create.
Issue, make,draw, accept and negotiate
perpetual or redeemable debentures or
debenture stock, promissory notes, bills
of exchange, bills of lading, warrants,
obligations, and other negotiable and
transferable instruments:
(11.) To distribute any of the proper
ty of the Company among the members
in specie:
12.) To sell, Improve, manage, do-
velop, exchange. lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account or OfherwlSS
deal With the undertaking or the whole
or any part of the property and rights
of the Company, with power to accept
as the consideration any shares, stocks
or obligations of anv company the object* of which are restricted under
Section 50 of the "Companies Act,
1S97."  of  British   Columbia:
(13.) To do all such other things as
are incidental or conducive to the at
talnmont of the foreirolng objects.
Cancellation of Reserv-.
Nottpo Ir hsrtby liven  Ihsl  the ro.nrv*** over
certain .mull fn soutli-KK.-u Konti-any. nottf-i of
which iii'Vi-nri'.i In !'><���  H it 11 - U l  i'|iiiiii,|,i ��� ,n   .���:'.
ot tin- mil of Anuii.i, i**sm uiul t.urv ilnte ot An
���"list 1*21 h, IHM0, In h'Tvl.y i-mu-idletl The nbovv
mi-Hi I.,in-.1 IhikIn will l>r open for locution nailer
Hut Land Act on March K, 1W8,
ROBT A. RENWICK.
lippntv CnmmbtHiotior of Landi ��n<l Works
I-Anild nnd Work* bepartmeitt,
Victoria, 11 0*4 Puouiuber loth, 1907.
-    ,-��__, -���*���-
OFFICE TO RENT
We have for rent the office In fhe
Mara Rlock over the Royal Bank, lately
occupied  by  Mr. E. A. Creaae.
F>OW FULL PAR-
TICUUAR8 APPLY TO
H. &. M. BIRD
ONLY A FEW LEFT
OF THOSE CHOICE  LOTS   IN   NELSON   CITY    ADDITION..     GOOD
SOIL,   LEVEL   GROUND.   ELECTRIC CARS, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND
WAER SE RVICE.
A great many sales have been  made of lots In this charming suburb
of Nelson and only a few beat   lots are left.
T. G. -PROCTER
AGENT NELSON CITY LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO.
If yon want Good Land
BUY at ROBSON
MeDermid & McHardv
NEU80N, B. C.
THE NELSON
CEMENT
WORKS
LIMITED.
CAPITAL,   J25.000.00   in   25,000   shares
of $10.00 each.
MANAGER, Crozler W. Bourke.
OFFICE, No. 322 Baker St. (Croaadaile
& Co.)
SEE the cement blocks displayed In the
Standard   Furniture   Co.'s   window.
APPLICATIONS for stock are invited.
PARTICULARS and forms of Application may be obtained at the Company's office, or from H. A. Stewart,
Solicitor. Nelson. B. C.
The
National
Highway
THROUGH    SLEEPING    AND
DINING CARS AND HIGH
CLASS TOURIST SLEEPERS
ON ALL THROUGH    TRAINS.
Tremont House
Enronan aad American Plus
���Mil ��-. cu.   Booms Icon X on. to tl.
ciair White Hen, implored *
MALONK   A   TBKUISLI_08
Batrr St., Neisou ProprMlon
Athabasca
Saloon...
00KHEX
BAILER AUD
KOOTENAY
STREETS.
Moat comfortable quarters      Nelsaan
Only tbe best olMquor. snd clear.
BILLIARDS. POOL
MARTIN   IVEN8 JNO.   PHILBERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room is unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout wltli hot
water.
TyE  BEST OF   MEALS  AND  ATTENTION.
���TRY���
Banff
Sanitarium
this  winter.     Sulphur  Springs  and  unexcelled   accommodations.     Rates   $2.50
per day  ano up.
Corrt-spondouce lnvltod and cheerfully  answered.
Call on or write
S. J. COYL.K, J. MOR,
J   A. ERICKSON, PropHetor.
Telephone, 250.    Opposite Court Rout*
and Poatofflce. Nelson. B. C.
Qtieen's Hotel
Baker street, Nelson. B. c, -__���
RATES $2 PER  DAY
Large   and   f-omlortabte   Bedroomi end Firat-
Uui Diniuk Room.
MRS. E. C. CLARKE, Proprietress.
Bartlett   House
GEO. W. BARTULTT,
Proprietor.
Best Dollar-a-Day House In Nelson.
Th. Bar ls the Finest.
White   Help Only Kmplaajed
losepblne Bt.
Nelson. B.<:.
Royal Hotel
MKH.W1U.MM  ROBKRT&4
rsormirrREs0*
AM. Y. A..Vrtn-*onvor.
I) r a . N.-1---111
Chinaware
WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL 8ALE
OF CHINA TEA AND DINNER
SETS   FOR   A   FEW   DAYS.
From $10 to $25.
Old Curiosity Shop
Rntea fl und $1.50 a Day.
Speoial Rates to Retaralar Boarders-
SAMUEL  A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
All Kinds nf Heating Plants ln Stock.
SANITARY   ri.TJMBINO.
Victoria SL, Nr. Onera House.      Tel. 181.
VV.   Q.    OIULETT
Contniotor   nnd
Hull-**-.
ft-ile agent lor lhe Porto Kit o UHDMf C%* Ltd..
r-irtftll ynnln Rough ��ml i1r**-*m*.l lumbt-r, tntn-il
work nn<l bracket!*, Ootut 'Ml. i\ti'l "hlttglm, r-aub
and doors*. Cemeut. brick ami Ume |or aale.
Antumatit' t-rlitili-r
Yard and laniory: Vernon Ht.. tv-t or Hal)1
r-*i-fti.*HO.*N.  li. G.
P   O. Box B9 Uicpuoii.* 111, -
Ine uaily Canadian
wm_mm___________,,_. ....���,,___
If  Your  Eyes Trouble   You
*
We can give you per
feet examintion,  glasses  and  fittings  at  moderate
'��      ,  prices and  guarantee satisfaction.
7 We grind our own lenses.
J. O. PATENAUDE
Watchmaker and Optician
MANUPAC1 IKIM1
JEWBLUBR
Mid-Winte*
Clearing
Sale
Bargains in all lines
of Dry Goods. Millinery  and  Ladies*
Ready-to-Wear
Clothing.
MEAGHER & CO.
Sec Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 800
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.]
Easy Terms.
.......Jim ;��i**1
Corner of Stanley nnd Victoria Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
II. Osborne, Seattle; Rev, E. St. G.
Smyth, Trail; C. Varcoe, Rossland; J.
M. Cameron, Grand Forks; Miss E. Williams, Kdgwood.
H. E. Ooadsdaile & _���
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
PETERSON PIPES
$1.50 to $10.00.
Welcome Nugget Smoking
Tobacco.
ALL BFANDS OF CIGARS.
ueen Cigar Store
BUSH  4  MATT HEW, Props.
*^VVS*^*��VVV'VVVS*AAA*��-VVA>*'
We bave just jeceived a shipment of Heinz Goods iu following Hue.
14-oz.  llottle   Sour   Mixed   Tickles.
14-oz.  Bottle Sweet  Mixed  Pickles.
14-oz. llottle Gherkins Pickles.
Pint Bottle Ki tchup.
I. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BLOCK.
a^tjr.    Vsrnon and Ward   StrttetH
IS3USC*4,.S.O,
T. 10. Airey. 8-Mlle; A. W. Davis. Sandon; W. Zwlcky, KuBlo; G. B. O'Brien,
Ashland; .1. M. Cameron, Ferguson; J.
N, Campbell, Winnipeg; it. Bell, Salmo;
T. II C. Martin. It. L. Phillips, .1. K.
Clark. Vancouver; Mrs. C. T. Mitchell.
Grand Forks; G. Stokes, F. Estley.
Nicola.
GRAND CENTRAL,.
Mrs. Johnstone. RevelBtoke; F. D.
Payne, P. Campbell, W. Wbitley, J,
Murray. Koch Siding; .1. C. McLean anal
wife, Miss W'asdon. Miss Anderson. Calgary; T. Russell, Phoenix: S. Illaiock.
Brie; W. .1. Daniel. \V. R. Tucker, Salmo
G. Kerr. Winnipeg; 10. M. Carter. Green-
waaaid; \V. A. Shllliootl and wife, Boundary Falls; C. D, Ogilvte, w. Calller, 1S-
Mlle.
QUEENS.
Mrs. Fournter, O. 11. Burden, Craw-
tor Bay; \V. Robinson, Woodstock; D.
MoDougal,     Crey  creek;     C.   W.   Kidd,
Winnipeg;  F. Trimm, .1. Watson, Bpo-
kane;    S.   Taylor.   Rossland,    G.    W'a-ll-
wood  anal  wife, Grand   Forks.
TIUOMONT.
II. Welby, G. Giant, Trail; .1. Murdoch
I.. Ma-Nabla, Grand Forks; G. Ila-rring.
RevelBtoke; M li. Kidder, Balmo; G. II.
Watson; Ainsworth; K. Stevens, Sandon; II. ESpsteln, W. Patterson, Van
couver; W. A. Kearns, Ottawa; Mrs.
.]. Pok, W. Menzle, Kaslo; G. A. Johnson, Spokane; a. C. Starner, Butte; ,',.
W. Shldeler, S. Dokens. II. Davis, Hrant*
lord.
ROYAL.
.1. Shearer, High River; D. S. Husband, Say ward; K. M. .lames, 10-Mile;
1'. Stalvis, J. Kaugobi, Slocan.
ISAItTr.lCTT.
.1.   Had ley, IS.   Miillllis.   D.   White,   Salmo; 11. Taylor, K. l.uffln. Rossland; W\
Cree,   Nakusp;   F.  Staffer, Alnswortb;
s. Waters, Blythe; 11. Pavele, BlueBelL
Boy Now
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let us show you
thorn. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
WOLVERTON&Co
BAKER   8T.
Chest Protector or Chamois Vest
We have several different lain,Is and we sadl nono that wo cannot honestly recommend.
We wish ,0 reduce our large sloe' and will give the public, the advantage of a 20 per cent, discount on ail purchases during the next two
weeks  PRICES FROM  50c.  UPWARD.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
University Club.
The postponed .Iannary meeting ot
the University Club will be held in the
11 ustees' room of I be public school on
Baturday night at 8.S0. Rev. F. II. Graham will read a paper on "The Modernists."
Conservative   Executive.
A meeting of the executive committee
uf the Liberal Conserva tive Association
of Nelson is called for tomorrow afternoon at f> o'clock in the olllce ���>! President it. s. Lennie, for the transaction
of important business.
Metals and Stocks.
Silver recovered three points on i ach
metal market today, the New York
price bv Ing now ot\ cents. Thr London
lead quotation remains stationary at
614, Ts.. Bd. Granby has grown much
.inner and It. 0. Copper has fallen one
point
s. o. E.
The regular meeting of the Nelson's
Queen lodge, S. 0, _., will be hold in
the K. of P, hall tonight al 7.30, After
the disposal of business there will be a
social evening during which there will
be a presentation of a past president's
jewel.
Candidate   Called   Away.
Dr. Arthur received this morning a
sudden request for his services at Tarry
Siding, and has in consequence spent
election day out of town. He expects
to reach the city before the polls close.
His return to the school board, however.
is conceded.
Election   Day.
The day has passed off very quietly.
There is considerable interest taken in
the municipal elections but it is personal
not partisan and creates no temptation
to disorder. The polls will close at 7
o'clock; the results in the west ward
should bo known shortly after 8, and in
the east half an hour later.
Synod   Eexecutive.
The executive committee of the synod
of the Diocese of Kootenay was in session in this city Tuesday and Wednesday and transacted a lot of important
business. The members present from
out of town were Ven. Archdeacon Heer,
Kaslo; Rev. 11. Steel, Grand Forks;
Rev. K. A. St. G. Smyth, Trail; Rev. C.
C. Procunler, Revelstoke. and C. A.
Cock, Cranbrook.
Mayor Taylor in Office.
His Worship Mayor Taylor was formally sworn in this afternoon, the oath
being administered by W. EL Wasson,
,1. P. He and the new aldermen*, will
visit the power plant Saturday morning
in company with the city engineer and
electrician and representatives of the
A11 is-Chalmors-mullock company. The
date of the first meeting of the new
Council is fixed by statute for the Monday following election day. At its first
meeting tho council of i&ok, besides tho
ordinary work of organizing committees
and-planning the work of the year, will
tickle the city's two most urgent problems, the power plant and tho public
school.
"B."  Co. Association.
The officers of "ii." Company, R. M.
H��� for 1908, are: President, Sorgt.
Teague; vice president, Corp- Lawrence
Secretary-treasurer, Bergt EH very; management committee, Lieut. Partington.
Pte. King, Pte. Robinson: rnnge committee, Capt. Carrie. Corp. Qunn, Pte.
Crowther;    auditor,    Lieut.    Anderson
Geo.  P.  Player
Accountant
LATE ACCOUNTANT AT HALL MINING  &   SMELTING   CO.
Office   Roo-ri  No.   2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
F. C. GREEN       r. P. BURDEN        A. H.GREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
C'vil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
C0R.VICT0RIA & KOOTENAY STS.. NELSON. B. C
P. 0. Box 145   Phaaot 2tt B.
WANTED
\y ANTE!' -Bull lla.y.    Apply Haime Hutel.
llfANTKK -aiataaal baaaalaaa-*.. J.raa.lua.eraa taa wrlta-
,, In.uranOfl a���l Hii klla.if, aaf IIvl* Htaaa'tt
aazalaast il,���alla lra,m may ,-aatia.a-. Hrl.l.h Amerla-aaaa
Live Hlaaa-k A_K���*.|Htln>l. V.rii-aaaaver, B ,:.. or
W. J. Walker, Hume Hotel, Naalaaoia.
rANTKD.   "Ilia... BukiT  Hlra-ajl   gram,,,! floor
preferred.   it*ax i(*'i <���,,,,,,.i,���,,
w
TO  RENT.
Six-koomki) BOttgB, fornUhctdor turJurnlsb-
i'i      Apply tn J.   I'nn'-y. '���"! ii' i   . union   mul
Ji.Fi'-phliia Htn-QtH.
TO LKT
l-'IKNIHIIKI)   BOOM���Good   location.     Aalalrcia
it. I.ally t.'alaaa.llull
TWO KIK8T-*;i,Aa-S  KaauMH   uuu h.-.ali-al.    Ap-
Talv hoaa.rkwaw*r Hra, n.l. K   W. O hlaaek
L08T.
I08T���A   NtmOKI-   TIN    at Ihi   liluihi.rnai.il'*.
.   ball  luaat lalKlat.     Klia.laT plt>K.e  return  to
utllaaeol Uualiaan'fl bay Htore.^1.      *"* i
ORANGES
Sweet and Juicy
Oranges ara* b*'ttt*r now tlian at  any
other sa-ason  of the year.
Appetizing,   delicious  healthy  food.
All Prices  25c   to  60c  per
dozen.
C. A. Benedict
Corner Silica and Josephine Sta.
PHONE 7
JARDINIERES
Wa* hav,- just passed into stock a very
handsome line of Jardinieres.
GLAZED JARDINIERES.
In a rich deep brown, anal rich tasteful decoration
7 inches  high $1.65 each
8 inches  high $2.25 each
9 inches  high $2.95 each
10 inches  high $3.90 each
12 inches   high $6.00 each
In delicate light green shades, dainty
lloral decorations, raised,  in white and
lighi  tints.
7 inches   high $2.25   each
8 inches   high $2.95  each
9 inches   high $3.90 each
10   inches   high $4.95   each
GREEN   MATT JARDINIERES.
Plain.   No   decoration.  Four  different
shapes,
7 Inches  high $1.75  each
8 inches   high $2.75  each
9 inches  high $3.50  each
10  inches  high $4.75  each
The beauty of these Jardinieres can
only he adequately appreciated by seeing them.
They are displayed ln our window for
a day or two.
W. G. Thomson
$???ilVi-lR ""1   Nelson, B. C.
PhoiT .-t-4.
The association is now in excellent condition thank.s to the able support of
Capt. Stewart and his brother officers,
and to the zeal of the late president,
Q. M. Sergt. Steel, it is the aim of the
association to make the company attractive by gymnastics, dancing and other
features, besides the regular weekly
drill.
Mining Institute.
The members of the newly organized
Western Branch of the Canadian Mining Institute spent this morning in conference at lhe court house. A paper
was read by "W. A. Davidson of tho ths
Western Canadian Collieries oompany,
dealing'with the utilization of refuse
and coal washing and the resulting improved quality of coke, with special
leferenbe to the work of tlie company's
plant Lille. It was an Interesting paper and was followed by an equally Interesting discussion which covered
nearly the whole Held of the production
of coal and manufacture of coke. This
afternoon the members visited the plant
of the Canada Zinc company. The convention will close tonight with a grand
ball   in   the   Hume   hotel   at   which   tho
Nelson members ot the institute will be
the hosts.
NEW  COAL   DEPOSITS.
Geographical Survey Department's Finds
In  BuiHey Valley.
Ottawa. Jan. If!.���Tho summary of the
report of the geological survey for tho
past year has been presented to parliament, it is a record of exploratory
work conducted by officers of Ihe survey In every part of Canada during last
summer's  season.
('oai was found in a number of places
along Lake Lahargt*, Lewis River, the
Teslin and both Salmon rIVers. Coal
disc.ivories are also reported by \V. W,
Leach, who spent   the summer In   Hulk
Land
Houses
Lots
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Whiilt-Mllf   Hill!     lii-lilll    I'r-llr:-   Ul
Fresh and Salted Meats
I   Real Estate Agent
315 Baksr 8t, Nelson, B. C, I
CanipH supplied on shortest notice ami
lowest price. Nothing but   fresh and
wholesome meats and supples kept in BfeOOk
Mnil orders reoeive careful attention
E.  C.   TRAVES    Manager.
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A   NICE   LOT  OF CHINA   CAB
INETS  JUST   IN.    PRICE
FROM $22.00 AND UP.
jStandard Furniture Co.!
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Complete House Furnishers.
Undertakers and  Embalmers.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Kootenay Ice,   Frosts.
Fuel Co.
and
OFFICII T
N. E. oo,. Baker   and   Ward   St..
To Whom it May Concern:
Take notice that J. L. Warner i.s nol
now and has nol laa-a-n sine.-,* the iMii
day of November last employed by *.'
In any way conna.cta'd with the Bradley
Engineering and Machinery Co. of
Spokane, Washington.
NICKERSON, Ihe Jeweiery Manii'actur
er*a Agent will sell you goods from samples at 25 per cent, less than regular
prices direct from the factaaria'S, in 8
days from order. Everything in the
line.   Order now.
ley Valley. 11. t\ Th.. seams
from four to sa-ven fa.a-i anal the
of very high grade.
PERSONAL.
axta nil
the
a.  w.  Davis, of Bandon,   i
Hume.
Rev. E. A. Sl. CL Smyth. Anglican
rector of Trail, was ln the city yester-
day.
II. BeU, of Salmo, Is at the lliimi-.
T. 10. Alley, of B-Mile point, was in
the city yesterday.
W. 10. Zwickey, manager of the llam-
blor-Carlboo anal Krao mines, arrived
from Spokane last night aud is attending lhe mining institute meetings today,
"Terrible Turk" Beaten.
Grand Rapids, Mich.. .Ian. IB.���Charles IlackeiiKchtnlall, of Iowa, defeated
All Manogoff, "lhe terrible Turk," ln
two straight falls before a large 01-OWd
at the Olympic last night. llackan
sehmlilt secured the Brat fall in thirteen minutes, anal the second In twenty-
seven minutes. Both were the reBull of
a crotch hold and half Nelaon.
Shipa in Distress.
San Franclscaa, .Ian. 1,1.���A search for
va'SHols that may he in distress will ho
Instituted hy Revenue Collector MoCul-
lough, pursuant to Orders rrom Washington. The entire a'aausl trorp Hun
Diego to Urltlsh Columbia will ho covered.
"Irrational" of Course.
New York, Jan.  IB.��� August   Wel,her,
ihe former Thaw in,ih*,-, who yesterday
testified to vuriaius Inelda-nts In the life
of Harry K. Thaw during 1908, was recalled to the witness stand when the
trial was opened today.    He waB aslaeal
hy Mr,   Littleton   of   tiaa.   defense,  if
Thaw's actions, as he Observed then,
while employed in the VV'ashingiaau anal
Philadelphia homes, impress,.al him as
rational or Irrational. "Irrational," replied the witness promptly. District
Attorney Jerome then began his cross-
examination.
WATOIC5
USEFUL GIFTS^  Ij
doubly appreciated,
exhibiting a Una of
BEAUTIFUL   SILVERWARE
r"'' <ii" i -i table ai tempting i���
Combs .'un! Brushes, i*,,rr Boxes
Trays, llat Brushes, Hand Min, ,.
'l'h,- a-aaiia-aiiaan is remarkably extai
anal attractive.
J.J. WALKER
Jeweller   -and Optician.
Mail   orders   promptly   attended  to
JA
09
STARKEY & CO]
Wholeanle   *-*-r���>vl*,l<>n��.
*"*rocl��-Jt-:��-;-
Hruit.
o*av*-r������aent Dreamery One-Found lsna-ks reoefTS* weekly freah fnam *a
churn.     VOX side by all leading grocers
Office anal wareha.n..a* |  Houston Block,     Pnone 79
Josephire Street.        ...        Nelson. B.C.
Syndl
Tl
toi.
A   reciprocity     of     good     ui.-h. -
wish yi,ii a  Bappi  New  .Tear, .*,
lei-l   you    wish    iih    thi-    sam
wihh for something else, and that:
th" opportunity "f proving tu ;���
exceptional raJues of *>ur Readj ���
Shi's   ami   OTOrCOatS,     In   mai. n.^
st j I--,   ht   and   IlnlKh   we   defy r<".
tlon, and our new  Htix-k  Ineludi-
Of  ih'    V' ry   latest  and iiiom   ! ���
fabrt. t and deeJftns. You'll find
money will buy better goods hau
elsewhere.
pro pa
have i
assnn
ins tt
Brttss
the tt
the tf
J. A. QIUKEIi
struct
quest!
s met
will i
Ths
st******
We w.aulil Ilka- to sa-a. all our patra.n.** comfortable Ihls winter and In oni'
do sai wa* hava* in staaa-k tha- best assaart ed line of heating stoves anal ca*,
stova's an.l  ranges ever before presented to the pobllo in Kootenay.
neari]
The
cordif
that i
Wo would be pleased to show  y..u    our Una' anal laefore making '..ur     affect
Chine
not b
cha-ae kinally see what we have taa aifer.
J. Ho Ashdown Hardware *
Company, Limited.
Nel.o-5-,1*.*.
FOR  MEIN!
WATERMAN    FOUNTAIN    PENS.
GILLETT   SAFETY      RAZORS.
G. B.  D.  PIPES  AND  SMOKERS'   ARTICLES.
FITTED    BAGS   AND   SUIT   CASES   AT
R. H.  EWERT
JEWELER    AN     DENGRAVER.
-serioii
Tot
ia res
-.ton I*
-easln,
We   carrj-   cvcrytliing   in  the
line of
CHOCOLATES
From  40c. to $1 per lb.
Choquette Bros*
Phone 258. THE  Unto Date  Baker.
YOU   WILL   LIKE   THE  TASTE.
YOU   WILL   LIKE  THE  PRICE.
Alberta Creamery butter In 31b., 7 Ib.
and 14 lb. blocks at 870 per paaund.
For Sale at
Joy's Cash Grocery
Cor. Josephine and MIMh sis.
Fr-ait!
N-ats!
Boror
the Ji
_�����
Candies^'
minis
was .
woi
SHEILED ALMONDS J'
SHELLED WALNUTS   Euro!
Filberts. Almonds. Walnuts, l!,'-;HNj)
l'h.���sinuiK. Appl.' cider, Nnrlh,.in the fl
appl,...   Ilnldwin  Apples,  .lap    Oiaf-'^^g
KigB, large layer, California   I
and Malaga Crapes.
A large assortment of Xmas
Wholesale and retail prices perau
two c
���my
tlon ,
ere*
UtHMU
S, H. Seane]
I'hone 20a. r.08',4 Tlak.r
NELSON. B. C.
WE CAN
SUPPLY
all yon- wants lu
COAL SCUTTLES,
COAL SH0VEL8,
SNOW SHOVELS,
AND OTHER
SEASONABLE GOODS.
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M
Wood-Vallance   Hardware  CoH
woteli
Nevi
time
to or
The
oomi
m
Wholesale
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