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 lALCVON LITHIA WATER. Nothing
so bracing and Invigorating.
i  little  better than  most mineral
|tels, and  its  medicinal    properties
; effective.
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Will be delivered    every evening    at
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SO  CsLL-UVX-S  A   -VIOINTI-I
H-UMB  2.     No.   217
SECOND UNIT
Enabling Nelson to
Borrow More
���VISIONS IN DETAIL
Ination of Requirements of New
benture Issue and the City's
Financial Position
cltj   ..I"  Nelaon  is   practically as*
ol   liaing  granted   by   the  provlu-
leglslature    tin-    neei'ssary   extendi Its I..arrowing powers to enahla-
Iralse   by   an   Issue   of  dt.-lienlures
tu  Install   a second   unit of its
power   plant.
lull granting such extension Ib on
through   the   various   stages   of
.0   consideration,   ll   has   been
,.1  l.y   the  government, and   will
|lit<*,lly   become  law.    A   provision
111  attached   that  It  can   become
.-  only   on   pnaelaination   of   the
anl gi.vern.jr-ln-eiililia-il. Meau-
��� cltj must give notice of the
-,! new Issue to all its present
olders. wim are then allowed rea-
|l-   Ume to Hla' aabjectlains with  the
11 ii.��� -ia'.     If  any   are   received   Hull tae allowed to reply, and when
..-iiiiii. nt is satisfied, the proela-
lit uill ha* issued.
|iha. necessity for tlie seoond unit
Is  110  iloiiht   In   any   one's mind
present   single   unit  Installer
11..    city   is   in   this   position,   tha*,
Baking of  any   repairs,  whleh
....tin-   iieliossaij   from   lime   to
: th.- plant must be shut down, and
iiiitiitiiani a- ail lhe service of light
,wer Is made possible only by fa-
11   th.-   U.st   Koolenay   Power   &
Company.       However     fairly   or
generously    that     company   may
ai Ii  tbe  city,  the  position la uot
iciory.      The purpose of the con-
lon of tha. plant  wat to attain in
i. nee In respect of these two Ber*
I mil an auxiliary service owned
.1.'nailed   by  the     city   Is     avail
ihat Independence is not achlev-
'.. the new burden to be ini|H>sed
lhe   property  owners  of  the city.
lalyals   of   the     situation    bIiowb
'������   *   is uo ground for alarm.    The
��� tit   bonded   Indebtedness   is
M(>0,000,  the  sale  of  the  school
lures   will   Increase   thai   mm   by
anil Ibe sale of the new power
;. benturea   will   bring   the   total
������������ $,',uu,u00.    Hut this  bonded  In*
In. ss   is   nominal.   There   should
ducted  lhe umount of the monej
|il    provided by means of thcslnk-
1..1I for its redemption,     in fact
'll.' city  first  aska'.l of tin-  govern*
was an amendment to the Hani-
Clauses  .\at   legalising such  ro*
hi Hail ihat been granted the ap
1..11 for Inoreased borrowing pow-
ould have been nnneoeasary. But
11. > Ueiural Bowser preferred
��l provision for Nelson's need to
1. ml change which mlghl Snoour
torrowlng by other municipalities
11.*...us Indebtednen has not been
pi.I hy wastefulness or extrava*
The money borrowed has been
fl on steets which are necessary,
water, sewer and light and
stems, all of which are prolll-
. -iina-nts and will become more
��� .is   lhe   city   grows.
'im-   that   Nelson's   tax  rale   is
|. probably considerably above'lln-
��� of ailher laiwiiB of Western Can
I'M   it   Is   equally   true that   tlie
 nt nu.. in proportion to value
If."     below       the    average.    A   ro-
btrnenl  of assessment  nnd taxation
|M make no difference to tin- proper-
iwners  in   th.. amouni  to  be paid,
li  would give the  city's financial
'"" a much more ravornhlc appeal*
to    outsiders.      Such a    rcudjust-
1   II  i:* understood. Is conleniiilata.il
Iti"   present council.
ATHLETIC   WAR.
lericans   Will   Protest   Against   Ton
Ingboat's Entry for Olympic Games.
sw York. Pel,. 19.���There seems lo
w'i'.v prospect of trouble between
"l.i ;iii. 1 Uu, United States over lhe
"I'lp' games In London next sum's is now said that the Dominion
iiiiiunt expects to appropriate |s0,-
1,1  send   tu,  athletic   team  to  take
'   In   the   games   und   lt   Is   farther
that Tom   Longboat,   the  Indian
distance  runner,  will   surely  be a
'"pit of   the   team.       There  ls    no
1    'hut    Iho      Americans      would
nptly   in,,   a   protest   against   Long
us he is under suspension  hy  the
['''Ur alhli.tic union on a chargo  of
"���'"1'ii.ullsni,   and   If   he   is   allowed
'"iilii't,, no American athlote would
allowed   to  lake  part  In  any event
which   he   was   entered   Including
the Marathon race. Hie greatest contest
of ih��� meeting.   11 is said thai in an ex-
l",",'" ***** " ntlre American team
might   even   In-  withdrawn     from     the
games although ibis is not considered
llka.ly.
Prospects for Settlement  Brighter.
Vienna, Bleb. IS. -While s.-ml-oiiiciai
assurances are given here thai tha prospects are brighter faar amicable settlement of the dlfflculUes arising out of
the Austrian railroad troubles through
mutual concessions, ia.,th ihe Austrian
and Russian governments are seriously anxious that. ther.. shall be no dls-
turbancs of ,!,.* I*uersz|ag agreement
It. is declared in Anglo-Russian diplomatic circles that a satisfactory ar*
rangament is still |_ distant, a prom-
member of the Austria,, parliament
���peaking of the political situation said:
"Influential circles here accuse Baron
Von Arenthal or having brought an in
di'sa-riliable element of disquietude into
Austria's Balkan policy. I can only for-
sim. a serious ministerial crisis which
mlghl help bury Austria's activity in the
Balkans for good. In any case I do nol
believe that there would be any serious
external oompHoation.**
Racquet   Finals.
Boston, Feb. 19.���The competition in
the last preliminary round of the national amateur racquet championship had
narrowed down to eight men when play
was start,-tl on the course of the tennis
und racquet club toiltay. having four
matches before the semifinal stnga. is
reached. Former champions figured
in each of the day's contests, the lirst
on tlie card being Qiiincy A. Shaw, Jr.,
or this city, vs. tha- pra-sent national
champion. Reginald It. Flnck. of New
York. The other three matches of the
day were between former champion
Payne Whitney of New York anal 11.
Boylston aif this city, II. F. McCormack
of Chicago and Pa-rcy D. Hutchinson,
of Bosion, former champion, and L.
Waterbuiy of New Y'ork. another cham-
plon, anal  N.  I).  Scott of this city.
FIRM FOR SIJPRESSION
Government   Will   Not   Even   Admit  the
Principle  That  Witnesses  Must
Answer  Questions.
Ottawa, Fob. 19.���The manner in
which the public accounts committee
Is coniluctcd by the present government was tha* subject of a debate a.n
resolutions, the effect of which was thai
Witnesses before that committee shoiilal
be compelled to answer questions put
to them, lt was polnta-d oni that witnesses repeatedly refused to answer
questions aud nre sustained h.v the government's majority, but perjury has
bean frequent and there Is no attempt
to deal with witnesses who swear falsely.
Incldenally, Wm. German, Wailantl.
agreed wltli the contention of the oil-
position and declared that it would be
batter lhat witnesses should answer
all questions If only for the fact that
when they did not answer It only
bnmghl further trouble. Another notable Instance of the exta-nt tha- government is prepared to go in swallowing
Ilia*   proposals   ail'   the  opposition   which
bave I n  vaaled daiwn mercilessly, and
so perhaps propitiate the west, lies
in  Ihe  resolution  of  which   Hon.   Frank
Oliver has given notice thai grants of
land will be at the disposal aif volunteers of the South African war who
win., residents of Manitoba and tin'
Northwest Territories.
It was BOine days ago tha- public accounts committee vota.ai against allowing Mr. Poster to bring betore the
house its action in refusing to allow
him taa produce certain letters ss evidence in 1'iiqulry into the Ontario Bub-
Target company. As a sequel to this 11.
Blain, Peel, moved a resolution ibis afternoon lha' .''ny action of'lhai majority
aif public accounts committee in excluding evidence or restraining Inquiry
should he subject to 1111 appeal to the
house anal upon request fur that purpose necessary the report of proceed-
ings ought Immediately to hi' ordered,
Sir Wilfrid Laurier opposed ihe resoiulion which he said might he made
Ineffective by one member dissenting
from the ivsi or tin. committee.
k l. Borden said there was only one
case slnci. 1896 where an appeal lo the
lianise hail 1 n refused. The opposition was noi , tending for 8 departure
trom precedent and nfie hut rather
strict adherence to the same. Mr. Bennett said no committee of the house aie-
oupied so much <>r the attention or the
, p|,. ns Ihe public accounts.    Proceed
Ings dealt with the dishonest expenditure and it wns ln the Interests or
the people thai Ihey should know
wh.r.. ibair money was going, but. Inquiry was denied by the government
I lim. ti. l'S Foster gave Instances In
whiiii questions had been refused. Mr.
Fielding said the majority ruled nnd  if
thai majority became too arrogant they
wen- directly responsible to the people
for their actions.
M" MaoLean, Lunenburg, said it was
onlj fair thai there Should be some restrictions as to tbe nilinlssiibilliy of evidence Be admitted thai in certain cases the minority should have a right
of appeal to the house.
NELSON. B. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY J9. *908.
F_U'V UflVli A MONTH
CREDIT IS GOOD
  t
New Canadian Loan Well
Received
v
SUBSCRIPTIONS  BRISK
London Market Thinks Well of Dominion Security���Canada From
Ocean to Ocean
Montreal. Feb. 19.���A London special
cable says Mubscrlptions for the new
Canadian government $11Ta.000.000 loan
have been coming in briskly at the
Bank of Montreal today. The total up to
the present lime is quite up to expectations  but  the  list  is  not  yet closed.
Perth, Ont, Feb. 19.���The county of
Lanark has never had a coat of prms
until now. At the November session of
the caiuncii the matter was brought up,
with the result that the design was prepared, and has been accepted. The artist was Miss Michell, and so acceptable
was her design that it was decided to
adopt It as the coat of arms for the
county. It Is the Canadian shield surmounted bv a beaver, with a maple leaf
occupying a place in the lower portion
of the shied. In the centre is a rose,
thistle and shamrock, while in a circle surrounding the shield ia the motto
integrity, Intelligence and Industry.'
wiih the words "County Lanark" and
the   figures   "1842,"  the date when  the
county of Lanark waa incorporated
as such. It has been pronounced by all
Who hava- seen the drawing as uot onl>
very appropriate but the work is of
a high order, and at the meeting of the
council a vote of thanks was tendered
to Miss Micbell for her kindness in preparing   the   drawing.
Toronto, Feb. 19.���Referring to the
threatened withdraws' of the American
team from the Olympic games if Tom
Longboat enters, deputy chief Stark
who Is a member of the Olympia committee for Canada, said lt would be
time enough for protest to be taken
when Longboat Is chosen if be qualifies
as a competitor. The Olympic coni-
mittee ls responsible to the English
committee for the amateur standing of
all competitors sent and the Canadian
committee will be absolutely sure of
their ground before letting Longboat
or anybody else go. Stark added with
some emphasis that Canada was
not Interfering in any way with what
the United States committee was doing.
Toronto, Feb. 19.���Tlie Ontario
branch of the Dominion Alliance, which
meets In annual convention In a few
davs. will demand of the Ontario gov-
ernment Immediate enactment of a law
abolishing bars and making the treating system a criminal  offense.
Cobalt, Feb. 19.���Joseph Mlbeault is
dead from Injuries received by a tree
fulling on hlni while engaged In wood
chopping ln the bush. He was 42
years of age. He leaves a wife and four
small children.
Kingston. Feb. 19.���An English immigrant named Turner, being deported
from Toronto, jumped from a train
at Sharbot Lake Junction this morning
and was terribly crushed. He will likely die.
Essex, Feb. J,*.���Weary of lifo Geo.
Burling, sixty years old, shot himself
through the head this nuarning and ts
not expected to live. Ills life has been
one of constant struggle against hardships.
Wallaceburg, Ont., Feb. 19.���Flre last
night destroyed the block occupied by
the Lewis Dye Works. Collins' confectionery,   and   Greenbay's   second   hand
store.
Windsor, Feb. 19.���Hon. Dr. Rename,
minister ot public works in tbe Ontario
government Wtl unanimously chosen
by the Conservatives for the next provincial election.
Toronto, Feb. 19���Two of the commissioners of the Toronto license board
have resigned because of the action of
the city council In cutting off Ihlrly-
four   licenses.
Port Arthur, Feb. 19.���Dr. Pringle. C.
P. R. doctor nt Schreiber. was found
dead In bed this morning.
WILL EXPROPRIATE STANDARD.
German   Government   Wants   Monopoly
of   Oil   and   Acohol.
Berlin. Feb. 19.���The Imperial treasury department Is considering the possibility of u government petroleum monopoly. No decision has yet heen reach
od, hut the experts continue to study
for the taking over of the Standard
Oil company's business In Germany as
well as thnt of Its Roumanian companies.    Herr   Vou   Zedlitz,   leader of  the
free conservatives ln the Prussian diet,
who has made a special study of the
subject. Bays the empire would have
lo make an Initial outlay of $18,000,000
for oil plants, tanks, tank steamers aud
cars, but that yearly proflta of from
f 10.000,000 to $12,500,000 could be expected. The baron Ib of the opinion
that tbe government could deal successfully with the probable refusal of the
Standard company to supply crude pe-
trola-um at a reasonable rate and he
thinks the requirements of the government in American oil would be supplied
by the Texas rivals of the Standard
.  impany.
^**_**xperts have found that the oils of
' <ianfa. Galicia and Russia cannot
a ��� .>d successfully with the burners
geO >ly employed In Germany without considerable mixture of American
petroleum, consequently the projected
monopoly must Include the buying of
ever two hundred thousand tons of American oil a year. A state monopoly
in  alcohol  is also under consideration.
AMERICAN      RELEASED.
His Only Crime Was Being Husband of
Lady     Revolutionist.
Odessa. Feb. 19.���Dr. Dubouchet, the
American citizen who was arrested recently fn Odessa on the charge of being connected with the revolutionary
organization, was released this afternoon but was ordered to leave Russia
within ten days.
When Dubouchet was taken Into custody, the police refused him permission
to consult the American consul. The
matter was then taken up by Ambassador Riddle at SL Petersburg and the
foreign offlce permitted the prisoner to
talk with the representative of his country, who soon secured his  release.
Dr. Dubouchet probably will Join his
wife in Switzerland. She Is a Russian
woman of noble birth who, lt has been
declared, spent a large portion of her
fortune ln aiding the Russian revolutionary movement. Dr. Dubouchet, who
lived in Odessa for a number of years,
was arrested on order of the Governor^
General because of his prominent professional and  social  position.
BRITISH LEAVING TIBET
Troops   Are   Withdrawn   from   Chumbi
Valley as Act of Good Will
Towards China.
Pekln. China.Feb. 19.���The final signing of the Anglo-Chinese treaty concerning Tibetan trade haa been delayed by differences which have arisen
oever   several   minor   points.
The British legation here, however,
have informed China that the British
troops who have been stationed ln the
Chumbi valley, in Tibet, are being
withdrawn, and this movement to evacuate Tibet before the signing of the
treaty Ib interpreted as an act of good
will, the purpose of which ls to facilitate an agreement
The Dalai Lama, the ruler of Tibet,
who fled from Lhassa when the British
troops under Col. Younghusband entered that city In 1904. Is expected soon
at Wu Tai in Shansi province, where
there is a Buddhist monastery. An
envoy of the Dalai Lama has come to
Pekln and has presented the greetings
of the Tibetan nation to the representatives of the powers here.
MEETING  OF  PRESBYTERY.
Second  Day's Sessions-Address by Rev.
Dr.   Shearer   Tonight.
The opening meeting of the Kootenay Presbytery held last evening was
the occasion of a profoundly Interesting address on the rise of Japan and
the general awakening of the Orient,
delivered by Rev. A. Kenmuir. of Slocan City. Mr. Kenmuir considers China
on the eve of a period of tremendous
growth and development, the power resulting from which may constitute a
serious menace to the western world.
The awakening, he said. Is due chlefb
to Japan und It is associated with deep
resentment against the white race,
which, he believes, can only be allayed
by dissemination of the Christian doctrines of peace and love.
The address was followed by an Informal and very enjoyable reception by
the ladies, with an Impromptu musical
programme.
The statistics of tho diocese for the
year were presented yesterday afternoon. They were not quite complete
but were considered ln detail this
morning. This afternoon ls devoted
to discussion of home mission work
and needs, and Sunday Schools and
young  people's  societies.
This evening there will bo a conference, to whirl, the public ls cordially
Invited, on church life and work. It
will be addressed by Rev. J. G. Shearer.
D.D., secretary of the moral and social
reform committee of the Presbyterian
Church of Canada, who telegraphed
from Cranbrook this morning that he
would arrive tonight.
The subjects remaining for consideration tomorrow nre the church augmentation find, students, a theological
college at Vancouver and tho proposal
for a union of churches.
NIAGARA DANGER
Falls May Be Destroyed
by Power Schemes
BRITISH EXPERT'S VIEW
Dr. W. J. Spencer, Retained by Canadian Government, Estimates
Effect of Proposed Use
Washington. Feb. 19.���Dr. W. J.
Spencer, the British scientist commissioned by the geological survey of Canada, to investigate the Niagara Falls
problem, discussed today the effect of
the utilization of its water by power
plants upon Its scenic beauty. At the
instance of the American civic federation. Dr. Spencer has appeared before
the bouse, rivers and harbors committee and presented data concerning
the petition of the Ontario Power company for a franchise. To develop this
power would require 40,000 cubic feet
of water per second, which, Dr. Spencer contends, ls from twenty to twenty-
five per cent, of the discharge of Niagara River and would greatly impair
the characteristics of the whirlpool rapids, lower the river bed up to the falls,
break up the surface rock at the foot
of the American falls and Goat Island
and thereby cause a more rapid recession of the horseshoe.
"At the beginning of these rapids Is
marked by a rim over which the flow
of water ls already thin, the diversion
ofwater would destroy about 600 feet
of flow on the eastern side of the great
Horseshoe and break up the American
Falls Into separated streams. The total
length of both falls will be contracted
roughly from four thousand feet to sixteen hundred feet and the diameter of
the falls from 1.200 to 800. This diversion of the water will produce a horseshoe, such that what remains will be
entirely on the Canadian side of the
boundary   line."
He argued that the lowering of the
water in the basin above the upper rapids would increase the slope of the
river so that the surface of Lake Erie
will be lowered by three feet which
would lower Lakes Huron and Michigan. Already, with a partial use. Lake
Erie has been lowered ten inches. This
amount of lowering includes that of the
Chicago canal which at present is taking five thousand cubic feet a second.
In connection with the calculations for
repairing the harbors and canals thus
damaged, the United States engineers
calculated that to increase the depth of
the Chicago canal even one foot would
cost over $12,000,000.
Taft in Massachusetts.
Lowell, Mass., Feb. 19.���Secretary
William H. Tart Is In Lowell today in
acceptance of nn Invitation to deliver
an address at a banquet to be given under the auspices of the Board of Trade
. of this city.
OBSOLETE VESSELS.
American Navy Department Offers Two
Old  Ships  for  Sale.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 19.���Bids
were opened at the Navy department
today for the sale of two vessels of the
United States navy that long ngo outlived their usefulness and are now destined for the junk heap. The two vessels are the civil war monitor Canonl-
cus, now at the Norfolk navy yard, and
the Pinta, at Mare Island. Of the two,
the Sanonlcus ts the only one that will
llvo ln the history of the navy. The
Pinta is interesting only as a relic of
the old navy -ays before wooden ships
had been displaced by Ironclads.
The Canonlcus has a somewhat mem-
orabli a-areer. She was built at Boston
In 18G2 and Is of 2100 tons displacement. For battery she carried two 15-
inch. smooth bora-s in her main battery,
and in her secondary battery two 12-
pounders. She was built at a cost of
about $1,000,000. In the Civil War she
wns commanded by Commander E. S.
Parrott. She was at the engagement
In the neighborhood of Dutch Gap.
when she exchanged a lively fire with
the Confederate battery at Howlett's
Point. In the Spanish war she was to
he assigned to duty as river gunboat
In Cuba. In 1904, with her sister ships,
tho Jason, Montauk, Lehigh and Na*
hunt, the Canonlcus was stricken from
the active list as having outlived her
usefulness. At the time she was appraised at $15,000. Last year tbe government refitted the famous old craft
at considerable expense for exhibition
purposes   at   Jamestown.
I. C. Decision Tomorrow.
Chicago, Feb. 19.���Leaders of both
factions among tho stockholders of the
Illinois Central Company are on edge
in anticipation of tho decision which
is to be given by Judge Ball tomorrow
In the suit Instituted by Stuyvesant
Fish and others to restralu the Harri
man faction from voting 281,331 shares
of the company's stock at the approaching annual meeting. This Is the stock
tbat was in dispute at the annual meeting last fall and the legal warfare over
which caused the meeting to adjourn
without definite result. The decision
will probably show decisively whether
the Harriman or Fish interests will
be able to control the adjourned annual
meeting, which Is set for March 2.
Autos In Difficulty.
Chicago, Feb. 19.���A despatch to the
Tribune from Michigan City, Ind., says:
"Paul Picard, In the pilot car sent by
the Chicago motor club to meet the
New York to Paris racers, reached
Michigan City yesterday afternoon after two days and a night spent in fighting the terrible roads in northern Indiana. The last 7 miles were made
through drifts in the face of a blzzard
which almost shut from view the trees
and fences along the roadside. Picard
returned to Chicago convinced that further travel was impossible until the
storm had passed. Jos. Banta driving
the Chicago automobile club pilot car,
is still fighting on. He is less than
five miles from where he was Monday
night. He is still west of Chesterton,
ln the heart of the worst blizzard that
has come to the experts, the snow drifting across  the roads fence high.
Stoessel's Sentence Tomorrow.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 19.���The court
which has been trying Lieutenant-Gen*
eral Stoessel for the surrender of
Port Arthur to the Japanese retired for
deliberation a' noon today, ordering
General Stoes.el and the other defendants in the court martial proceedings,
Generals Fo -k and Reiss, to appear
on February 20 at 11 a. m. when sentence is ex .ected to be pronounced.
Sentries have been stationed at the
doors leading to the judges' room,
which has been provided with beds,
etc., indlcr ing that the judges anticipate const lerable struggle in reaching
a   verdict.
FEELS QUITE AT RONE
Japanese  in    Vancouver    Preparing  to
Lay Out Tea Garden as irr Tokio or Osaka.
Vancouver, Feb. 19.���The B. C. Electric railway has leased three acres of
its park on Twenty-first street. North
Vancouver, to a Japanese syndicate,
represented by Rev. Goro Kahuragi, for
the purpose of creating thereon a Jap-i
auese tea garden, which will be in
every detail a faithful duplicate of the
pleasure grounds of Nippon.
The growing importance of North
Vancouver as a pleasure resort Impressed itself upon some Japanese capitalists, and acting on their behalf Mr.
Kaburagi obtained the lease which was
signed yesterday.
The B. C. Electric Railway owned 21
acres at the termluus on Lonsdale avenue, the frontage being on Twenty-
first street, and terminating on St.
George's avenue. Five acres have
been leased to the Horticultural Society
and the North Vancouver Athletic club
has another five acres, while the three
acres leased by the Japanese are at the
corner of Twenty-first street and St.
George's  avenue.
The contract calls for an almost Immediate start, and the first steps* will
be the engagement of a Japanese
landscape gardener who will bring with
him from Japan a number of native
shrubs und plants, and model the gardens on the same lines as those at
Toklo, Osaka and other points. Everything about the garden, including the
building will be of Japanese design,
and the refreshments will be served
by Japanese waitresses.
Tennessee Democrats.'
Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 19.���The members or the State Democratic executive
committee are gathering in the city for
a meeting tomorrow. At this meeting
tho manner of selecting the gubernatorial nominee ot the party wlii be determined nr.d the date tor the convention
to s.'l.-rt delegates to the national Democratic convention will he fixed. Many
or the members or the committee appear favorable to the plan of holding
delegated preliminaries in every county
on tlie same day, instead of a gubernatorial primary.
Manitoba Dairymen.
Winnipeg, Feb. 19.���The best attended convention ever held by the Manitoba Dairymen's Association assembled at tho Agricultural college here today for a two days' session. Nearly
one hundred dairymen from all parts of
the province are ln attendance. The
programme of the gathering contains a
number of Interesting features In the
way of papers, addresses and discussions on practlcnl topics of Interest to
those engaged ln the dairy Industry.
Mexicans May Import Arms.
San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 19.���A spec-
clal from 1*1 Paso says: "The Mexican
government yesterday raised the ban
against the Importation of rifles Into
that country providing the importers
can show good cause for taking them
In. Heretofore the importation has
been   absolutely   prohibited."
INSURANCE TALK
Representative of British
Companies
ADVICE TO MINISTERS
Not To Follow American Standards
or Practices���Proceedings of
Senate ud Commons
Ottawa, Feb. 19.���An inland revenue
bulletin urges that a legal standard
for condensed milk be established.
The names of E. L. Newcombe, deputy minister of justice, and E. D. j_-
fleur, K. C. Montreal, are mentioned
in connection with the vacancy in the
court caused by the death of Justice
Burbrldge.
B. Hall Brown, Montreal, manager
for the London and Lancashire Life
insurance company, was heard today
on behalf of the British life insurance
companies doing business ln Canada
before the commons banking and commerce committee, ln connection with
the government insurance bill. Brown
advocated quinquennial distribution of
profits to policy-holders and assumption of these profits as liability on new
! business from the day the bill goes
Into effect, and on old business after
1914. He opposed the statutory limitation of expenses. He submitted forms
in which he thought insurance companies' reports should be made to the
insurance department to obtain the fullest publicity. British companies had
nothing to say about the Insurance department that was complimentary. In
the United States the department had
given the companies a clean bill of
health up to the time of the Armstrong
committee of inquiry. In Canada the
Insurance department had been aware
in advance of all the Irregularity that
the royal commission had brought out,
Concluding, Brown advised the government to follow British rather than American standards ln Insurance law.
Senator T. O. Davis has given notice of a resolution in favor of enlargement of the railway commission, and
that telegraphs should also be placed
under their supervision.
Senator Power gives notice of an
amendment to the Lancaster rail crossing bill which declares that no train
shall pass a crossing la thickly settled
portions of towns or villages, at more
than ten miles an hour unless such
crossing is constructed and protected ln
accordance with directions of the railway  commission.
The opinion of the department of
justice regarding the constitutionality
of the British ColumbiaNatal Act Is
now ln hands of the government. There
will be a cabinet meeting tomorrow
when discussion regarding action to to
taken will likely be announced.
SOCIETY OF NAVAL SPONSOR'S.
Organization of American Ladles Who
Have  Named  Warships.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 19.���a bevy
of fair young women, each of whom has
had the honor of christening a warship
of Uncle Sam's navy, met at Continental Hall in this city today to perfect
the organization of a Society of Naval
Sponsors. Tbe society bad ita inception In Boston last year at the launching of the cruiser Birmingham, since
which time the sponsors ln various
parts of the country have been brought
In touch through the medium of correspondence. A number attended today's
meeting, while others sent word of their
willingness to Join ln tbe organisation.
Among those who will have membership In the society are Miss Annie
Frazier. sponsor of the Tennessee;
Miss Evelyn Walsh, sponsor of the Colorado: Mrs. Frederick R. Coudert, sponsor of the old Maine; Mrs. Edson F.
Qallaudet, who christened the Missouri;
Miss Alice Welles, who christened the
Connecticut; Miss Hazel McLean, the
New Hampshire; Mrs. Colin P. (Samp*
bell, the Illinois; Miss Mae Mickey, the
Nebraska; Miss Mary Campbell, the
Birmingham, and Miss Lorna Plnnock,
who christened the scout cruiser Salem. President Roosevelt has specially
Invited the sponsors who are ln thu
city to sttend the Army and flnvy reception at the White House tomorrow.
Women Appeal to Hughes.
Albany. N. Y., Feb. 19.���A delegation
of equal suffragists today made a direct
appeal to the legislature and to Governor Hughes In behalf of a constitutional amendment granting suffrage to women. Tbe delegation numbered several
hundred women and was headed by
Mrs. Harriet Stanton match, daughter
of Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and
president of the Equality League of
Self-Supporting Women.
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WE WILL TELL YOU MORE ABOUT THESE
GOODS LATER ON.
In the meantime it will pay you to await their arrival
before making your purchase.
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THE DAILY CANADIAN
Published nix  lay* a weel uy the
CANADIAN   I't.BLISHIN'i COMPANY, LTD.
Biker Ht..  Nolion, B. C
Hun-script ion mu-ti, fto cent,, a month deliver);*!
In the city, or >V��.!jO a year If nent by mall, wheu
palil tu advance
A'1v'Tt,>  :,.��� rale* on application.
All mnnien paid in settlement of The Dally
Catiadlan account*, either fur snow rlpiious or
adYertlnlng, must he receipted for on the printed
form* of   the Company.    Other receipt!  are not
valid.
Wednesday.   February   19,   1908.
REFUSAL  OF   INVESTIGATION.
Brery one will r.-rii-'tiilicr t.hat a f��-w
mrjiithn uko KaHtern Canadian new).|i:i-
pSTI v*ere making fun of .Mr. Ayl<:->-
worth for having, during a bye-election
cainpaign tnduJg��d In denunciation of
tbe Family Compact aud claimed for
ilie UbenU pftTty of Canada the glorv
of having deaUoyou ibal Institution ami
secured Die oHtahliBhineiiL of it-H'-on.v
iblo (-oveininent. That Bervlce Ib not
denied, Il lu about tho only thing
creditable In tho hiatory of Canadian
.Li be ruIIbin. .Mr. AyleBworib'H conduct
\*vah ridiCttlOUS only bccuuHc be became
JiiipabHlohcd In tilt* deelumalion against
a foe lhat lu uixly yearn dead. A Hii
tihb politician might with equal propriety attempt to win a <-.iiii^.ulgii by
attacking the doctrine of the dlvinr*
right  of  kings.
but, if the Liberal! of ulxty or h��v-
outy years ago fought and won the battle   for  responsible   government,   sur-ly
their successors    should    respect thai
achievement and try to band ou tm
lmpain-d tu future g.-ueiaUoiiH oi i'a:i-
adiauH that, safeguard ot political lib
erty.
The oBHcutiai  feature of responsible
guvcrrnnent in tbal thf executive UUSt
defend to the repreHentativeH of the
people all their admlnislrativi- uctH.
The conduct of each depart ment must
bo  t*pcu   for  inspection,  uud   especially
the manner of disposing of tbe public
domain, uud the collection uud expen*
dlluru of the national lluunceu. Tbat
responsibility tbe Laurier ministry Ih
constantly seeking to evade. They, or
(heir apologists may reply thai ho long
uh the house of commons votes confidence In them they ave ndt. to blame.
Mr. Fielding huh replied to Mr. Koh
tor's -indent tbat thu majority must
j uie uud thai  there remains always the
appeal from parliament to the electoral e. That is quite true, bul the majority has neither legal nor moral
right to suppress the matter on which
the appeal is to be taken. The Liberals have done so repeatedly. It is of
almost daily occurrence that witnesses
called before committees of the liou.se
are excused, by majority vote, from
producing documents or answering
questions. Last week in the public ac-
COUntS con it 11 it lee, iu connection with
tbe sub-target deal, not only was a
most Important WitneS! excused from
answering Mr. Foster's questions, but
the majority, led by several ministers,
refused to allow a record to be kept on
which   Mr.   Foster  might appeal   to  tbe
house.
The forms of responsible government
remain but the spirit is dead, its existence implies a parliament repres*. illative of the whole people and watching the acts of the executive in the
people's interest. There is not a Lib-
eiul member iu the house with uucb
a conception of his duties. They form
a well drilled Machine whose only function is to sustain the ministers against
the opposition ut ull times aud iu ull
circumstances.
On tbls subject the opinion of an In-
depeudent may be Of Interest. W. F.
Maclean, editor Of the Toronto World,
has long since ceat-ed to regard lilm-
���elf jlh a member of the Conservative
party.     He   at tacks   Conserva lives   and
Liberals Impartially. Here is his opinion of the present majority iu the commons:
Provincial rltfhtS- as wuh to be expected, ure receiving scant OOUTtSSy ut the
hands of the Dominion government's
meelianical majority. True to its record, tin-  present udmlnlst.ralion  In  tbe
matter of the Hamilton Radial Railway
bill, Is found on the side of the corporations that desire lu escape from provincial jurisdiction. And (be* Honor*
able .Mr. Crubam, who started bis official cureer bravely enough with a declaration of bis determination to respect provincial rights, lu now found
meekly bowing his head lo Die Ugh 11-
nanolers who bold a professedly Liberal aud Reform government in the
hollow  of their  hands.
The federal parliament cannot properly deal wild the affairs of Individual
provinces, since it has not the local
knowledge und lu peculiarly liable to
be swayed by considerations which
ought not  to intervene  where  tho pro
tection of the public interest is concerned. The corporations know this very
well and how helpless the supporters
of provincial rifehts are in the presence
of a federal government they can rely
upon to turn their demands Into a political and party Issue. Ontario stands
nom- too well at Ottawa these days and
particular pleasure is evidently taken in
circumscribing as much as possible tho
provincial government's opportunities
of protecting the people of the province from corporation exaction. If the
uw ra of the Hamilton Radial road have
to pay :: cents a mile instead of 2, they
will have the federal government and
iin federal parliament to thank for the
oj port unity.
I in t a greater share of the responsibility for the invasion of the rights of
Ontario, which is apparently going to
be perpetrated, lies at the door of the
so-called Liberal members of parliament and newspapers that profess to
speak for the party In Ontario. They
have plenty of lip-service for the cause
of provincial rights, but when it comet;
to crossing the will of the federal government they have nothing to say, and
their opposition to federal encroachment loses all pith and power. Were
r- preventative Liberals and the party
press of Ontario sincere In their support of provincial rights and resolved
to act in defence of them, the Dominion government would prove more
amenable to public considerations. But
the government knows that nothing serious is Intended and that when the time
comes they -will be found obediently in
line.
Certificate  of  Improvements.
INOTICE.
April   Fool"   No. 2   Mineral    I'lalm,    iltuate
in the Kelson Mining Division of Went Kootenar
Djjtrict.
"here
I oca t eft: Bi-tween Eagle and Sandy
creeks, and about one half mile from the foor*
man Mill.
Take notice that I, F 0. Green, acting aa agent
for J. P. Hwedberg, Free Miner's certificate No.
B747.'i, intend, sixty la ���-���- from the date hereof*
to apply to the Mining Recorder lor a Certificate
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaiuiug a
Crown (irant of the above f-lulm.
And further take uotlee that action under
section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Pated this 28th day of January. A. P., 1907.
F. C. GKEKN,
NeUon. D. C.
LAND NOTICES.
Nelnon Land District. District of Went Kootenay
lake notice lhat Harry Bird, of Nelson, occupation real estate agent, lutenda to apply for
permission to purchase the following deacrlbed
lauds: Commencing ata post planted at the
northeast corner of Lot 373, tin-in ������ running
north 20 -'halna, thence west 90 chain*1, thence
Houin 2o chain.*., more or leas, to the northerly
boundary of Lot 373, thence following north
boundary Lot 373 to point ol commencement,
containing 40 acres, more or leas.
Pated February 15th, 1908. II aery Bird,
F. Q, (iRKK.N, Agent.
Nelson Land DlttliOt. District ol West Kootenay
'lake notice that Fred. J. Hammons, agent for
Fred. J Tanner, of Nelson, occupation wateh-
rnaker, Intend** to apply for ii-ermlsslou to purchase the following described landi): Commencing at a post planted about Bjti miles east of
Wilson creek, tlieuce 1" chains ln an easterly
dlreeUon( theuce 20 chalua south, Ihence 40
chains ln a westerly direction, thence 90 chalna
north to the point of eommencemeut, contaiulug
Ml acres, more or less
Pated Nov. 90th, 1907.
Fkki'Ki. h  John Tanner,
F.J. Hammons, Agent.
Nelson I>hu,1 DUtrlOt. Uistrict 01 West Kootenay
Take notice that Fred J- Hammons, agent ior
A. A faallard, of Proctor, occupation rancher,
intend*- toapply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted about IU in lies east of Wilson creek,
tbenoe soathweat 90 chains, thence northwest 20
chains, thence northeast 20chains, thence southeast JO ObalOS tO the the point of commeucement
containing 40 acres, more or less.
Paled Nov. 2<'th, 1WJ7.
ARl UllIAl.t-   AMiKll-ii:*-   Hai.i.arj-,
Agent F. J   hammons.
Nelson Land District. District ol West Kootenay
Take notice that W. A. Hudson, tlmbercruUer,
oi Spokane, Bpokane county, Washington, one
of the lulled Htatesof America, lutends to apply
for a npecial timber license over the following
described lands: Commeuclug al a post marked
No.'J, planted on the north bank of Corn creek,
at the Junction of ihe North lork of Corn croek
with the main stream, about five mlleH iu a
weslerlv direction from confluence ot said Corn
creek with the Koolenay river; thence north 40
ehainn; thence west 1C0 chains; thence south 40
chains; ihence easi 100 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Said land adjoins limber limit No. 7 on the
west and Umber limit No. 8 on the south, as localed hy me.
Located .November 7, 1007.
William A. HUMOS, Locator.
Witnessed by Patruk c. shine-
Declared   and signed by the within named VW
A.lIudHOii   00   the 2yih day of November, A   D.
IWl,   before  me   at Hpokane,   Hpokane   County,
Washington, ouenf the United States of America.
Patrick 0. hhiwb.
 >   easi   in llII"in 1 y    01    *******    pv,    mnui
thence aaat M chains, more or less, lo the north -
aaat corner of J lmber Limit No. 7671, thence
north ho chains, ihence west 90 chains, more or
ie.s, to thf eant side of Whatshan lake, thenee
following same in a southerlv snd westerly
direction 10J chains, more or less io the inter
Kcctlon with ��� ol sl*-'-. Ihence 36 ehalns, more or
less, following easterly boundary of Lot 81H5 to
point ol commencement.
Dated 7th October, UK)7.        HABSf-T.A Pierce,
K. tl. FAU-uUiaii, Agent.
Nelson Laud District. Dlslrictof West Kootenay
Take notice that Alexander J. McCool, of
lei uh', ll. <:., occupation clerk, Intends to apply
ior permission to purchase the followiiig doa-
eiihedlaiid; Commencing at a poit planted on
the southern boundary ol 8 0 Houthern Kail-
way right-of-way, aboul one and a half miles
westerly from the northwest corner of lot W--8,
li roup 1, Kootenay, theuce south 80 chains,
theuce east BO chains, thenco   norih 80 chains to
southern boundary of said right nf-wat, thence
west 80 chiiliis along said southern boundary lo
point of commencement, and containing 600
acres, more or less.
Dalcd November 9th, 1907.
ALEXANDER J    McCOOL.
Nelson Land District. D-smci of Wost Kootenay
'lake notloa that F. P. minion, acting as agent
lor J. II Burden, of l'oklok, is. a., occupation
mcchauic, lulciidn to apply for permission to
purchase the lollowlng described lands: commencing at a post planted on tho easterly ahore
of Arrow lake and about 10 chains north of the
N. K. oontei Ol Ipt Hltv.1, thenee cast 20 chains,
thence north 40 chains, more or lest, to the lake
shoie, theme soiit h westerly along the lake shore
to tba point 01 oontmenoement, and contaiulug
���80 acres, more or less.
laled November 10th, 1907, Jambs H  BUBOBS,
F. P   nrj.iii n, Agent.
Nelson Land District.  District ot Wost Kootenar
'Take notice   that  John James Cameron, of
Ferule, British Columbia, occupation contrac
tor, intends to apply for pennlfeli :i
purchase the following describe. 1 land; Oon
menclng at a post planted ou tbe southern
boundary of/the B: C. Southern rigbt-Ol-erai
about *K) chains westerly from the U. Wi corner
of lot MSB, group 1, Kooteuay, thence ioutb 60
chains, thence east in chains, theuce uorlh Go
ehaiUB to the southern boundary of the said
right-of-way, thence westerly along s��i'-> south
ern boundary of right-of-way to the point
commencement, anu containing 240 aires, more
or less.
Dated November 9th, 1907.
 John Jam..- CAM-SOW.
Nelson Land District. District ol West KOotenay
Take notice that John Bblell, of Needlea, B C .
occupation rancher. Intends to applj 'orpar*
1111---imi to purchase the following deacrlbed
laud; Commencing at a post pUnt-<l at tbe
northwest corner of Lot 7893, tbenoe weal W
chains, theuce south 90 chains, tbenoe aaal M
chains, thence north 80 chains to the point oi
commencement, aud containing 990acres, mora
or lesa.
1 atad 19th October, 1907. Jams- s-hiku,.
                        F. (i. FaCvI'ikr. Agent.
Nelson Land Dlitrlct    District oi West Kootenay
Take notice that Angus  McMll, of the City of
Nelson, occupation fireman, Intends to apply tor
permission t�� purchase the following fltscrtbed
lands:    Commencing at a   post  planted   at   th -
N. W.  corner  L.   0,   Morrison's   ranob,   in   Fir
alley, th.ee,'  north forty (40) ebalna, thene
ast fo'ty  (40) chains,  thence  south     .ity (40
alns, thenco west forty (40)  chains oim o
mmencemeut,   and   containing   one hundred
d sixty (160) acres, more or less.
Dted September 2nd. 1-907.       ANGUS   McGUL
Nelson Land District. Dlstrletof West Kootenay
Take notice that Hugo CarmenI, of Wlnnlpes.
Man.. occupation publisher, intends to apply
for permission to purchase lhe following described land:
Commencing at a post planted on lhe west
ouudary of L. 4979, tt. I, (about B miles from Arrow I-_ake, on Mosquito Creek) and Jl chains 7fl
links south of the n. w r. of said lot, running
thence west 80 chains, theuce south so ehalns,
thence east 80 chains, theuce north mi chains to
place of commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or leas.
Charles Marshall,
Agent   for  Hugo Carstens.
Date* 23 December 1907.
Nelson Land District.   Distrietoi West Kootenay.
Take notice that Tina Bergman.ol Altoua,
Man . occupation wife of C. Bergman, farmer,
Altona, Man., intends to apply f.ir permission to
purchase the following dem-rlbed lau'1 i
Commencing at a post planted at the N. K. C.
of Hugo Carstens' application to purchase and
running theuce west 60 cl alus theuce north so
chains, theuce east 40 chains, tbence south 8
chains 25 links, tbence east 40 ciaiu-i, theuce
south 71 chains 76 links to polut ol commencement, containing 607 acres more or less.
f'H*i:;,'* Marshall,
Dated 23 Decembe
Agent   for   'Una   Bergman,
r 1907.
Nelson Land District    DUtrlot ol West Kootenay.
Take notice :hat Levi George I'ayne, of Needles,
B. Of occupation rancher, lutend!- to apply for
permiaslon to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted ahout lb
chains west of Whatshan creek ami Mi chains
south of the southwest corner of Lot So- 8.>ls
running thenee uorth 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 12 t '������"��� chains, tbenoe east
���X2.bH9 chalus, tbence south 67 940 chalui-, thence
-57.419 chalus east to polut of coniiurncetneut,
contaiulug 481 acres, now surveyed as lot 8185
Dated 8th January, 1908. Levi Qeuros I'ayne.
West Kootenay Land District. District of Goat
Klver.
Take notice that 1, George A. Hunt, of Kit.
cheuer, occupation timberuiaii, inlend to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described laud: Commencing at a
post planted about 40 cLfttns, west ut Thompson
marked N. W. corner, thence south 10.81 chains
thence east 44.67 chali.s, tbence north 31.46
chains, theuce west along B. C. .-.mtheru hallway to place of commencement, coutaiuing 98.18
acres.
Dated January Ht.i, 1908.        GSOBSl H. Hunt
Nelson Land District.   District of Wott K01
Take notice that 1, Frederick Adie, of W.
B. C, occupation merchant,  Intend toapf
permission to purchase the following tie hi
land: Commbiicmg at a post planted at>
chains west of Ihe N E. coruerof lot 86:
north 20 chains, tbence east 80 chains
souih 20 chains, thence west 80 chains to
of commencement, containing UJO acres, m
loss.
Dated January 21st, 1908.        Fkbuekh k A
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TIMBER NOTICES.
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kno-cnitv
Take notice that James Flt-her oi &osal__a.
B. 0 . occupation prospector, intends to apply
for a 1 veclal timber ,lcence over the following
dc��ci  '   1 lands;
Locai. ���. No. 1. Commencing at a post plane- 1
about two .-ties west of the Colombia an<l
Western hallwa/'s rljrht-of-way and about ona
mile north of the northern boundary of c. ���". K
lot 2696, and west of Dog creek, north of Farron,
B. C, being the initial post adjacent tn the
northwest corner of timber licence numbei 13764
and marked J. Fisher s N K corner ihenc,
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, tbence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to the
point of commencement aud contHiuing 6-10
acres, mnre or less
Dated December 16th, 1906.
JAMBs Fihher, locator.
Location No. 2. Commencsliig ������ u ,���ltti planted
at the southeast corner being the initial post
adjacent to the northwest corner of timber
licence No. 137-4 and adjacent to the northeast
coruerof J Fisher's No. 1 location anil ma-ked
J. Fisher's 8. tt. corner, thence nortb 90 obalna,
thence west 80 chains, thence south hu ehalns.
thence east 80 chains to the point of oommenoement and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated December 16th, 1907.
James Fisiikr, locator.
Location No. S. Commencing ata post plauled
at the southwest corner about one mile n.-n h of
he northera boundary of c. V. K lot M H, a**d
about 2 miles west of tlm ber licence No. 137M, and
about four miles west of the Columbia and
Western Hallway, north of Farron, B, (.'., and
-adjoining J Fisher's No. 2 location on the north,
being tha initial post and marked ���' Fisher's
H. W. corner, theuce north 80 chains, theme east
80 chains, thenco south 80 chaius, theuce west
80 chains to tho polut of commencement and
containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated Deoember I6th, 1907.
Jamks Fisiikr, locator.
Location No. 4. ('ommencing at a post planteil
at the northwest corner being the 11111111' post
adiacent to the southwest corner of.'. Fisher's
No. 2 location and markud J. Fisher's N W*
corner, thence south BO chains to the northern
boundary of C. !\ K lot 2698, theuce east Ml
chains, thence north 80 chains tlieuce west 80
chalus, to the point of commeucemeul and con-
talng 640 acres, more or less.
Dated December UHh, 19u7.
James Fisiikr, locator-
Location No. b. Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner being the Initial post adjacent pi theH. W, corner Of J Ftanar'l No.H location, and marked J I'Tsher'sH tt corner, thence
north 80 chains, tnence west 80 chains, ihence
south ho chains, thence east 80 chains to the
point of commencement, aud containing 940
acrei, moro or less.
Dated December Jiilli, 1907.
Jamks 1'isiikr, locator,
location No, 6.  Commencing at a 1 1 plaun-d
at the northeast corner being the Initial post
adjacent to the northwest corner of J. Fisher's
No. 4 location and marked J. Fisher's N.K.
corner, thence south 80 chains to tht1 northern
boundary of C [' K, lot ttiUK, thence west 811
chalus, theuce north 80 chains, theuce east X0
cbalus to tlie pointof comtneiiceiiienl and 1:011
taining 640 acres, more or less.
Dated December HHli, 1907.
J. Fi-hkr, locator.
Location No. 7. Commcnciu*>. at a post planted
at'the southwest corner being Ihe initial pom
adjacent to the northwest coruor of J Fisher's
No. 2 location and marked J. FlHher's H W
Oornar, theuce north BO clialns, theuce east hu
Chaius, then e south 90 chains, thence west 80
chalus to the point of commencement and containing 640 aorea, more or less.
Dated December 16th, 1907.
.Jamks I r-iiiu   locator
Location Nn. 8. Commeuclug at a post planted
at the southeast corner and   being  the  Initial
Post adjacent to the southwest corner ol J.
ishor's No. 7 location and marked J, Fisher I
H. K. corner, thence north 80 chalus, thunce west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains lo the point of commencement aud con
taining 640 acres, more or less.
Dated December 16th, 1907.
Jams* Fisiikr, locator.
Location No. 9. Commencing at a post planted
at tho southwost corner being the initial pout
adjacent to the northwest corner of J. Fisher's
No. 7 location and marked J Fisher's H W,
corner, theuce north SO chains, iheiu-c cast 80
chains, theuce south 80 chains, theuce west 80
chains tu ths point of commencement and con-
talulng 640 acies, more or less.
Dated December 1Mb 1007
James Fisher, locator.
FRED IRVINE & CO.
ANNUAL
ITEWEAR
SALE NOW ON
WE are now showing one of the very largest and best assorted
stocks of Lsidies' Under Muslins including Night Dresses,
Corset Covers, Drawers, White Underskirts, Combination
Under Muslins ever shown at such low prices. We ask the ladies
to call and inspect our stock aud to compare our prices.
FRED IRVINE & CO. j
AOt-NTS  BUTTEklCK  PATTEPINS
<3
Location No. io. Commencing ��ta post planted
at tbe   southeast   corner   being   tbe   initia.   DOOt
adjacent to tbe nortoeaat corner ol J  rtabers
No.    8   location   and   marked   J      Fisher's   B,   B
corner, tbe nee uurtliU" chain*., tbenoe went ���**��
chains, tiuuce south 80 chains, tbence ta.-t ��*o
chain- to tbe point of commencement and oon-
tai . sin- 540 acres, mon 01 Je*s.
Dateo Deoember lCiii. 1907
Jami_ Fi.iMKR, locator.
An extvii-ion of 10 days   withlu  which to
me net. publication   granted   by  me tin
December    list,   1907,    Harry   W light,  Aw
Com 111 is.!��� me; of 1-jiuds and   Work-,.
LAM) ACT
, tn
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���slant
tjfm\*\*\\\\W*e**l*\^^
I BUY AN ORCHARD HOME
You can \>oy ft  10-ftCro I'ruit  Ranch In   tha  best  fruit  Rrowlnft district
In   Hritish   Columbia   by   paying   HO dollars down and $10 per month.
EJren as an InTestment this is vrorUi consideration.
Fruit Laud has trebled tn TAlUS within thu year.    What will it do next
year?
West Kootenaj Land Dlatriot. District Ol Weet
Kooteuay
lake notice that I, t. C, Jansen. ol Spokane,
Waab ,occupation ttmberman, Intend toapply
[01 a special luuinr Uoenoe over tbe fallowing
descrloed lands:
1. Commencing at a poat planted at tbe B. w .
oorner, about 1 mils from Bvin Johnstons i' B
No 890, told 1 -o*. 1 being placed on the interna**
liouui houndary line, tnence nortli 40 ebalna,
tnenoe east U0 chains, then ��� south 10 obalns,
tbence weat uw chains i<- point ol commence-
in cut. contain ui** 040 aeren.
Dated Deo   mh. r Brd, 1907, J. C. JAJKSSH.
2. Commeneing at ,t poat planted ni tbeS. w.
corner, ahout lu chain*- Uoilli Irmn lhe *-- W,
eoruer ot location .No   L, thence north 10 chalim,
tbenos eaal I'm obalns, ihenc,- south H)chains,
tbenoe vreal 190 obalns 10 point pi commencement, containing om ior.-. J. c. Jas-shn.
...    CotuineUisiiiK at n j���>-l plauled   al the rt. W.
corner about iu obalm north from tbe ���-* W
oornei ol iovati��*n No. -. them,-- norm in obalna,
tlieuce east loO  chaiu��,  theuce   noulh 40 Chains,
theuce went 190 cbalni to point oi commence*
aunts oontainlng 04o aorea. J tj. Iawskm.
���I. Commencing at a post planied at tb�� ���"" W.
corner, about lu chalni north [rom tba8.W.
corner of locaiuui No **, thenoa north 40 ohalns,
thence eaat 100 cbalns, thence south 40 obalns
lhenoe vrosi it*o ehalns to point of oommenoement, containing otow res. j. c. ���.**��������*.*���..
6. Oommeuoing at a pont planted at tba 9 w.
corner.about40 uhalns norm from the h. w.
corner ol location No 1, tiienee north 40 obalna,
thence eaat 190 obalns, thenoe loutb to chalus,
thenoa treat 100 obalns to point 01 oouunence*
me tit, containing 54o acrea.
December l'h, 1*JU7. .J   Q.JaUOM**.
ti.    Commencing at a poi.1 plant-d  nitheH. SS".
corner about iu ohalns iiorthNrom the .v W,
eorner ol loeaiion No. 6, tbence north 10 chalna,
theuce easi   Um ehainn,   I lie 100   .s.uilli lij'tiaiu-,
tiienee wotl ISO ehaina, to point 01 oommenoe*
men t, containing t>to aeren.
Deoember lib, iwi J   C. Jan-jbn
7. Oomuenolng at a pout planted at the N W.
corner ami adjoining the N. V. -.oruer ot loi 29110,
Ihence   ���..*-:   *lo ehaiiia,   thein e   nouth  I'i   obalna
thai na<   lo chains, tbenoa aonth 60 obalna,
than) e weal HO chain**-,   theuce   north   luo  chalint
to point ol oommenoement, containine, mo a* rea,
���Dvoamoer-lth, w   t-.. Buot��.
9,    1 oiniiH nciug nt a DOSt plauled al the *V W.
oorner, about )+ of a mile in a son tn westerly
direction from tne   aouth   lork of Salmon   river,
ami about ''j milei from ihe mouth, tbenos
noulh uu chains, ihence eaat40cbalns, thonoa
north tOU ehainn, theuce Wenl lo elituiis to point
ol eoiiiiiieucemeut, cuulaluiii)* trio aeren.
!><-< 0,1 \mr <3tb| llStt. t.. J.  KROUH.
Nelnon Laud Dintrict.  Dintrict of Went Kootenay
Take notice   that W. A     Iludnoli,   of  Hpokane,
Wpablngton, 0 >.a., oocupation timuer cruiser,
llileliu lo a, ply lor a Ipecial Umber licence o.er
Ilie follow ing deaexiaeil   IhiuU ;    t ititiimeueiug at
a poat planu d ou tbe uonn t,auk ot corn ones,
41 tne juuciion of the nortli ii,rk of Corn oreeii
1th   ttie   main   nt renin,  about   ttVO mlleH   lu   a
westerly direction from the confluence ol ��aid
���orn    OrSSk   witii   the    Kimleiiay   river,   thene,.
le., 1 tt  l" ' li tin-   Ihence   WWtl iQO   ehainn, thence
houth 40obalna, tbenoa eaat imi oaalm to poiui
of commence in.-ii 1, cun lain nig lilo afcrei, more or
lenn.
Hated November 7th, IWl.
William A. Htr09OK.
���^elnou Land Dlnlrlcl.   Dlnlrlcl of Went Koolenay
Take notice tbat I, L W Shaver, Intend toap*
ply for a special Licence 10 out and cany away
tlmoer from S40 acren oi laud : Uommenolug at
a poal mark.-,1 la. V*. gharer, northwest ocruor
thenOS     eighty     chalna   noutli,    ibenee    eighty
obalns aaat, thence eighty ohaini north, thenoa
eight) Ohalna wenl to place oi l> ginning, containing 040 adrea, mon- or lens, nnd eaal and adjacent to   fliiila-r   llcanoe  LOOIM,  ami   aino noulh
ami adjaoeut to limber lloanoa No 19099, and also
gouts ami adjacent to f a. bhaver umber limit
No. 1.
Dated   November -ilnt, 1907.
L. W. -98ATSB, locator,
A. Hai KJtTT, ..gent..
BXtenilon Of 0M   week   iMIImi   which   to   a,l-
vertisu granted,    Harry   Wright,  Asi't  Com*
minnipner o| Laud and   .-torka. '   ���
Nci.on Land Dlatriot, DUtriotol Went Kootenay
'lake   notice  that   I,  T,   L.   Ixigail,   of  Konium
rerry, Idaho, occupation painter) luiemi toapply for a ipeolal timber lloanoa over the following deierlbed iaimn: Commonolng ai a ooal
pianied  at the   lout beast   corner   ot  timber
licence Nn. 15494) ihence cant hU chain*., thence
north wi ehainn, thanoa went m ehainn, then OS
nouth 90 ehainn to point of Commencement
containing 040 aorea. more or lena.
Dated November Slat, iw7. t. l Looajt,
colts hmith, agent.
Nelaon Land Dintrict.  Dlnlrictof Weal Kootenay
Take notice that 1, Charlen Dirtcher. Intend
toapply lor a apeclal timber licence. (0 cut and
enrry away timber from (ill* as fen ot land torn*
meuclug at No. 1 poit about 12 mile* weit of the
J.  E.
'iCailK..
AININABLE,
wamii ���IWUIn
isiiusom
SV. B. Pi-.^i' -S-BJ"
A.G. LAMBERT & CO
and dealers in Lumber, Shiiigleso
Loth, AAoulciinj^s, Doors, Window*
Mail Orders promptly atteoA*
M:i..sn.N. it. c.
Turned Work unci hruckctH.
VBRNON aSTMi.UT   -   .
Ko**dcnay river, on th< north idda ofgBonndanp
cre.k' and north, and adjacent totltnbat llcensei
l.'iiwt, and one mile north of the International
imundary   line; i omuieiicing   ata  -ami   uiarS-<1
t'harlen  Dutcher'i touthwea   onrner, thence90
chains   uorlh,   tlo-ioi  h.i  ohaini   east,   lheuoe90
obalna aouth, ihence .ni ohaini weal ��<��� the place
of beginnina, oontainlng 940 acres, mon or laaa.
Located Noveinta. r tgtfi, J'-*l7.
Chakijc- DUTBSSa, l-4t*-aU>r.
No. 2, Commenolng at a pont marked i barlea
Dutohar'i southeast oorner, then a -*n * u.mn
north, thenoa 90 ehaini weat, tbenoe90 ehaini
aonth, tbenoe 90 cha tail to tbe place of be-
ginning, and weat and adlaoeni lo number one
timber limit, and ".hiseuuii- 940 aores, more or
lenn.
located November iMh, vxn
Chaslsi DUTOssa, Looator,
Wo.9, Oommenclng gtap t marked Charlei
Dutcher'i nortbwesi oorner and about 1ft mllei
went of the Kooteuay river on the north **l,le o|
Houndary creek and  uorlh ami adjacent to tlm
i.et |ieen--e 19990, tin-nee aonth 90obalna, thenea
eaat Ml  chain*.,   tins-,   ���   north   Hn t halnn.   thi lice
weat90ebaini to tba place ol beginning, , ,,n
tal ii lug till) acren, more or I'-*���**
Located .Novemuer IHth, l��o7.
IHARI Y.t DUTCHKK.  locator.
Ne 4.    -'oiiimeiielng at a pom mamed   t baoloi
Duteher'i  nortbaaal   oo r,  tbence louth  n
ehainn,   tlnnci.    went 80 ehalUH,   Ihence    nnrlh *l
ehainn. thence eaat 90 ebalna to tbe plaoe of beginning, contaiulug i.*ii> acren, more or lenn
LOOated November Uth, 1901
chaki ks iu TciiKtt, Looator*
No. 5.   �� ommencing nt a post marked ObarlM
Dutcher n   SOUtheSSl      pirmr,     llienee    SO   chain-
north, thanoe90chalna went, tbanoa80 chalna,
Nouih. tbeuo- h ehaina cast to the plaoo of beginning, oontainlng dm acres, more or lasi
Located Novemher lath, 11*07
tHAKi.H-i inii iirr, Laoator.
9*0.6,  Commanolng ����� i posi marked Obarloi
Dii'i-lutr'n nouthwiHt enrner, thence north f0
obsina, thenoa eaal 90 chain**, tbanoa wuth 80
i hailin, thelu a went so ehaina to the  J.lac������ of bo
ginning,  conalnlng tMo a rea. mora or laai
Located Nov, mber latii, i����7.
> MAiti.ua lu-K-HKit, Looator.
No. 1.1     Went link, Kile creek.
Nelson l.fiinl Dlniru-t.   Dinlli'l of Went Koolemiv
i ukc notice Umii I, Jom-ph  Patrlok, of Nelion,
B.C., occupation lumberman, intend lnHpply
foranpcclaltlml.il   licence   over   the   following
deaorioed lands! Commenolng ai a post planted
in oni B miles   np   the   wenl   huk   01   liie   creek
and about iu ehainn from the bank of aald wail
fork,-and marked Joaepb Patrick'! 8, X corner
thenoe we��t80 obalna, thenoe north 80 ohalna,
ihence easi mii cIiiiJmk.  tbence   noulh *. pha.ni U)
I ii oi Oommenoement, oontainlng MO   ores,
more or I cm
Dated December Oth, 1907,    Jotrsra P-iTaioK,
i J. Li i -a, agent,
No. II      Went fork, Fife creek.
Nelson Land ulitrtot,   Dintrict of Weni K, ,p"-nav
Jake none  thai  Joseph  Patrick, ol   .  iion.
n < , oicuu-itloii lutiibermiiu, lutouda to apnlf
Ipr a npecial limber   licence  over   tin    f,,11, wing
described laudu  Commenolng at a poal planted
ahout two cliHiiin distant, and tu an i-aaterlr
direction   from     location    No.   ];���   rMl|   ,tl   rk(,,|
Joneph   i'a,trlck'*t  N. Jl,  comer,  11    loutb 80
ohalna, thenoa went mi chiiinn, thence uorth80
ohalna, thanoa rant m chunm to polnl ofoonv
ineiiceuicut, containing 640 acren, nmiuot i,*nn
Dated DtOt miner 6th, 1-J��t7.      JoaSPB I'a lines,
1   J. I.tiu*.   agent.
No   Ifi.    Went fork. Fife ere a
Nelion Land Distnot.  Diatrtotol Wait Kootenay
lake nolle,-   !,,,,( i, Joneph    Patrick, of NolSOO.
H. (..,   occupation I um leriniiii,  inii-nd  lo   .inply
for a aneolri timber lloenee over the tollowfni
deierlbed landi: t'ommoucliig at a pom planted
aiiout .In chains distant and lu a Weaterlj dircc-
ioti from Ihe went foik ol Hfc creek ami nbout
��� m lie- nom mouth ol creek, aud tuurKed Joneph
1'atrlck'n H K. corner, theuce weit 160 chalun,
tnence mu tii ju < I,.,!,ip*. t hence eaat 100 chalui
tbanoa nomh -io chatm to point of uum
ment. contain!n�� mo acres, mor** oi l**.
Dated December 6th, IWl.      i099tOTtm
1. J   LtttA.M*-1
N�� 16.   Btsfsna oraak. _.    v^
NeUon Land Dlstrlet DistrietoiwsstH
Take notice   that 1. Joseph   1'strlrk ota
it (X, occupation lumbanaan, UiteaaSJ
for a npecial tlmb��-r   llernc*  over thi �����
deaorlbed landn:   Commanolng at *_**_
about.'.', milen up Htfven* creek will
di reel mn from mouth of creek. ��'-l*J
Joneph Patrick's .N E corner, th-n*** �����
chain**, thence went 80 ehalns. thesM*
chains . thence  cant Hti ehaini  to lD(' _*
commencement, c���ntaintiig oto scr* ���"
leaa
Pated December 3rd, 1007.      JotirH M9
I. J    Lccia. if
No. 17.   Htcvenn cr��*k.
Nelnon 1-aud l>Utrict    Dutrlet ol We��U*V
Take notice that I, Joaeph patrirk.^jj
B. C . oecupalion lumberman, Intro' Ot
'or a npecial timber licence over th�� ****'
deaorioed landa: Commencing etaem
about 1 mile in an easterly dlri-rtm- ������*���
mouth of Htevens creek, where ll **_*.
cariboo lake, and marked Joseph 1 c-1
corner, thence north 80 chains, ih*nf<"
chalua, theuce south *��������� chains. Hi"**--,
chalna to point of coinmeiicemeiii. t*01*
640 acres, inure or lenn .
Dated December /ud, lflo*7.      Josii'H ��.9*
I.J. Litis, ���9-tt
No. 18.   Htcveas creek,
Nelnon Laud Dintrict.   Dlstrletof ��>,llt,(_-
Take notice   that 1, Joseph   pattli-t;*'*?
h. t:., occupation lumberman, lnletw_U
lor a aiH-i nil timber liccnco over Hi'''"*
denenbed .-, n l*      Commeiiilng at0 t_f_\
aboul , in Her. up Meveus creek. **ijJ_r
chalna nonth   from   the bank   of tlir >'��*
marked Joaeph  Patrick's N   K   oaraif.|
���mill h ho chains, thence went *'cfisiu'_
north mi chaiiih. theuce east 90cbalaiU-
commanoamant, couuining mo 99WS
lesa.
Dated December '2nd, I90i.    ioetrS Wf
1   J. LtXlA, l|l��l
No. to    Htevena creek
Nelson Land District    District of ff* _t
Take notloe that I, Joaeph vo\t*_*_?_\
'���  C,ocoupatlon   lumberman.  l0tW-l_M
for a ipecial timber  llcencts
leneribed l���inl- Comilie
ahuiiH, mllea up htevens creel *ai\"~\lt*mm
iocHllon No IN on the south, atul ���a/_i_
Patrlok n N W. corner, thence ��*,lt'!.t,a
tin me south 90 chains, tbence *M'nS,
thence north 8(1 chains to point 01 ��������
men i. con nil u Ing am acres, more or **'*.,$
ed December 3rd, lUfl. -h��B,,H'*.-.
I.J. Lt'"*, ���!���"
o 20     West fork, Fife creek   .*__.*__
Nelaon Land Dlatriot,  DUtrlot ol wj"_tB
Hike notice that 1, Joseph  I air irk. W'
B. 0., ooonpatlon LtunbaaDan, "".' -0li*s
lor a ipeolll limber llceW-e OVOf >"��� Tm
denenbed landn: Cnmiuenclng ������_\u*U*
about 9 mllea up the west fork >t t"*Jjg|
about ^tl chains north of the crSSS-*1" S
Joneph Patrick*! N.K. comer. I"*'1 I 3
chalus thence wost H�� chalus, u,;")nt-|i
ctiaiua, thence east 10 mains t'- P* *, gl
meiicement, cohtaigtng 940 airs*. " ..(��
Dated December Ah, IWl.    TJV",A, ag***1
Vo, 21. West fork, of Fife *"r-,*\1I--,,lt lo**
Nelson Land Dlslrlct.   Dlslrictof "������ '* ft)
Take notlco lhat i, Joseph 1 sir < ������ ,rt��
11 tl., occupation lumberinan, inwj -jU
for a special timber licence OvST m�� -���_!
li-fcrll.ed
.ermaii.  ��g"J|
anas ovat ����� Jl
aenoing at a jwj
���euk  so*) Ml
nu  it rin-i-i ii i  i iiii mi     ih��iiipsp   "�����,  -  roii
de.crlhed lands:   ('oiniuonolng ��J J t  ,ri
about 4 miles up the west fork pi*      (,
plained 00  the   north   bank 0Mn" rI1,r.
maiked   .loscph    PalsS'k's   S. ���   .,,.-.nil. -,*m
south 8u chains,  tboure west 90"      ( gl
north ho attains, t-0-oe east 90 o����'sA
of commencomciit, conlalnlng ����������
foag, !-�����__ tu*_
Dated DeccmborSth, 1907.   -J��j tcc��*fl The Daily Canadian
ii
THE ORCHARD OF THE EMPIRE"
DIRECT FROn OWNER TO BUYER
\\'c are the largo*!  Individual  owners of _00d fruit land In the Kootenay district, British Columbia, on direct
xUtlng in,.-., ot transportaaon.
THEHEARTOFTHEFRUITDISTRICT
B8t0
-Lores
Lake.
1 2'.! 1
14SIS1
AlTrs
AlTl'B
nt Nakusp. .   .
I.aka..
Lake.
at The Narrows	
...   Arrow
2148
Aa-ra-H
at WhiilKliaii  1.,'ilaa-	
..  Arrow
Lake.
180
Acres
Luke.
808
Acres
Lake.
18*
Acres
hi  Van Houten Creek...
...   Arrow
Luke.
12(1
Acre.
ut iiuKiiliisiin Oreek....
..   Arrow
Lake.
sior,
Acres
at Bowman Creek	
.. .   Arrow
Lake.
SSI St
Acres
at blttle Deer Park..   .
.. .   Arrow
Lake
i;ra"
A ITCH
ut Brooklyn	
...   Arrow
Lake.
All
of the
above have splendid lake
frontage.
860
Acra-s
between Balmo and fflrle
on G. N. Ry.
673
Acres
4 milis, nortb of Frultval
��� on   G.   N
Ry.
Si 23
Acres
2 inlla-s mn Hi aaf Knillvali
aan    0.   N.
Ry.
The three tracts  last  named   are  40  miles  south  of   Nelson   in  the famous   Fruitvale   district.
AND TEN ACRE ORCHARD TRACTS
At  Fruitvale   and  on   the  Arrow   Lakes with   all   the   conveniences   and  comforts  of civilization.
School, Poat Office, Stores, etc.
Soil, Location, Prices and Terms cannot be beaten.
Plans, Maps, Blue Prints, Prices, Etc., on Application.
Please specify tract when  writing  for  information.
Kootenay Orchard Association
Nelson
British Columbia
caiinot dine on FROG LEGS every day.    We furnish the
Staples
���ef,   Pork,   Mtftton  and Veal
S Also
Hams, Bacon and Lard
With all varieties of
Fresh and Smoked Fish
in the market
Mincemeat of Finest Quality in glass and wood.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
llo, Rossland     NELSON,  E3. C- Boundary
"JTIFICATE    OF  THE     REGISTRATION OF AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL   COMPANY.
"COMPANIES   ACT,   1MI7."
. by certify  that "The Kootenay
ompany" haa thin -lay been re*
|i."1   as   an     Extra Provincial   Com-
under tlie "Companies Act. 1SU7,"
rj  or offa-ct all or any of tlie ola-
��� I the Company to which the legis*
aniliorlty of the Legislature of
. loluuibla extends, except the
uction aud working of railways,
.a- business of insurance.
In ad olllco of the Company Is sit*
i:   1'ortland,    Cumberland County,
amount  of  the  capital   of    the
my Is one million seven hundred
llr, _%   thousand dollars, divided Into
btc.-u thousand live hundred shares
b" huii.li-.il dollars each.
I.   head   olllco of   tho   company   in
province Is Blluato at  Nelson, anil
Lennie.   barrlster-at-luw,   whose
s is .Nelson, B. C., Is the attorney
p'oinpauy, noi empowered u I**
pi'.u I.   nsfer Block.
Comp, uy Is limited.
p. a under my hand und bp'uI of oris  Victoria,   1'roTlnco    of     liritish
nbla, this eleventh day of January.
Ithi.iisuud nine hundred anal eight.
r*J S. Y. WOOTTON,
eglstrar of Joint stock Companies.
I'I In-  objects  for  which   this     Com*
has been established and register*
acquire, hold, Improve, lease and
| timber, farming, grating, mineral
other lniids, and the products there*
|t" mine or otherwise extract or ro-
Ml, ores, stone  and  other niln*
I" and Umber from any land owned.
'i or occupied by iho company, or
1 .'my other  lands;   to     buy.   build.
'"'net, maintain and operate plants
works for the development of
lunds, and for tho handling, pre
K   and   rendering     commercially
pi.ible nt the various products there-
J UI|p| in buy, or Bell or otherwise to
���' or in trafllc in wood, Umber, lum*
coal, slone, ores and other nisi-
l��l. and any of the products thereof,
any  artiole  oonsisUng, or  partly
"i 'iik'. thereof.
engage ln    trade   and    maintain
'"iy. build, hold nnd la'iise or sell
Klii'ls of houses and  buildings, and
Ida on which the same may be lota'   buy, own   and   hold,   with   B
I* to lis Improvement ami sale, any
T' or  ra'iil   estate.
lined,   raise   and   deal   ln   cattle
'I'1'stock of all kinds; and lo man
e,  buy,  sell   and   otherwise  deal
I11"   kinds of  dairy   products.
T�� cuiiBtruct docks, slips, bridges, ma*
thorlse the corporation to transact business ln any other state, territory, or
foreign country, contrary to the provisions of the laws of such state, territory or foreign country, and tbat nothing in these purposes shall be construed
to give the corporation any rights, powers or privileges not permitted by the
laws of the Slate of Maine to corporations organized under Section 6 of
Chapter 47 of the Revised Statutes of
the State of Maine, and the following
corporate purposes shall be exercised
only ln atates and Jurisdictions other
than Maine, namely, the construction
and operation of railroads, or aiding in
the construction thereof, telegraph or
telephone companies, and gas or electrical companies, and Buch businesses
are to be carried on only In states and
jurisdictions when and where permissible under the laws thereof.
ohlnery, ships, boats, engines, cars and
other equipment, elevators, water
works, gas works, electric works, viaducts, aqua duels und other water-ways,
nn.i to sa-il ilu.* same, or otherwise to dispose thereof, or to maintain anal operate the same; to construct and to maintain and operate all trams, railroads,
���puds, switches, locomotives, cars,
trains and equipment for the purposes
of the Company only, and not as a
common carrier, that may be necessary
or deslraui. .u transporting la.gs and
aather minerals to the nulls and plants
of thi' Company, and ln transporting
the manufactured products of buc|,
plunls to Ibe niurketB; to log and I
drive streams; to construct und operate
booms!
To purcnase, hold, sell, assign, transfer, mortgage, pledge or otherwise dispose of auy bonds or oilier securities or
evidences of Indebtedness created or
Issued by auy coi point ion or corporation, association or associations of the
Stale of Maine, or of any other state,
territory or country, and, while the
owner thereof, lo exercise all thu rights,
powers and privileges of ownership:
To purchase hold, sell, assign, transfer, mortgage, plealga* or otherwise dls-
posa of shares of capital Btock of any
other corporation or corporations, association or associations of the State
of Maine, or ot any other state, territory or country, and , while the owner
aif such stock, to exercise all the rights,
powers and privileges of ownership. Including tlm light io vote thereon:
To aid in any manner any corporation
or association of which any bonds or
other securities or evidences of Indebtedness or stock nn' held by the corporation, and lo do any acls or things designed io protect, preserve, Improve or
enhance the value of any such la..mis
nr other securities or evidences of indebtedness or stock:
Tbe business or the Company is rrom
tin..- iq time to do any one oi' more of
tho nets and things herein sal forth;
and ll may conduct Us business lu other
siates, territories ami    possessions ot
lhe United States, lu Liritish Columbia,
and iu foreign oountries, and may have
one olllce or more than one ulllce, and
keep the books or (be Company outside
of the Stato of .Maine, except as otherwise may bo provided by law, and may
hold, purchase, mortgage, and convey
real or personal property, cither ln or
.nit nf the Stato of Maine.
All the power* of the corporation are
vested iu the board of directors, who
may   make,  alter,  ami'iid or repeal  nil
by-laws of the oompany, except such
by-laws as regulate or affect Iho election ot directors and officers, and except when the change of a by-law or
'exercise of a power Is made by statute expressly dependent upon notion by
or consent of ihe stockholders.
Provided, however, lhat nothing herein contained shall  bo construed to au-
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
C. P. R. Local
Time Table
EAST BOUND
S. S. KUSKANOOK leaves Nelson daily
at 6 a. m. making direct connections
for Winnipeg, St. Paul, Chicago and
Baetern Cnniialian cities.
W EST BOU IND
NO. 45 leaves Nelson dally at 7.15 p.
m. connecting with Arrow Lakes
steamers at West Robson. making
through connection with main line at
Revelstoke  for all  Coast cities.
LOCAL TRAINS AIND
STEAMERS
No. 43 for all points ln the Slocan
leaves Nelson daily except Sunday al
!l  a.   m.
No. 41 for all points In the Houndary
leaves Nelson at IMS a. ni. daily ox-
cept Sunday.
S. S. Moyle leaves Nelson dally except
Sunday at 7 a. m. for Kaslo; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for
Lardo.
For further Information as regards to
rates,   etc.,   apply   to
0   B. MiPHEKSON, J. MOE,
,1.1'. A.. Wltilllpi'
11 P. A., Netaon
laantpa'e. s.
W. Ht! PI! AGON
(L.I* a . Nelson, nc.
NOTICIi.
In Hip matter aal an rtPpll'-Htlaan fair tlie issue ol
SdUPllOat* IVrlllla'atl. aal Title lor la,l�� 4,11, SI, 11,
ill, all, anal 31, aa[ lot Hail, tironp One. in tlie
lltstali-l a.f Kaaaitelma* (M.pOMl.
Nam,*,. Is hereby Riven lhat ll Is my Intention
t��� Isaui,. nl the explmtlnll ol one miiutli Rder the
HratpublIo.ttonhsr.Dl adopuosts "I the I'er-
lltla-aale of TlUs faar the above meailli.i'a.il lots In
tin- liaune of Iti.'hiarai Melme, whleh ILertlHa'ale ���f
'I'ttle Is alaala-al Hit* 24th ilny ot November, 1906.
anal   nunibiToal lafllOA.
Land Registry OBlee, Nelson, B. C, January
11th, 1906.
' "H. K. MAOLBOD,"
nt.trtot Keg I. a rar.
WM. S. DREWRY
A. M. Can. Sue. C. E.
DOMINION AND  PROVINCIAL   LAND
SURVEYOR.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Olllco:   Room   10.   K.-W.-C. 131k.    P.   O.
Box     434.
Baker St., Nelson, B. C.
PROSPECT FOR COPPER
Exports  to   Europe   Are   Not  for  Early
Consumption and May Return
on American Market.
There are others of our way of
thinking In respect to the unusually
large quantities of copper exported
from this country to Kurope and Asia
during the past four months, ln our
Issue of January 25 last, we Bald that
.Surope was being used as a temporary "dumping ground" for the copper
that was being sent out of this country. We did not then, nor do we
now, find fault with those who were
aloing the' "dumping" act; it was as
good a move as could have heen made
���the best tiling to have done, all things
considered. We called attention to the
facts solely for the purpose of making
clear that the sending of copperout of
this country did not necessarily Involve
its consumption abroad; did not necessarily prove that it had been purchased
for consumers' account. We went to
the length of Indicating the possibility
of some of that exported copper finding its way back to the United States,
a possibility that should not he overlooked by those figuring future supplies
and prices. There are some copper men
who are disposed to take exception to
our views and statement of the case,
asserting that they are "too narrow, too
cribbed, too confined;" that we would
be manifesting the possession of greater wisdom did we give the exports, the
benefit of the doubt and take for granted that the large quantities of copper
shipped to Europe and Asia had actually gone under order from consumers. Had it been possible to believe
that the copper had gone out of the
country to stay out, it would have been
charitable to have viewed the matter
along those lines, but it was not, and
is not, possible to see it that way.
Nor, we repeat, is our view of the case
exceptional; there are, as we have said,
others of our way of thinking; take
this from the Monthly Market Circular
of the National Conduit and Cabe Company of New York:
"Europe was a heavy buyer of cheap
copper during the last three monthB of
1907, but it Is no secret that a large
percentage of the 100,000 tons shipped
abroad between October 1 and December 31 must again come on the market
before It reaches the final consumer.
Dealers and speculators are waiting for
a chance to sell their holdings, and this
important fact is one not to be lost
sight of. If foreign trade requirements
were equal to what the enormous exports from this country might seem
to indicate on the surface, copper in
all the markets of the world would
quickly sell higher than It does. But
we all know that Europe ls not using
copper at the rate imported. A great
deal has gone into storage, and reshlp-
nients to the United States are among
Ihe possibilities, at higher prices."
Here ls another confirmation of our
view of this matter, this one from
the News Bureau of Boston:
"With over 260,000,000 pounds of copper exported from this country during
the past four months���an unprecedented volume for a corresponding period���considerable speculation as to the
destination of this metal has naturally arisen in the trade. The most general opinion seems to have been up to
Ii yon want upholstering or cabinet
work" for this spring get it done now.
We have some choice quarter cut oak
and will build you a piece of furniture to
order at the price of factory goods. See
us for second hand goods.
DENT ��& CO.
Turner Beeton Block, 606 Vernon Street.
NELSON.
NOTICE.
Take notice thnt Alfred Kdward WatU, of
Wattflburg, BtitlHh Columbia, lumberman, lu
tend), to apply for permission to lease the foi
IowIiik dom-rlbed land, altuate near Procter on
the south shore of the weat arm of Koostenay
Lake, more pn.rtlcu.arly described as follows:
Comraen-'tuj- at tho northwest corner ot Lot 4
of Lot. 809, liioun 1, Weat Kootenay District,
theuce 1680 feet ..'������.4.. chalus) westerly along the
soilth shore line of the west arm of Kootenay
l.n.kr and betiiff the north boundary of Lot 4 of
Lot .*fl)9 to thu northwest corner ot I*ot4of Lot
.:!>���.'. thenee '2280 feet (;iLf��5ehalus) slung the south
shore lino of the west arm of Kootenay Lake and
being tha north boundary of Ixit 16 ot Lot 30fl,
*.roup 1. Wost Kooteuay District; thenee north
133 leet ('2 chalun); thanee easterly 8M0 feet
(flO 00 chain'*) mid parallel with tho -south shore
line of the west arm of Kooteuay Lake; thence
south 188 feet ('2 chains) to point of cemmeuce-
niciii. and containing 1'20 acres, more or less
Dated this 12th day of February, A. D.. 1W8
A. K. WATTS.
Certificate of Improvements*
inotigu.
"Red Point," "Vernamo,'' "Greenwood Fractional," "i.roenwood aud Jaek Pol Fractional"
Mineral Claims, situate ln the Nolson Mining
hi vision of West Kootenay District.
Where InfRted:���On Kagle Creek abova tho
Poormau Mine.
Taae uotleo that 1, John McLatchle, of the
City oi Nelson, acting ns agent for Jons P.Bwed-
berg, Free Mluer's Certificate No B7476 and
(incur Johnson Free M iner's Certificate No Bfi28,
intend sixty days from the date hereof to apply to tho Mining Kcenrdnr for Certificates of
improvements, for tho purpr-se of obtaining
Crown Grants of the above claims.
Aud further take notice lhat action, under
Section 37, must b��' commenced before the issuance of such Certiilcates of lmprovementa.
Dated this 27th day .of September, A. D., 1807.
John mclatch k.
Tremont House
European and American Plan
Ms.lt 39 eta.   Rooms Irom -a. eta. to ll.
ouiy White Help Km ployed..
MALONE   &   TRECJlLi.US
B.kar Bt., Nelson Proprietors
Athabasca
Saloon...
CORNER
BAKER AND
KOOTENAI
STRf-ETS.
Moat colnlort.tate qu.rter.      Nelson
Only the beat oILlquors and uigsrs
BILLIARDS.
POOL
MARTIN    IVEN8 JNO.   PHILBERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Rooms SO cents upward. The
dining room Is unexcelled In the city.
House heated throughout with hot
water.
J. A. ERIOKSON, Froprietor.
Telephone, 2fa0.    Opposite Court Houa*
and Poatofflce. Nelaon. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Street, Nelson. B. c.
RATES $2 PER DAY
Lerge  and   Comlorteble   Bedroom    .nd First-
cl.au liming Boom.
MRS. E. C. CLARKE, Proprietress.
Bartlett   House
OSLO. W. BABTLBTT,
Proprietor.
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson.
The Bar 1, Ihe Finest.
White Belp Only Employed
Josephine Bt
Nelson. B. O.
Royal Hotel
MBS. WILLIAM ROBKBTB,:
Rate* >}1 and (1.60 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boarders
this time that most of the metal shipped to Europe has been consigned to
warehouses abroad, where it will be
hidden until it Is really needed."
What follows ls from the same article; "China several months ago bought
in America between 10,000 and 15,000
tons of copper but little of which has
thus far been shippa^d. This undoubtedly was for the most part for speculation rather than actual consumption,
although large amounts of copper are
used annually in China.���.American
Mining Review.
Pennysylvania Y. M. C. A.
Connellsville, Pa., Feb. 19.���Cannells-
vllle has completed arrangements on
an elaborate scale for the reception
and entertainment of the host; of delegates who will invade the city tomorrow for the state convention of the
Young Men's Christian Associations. It
will be the fortlelh annual convention
of the Pennsylvania organization and
from present indications it will be the
banner meeting in its history. Tbe leading cities throughout the state are to
send good-sized delegations and it is
expected the attendance of visitors will
reach the one thousand mark. The programme prepared for the gathering covers three days. Numerous attractive
features are provided for in addition
to the usual amouut of routine buBi-
na-.-s. Among tlie speakers ot national
prominent**, who are scheduled to address the delegates are Governor Glenn
of North Carolina; President J. H. Mc-
Farland of the American Civic Federation, D. A. Badge of Montreal, Dr. Edward A Steiuer of Iowa College; J. B.
Yohe, general manager of the Pittsburg & Lake Erie railroad, and Robert
Watchorn, United States commissioner
of  immigration.
Noted  Baseball  Player Dead.
New York, Feb. 19.���Suffering from
rheumatism of the heart, Chas. J.
Sweeney, a noted base ball player, a
member of the famous old time Cincinnati Red Stockings, is dying ln Newark,
N. J., according to the Times. Chas.
.1. Sweeney was born In Newark ln 1847
and after a few Beasons with the teams
ln New Jersey was second baseman on
the Cincinnatti team lu 1869 and 1870.
llntlmore, St. Louis, Cleveland and
lloston were other cities in which lie
pluyed national league baseball.
Murder and Suicide.
Seattle, Feb. 19.���Because his wife
sued him to secure a divorce from him.
L. Asbury shot and killed her last
night. Ile then turned the gun upon
himself and sent a bullet through his
head.
A FINE RESIDENCE FOR  SALE
We have for Bale a first class modern residence, and four lots, in a
good residential position. The house contains four bedrooms, dining
room, parlor, kitchen, pantry, bathroom, basement, finished attic. Stone
foundation and electric light. The workmanship and material are of the
best. The lots are fenced and planted with fruit and ornamental trees,
flower gardens and lawns.    Price $5,000.
POR F-*UL..l_ PARTICULARS APPLV TO
H. & IVI. BIRD
One of
The Best
In Fruit Lands now offering. 157 acrea
of choice land situated on Howler Lake.
$20.00 per acre, easily cleared.. Muat be
aold at once.
For  full   particulars  apply
PROCTER & BLACKWOOD
AGENT NELSON CITY LAND A IMPROVEMENT CO.
If yot* want Good Land
BUY at ROBSON
MeDermid & McHardy
NE-L.80N, B."��.
JOB PRINTING
THE DAILY OINADIAN
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 DAILY CANADIAN
3*4 Baker St.
Tel. 324.
INOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the Great
West Railway Company will apply to
the Parliament of Canada, at the present session thereof, for an act amending
the Bald Company's Acts of Incorporation by striking out the names of those
persons who, by Sections 1 and 2 of
Chapter 167 of the Statutes of 1903. are
created Incorporators and provisional
directors of the Company and Inserting
In lieu thereof the names of certain
other individuals as such Incorporators
and provisional directors; changing tho
head ofllce of the Company from Nelson,
B. C, to Port Arthur, Ontnrlo, and extending the respective times for the
commencement and completion of the
various lines of railway which the Company Is empowered to construct.
Dated Ottawa. 31st January, 1908.
CHRYSLER, BETHUNE at LARMOUTH
Solicitors for the Applicants.
*.-__-;,>��s-_ .��;'*.
NELSON ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given that all taxes
for the year 1908 under the Assessment
Act 1905 and amending acts, and under
tho Public Schools Act, are now due
and payable.
PERCY J. GLEAZER,
Collector of Revenue, Nelson, B. C.
Nelson, U. C, 2nd Jan., 1908.
VV.   O.   QIL.UETT
Contractor  and
Bulld*_r.
Sole agent for the Porto Rico Lumber Co., -Ltd..
retail yardi. Rough and drawed lumber, turned
work and bracket*, Coait lath and ihin-glee, a**_h
and doora. Cement, brick end lime lor aale
Automatic -crlnder.
Yard and factory: Vernon Bt.. eaat of Hall   ^
rsKUSOlN.   B. 6.
P   O. Box 28-2 Telephone 17*
INOTICE
In the matter ot an application lor the laaue of
a duplicate of the Certificate of Title to Lota
4, ft. and 6, Block A, Nelaon City, mbdirliion ot
part of Lot 182, Group Une, Dlatriot of Kootenay
(Map 486).
Notice la hereby alren that lt la my Intention
to laaue at the expiration of one month after the
fint publication hereof a duplicate of theCertlB-
< ate o Title to the above mentioned lota ln the
nameofPattle Rhodea which Certificate la dated
the 16th day of May, 1899, and numbered 1887-k.
Land Reglatry Offlce, Nelaon, B.C., January
..4th, IMS. H. F. MacLBOD,
DUtrlot Kettetrar.
Cancellation of Reserve.
Notice In hereby given that the reaerre over
certain lunds in rtouth-K-aet Kootenay, notice of
which apyeared in tbe British Columbia Gaxette
of the 14th ol Auguat, wm and bore date of August Uih, 1890, li hereby cancelled. The above
iiuiitlont'tl lands will be open for location under
the Land Act on March 30,1908.
ROBT A. RENWICK.
l'.-p.ity Commiuionerof Landa and Worfca
Landa and Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, December loth. 1907 |
'#v
mft **.
,i
Tne Daily Canadian
j**,*** *W     A    ******* sat ^*\ We  have a    most    complete    line in
/        LJ    l\    I   |\| ^^      beautiful   Gold   Filled   designs  for   men
Vy^ A_"_,Ai   1 **-*      **' Prices ranging from.  .$2.00 to $12.00.
T-aiHes'  I.one     Chains,     CO   in. length $8.00 to $45.00.
Neck Chains ft-75 to J9.00.
Long Silver Neck ChainB $1.50 to $4.00.
Silver Neck  Chains 50c.  to  $1.50.
WE GUARANTEE GOOD VALUE AND QUALITY.
J. O. PATENAUDE
MAMTAftLllWI**"
JEEWBL-UBR.
Watchmaker and Optician
MEAGHER'S
Mid-Winter
Clearing
Sale
Bargains in all lines
of Dry Goods. Millinery  and  Ladies'
Ready-to-Wear
Clothing.
MEAGHER & CO.
See Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to 8oo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & _;
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
WANTED
���AT THE���
Queen Cigar Store
SOO  MEIN   to  buy
Cigars aud pipes.
Cigars must   be   smoked
ou the street.
BUSH & MATT HEW, Props.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE
"PREMIER" HAMS
AND BACON
Mild and Appetising.
See   Oar Window Display.
I. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161.
HOUSTON BIXX.K.
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
Corner of Stanley and Victoria Sts.
Two Blocks from Da.-pot.
C. Foster, Winnipeg; C. FWejr, Oro-
vllle; W. Manhart, Spokane; C. H.
Phillips, Vancouver; l-s. T. Clarke and
son, A. .1. Bellough, Victoria; Miss
Nicholson,  MiKs  Trunibath.  Rossland.
G-or.    \arta,���a and IVaral   stroaata
NBLSOM..    fc��.ft_L.
A. L*. Newson, J. .7. BInns, J. P. Curtis, J. Roadley, P. Webster, .1. Capher,
Vancouver; R. Church, Spokane; It. J.
W. Marker, Toronto; S. N. Haass. Salmo;
. B. Wallace, Toronto; W. .1. Colloway,
A. Anderson, Winnipeg; R. Campbell,
Moyie; W. P. Wilson, R. Ktipeach, J.
M. Doyle, Spokane; G. H. Aylard, A.
G. Hilton and  wife. New Denver.
GRAND   CENTRAL.
O. Sheriff, Hiondel; J. Campbell, Kaslo; J. F. IJreitzinann, Pernio; K_ Know.
Ies, Fruitvale; 13. Winn, H. StackfT, .1.
R. Currle, Salmo; G. Gomerceau, I_.
Nelson, F. II. Scott. A. Ryder, Cranbrook; P. Heikkili, J. C. Moen. Frank
S. Rattray. J. Tait. G. Smith. Rossland;
J. F. McAlster, W. Fodon, Grand Forks;
.1. D. Lindsay, G. Shea, Arrowhead; J.
J. Reid.  Whttwater.
QUEENS.
ti.  II.  Findley, Trail;  T. J.
Rossland;   11.   V. Colchester,
Miss   .Mackenzie,   Kaslo;   W
mers, N.-w  Denver;  A. Cook
J.   BJ.   Davis   and   wife,  Cranbrook;   Dr.
Pearson. C. Davison, Royal Optical Co.,
Winnipeg.
TRE.MONT.
J.  Haker, Ymir;   E. C.  Kennedy, Salmo;   D. McLean, Riondel;   11.  Hoss.Slo*
can.
ROYAL.
F.    Nelson,   S.   Ryan,    Rossland;    G.
Wa tha-iby, Slocan;   F. J. Grimault, Fernle;   II. Morrow, Ymir;   .1.  Hrown, Spaa-
kane; G. Gibb, Salmo.
KARTLETT.
IaS.   II.   Melton.  G.   Bouter.   Rossland;
C.   Her)ram,   Clocan;    H.   M.   Knowles,
Ymir;   \V.     Lankcy.    Moyie;   J.   I Price.
Idaho;   T.   Murphy,   Erie.
Robinson,
Kokanee;
m. Chal-
Spokane;
NICKERSON, the Jeweiery Manufacturer's Agent will sell you goods from samples at 25 per cent, less than regular
prices direct fnim the factories, in 8
days from order. Everything ln the
line.    Order now.
FOR SALE.
1'OR MA I.K at a bargain a.r a-x.-laanRe lor Van-
a-aiiaa-rr property ,111 almost new. Inai'l.Tli 111
va-ry ra-.,...--! I- r'.'niia*'! rt-a-l'l.-aica- Frill I.a,.,'-
D.ni With large den Millnt.k- for l.llllar.l raioan,
j, to-dats steals a.n.1 <-,arrl���iia* laa.aa-te     Tavaa lila-a;
..ta. 111 u.a. lineal  resident  i-..iti..ii .., BpeSkans.
fileowner, bnalneasInterseta bavs been ir,n,.
,-lr,-1 la. IbeOOaSt,    For fnrtl.rr pHllcularh writ,-
:*. 11. Ha.x 1.1,1.  Van. lar, H   0.
WANTED
ii'a'.'iik ,...,..i business prodnoen to write
,1 Insamaos on all kin.i, a.r iivu ,i,,,*k
Kuan.-, i.-ttiti in,na any osuss. British American
Live si.n-k Aw... iaij.,1). Vanoouver, 11 c. or
W. .1  Walker, 11 .,������- Bote). Kelson
ANTKD   1 Hi.-.-, Haaka-r Hlra-el   grmind floor
preferred    n..x tuTMOanadlaa.
w
TO  RENT.
alXKOOMKIl HIK't-K, I1an1l1.h1.al or lllililrlilaali-
*, a,I Apply to J. baua'y, l:urlier Vuruaaii aual
MSphlne ��tri.a*la.
TO LET
TWO FIKBT-CLABH ROOMS, .team hassled,
plv -aoan.a--aaaai.cr. Bra, flat. K W. (1. block.
Ap-
Sponges from 10c to $4.00
We Carry the  Best Assorted Stock in British Columbia.
It Is always a pleaBure to show these goods and explain the qualities of
each grada*.
Some  Extra Quality Hath  SpongeB each at $8.60.
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
Nelson Queen lodge. Sons of Khr-
l.imi. will lie At Home tomorrow night
in   the   K.  of  P.  hall.
Choral   Society.
A liiiwineKS meeting of tlie Nelson
Choral Society will he held tomorrow
nig_1 ai which the financial report for
the year will be presented. The bo-
-iety is out of debt.
Metals and Stocks.
Lead lost another point on the London market today. Silver shows little
Change, Houndary Copper stocks opened weaker tlii-s morning with wide margins   between   asked   und   bid   prices.
Churchman's Club.
The members of the Churchman's
Club ami their friends will have a social tonight In the parish hall. A
good programme of vocal and Instrumental music will be interrupted by refreshments.
Railwaymen's  Bait.
The finishing touches are being administered to the Alice Roller Rink in
preparation for the first annual ball
of the Hrotherhood of L-ocomotive Firemen and Kngineers of the district. No
effort has been spared to make the
decorations appropriate and beautiful.
A record breaking attendance Is expected and adequate provision has
bttn made for their entertainment.
Curtis' orchestra will furnish the music. The special trains bringing the
brethern and their friends from Rosa-
land and the Houndary will arrive early in the evening. The ball will be
unique in many respects among Nelson's long list of successful affairs of
the  same   kind   this   season.
Puzzling   Cricket.
An Knglishrnan resident in Nelson
who thought until this morning that he
knew something about cricket, asked
at this offlce for an interpretation of
the following, which appeared In a local morning paper: "In the second day's
play in the return match between tha\
M. C. C. and Victoria at Melbourne,
,'i25 runs were scored and 13 wickets
down. The Englishmen drove home
their advantage and at the close were
In an una-ssailable position, the Victorias with one wicket down in their
second   innings,   requiring  467   runs   to
avert defeat M. C. declared
their second with four wickets down
at 2241." The problem Is respectfully
submitted.
Local   Hockey.
There was a good attendance at the
skating rink last night for the local
hockey match for the benefit of Frank
Nott. The teams were: Mountains,
goal, Greyerbiehl; point. Hood; cover,
Horswill; rover, H. Bishop; right
wing, Belrose; left wing, Perrler;
centre, A. Bishop; Lakes, goal,
K. Bishop; point, Deacon; cover,
Patrick; rover, Chave; right wing, Miller; left wing. Steel; centre, Gore. The
combination of the Mountain forwards
was too good for the Lakes. Patrick
from cover scored four times, but his
colleagues contributed only one, scored hy Miller, while the whole forward
line of their opponents were in the
game all the time. The score was 11
to 5. The officials were: referee, Joe
Thompson, judge of play, Capt. Gore.
The game was fast and clean and the
.spectators got their money's worth several   times.
Hockey Tangle.
The efforts of well disposed friends
to compose the quarrels of the Nelson
and Rossland hockey teams still continue. Mayor Fripp of Grand Forks has
not given up, J. E. Hooper of the Allan Hotel, Rossland, Is contributing his
good offices, and Rev. H. R. Grant,
of Fernie, formerly of Rossland, himself a hockey player, an old Queen's
footballer and one of the beat sportsmen in the Dominion, has joined the
ranks of the peace makers. But sue-
hash \~ not likely to crown their efforts.
Nelson haa played one game in Rossland this year to an $800 house and
has received nothing. They waived
everything to secure a meeting on neutral ice in Grand Forks. They appreciate the efforts of all neutral friends,
including Mr. Hooper for whose hospitality they have nothing but praise,
hut Manager .McQuarrie says that he
must receive the expenses of his team
for the last trip before he can consider
To Whom it May Concern:
Take notice that J. L. Warner ls not
now and has not been since the 18th
day of November last employed by or
in any way connected with the Bradley
Engineering and Machinery Co. of
Spokane, Waahington.
Alice Roller Rink
AIND
Bowling 'Alley
Band: Monday, Thursday, and Saturday eveningB.
ADMISSION
Mornings, afternoons and eveulngs,
without band, children 16c adults 25c,
Including skates.
Evenings with band, except Saturday
eveningB, 40c, including skates.
Saturday evening, band and special
attractions, to 11 o'clock, 50c, ln '.Hiding;
skates, spectators 26c /
Smoked and Salt
FISH
Kippers      15c. lb.
Bloaters     2 lb. 25c.
Smoked Halibut 17c. per lb.
Salt Herrings.... 50c. per doz.
Cod Fish     2 lb. bricks 25c.
G. A. Benedict
Corner Blllea and Josephine Sts.
PI-IOINH  7
New
Books
"The United Kingdom," by Qoldwin
Smith,  a  political   history $2.CO
"Three W'eekB," by Elinor Glynn.
cloth $1.75
���Tbe Red  Year," by Louis Tracey,
cloth   J1.26 paper    .75
Books not strictly new, bin which by
reason of merit are in steady demand:
"The Weavers," by Gilbert  Parker,
cloth $1.5,1
"The Lion and the Mouse."
"The Sowing of Anderson Cree, lay
Margaret   Prescott    Montague,
cloth $1.50
"The   Doctor,"   by   Ralph   Connor,
cloth $1.25
"Satan   Sanderson,"  by   Halite   Kr-
mlnie Rives, cloth $1.25
paper 75
"The Fruit of the Tree." by Edith
Wharton,  cloth $1.16
"The   House  of   Mirth,"   by   Editli
Wharton, cloth $1.25
"The  Spoilers,"  by  Rex  E. Beach,
cloth $1.25
"SongB of a Sourdough," by It. \V.
Service, cloth $1.00
"Joseph Vance," by Wm. De Morgan
cloth $1.25
"Alice for Short," by Wm. De Morgan,  cloth $1.25
"The Virginian," by Owen W'lster,
cloth $1.50
"ConlBton,"  by  Winston  Churchill,
cloth $1.50
"The Blazed Trail," by Stewart Ed.
White,  cloth $1.25
W. G. Thomson
Kftio'thfl* ""���   Nelson, B. C.
Phon* a-4.
Geo. P. Player
Accountant
LATE ACCOUNTANT AT HALL MINING  &   SMELTING   CO.
Office  Room  No.  2,   ELLIOT     BLOCK.
M. HAWRYCZ
CONTRACTOR  AND   BUILDER.
Jobbing  promptly  attended   to.     Plans
and Estimates.
Apply 415 Hall St.
Box 385.
any new invitation to Rossland. A
RosBlander who was in Nelson yesterday ls authority for the statement ttiai
the Rossland team has not been In a
condition to play hockey or anything
else  since  the close of  the  carnival.
PER80NAL.
S.   Ross,   merchant   of   Salmo,   arrlva-al
iu the city last night  and  lu at tl*��
Hume.
Mlas Ida Elliott left last night for
Arrowhead, where Bhe will visit lur
brother, Dr. Elliott for a couple of .lays
Cecil B. Smith, of Winnipeg, retained
by tbe city as consulting engineer for
the power plant, wired this afternoon
lhat he had missed the train at Medl-
clno Hat thiB morning and cannot
reach the city till tomorrow night
Ills first visit to the power plant will
take   place   on   Friday.
A   False  Impression.
Seattle, Feb. 19.���The Seattle Chamber of Commerce today addressed a
memorial to President Roosevelt and
Secretary Root to the effect that its
members believe that a majority of the
people of the Pacific CoaBt are not Infn*
vor of any Immigration law that will
treat differently the people of Japan
from the way the Inhabitants of any
European country are treated. Tills letter Ib sent to correct an erroneous impression of the attitude of the commercial and other Important interests, the
memorial says, owing to tlie action of
a recent convention of Oriental exclu-
slonlsta   held   In   Seattle.
Fleet Going  Slowly.
Lima, Feb. 19.���Another wireless despatch from the American battleship
fleet has been received hero and says
the squadron was 224 miles from Gallao
at 111.45 a. m. today. Tbe spend had
been reduced to eight miles an hour.
The message also says Bear-Admiral
Evans has not yet recovered his health.
WEST KOOTENAY
BUTCHER CO.
Wbolesal. an.I Ki'iaii Dealars in
Fresh and Salted Meats
Camps supplied on  shortest notiOfl Uld
lowest prioe.        Nothing but  Erath and
wholesome meut-; and supples kept in stork
Mail orders rweivn ean-ful attention.
E.  C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Comb;
n you oxpeel t.> attend tin. n. ���r i��� fr, and D, Ball which tak,*. ui.,,.,,,1
lSHIi limit  lull t.a a,..- our window or i hi. lntc.it  Buckles and t'uinl,. Va,, . *'
have just received. "l<:-��
J.  J.   WALKER,  JeweU,
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Kootenay  Ice,   Fruit   and
Fuel Co.
OKKI'i*.
N. E.coa. Baker   and   Ward   Sta.
STARKEY & COJ
WhoiewaiB  Provlalona,
'roducu, - Rrult.
Oovairiiiniiit Creamery One-Pound HriiLk,. received weekly fresh from tit I
a-liurn.    Fair wile lay all leading grocers
Bt* y Now
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap Houses from $750 tn
$(500. Let us show you
them. Some extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
WOLVERTON&Co
Olllce and warehouse : Houston Block,    Pnone 79.
Josephine Street.        - - Nelson, B. C.
tmmmmmmmmm:.
First Spring Shipments of
j SEMI-READY   CLOTHING
Are now to hand.    We invite inspection.
J. A. GILKER
BAKER   ST.
Chinaware
WE   ARE   MAKING   A   SPECIAL   SALE
OF   CHINA   TEA   AND   DINNER
SETS   FOR   A    FEW   DAYS.
From $10 to $25.
We would Ilka- to k,.<> all our pntr��n>i,-���mr���rtabl<> this winter and In i
do so we have ln slock the best assorted line of heating stores snd i
HtovcK unal  ranges  ever  before presented to the public In Kootenay.
We would be  pleased to show you    our line and beforo maklnf jtmt
chase kindly aee what we have to aiffer.
Old Curiosity Shop
INOTICE
Take notice that I will, on Ilia* Salli
,av of March, Ibnh. apply for a transfer
of the Ha4uor license for the Silva-r King
Hoti-i situate on Lots S.-v.-n (Tl and
Bit 'ol. in lilock Ten (10), on the
south side of Haker street ln the city of
Nelson, from m v.sa-lf to Elizabeth
Dalzlel.
Dated at Nelson, II. C, this 20th day
of January, A. ll.  1908.
ROBERT   DALZIEL.
F. C. GREEN        F. P. BUIUJtri        A. H.CREEN
GREEN BROTHERS AND BURDEN
C'vil Engineers, Dominion and  British
Columbia Land Surveyors
C0R.VICT0RIA 4 KOOTENAY STS.. NELSON. B. C
P. 0. Box M5    Phon, 2a I B.
SAMUEL  A.   WYE
HEATING ENGINEER.
All Kinds of Heating Plants In  Stock
SANITARY  PLUMHINQ.
Victoria St.. Nr. Oners House.      Tel. 181.
S, S. FOWLER
Mining
Engineer.
INEL-SOIN,     -     B. G*
It Ih believti] that tlie .l<-<
t wil be sij-li.
e.i at daybreak Thursday
and   that   th"
vi'.ssels   will   enter  Call.to
harbor at   im
a. in. Thursday,
J. H. Ashdown Hardwai
  Company, Limited.
Nsls
Land
Houses
Lots
F. B. LYS
Real Estate Agent
815   Baker   St..   N.lson.   B.  C.
Hockey Match
To be held at Stanley street rink on
TUESDAY. FEB. 18th
For  the Benefit   of   Frank
Nott.
Joy will meet yoa at the door.
Pure and Cheap
We have 1000 pounds of
PURE   MAPLE   SUGAR
which we will nadi  al  a baruuln
5 lbs for 1.00.
Special   prla���.a   tor  larger lots.   Come
In and Inquire.
THE NELS0J
CEMENT
WORKS
LIMITED.
CAPITAL,   $25,000.0)   m   M.OO
of tlO.OO each.
MANAGER, Croiler  W.  Bourke.
OFFICE, No. 32J Baker St. ,C
& Co.)
SEE Hie cement blocks displajri*'
Htandard Furniture Co.'s ��l��
APPLICATIONS for stock are li��l
PARTICULARS and forms of Ajl
tlon may be obtained at tbi'
pany's office, or from H. A. di
Solicitor, Nelson. 11. C.
Corporation of  the City oi
NOTICE.
Fire Claims Two.
Pittsburg-, Feb. ID.���The bodies of
Uavid Heed. aKed 45, a river boat lln'*
man, and Edward Holal.s, aged II. Ioh
frfend, were removed Ihki nifhl from
the ruins of two houses on Pennsylvania Avenue which collapsed Monday
by tho flood which bad undermined
Un* foundations, Ka.,>ri bad e room In
one of lhe hotiEis and Tolls vk<,t>
spending the night win, hlni l*ney
were caught under a stairway while
attempting to escape when Ihe crash
aain,..
Prices   of  Metals.
New York,   Feb,  1(1.���Silver.  GC14C
London,   Feb.   IK.���Kilver   2b   15-li;d.
lead,   is 14.
Opening   Copper   Quotations.
New  Vork, Feb.  It,, \bb*.
(By MeDermid ft Mcllardy.)
Asked Bid
'���'���*"''>���   ��Lir,.oo      $80.00
Dominion  Copper,   ..    2.26 2 nt,
u.  C.   Copper    4.00 4.20
Choquette Bros,
Phone 258. THE Up to Date Bakers
The Hoard of Health of tlie '.1t
Nelson deem it advisable tUsl'
measure of precaution all cltiiesfil
bo vaccinated, and notice Is
given tn those desiring to he ��sc
and who are not ln a position ��<
Hie expa-nso thereof, tbat the H"
Health officer will >���. In the cw
Chamber, city Hall, on Than*?
6th day of February, between 0A
of 4  and  6 o'clock p. m., ami ��a ,
���UOI illug week day as required "'
sumo time and place, for the llurlK*L
vaccinating those who -OW **\
themselves.
W.  E.  WA8WS
c:t, I
February ilth, 1908.
Blacksmith's
Tools
BELLOWS, PORTABLE
FORGE8,     ANVILS,     8LED0E9' |
HAMMER8,   TONGS,   RA8P8.
PINCHERS,  Etc.,  Etc.,
ALWAY8  ON   HAND.
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co*
Wholesale
N13LSON
Retail

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