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Drink Halcyon Mthla Water.
lirinli Halcyon Llthla flinge.   Alp.
DrlnU Halcyon LlthlB Lemon Sour.
Made from pure carbonated Halcyon
Llthla Water. When you ask Tor Haley
on I.. BUre you net It.   Sold at all bo
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VOLUMB  2.     NO.   155
|M) Court of Honor for
German Noble
Jtailtj ��ana
r.-.-i, ^as,
Will s*y delivered
your  door forj
evTry evening ^b
���Ctphia. -. q-
ben. Von Hohenau, Accused of Bestiality, Must Take Charce in
Ordinary Court of Justice.
..rliii. Dee. 4.���Mlnlater or Wur Von
jinem, hai   announced  in  tin1  rlchsUm
|i ��� ���. ������ 1*01  hai ordered the mis
oouti ul honor proa ad
I Qi ii*!iil     r.uint   \Vi]Ii�� im
;, tu who, together with Majoi
j, tiar,   wtm  eoinpro_Uead   b)
1,     gi vt-ii  iii  t io-  i lard.'ii Vnn
(.  ||b��*l  court     This  action   iim ans
ihi mtii     must     take   his
1 dinai 3   ootol of justice
1 eroent   offtated  ��   great
11  i' huhks -if Um mttttfltei
I ed Corth  b} a ranara
t. liv.-red   hy   Dr.   th-rimm
b prealdeftl of the relohstag,
| ��� * id  up a hunch ot  tetters
ti ...... beau mttteo bj Oouni
t.mn the imperial b< ad
_Q \\ lllH'lllllllifl'll to       I
wai a srttlieu at tli-
and which Indicated 'hut
bad merttriclO-i relation-1
accessor Will   Be  Chosen,   Acceptable
to President  and  People
of America.
Dei    I     The recall of Visconnl
tneee   uiiiliuHna.li.r   at   Waab.
P the r.-suli  of his own expres-
llon ol :, del Ire to ranlgo and no olllcial
fii:* un.���in. in Ui sxpeotn* .mtii nf. ���
p al   Toklo.    11 Is now regard
;. foregone  ronrhiKlnn   thai   Ain-
-okJ will not reiiirn to Waab
������..ii nt his probable su.-c.-s
evenl ol his rMignatton beted  baa  bean long under .lis
I I !������  iiiuiies mentioned in tills
���  include Baron Kanaka! Kan
Bpmria]   envii.    IO   I lie    I'll
fi".i Statea, Huron Chlnda, rloe-mlnla-
IF' ol thi ii.i.imi office, and M Tnkn
l.reiienl Japanaaa ambaaaadoi
|' Italj and formerly mlnlater of Japan
agton, 11 ba now mul- ��� ��� ' ��� . I
[''������>' M   Takahlrj is llrsi  choice
'   " ���    n n Chlnda noi Baron Ran
Psi can l..  Bpared so Takiliiiri will un
I be   ii he is     aoooptable   lo
I on    The a-BBoalated  Preaa la
I thi  nlgbaat autj-oritj in thi
1 Bee ihui th,. recall at VUoounl
not Intended ... b reflaotlon up
course inn a poaatble ohange al
>n haa   long bean    Itamlnen!
bould  the  praaenl   action   ba
'������' ,,i"c|    '"    denote    the     siiKhiest
1   the  friendly   attitude ol   thi
ipiiii-se governmenl  inwards  Alien. I
mmlgratlon queatlon,
the oouraa <>i an Intarvlew today,
.1 aald 1   "ii  is qnlte poaalble
vlaeouni   AoUi  tin.>   noi   return  I,
I   '' '"" ton     in lhe .������..���in  	
I |"'"l" the government ol Japan will
"nK appoint a person well known In
-Bierlac, whom the Praaldanl knows
Jjjl who hus the coiiiidenee ..r the an
'���'im people, Th,- Japaneaa govern
11       making every eireri   10 meal
"    hi B of lhe I'resi.lenl nnil the MO
;   '"   le  Immigration queatlon, and In
'.' ''""I'm:", n foreign mlnlater, realizes
1. Importanoe of having a repreaentl
'" in Waahington who is nol only aa
' I'lubl,. nn,]  friendly  i��� the  people  Inn
���acquainted wiih pfsaenl oonflltlona in
America," .
i(]\: lal dispatch from Washington
." Malnlohadempo" aaya the  *_
, ""' public is inclined to think th"'
'" feoall ol Anki la d ... to the deter
"nation on  the   i-.arl  of  Foreign  Min
��or iliivMshi .10 pursue a dirfereni pol
> which  will be iiiiin-.oiilsiie lo   Km
mi,',!!     ""' ""l''1"'   above   quoted   ns
the   Associated    Cress    represen
thai    Huch   a   eons! motion    wai
ly erroneot
111    the
the Immigration attention is
to 11 friendly solution than evei
Minister iiuyushl Is determln
N'-rclae all the authority vested
rnrolgn minister to control lhe
11. M. Stevenson arrived ln the
are anxlouB," said the ofllolal,
lv''i.l any saorlfloe 0. our treat]
. '��� with ih. United State* nnd run
'���'" imi can nnrt w|ll control tin* liiinii
6���loii to either country."
"'1 to
"1 Hi,
"In 1
fl Mil
Active Campaign of Advocates in Cities
of Germany.
Ilerlln. I),.,- 4.��� A determined effort
is being mad,, by the American end of
iin christian science movement to stir
up tha lalthful in procure men- eon
verts In Ibis coiimry, and a sort of min-
isiei extraordinary, W. 0. w. Clareno.
c.i kirk, oi Boston, has started a campaign in Merlin, cards of Invitations to
meetings hav,- been scattered broadcast
in German and Ami rlcan social circles.
The Qrst meeting was crowded with
American women to such an extent that
the servto. al the regular American
chinch was abandonee tor lack of congregation, i'.uskirk is a line looking nun,
..i abonl (in He declared that he was
proud of the rael that Christian Science
was an American discovery and thai lie
was equally proud ot the tact thai the
discoverer of the  work  was a  woman.
Eight Britishers Attempt to Storm Bra
zillan  Town.
Rio de Janeiro,  Dec. 4.���A  Itrnzilian
S'liiiHtine de Hlegalli win. recently pub-'
Habed in Bomc American newspapers a
|,;o,liini;,tioii   invltinp   subscript ions    to
aid an expedition in overthrowing one
of the Stales of Brazil, landed Sunday
at Benin, and later embarked an a um-
Dt ai willi four Canadians an.l four Bng-
lishnien for the Town of llheos.. a seaport, about 125 miles distant from Ba
hla. Arriving there, Ihe little hand,
which was well armed, attacked the
town, where a deinchn.ent of police
and a number ot inhabitants offend n-
Blatance. cue of the attacking party
was killed and another was made prison...      The   rest   of  the  part*    tied   after
having cm the   telegraph   communlca.
n.,ii.      Th.. government has issued an
r,|,n  for ih'   cnp'oi-i   oi  ihe  men wli"
Proposed by Two Liberal
Menk Moves for Inquiry Into Relations   of   Government   With
Quebec Bridge Company.
"Jack the Inkman."
London, iss-   I -   VV. II dressed women
are full  of alarm  at  the reappeareno
of  "Jack the  Inkman," the miaoreanl
win, caused such a sensation in London
a year into hv ruininc the costumes of
women with Ink as thev passed along
Ihe   streets.       fin    the   former   o  --nMoc.
"ihe Inkman' committed most of his
outrage, in the Tottenham Curt road.
now he haunts the neighborhood or
Bond street. Oxford streei and BegWll
itreet In these busy thoroughfares
nearly a dozen outragea have been reported wiihln the past few days, women
udil..ill.   discovering   thai   their  dresses
bav.   I ii   ruined   bv   :i  shower  of ink.
Neither 'he police nor the victims seem
able to catch sight of the mysterious
scroiiiulel. ihe only clue to his where-
bout being the sudden discovery thai
,.ii,.. costume splashed and dripping
with ink. apparently thrown from ii
Lutheran Laymen in Conference.
Columbus, B. C, Dec. 4.���The confer*
.���nee of the Lutheran lnvincn of the
south, lor which preparations have been
in progress for some time, began In
��� hi, ,ii. today. Tlie chlei objeel ol the
_onferenoe"la to promote a closer re-
lattonablp among    the    laymen of the
Church      The    needs  and   opport unities
,,i the church, with especial reference
tbe educational campaign which it is
purposed to wage m the neat future,
form the principal aublecl ������' discussion
Tb.   conference opened  with  delegat-a
In   atl  oe   from   Georgia,  Virginia,
North and South Car..linn. Alabama.
Mississippi, Florida and Teneaeee
New   Diamond   Fields.
London, I""'   i    ���*'���'��� ������''"'���>������    "'   ""'
���, wBpaper and other advices  Jual   re
,...,,.,| Horn Cape Town, swiirms of for-
,,������. hunters are reaching the diamond
fields   which   have   been   opened   to  al
uviai diggers, on the Vinii rive not far
from the rock diamond'minea of Kim-
i���.,i,.v a man reoentiy "jived trom
Canada wns lucks enough in hla flint
morning's work to Und a atone ol eleven
s which he Bold tor WOO. n his
,,,���  week  he cleared ��18B0. and  was
��� id,��� to sh��w nine diamonda obtained as
lhe reaull ��f three daya' "waaMng-
Serious Loss.
Tangier.    Dec   t,���Mountain   tribe^
have captured a large oaravan oonatt-t
log ���f the harems of the niiuisiers of
Abdul el Aziz. Sultan, on the road lo
Rabat The Sultan's minister", fearing
thai the met.Mider llulinrmarii was
about   lo   allack   Fez,   Instrucled   tlielr
tnniiiies to leave thai plane Immediately and go to Rabat The tribesmen
i;,���,.���lng Ibls innbushed the .'"I'Hin.
and klUed the entire escort. The}
���.������sl,.,.,,.,i tb* women to their own har*
���,������ ���,���| divided the extensive treasure
which they captured,	
Bank Rcoort Wanted.
Washington.   Dec    1.    The   comptroller of the currency today  Issued  a call
tor the itatetnenl of the condition of
national banks al tha oloae or bualnora
December 3rd.
Ottawa, Dec. 4.��� Mclntyre. South
Port, and Miller, North Qrey, both Liberals, both have resolutions on the
order paper in favor of senate reform.
The former wants a joint conference
with the upper house or a joint com
mittee to consider advantages to be
gained by changes In the composition
or the senate. Miller suggests that as
the senate as an institution has not
proved to be of any decided benefit to
Canada. It can not be regarded as a
necessity  and  that  it  should  abolished.
Senator Davis will submit a resolution in tile upper house declating thai
the government should take earl* a*-
tlon towards construction of a railway
to Churchill on Hudson's Bay.
Monk haa a resolution asking for the
appointment of a committee or investigation Into conditions and guarantees
under which the government paid
moneys to the Quebec Bridge oompany
gad endorsed or guaranteed their bonds,
and what mea-iires weie adopted to in
sure  suitable   plans  of construction.
Melntyre's resolu'ion calls for an old
age limit, retirement ami a shortened
u-rni for future senators, extension to
oilier authorities than the present, one
or lhe power to select persons tor ft'il-
tng a portion ol linuu- vi.cauc.es in the
senate, rearrangements ot duties und
work of both commons and senate, aud
making recommendations regarding
these changes calcu.ated to place ill.
senate in a position of Increased usefulness and or Increased responsibility to
the  people.
Senator Me.Mullon gives a notice
which declares that in view of agitation
regarding the usefulness and necessity
of tho senate, part Of our legislation
and press will expect appointments to
this chamber, it is in the opinion of the
house desirable that the queatlon of the
method of appointments and the term
lor which appointments are to be made
in future should he consiilered.Mind the
system recusi with the object or bring
ing ii mora in unison with popular will
than il  is al  present.
Last Night's  Blaze.
A Hie was discovered last evening in
the basement ,.i the residence occupied
;.. Burn nan, Pai i street, an i ��.. ���
extinguished by c. w. Beeley and P.
Hopkins. The bouse is owned by W. H.
Thomson.     No loss resulted.
:lg  ol   Hie  liriino    ll.111..   I uci.i.   imc
.. a greal demand for railway sleep
are, and the price has gone up till it
looka quite attractive tc many.
20.000 Club.
The postponed general meeting or
the 10,000 club was held in the dug
oiiices laai evening and was well attended, pi'iictIcily all the regular workers being present. The statement ol'
accounts showed thai the club would
linisll the vein- aboul |8O0 behind.
Which, in view or all that lias been accomplished, was considered not tin nn-
Batletaotor* showing. A suggestion ror
the giving of another ball during December or January was favorably received A resolution waa adopted in Favor
or   urging   npoa   all      candltdales     for
membership in the city council or 1908
lhe claims of the club's work in the
general Interest to direct financial support Irom Ihe council..
Washout in Newfoundland.
North Sydney. Dec. 4.���As a result or
a gale a serious washout occurred in
the Reid, Newfoundland, railway, about
twenty miles from point Aux Basques,
Bay of Island. All communication between the two places is cut off and It
will be three or four days before it is
Ottawa, Dec. 4.���The bye-elections in
Xicolet and Labelle counties, caused by
the resignations respectively of C. R.
Devlin and Henri Bonrassa. take place
December 30, nominations a week
earlier. Contests are likely in both
constituencies. Dr. Turcotte will he the
Liberal candidate In Nicolet and C. B.
Major. ex-M. P. P.. In Labelle. With
these vacancies filled the commons will
once more be cordplete.
Suspended  Sentence.
Kx Sergeant C. B. Wheeler came up
again this morning for sentence in the
City pollen court. The lesult of the medical examination ordered l.y the magistral,, was a report from the city
health officer thai in his opinion the
effect "I a sunstroke on the prisoner
hud been such that any use of liquor
rendered   him    irresponsible.     In   view
i.r Unit, and of his record or service
Iii tlie army nnd navy, the magistrate
decided thai n suspended sentence
would meet the requirements of Justice, lie therefore hound him over in
lhe sunt of $r,iiu on hit', own recognizance lo appear al any Utile required
within twelve months. It is understood
that lie will leuve Nelson tomorrow
I morning.
Ellen Terry'6 Sister.
Pittsburg, Dec. 4.���After 25 years os
trangement, Mrs. Mary Ann Manse!].
wife of a mechanic in East. Palestine.
Ohio, today mailed a letter offering the
olive branch to 1-lleu Terry, whose half-
sister she is. Mrs. Mansell was Mary
Ann Terry. She quarreled with her
family, and came to America with ber
husband nearly thirty year. ago. Recently Mrs. Mansell read in the actress'
autobiography a reference to her lost
half-sister, and she determined i.o bridge
the chasm. Mrs. Mansell remembers
Miss Terry's early Triumphs at the Prin
cess theatre, I-ondon, in the 'litis.
Speculation   as   to    Successor   to   Late
President  of  United   Mine   Workers of America.
New Brunswick Lumbermen Express Views
Finds No Favor���St, John Longshoremen Return to Work���Canada
From Ocean to Ocean.
IndianapoliF, Dec. 4.���The local unions
of tho United Mine Workers of America
will ballot next week to choose a successor to President John Mitchell, who
hats been the national head of the great,
organization for the past ten years. The
ill health of Mr. Mitchell has forced hia
retirement from the presidency, a position to which he couid undoubtedly have
heen re-elected had he so desired.
There ib a general feeling that with a
new man at the helm of affairs there
will come some radical changes in the
policy of the big labor organization. For
this reason the election next week is
awaited with keen interest in labor and
industrial circles.
Two candidates are in the field for
the presidency. The are Thomas L.
Lewis, vice-president of the organization, and William 11. Wilson, secretary-
treasurer. The indications are that Mr.
Wilson is slightly in the lead, though
Vice-President Lewis is expected to
give him a close race.
Of the two. Mr. Wilson is probably
the better known as his position of
secretary-treasurer, which he has held
for many years, has brought him into
close relations with the rank and file
of the organization throughout the
country. Mr. Wilson comes from Pennsylvania, where he has long been prominent in labor affairs and more recently
has taken an active part in politics, as
a representative of organized labor. In
the years that he has filled the office of
secretary-treasurer of the United Mine
Workers he has handled millions of dollars of the funds of the organization.
He has given general satisfaction in the
perlorinanci- or his duties and is popular with the members of the organizu
tion not only in his own state but iu
other states as well. Though Mr. Mitchell has declined to interfere In the
contest in any wav it is generally b.'-
Uevtfd that he would like to see Mr.
Wilson, with whom he hus always been
on ternth of intimate friendship, chosen
as his successor.
Vice-President Thomas L. -Lewis, the
opponent of Mr. Wilson forVhe presi-
denoy, Is-* a resident" of Ohio. He has
been active In the affairs ol the mine
workerB for many years and is probably
a**; well known to the membership as is
Mr. Wilson. Reports have heen circulated that Mr.Mitchetland Vice-president
Lewis are not on good terms, but these
reports are denied at tile geueral headquarters of the organisation in thla city.
While it Is true the two did not agree
ou several imporant questions that
have come up in convention, it is said
that the difference--, did not bring about
ill feeling. Four years ago. when the
Operators demanded three per cent, reduction In wages at the Indianapolis
(onve.itinn. President Mitchell and Vice-
President Lewis Favored the plan, to
avoid serious trouble. They found (hetn-
si Ives opposed by a number of officials
from various states. Finally tho proposition was submitted to a referendum
vote, and the national officers were upheld. At a recent conference of officials
from Indiana, Illinois. Ohio and Pennsylvania, held In this eltv, both Mr.
Mitchell and Mr. Lewis were present,
nnd there was no Indication of ill-feeling.
There is in tie conteal for offices outside of the presidency. Should Mr.
Wilson bo chosen president It is nrob-
able that William D. Ryan of Illinois
would he di',son to succeed him as seo
reta**y-troitsurer of the nation;)! or:;an*
Lajfttlon. Mr. Ryan at present fills a
Similar position with tbe Illinois organization. John P. White of Iowa is
the only candidate for vie -president.
St. John. Dec. 4.��� -New Rrunswick
lumbermen want no arrangement between Canada and the United States as
suggested in Roosevelt's message to
congress whereby no export duty on
pulp will be exacted by Canada. They
ciaim that the export of pnlp wood
should be prohibited by the Dominion
government which would force American pulp manufacturers to locate in
St. John. Dec. 4.���The striking longshoremen returned to work at noon today on a basis of 12*i_ cents per hour,
agreed upon last night. Tlie men
brought hera to replace them will be
paid two weeks wages and returned to
Halifax, Dec. 4.��� Latest reports from
ithe stranded steamer Mount Temple Is
that all the engine room and all the
holds except No. 7. are full of water
and nearly a hundred passengers are
being transferred to the government
steamer Lady Laurier to be brought to
Halifax. Arrangements tire being made
to salve the cargo.
Halifax, Dec. 4.���The steamer Cuban,
of the Black Diamond line, plying between Halifax and Sydney, is ashore
at Cranberry, C. B., likely to be a total
Three Rivers. Dec. 4.���Four children
of Mr. and Mrs. Dupont, prominent citizens of this place, were burned to
death by a fire which broke out at their
residence last night. Two other children escaped. When the fire broke out
the mother in tlie absence of her husband went to give the alarm, and on
her return the fire had gained such
^eadway it was impossible to rescue
all  the  children.
Berlin, Ont., Dec. 4.���A new aeronautic society has been founded here for
the purpose of arranging pleasure trips
in the air both by steerable and non-
steerable balloons. It is stated that the
society has placed an order for a dirigible in the United States.
Swift Current, Dec. 4.���Jim Wah. a
Chinaman, and a white girl were married here yesterday and much indignation is felt among the people over the
affair. It is said the town clerk refused
to grant them a license but they are
supposed to have got it from a former
issuer of licenses whose appointnteiu
had not been cancelled. The girl has
been working at a restaurant conducted
by the Chinaman during the past summer.
Kamloops. Dec. 4.���Sam Lock, the
Chinaman, wns hanged in the jail yard
here this morning t��t six o'clock for the
murder of a fellow countryman at Bullion. B. C.
Regina. Dec. 4.��� Chief Justice Wet-
more gave judgment for the defendants
vesterdity afternoon in the supremo
court in the action brought by F. B\
Fry and T. H. Masterson. contractors,
against the municipality of Indian Bead.
The plaintiffs claimed a sum *r $4.'J'in
Tor work done in connection with tbo
installation of waterworks, being the
hold back of twenty per cent, on the
contract price.
Port Arthur. Der. 4.���Isaac F.rikoll,
proprietor of lhe Windsor hotel, one of
Port Arthur's oldest citizens, died yesterday of kidney trouble attar a severe
Illness of nearly three months.. Ho
leaves two sons and  four daughters.
Winnipeg. Der. 4,���"hroe conventions
were hold yosterduy in Western Canada
to nominate candidates for the house
of commons. Conservatives nominated
HI, W. Duv, mayor of nav-Umd, for
Strathcona seat: and John Hterron, M.
P . at MacLeod. The Lilierals at Red
Deer nominated Dr. Clark, of Olds, for
Red Deer seat.
Coatlrook, Deo. 4.���Henry L-ovell* M.
V. for Stanstead, 1�� dying. His family
has been summoned to his bedside.
led her out and she was carried into the
house. He said he and his wife had
quarreled sometimes and the latter
threatened to leave him. Neighbors testified lhat Horseman would not let his
wife's wet clothing be removed and that
he had held her by the throat. When
asked to take his hands off his wife's
throat he said he was "trv'tig to create
circulation in her neck." The jury returned a verdict oi deafh by drowning
bat the attorney-general's attention has
been drawn to the matter.
Belleville Dec. 4.���Fred Pratt is dead
at Deseronto from ir'uries received by
falling against a circuit.- saw in the box
Toronto, Dec. 4.���Building operations
In Toronto for seven months of the past
year show an increase of a million dollars over the same  period  in  1906.
Ottawa, Dec. 4.���Census statistics issued todcy gives results of the census
of field crops and livestock of Ontario.
Compared with the tables of 1901' for
farms of five acres and over, the area
of cleared or improved land in 19u7 is
11,133,743 against i:..22.i,:.l8. In uiOi
the area of land in all crops was 9.764,
S24 against. 9,197,716; orchard and vineyard ;;2.;.2.mi against 261,9:>0; oats, barley, mixed grains, field roots, hay and
clover, corn lof forage -which are fodder crops show important increases of
areas but owing to severe drought in
some parts of the province this year
there was a comparative shortage of
yield, the crop of fall wheat having decreased by over six million bushels in
1907 as compared with 1901. and spring
wheat decreased bv over four million
bushels. Livestock of all kinds show
large increases.
Brandon, Dec. '.���Mjas Clara Hogarty.
an operator at the Boll teleprone office
here, was poisoned by eating canned tomatoes at tea last night. She was
taken suddenly ill, suffering severe
pains. Dr. Templeton was called and
was successful In saving the young woman's life although Bhe is,still very 111.
Nepawa, Man., Dec. 4.���A prominent
farmer in Glendale. twelve miles south,
was arrested for wheat stealing and
brought before Magistrate MscGUl yesterday, who remanded the case for s
week! The accused and another farmer
were caught by watchers guarding wheat
belonging to Wm. Willoughhy on a farm
where no one lives. He declares that
ho was led to believe tha' his companion
owned the wheat and had to haul it in
the night to save it from the bailiff.
James White, merchant of Trail, is in
the city today.
J. \V. Power, of Kaalo, arrived in the
city last nighL
city last night from Ainsworth.
last night from Ainsworth.
W. H. Brandon, of Silverton, came
down last night and is at the Hume.
p. h. Burnham, district freight agent
of the C. P. R*. arrived from Frand
Forks last night.
Dave O'Meara, late of the Strathcona
hotel, left yesterday morning for a
couple of months visit to his home in
Ottawa.    He is relieved by J. V. Gorme-
John Masson. acting manager of the
Strathcona for the past year, ia about
to retire from hotel business and leave
lor the coast. Mr. Masson will be great-
lv missed as he Is extremely popular
with the citizens of Nelson as well as
with the travelling public. It was largely to his management that the success
of Monday night's banquet was due.
Plotting in Germany.
Paris, Dec. 4.���A Geneva dispatch received here states that the police have
discovered a Russian terrorist plot to
assassinate the Emperor, blow up the
Imperial palace anil the Douma, and pil-
laco the Imperial Bank of Russia. One
arrest has been made in connection
with the alleged plot.
Attemot o-" Cabrera.
New Orleans, Dec. 4.���An alleged at
tempt to assassinate President Cabrera of Guatemala two weeks ago by
throwing a bomb at his carriage was
reported by passengers of the steamer
Anselm which arrived here from Central American points yesterday. The
bomb is said to have exploded under
the president's carriage killing the
ooa-chman and wrecking the vehicle
but not seriously injuring Cabrera. He
received u few scratches and brulBes.
Minister Was Guest of
Honor iu Toklo.
Arrangements for Control of Emigration Without New Agreement Are in Progress.
Toklo, Dec. 4.���Rodolphe Lemleux,
Cauadlan minister of labor, was tendered a banquet last ulght by the municipality. Among those present were
Sir Claude MacDonald. Uie British am-
l.ussador: Viscount Hayaafil, Japanese
foreign minister; Baron Chlnda, and
Messrs. Vlrrett and  Preston.
Mr. Prlbuoawl, presided and toasted
Mr. Lemleux, who responded expressing
Hie firm heller that all difficulties would
be amicably settled.
It was understood that Mr. l.finiciix
hud been informed that while the Japanese government wo*)ld not consent to
any modification or change in its treaty
wtth Canada or enter Into any new
agreement. It would so control emigration that there would lie no further
cause for complaint. The details of
such  conlrol are  now   being arranged.
Di4linger_ Report on Railway Facilities
���Negligence of Consignees One
of the Causes.
Salisbury, N. B... Dec. 4.���Mrs. C. A.
Hotseman was found In a well near here
Monday bv her husband, and died soon
after. Strange evidence was given at.
the inquest. Horseman swore he was
plowing about the well and went to tho
barn for a wrench und returning sow hln
j wife protruding from the well.   Ho pul-
Canadian Cattle Win.
Chicago. Dec. 4.���Canada has captured the crowning honor of the international live stock exposition, defeating
their United States brethren on their
own ground. The grand exposition in
the steer class goes to Canadian exhibit. Roan KiuK, a short horn calf, selected as the host of the huge crowds
of cattle assembled at the stock yatdi.
Is owned by .lames Leask of Greet.
Bank, and weighs 107S pounds and was
Eed on a dl"t of pens and hay instead
of corn which Is the staple diet
American Itinoy kine.
Council Meetin-g.
The meeting of the otiv council adjourned from Mondov night will be resumed lu the council chamber at 8
o'clock this evonln,-. when tt Is prrsum-
ed an agreement between the city and
the AUW-Chalmers-Bullock compuny will
be subn.itted for rutlflcnuoa.
Ottawa. Dec. 4.-���Mr. A. A. DilHnger,
of the Railway Commission staff, has
presented to the board his report on
the equipment of the Canadian Pacific
Railway in the West last winter and
now. It shows that at the present time
the C. P. R. fails to give adequate and
suitable accommodation for the receiving and handling of traffic without delay
at its stations; that the company has
failed and still falls in not furnishing
the necessary number of cars to move
freight offered at the stations investigated ln the west, and in its inability
to utilize to the best advantage Its present motive power.
Mr. Hilling*m- attributes the failure to
the following causes:
A need of additional facilities, such
as additions to roundhouses, repairs
to machine shops, additional yards, sidings, and warehouse accommodation.
The abnormal increase in traffic and
a particularly* severe winter.
The refusal and failure of consignees
to take prompt delivery on account of
inadequate accommodation and teaming facilities, causing congestion at
shipping points and at points of destination.
Delays at tho larger terminals, caused
by custom requirements.
Congestion of freight to order, requiring additional shunting and subsequent  delays.
The report finds also that there is
nek of proper equipment for handling
at these stations traffic which will
probably be offered within the next two
years. The company, he says, Is possessed or a sufficient number of locomotives, engines, cars and snowfight-
Ing appliances, but is not possessed of
a sufficient number of roundhouses and
repair or machine shops, yards, sidings
and warehouse accommodation. ���
Following was the equipment In use
on the company's system on the 15th
April last: 40..I3R freight cars, 1,763
passenger cars, 1,36.1 locomotives.
Contracts have been entered into for
delivery to the company this year of
tho followinf: 5,00ft freight oasrs. 156
passenger cars, and BS locomotives. The
company will Spend r.pwardB of twelve
nil.lion dollars on I ^ling s'ock nnd
equipment dnrinir iv* present! ynar. Provision Ib also Ivltt..-: made for nddltional
yard room at th* ��� :' otpaH C. P. R. i*'r-
minals. inclutlln- Montreal, Toronto and
Fort William. s��. oa "n assist In unload-
im; traffic. The cinnany is arnnglng
also for additional Toundhousc*. repair
shop, warehouse, etc ago. sidings and.
Bortlng yard accommodation throujh-
OQl   Its   entire   system.
The effect upon tho motive power of
the company of comnllancc with the
provisions nf the bord's Dnv \ct In respect to the hnndllng of traffic will he.
he thinks, a loss of IM per cent, per
we,ys, r,.r Id other words, the com).anv
will move onlv 7'�� per cent, of Its capacity during each week. Tne uaily Canadian
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Clothing,    Gents'   Furnishings
and Boots and Shoes
Is beginning to arrive.
In about another week we will be able to offer full lines
in these goods, and eau promise you the best value ever offered in the city.
In the meantime it will pay you to await their  arrival
before making your purchase.
Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
Capital Authorized  .._... $10,000,000    Capital  Paid Up ��� $4,860,000
D. B  WILKIE. President. HON. KOHEKT JAOTRAY, Vice-President
Branches in British Columbia:
Interest allowed on  deposits  from date ot deposit andcredltedquarterly.
NBt_ON rhanch -J-   M.   LAV,  Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated  A.  D.   1869.
c-_,t_, $3,900,000     Reserve  Fund	
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all kinds of Banking  Business.
javlngs Bank Department, and
interest credited Quarterly on
Savings Bank Accounts.
on Application, in Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
Published iU<i-tYr a wee* oy the
Baker St..   Nelson. B. C
**io-*cnptlon rates. 60 o��_- a month deliverer*.
Ui lhe CUT, or ito.Ou a year if sent by mail, when
paid lu advance.
AdTertifirn- mtc( nu application.
All moult.**, paid in settlement ol Thu Daily
Cauadiau aooonnte, slthei foi "���ui-MTipiion* 01
advertising, nut be rw eipted toi on the printed
lorins- ot   iTi-j (:���,... fHtiy.    uther receipt* ire uot
Wednesday.   December 4,  1907.
Tho debate un  the  addn 11  In  repl)
to the Bpeech from the  throw   I
in progreii and tho chli 1  speech
tho government ht ach' 1 haa bet n 1
Sir Wilfrid  Laurier will probabl)  cl
the debate but be will M} nothing  Thi
Liberal party trill rest on -Mr. Field!ng'i
The finance minister compared tht
-surpluses and -i-.-i.cit**. ot Conaervativi
and Liberal govenuw oi ��� and the addi
tions to the public debt, hut be <ii*l nol
explain that ConMnratlvi expt aditurt
was for raflw-ays. canals, bridgi 1 and
other public works, while Libera) ��� 1
pendlture, of far gn ��� ��� ims annual.;
haB so far accomplished nothlfag Tht
mined Quebec bridge and the Grand
Trunk Pacific railway are jrei to flgun
on the national  balance Bbeets.
Mr. Field Ing*! declaration that thi
platform of 1893 is still the guiding
star of the party is an insuit to the In
telligence of the country and even 0
their own most servile party .--laves
Liberal leaders have wiped their ret
on that platform and Sii Wilfrid l.au:
let, saved doubtlessly by a sense ol
humor, im longer drivt 1 about "the In*
Iqultous system of protection."
The attitude adopted bj Mr. Fleldin
of levity and braggadocio will not re
assure the country which sees pros
-���ects of depression and is alarmed al
the fast growth of the norma] osteon
trollable annual expenditure.
On the ere of the opening of perils
ment the Mail and Empire aptly <i<
scribed the situation as follows:
"Parliament  opens tomorrow and tin
session promises to be the most Impor
taut the country hus experienced    ii
many years. It will assume ihls chat
acter because of the remarkable eondi
tions which tho ruling men have brought
about When the l-.HU.ler Government
took office  iU  members  were  pledged
to make many reforms. They had un-
dertaken to alter the constitution of
the senate, to reduce the taxes, to cut
down the expenditure, and to give us
cleanness and honesty In every branch
of the public service. Immediately
after their Installation they determined to abandon their contract, and to
pursue a course which, through the 1 _
��� 1 j.-.. of extravagance or corruption,
would be calculated to prolong tfceir ol
Quant lal term.
A tremendous era of expenditure
was thereupon Inaugurated. The pld
Bcali ol $42,000.1  annually was gradually Increased until last year our out-
layu  aggregated  $83,000,000.    and    this
 >.     Tb 6   lavish   , xpedi-
ture ban necessitated heavier taxes.
rhi ��� have been duly collected instead
ol taking $87,000,000 from the people,
aa In 1896, the government took last
year $60,000,000 in direct levies upon
the trade and industry of the country.
Along with tha enormous additions
10 the expenditure and the taxation
there has been Introduced a utfentiflc-
.t I. designed Bystem of "rake-offs" end
graft, by means of which Qovernjuent
favorite! and men who contribute td
th* election funds acquire wealth This
��� in permits the giving of orders for
articles required tor tie- public serviC'
to middlemen, who buy at the regular
trade price, and Bell to the governmenl
at that price, plus the "rake-off*1 which
the government allows, it also en*
aiii".- politicians to buy landa which the
government is about to purchase, and
to sell them to the department at twice
the price that baa been given for them.
Thr system is an Imitation of the "toll-
gate" arrangement, Introduced Into Quebec by a former so-called Liberal administration. Tbe extravagance and the
grafting do not commend themselves
LO respectable Liberals, nor do 'hey receive the countenance of the men UOl
employing the Liberal designation.   No-
��� Has captured the confidence +
��� of all judges of good   things ap.
In tlU in utter ol ��n Hp|.lira tint) Inr the Issue of
duplicate** Of thi - ''Mili.'iil. ������ of Title to lot* 11,
12 Mad IS, Kr'i'ipl, WW( Kootenay District, alao
known ar. thf; "Kootenay Chief.'1 ������Coinfort" and
"I.11IU" mineral (In ims respectively.
Nottt ������ i�� liiri'l.y Kivtu Dial I! in my Intention
Ui Issue at tlie 1 xplirilloii of one month after Ihe
first pulilleatlon hereof a duplicate of Certltleate
ol llll- ho, 6901*01 an undivided HI I'KltliM Iu
eaeh of the a**>ove lot**, issued on the 17lh day of
May, A D.lSBBf- thi 11 aim* of John O. Amu worth,
ati'l alr-o a do|-li< ate ol < crti'linte of Title No.
'-:��-'n of an ui.-iivi.li'd ly l.Mii. lu 1 to h of the
ibOVS let*. l**.uei on the 17th day of May, A. |<
lw.. in the name of (H-orge *������ Alimworth.
I and Kefflitry Olllce, NelM-m, It. ('.. Augim 6lh
U.K. MarLBon,"
Muriel K-.-Klr.trar.
American and
Solid Gold and
Table Cutlery,
body will voluntarily d.-f.-nd or support
tho wrongs. For this reason a section
of the press is subsidized to excuse
them. One eastern paper has actually
received $175,000 during the past ten
years, while others have been given
from $60,000 to $100,000 under the dis-
L-iiis.. of advertising or printing. When
un election takes place the government
dare not rely upon public discussion as
the means for deciding the questions at
issue. Its agents are employed to stuff
the ballot-boxes, or lo buy votes, as the
confessions just made in the 1-ondon
case make clear. W hat we have ln the
name of Liberalism is a remarkable
sysiein of roguery, under which the
treasury is robbed, and the ballot is de-
sec-rated that Uie robbery may be facll-
iiati d.
"This thing has grown from small
proportions to large. Commencing in a
moderate way soon after the government took office, it has since been organized and extended until the Laurier
machine is a very powerful agent for
evil in our public life. Parliament has
fought this disgrace and danger to our
country in past sessions, and has expose.I many of Its operations. We believe that it is the duty of our public
men at Ottawa to continue the great
work of exposure until the people are
th .roughly aroused, and the Instrument
ol fraud has been swept away with all
the men who have helped to di vis.
this attack upon the liberty and the
Integrity of the country."
Price, of Metal..
New   York,   Dec.   4���Silver.   67*/_c;
electrolytic*, i?,i.,c. to 18He; leal, $i 76.
London. Dec. 4.���Silver, 26 %A.; lead.
616, 15s. 	
Certificate  of  Improvements.
"Hi. Hope Fraction*' miu.tsi risim. situate
In the 'In,tit Lake Mining [Mvlsl.tn, ot West
Ko.-t^nsy l.lslrl. I. Loeste.i on I'oplar creek,
Take uotlr-e that I, I*. I'S'lk-y Kree Mine*.
r.-rllllcH- No. HHfi..Ss.. lnu-li.1 WI daya from tba
.late hereof to apply to the Dining Ke.-nr.l-r lor
a .'.rtlliesl.. ol Improvement, tot the purpose ol
ohtslnlna n Crown f.rant ol the above t'laim
And further take nollee that a.-ll.in under
Seetlon 37. muai be eommen.e.l before the
ls.usnee ol aiiel. Orllflcate ol Improvements.
listed this Mh .lay Ol October, 1901.
Nelaon I-and Dtftliot   DlSttiOt of Weal Koo'enay
Take nollee that *-olomon .Villcitieon, ol Nel
���On.B.Ct occupation lumherman, (iitend** to
apply for a IMGlft. tlmher llcenee over the foi
lowing denrrlb-.il landi:
1. Cominenetii*- at a pout planted on the north
hank uf Hummit OTMS about two anil u imlf
nnleH from it*, month, thenee north V) ehaina,
thenee t-ai-t UKJ ehulns, thenee aoulh 40 chain*-,
thence ���.���.-���' IMI chaiiiN.
Dated 'a-H.th November, 1��*7.
'2. CoinmeiM-liii* at n pout nlanled on a'l un-
imined creek whleh How*. Into Hiirnuill ereek
from the koi]th at it point about two and a half
mllei eu**t fr im the north fork of Summit it. ek
said pout be)iik placed about thn-e-'-uartcn* mile
iipKiich unnamed OTSSk ami ah.iut SOO foot to
the ea��t Iher'of, thenee eant *IU chalim, thenee
MHi-.h 1W) chain , thence went 4IJchaliiN, theiive
north [60 chaliiH.
DaU-i 19;h November, 1007.
:i, OOfDnUiOCtnB at a por-t T'liini. .1 on an unnamed ereek whleh Mown into H mmlt ereek
from the-.outh at a point Hbout two anda lntlf
Milieu ef.Hl from thu north fork of Summit ereek
ata point atjout three iiuaitem mile up Mich
creek and about fiOti feet tu the eaat thereof,
thenee noulh ICO cbslni, thence went 40 ehaini-,
Ih* nee nnrlh Uto eliHltin, thenee uaat 4(J ehiin ..
Dsted l''th Novenilier, 1W 7.
4. Coin iii-ii' no* nt a j...'-1 planted nn the north
MSt aide oi the north fork of Hummit ereek
abOIlt lour mllea from the Junction of the north
fork with the main - . < . m n creek, Ihenee aouth
Wi ehalim, then re went no chain*-, theuce north MO
chalna, thenee nil MO < hai.i*.
Dated lMlh, Noveiubur, !'��� v
Boi-OHOD Wii.kiwbow,
hy -iE-jROB YOI'NO,  A |/i  ill
Nelnon Land Dlatrl<-t. Dtatrlet of Went Kootenay
Take notice that Charlen Q, Itceder, of Hi.o-
kane, in the Htale of Wa-OiinRton, (I H. A , lln
auelal asxent, luteuda to apply for a apedal tlm-
ber , j< ������iff over the following described landn.
(1) CommencliiK ai a pont planted about HO0
feet eaat of tbe weit fork ofMlnnloD creek, one
hall in lie norih of the International boundary
line, about ten mllea cai-t of Rykert*. B t:
thence south 4o cliaiua, to the interna in ma'
boaadf_7 line, thenee ffHt 1'0 ehalJU, theme
tH.rtti lo ehaiHs. tb.-in-e awl LflQ ohalna io tbe
point nf tKimmencetnent, aud containint- ��� -1����
acres, more or leas.
Located the 22nd October, A V . 190*7.
(   HAKI.E-*....  KlEDEB.
(2) Com in end iig *' a p<">**t about half a mile
eaat of the weet fork ol MlnMon ereek. about rma
and a half mllea north of the international
boundary line, about :��� :i in ile�� ���'K^l of Kvn.-rit.
B C , then* '��� weat MO chains, theiH'e iiiinii 10
chatnn, thein-e Mat80 < hatnn, ihence *��ouih 8u
chain* to the point ol commence men t, and oon-
taming ttO aorea, more or loan.
located the 22nd day ..f October, A.D. 1007.
<'iuai.K- (i. Bnonf.
(:i) CommenriiiK at a po*t on the tnternation
al tHtundary line one mile eaut of the OOMt fork of
MKiioii creek about \2 mllei east of Kykerta,
B.C., ibetiee eaat 40 eliainn. theme north \M
chalna, thence HO chain" west, thence 40 chains
south, tbeuce 40 chains east, thence MO chain*,
south to the point of commencemcnl and containing 64" aent, more or leaa.
Localed the ttrd day of October, A.D . 190".
Nelson Land District    Di-Hric toi West Kootenay.
Ta��e notice that I, W  A   Hudson. ofBpokuie,
Wa--h . occupation tlmher cruiser. Intend to ap-
piy for a -spciHi timber llMnce  over ttie loUow-
Ing desert bed landi.: Con* in cueing at a post
planted on the north bank ol Hummit oreei, and
marked W. A. Hudson'* H. W. corner, thenee
north 40 chains, thenee . >*...t 100 ehaini, tbenoa
south 40  chains-   theme   wi sl   Iftai chains   to tbe
point ot com mane ment, ooatelnlng mo acres,
more or leu*
Dated Nov. 2, 1907 W. A. HfDHON.
Nelson Land Dlctrlet.   District of Went Kootenay.
Take notice that W A. Hudson, of Bpolune,
Waah.. oeeupati.iii tlniN-r crui-er, lnteiel- o. apply for �� ���peeial timber Ueenoe ovoz the tolloo
log deacrlbed lands: i ommencing at a r-o*t
planted on the Hmtb bank of the north fork ot
Corn ereek, theme south 4ft chain", thenoa in ���**!
160chalna, thenee north 40 chains, thenee Ma*��t
160 chains to the point of commencement, i on*
laimr.g M0 acres, more or leas.
Dated Nov. 6th, 1*i7. W. A. BOMOat.
Nelaon Laud Dlstrlet.   District oi Wait Kootenay
Take notice that W A Hudson, of BpOkane,
Wash., OCCnpfttlon timlur cruiser, InteUU to apply for tt special timber li-.nce ovir the follow-
ing described hinds; Commencing at a pot>t
pi Anted on the eael side of the Jsouth fork of the
north fork ot Corn creek, theuce south MO .shain��,
thence west SO chains, thence norm bo chains.
ihen.c t-aat BO chains to the point ol commerce
ment, containing r.io acres, more or i.--
Dated Nov   fith, 1-J07. W   A.  UODCOM.
Nelson Land District.   District of Weet Kootenay.
Take notice lhat W. A. Hudson, of Sj.t.kane.
Waah., occupation Umber cruiser, Intt i dh to ap
plj lor a special timber licence over ihe following desoribed  lands:    ' ornmencing at -*  p*>st
planted about KJO feet norih of the norm
lork ol Corn creek, thenee south t-o chains.
tbenoa west mt chains, theuce no-th MO
chains, thence east MO chains to the point of
couiineneeineiti, containing 610 acres, more or
Dated Nov. 8th, 1-107. W. A. IIomon.
Nelaon Laud District ^District of West Kootenay
Take ooUce that W. A. Hudeon, of Spokane,
WaHh., ocenpatloo tlmher eruiser, intend* to apply foraspeeia] timber Ucence over the follow-
ing described tands: Commencing al a post
planted al.oin Vs. h-et north ol the north fork ol
Corn creek, thence north mo chains thenee west
mo chains, them-." -.outh mu chains, -theme east no
ohalns to the point of connneucement eoniain
l"g 040 acres, more or less.
Dated Nov   Stb, 1W7. W, A. HopSOST,
Nelaon Laid Dlstrlet,   District of Weal Kootenay
Take notloe lhat W. A. Hudson, of Bpokane.
Wash , occupation timber cruiser, intends to apply for a special 11mbur licence over tbe following described landsi Commeneing at a post
planted ahuut Mm |Cftt m.rth of the north fork of
Corn creek, thenee SOUth 80 chains, thenee east
BO chains tliem", north Mil chains, thence west MO
chains to ihe point ol commencement, contain
ing im acres, more or kss.
Dated N*.v. tilh, 1UU7. W. A   Hui.son.
Nelson Laud District    Dlslrlct of Wesl Kooteiihj*
Take notice that W. A Bndson, of Spokane-
Waab., o tcupatlon timber cruiser, Intends to appl j for a sj.ei lal timber licence OTI r the following described lands; Commeneing at a post
planted abonl 200 feet north ol the norih fork of
Com creek, them e south m chains, thence *.*...-I
80 chains. theilCC north Mn Hall)*., th-mi* cast MO
ehalns to tlie point fif commencement, contaln-
ini, fiiu acres, more or lesa.
Dated Nov. 6th, HKJ7. W. A. HOIMOM
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kooteuay
Tate notice that W   a. Hudson, ol Bpokane,
Wash., occupation timber cruiser, Intends lo apply for a special timber ihence over the following deeorlbed landsi    commencing at a post
plumed about 30 ' feet north of the north fork 'if
Corn creek, thence nouth HO chains, thence eaal
HO chains. Uu-me nort.*. MO ehaina, thence west HO
( halns to the point of commencement, containing Liu n'Ti i, more or less.
Dated Not  iith, iwn. w a. Qoseoti,
Nelson Land District.   District of West V ootenay
Take nolle.* lhat  W
Wash,   ooonpatlon timber
ply lor a special timber Ifoehee orer theib_.
lug described lauds: Commeneing at a j-osl
planted on the south I.aik of tho main Corn
ereek and enjoining timber licence No. 10731,
thence south 40 ohalns, tbeuce went IOO chains,
thenee north 40 (halns, thenrc east 160 chains to
ihe point of comm-uceineiit, containing 640
acres, more or leas.
Da led Nov. 7th, 1907, W. A. Hri.Now,
, Hudson, of Spokane,
r cruiser, Intends to up
Notice ls hereby given thai 00 daya alter date 'I
intend to apply to the lion. Chief Commissioner
of Lands ami **��� orks for |*errnlasion to pur< base
the following descn'.eii lands, altualed In West
Kootenay dlslrlct: 1 -.nun*, mlng at a post marked by name as Hum.! pot-t of the Houth Fork
branch, one hundnd feet from tbe junction of
laosi creek with the soutb fork; thence one-
quarter mile lo the si. m li went corner post, thence
one mile lo the  northeast corner post, tbeuce
In order to make room and get ready for <>ur Christinas busiuess, we will
have a Special clearance sale for one week commencing
Boya'   lleuv.   Woo!   Hose,   regular  "���"<-,
for   35c
Ladlea' Cashmere  Ho ������ roi    25c
Chtldren'a \\',...i   Ulfa   m.l Olovea Iron
15c pair up.
Children'.   Union   Vt its   and   I irawera,
regular   16c   pall         25c
Children's Black Wool Tlghta from 35c
Children ������ Colored Velvel  Dreaaaa, ooal
Chlldr n'** White Bear skin Coata from
$2.00  up
All  winter  Jackets for  Children, half
White Sli Igh Robea al Coal prlo
Wool   1! Ib and  Toquea 25c each
Ladles' Flannelette shin Waists, regular $1 :..i and t:.��. quallt; al 75c
I.n.li ..' i lanii-|. p.- Nil-ill.ir. ���:.-. regular prl II -".. and V- ���"." foi 75c
and $1.00.
I. idles' Wrapn. ���- 75c each
All   L.itiies'   nntl
Children'*.   Winter Coat*,   nt
Cost Price.
Hnr|*aiiiK   in   nil
Styles of
LiulieK' Furs.
He sure nnd See
our Special
Counter lull of
Odds nnd Knds
from every Department. No
Winter CSoods to
he  curried over,
will be sold regardless of cost.
I-"! i     BlsYI fl N.-..I- to-Silk ll...all.e,l,l,H������
DndanUrta, ragolar r*--M ,vu\^.
Ban mis   In    l.iJI.s'   ,*.N,|   Hlilrls',,^
I nn Hers.
Ladies' Dreea BklrU, regular prleat.J��
nn.i $i _r., aaie |������.,. j2.co ,..���*,
.MIhsi-s'   Skirls   at   C.isl
Plain   nnd   Pancy     MU,.,|    w,K,i  ,,,,,-
(1""ll�� i" ��� 25c, 35c 40c
All   Wool   Draai  Plalda, "5 quality at
60c yard.
Bear  Skin  Clotb  at   Uediieeil  [irlies
All   Flannel,.lies  and   Wrapparettaa ai
Sale prices.
EUderdown   Flannel   50c   yard.
Wool   lUaiik.lB   ln   Oral  und While at
Mil: prloas.
Wool  Comforters &om $1.50 each m
larva alaea.
Bargains   In   nil   Rtuni|x-<1    l.lnens au.l
Fan.y  Work
Ilnr��alii��  In I.n.li,.s' Fanluiiere und Silk
Von can buy a io-acrc l*'ruit Ranch  in  the best   fruit-growing district
in British  Columbia by paying   Sio down andI 5IO per   month.
Even aa an investment this is worth consideration.
Fruit Land has trebled in value within ou year.  What will it do next year?
one-qnartar mile to tho southaaat oornor post,
tbanoa one mile to the pla*M of ootnme���oantont
June 21, 1907. L-ocnte'l t��y Wm   CQMSOU.T.
���.^^^^���"-^^���m.^-^. %-**%.���%lr>%.'%*%^*%.
n. i-ui i.aii'1 District   iin-trtctoi weat Eootan*]
inke noii.-c* ttinj  I, i baslos Bldnej Loory. of
Barton ^lty. b. c , oa a patton fanner, fntand to
apply ior permlsaton to porobaaa tha loiiowmt* j
deacrlbed inn-i i   i iommenotnf at n im*x piaute--.
Ktiout II vi: mil*.* DprthWMl trOin UM month -it
Mom* ii Ho creek and market ���'(' H 1,'n Hurt beaut
corner," Ihencse fouth 80 obalOS. Ho tee nr. BO
rhatim, thence north B0 chain*, tbanoa aaal B0
'Iiitlns to point of commencement, eontninlnn
640 acren.
Hept. 7 th, 1417. CiltRi.ix Pin*MtY  I-fARY
Nelson Lond Dtstrlot. UUtriM oi Wotn Kootenaj
Take notice Hint II   William*, OOODpatlOn  ton
.���in r; R *-*. Haatinai ooonpatlon eieetri. tan; and
K  M.l'    Smyth,  occupation   lumherniKii;   nil   ol
Procter, B- O., intend to applv tor a special tlm
berllcenoa over tbe following described landa,
Oommendna nt n j>o*t at��out three miles en-it nt
WUaonCreel on soatb aboraol Kooteuay i ... .
tbenoa south ni obalna, thenee ea*t xm cbalns,
thenceuorth B0 ehalnn. tbeOOS we-t SOonalns to
point of commeiieemeiit, OonWOlngfttfl SOrOS,
more or less,
September ath, liUff. H   WlLU-W,
K. h. HarrtKoa,
NeUnn Land DlstrtOt   District ol We��t Kootenny.
'Jake notice that i. John Somet Cameron, ol
���fernle, B. 0., occupation oontrutor, intend to
applv for ft special Umber Uoense over tbe toi
lov*. iiiy deecrlbed landsi
No T    Commenolng ni a pout planict abonl
three mile�� from the wei*t loop of the B. C,
Southern Hy , on   Carroll   creek,  and   adjoining
A. 1 M |,W corner pout No 1 Halm, marked
"J. .1. (*. N. W, comer post," thejue east BO
ehaltiH, thenoe  south Ml chalna,   theure   went  Ho
ohalns. thenoe north ho chain* to the placs of
eouimencemeut containing MO acren,  more  or
Dated October, '-".".in, uo?.
No. 2   Commencing nt " peat pbinted atmui
two and a half mil'- frtim   the  Vest loop  of   the
B. <,'. Houtberti Hy on h Mtnnll htn-atii einptvliiK
into Carroll Creak and marked "J.J.O.K w.
corn.-r    iMit't."   thence  nouth   Wt  chain**,   theuev
eaat hn i Iialn*.   th.-nce   norih   ho ihalii**,   ihence
weat Wl chain*, to   the   point   'of  eommi*nfemeut,
Containing Bin acren, more or leaa.
Dated OotOber Utbi 1U07.
Ho, 8,  Uontmenotng at a pont plant. <i ui-out
one half mile   Irom   the   went   loop  of  the M   (
Southern h>-., on Carroll creek marked "J J. (;.
H,  ��*. . corner |aj��t, Ihence south BO Chains, thenCS
nasi W) chains,   thetice   no  lb   Nl  Ohalns,   tin nc*
wesl B0 chatnn to   the   place  of commencement
con tnl n I iik tilh acren, more or leaa.
Dated October SStb. IW)7.
Johh Jamk* Camkrun, Locator.
ilav.* von beard ot "'   ,u *
���hot    made   aape-Jallf te *_���   .
when Iho wet wenllier is W^ f
Made In men's and \V..ni--n. 1 ' t
Celt I'ppeis, and Full IsmW" **'"
Price. Women".  *"���**
.,     ,                                            ..$�������
Men .    	
R.   ANDREW   *   CO.   Proprietor..^
I******** ********<,******************************** ���
Do You Need an Overcoat?
Nelaon Lund District.   Distrlctof Weat Kootenay.
Tnke notice lhat I, Alexander  Jo*eph  McCool.
of Pernio, ii t;.. oooupation, hotel keeper, intend
to  apply   foraopcciHl   timber licence over tiie
following doMcrltird  landa:
No I. t'omiiieueiiiK ata poat phuilcd nh'iut
three mllea from the H 0. Houthern Ity, weat
loop on (.'arroll cruik, mark*-d "A. J M. ri K.
corner pont," Ihence nortb HO chains, theuce
went wi chalna. theiico south W) ehalns, thenee
east wj chiilim to the place of commencement,
con lalnlng U40 acres, more or leas.
Dated Ocioie r 2nth. l'J07.
No.'.I. (.oiiimeiieiuf- at a p'.at planted ithoiil
one aud a half mile from lln- west loop of Dull. C. Houthern Hy. on a small stream ruiiuiiiK
Intot'nrroll Creek and marked "A.J M N.V\,
corner poat, thence south Hn chftins, Ihence east
BO obalOS thence north wi ehalns, theuce wi-nt
Hhchnlua to the place of commencement enn-
tiiluluu f.iu acres, more or less.
Dated October 2flth, 11107.
No :i < Miniii. ic ih.* at a post pliinlei] aholit
two mllea from the went loop of the H. <'. Hnnth-
erh Bt. On Carroll creek, marked " A. J. M . H.It.
corner pont," theneo went BO chains, thenco
north Ho chalus, theuce east HO chains, thence
"-utli HO (.halns c-onlalnfng 640 acrus, more or
Dated October 28th, IWl.
Alexander JoaapH MuCooL, Locator.
We hav.- a ttrge
V7e Ipb prepared
nek  oT
tiutko     you
overooal on  Uw
fAotlOD   K'latanti
ghortMl Botioa
Notice In hereby Klven Hint the tin
deralgned have H.ii.iuiit.-.l to tbe Men
t.-nani-lSi.vernun iiiC.niiiell a propoaal
under llie  Rlverfl  and   Slieains   Ael  for
ih.. clearing and removing obatruotlona
from   111."    Ilnliainel    Creek    lotlierwlne
known a... Blx-Mlle Oreek) In the Dli
iric't.  <.r   w. bi   Kootenay,  Provlnoe   of
HrlilHli Coliiiiililu, nnd lor inuklti.; lhe
���aid   ereek   III   Inr liiftlnK nnd     driving
ihereon i.ikh, timber and lumber, and
ror erecting ami maintaining dami on
Hi,, aald ereek, nnd for constructing
and maintaining boom*, ior balding,
Bprtlng nnd delivering inun and timber
thereon, nnd for attaching boomi <m
Koolenay Lake ut the mouth of wild
The inniia tn ho affected hy auoh
work are l^it�� 7K7, 7KK, 7Bii1, 777^. M04,
Kill nnd 8. l:S ull In (ii-otlp One. KOOt*.
nayiDlHlilel, and other lnn.lB not Crown
11 lanteil. oeeujileil   or  Improved.
Tho toiiH proposed i�� be charged nre
Hiieh uh may be iixe.i by the Judge of
the County Courl  of Went Kootenay.
Dated the sssih dny of Ootober, 1007.
"COMPANIES   ACT,   1897."
that Win."' A
Nolle," IB hereby given II'--
town ol Oreatf", I"""
2 """"i1"""* SntefaSt
torney    of    "The    Klnney-MH" r
Miller, of  thi
mini,  IniB  he
ic comiiM*-'
Reglitrar of Joint s.*.." ��� -
Victoria, llritlBhC..l.ii..bla.Octob��rJl.
Certificate ^Jmprovemetifr
sl���   III    Ih."   N'l����"    "I *   ""' ,_,.,
Hslmou liver.   ��>">   < ""K   M""""""'
miles Iron Kile, B. I . ,.���,,i(lall.i|s". '.!,,
th.parM.aol oFtalalni Otowa
%a�� ,'?*'\:;;;r,.'':rv.^:;.''"������"'
....���ii.in HI. mual I"' " """,     ,.���T,ii.e"l��"
l^_SX^!S-*'''��"' The Dairy Cana*....
This is fresh-killed poultry and will give you
every satisfaction.    ORDER NOW.
More supplies arriving later.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
1NELSOIN, 13. C-
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Yale Kootenay  Ice, Fralt,
Fuel & Poaltry Co., Ltd.
N. E. co.. Baker   and   Ward   St..
v       i ui. Dlstrlet. District ol West Kootonay
IfTaks notloa  that Kre.l. J. Hmiimous, ageut tor
>'..-i i   fanner, ol Nelson, oooapattoo  srateb*.
m-,l.i-r    intend- lo appl'"   for   peimtsmoti to pur-
cUa-' the following  deeorlbed   lands:    rouiinep-
, i- r, poat    *-*i-*.iitud    nlaiMt  '-**--   miles  east ot
k      beoos -I" chain*,   in   au easterly
Lhanea   -"-i obftln*    south,   thenee  to
*. ..-i.-riy direeUon, thenee��ohalns
ttortll Ui '.ti'' poini ..leonsuienceinent.coiiuiniii*-
..r  lest
v uth, i-xn.
FKsnau a   Iohn Ta*��**ir,
Y J. Mammons, Agent.
y . .!-.;;! Dlstrlet. Dlslrlct ol West K.MiteUHjf
Tski eotles that Fred J Summons, agent ior
a a a. aril, ol Pfoetor, oooopftUon rsnebor,
iDies-li spplr for (termission to porobftaethe
 * ���..      r-ortbed   lands:    Comiaenolnft at a
X*j*\ ,   ->.      I sbontlH miles east ol W n-oli creek,
i . 0���ina, thenoa northwest B
aortheeal 10 ah*Ina, in tin a south-
... .���        ���.- i.i the ihe point of commencement
���oDUtaini Mi acrea. more or le��a.
. .'..     ...    ���  th,   IWl.
Aa. IHBAl-n   A-.IP.R-oS   BAt.LASI>,
Agent  F   J    HammoHb.
I   Vtlwa Und DUtrlot.   DUlrici ot Wfit Kooteuay
> thai W, A. Hudson, Umt-er cruiser,
-i'okaiie county, Washington, one
of the I run ���! Maw-nof Amertra, intend*, to apldy
.. :�����;��..��,   iimtM-r   license   over   the lollowlug
Conunenelns ot a post marked
���  i on ths north hank of   lorn creek,
u ol   the North lork of torn creek
sitli  tin   'u-*.iii   strata!-  about    Ave   mllea   In a
������*��� -'     i  llrecUon Irom continence Of ��atd torn
. -,���:. ths Kootenaj nv��r;  theoos north 40
iiien.-e west   Hio chains; thence aouth 4U
nee easi  160 chalna to point of mm*
1 "ii la in lug Mu a ere* more or leaa.
"el*, land  adjoin* timber  limit  No 7  on the
��� rn Sad timber limit   No. n on the aouth, as lo-
Die-a-.-i November 7, itw7.
��� Wttt-lAM A- Ilrnso***, Locator
Patrick Q. Rhine
lH-cUred   mid signed by lhe within named   W
A Hudson  on   theiltihday of November, A   D
ms   at   M|Mikane,   Spokane   Cniintr.
������'���(liuigton, one of the United Mates oI America.
i'atkuk o Sams.
and Dlatriot, Diatrict ot Wm\ Koolenay
Take aottoa that IsalxMle l'larce,   f Htrassburg.
itloo   married   woman,   Intends   to  apply
lion   to   purchase  lhe   lollowlug  des
.1-      i oiiiuienctng at a post planied al
.ii   ol   tne   north   hom-dary ol   l-ol
'��� i   lbs  eaat  boundary   ot   lot   No    MH..,
���  ���'���'���    ���  . halns, more or U-ss, to the north
'    r   .d    liintaT   Limit    No.   "i"l.   thenee
north W chains,  thenee west  DO chains, more or
ieatuletde ol Whatehan lake, theooa
i   .��� same  in  a  southerly and  sraeterly
Ion in. ebalna, mor,. ,,r leu tothettiter
in with tot U86. thenoe 8ft ohalns,  more or
���ring eaaterl)   boundary otLottlttta
jwim ot . immencement,
bated .th Ootober. 190T.       U*�����?-���-*��� 1'isrcf.
f 'i. FAfi-i'ivn, igenL
"���   '     Land Dlatriot,   Dlslrlct of West Kooteuay
Tsks   BOtlOS   lhat    Alexander    J      MeOool,   ol
I'f'ii   H c , ooonpatlon elerk, intends to appl)
����.prrmtsslon   to   purchase   the   following   -]-*���
1 '  ' I '.I . :   ���.-. ... -iissi  at a i'  '  planted on
hern boundary ulli   U Botttbern  Kail
���'������" ol way,  about  one   and   a half  miles
!."in   ihe  liortUwehl  corner OtlOtKS-,
Keotenay,    thenee   south   Hn chains,
east 80 ebalna. thenoe nortb 8D chains to
boundaryofsaid rlibt-of-wa*, tbenoa
1 ��� s chains along said southern boondaryto
,H';'11   ��1   ��� mn ii'cuiein,    and  containliiK ���"'���"-���
set \ more or leas,
bated November uth, 1907,
Al.KXANDKH  -I     Mct'OOI,.
at ion
l-and District. District of Wesl Kootensy
notice that Philip Hrook-bank.o! Nelson,
���' iination rancher, intends to apniv for
lion to pur.liase the followilur described
1 "iiiiiiei,i-ink nt >i peal planted 00 the
nr*a ol t'pper Whaiahait t< ariboo) Lake, ��l
enrner of lot U80, lhenoe west A) chains,
*-omhH0 chnius,    hence east 20 chains,
less,  to   lhe   Sbpre  0!  the   lake.   Ih. no*
I] alone tbe said shore88 chains, more
lament, couututuK
. i point at , ���
res. more <>r leaa.
1 ������ Sept. 18th, i'��<-7
l'uii.t.ic nin."K-i
Nelson band District.    Diatrict ol West Koolenay
l��k.*  notice  that  Hugo  Costens, ol Alloas,
,K ba,    luriner.     Intends    to     apply    toi
r"'in*.t"loii lo purchase the   following   described
1 -on in,.ddug   at   a   posi    pinnled   nbont
���*ven miles Irom tho mouth of Mowiiiltto  cn-ck.
1,1 hortbeaat   oorner of una   applloatlon am'.
"isrked   '11   r   N. K. corner," and ruuuing nouth
"'Chains, thenoe weal HO Obeini, thenee north Hn
""���in*..  Ihence ensl HO chains   to   point  of  coin-
""���iicmi tu, colalnlim MO acrea.
fated BOth tlay of August. 1��07.
Artmi'k A. Hi'uton, Ai/i-nl.
HallOO baud Diatrict. Dt��lrl. t Of West Koolenay
'Like     notloe   'hat     Frank     F.    HleniHii.     "f
^M��na, Muuiloi.tt. brnkur. HitwiidK to apply
' perinlHsi ui to purehiise the toliowing ilea-
r,l'M bin.1 .    OoirtmencltlB   n'npoat   plant.-lnt
" wiitheasi ooruor ��>f iVnd  applied for.abont
m.'iml'"'''������*���- ",,��� mnutb of Mosii'iiito creek
����rked k i* h.h. it 'r.'-.-nd punning thanoe
���wth 80ohalns, ihence wc-i m chains, tbsnoe
wtith 80 obalns, thenoe east bu ehalns to polnl ol
"Minimcement, oontftlnlou fUoaorei.
->��lwl SOtli day of AUgUBtj 1*17.
Amiii'H -v  RiiRTOts.'Afranl
loth ' -s��?u?a ���o-thwestftri* iii"
j.     "e plillil ,,[ coinnii'liCeinellt,
llf"VSlnr*' nr lt-''"t-
Ufttad November Itith, iwn. 3AU9M 11   HuhnKN,
1*. 1*   iti'HM.s*. Agent.
RelsOO l-and District. District of West Kootenav
Take notice   that j(,hi, James Cameron, of
ipation   contrai
aipiy    for   permlatum   to
les   rlbed   I'lid;    Coi
Ferule.   HrlliHn
tor.    intends
pur.'ha-e   the   folioWli*^    _.
rnenntni   at a post  planted  on   the  southern
boundary of the H: i . Southern rightof-way
aoout 40 chains westerly from the is. W oorner
of lot 3WM, group 1, Koolenay, thence south Ml
Chains, theuee eaat 40 chains, thence north CO
"���halns tO the southern houndary of the aai-1
right ,.f way, thenee westerly along said south
em boundary of right ot way lo ihe ikjIiiI r
i-ommenccmeut, and containing 241) acres, more
or leaa.
Dated November ��th. 1*17.
 i    Johh Jam ex t'.AWFRo--.
Kelson Land Dlstrlet   Dismotol Weet Koou-nay
Take notice that -John   BbUll, Ol Needles. B.i:,
OOQUOatlon   rancher.  Intends  to  apply   fo'per-
mlselon   to  pnrohaae  the following   deacrlbed
laud; UOiamenejng at a post plauU>d at the
northwest corner of l_ot 7MW. tbeuce west 40
chains, theuce south Ho chains, thenee east 40
Ohalna, thenoe north no ehaina to the point nl
.mil Mi-uceuient, and containing 3��> acres, more
or Lees
1 a ted !8'h October, 1907. Jam** SmELL,
             F ti. FAi-^riEa, Agent.
Nelaon Land District    District of West Kootenay
Take notice lhat   Ang'U-   Mert|ll. of the City of
Nelaon, oeonpatlon tl reman, intends to apply for
permission t��* purchase lhe   following  described
lands:    Commencing  at a   p.ist  planted  at the
>. W.   corner   I.    f    Morrlaou's   ranch,   In   Fir
alley, th. -see   north   forty   (40)   ehaina,   them-
��� at  fo"y (40) ehalns,   thence   south   forly   (4o
sins, thenoe weel forty , M) chains run t a
nni.enccu.ent.    and  containing    one   hundred
'1 slxtj (Ifin) acre*, more or laas.
Dted Septe nber 2nd.  1907.        ANocs Mcftti.I.
910 F��l_R iVIOiNITM
We offer you best fruit lands;
boat terms; best location; boat
climate. Absolute    titles.      You
d.sn't have to use all of your means
in paying for land. We want you
to put It into development. We
also have tracts of 50 to GOOO acres.
prices and terms the best. We own
these lands aud handle nothing on
If you don't see Frultvale you
__������ the best In B. C.
Kootenay   Orchard
Ward Street, Nelson, B. C.
2 lbs. ior 25c.
Joy's Cash Grocery
Cor, Josephine and Mills Bt_,
NoUoa Ih iH-r.'l.y _lve�� that the tin-
detaigned peraona hava made application ander tin- provlBlone of tit'1 "Li*
quor Ucenae Act," L800, tor Hotel Licences nt the places sel opposite names.
.lohn Marshall. Marshall Hotel, Kitchener.
Fred    Adlo,    Fort    Slu-ppard     Hotel,
0.  T.  Snow. Outlet  Hotel,   Procter.
0. D. Burgess, Bdna Hotel, Patterson.
tVroblbald   A Davis,    Palace    Hotel,
.i  w. Hasterson, Ymir Hotel, xmlr,
ED.   M.     Peters,   St     Charles     Hotel,
John    Breau,      Cosmopolitan      Hotel.
J;  8. Coleman, Waldorf lintel. Ymir
Samuel Miller. Miller  Hotel. Ymir.
Louisa Mcivuk, Sirdar Hotel, Sirdar.
Wm. Gosnell, Grove Hotel. Fairview.
Mulelte  &   Johnson,   Kootenay   Falls
Hotel  -Slocan Junction.
1    R    Unimex,   Mersey   Hotel.  Krie.
HJ.   F.    McArthur.    Northern    Hotel,
Salmo. ,   _
(Jeo    Mend. Creston   Hotel.  Creston.
Alex   McKesson, Krie Hotel, Krie.
Joseph Walker, Kricksou Hotel, Erlckson. ��� *.--_    .
Kill I h Qille. Vancouver Hotel, Ymir,
Wm  Gray, Salmo Hotel, Salmo.
Geo   Munro,   Munro  Hotel  Creston.
A meeting or Iho Hoard of Licence
Commissioners, will lie held to consider
BUOh apDlloatlonS, at tho Court House.
v Nelson, on Monday. Ihe l��th day
of Deeemher, 1907, at tho hour of 3
,,-clock in tho afternoon^  __V1TT(
Chief Licence Inspector.
Nelson, B. 0*. 15tU November, 1907.
Physician's    Report    on
Illness of Kaiser.
- Herlln, Dec. 4.���In consequence of
tho rumors of his Ill-health recently
circulated hy the press, the following
senii-oflleial oomm tinicatlon regarding
Kniperor William  was given out:
"His Majesty al the end of October
and the he-ilnulng of November had a
COUgh and cold, with catarrh in the
bronchia] tubes, accompanied by high
temperature. Up had, therefore, to
keep in bed for several days. As his
.Majesty thereafter felt weakened, and
as the lingering after-effects of his condition refused to disappear in Berlin, he
decided. In accordance with his visit to
Windsor Castle, to make a stay on the
southern shore of ESnglAnd for the recuperation of his health. His Majesty's
catarrh Is now cured, and bis general
condition is making most satisfactory
progress, progress that was somewhat
retarded through a ���light straining of
the left knee, which he sustained during a hunt at Windsor. This, however,
is now nearly com plot el v well. The
statements made by certain newspapers regarding larnL'iil or ear trouble
are quite without foundation."
On Rivers and Harbors.
Washington, Dec. 4.���With an attendance that includes the governors of
several states, the mayors of a number
of cities and representatives of trades
and business organizations In every section of the country, the National Rivers
and Harbors Congress assembled in this
city today and will remain In session
until Saturday, The congress, owing to
its representative character and the
prominence and Influence of the partic-
clpants, promises to give a fresh impetus to the popular demand for inland
waterway and harbor Improvements.
Joseph K. Hansdell of Louisiana Is president, and J. F. Klllson of Cincinnati is
secretary of  the  congress.
The present convention will neither
advocate nor consider any special projects for river and harbor Improvement.
It will stand for a broad and liberal
policy by the national government for
all such improvements ns have been
favorably passed upon by the board of
Vnlted States engineers and by them
recommended to the congress of thp
United States. The convention will demand that a more liberal proportion of
the revenues derived from commerce
by the government shall be expended
on Improving the national waterways.
Heretofore that proportion has heen 3
per cent.
By declining to consider any Improvements that have not gone through the
regular channels of the war department
and congress, the convention proposes
to avoid difficulties that would otherwise arise. The rivers and harbors
have many strong advocates in congress.
including the speaker of the house, and
President Roosevelt has declared his
Intention to do nil he can to advance
improvements  of waterways.
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"COMPANIES   ACT.   1897."
Canada, )
Province of   BrtUaU  Columbia,   j
No.   407.
This Is io i-cftily that "Western Canada Timber Company Limited," is authorised and licensed to carry on business within the Province of British Columbia, and to carry out or effect all or
any of the objects of the Company to
which the legislative authority of the
Legislature of British Columbia extends.
The head olllce of the Company Is sit
Hat." ;ii 161 i, Dashwood House. New
Broad Street, In the City of London.
The amount, of the capital of the
Company is one hundred and seventy-
ilve thousand pounds, divided Into one
hundred and seventy-five thousand
shares of one pound each.
The head office of the Company In
this Province is situate at Nelson, and
Leslie Hill. Manager, whose address is
Nelson. B.  C, Is  the  Attorney  Tor thu
Given under my hand and seal of office ut Victoria, Province of Hritish Columbia, this _5th day of October, one
thousand  nine   hundred  and  seven.
[L.S.] B.  Y.   WOOTON,
Keglstrar  of Joint  Stock  Companies.
The objects fm* which this Company
has been established and UcenHod
ia.) To carry on business In Canada
or elsewhere as saw-mill proprietors,
timber merchants and timber growers,
and to buy, sell, grow, prepare lor market, manipulate, import, export, and
deal ln timber and wood or all kinds,
and tO manufacture and deal In articles
nf all kinds in the manufacture of which
timber or wood Is used, and to carry
on business as ship owners and carriers
by land and water, and so far as may
he deemed expedient the business of
general merchants, and to buy, clear,
plant, and work limber estates and limits:
(b.) As the first operation of the
Company to purchase or otherwise acquire and take over aa a going concern
the business and undertaking of the
Canadian Pacific T Imber Company,
Limited, nnd all the timber limits,
lands, buildings nnd erections, water
rights, fixed and moveable plant and
machinery, tools, utensils, logs and
lumber, live and dead stock, stores and
effects, and other the property and assets of that Company In British Columbia and with a view thereto to execute
and make the agreement referred to in
Article 3 of the Articles of Association
of  the  Company:
(c.) To seek for and secure openings
for the employment of capital In Canada or elsewhere, and with a view
thereto to prospect, enquire, examine,
explore  and test, and   to  despatch  or
employ expeditions, commiSBlonera, experts and other agents:
(d.) To institute, enter into, carry
on. asBlst or participate in financial,
commercial, mercantile, industrial,
manufacturing, mining and other businesses, works, contracts and undertakings and financial operations of all
kinds, and to undertake and carry on
any business transaction or operation
commonly undertaken or carried on by
financiers, promoters of companies,
miners, bankers, or underwriters, concessionaries, contractors for public
and other works, capitalists or merchants, and to carry on any other business which may seem to the Company
capable of being conveniently carried
on In connection with any of the objects
of the Company or which may be
thought calculated, directly or indirectly, to enhance the value of or render profitable any of the Company's property
or   rights:
(e.) To open, promote, acquire, construct, equip, maintain, improve, work,
manage or control, or aid In or subscribe towards the promotion, acquisition, or construction, equipment, maintenance, improvement, working, management or control of works, undertakings and operations of all
kinds, both public and private,
and in particular roada, ways.
tramways, railways, telegraphs, telephones, cables, ships, lighters, harbours, piers, docks, quays, wharves,
w arehouses, bridges, viaducts, aqueducts, reservoirs, embankments, waterworks, water-course**, canals, flumes.
Irrigations, drainage, sawmills, crushing mills, smelting works, iron, steel,
ordnance, engineering and Implement
works, hydraulic works, gas and electric lighting, electrical works, power
supply, quarries, collieries, coke ovens,
founderies, furnaces, factories, cement,
limestone and other works, carrying
undertakings by land and water, public
and private buildings, townsites. residences, cottages, stations, stores and
shops, whether for the purposes of the
Company or for sale or hire to or ln
return for any consideration from any
other companies or persons:
(f.) To promote, make, provide, purchase or otherwise acquire, take on
lease, or agreement, acquire running powers over, lease, let. grant
running powers over, work, use.
sell and dispose of railways,
tramways and other roads, ways and
means of access to any part or parts
of the property of the Company, and to
contribute to the expense of promoting,
making, providing, acquiring, working
and using the same, and to purchase.
take on lease or otherwise acquire and
hold, and to erect, alter, pull down, rebuild, and adapt houses, cottages, warehouses and buildings, and to purchase,
construct, erect, hire and maintain.
work, us e, lease, sell, charter or let,
rolling stock, plant and machinery.
trade utensils and appliances, locomotives, engines, waggons, trucks, carriages, ships, tugs, barges, piers, harbours, wharves and other appliances.
works and vehicles for and used In
connection with the transport by land
or water of the produce of the Company's works  and  properties:
(g.) To make and carry Into effect, arrangements with land owners, railway,
shipping or canal companies or owners, carriers and any other companies
and persons for the purposes of the
Company, and to grant mining and
other licences over, or leases of, any
part or parts of the property and rights
of the Company:
(h.) To purchase or otherwise acquire, hold . sell, exchange, mortgage,
charge, convert, turn to account, dispose of and deal In real and personal
property and rights of all kinds, and
in particular lands, buildings, hereditaments, business concerns, aud undertakings, mortgages, charges, annuities,
patents, patent rights, copyrights, licences, securities, grants, charters, concessions, leases, contracts, options, policies, book debts and claims and any interest in real or personal property,
and any claims against such property.
nr against any persons or company, and
to finance and carry on any business
concern or undertaking so acquired, and
to keep up or abandon all or any of the
properties, businesses, patents or privileges now or hereafter to be acquired by
the  Company:
(I.) To transact and carry on all
kinds of agency and commission business, and In particular to collect moneys, royalties, revenue, interest, rents
and debts; to negotiate loans: to find
���.Investments; and to Issue and place
shares, stocks, bonds, debentures,
debenture stock or securities:
(J.) To obtain, acquire, woik, let, or
dispose of any concessions or authorizations of any Government, municipal
body, or other authority, for any works,
or undertaking which tho Company may
desire to promoto or carry on, and to
obtain the promulgation of nny laws or
decrees which the Compuuy may think
necessary or expedient for or In respect
of any such works or undertakings, and
to oonstruot, equip, maintain and work
any such undertakings or works, und
generally carry on business as contractors for public works, or to sell and dispose of any such concessions or author
(k.) To contract with or aid nny Sovereign or other Power. Government, or
State, or any municipal or other
body. politic or corporate, or
company, or persons for or In
relation to capital, credit, means,
or resources for tho prosecution of any
works, undertakings, projects or enterprises; also to contract for and act as
agents or otherwise In relation to loans
or securities Iss tied or proposed to be
issued by any Government or State, or
municipal or other authority, or company or corporation, or persons or person:
(1.) To acquire any Inventions enp-
able of being used for any purpose connected with nny of the businesses or operations of thu Company, and to acquire
or cause to bo applied for and obtained,
any letters patent, patent rights, licences, contracts, options, or concessions.
In any part of tho world, and to grant
and Issue licences for the use of the
seme or any of them upon iucb terms
and conditions as may be uonsldorod
(m.) To subscribe for, underwrite,
buy, sell, and deal In stocks, shares,
debentures and securities, of any other
company, whether British, Colonial or
Foreign, or of any Government or authority, supreme, municipal, local or
otherwise, or of any company whose
operations may he beneficial to this
Company, or with a view to assist any
company which may carry on, or be
about to carry on, any business useful
to this Company;
(n.j To purchase or otherwise acquire and undertake all or any part of
the business, property, and liabilities of
any other company, firm or person, the
objects of which shall be altogether or
In part similar to those of this Company, or to make and carry into effect
arrangements with respect to the union of interests, co-operation, partnership, or amalgamation either in whole
or in part, with any other companies,
corporations or persons:
(o.) To sell, lease, let on hire, exchange, or otherwise dispose of absolutely, conditionally, or for any limited
interest, all or any part of the undertaking of the Company, or all or any of
the lands, hereditaments, property.
rights, or privileges of the Company,
or all or any of its undertakings, and to
accept payment therefor In money,
shares, stock, debentures, or other obligations, either by a fixed payment or
by payments conditional upon or varying with the earnings or profits of the
(p.) To establish and promote, or
concur in establishing and promoting.
associations, companies, syndicates and
underta.kings, to purchase or take over
the whole or any part of the property of
this Company, or any concessions,
rights or property In which this Company has any interest, or for any of
the objects mentioned ln this memorandum. To secure by underwriting or
otherwise the subscription of any part
of the capital, whether original or increased, of this Company, or of any
such association, company, syndicate,
or undertaking as aforesaid, and to pay
or receive any commission, brokerage.
or other remuneration in connection
therewith, or for obtaining applications
for or placing or guaranteeing the placing of any debentures, debenture stock,
bonds, or other securities of this or any
other company, and to make or receive
such payments or remuneration either
in cash or shares, fully paid or otherwise, or debentures as may he deemed
(q.) To guarantee the payment of
money secured by or payable under or
In respect of bonds, debentures, debenture stock, contracts, mortgages,
charges, obligations and securities of
any company, whether British, Colonial or Foreign, or of any authority, supreme, municipal, local or otherwise,
or of any person whomsoever, whether
corporate or unincorporate:
(r.) To pay for any rights or property acquired by the Company, or any
services rendered to the Company, In
fully or partly paid shares or stock, debentures or other securities of the Company, and to makes such payments or
gifts by way of bonus or otherwise, and
either in money or in any other value
as may from time to time be deemed
expedient for information or advice
given or for services of any kind rendered to the company, or in connection
with which the Company may be directly or Indirectly, interested, and generally to make any payments or agree to pay
any commissions, with or without any
consideration moving to the Company,
If lt Is considered by the Directors iu
the interests or, directly or indirectly,
to the benefit of the Company to do so:
(s.) To lend money to such persons
and bodies, whether upon security or
otherwise, upon such terms as the Company shall think fit, and to guarantee
the perfomance of any contracts entered
into by persons having dealings with
the Company:
(t.) To borrow or raise mo:
issue debentures or deben
either redeemable or irredc
bonds or other obligations o
of the Company, or to creat
gage or charge on all or any
property and assets of th
Including its uncalled capital or otherwise in such manner as the Compauy
shall think fit; to take money on deposit
at interest or otherwise, and to make,
draw, accept, aud endorse bills of exchange, cheques, promissory notes, and
other negotiable instruments:
(u.) To invest any moneys of the
Company uot Immediate) yrequired in
such manner as may be thought fit:
(v.) To make donations to such
persons and in such cases, either of
cash or other assets, as may be thought.
directly or indirectly, conducive to any
of the Company's objects, or otherwise
expedient; nnd to subscribe or guarantee money for charitable or benevolent
objects, or for any exhibition, or for any
public, general or other object, and to
establish or support, or aid in the establishment or support of associations.
Institutions, conveniences, funds nnd
trusts calculated to benefit any of the
employees or ex-emp.oyees of the Company, or the dependents or connections
of such person, and to grant pensions and allowances, and to make payments towards insurance, and apply the
money of the Company in any way In
or towards the establishment, maintenance or extension of any association, institution or fund for protection of the
Interests of masters, owners and employers against loss by bad debts,
strikes, workmen's combinations, lire,
accidents or otherwise, or for insuring
or re-lnsuting with any company, firm
or person, any risks, guarantees, or obligations undertaken by the Compnny or
to which it may be subject:
(w.) To distribute any assets of the
Company among its members in specie:
(x.) To do all acts necessary to procure the Company to he duly constituted or Incorporated nnd registered, or
recognised, as a corporation or association tn Canada or America, or elsewhere:
(y.) To carry out the above objects,
or any of them, either on account of the
Company alone or In conjunction with
any company, association, firm, person
or persons, and In any part of tho world,
and generally to do all such acts and
things us are incidental or conducive
to the attainment of all or any of the
above objects, and the Intention is that
thu objects specified ln each paragraph
of this clause shall, except where otherwise explained in such paramaph. be In
nowise restricted by reference to or inference from the terms of any other
paragraph or the name of the Compauy.
We have for sale six of the finest building lots in the city, situated at
the corner of Josephine anil Hoover streets. These lots are cleared and
fenced  and    command    a magnificent  view.     Price,  $2,000 for  the six or
will be sold separately is desired. _���aaasr,.-,��.   ...
���{     MOM PWX PAR.
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A great many sales have been made of lots In this charming suburb
of Nelson and only a few best lotB ar�� lefL
Don't Forget
That Fire Insurance you were going to put on this fall, or that
accident and health policy you Intended writing which covers
all accidents and 30 diseas-8.
Let us quote you rats* on the above.     :'*'.*_*��5*,;,' i)
McDermid A McHardy
C. P. R.
To Montreal, Toronto, and all points
west thereof in Ontario and Quebec.
Quebec, St. John, Halifax, Maritime Province rates on application.
Tickets on sale daily December 1st to
December 31st. Round trip First
class.   90 day limit.
Halifax, St. John or Portland and return-
Salooon���$104.50. Second���$78.25.
Steerage���$55.00,   and   up  according to
For    detailed    information,    sailings
ocean  steamers,   first   class   or   tourist
sleeper   reservations   apply     to     local
agent or
All. P.A..Vsncouv-r. U PA.. N.lsora
160 ACRES���About eight miles from
Nelson. Frequent trains, cabin,
springs. Owner would subdivide if
necessary $20 to $25 per acre.
25 ACRES Near Nelson���C.ood. road.
Water rights.  Small house. Stable.
Fruit   trees,   bushes   etc $4,000.
Also land    on    Kootenay and    Arrow
lakes, Slocan and Salmon rivers, etc.
Real Estate Agent
315 Baker St..  Nelson,  B. C.
Certificate  of Improvements
-���t'ultui" Mineral CUlm nltuatc in th** Nelson
Minline I'tvislun, ot the Wei-t HooU-nay lUrUrUH.
Whan liu-iil* '1 : o.i Tumi Mountain two fcttd k\
hull m Hen. tnmi NcIhod, B.C.
Ttilse nntlcu tlinl I, ��� A Mr-.-tlon.ild, acting sn
an&l tor Sash ^"tbt-rlan-l, I'm Miucr's Oer-
tllli-ate No- HS.Sf9i lnlcud t'*t>itay* front tbe ilaio
in*rent, to apply to thi* Mining Kucot'liT Inr a
ivrttncali'nf imprnvt*muttlfl, (or the nurponeol
oblulntun h t'rowu  Uraut of tbo above claim.
And I*���Tiber tatc notice lhat action, muter
BsottOQSti mum be i"innieuceil before the ls-
nuanec ot Ruch Certificate ol Improvements
Pntod thi*-.Mr*, day ot September, A   I) , 1907.
T-emont House
Snrovean .nd Aaasrtosn Flan
��� sal, at co*.  Boom. Irom x oia. to n.
omy White Help Cmplona.
Ba��.r at.. Nelson Presrttloi*
Moat cnmfortsble quarters      Nelson}
of Liquors snd ".lgsrs.
Only the best
-JS-.0.   PHIL8ERT
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated . and refurnished. Rooms 60 cents upward. The
dining room ls unexcelled In the city.
Honse heated throughout with hot
J. A. BBIOl���ON, Proprietor.
Telephone, 260.   Opposite Court Houa*
and Postofflce. Nelaon, B. C.
Queen*s Hotel
Bsksr street. Nalaon. B. c.
Largs   snd   Oomfrirtable   Bedrooms   sad first*
cJatf. Dining Room.
MRS. E. C. CLARKE, Proprietress.
Ba_ tlett   House
Best DolUr-a-Day Honse in Nelson.
Tb. Bar la tbe Pineal.
White B.lp Oul.   aVraplorsd
losephlne St.
Royal Hotel
Bates 91 and $1.B0 a Day.
Special Rates to Regular Boaidsss
In the Matter of    the "Land    Registry
Act" and Amendments thereto,
an application tor the Issue of'
fertitli-aic of Tllle tor 1,-ots
���Uronp 1 Kootenay District
_-iven itint it tn my luientlon
tration ot one month Irom the
.���i i'i>i a ituiili. i> in Certiorate ol
ilesci-U-e'l Uiul,-, In thenameof
nbertm.n which Certificate ls
of August,  1HV<8,  an.l  In iiuiii-
Ofnce,   Nelson,   lit.,   Hist  ol
District Kfigisirar.
tU Kinds of Heating Plants In Stock.
Victoria St., Nr. Onera House.     Tel. 111.
In the matter ol
a ilupHcaiu of the
_tut. MiS, ami isw,
Notice ts hereby
to tifoie at thu exp
first publicHtliin h
Title to i**v above
Jaiiic Rodertok it
dated the 'Mi da*
be iv I ib.j.-k.
Land    RMliftry
August, nun.
W.    O.    OILLETT
Contractor  anil
Bote agent for the Porto Rleo Lumber Co.. Ltd..
retail yards. Rough snd dremittd lumber, turned
work and hrftckots. Co-ant lath end nhlugles, sesb
aud doors. Cement, brick and lime fur sale.
Automatic grinder.
Yard and laotory: Vernon St.. east of Hall
NI1L801N,   B. G.
, o  Hot *aU. Tot*-ikon*
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Tne Daily Canadian
Are yon in doubt whal to Beled tor Christmas gifts? Have a
look in those beautiful Hammered Brass and Copptr Goods we have just
opened up Th. Bmol Ing Bets a i it...si artistic in design and oannot
rail ii, plea-', w.. iii, also showing many other things In this ware
which are useful as well aa ornamental. Come in nnd see our Christmas novelties.
aianu*-**^1 uRirsa
Watchmaker and Optician
at 35c
We were lucky enough to
secure io dozen oi these
goods. They are the odds
and ends of a wholesale
hosiery stock. Some are
worth 45c and some 50c the
pair. Your choice today
at 35c the pair.
3 Pair for $1.00
Sec Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to Soo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Croadsdaile & _.
Next Door to Bank of Commerce.
Waterproof Paints
Coal Tar, Pitch,
Creosote, Oils for
Preserving Timber,
Roofing Pitch and
Boat Builders will I nd it to then ad-
vantage ro of   our Piteh.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.
A consignment of 5
Peterson   Patent
In   all  sizes, shapes and
Queen  Cigar  Store
tore s
rops.       J
A. McDonald & Co.
Dealers in staple nnd fancy Groeerii***,
Butter, Kkkh.
Oamp and Hlnttl1 SupplioB.
A. M. Can. See. C. B.
Mining Work a Specialty.
Offlce:   Heal.���>  Building.    P. O. Box 434
���aker St., NELSON, B. C.
Best Har-l Coal on t:.e market.
I ii.nkl.o.icl Hrl-
The   Best   Ilom-slic Coal.
We^t Transfer Co.
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Oof-.    Vernnn ��ncl    ..Vor-tl Slrctls
.���vtiusor-i. B. c .
Miss Mullen. Walla Walla; Miss Ethel
M. Kiiie-ti, Portland; Mrs. 11. M. Steven-
Bon, Ainsworth; \V. 11. Brandon, Silver-
ton; J. W. Power, Kaslo; .1. White. P.
II. Burnham, Qiand Forks: A. J. West.
Oreenwood; 11. A. Carney. Procter; C
v. Williams, 11. w. Qoggin- Vancouver;
J. T. Laraway, Spokane; l��. G. Morey.
Ymir;  A. C. Robertson, Calgary.
Corner of Stanley and Victoria Sts.
Two Blocks from Depot.
II. Ward, A. Wade, Vancouver; F.
Heighten, Plcton; J. Fisher, Paulson;
I il Cameron, Grand Forks; <; 11.
Hunter, Pincher; C. F. Olson, Ains-
.voith; Miss \. Thltordean, South Do-
v. r; W. Bailey, 1.. Bedford, Winnipeg;
C. Busch, Phoenix; It. F. Miles. Victoria.
J. Blakeiin, ... St. Paul; A. Vernier,
Granite; It. Copper, Slocan: C. K. Mai-
Una -Casio; li 1', Jones, Bpokane; C.
O'Brien; Grand Forks; it. Bourreau,
Manitoba; ''. Roberts, I) J. Weir anil
wife, Rossland; W. I. Hill, J. Qulnn, P.
Southwortb, Harrop; B. Swanton, llos-
mor:  .1. Glrwood, It. J. Moffatt. Green*
 I:   P.  Gilbert, J.  John   an.)   family,
Mi- hi i: G  K. Pentland, Creston; M. Mo.
P -F  on, sliian;   IJ. Davidson. Boswell.
W. Qray, Salmo; A. W. Telsoli: I,.
��CC    I   hn,    llai:o|i;    I)     I..    Millie.   Van-
'. uver;  c. Garrett, Wesport.
w. w   Lock,  Prultvale;   C.  F.  Harrl-
��� 11. Grand   Forks:   O  MacGregor,  Na-
usp;  1;   Leve, Phoenix;  A,  .V Cowan,
McCal 1,   Bonnlngton;   J.  Aulson.
H    0   Bonall,    Spokane;    G.   Scott,  J.
3tinaton, Salmo.
T. M   Brooks, l.   Brooks, Fernie;  A.
r. Canning, M   Rutledge, Cascade.
11. McDonald Vmlr; .1. <:. stead, Ross-
and: <). ll Burke, Nakusp: L. Prltch*
aril. Trail: J. Sharpies, .1. Angle. Spokane.
Geo.  P.  Player
Jffice   Room   No.   2,  t-LLIOT      BLOCK.
.'. C. GREEN       F. P. BURDEN        A. H. GREEN
?vil Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
P. 0. Box 145    Phnn. 2*1 B.
Ivil'NI.   A Pipe, wlil.li Hn. loser may refovor
by etillmy nl tin- Sbertff'l ..lllee, l-icntllvniR
.roperty, .nil psylng for this sdvertlsemerjt.
rANTED   Hud  Wnitr.-t-s for  Bote! Strntit-
ciiUh     Apply MiiiiHKur. |
l   I'AK'J'NKK   with 12,1*01)  to   purehnRe & trull
li iii'iir Ni'Ndti    A k"*"' f>iMM*iil(ttlmi    l"���rt*
acted not bs tattoelv
Tot piirtii'uhir** nj>*'ly 1
Comtortftblfl Homo lor a Young L..-.y, would
i Miit either M'hnol teacher* 01 rotmi Iftdyln
DUSinMl In   thu <lty.     Add-i-Hr.   K. 0, Dully
Best Witty.
At Si. Saviour's church. ^HelBOO, B   C
on   Wednesday,   Deoember  4th.   hy   the
rector, Rev.  F.  H. Qraham,  Albert  Edwin   Beat, of Fairview,  It.  i\. was  mar*
ii.,1 to Miss Mary Witty, ot Ymir, B. C.
S.  O.  E.
A  meeting of the  Sons  of  England
will   be   held   in   tin*   K    of   I*   hall   to-
morrow. Ti.a .-slay, evening at 8 o'cl
sharp.     Nomination   of   officers   for   the
i-ominu  ynir  takes   plaiv  at   this   m�� * i
Ing.    A   full attendance ol members Is
requt sted.
Roller   Carnival.
The ouwQuerade carnival at the Alios roller skating rink tonight! Is certain to attract a large crowd. In tin-
short   space  of time  sinet*  tin-  rink   was
opened many of the novices bavt   b
come proficient on  wheels and  ������
as   a   spectacle   the niasipptrade   should
be   well   worth   while     The   prizes   -
fered tor beauty and propriety  of et
tome will also add interest to the even:,
the first of this kind in Nelson.
"Kafllles" is not a great play, and is
only interesting on account of the Btorles
from which it has been dramatised.
There are really only two characters In
the drama, that of the amateur craeks-
n an, who followed the "profession" for
spirit, and the burglar who followed the
work for gain. As "Raffles/1 Clarence
I-b-llaire was quite at home, and Francis
Murray gave an acceptable prest ntation
of the London burglar. Tonight the bill
is  "My   Nephew's Wife."
Neew  Books.
W, O. Thomson, the bookseller reports the arrival of the following new
books of Interest: "The Vigil." by Harold Begble, $1.26; "DeUcea/1 by Marb
Corelll, $1.25; "Captain June," by Alice
Hegan Rice, anther of Mrs. Wlgga of
the Cabbage Patch," "Lovey Mary." etc.
$1.00; "The Heart of Jessy Laurie." by
Amelia K. I'.arr, $1.25; "Whosoever
Loveth," by William Le Queux, $1.26;
"The Heavens." by (Jill-en Parker.
$1.50; "The Fruit of the Tree." b>
Edith Warton. author of "The House of
Mirth." $1.25.
Board of Trade Meeting.
At the December meeting of the Nel
BOD hoard of trade, which is due on
Thursday, 12th inst., resolutions will be
offered for presentation at the annual
meeting of the associated boards. The
provincial legislature meets this year
on .January 10th. an unusually early
date. It has been the policy and custom of the associated boards to meet
before the legislature and If possible
gel their resolutions before the government before the programme for the session is finally decided upon. The specie
committee of the board on the question
of freight rates will  meet  tonight
the Jewelery Manufactur*
Agent will sell you goods fr
>m sam-
at   25   pc
r  cent,  less than
*s  direct
from  the  factor!.
-s,   in  h
from  or
ier.    Everything
in      Ull
1NBLSOIN,     -     B. G.
TWO  I'I K.hi  , -.A.-H KOOMtri, stesm hested     Apply housekeeper, iini flat. K. W. C. block.
Notice is hereby given that a Court
of Revision and Appeal, under the provisions of the Assessment Act, respecting the Assessment Roll for the year
1008, for the Nelson Assessment l>is
trfct will be held at the Governm>nt
Office. Nelson, on December ISth, 1007,
at 10 a. in.
R.   S.   LENNIE.
Judge of Court of Revision and Appeal.
Nelson, December 2nd. 1907.
Notice 19 hereby given that at tin-
next meeting of the Hoard of License
Commissioners for the District of Ymir
to be held after tbe expiration of thirty
days, I intend to apply for a transfer of
the License for the (Jrove Hotel from
myself  to William Gosnell.
ErneHt G. Horden,
Hy  his  attorney,   Wm. Gosnell.
Dated this 12th day of November,
1 .'07
Of electrical work finished and charged
for from this shop will show you how
squarely ami honorably we conduct, our
Those who employ us need nol worry
about our charges and  as  to workmanship they know It. Ih ths best
Repairs to machinery, telephones, etc.
promptly  attended  to.
P. O. Box IBB. Phono 227 A.
I   .-        NEUON.
New Navel Oranges 40c, Suc->
60c. a do.:.
Ni-u Lemons  40c. doz.
Apples,   very   fine,
per box $2.15,
Fresh   Cider
3   lbs
20c. lb.
Corner Silica and Josspblna 8ts
pmo.m: 7
In   the   rich   display   of
which we have just put in our window.
All articles thnt  are  rich  in appear
ance. of j.rni li.al ns.-. and moderati
...st.   Tli.-v Include such articlea as
BOOK   COVERS  at   BOc,  $i,   $l.-7>,  $1 BO
and $2.2...
at    4r,c.    Tile.   $1._:..
tSJS,  $2.50.
PHOTO  ALBUMS  at  tOC,   I60, T.'.e.  |2.60
and $3.00.
���5. sue
ALBUMS   .11   sue.   $1.2.".
13.00 and J:: Tr,
at B0o, H-BO and I4JJ0.
%1M and $1 B0.
handbags, (plain, beaded and fringed) al I'.e. .".lie. T.'.e. 96c, $1.76, $''."11.
$2.-5 and $2.50.
HATPIN   HOLDERS   IBc  75c an.l   $l.mi.
TABLE SCARFS $2.26, | ' _'_. and $:i.r,fl
and a lars*e variety nf other articles especially typical "f Canada and the West
which ar.* especially nice f.-i s. ndlng to
friends in other parts of the world.
W* G. Thomson
I^hone ,14.
Nelson, B.C.
City of Nelson License District.
We, the undersigned, glvs notice that
at the next meeting of the Hoard of
License Commissioners we Intend to apply for a transfer of the license of the
Xo Place Inn from Win. Gosnell to
C. E.  WADE.
Nelson. Nov. 19.   1907
lobiiins  promptly  attended  to-    Plans
and 1-Ssti mates.
Apply 415 Hall St.
Box 385.
tist Watch
wlndnWK   Of   lhe   Old   Cil
losity Shop for
Fancy China
Prom ih.. hand painted d.iwn in tha
[���.milium grades of Cliinawai-c. Next
we, k  we will hav    a sale nt Cut Bias*.
Old Curiosity Shop
-gala mil  id (hi: Daalan tn
Fresh and Salted Meats
CampN supplied on shortest notion nnd
lowest prioe. Nothing but fr -h and
wholesome meats nod ntppSei kept Inetoak
&i ist.il orden reoehre oarefol attention.
E.   C.   TRAVsES    Wara^r.
$1.00 per Gallon
]. A. IRVING & CO.
Telephone 161,
CAPITAL,   $25,000.00   in   25 000    shares
of $10.00 each.
MANAGER, Cr..-i. r   \V    llmiike.
office. Ni, 821 Baker st. (Croasdall.
& Co.)
SEE the oemenl bloclu displayed In tba
Standard   Kiirnitaie   ("it's   window
APPLICATIONS   tor   fltocll   ale   iiiMted
PARTICULARS and fiirnis <if Application may be obtained at the Com
pany's office, ur from ii. A. Btowart,
Sollclior. Nelson, H. C.
Sherman's Opera House
The Dominion Stock Co.
"My Nephew's Wife"
New Scenery and Wardrobes.
PRICES:  $1.00. 75c and 50c
Beats "ii sale al  ltinlierfnr.ru Saturday
For Sale
The  Furniture  of a 4-room    Cottage.
Furniture   all     new. AIbo     unexpired
leaBe for  11  months. *\pply by  letter to
D,   Daily Canadian.
Buy Now
Wc have si Good Selection oi
Cheap Houses from $750 to
$1500. Let us show you
them.    J-'oine extra snaps for
investment or for a home.
DEC.  4th
Peat   Costume,   Lady's
Best   Costume,  Gentleman's.
Best   Represented   Costume.
Best Comic Costume.
On Saturday, nn    furtbor
notice oblldren will be allow
...I to akate in the forenoon
Aftfr Deoember <>r thla year tha puis
llHhera will n.n |���. permitted to Issue m
sell UiIh , din,.i, Knr lhat roaaou wo
vvero enabled to secure at about ball
the regular pries live aeti ..t ii,ih adt,
tlon, ami buyers in Nelson win escun
the li.neiii Tli,. rntormation contained
in  these  iiiii.Ua Ih  up to data, and u
work. .,r re'eienr,. are without a lual
'1'lie. wen- furtnerly wild at leather ti'2
Oloth, $ la: Our price leather. ��25, Clo th'
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
COR   BAKER   and   WARD.
Phon.  81
���I~_^s��--^��>--^--~-~^^*-~-*. B.   A.   ISAAC .1    u.     LJ...T.... .  **���*
R.   W.   HINTON*
.-��i...iring ..,*.. ........i,,i- wyep
rli.u ...*il .....*l*l.,tr  UMUHd with OasMMStBh     Hh.   ...
..--u. -.ii..i.ik ���������������j Mm M..ci.i���.r>.   i*-KjS5__2_***.���*"'
Or��   li..r��.   to.   to.    C,��,tr��ct..rs'   O.ari r" ��'
Co. hit nt lis') an.l
Pronl -ir.-..
NELSON,    E3. C.
T-fl-iphon*' j, ,
Yli. Boi Kf*, I
Let Us "Sock" it to You
in the latest Fall ami Winter slvl... ���[
M.-n-i l-'lne lliisieiy. We are "st.-ckiw-
up wuh tb.- Unaal Bosaarar lini*on',.d
Comfortable and loraUa in ��par and
. 1.1 in'   in appaaranea   v,.u sin ;���i
ii lie the new dasIgM and liaititM.
Which are poslilv.-ly pleasInK to all
correct and pardcular draaaara. All tul
.-..!. rs and wurranie.l t0 KhL. .earlnj
nnd  washing satisfaction.
Wo would Ilk*' to rim' nil our patronscomrortubie thin winter nnd tn ord-rto
do bo wc bavo In stock tbo bwl asnort ed line of heat!iik stoves and cooklo-t;
Ktoveg  and   nuigM  Ittn   bttion  prWDtXl tO tho public In Kootenay.
We would be pleased to show you our line and before mnklug yourpB^
chase kindly ace what we bave to offer..
J. H. Ashdown Hardware
Company,  Limited. Nelwn Branch.
sTARl*ii_?\r& CO.
Wf-iols.* .nie  Provisions,
Prodi     v, - Hrult.
G<>v...i., . .i Oroanier.   '��� ...     'leltB rnoelT.*d weekly fmsh from tbe
Inn i.     , ���..   j.le    .   ill bwding (frocers
OOloeand iuman      I .nston lilock,    Phone 79.
)osphin* Str-*<*t. -        -        Nelson, B. C.
sW_fS L��mbe*, SWngles,
Loth, Mouldlnj-s, Doors, Windows.
Turned Work nnd Hmi:l**-*tM. Mail Orders prmnptly attendwl K
VliRlSHIN  ITRBBT    ...    MU.HON. B. C.
We have a full stock of the
Limc-Salphcf-Salt  Winter Spray
In 50-lb. aud 1 gal. tins.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., U__
W^MFor Miners' Lum��
Wm bermen' Ranch=
.1.1/       ers     Housekeepers.
Let 0S  Soppy Yoor Needs
Wood-Vallance Hardware Co., Ltd^


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