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 OLUME 2.     No.   i,)<)
Fifty Cents a month
Conservatives on
Urge Doa_ BLeader to Favor Move
for Elkpu and Raising of
Hum Price.
The executive cummin.. oi tin- Lib-
Mil Conservative Assiiiiai.ian ,u N.-ls.in
has addressed It. 1. 1:.,1.1.11. leadei oi
the party tn the {Dominion, un Hi. sui,
ject of the reqaem iimn . >i..i 1. a.i
tenay endorsed l..*
STging thai he la'iial
npiliuice wan Ihelr
in    tha.-    fallowing
mine owners In -K.
thu boards at trad,
bis aid to Monro <���
The address   I
Nelson, H   <' - .lan   isiih. i-..��*-.
Honorable R. L   1 K   r.
Ottawa, tint..
'Dear Miy-���
We eneieae her.'-., n i: a ,>.,.. .,1 a 1 ..*-,,
lution unanimous 1.. a<l..|.t.-.i i>> lie- IS\
ocullve of tho N. . Liberal t'onsena-
tlve  Association,  tin*   ,i.u. .  and   would
respectfully request   >..in  1; 1  will an.l
offices In Mi***r   >.. hav,- .11.I..1: .  I
the resolution summit.-.! ��� th. A
socUtad Beard. 01 'I'ra.i,- in tin is.*.
enay distrteL
Tbaahil-g yo��� In anliclpaiinu, we are.
Heap, ai lull*   aaiiirs.
�����' It.   8.   1.1'S.N'Nll'S.
[ P-D.   C,   McMOltlllS.
Whereas, the *iav. i,.1.m. m ..1 ih.   **n
"fittlead mlnln;   inaiu n-   ..1   ih.    i-""'
diatrict oi um 1 1. c.-iu - '    <���
1 by the  la. . '...1 i.l   ;���.������!.    ii""
adhering t <��� the principle m tarlfl protection aa the proper basis oi solution
in this difficulty, ihls Oonasrvatlvs As*
sociallon ol tha City or Nelson, 11. c,
in the circumstances, requests ihe co*
operation of lis leader, the Hon. It. L.
Borden,  K.   (S.,  towards  carrying  Inta.
si,a inlet!  hoards
of Koolenay.
;,.- '
fan* lhe Uistrict
CHIEF  GRIt    %, "S.
Railway    Employees    Ste.   Xl  Protest
Against Prosecutioa.   12.
���nr    a    ,M*riod of live  (fa>
Irs the Domini,."  naava-i nm.ni   "��� as-
It the said .industry,  has  awaldetl   a
mty in ileu of such i.nlfs. which a-.*.
piles on the SOU   .,!  .Imi.-   in *i:  ami
Whereas, the s.-,.i..i 1  .i.el.
Tin 111   pssalil.Tr         " '���" "  "'
obtaining an an il. - -.mi  n;
period, aad tha- * ----- ��� -��- a -. 1 ��� ��� 1 hi.at.ls ..1
Trade have ad. n>.   ,a-..iuu.ua f.ii
lowing In the in   mm.
"Whereas,   tin      I. n.l    I1..11111..     h.e.    1.
ensuring a ***!> I.    mminium   rn.-
moateffed   Knil lieueiTcIa] t.. the lead
mining   'adustr.      and    wiih  11   1.. Hn'
umelttng aad sea. 1 i...uui'.i< nnm;. in,in
tries, and  conseaiu, mi.    to   Um  general
commerce of Ule Uailninnui;  anal
"Whereas, such nsnlis havi' been
produced.by-a ra-iat iv, r. sinasie, e.\|.m.
diture than Wau*   i,..u..i and as **a,.
represented w11. n ile ..i.i;inal i..,|u. _���
for OOOSlderaii.il 1 was mail. 1.. Hn ^.av-
���rnment, and Uiai mn ���- ;.:.""."" ml
gtnally voted !���> ' * -1 * * : - -. ��� ��� 1 In tin
period Of the lend l.i.unl*. >��� rnilnalllU',
30Ul ot June m *i bin t'\ !'��� '.iT''.."- has
been espMdcl up 1.. 1 1 la .. min-i.
IS.(17; and*
Whereaa, on ;,. ...um ..1 n, in .1, mini
on lead or�� ami im pi..duels, -nil mi
posed by the I'nii.'.l SinieS guv.-rnineni
(Which lt was unlit ipale.l mliihi hav
been reduced ,-re this,; aif the recent
Imposition by lhe *;iul I'.ov, 111111.111 ,.i a
prohibitory duty ,u, mn iin* 111.:.. a pn.
duct of our lead lianrliiK veins, ilius <l.���
priVlng US of u Kimica' of revenue, and
Of the fact thai the lend cailisuinlni; aa
pedty Of Can..nn  lias nol   increased  pit.
pofUonatel*  ni .uiipui. mu,'.' the in
pUon Of Ilu'   biuiiiiy.  we shall, at   lln*
***l*tion "I said In.urn,,   peril"1. I'.' slill
Wff>    l'"'.v  ""  " stubSc  mini ni
prlfe    fur    "Ul'    lend,    slllllcielll     I"
_), production In the form of 01*0,
large   expauulllure  am   explore-
*B. devel,ipmonl   work   necessary
Bain  our   mines  and  with  then,
ftlre  lead   illdualiy  .iM'.innd.i:   and
jjeus.   ninny   ot  the   larger   lend
���n the district, either presenl 01
ICiva' produoers, contain ore of sn
Hfttinl.' ns  I" make lis  product ion
POSSllil     nr   llill.l'illlllllle    il'    11   all.  dm
fSparloals    "1    l"W    pi Ires.   II    I "ina"
ipsary I" .Mend Um sll.Iiii" scale s..
fTthe   bnunly    will   be   ,.niil   mi   lean
^Ble price Is  ��1? ... i.twer, lusleilai
���e*   ��� in lower, iu- at present.
-"I^Mcraara.. I.e 11 resolved, that tile
itahui i-.\.-rnm.nil be asked to ex
Hie lend  bounty wilh Ihe addlllon
��'"*_��,'   slidill"   sell.'  b"   ' 1.     ily
���rail  is   BIS or lower. Instead  ail
VOI' lii.vi',   as   nl   presenl."
^���t theivfore  resolved, thai   while
Ottawa. Jan. 27.���A number o" ..
way employees met in convention .
today lo discuss mailers of Interest to
themselves. One of the chief Bubjects
discussed was the desirability of si a ur
ing amendments to the Lemieux Act
m so far as tt affected the employees.
Tlie provision of the act which prevents
the railway men from going on strike
before an effort has been made to settle
the difficulties before a board of conciliation is objected to.
Thu tendency In connection with railway accidents to place all the blame on
the employees, even ihaaugh higher officials may be responsible, was also discussed, and an effort will be made I"
bring about a change in tht* railway act
taa divide the responsibility mnre evenly
between the employees anal the higher
aadlclals. Ministers Lemieux and Graham will he seen and urgeal tti amena!
the labor ana! railway act in sua-h a way
as la. ma-el tin- views of tha* railway employees.
British   Liberal   Leaders   Helplessly  and
Humbly  Obey  Orders  of  the
London, Jan. 27.���Tlu* Labor Party
Congress Ik sued fresh Instruction* to a
submissive j-overnnient, which dares
not disobey them. Chancellor of the
Kxclu quer Asquith announced vaguely
'he other day that he would Introduce
an old-age pension scheme at tin* coming session of parliament. Adding that
it would require new taxation and hint-
Ing that the necessary tnnds must be
raised to meet it by local authorities and partly by national taxation.
The labor party sees signs of grading
thi- goTonuneaVfl full pledge in n mat-
tor that calls for universal pensions.
So it has passed resolutions 'demanding
that the j-overnment scheme shall be
non discriminatory mud non-contributory
ami shall In- nppUcnhle to all who had
reached the age of 06. The congress
further declared that the revenues for
pensions should be obtained hy direct
taxation u-ion incomes, a large part of
which is -social in its origin and ouirht
never to have been appropriated for
private  use.
This, of course, ls a plain Socialistic
dec la ration. Nevert bless, both Camp
bell Hannernian and Asqulth stand pied-
gad to universal pensions, which they
now admit would be impossible without
a new scheme of taxation, which by
reason ol the vast amount involved.
must be conllseatory in its nature.
There is nothing surprising in than
circumstances, that the government lost
i   Mat   in   pavonabire   raostftly  which
had   been iSvorwhelintugly   Liberal   for
many  years   past.
Ranches  From Seattle  to  T-ncoma  Said
to Be Held by Orientals.
Seattle, Jan. 27.���Councilman James
Conway has asUed the eiiy ei Mine it to
make an Investigation of the alarming
reports sent out irom While ltiver Val-*
ley, between Seattle and Taconia, n
���.���sirding the actions of the Japanese.
Ui berl. Bridges, former stale land com-
ml'sioner, who owns B  farm  ai   Orlllia,
says  the  Jspaneae are  making deter*
mined efforts lo gel possession of every
ranch between Seattle ami Taconia and
that they are all armed with rilles. and
that   many   secret   meetings   have been
held at night Signal lights are kept
burning in cabins all night long,
Councilman Conway, although the
Japanese are seemingly quiet, belleYeH
the litufttion well worthy of luves'U*--
tton. The big water mains from Cedar
river  that   suppl.es  Seattle  with   water,
paai through  the White River Valley,
and they could cut off the city's supply
wlthOUl   the   least   trouble.     There   are
two hundred Japanese living in the valley, which Is one of the richesl dair\
districts in  ihe stale.
Exclude Frozen Meat.
London, Jan. 27- The medical Inspector of the local tfovorni'L'Mil recommend
the prohibition of the Loiporte of boneless meats OU tne ground '..hat its unchecked admission might constitute
a danger to the public health.
Irregularity in Stanstead
Conservatives   Protest   Electicn oi
Lovell for Commons���Canada
From Ocean to Ocean.
-Magos, Que,, Jaji. 27.���I-ovoll's election in Htaustead will La* protested on
the ground that the ,-1,-a toral lists used
were nol properly Initialed.
I_ani|ran, Sask.. Jan. 27.���M. llrader-
soai. a Norwa-j-lau. homesteader living
ablaut three miles south ol' Visecyuiu,
lunged liiinseli in his stable sometime
aluriiiH last niKlii. His wfle lett him slt-
tinB uia late last, night and not seeing
him this mtirning went in search foi
hlu anil Found hlni dead. iJeceased
leaves a wile  anal a large family.
Ardena. Man., Jan. 27.��� Early yesterday morning lire broke ami and de
strove.i lhe general st*>ie of Me.Cann
und Broughton. Loss ten thousand
dollui-s.     lnsitranee  six   lliousaud.
Bolasi vlin. Man., Jan. 27.���Three at-
tempts nave been niaala' laa burn llle
stable of lluilin- Neelanil. The last was
successful Two horses and a quantity of poultry were burned. 1-oss one
thousand alullars.
Regina, Jan. 27.���The date of the annual grain growers' convention has been
set anal Saskatoon 1e set as tha* placa* ol
meeting. The delegates mwi then* on
l/ebniary 12 an.l 18. Tills is the seventh
annual convention anal the nio *l im-
. nam in vi.-w of the lact that the
reliant of the royal grain commission ls
to be considered. Cm the Baturda] following. February ir.th. delegates of Ihe
grain growers' associations of Manitoba,
Alberta and Saskatchewan meet In Sas*
katoon In julm conference to discuss the
matter ol legislation which it is pro-
posed to iniuai.' for the furthering of
ih.- (arming Interests of the three provinces.
Ilunibolali. Sask., Jan. 27���J. Schuster,
a man about BO years of age. win. came
here from Perth. Ont., was founil dead
on the irail leading to Puldn, early ihls
manning. He has a large bruisa* on his
left temple and there may have been
I..u! play. Police ami coroner are now
Montreal. Jan. 27��� An action for J-'O.-
i.oii damages Cot libel haa been taken
agalnsl the Montreal Standaral by Ga*o.
Bieaonette, who, accotdlug to the Stan
tlard. agreed to conspire to aleleai an
alilermanlc candidate In one of the
north wards ol the city In the municipal
election to be held Feb. sird. to a sum
of |400. Bieaonette is alleged to have
promised to deliver 300 votes.
Leamington, Ont.. Jan. 27.���The most
productive gas weel in Ontario has heen
sunk near Qlenwood in ltnnmey township, li has a pressure aif sOO pounds
ami will produce over seven million
cubic feet of gas in 24 hours.
Toronto. Jan. 27.���Mrs. Kdwar.l Hanlan. widow of tb* lata- Edward Hanlan.
ilie famous worlds sculler. Is critically
ill with pneumonia, n wns pneumonia
that  caused   Haitian's death.
Northern  Labor Demand.
A letter received today by 11. 10
Douglas, (S. N. It. agent here, says: "1
am advised lhal there is a demand for
laborers ami miners in the Tanana dis-
tiiai iii Alaska. There is raiami Cor I'*'*
lav. en 'J.niiii anil EljOOO ina-n bar lliluini;
work ul lhat point Thinking that possibly yam miglii wish to advise an> unemployed through your columns of this
aiistria'i Bteamera run Irom Seattle to
valtla./. every fev.  days."
Hockey Matches.
Two hookey matches win be played
ai the Btanley atreel rink tomorrow
night, iniiii between repreeentaiivea of
Nelaon and Unsshuid. Al 7.:h shan. tha
junlois will face lhe puck. The halves
win be shortened It necessary s*a thai a
second mutch between Intermediates
may begin at 8.80, The .lunloi' team Is
not the sam.. as tha> Juveniles who won
from Haissiunii Saturday afternoon.
Capitol   Graft  Cases.
Harrtsburg, Pn., Jan. 27.���What pro
mis' s  in  in   ibe  mosl   notable  prose-
cuiion of alleged public grafters  that
Ins   over   taken   place   In   tills   aauiuliy
wh begun in the Dauphin Oounty Conrl
today, when Ho- cases of tourtsen men
charged with conspiracy to defraud In
building tin. Pennsylvania Capitol were
Called for trial before Judge Knnliel.
I'umot's of colossal frauds In coiinec
lia.n with contracts for building and fur
Dishing tin- new rapilol building gain
a'al i-iiiTi-tii'v even before the building
had been completed and dedicated, a
Oapltol tnvestlgatlng Commission was
appointed ta> probe the matter to the
bottom and the result of Its report was
wholesale Indictments of public officials,
politiciin.i. contractors and others.
These were charged wiih swindling the
state to the extent of $5,000,000.
Royalty Plana Cruises.
llom*\ Jan. 27.���ii is ai,i,o,inc,.,| hT7,*
that lha; emperor of (lermany will make
a emiae of tlie Mediterranean in the latter part or March and that Kink Kdward will make a similar cruise ln
Apill. both moiiarchs visiting Sicily and
Florence. ., .,
Heavy Blow to Standard.
Haltlmore, Jan. 27.���The new paraffin
works of the Standard Oil company at
Cant,  a southern  suburb of  the   Haiti-
more, are on flre.
Rome and Abyss,na.
Rome, Jau. 27.���It ls announced that
Rev. Father Maria Heroado, of the
Capuchin order, who was sent by the
Pope In -luiy last lo Addis-Abeda with
a decoralion for King Menellk, is returning here with an autograph letter
from Menelik and two lions for a present for the Pontiff. Father liernado will
bring with him to Rome an Abyssinian
Catholic priest who suffered persecution
and Imprisonment at the hands of the
Coptic priests and whose liberation was
si-cured througii  King Menelik.
German   Emperor   Begins   His   Fiftieth
Year���Elaborate   Ritual   at
the Palace.
Emperor William is 4.t years old today. He was awakened Hi is morning
according to the immemorial -birthday
custom by the BhCaring by the palace
trumpeters and tlie singing of a hymn
hy the castle choir at -S o'clock. As a
matter of fact, however, the emperor
had risen several home earlier and had
disposed of various state documents by
the time tho singing began, after which
ho waa seen at the window of the castle
overlooking the court where tlie musicians were gathered. His Majesty,
dressed tn a field marshal's uniform,
greeted Uie choristers and received tiie
congratulations of the visiting princes,
after which there was service in the
private chapel of the palace. Dr. Dry-
ander, the court preacher, delivered a
senium from the text "(iod be with us."
The imperial couple look their places,
after the conclusion of the -service, on
the dais in the great white hall of the
palaci*. The visinng princesses were arranged on the left of Their Majesties
and the princes on the right, while a
thousand officials and officers defiled at
a distance of fifteen feet from tlie em-
pot-or and empress, each having to bow
as he passed before the royal couple.
The emperor stood almost immovable
for an hour during the function. In the
afternoon he called at the different
loreign embassies, where he left cards.
Veteran Soldier Retires.
Washington. U. C, Jan. 27.���Today,
after a distinguished career of more
than forty years as an officer of the
United States army, llrigadier General
Medorem Crowford, who commanded
tha military detaohmant which guarded
Guiteau the day he was executed, was
placed on the retired list of the army
on account of having reached the age
limit. General Crawford is a native of
Oregon, and received his appointment
to the military academy from that state
in ISOo. graduating as a second lieutenant in tre second artillery in 1SG7.
Me saw much of frontier duty, and
while stationed at Fort Clark in 1S7S
took part in the expedition to Mexico.
During the war with Spain he served
in the field at Turn-pa and Savannah
and later commanded two of tlie camps
in the vicinity or Havana. His most
recent command was that of Fort Wads-
worth, in  New  York  Harbor.
For Cue Championship.
New York. Jan. 27.���Lovers of ull-
llnrds are on edge in anticipation of
the championship contest"* at the is.2
balkline game to be played iu Lenox
Lyceum Hall tonight between GaOTS-B
Button and Ora Morningstur. The contest is for the world's championship
emblem, now hold by Sutton, and $500
a side, aa provided In tho rules governing the emblem, and gate receipts.
���Mornlngstar. though one of the youngest of the expert players, has shown
great, form of late ami Is counted upon
to give the veteran Sutton a hard contest   for  the  championship title.
Chinese Pirates Active.
Shanghai, Ian. 27.���A Japanese
launch has been ftreti upon nnd robbed
hy Chinese pirates near Kia Haing
Fuenje. The pirates also attacked several ChlHeee launches en route to
Shanghai, killing four Chinese and
wounding nine. The Japanese consul
has taken the matter up.
Attack  of  Sense.
Johannesburg, Jan. ���:.:.���The Transvaal hns decided to consider its attitude towards Asiatics with a view to
finding a less objectionable vegistra
Hon   system.     It   is   undersl/n.d   that   a
Indicia] investigation of thersubjecl will
be Instituted pending which all pross-
cutioas ror violation of the present law
will drop.
Expert Evidence on
Thaw's Insanity
London Doctor and Nurse Tell of His
Condition During Visits as
Far Back as 1901.
' New York, Jan. 27.���The morning
session of the Thaw trial began at 10.10
o'clock with Dr. Charles Francis Hinge-
man, the Thaw family physician, of
Pittsburg, on the witness stand. Dr.
Blngeman told of the early symptoms
of nervousness In Harry Thaw, saying
he was first called to attend the boy
When be was three years old. At that
time his nervousness otten bordered on
convulsions, that attacks usually followed various diseases, that he slept badly
as a child, requiring a relay of nurses
most of the time. Dr. llingeman said
that in the fall of 1903 he was called to
attend Harry Thaw in Pittsburg and
treated him for nervousness and melancholy after Thaw's first trip abroad
with Evelyn Nesbitt. The witness saw
Thaw sevenJ times in the .Tombs after
his arrival and the defendant always
referred to the Madison Square Garden
tragedy as an act of Providence. Thaw's
appearance in the prison impressed the
witness as irrational. It was of Dr.
Bingemau that District Attorney Jerome
said at the last trial when Thaw's
mental condition was under investigation: "I would rather have tlie testimony of an old family practtitioner like
this man than all the experts you could
put upon the stand."
���Following Dr. Hingemau came the
loreign witnesses. Dr. Sidney K. Wells,
of London, who was called to attend
Thaw iu London in the early part of
"Mr. Thaw was in a very nervous condition," said Dr. Wells. "His pulse was
extremely rapid and he complained of
pains in the head. My opinion of his
condition   was    'mental   disturbances.'
Another  Serious  Conflagration  in   Portland,   Maine.
Portland, Me., Jan. 27.���A fire which
several times threatened seriously to
wipe out the business district of this
city and which caused a damage estimated at over -$900,000 before it was
finally controlled was kept confined to
the block in which It started this morning alter almost ten hours lighting by
Portland's almost exhausted firemen,
aided by men and apparatus from several outside cities and favored by a
shift   of  the   wind.
The fire started by an unknown cause
in the wholesale dry goods house of
Milliken, Cousins & Co., which is a
branch of tiie large New York wholesale house of Deering _ Co., and it
was In half the buildings that the greater parUjjf the loss was sustained. When
the fire was thought to be under con-
tiol, the other half of the building occupied by C. P. Fox was invaded by
the flames which had made their way
through the roof and a wall simultaneously, and a $20,000 stock of boots
and shoes were ruined. The fire burned within a block of the scene of Sut-
urday'H blaze.
The flre assumed such serious propcr-
ttons after It broke away aud caught on
to the opsponta side of ths block in
which it started, thut Mayor Lcighton
called for help and ten cities in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine
The fire's origin has been Investigated,
and there were no known causes. It is
regarded aa suspicious.
Arresto   in   Lisbon.
Lisbon, Jan. 27.���The police arrest
ed last night on the charge of conspiracy a woman friend of the -merchant who was Imprisoned recently on
account of the discovery of a stock of
revolvers in   his  house.
Record Orange Crop.
San Francisco. Cal., Jan. 27.���The
orange crop harvest of California now
in full season in quant by and in quality promises to break all previous records. The fruit exchanges of the state
estimate that the total output Of oranges will reach thirty thousand carloads, about nine million boxes or 1,-
350;000,OOO oranges. The harvest will
Inst   until   July   4.
Old Bible Found.
St. Paul, Jan.    27.��� A    special    from
Marshield. Wis., Bays that Rev. Joseph
Hrown, a Sunday school missionary hns
found  among    the    Indians  in   Oconto
j county, Wis., a bible given to the Oneida
tribe in 1754 by the secretary of the
Prince of Wales. The present was made
on behalf of the Churr i of Fnglad. At
that time the tribe was,, living iu Massachusetts. The historical bible Is in
two volumes weighing twenty pounds.
Tht; bible Is now in possession of the
Indian with whom Uev. Mr. L'rown stayed while organizing a church among the
Red men In Oconto.
Municipal   Council   Abolishes   Religious.
Instruction  in Schools.
Rome, Jan. 27.���Despite the formal
declaration of the new Mayor of Rome,
Ernest Nathan, who ls a Jew and a
Freemason, that he did not intend to
make war on religion, the municipal
council has passed a resolution for the
abolition of religious instruction In the
schools of Rome by a large majority.
Italians, while not practical Catholics,
insist that their children shall have religious   Instruction.
The result of the action of the council Is that a great many children have
been transferred from the formerly
public schools to private institutions
supported by the Vatican. The Irish
Christian Drothers recently opened a
large school built on land belonging to
the Vatican, and this is crowded with
children who have been taken from the
public schools.
The action of the municipality,
coupled with the suppression of the
jubilee pilgrimage to Rome. will, it is
believed, result in considerable recon-
cession of Romans to clericalism.
Mine Owners at Goldfield Abandon Black
v List System But Firm for
Open Shop.
Goldfleld. Jan. 27. ���The Goldfleld
mine operators' association last night
abolished the card system which requires all employees to sign an agreement renouncing the Western Federation of Miners and declared an open
shop policy. The resolution adopted
stated that hereafter applicants for employment "should only be required to
satisfy the secretary of the association
and the employer of their competency
aud reliability."
This action was determined upon, It
is said, because the agreement which
the men were required to sign was in
conflict   with  tiie   statutes   of   Nevada.
"We shall operate on the open plan,"
said Secretary Erb of the Mine Owners'
Association, "and employ men regardless of their membership in any union."
It is believed that there are fully 1,-
0l>o federation men in the camp who
will return to work under the new ruling.
Bon Voyage to Judge Forin.
This morning was chamber day at the
court house, but no applications were
made. Instead, the bar In a body waited on Judge Forin. R. M. Macdonald,
president of the association, addressed
His Honor briefly and very happily, and
railed upon A. M. Johnson, senior member, to make a presentation. All who
heard it agree that Mr. Johnson never
was in happier vein. He told the judge
of the high esteem in which he was
held by tho local members of the profession, referred pleasantly to past, and
probable future, differences of opinion,
assured him that they in no wise interfered with the kindly feelings entertained towards him, and wished Mrs.
Forin and himself a pleasant Journey
and safe return. He then presented him
on behalf of the bar with a handsome
locket set with a diamond. His Honor
was wholly taken by surprise but recovered sufficiently to thank the barristers very warmly and to assure them
of his appreciation. Judge Forin and
his family leave for the east via RevelBtoke tonight. After a few weeks nt
his old home In Hulloville the judge will
leave for a tour of the old country on
which he will spend several  months.
Coasting Accident.
Many accidents, fortunately few of
them serious, have occurred lately to
children coasting. On Saturday afternoon two boys went down the steep hill
on Hall street below Vernon. At the
tool they ran into a hand car. One, B.
Nlcholles. suffered a broken leg. while
his companion also sustained injury.
Accident at Hockey.
While playing a pruile- game of
hockey nt the skating \\\\\\. Saturday
night Frank Nott, of the Hurson's Hay
comnany staff, was accidentally struck
in the eye with a hockey stick. He was
taken to the hospital nnd attended by
Doctors Arthur and Hawkey. It is uncertain vet whether he will Jose the use
of the eye.
Tide Turns Again.
Home, Jan. 27.���Tho return to Italy
of immigrants from America is stopping while emigration to that country
is being resumed. Steamers leaving
Naples before the end of the month will
take hack to America at least five
thousand emigrants.
Unusually Even Playing
in Bonspiel
Contests Affording Many Surprises
���Crack Rinks Suffer Defeat
by Weak Opponents.
The bonspiel was resumed this moraine at 8 (.--clock with the Ice ia splendid
condition after its Sabbath rest. There
ia still no competition finished, but four
are advanced to the semi-llniil stages.
The feature of the curling of Saturday
night and tills morning and afcernoon
has been the defeats sustained by the
crack rinks. Walley has been beaten
three times, and Richardson. Pretty and
McMynn have sustained decisive beating. Wallace has now the only undefeated rink in the bonspiel.
Only one game has been played since
Saturday alternoon in the Grand Challenge, Forln defeating Bird 18-14. The
rink will be skipped by Dr. Hawkey to
the end of the contest. Its next opponent is Pretty. The winner will go Into
the semi-finals with Richardson, Wallace and McMynn.
In the B. C. Curling Association the
results since Saturday are:
Third round���Jones 11, Richardson
10; Morrln 13, Ouimette 8; Pretty 12.
Cavanaugh 8: Wallace 11 Renwick 8.
The semi-finals are: Jones-McMynn-
In the Oliver tile latest results are:
First round���Morrln 13, McMynn 7.
Second round���Wallace 10, Wood 9:
Bunyan 11, Blackwood 13; Foi; 12, Morrln 10; Bird 12, Walley 7; Pretty 16.
Dill 2; Wells 12. McCallum 9. There
are still eight rinks In the running.
Richardson and Buchanan in addition
to the victors in the six named above.
In the Walkervllle results to date are
as follows:
First Round���Forln 15, Wells 7; McMynn 23, Starkey 2: Wallace 1G, Bird
7;   Fotln 12, Hogarth 6.
Second round���Walley 17, Richardson
4; McCallum 14, Campbell 11: Morrln
17. Pretty 14; McMynn by default from
Forln; Bird 16. Renwick 9; Buchanan
13. Hodge 9; Dill 16, Jones 7. There Is
still one game of this round to be played, between Wallace and Fox.
Deceived  French   Husband Consorts of
Choice With Vagabonds.
Paris, Jan.   27.���Following  the clues
of a robbery at Sartouvllle, the Maisone- ,
LaHtte police on Cl..lstmas  Tve came
upon a strange human story.
An innkeeper, whom they questioned1
about the robbery, mentioned that a
short time before a man, who looked
like a tramp, had bought three bottles
of champagne and paid for them with a
100-franc note. The police followed his
tracks to a broken-down roadside hut. .
There they fount!" four vagrants sitting
round a gypsy fire.
The man with the bank notes noon
made himself known. With a smile
and a distinction af manner that contrasted With the shabby clothes, he produced his pocketbook. saying to the police: "Here are my papers." They
were an Instructive package. One was
u bank draft for $360, and from others
lt appeared that the tramp had been
major of a company ln the Lorlet department. He enjoyed the stupefaction
with which the police scanned the documents, and then, with the nerve begotten of champagne, he told part of his
life story. '
When at the head of a good business,
he found one day Hint he had been deceived by tils wife. | Mad with ilespalr,
he realized on his possessions, and disappeared, taking to the puSjlic road. For
twenty years he had lived uway from
tlu* world and his family, doternilnea to
cut himself ndrlft from Boclety. He
drew his Income Bier. Illy, and spent It
among the chnnce vugubimds whom he
met. ,
The police left tha- strange wanderer
to his night fir,, anil his companions.
Fire in Chicago.
Chicago. Jan. 27.���More thai, a score
of firemen wore injured nnd as man >
more escnped Injuries or death, and
one is missing, after the thrilling experience of being aslsted by their comrades In a flre which destroyed the
Mayor building, n seven storey brick
building nnd the hotel Florence. 163
Adams street, early today. The loss
lt is belioyed will amount to a half million dollars. ��� 1._ Daily CanadiitW
Clothing,    Gents'   Furnishings
and Boots and Shoes
Is beginning to arrive.
In about another week we will be able to offer full lines
in these goods, and can promise you the best value ever offered in the city.
In the meantime it will pay you to await their   arrival
before making your purchase.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office:   Toronto.
CsdIUI Authorized   ��10,000.000    Capital Paid Up $4,860,000
Rest    $4,860,000
D. R. WILKIE. President. HOI*.'. HUBERT J AFFRAY, Vice-President
Branches in British Columbia:
Interest  allowed on  deposits  from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
NB..SO.N bmanch -J��   Wim   LAY,  Mai-iaser.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated  A   D.   1869.
.$3,900,000     Re.erve  Fund     *4,390,000
Unexcelled facilities for the transaction
of all  kinds of Banking  Business.
Javinys Bank Department, and
Interest    credited    Quarterly    on
I       Savings Bank Accounts.
on Application, In Large, Medium
or Pocket Size.
Nelson Branch, G. A. SPINK, Manager.
PubllRheaS six .lay. a wee* lay the
Baker St..  Nelaou, B. C
SnoBCrlptlon rale., w eent6 a montb delivered
In the eltv, a.r lla.ui a year U seial by mall, when
pal- ln ���,���  . .a.*..-.
AdvertlBine rHie. on application.
All molila** paid in Mttlamen, ol The Dally
Canadian Recounts, . iilu-r f.ia Mib.iTlj.tl.an. aar
adventa-lna;, nan.I t.a- receipted l.tr .m the prlnled
lorina of   U-fl I Ompsny.   Other receipt, are na,t
Monday. January 27. 1908.
The Conservative association "f Nelson through Its executive committee,
which is unanimous on the aubject, lias
done more than anj other body, with
the exception of the Associated Boards
of Trade, to strengthen thi hands ol
Kootenay's BpeoiaJ envoys nt Ottawa, .).
J-. Retallack and 1- Pratt, who a ���
���anting to ihe Dominion gov, i
the claims of Kootenay for the contlnu
atlon aal the bounty on lead, and such a
readjustment .*! its Incidence n*- will
make the minimum price of lead ��18
per long ton instead of iSia* as at pres*
ent established.
it. is haul to conceive a,f uny oppo
tlon being offered on gen, ra] groundi
to Kootenay's request Bul as it Ih a
general request for special considers
tlon for one district, there may be opposition from repres, utatlves of eai ��� m
districts who eannol see any direct
benefit to their own constituents and
only an avoidable expenditure, it is
highly imporiani therefore, thai tha*
leaders of the Conservative i.arty In
party should he authoritatively advised
by the association in -Nelson, the 0, nira**
of the industry, how vital to the Intel*
ests of Kootenay is the maintenance,
and even the Improvement of present
It will be remembered Hint a resolution lo the same effect was carried ut
the convention of Hritish Columbia Conservatives, having been introduced by
W. A. Macdonald, K. C. As local mem
ber of the provincial executive Mr. Macdonald will also take up the matter wilh
Mr. Borden.
The Conservatives of course do not
waver from their historic position. Their
pronouncements are prefaced lay the
profession of their economic faith tbat
lhe proper protection lor Canadian Industries is by the tariff,    i'-ui   this ls
nait a party matter and Conservatives
are public Bpirited enough to waive
party considerations and coaaperate with
any party air any body in an effort to
si-cure a measure for the benefit of the
It is unlikely that the present Dominion government would consider the Imposition of a duty on lead or lead products, but they have already substantially recognised the claims of the Industry io protection by the grant of a
bounty for live years. The sum of 12,-
500,000 was appropriated for that pur-
la. Be. Of lhat sum, owing to a fortunate
advance in the price of lead during the
bounty period, only $616,000 has been
paid, less than one-fourth ol what the
tTt usury   was  prepared  to  pay.
Every condition thut existed live
years ago to Warrant the grant of the
bounty exists today. The market pries
of Uad, ��14, 10s. per Song ton, does not
repn sent the cosl oi production, treai-
menl and transportation. Even tba
pflci ..1 J.:.;, as secured by the bounty.
" ri .ins only the ban; cost lor low
grade mines, which are ol course the
i.a. h bone ..1 ihi  Industry,
ll ii.usl not be- supposed that the bene*
lil sought is only ior llle owners ail
mines and Bmelters. If the industry .s
killed, us tt well may be, by falling
Prices, ih,- loss will be ielt by not only
ever) Interest lo Kootenay but by the
term, in ..I ii..- prarles, and by tin- manufacturers  '���;  Eastern  Canada,  und  the
lOSa    WOllld    ba'   out    (af   a.I    pf.paartlon   to
in comparatively small sum required
io maintain ihe industry in a flourishing
condition. What Is asked is a rem wai
Hum ih,.* date of expiration, of the
bounty on terms similar to those under
which ihe present grant was made, a
maximum sum of $2,500,000 for live
years, not to exceed $500,000 in anyone-
year. It may be taken for granted that
with the bounty limit raised from ��16
10 LIS a much larger proportion will
be earned than during the last live
years, But, If the entire sum be paid
out, the total will still be only $3,116,*
000, just $616,000 more than the govern*
in. nt were prepared to grant five years
It would seem that the claim has only
to be clearly presented to be conceded.
when, in the presenca* of ha-r crew anal
a number of spectators, the United
States Hag was raised at her stern and
tlu* vessel was formally placed i�� commission, 'l'h.' South Dakota is nr 18,680
tuns ami was built ul tha* I'niiaii Iron
Wanks at a cost of $8,760,000. She will
b.. attached to the second division of
th" Pacific n.'.'i in command of Hear
Admiral Sebree.
South Dakota in  Commisaion.
San Franclco, Cal., Jan. 27.���Th" ai
mored cruiser South Dakota became
a part of the active strength ol the
American nuvy  at  Mare  Island today.
Emoeror   William's   Birthday.
Berlin, Jan. 21.���Emperor William
today entered upon his 50th year, the
anniversary being generally celebrated
throughout   the    empire.    Berlin    was
gay   with   Hags   and   bunting   and   liusi-
ni'ss was generally suspended in honor
aaf    tha.    llilllitnv.        lllillllg     ill.'    .lay     His
Majesty received countless message,, nf
congratulation from the various rulers
.pe ami from municlpallti,
,1' Bun
tin lam-bout Germany.
.lobbing promptly  attended  to.    Plana
and estimates.
Apply 415  Hall St.
Box 385.
Take notice that I will, on the Edh
day of March, 1908, apply for a transfer
of tho liquor license for the Silver Kins
hotel, situate on Lots Seven (7) and
Kisht 18). in Hloek Ten (TD. on the
south side of Baker street in the City
of Nelson, from Robert Dalziel to myself.
Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 20th day
of Januarv, A. D. 1908.
Notice is hereby given that all taxes
for the year 1908 under the Assessment
Act 1905 and amending acts, and under
the Public Schools Act, are now due
and pavable.
Collector of Revenue, Nelson, B. C.
Nelson, B. C. 2nd Jan., 1908.
Certificate   of Improvements.
"Red Point," "Vernamo," "Greenwood Fractional." "-t-reenwood and Jack 1'ot Fractional"
Mineral Calms, situate in the Nelnon Mining
Divi-sion o( Weat Kootenay  Diitriet.
Where located:���On Eagle Creek above the
I'oormaii Mine.
Ta-te notiee that I, John MoLatchte. of the
Ottj ol Nelson, acting ��- agent (or Jom P.Swed-
berg. Free Miner's Certificate No, B7475 and
Oscar Johnpon Free Miner's Certificate No Bfi2:.,
mtfnd sixty dayR from the date hereof to apply to the Minium Recorder for Certificates of
imprnveraenu., for the purpose of obtaining
i.'rnwu 'irants of the above claims
And further take notice that action, under
Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.
Hated this*-27th day;of Keptember, A   I) , IWI.
In the matter of an application for the Isaue of
a duplicate Certificate ot Title for lots 4, C, 9, 11,
19, J... and 32, of lot 891, Group One, in tbe
District of Kootenay (Map 698).
Notice Ib hereby given that it is my Intention
to Isaue at the expiration of one mouth after the
first publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for the above mentioned lots in
the name of Richard Helm**, which '-ertiflca-te nf
Title ts dated the "24th day of November, 1906.
and   numbered 6310A.
I-and Registry Office, Nelaon, B. C., January
17th, 1908.
���Al   T. MacLiod,"
Diatrict Ret-i��trar.
Cancellation of Reserv*.
Notice is hemby given that the r<*-*er-*e over
certain lands -n sb-ith-Ksast Kootenay, notice <>f
���srhlcb apyearc-i in trie Hrltl-.li Columbia Qaaette
of the Uth of August, 1H-J0 and t,nre date of Ae-
gust 131b, 1890, is hereby cancelled The above
mentioned lands wi!! be open for .ocation under
lhe Land Ael on March :��), ].��8.
D-puty ���r'oinmlM.ioner of Lands and Works
I-ands and Works Lepartment.
Victoria. B  0., December I'.th, IWl.
Nelson Land District.   Diatrict of West Koo'enay
lake DotlOa thHt Jr-mes Fisher, of Kowoan-s,
R i , oceupi-tlon prospw tor, in tends to apply
f >r a syeciai timtier Ice nee Over the folluwlug
de-*crib**d lands;
location .No* I. Commencing nt a post planted
nl*",nt two miles went of thi' Columbia and
W.-n-crn * allway's rli*ht-of way and about oni
anile north of the norhern boundary of Q ('. R
lot 2tW8. an,l west of Dog CtOOk, north nf Farron.
H (' , b'-int- the Initial post ad J.* rent to the
northwci cornet of timber li'enc<_- numlisi I37M
and market J. Fishers N K corn--r. theme
south-vi ebalna, thence west 80 chains, thence
north HI chains, thence east HO obaJtli to the
polnl ol rotnnif-ncemetit and containing 040
acres, m*-re or leaf
Dated December lath, I'f*.
Jam***- Fisiirr. locator
location No. 'X. Commencing at h poat plan-led
at the southi-Hft corner being the initial post
���������,'������������' to the northwest corner of limner
licence No. IS" -4 ami adjacent to the northeast
corner of J Fisher's No 1 location and ma-ked
J. Fisher's H K. corner, theoee north 80 chains,
thence ������- "*���* -- chalos, tbence aouth 80 chains,
tbanoa east HO chains to the point of enmmence-
ni'-nt and containing < v acres, more or less.
Dated December ltllh, 1907.
J a vv.- Fihhkr, locator.
I>o'atinn No 3. Commencing at a fKist planted
at the southwe**t corner aboul one mile north of
he uorthera boundary ofu. P. E lot MhC, aT>d
aU>ut 2 miles weat of timber licence No. ISTM, and
al-otit lour mtlus wi * ��� of the Columbia and
Western Railway, north of Farron. B. C.. and
adjoining J Fisher's Nn. 2 loca'-lnn nn th** north,
sbelug tha initial post and marked J Fisher's
8. W corner, theu<e north 80 chains, tbence ea*,t
80 cbalns, thence south 80 chains, thence west
M0 chains to the p* 1* ' of commencement and
containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Dated December 16th, IWl.
Ia**i- l i-iikh, locator.
!>.< t-Mnti No. 4. Commencing at a post planted
at the northweat corner being tbe initial post
adjacent to the southw,-st corner of J. Fisher's
No 3 location and marked J. Fisher's N W.
corner, thence aouth 80 chains lo tbe northern
boundary of C. I'. R- lot 2698, theuce east 00
chains, thence north HO chains theuce west 80
chains, to the .point of commencement and con
�����..','.- ���������'0 acres, more or leas.
-Datad December letb, l��7.
jA*ut WUU99, locator.
-L-icatma No 5. Commencing ut i\ po-i jlauted
nt the sou then M '-orncr U-ing he iuittHl post adjacent to tlie B V-'. corner of i PllUiar'l No. 8 loca-
liDi], iiii'l nmrkc'l J    Fisher'B8   K   corner, theuce
nortb no chains, tnenoe west su obalna, ihence
south sho chains, the nee east 80 clialns to the
point of commencement, aud euuiaiiiing 010
m ie.s, more or less
Dated December Itiih, HOT.
Jamks Kimikr, locator
I-oc-aiiMi. No. 6. Coiuuieiiclni- at a post planted
at tne uonbeu.it corner beim* ihe initiitl poal
adjacent to the northwest corner of J- Plaber ���
No 4 location aud marked J Klt-hcr's S. h .
comer, theuce south W chains to tlie northern
I'ouudiiry   of  C.  I'.   K.   lot   IMS,   thence   Waal   M
obalna*-utenoe north so ebalnai tbence aaatSO
obaim to iin* point oi commencement and eon
ia in ing 640 acres, more or It ss
Dated Deoember ii>th, 1907.
J. Fishkr. locator
Location No. 7. Commenclna, ai a po��i planted
atjthe aouthweat oorner be.iik the initial i**'*-'
adjacent to tba nortb weat corner of J  fisher's
No    '.'   lo.all.m   and   nmrkeil   J      Fisher's  ti     W
corner*  tbenoe north so chaius, thence east so
1 li.illis, tlon i south SO chains thenee west SO
chains to 1 he point of commencement and eon-
Utlulnu M0 111 res, more or less.
Dated December liiih, 1907.
Jamks Ki-hkk. locator
Looatlon No. s. Oosunenelng at a poat plauted
at the aoutheaal corner and being the initial
post    ad j-Ment   to    tke   watbweat    corner   ol  J.
Plaber*! So, 7 location and   marked J. Flaher 1
S   J��, corner, theilcc utirth SO Chalni. theliee wesl
so obalna, tbence aouth so chaius, ibeuce aaal nu
Chalni to the point of comuieneemeni and Con
laming 540 aeres, more or less.
Dated  I'eienibcr 16m, 1907.
Jamss Kishkr, locator.
Location Ko.-O* Commencing at a post planted
m the souihwesl corner being the initial post
adjacent to the northwest corner of J. Fisher's
Nu 7 location and mark d J Fisher's B W.
corner, thenee north 8u chains, ihence east so
Ohalna, tnence south SO chains, thence west SU
chains to tbe point ol commencement ana cjn-
tainniK M0 acies.  more or loss
Dated December 16th 1607
James Fisher. locator.
Location No. io. Commencing ata poat planted
at the southeast corner being the initial j-ost
adjacent to the noriiuast corner ot J. Fisher's
No. 8 location and marked J Fisher's ti. E.
corner, ih-tice north so chain?, thence west su
chalna, ibenee smith so chains, theuce eaatB0
i halns to the point of commencement and contaiulug mo ai raa, more or lets.
Dated Decern ber 16th, 1907.
Jam-is Fishkr, locator.
An exten* Ion nf 10 days within which to com
m-'Uce publication grained by me this date
December 8-tat,  1907.   Harry  Wright, Assistant
CommlaetOner of Lauds and  Works.
West Kootenay Land District. District of Weat
Take notice that I, J, C. Jan-sen. ol Hpokane,
Wash., occupation tlmberiuau, intend to apply
lor a special timber llceuce over the following
described UD ls:
1 Commencing at a post planted at the ti. v>.
corner, about 1 mile from Kvin Johnstons P | R
So. 066, said post being placed on the international boundary Due, theuce north 40 chains,
thence east lrto chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence weBt 160 ehatnB to polut oi commencement, containing 640 acres.
Dated Dec mber 3rd, 1807. J. C   Jaksin.
2. Commeuclug at a post planted at the n. W
corner, about 40 cbalns north from ihe ti. W.
eoruer of location No. _, theuce norih 4o chains,
thence east IGu chains, theuce south 40 chains,
theuce west 160 chains to point ol commence*
ment, containing 640 acres. J   ('. Janbb.n.
... Comment ing at a post planteil ai the ti. W.
eorner about 40 chains north [rom the H. W
corner of location No. 2, theuce north 40 ehalns,
thence east I6u chains, thenee south 4u chains,
thOTOf) west 160 chains to point of commence
ment, cou-talning 64o acrea. J   C    i��n-ia.
4 Commeu'-lug at a post planted at the 8. W.
corner, about 40 chains nortb from theS. W.
corner oi location .No 'A, thence north 40 chains,
thence east 160 chains, thence south 40 chalni
thence west 100 chains to point of commtuce-
ment, coutaiuing 040 acres. J. C. .'��� as- l.s
b. Commencing at a post planted at the ti W.
corner, about 40 ehaina north from lhe H. W.
corner of location No 4, theuce north 40 chains,
thence east 160 chains, thence aouth 40 chalus,
thence west 160 chains to point of commencement, containing '-40 acres.
December 4th,  19U7. J . C. J_B_W,
6. Commencing at a post plan-ted at the 8. W .
corner about 4u chains uorlh from the 8. W.
corner of location No. b, thene* north -to chains,
theuce east 160 chains, ihence aouth 4o chains,
thence west 1"'J chains, to point of commencement, containing ������.-��� acre*--.
December 4th, 1907. J   C. Jamb*
7. Commencing at a post planted at the N. W.
corner and adjoining ihe N. ii. corner of lot ���.VAJ,
thence east 40 chains, thence aouth 40 chaius
theuce east -to chalna, thence south 60 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north loo -.halm
lo point of commencement, con-talnlng 640 acres,
Decemher 4th. W    ��. Succa
8. Commencing at a post planted at the M. W
corner, about '4 ut a mile in a southwesterly
direction from tne south fork of halmon rtver,
aud eOOUt 7'3 miles from the mouth, thence
south K-O chaius, theuee east 40 chalus, thence
north 16.i chains, thence west 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 04o acrea.
December "ith, 1907. _. J. Kkouh.
.Nelson Land I'isirlct. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that W. A Hudson, of ripokane,
Wpshiugton. I'ri.A., occupation timber cruiser,
inten-1 to aj.pl*. for a special timber licence over
the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted on the north bank of Corn creek,
at the junction of the norih fork of Corn creek
with tne main stream, about fire miles lu a
westerly direction from the confluence of aaid
' orn creek with the Kootenay river, thenoe
north 40 chains thence west 160 chains, thence
south 40 chains, theuce east 160 c_alns to point
ot commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
Dated November 7th, 1907.
William A. Hri-aon.
Nelson Land District.   District of West Kootenay
T'bke notice that I, L. W. rhaver, intend to apply for a (.peril*.I   lleenoe   U> CUt and  carry away
tlrn:.er from b4o acres of laud: Commencing at
h jioht m-irked L. *A . .-.haver, northwest eoruer
theiio-- eighty t halns south, theuce eighty
.bains east, thence eighty chains north, thence
eighty chains wesl tn place ol b*-'glnnlng, containing 04*) acres, more or less, aud eaat and adjacent to llnilx-r licence 16024. and also south
and adj-icein to timber licence No J "'-t, and also
south and adjacent to F A. Hhaver umber limit
No 1.
Dated   November At*i, 19.17.
L. W. - if i v r it   locator,
A. Hai KETT, agent.
Kjtleuslon of one week within which to advertise granted. Harry Wright, Ati't. Commissioner of Laud and Works.
Nelson Land District. District of West Kootenay
Take notice that I, T, L. l>-gan. of Bonners
Ferry, Idaho, DCCnpallofl painter, Inlend to apply lor a special timber licence over the following described lands: Commencing at a post
��� ilanted at the southeast corner of timber
licence No. 16494, thence eaat 80 chains, thence
north Hit chains, tbeuce west SO chains, ihence
-outh 80 chains to point of commencement,
-.or.uinliig MD acre", more or less.
Daied November 2Ui, 1.-07. T   I.   I.umn,
Colin Hhith, agent.
Nelson Land District.   District of Weft Kootenay
Take notice tbat 1, Charlea Dub-her, Intend
to apply for a special limber llceuce, to cut and
carry away timber from 6M a'-rea of land Commeneing at No. 1 post about 12 miles west of the
Koolcuii'y liver, on the north side of |Boundary
eraak' and north, and adjacent to timber licenses
. t'-ii,Hiii| li.. mile north of the international
boundary line: commencing at a poll mark -d
('harles Dutcbef*! souihwesl corner, thence 80
ehainn north, theuce 80 chains east, thence 80
chain" south, tbence sC chalua west to the place
of beginning, containing nm acrea, more or 1. ss
Located November 18th. 1907.
Charles Dutchbr, Locator.
No. 2. Commencing at a post marked < harlea
Dutcher's southeast eoruer, thence 80 chains
north, thence 80 chains west, thence Ho chains
south, thence Ho chains cast to the place of beginning, and west aud adjaceut to number one
timber limit, and conutimug MO acrei, more or
Located November 18th, l'J07.
CHAaLEH    "TCH-tR. I**ocator.
No. 8. Commencing at a p t marked Charlei
Dutcher's northwest corner a id about 16 mllei
west of the Koolenay river uu the uorth cine oi
Boundary creek ano north and adjacent to limber lleente H-460, ihence louth 80 chains, thence
east SO chains, thenee norih 8o chains, theuce
west ��o chains to the place of beginning, containing 610 acres, more or less
LOOaMd November 18th, 1907.
- ii*Ki i.- DuTCHRR, I-ocator.
No 4 Coraincnclug at a post marked Charlea
Dutcher'i  northeast   eorner,   theuce louth BO
Having just received <a targe shipment
of these lines, and havsng bought before
last advances, we are selling this lot at
last season  prices.
This is a fine opportunity for hotels,
furnished rooms to stock up as prices
ire specially low. We want your attention  and  inspection.
Eleventh Annual
Winter Carnival
From    Tuesday    Night
Until    Saturday   Night
Rossland    Carnival
J.  S.  C.   FRASER
FEB. 4 to 8
For Information apply to
A.   B.   MacKENZIE,
s'' :- taa and G sl Uanagar.
Championship of B. C
Chainplimtb.p of Can;
t'hamptoiiablp of U   C Ta
i hanipioiiBhip  of  the   i'r*"- " 9hml
chain,  tbence  went (to chalna,  theuce  north mi
chains* thence ea��t HO ehaina Ut the   place of beginning, containing 640 acre**, more or lena
Lc-caied November 18th. 1907.
Cham Eh Dctchew, lyicator.
No. **). commencing at a pott marteil Charlei
Dulcher'a -noutheaat corner, tliem-*- no ebain��
north, thence HO chalna weat, Hn-iiist' HO tslniiin,
touth, thence HO chalna eaat In thu place of beginning, containing 040 acren, more or leM-
Looated November IHth, 1��"7
CBAKI.K8 Dt'TfHBR, locator.
Yo 6     Commencing at a post markcil   < Um '.��� *������
Du'cher'i   aouthweat  eorner.   th'-nce   north   ��**0
chr.ini, tlientw  eait HO chalua,  theuce  ponth HO
i haini, thence went HO chains to the plac   of i
ginning,   tonal ning WO a ret, tnoru or leaa
U.cate-1 November IHth, ISarl.
CHAHLIM  DtTCHBR,   I ��������� ������'  ���'
***o  i3.    "Vest lork, Fife creeg.
Nelaon L-*nrt DlatnoL   i'iatii-i ol Went Ko**l<-nar
Take notice that 1. JfM'ph Patrick, of Nel-on
B.C., occupation lumberman, InU-ml to apply
for a BW'clal timbei licence over the lotiowina
rleicrlbeil lanrtn: Commencing al a pout plan ted
annul ft mllea up tne weat lork ol File ���--.,..
ami about lu chaliiN Irom the bank of ��al*l mai
lork. imi I marked Joseph Patrick's. B, K. corner.
thence we��t HO chains, thence north90ohalna,
theuce eaat H0 chHliih, thence south Ht chains to
pointof lommeu'-enient, containing <V40 acrett,
more or leaa.
Dated December ftth. 1907.      JOf_f_ I'atruk,
1  J. l.i i ia. agent.
No. M      Weat fork, File cr *ea.
Nelaon Land Dlslrlct    Di*>trict of West Kootenay
Take notice that Joseph Patrick, of Nelson.
B C , occupation lumlieruian, intctnls to apply
for a apeclal timber licence ovpt tbe fouowing
described landa: Commencing at a poal planted
about two chains distant, and in au easterly
direction from locatiou .No. 13 and marked
Joseph Patrick's N. Y. corner, thence aouth HO
chains, thence weat HO chains, thence north HO
chains, tin-nee cast HO chain*- to point of com*
m** n com ent, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated Dent mber Ath. J(JH7.      Johri-ii Patkick,
1. J. Luc j a  agent.
No 16.   Weat fork. Fife creek
Nelaou Land Dlilncl.   District ot Weil Kooten ay
Take notice that I, Joaeph Patrick, of Nelson.
R,C��� occuMtlon luniburinau, intend to apply
for a apeclrl timber llcenc*- over the following
deacrlbed landa: Commencing at a |h>*-i planted
about Ho chains distant and ln a westerly dlrc-
tlon from the went fork of Fife creek and about
"p mllea from moutb of creek, and maraed Joseph
Patrlck'a B K comer, thence we*-l I'-- chains,
thence north 40 chain**, thence eaat ltiO chaliix.
thence aouth 4<) t^halua to j-rni of commencement, conlalulug B40 acres, more or le��s.
Dated December t,th   11*07.      Johri-ii Patrick,
I. J, Lucia, agent.
No  16.    Ht��vena OfMK.
Neli*on l-iucl Dl��tnct    District of Went Kootenay
Take notice lhat I, Joseph Patrick, ol Nelson,
11 C, occupati -ii lumberman. Intend to apply
fur a special timber licence over the following
deacrlbed lands: t ommencing at a post planted
about .'I1, milea up Htevens creek and lu iN. It.
direction from inoiilh of creek, and tuarkt-d
Joaepb 1'atrick'a N K corner, thence south HO
chalna, thence weal HO chalua. theuce north HO
chains , thenco eait HO chains to the point of
conmicii' eiiieut, containing 640 acres, note or
Dated December 8rd, IWI.     Joaai-it Patsick,
I, J   Ll'lia   Ageut.
i**n* iHfirtiMa -��aT7 ;-_:aK.-r.a-*��^_aa
^aju ran laity I  li'iicra* Krult Hanch In  tho heat   frail   Rrowlnfr  .1
In   liritish   Colombia   by   pairing   ��10 dullara down and f.10 per m
l-Svi.n us nn In vast mint  thla ik  wortb conaldcratlon.
Fruit l.nnd has trahlaal In rains within the year.    Whut will It .1
\v\ui, Bi "is'Si
HANUFACTUREPS    T  _^_^.1_ r?f_# f   -,
AND DEALERS IN    L,V*m\D*Ztf   oHinglCSf
Lath, Moulding**, Doors, WlncJovvM
Turnod Work and Hr��ck,tH.
viiRi^t->r**. ���TRBBT  -
Mfiil OrdnrH proinjitly 0w*0m
No   17.    Htevena creek
Nelion Land DtCtriOl    District ol West Route..ay
Take notice   that I   Joaepb   Patrick, ol Nelson,
R 0,oooupatlon   lumberman, intend to appij
for a r.pe> inl timber licence over thu Lib.wing
dum rlbed IhikIk: t.'oinmenclng at a pest phuiicd
about I mile in itn   easterly   direction   Ir-nn   lhe
mouth of itereni oreek. where it emptlea into
Cariboo lake, nud tnsrkcd Joaeph Patrick n ti W.
comer, thene* north HO ebalna, theme east HO
chalna. i hen ce  south KO chaius.   theme   wi-st ��0
ehaiua to point ol eommanoanient, containing
MO acres mora or lens.
Dated December 2io\, \Wl.     .Ioski-h Pairick,
I- J. Ln ia, agent.
No. ih   BtorentOTttk.
Nelson Land Dlstrlet.   District of West KoUeiiiiy
Take notloa   thai l, Joseph   l-airlck, oi -lelson,
b.c. ooonpatlon lumberman, Intend  to apply
for a spec in l limber il< emc over the foilowiug
deieribed landi I ( om nn*m lug at a post plan led
about 5 rnlles up rn-veiia creek, au I aboul 40
chalua soiMb from the bank of the creek, aud
marked Joseph   Pulrlek's   N    K   corner,   tbence
south ho ebalna, tbenoe weat et> obalna, tbenoa
north ho cha ina, thenee east Ho elm ins lo point of
commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
Hated December Jnd, wo*..     J0*ftfl Patrick,
I J. Lucia, agent
No. 19    HteveiiH erreck
Nelson Land District District of West Kootenay
Tnke notice lhat I, Joseph Patrick, of Nelion,
H. C, oecupalion i..ini ,-, iioiti Intend to apply
for a sjieclmi 'imt-er licence over the fnllowing
Jciuj jbvd inn'li;   Commencing at a poit pUutod
aboul ti mllea up Hteviis creel. Kl1 . ,'"J
local Ion No IH on the south, and nisrl"---*]
Patrick's   N   W. corner,   thence  "���** * .J
tin ncc   south    HO   ehaina,   Hum	
ihence north Ho ebalna to point   ''_! T
men l. 000 tain ing ti��0 acres, more ol "T -J
Daied December 3r.l, 11-07       Joswa ��i��|
l.i. Lot i a, ���**-����� I
No. 90     West fork, Fife creek k *__\
Nelaon Laud Jtlsirlcl    District of *s,:,l,3__f,
1'ake notice that I, Joaeph   > ��!   "' *������.'', jM
H. C , oe. upation   lumta*m,an    P '"
for a am-dsl timber   Mceflre uTe
deacrlbed landai  coinniencfng ���
about 2 miles up the weat fork   ��l I ���"_?_
about30 chains  north of ihe creek,*-1"
Joseph   Palilck's   N. K. corner, iheaei "���
chalna   theuce weat  B0 chalna,   lbeB�� *JJ
chaius,   thence  east HO enalna   i��* I141'"' ,,
iiiciiccuieiit, containing ow acre-   'n''L..*_
Dated December bib, IWI.      io**rH r*; |
Mo. ^1      West fork, of Klfe ereek
Nelaon I-and Dlatricl.   Dlatriot ol ������'**" \,I
Take nollce that i, Joseph   Pal*-!'"**��� , ,, _m
H  V , occupation   lumberman,   �����������*?(���_���
for a spe lal I Im her   licence over  i
de**i-ribeil landa:  fommen, lug ��' '
aboul 4 miles up thu weal fork ,,M,-(rl(T-.'
planted on tho  norih   bank of the -���" .J
marked Joaaoti l-trick'i s.n  -
���outh H chalna,  thonco west nu
north   HO chains   tbence en**, no  ���
ol commencement, containing W*' ��
DiteU December 6th, 1W7.    'WJJ-J'*
"pan r_
I ���..::��� ���
��� The Daily Canadian
U cai     H��iiie on FROG LEGS every day.
Wc- furnish the
eel,   Po_k,
  Mutton  and Veal
Hams- Bacon and Lard
With all varieties of
*esh and Smoked Fish
iii the market
eat of Finest yuality iu glass and wood.
P. Burns & Co.,
���lo, Rosdand     lN't_l_SQlN, B. G-
Marr-age   of   Count   Szechenyi   to   Miss
Gladys Vanderbilt Solemnized
���Gorgeous  Displays.
The Nelson Brewing Co'y, Ltd
laon taxed Mstrlst in-ni. i,.: ��.-, k ma
r.k.a notloa th*��J.r*<i. i .-_:..... .1,-, ����. i.t  i..r
a nolle, laa*} _,
i. Tanner, of N.'-.n.
Uufr, iDWBda la S|.|.I*  '���"   I",
H, Ik* lOllOWlBS ala-.ra'.l"
��� HUM   ��fisW��l    	
Uaoscmk. m��n-a   >	
as, iMtm �� ��� I."'""   -'
la a ram aira-aliaan
H-tklattM amatol <.....
sens, swot* or laaa
l��� pur-
inlla*.  a'a.l "il
a   au ea.la.-rly
tlt..  tlaa-aaa-e ��0
 __i-ua-e��, a-halna
Kaai.ai. k   lain, Ta-.tt.
F. J. SAnaaasa. ARaiil
Haoa IMSIQ. Dtatolci.   IH.I ll- I ..I Wa.l K,n,aalia>
Tako aotla. that Fre.l J    -auam..u>. win
.K   aallaid, of l-ro��*i..r. .
uatfatoaralr IW i***a��..-'
Ion to purchase Lhe
OonUBMttlnx at a
    t-aniol VS'ils-m creek.
i��*ooaaouUwaat*t * i,.-,n,     to- ie ���  ti..-:i,-.*..-t . ���
latna.Uiattaanorthci.    .'������������.>-...- 1,1. u. ���*. -,..i*h
tat iaiebaliaatotlM lhe i-��.inl ol .'"iiiiiH-ii'tMiu-i.l
>ntaintnc����acrea,iu ,s   ������ i, -*���
iMt��d Mov.at-tb. ivi
XmCtOttA-.u  ,V--.i.aiu*"S  MAt.t.ABl',
Agent Y   J    -lAM.o.si.
Dlainct of West Kooteuay
idson, timber cruiser,
row Lake, on Mosijuito Creek) and 'XI chains ",r��
links south of tbe S W. C. of said lot, ninn't.-x
Ihence weet Nl chains, thenee soutii 00 chalni,
theuce eaat **-��� ��� chains, thence north HO chalus lo
place of commencement, coutalniuK Mo acies,
more or leaa.
Chaki.eh ������! -vi -I,    ; ;.
Aiient   for   Hugo Carstcnu.
Hate*' a December 1907.
Nelson Land Dt'lrlci.   tn-Urict ol West Kootenay.
'lake notice that Una Bei**inau. ot Alton*.
Man , occupation wife ot 0. Bergman, farmer,
Altoua, Man , liiu.nds-. u> apply for permitaalon to
purcUnse the foilowiug dWOnoad laou :
COBUtenCains at a tni��t plauled at lhe N Y. (.'.
"t n ni.-., ' nr :- -..~ application to pun hase and
running thence weat HO chalUh tbeuce north HO
chalna, theuce eaat 40 chains, thence ������iih H
chains th i,nc. thence east 40 c aim, hence
south 71 chaius 7ft Iinka lo polut oi ���'iii.-ience-
nii'iii. couiMiuiug t->~. aom more or leaa.
Ageut   for   una   Bergman.
Dated 23 Decemb*.r 1907.
Nelaon Land Diatrict    DUtrlctof Weat K.oot**nay.
lake nollee* It at I.evl',eorge l_yne, of Needle**,
B. t;., occupation rancher, intend** to apply for
!-������ n,.-- .. r. Ui purch-ase the lollowlng described.
;���'.'.- Commencing at a poat pl-mted aoo'il 15
enalna west of Whatahan creek and 90 '-i' chain*
rouib ol the souihwesl corner ol lxit No- B.V1H
running thence north HO chains, thence west HO
chains, thence south U ! -'��� cbalus, thence e-aat
22 *���*- chains, theuce south 01 -I, ehatus, thoncc
���" ir.' chains eant in point of commencement,
coUUtmug -HI a, re��. now surveT-d as lot HlHo
Dated hih Jauuary, 19��H. Levi 'iiottOK Payse
titu _	
chains; ihenceaouth 40
iimn* to p. i.,". of eom-
Inlng '-I'1 acn a mora or le****
^^^ llubt
and timber limit No
from confluence ol  -si  t'orn
tenay rivar;   tbence north  to  |
_______________% wo -*- -���*���
halna; lbeaoe eaai n-'
wooeaaent.eo_utu: ���..-   	
���aid land adjoin*  UiuU-r   Umii   .No  7   ou  Ll.
" "~lb��r limit   >o  i**. *,u ibe south, as lo*
l>lstncl of Goat
| by ma    __
caiod Noreml-c-
^Hn��*i^brF��trlckr Hhine
a_-.t-r-ad and eigne i
jTiLiiAMA   llVlMtOM, Locator
ny the wlthip named
West Kootenay   -Laud  DLstnet.
1   Klver.
Take notice thai I, George A. Hunt, of K;'.
c-hener, occupation ' ��� inner man, inlend to
apply for peimtr-ilo to purchase the
lolluwiug .!���-,;:;..: iat I: Coin id end ng at a
I",-' planieitabout 4U cl a Ua, wesl of ThumjiMiu
marked jV W. corner, l. * uce auu in JO 'At ehaint-
theuce eaat 44 67 cliAlus, thence nortu ,,i.i ���
chain-;, theuce weet along B. C. Southern kail-
way to place ol r-.immt-ncein-.nt, containing nj|
Declared ana ngnc., .,, .... 	
i. Hudaon  On  tb*'**'-".,i <-*��>'  '>���   Ni-venU^r. A    n
MOT,   Oatore aM at  bpokane.   Spokane    ' ^.usi.
-���hln_toe-,eaeof the V lOWl *UUi of America.
-Uated January tth, !W**i.
i.r.uKna U   Ht NT.
lor perm
Bribed '-
kcu   Dlainci ot West Itooleuay
llaabella lM*.rce,   f Htraasburil.
 ^^^^^landa  to apply
^^M purchase   tbe   'ollowlni*   dea-
*******-*-*--- ********* s*t *, pust plauled at
eaat ear
laa, loth
follovtns l
diracUoD1��> c
Motion with tekM
<-**_ns^:'''''"":'" '""���""'"''!-"'-!:'
l^M.lollowUS asati-rl*    >'
2*T2.i *, ��,maaaa��m.   :
���.   Lot   So.   61B.'
r le... le U�� aaa.rlia-
'limit   Nai. lull. Ifcsssa
waat J" a'taallie. m.ara- ���r
Wlaaualaau   late,  Uiajnai-
aaaaallaa-rU   aii.a   ��a��lfrl>'
Baa.raj a.r   lata  IOt*M Ut��
ahani. It ,-haiia��.   laiora* or
ualary  a,l Lcl ��l��a laa
IKstr.clof Weat Kooteuay
Alexander    J     -**1!'0"1*, "J
lurk, intenda to appt>
"V*���** ^JZ*l*Z~iLt*~'u.>xi-h���*>���*���   the   billow W.K    'I"-
tor pernil^* J��_.,-,'  .. ",K --i a o->i planted on
��**lft____?n      a.      .oh    t   '-outnern   Kail
��**__ft__J_ll*  -la'.it   -nc   '^"',   **   tlHi'   in",-V
Hoiaoa Land Dlatrb *
Take aottea tbat
- ^^>, K^0., odenpaiion
Keiaon _a*��Pt��i     :    i-.m
nake notiee thu   i   p  ��� um,:..
for J.H Bntdan   ���     i-.-wi -u    s   --
naaenbme, Unvnti** ;.- ��].\.:\  f,,t  (-i tmi*.-...h
parcbaae tkn Inll".. im: .I.--. ��� i'..-i  Un.it-    - .m
aaonclng at a |W*t t*"i><- -i .-n in-   .n-i-Hv **!,.n,
���of Arrow-lake aud ai.oui in t hani�� norih ��,i w,.
U.K. oorner ol loi ��*nu. ibeuce ertM .-o chains
���hMM ���Ortb Metis in*.,   iii..rii>i  lt-��,   tothelnkt
teriy alonj) ine
���ahoie, tbenoe Bout b
to tbe point ol cut i      ...
���o acrea, mom er Usi.        	
fcated Norember i.ith. is,;   j��mK_h itrnngs
*��� p   in e.i.i
"Metaon Land Din ���
���fasti? notice
Vaenle, Brltian
tot,    iBtnnda
F. P     lillRDK.*-,  Agclll.
District ol West KoOlcnaV
John   Jamos   Camer.,n,   of
olambla. -.i-iM.paiinn oontrac
lor     permlsaion
^SSlLHSKt 8SKtnortb ��
*i,  ,,l ���    hlol-wav  la, Hie point
Jn,,' .a.ri....u,��,u���iK MO aoraa, mora.
nds lo apply ���"���" permission lo
tbe following desTlbetl land: Com-
at a post planted on the sonthrrn
*yjt  Um*   H:  .'.   Houthern   right ol-way
__Bu weetarl*r from ibn^.w oorner
���*��� ��� -*��    ���"-,.11. Ail
Notloa is hereby given that the Kin-
ney-Mliler Cedar Compauy. nn extra provincial company duly registered, as
buch, and authorized to carry on business within the province of Hritish Columbia, nnd having Its head office at
Creston, iu the said province, manufacturers, have by deed of assignment,
dated the 14th day of December, 1907,
assigned all its personal properly, real
estate, credits, and effects, which may
be seized and sold under execution to
me, Charles O. Hodgers, of Creston,
I-tritish Columbia, lumber manufacturer,
for thfl general benefit of its creditors.
A meeting of lhe creditors will be
held at the olllce of K. M. Macdonald,
barrister-atlaw, corner Haker and Stanley streets, Nelson, 11. C, at the hour of
three o'clock in the afternoon on Tuesday, the 31st day of December, 11K��7, for
the giving of directions with reference
to ttu- disposal of the estate.
And further take notice that nil creditors are required on or before the Mil
day of December, 19CL to file with me.
the Ufllg&fle, full particulars of their
claims duly verified, and the nature of
thfl security, if any, held hy them.
And notion is hereby given that aft- i
the ~Mh day of December, 1907, 1 will
proceed to distribute the asseis amoni;si
the creditor! of whose debts or claims
I shnl! then have received notice and 1
will not be responsible for the assets.
or any part thereof, so distributed to
;uiv creditor Of whose debt or claim I
shall not  then bave received notice.
Dated nt Creston, B. C, this Mth day
of December.  1907.
New York, Jan. 27.���The marriage
ceremony uniting Miss Gladys Vanderbilt and Count Laszlo Szechenyi of
Hungary was performed a few minutes
past noon today at the home of the
brides mother, Mrs, Cornelius Vanderbilt, corner of Fifth avtnue and
Fifty -eighth street, As upon previous
occasions when American heiresses
have bestowed themselves Upon tilled
foreigners, the ceremony was witnessed
by that select and exclusive body
known  as ' society."
The Vanderbilt mansion was guarded
by a large number of police officers,
specially detailed to hold in check the
immense crowd of curious sped a tors
who thronged the sidewalks and occupied the. doorways and other p-otnls of
vantage opposite the Fifty-eighth street
entrance to the Vanderbilt home. There
was nothing to reward the patience of
the crowd until half or three-quarters
of an hour before the time fixed for
the ceremony. One of the first carriages to arrive contained Monsignor
M. J. Lavelle, who was accompanied by
two priests from St. Patrick's Cathedral and a lay brother carrying a suit
Case which contained the episcopal
vestments. Then iu rapid succession
rode up the handsome equipages with
the invited guests. The crowd at this
time began to swell and the police, in
charge of precinct commanders, kept
ih.* spectators moving, none being permitted to loiter in front of the house.
Every arrival at the house was eagerly scanned by the crowd, but little
could be seen of any of the costumes
by outsiders, owing to the awnings,
which were closed the entire length of
the curbs, and which prevented ihe
gttSSta being seen on alighting from
their carriages. The crowd, however,
overcome by its desire to catch at least
a glimpse of some of the imrticipants
surrounded the carriages which were
in line, many women scrambling aud
jostling against each other in their
eagerness to see the occupants.
At a quarter to twelve, the guests,
probably two hundred in all, assembled
in the handsome drawing room. At oue
end of the room stood the altar in
white and gold, the scores of tall lighted candles in golden stands reilecting
with gorgeous effect upon the golden
The spacious drawing-room was converted Into a veritable conservatory of
rare plant- and blossoms. On and about
the altar were tall golden stands filled
with clusters of long-stemmed Easter
lilies and Ulies of the valley in bewildering confusion. Pink and white predominated  in  the  decorations.
Promptly on tbe stroke of twelve
Mgr, Lavelle and his assistants entered the room and took up ihelr positions on the right and left of the altar.
at the south end of ihe drawing-room.
A moment later the two choirs from
St. Patrick's Cathedral began to sing
the wedding chorus from Gaul's cantata "Huth," and the bridal party were
heard descending the stairs. The singers were accompanied on the piano by
.Mr. James C. I'ngerer. organist and musical director of the Cathedral.
The bride entered the wedding parlor
on the arm of her brother, Alfred
Gynne Vanderbilt. Next came the
bride's mother escorted by Count
Dionys   Szechenyi.     Other  members   of
the family group were Count Stepban
Szechenyi, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Vanderbilt, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Payne
Whitney, Preceding the bride were her
attendants, Miss Kuth V. Twonibly and
Miss Dorothy Whitney, with little Miss
Flora  Whitney  acting as flower girl.
Awaiting the bride at tbe altar were
tiie bridegroom and hiB best man.
Count Anion Sii"gay. The bride and
bridegroom, surrounded by their attendants and relatives, stood In front of
the altar and Mgr. Lavelle advanced to
meet them. All being in readiness, the
couple knelt upon the velvet cushions
and the Monsignor proceeded with the
marriage ceremony of the Roman Catholic Church. The groom was given away
by his elder brother and the bride by
Alfred Vanderbilt. The ceremony occupied scarcely more than a quarter of
an hour and at its conclusion the couple
were warmly congratulated by the distinguished ecclesiastic. They at once
proceeded to a second parlor where
they received the congratulations of the
quests. Among these were Baron Hen-
gelmiiller, the Austrian ambassador,
and the various members of the Austrian  embassy  at  Washington.
In the reception-room a line of tall
South American tree ferns were arranged in front of all the windows. A number of these ferns were also used to
form a canopy, from which was suspended .1 bell of lilies of the valley, under
whleh the couple received the congratulations of the guests. The dining-
room, the foyer hall and the breakfast-
roim were all exquisitely decorated.
The bride's table, which was laid for
eighteen covers, was banked throughout its entire length with lillies of the
valjey pnd white orchids. The tables
of the guests were decorated with lillies of the valley and pink orchids.
During the breakfast Frankos orchestra played selections from Tschaikow-
sky's Russian Symphony and also
Wagner's "Siegfried" and "Tristan und
The wedding gown was an exquisite
creation of white satin trimmed with
point lace of almost fabulous cost. The
train *to the gow-nAvas five yards long,
and was fastened to the shoulders just
below the neckband. The satin of the
train was plaited in double box plaits,
and was edged with ehibroidery in
seed pearls and silver. The bridal veil
vtms fastened to the coiffure with a tiara
ni uniiiu" blossoms.    ~"""" ~ "^      ���>���*���.�� i���
���JThe beautiful lace
on the gQWH was made abroad from a
sp clai design. It is snid that the bride's
wedding gown nnd lingerie ***>���-, uf the
ceremony cost nearly $10,00-9,
No. 331.
or deslrauM iui transporting logs and
other minerals to the mills and plants
of the Company, and in transporting
the manufactured products of such
plants to the markets; to log and
drive streams; to construct and operate
To purchase, hold, sell, assign, transfer, mortgage, pledge or otherwise dispose of any bonds or other securities or
evidences of indebtedness created or
issued by any corporation or corporation, association or associations of the
State of Maine, or of any other state,
territory or country, and, while the
owner thereof, to exercise all the rights,
powers  and  privileges  of ownership:
To purchase, hold, sell, assign, transfer, mortgage, pledge or otherwise dispose of shares of capital stock of any
other corporation or corporations, association or associations of the State
of Maine, or of any other state, territory or country, and , while the owner
of such stock, to exercise all the rights,
powers and privileges of ownership, including the right io vote thereon:
To aid In any mnnnei any corporation
or association of which any bonds or
other securities or evidences of Indebtedness or stock are held by the corporation, and to do any acts or things designed to protect, preserve, improve or
enhance the value of any such bonds
or other securities or evidences of indebtedness or stock:
The business of the Company is from
time to time to do any one or more of
the acts and things herein set forth:
and it may conduct its business in other
States, territories and iiossessions of
the United States, in British Colembia,
and in foreign countries, and may have
one offlce or more than one office, and
keep the books of the Company outside
of the State of Maine, except as otherwise may be provided by law. and may
hold, purchase, mortgage, and convey
real or personal property, either in or
Out of the State of Maine.
All the powers of the corj>oration are
vested in the board of directors, who '
may make, alter, amend or repeal all
bylaws of the company, except such
by-laws as regulate or affect the election of directors and officers, and except when the change of a by-law or
exercise of a power is made by statute expressly dependent upon action by
or consent of the stockholder*.
Provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall he construed to authorise the corporation to transact business In any other state, territory, or
foreign country, contrary to the provisions of the laws of such state, territory or foreign country, and that nothing in these purposes shall be construed
to give the corporation any rights, powers or privileges not permitted by the
laws of the State of Maine to corporations organized under Section 6 of
Chapter 47 of the Revised Statutes of
the State of Maine, and the following
corporate purposes shall be exercised
only in states and jurisdictions other
than Maine, namely, the construction
and operation of railroads, or aiding in
the construction thereof, telegraph or
telephone yumpanies, and gas pr electrical companies, and such businesses
are to be carried on only in states and
Jurisdictions when and where permissible under the laws thertof.
We have for rent the office In the
Mara BSock over the Royal Bank, lately
occupied  by Mr. E. A. Crease.
I 'Ol* PUL.1^ PAR.
H. & M. BIRD
FOR  RENT���Offlce  on Haker St. 	
FOR SALE���Residential  Lots In city and suburbs.
Fire, Accident, Liability, Fidelity, aud    Life   Insurance   agents    for   the
strongest companies operating in Canada.
If yon want Good Land
MeDermid & McHardy
No. 310.
'COMPANIES   ACT.   1897."
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fa Uml John   HhlHi. of NudfsS) H <\,
rancher,   inti'tnl**   In Spply   to- Mr*
l*iir- ha-     thu lollowliiK    aSSCtlbed
in,-in" nn  Ht   i<   ii," i   i'i., ti I- I   nt   I in'
cornor   of   Lot  7KV8.   llielict*   -"**'   40
 nt39 "oniji Ht i I,hInr*.  tli-'iii'i-
Bpn<-t> north    J**-******************l|���
Auction Sale
Dent's New and Second
Hand Store
i, ,niai oontaln
it 40
^^^^^   point ���
tig 3ao ftOieSi more
>r. IW7 ..am ntutmvtt,
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bd Diilrlrt    Dlitrlct of Went Koott-imy
k nolle-' thai    -Mi k im   Mr'* ill.  of lln- �� 11V of
TiSeonpHtlon llrtiiiHii. inti-ii'l-. lo apply for
���Mini) I- I'liTi-im*.,'    i...   full..*,*, uik it- r.   ri'n-il
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JI|iS-*���-���' ������ thnt   Ilu- -Iiii". nl  Wlnnlpi f,
���PriipiisliMi   publl-hcr,   inl. n..i  in  t-pplv
���fr* Mpb-Mmi   to   pun hum. th.-   fi.lluwtni*   <1r
WSItiCniic   Ht   t   p-iM phui't'l   on    the   \vc**t
,____f ot L. 4m, 0.1, libout b milei from Ar-
Saturday, Jan. 20
At 2 p m. Sharp.
Granlteware, Tinware, White Enamel
ware. Parlor, Dlnlngroom Bedroom and
Kitchen Furniture, Cook Stoves, Heat-
era, and a large assortment of articles
too  numerous to mention.
thla  winter.    Sulphur  Springs  and  unexcelled  accommodations.     Rates  $2.50
per day  and up.
DE1NT <& CO.
Turner Beeton Block, 606 Vernon Street.
Correspondence invited and cheerful
ly  answered.
Call on or write
A.U. P. A.,V��ncouver
D P.A., Nelion
"COMPANIES   ACT,   1897."
I hereby certify that "The Kpotepay
Cednr Company" has this day been registered as an Extra-Provincial Company under the "Companies Act, 1897,"
to carry or effect all or any of the objects of the Company to which the legislative authority of the Legislature of
British Columbia extends, except the
construction and working of railways,
aud the business of insurance.
The head office of the Company is situate at Portland, Cumberland County,
The amount of the capital of the
Company is one million seven hundred
nnd fifty thousand dollars, divided into
seventeen thousand five huudred shares
of oue hundred dollars each.
The  head   office of  the   company   in
this  Province is situate at Nelson, and
R.   S.    Lennie,   barrister-at-law,    whose
address is Nelson, B* C, Ib the attorney
for the Company, not empowered to issue and transfer stock.
The Company is limited.
Given under my hand and seal of office  at Victoria,   Province    of    British
Columbia, this eleventh day of January,
one thousand nlue hundred and eight.
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The  objects for which   this     Company has*_ been established and registered are: ���
To acquire, hold, improve, lease and
sell timber, farming, grazing, mineral
and other lands, and the products thereof; to mine or otherwise extract or remove coal, om, stone and other minerals mod Umber from any land owned,
leased or occupied by the OOtnpany, or
from any other lands; to buy, build.
construct, maintain and onerale plants
and works for the dev ipment of
such lauds, and for the handling, preparing and tendering commercially
available of the v -rlous products thereof; and to buy, or sell or otherwise to
deal or to traffic in wood, timber, lumber, coal, stone, ores and other material, and any of the products thereof,
and any article consisting, or partly
consisting, thereof.
To engage in trade and maintain
To buy, build, hold and lease or sell
all kinds of houses and buildings, and
the lunds on which the same may be located; to buy, own and hold, with a
view to its improvement and sale, any
kind  of real estate.
To breed, raise and deal in cattle
nnd live stock of all kinds; aud to manufacture, buy, sell and otherwise deal
in   all   kinds of  dairy   products.
To construct docks. Blips, bridges, machinery, ships, boats, engines, cars and
other equipment, elevators, water
works, gas works, electric works, viaducts, aqueducts and other water-ways,
and to sell the same, or otherwise to dispose thereof, or to maintain and operate the same; to construct and to maintain aud operate all trams, railroads,
spuds, switches, locomotives, cars,
trains and equipment for the purposes
of the Company only, and not as a
common carrier, that may be necessary
T.emont House
KnroteaO anil Amerio**.n Plain
Me���il 8' ctl.    Koomi from X Cti. to 1*.
only White Heip Smplored
Batter St.. Nelion Proprietor!
Haw, a*>m!aartab]e
Only tbe beal
ble quarters      Nelnon
n f Lii-nair* and \ Igari
Grand Central Hotel
Thoroughly renovated and refur
nlshed. Rooms 50 cents upward. The
dining room ls unexcelled In the city
House heated throughout with hot
J   A. BR1CKSON, Proprietor
Telephone. 250     Opposite Court Houb*
snd Posto-fice. Nelson. B. C.
Queen's Hotel
Baker Btreet, Nelion. B. V.
Lara*  n *-* **
(���-imf'.r"utile    Bedrooxni   aud   Kir**-
elasi Dlulng Room.
MRS.  E. C. CLARKE,  Proprietress.
Battlett   House
Best Dollar-a-Day House in Nelson.
Tbe Bar li the Kineot.
White  Help Only Kmplore**)
Joiepbine Bt.
Royal Hotel
mrh. wu.i.iAM rohkrts;
R.i'-m fl nnd |l.B0 a Ony
Special Bates to Hegultu Bcaideit-
I hereby certify that the "Palls Creek
Copper .Mining Company, Limited," has
this day been registered as an Extra-
Provincial Company under the "Companies Act, 1897," to carry out or effect al! or any of the objects of the
Company to which the legislative authority of the Legislature of British Columbia extends.
The head office of the Company is situate at tbe City of Spokane, State of
Washington,   U.  S.  A.
The amount of the capital of the
Company is one million five hundred
thousand dollars, divld d into one million five hundred th mid shares of
one   dollar each.
The head office of the Company in
this Province is situate at Nelson, nnd
Michael C. Monaghan, Miner, whose
address Ib the same, is the attorney
for the Company.
The time of the existence of this Company is fifty years from the 15th March,
The Company is specially limited under section 56 of the  above Act I
Given under my hand and seal of office at Victoria. Province of BritiBh Columbia,   this   15th  day     of    May,     one
thousand nine hundred  and seven.
[L.S.] S. Y.  WOOTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The objects for which the Company
has been established and registered are
restricted to acquiring, managing, developing, working and selling mines, min
eral claims and mining properties, and
tiie winning, getting, treating, refining
and marketing of mineral therefrom
and   are*: ���
(1.) To obtain .by purchase, lease,
hire, discovery, location or otherwise,
and hold within the Province of British Columbia utine-a, mineral claims,
mineral leases, prospects, mining lands
and mining rights of every description,
and to work, develop, operate and turn
tho same to account, and to sell or
otherwise dispose of the sum ��� or any
of them, or any interest therein:
(2.) To dig for, raise, crush, wash,
smelt, assay, analyze, reduce, amalgamate and otherwise treat gold, silver,
copper, lead ores or deposits and other
minerals and metallic substances and
compounds of all kinds, whether belonging to the Company or not, and to render tl)e same-merchantable, and to buy.
sell and deal in the same, or any of
(3.) To carry on the business of a
mining, smelting, milling and refinlim
company in all or any ok Its branches:
(4.) To acquire by purchase, lease,
hire, exchange or otherwise, such timber landp or leases, timber claims,
licences to cut timber, surface rights
aud rights-of-way, water rights and privileges, mills, factories, furnaces,
for smelt f.ng and treating ores
and refining metals, buildings, machinery, plant, and other real or personal
property as may be necessary for or
conducive to the proper carrying out
of  the  objects  of the Company:
(5.) To    constuct,     maintain,    alter,
make,  vork and  operate on   the   property   of  the   Company, or  on   property
controlled by the Company, any canals,
trails,  roads,  ways, tramways, bridges,
aud reservoirs, dams, flumes, race and
other     ways,   water-course,   aqueducts,
wells,   wharves,   piers,     furnaces,   sawmills, crushing works, smelting works,
concentrating works,     hydraulic works,
electrical  works and  appliances,  warehouses,    buildingB,    machinery,    plant.
stores,   and   other   works   and   conveniences   which   may  seem   conducive  to
any   of   the  objpects   of   the  Company,
and. with the consent of the shareholders In general meeting, to contribute to,
subsidise or otherwise old or take part
In any such operations though constructed and maintained by any other eompnny or persona outside of the property
ef the Company, and to buy. sell, manufacture aud deal ln alt kinds of goods,
Btores, implements, provisions, chattels
and effects required by the Company
or its workmen and servants:
(6.) To build, acquire, own, charter,
navigate and use steam and other vessels tor the purpose of the Company:
(7.) To take, acquire, and hold an the
consideration for ores, metals or minerals sold or otherwise disposed of, or
for goods supplied or for work done
by contract or otherwise, shares, debentures, bonds or other securities of or in
any other company the objects of which
are restricted as herein aforesaid, and
to sell or otherwise    dispose    of    the
(8.) To enter into any agreement for
sharing profits, union of interests or cooperation with any other person or company carrying on or about to carry on
any business or transaction which a
company specially limited under section
56 of the "Companies Act, 1897,"of British Columbia, is authorised to carry on:
(9.) To purchase or otherwise acquire
and undertake all or any of the assets,
business, property, privileges, contracts,
rights, obligations and liabilities of any
person or company carrying on any
part of the business which a company
specially limited under Section 56 of
the "Companies Act, 1897." of British
Columbia, is authorised to carry on, or
possessed of property suitable for the
purposes thereof:
(10.) To borrow or raise money for
the purpose of the Company, but so
that the amount so borrowed or raised
shall not, without the sanction of a
general meeting of the Company, exceed one-quarter of the amount of the
paid-up capital for the time
being, and for the purpose of
securing such money and interest or for
any other purpose to mortgage or
I charge the undertaking or all or any.
part of the property of the Company,
present or after acquired, and to create,
issue, make.draw, accept and negotiate
perpetual or redeemable debentures or
debenture stoqk, promissory notes, bills
of exchange, bills of lading, warrants,
obligations, and other negotiable and
transferable instruments:
(11.) To distribute any of the property of the Company among the members
In specie:
12.) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, lease, mortgage, dispose of, turn to account or o'herwise
deal with the undertaking or the whole
or any part of the property and rights
of the Company, with power to accept
as the consideration any shares, stocks
or obligations of any compauy the objects of which are restricted under
Section 56 of the "Companies Act,
1S97," of Hritish  Columbia:
(IS.) To do all such other things ns
are Incidental or conducive to the at-
talnment of the foregoing objects.
A. 11. Can. Soc. C. B.
Mining Worn s Specialty.
Office:   Room   10,   K.-W.-C.  Blk.    P.   O.
Box     434.
Baker St., Nelson, B. C.
SAMUEL  A.   W-*-_i
All Kinds of Heating Plants In Stock.
Victoria St.. Nr. Ooars Houss.     Tsl. 111.
V-V.   O.    GILLETT
Contrnotor  and
Bu llU-ar*.
Role agent for the Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ltd.,
retfl.lt ynnlf* RmiKhunil dre*-s-.��>.l lumber, turned
work and brackets, Coant lath and -lunijli-n, r-arth
and doom. Ceuient, brick and lime for t*\o
Automatic giiudor.
Yard and factor**-: Vernon St.. out ot Hall**
V   O. Box 232 Te.* phon* lit Tne Oaily Canadian
tu 00.
$ 3.00.
Ball Clock, 6 ft- high, $28.00 for	
Hall Clock, 6 ft- high. $26.00 for	
Mission Clock. 14tn.��liigh. $6.00. Inr.   	
Tlaa   above Btrlke hours on cathedral gonss.
B    ��� : and   Mar:-;,   Clocks, 29 In. high.....  .... ..... .$18.00 and $20 00
Fin,   P ��� otrii-  I...H        *''    **���'���������"��� tin-bit. $1,1.00.    These ara  a few of the
bargains.   Oom,   In and wa- will tell  you about the rest.
Watchmaker and Optician
manupac ILWINO
JEWbil-l-iiK-  ������
Bargains in all lines
of Dry Good:;, Millinery   and   Ladies'
Sec Us
For Good Fruit Land
io Acre Blocks to Soo
Acre Blocks.
Bedrock Prices.
Easy Terms.
H. E. Ooadsdaik & <��
Next Door to Bunk of Commerce.
$ J-.50 to $10.00.
Waicom*  Nugget Smoking
Queen Cigar Store
BUSH  4  MATT HEW,  Props.
We have just received <i shipment of Heinz Goods in following line.
14-oz.  Bottle   Bour   Mixed   Pickles
14-oz. Bottls Sweet Mixed  Plalcles.
14*oz. llottle Gherkins Pickles.
Pint Bottle Ketchup.
Telephone 1HI
'****-  J
i^. ,r      \ er���ain and Wura,   gtl'a.f
IN   i.S   �� >'..    B- t:,
F. P. Burden, Nal us ,; P. F Win,
nipeg; G ��� a ler, R Sti wart, Vancouver
Q   )���'   Dlpp M   P.eannon, Mar*
rllan,   Wis.;   N.   L.   Humphries,   Reits*
vllle;   A   D.  Westby,  Minneapolis.
, '      H"TEt
^' -A&   -Vr">b
���Jeaas**^   '.
Corner of Stanley  and Victoria   Sts-
Two Blocks from Depot.
J.   Dutchan.  Victoria;   J. Rodger.-.   A
.Murray.  Winnipeg.
.1. U ��� Vmir; J. P.
];���:...;..- v ���-_...���:   R. R.
Darner, High River; \V. Clifford, Kaalo*;
v.   F  Johnston   T. ii. Larmer, Bon_i__-
ton;  C. P.  Button, New  York.
MT. i [ai     jr. North port;  E.   Farr. Kaalo
B,   W S tokane;   Stertner, Revel*
V.   .1.   Hamilton,   R.  Beterhart,   Medicine Ha-;   W. Munro. Kaslo.
R   Taylor. Dundee, Scotland; W. -____
Boundary;   G. Nicholls,  Glasgow.  Boot-
E, Broolnnan, C. Sin                  an; .T.
Anyone having b good  farm for sale
In We
by  wrl .    and
Buyers     Co Operative
Company.   Ml
NICKERSON. the Jeweiery Manufactur-
e-'s Acient will sell you goo-da from sam-
plea ar 26 per cent. less than regular
prices direct from the factories, in S
days from order. Everything in the
Une.    Order now.
rANTEE ��� - -. to wrife
Inanrance   on  all   kind**  ���������      - *    -      -
Rgaitti-i ������������*.���<., iron, nuv canst   Brl   -:���. -Lm***rie��ii
J IV ������   Bt-w >.     Al ��� I|-'.';v.-r     B     '        IT
v\  .i  Walker, Bame Hotel  N- In >n
\f ���*��� **TE0 ���   K-r'.iiu'l floor
preferred     Bo:      .- I ti    ��� ,n
c '- 	
- ''i'i1':       '   Duitt*- oorner Vernoo _nd
location     Ad-ru*-*
h   Dal y < Kii-tiiiHii
Boy Now
We have a Good Selection of
Cheap House*, from $750 to
$ J 5*00. Let us show you
them. Some extra snaps for
ic vestment or for a home.
W, have the necessities and many luxuries.    Tin* do.ll     ������.      .    bene-
licial when good soap is used,
The oonditlon uf the teeth dei    up        good dentifrice.
We can supply aou with the list   ol   Toilet   Water,   Tooth    Powders,
Sponges, Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, etc Boaps,  Tollel   Water,  Perfumery,
Canada Drug & Book Co'y, Ltd.
A   grand   masquerade   ball is announced by tiie management of the roHerrlnte
for Friday night, and il ts prontfaad that
ame attention will be paid to the
genera] convenience and  enjoymenl  of
as   have   marked  other   dames
I bis .season.
Metals  and   Stocks.
The opening of 'lie week on the metal
and si io- markets is marked by a general advance. Bllver has gained three
points over Saturday's New York quotation, and lead is two points above the
lasi London quotation, Friday's. Among
ihe copper stocks, Dominion Copper is
th- most interesting at present, bavins
nearly doubled in value since Saturday.
20.000 Club.
Th. annual general meettng of ihe
20.000 club will be held, a--, called for by
Th. constitution. In tin** club's office tomorrow, Tuesday night, at 8 o'clock. On
the result of this meeting the future of
thi club depends, li there be the same
display .of public apathy that hampered
the club's efforts during alt last year,
11 Ls extremely unlikely thai the efforts
of a few to benefit all will be continued.
Y.  P.  S.
The Voting People's Society in con-
��� ��� c Ion with St. Paul's Presbyt1 nan
church, iy giving a "City" social tomorrow evening in the church hall, beginning at 8 o'clock, and expert a large
crowd to be present. All members and
friends are requested to come wearing
ims to represent a city of any
country. Refreshments will be served
and there will be a musical programme.
Council Meeting.
The  second   regular  meeting   of   the
uincil will be held in the ci-fcy hn'.)
tonight at 8 o'clock. Three Importanl
reports will be presented, from the finance committee, from the fire, water
and light committee In regard to the
Canada Zinc company's application for
��� ��� -mission tn run a transmission line
.through the city to their plant, and from
tht special committee appointed to con-
���'������r w th Uu representatives of the AUis-
ChalmersBuliock company.
Newspaper Company  Incorporated.
"The Empire Priming Co., Limited,"
Prince Rupert, has been incorporated.
with a capital stock of twenty-flve thou-
and dollars, divided into two thousand
five hundred shares of ten dollars eaeh.
The objects of the company are to take
over the newspaper known as "The Empire," published at Prince Ruper*. and
the whole of the printing and publishing business now carried on by John
Houston, and to carry on the business
of newspaper publication, etc.
Bruce White  Home.
Bruce White has returned from a trip
to Queen Charlotte Islands. While at
Prine Rupert he visited John Houston's
!���rinting establishment and found the
former mayor of Nelson contented and
���' rous. Mr. White expresses some
; nbts a.*- to Prince Rupert becoming a
city, and inclines to the belief that Kiti
mat will become a place of considerable
Importance. At Pri: ��� Rupert it was
ratnlag all the time be was there, bul
���i> Citimal it was dry an '-racing anil
just about as much snow ac _ now on
the ground in   Nelson.
Narrow  Escape.
A Chinaman, employed as cook at the
residence of B. A. Isaac, Vernon street,
was almost burned to death this morn-
ins His clothing caught fire from the
Ohen range and before assistance
reached him his face and hands were
in a terrible condition. The Chinaman
cleaned his clothes recently with ben
zine, which is a most inflammable
iiquid. Chief Deasy was called to the
residence by telephone, and found thai
re bad communicated with the walls
and floor of the kitchen. The damage
to the residence will amount to abour
I I Dr. Rose examined the injured
Chinaman and ordered his immediate
removal to the hospital.
Choral  Society.
Among other interesting fixtures tor
February an importanl place should be
given to the grand concent promised by
the Nelson Choral society for .Monday.
February 17th. The society, under the
able leadership of H. S. Boduier. has
been devoting much attention to the
r�� ndertng of the chorus wuik from
si's dramatic oratorio "Samson."
A numb'T of these choruses are to be
ung, and with a miscellaneous selec
_on 'it" songs and  Instrumental pieces
tlu y will make uo a flrsi class program
During recent years the society has
given remarkably efficient renderings ol
Alice Roller Rink
The proprietor will have aaii hand 81,11
able costume,,. Those wishing Ihem can
apply at the rink. lie. tosh men ts will
be served In the banquet hall. Music
will   I.e   the   best
The   Event   of   the   Season.
Four reasons wh) ."n btudnees haa*
doubled within twti years. Ya.ur or-
ala'ts solicited and entire satisfaction
C. A. Benedict
Corner Silica  and Josephine Sts.
       PHONE   7
Whole-sale .ud   t_. :,,',   PtalSfl tu
Fresh and Salted Meats
Damps supplied on shortest notloe and
lowoHt price. Nothing but   fresh and
wholesome meats aud suppler, kept m stock
V.Hil orders receive careful ntteution.
E.   C.  TRAVES    Manage-.
Passe Partout
Ccmplete   with   Glass   and   Mat���Passe-
Partouted   and   Ready   to   Hang dp.
We have just opened up an exceptionally bright line of Paase-Partont picture.*..
They consist of "���Life" humorous
pictures in Black and White and in Color. Toasts, and Quotations from Favor-
Ite  authors;   beautifully   illumined.
Prices  are  25c,  35c   and   60  c  each.
To see them ls to buy. You can't resist them.
See them  in our window.
W. G. Thomson
V^Sit* and    Nelson, B. C.
Phon* *a*��.
SETS    FOR   A    FEW   DAYS.
From $10 to $25.
Old Curiosity Shop
In the mailer - an applia'atinn Inr ,he laailP aaf
a .luj.li.Hta* ,,( the I'erllna'.te nl Title to Lota
I..-,. anal r., Blaatk 6, Nelaaan i Ut, aulxlirlainn ol
j.arl ol I...   1- .   ,   . .[..     LHatrla:, of Kamlena.
(Map 486,
Noli.'., i- h.'.-'M a-; va-a. llaal II 1.   my   Intention
taa laaua* al tha* aaxailrtatlam a,f one  -I. alter the
tir.t pnt,l!a.alloii hereof a dupLleateof theaJurtlQ-
- ate o; Title to tbe above mentioned lot. ,n tbe
taameof l-uttia* Rhode, aehlch Certificate la dated
-.ha- 16th dav ���f May. lay*J. and numbered 1897-k.
ljin.l KeKl.lry taltlee, ,**.]-���-.!.. H ' '. January
illh, 190*. H. f. Marl.Kill,.
I.I--.1   ' Kealatrar
I iayd.'ii's "rra-atiaxi," Cowen's "Kohi'
Maiden." and Bennett's ",May Queen"
The absence thiB year of distinguished
vocalists who a_histetl at thoae performances limits the extent of the oratorio
work at the coming event, but there Is
goo* promise of a first claas concert
Mi iiili'-rs are earnestly requested to attend practice this evenin*. In the Uap-
tlst church.
A. D. Westby, the well known lumberman uf Minneapolis, is at the Home.
Geo. Thurman came In from Bpofcftll*.
Saiuiday   evening,   after   a   week's   al>-
s.iiia' from tin- a-lty.
Arthur Perrter Is home from IiIr trip
ta, California.    Ha- went hb far Houth as
Los Angeles and was In Pasadena dui
(UK the  flower festival.
Alex. Fife and family returned Sat
utday evening from their old home iu
Kincardine, Out. Mr. Pife was greatly
surprised at the mildnMi of the eagtern
winter. The rivers are all open and
the people are driving ground In wagonn
and  buggies.
F. \V. Lning und wife came in Saturday evening and are renewing old acquaintances. Mrs. Laing has been Indisposed for some time and has been
visiting In (he southern slate-. Sha has
now fully recovered and with her hus-
luind will reside in future in Kevelutoke.
Prlcea of Metal..
New   Yaark, Jan. 27.--Silver, lif."^.
London, .Ian. 27.���Silver, 25-14(1 ; lead
IS 14,  12s��� Oil.
Opening   Copper  Quotations.
aN'ana    Yaark,  Jan.   27.   19118.
(By Ml-Dermtd &  Mcltardy.)
Asked Hid
Granby         $90.00        ISfi.no
Dominion <'opper ... .    .1.87'^        4.62>4
B. C. Copper     6.20 6.00
ed a
ri sin-el for a woiiian
ill,illation   for our
S1   I.II
In   ,1
w,    I,-.-1   ,,,-,.,1,1   ���f      v.; . ���f   "
the lll.ivi'lnaii,   the  i���. V*****s*
of   Watch   or   Cluck.   I,,.,������, ������
Id   li.'   ('..Ilsida-la-il       Ih,, __^__.
I'll I'   a-   Ilia'   III,,, Va la.  ,,,   , ._
.-ii'.n   and    linish      Tl,,      '   '. rOtaW
l��.   be  ,iplila-a-lat,-al.  L
j. j. walkbAIL
Jeweller  and  Optic.
Coal! Ice! Wood!
Phone 265
Kootenay  Ice,   Frost  and
Fuel Co.
N. E. co,. Baker   and   Ward   Sta.
Wrhoie��ai��   ProvUlon��i
Ifoveruiiieut Crwimerv One Pound  Htko��\9 ran-iv-xi w #>-**_lj f-*w,h ttt\%_ >
iharii     For ���_��� I��� v all ji-u'iiiii* Kroo-ttro
Oflic* und wttrfboane i HbO-tOO Hluek,    Pnone 7W,
Josephine Street. -        -        Nelson, B.C. ^*^
.Notice ip bareby ftveo that the un-
(l*-i sinned have submitted to thr Licu-
u-naiiM.u\ .-ruor iu-Counci: a proposal
und*-*!* tht? Rivers and Streams Act lor
the Clearing and removing obstructmins
from the l-uhamel Creek [otherwise
known aa Six-Mile Creekl in the Wa
trict of West Kootenay. Prprinoe ot
Hritish Columbia, and for miiKiii*; the
Kaid creek tit for raftiug and driving
thereon lops, timber and lumber, and
fur erecting and maintaining dams on
the said creek, and for const met iim j
and maintaining booms for holding
sorting and delivering logs and timber
thereon, and for attaching boom- '-n
Kootenay l>uke at the mouth of said
The lands to be affected by such work
are Lots 7h7, 7S8, "GUI. 77711. 4::H4. S411
and M13 all in Group One. KoartaO���3
District, and other lauds not Crown
granted, occupied  or improved.
The tolls proponed to be charged are
such as may be fixed by the Judge of
tbe County Court of West Kootenftjr,
Dated the _8th dav of October. 1!M*7
���_t&^*<'*<*1&{x<-t Jt
A   reciprocity     of    gmxl
wish ymi  a   Happy  ffem   i.
S*  1   you    wish    us   the   kuii
wish foi  homeiliiiii* > |
t b    opportunity of pn i
exoeptionaJ rsioee of our Heady-,
Suits and   Overcoats.    In niai*-"
style,   DI   and   finish   u.    u- ���
tl<n. and  our new stock  bi
nf the v ry  latest and nioi.' Ut
fabrics   and   designs      Y����u'll *
monej   will   buy  belter goods b
��� is'Where.
J. A. aiUKEJ
CAPITAL,   $25,000.00   in   25.000   shares
of (10.00 each.
MANAGER, Orozior  W. Bourke.
OFFICE, No. 322 Baker St.  (CroaBdaila
& Co.)
SEE the cement blockB displayed ln tin
Standard Furniture Co.'s window
APPLICATIONS for stock are Invltatl
PARTICULARS and iorr.18 of A|i|.lia:a
tlon may be obtained at tlie Company's omce, or from H. A. Stewart.
Solicitor. N"lson. H. C.
Geo.  P. Player
Office  Room  No.  2,  ELLIOT     BLOCK.
or J.
der ul
us tra
t Art!
= Ittawe
We would Iik,' t.i s.-e all ���ur iia,ronst*omfortabl^ this winter and It **slon 1
daa sa. wa* have in sttaa-k tt.,- best assorted   line of  ha-ating Btaiv.*_ am;   o ot t
stoves and   rang.-H  ever  la.*t..ra-  pra-senled to the juibllc in Kootenay      *on 11
Wa ��..,ild  !������   platted  lo show  you    our line and before makliac * -conati
chase kindly sea* what we have to offer. I   Bno
J. H. Ashdown Hardwat" ��
Company, Limited. Neiaon��
j won
_OB   ti
".to at
Ut. Jo
Pure and Cheap Froit!
We liaa.'   1   pounds of
whleh   ��.    will   sail   ut   ���   lian;uin
5 Ib. for 1.00.
Sp.fi.il  i>>,,'.,   tut  laiK'-r lots.   Oom,
In uud inquire.
F. CGREEH       tf. SBUKUtN        A. H.GREtN
C'tril Engineers, Dominion and British
Columbia Land Surveyors
P.O. Box I.S   Phon. 2*1 B.
Choqitftte Bros,
se oi
Phone 258.
THE   Up to Date  Baker.   I
NELSON,     -     B. C.
To Whom It May Concern:
Take notice that J. L. Warner ls naat
now aud bus not been since tlu- IMh
day uf November last employed by anil, any way connected with the Hradley
Engineering and Machinery Co. of
Spokane, Washington.
Alberta Cn-amiT*.   buna-,  in  :tlb., 7 lb.
and 11 Ib. bltai-ks at S17c per {found.
For Sal,   at
Joy's Cash Grocery
Cor. Josephine nnd Mills Sts
Pllberu, Ainxiiids. Wa    il
('hi'.stna.u,   App���    .'der.  Soft!
apples,  lialdwln  Appl..    '���;
Ki��s.   large   layer.   Calll
and   ala.a, .. <;n,|H'H.
A  large .. 'in. a,,   i,t   ! n,i
Wholesale and  retail price,   wet
",<1 th
ir gr.
' Fra
,r off.
S. H. Sean��
Phone 2(ia.
Real Estate Agent
115 Baker 6*-, Nelaon, B. C.
We  liavo   Htlll  a largo
meal uf hnstnti to chooo
Alan   a   few   odd   HlciMs    *vl
will  ���**��_   AT   C08T durlDl
We would  Ukc you  '" ('
InHpeci   our   Htock
Wood-Vallance Hardware 0\
Wholexa Ir
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